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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Sun Ra, God is More than Love Can Ever Be (Cosmic Myth)
  2. While Mosaic by email promised to send me discs 5 and 6, I am still waiting.
  3. Dust to Digital New Releases

    That's the one I will likely order.
  4. The term field recording refers to an audio recording produced outside a studio. What makes a field recording special? Removing barriers to record, such as proximity to a studio and studio expense, and replacing them with an environment that is a normal setting for the performer in which he/she feels comfortable is essential for many artists. If not for taking recording devices to the performers, so much music we cherish would not exist. In addition to the musician, a key element to field recording is the person who engineers the recording. Dust-to-Digital has been fortunate to work with some of the very best: David Evans, Bruce Jackson, Alan Lomax, John Lomax, and Art Rosenbaum to name a few. This June we will present works made by two more legendary recordists: William Ferris and Hugh Tracey. Both men had similar paths to field recording — they just happened to be working 8,600 miles apart from each other. William Ferris was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi in 1942. He was raised on a working farm where he struck up relationships with many of the workers and began listening to their stories and songs. His desire to document the lives of the people around him was an organic evolution. He would use the audio recordings, photographs, and films he made as a young man throughout his career as a professor at Jackson State University, University of Mississippi, University of North Carolina, and Yale. We are excited to present these materials for the first time commercially in the 3CD + 1DVD box set Voices of Mississippi: Artists and Musicians Documented by William Ferris. The set includes a 120-page hardcover book. Hugh Tracey was born in Willand, United Kingdom in 1903. In the early 1920s, Tracey left Devonshire for southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) to become a tobacco farmer with his brother, who qualified for a land grant as a serviceman wounded in WWI. While working on the farm alongside Karanga fieldhands, he learned the Shona language and was exposed to Karanga work songs. This sparked his lifelong obsession with traditional African music which led to his beginning to make field recordings in the 1920s — a practice he continued through the 1970s. In 1954, Tracey founded the International Library of African Music, with whom we are excited to co-present Listen All Around: The Golden Age of Central and East African Music — two discs of recordings that Tracey made between 1950-1958. The discs are packaged in an 84-page hardcover book. We are currently accepting pre-orders for these two titles. Use the code 2018PREORDER before June 1st to receive a 10% discount: http://www.dust-digital.com/store/ Digital versions of these releases are also available for pre-order via our Bandcamp page. Thanks for your support!
  5. Guy Warren with the Red Saunders Orchestra, Africa Speaks, America Answers (Decca) Phineas Newborn, The Great Jazz Piano (Contemporary)
  6. Last night, the Brad Mehldau Trio at the University of Texas at Dallas. The first half of the concert, which seemed to consist of material from an impending release, was utterly boring. Why did I come to this? Then, in a complete shift, the group played a Sidney Bechet composition, which was quite gorgeous. The last two songs, which I gathered was older repertoire of the group, were actually pretty good. So in the end I hated/liked the concert.
  7. Riverside "The Compositions Of" Compilation LPs

    The linked discography is duplicative and incomplete. I was consulting The Riverside Book, a Japanese book which I bought at the Jazz Record Center.
  8. Riverside "The Compositions Of" Compilation LPs

    I have 8 LPs in the series. According to a Riverside discography, there are 16 in total, the last being Riverside 3519, Compositions of Irving Berlin.
  9. Dick Cary, Hot and Cool (Stereocraft) Eddie Bert, Like Cool (Somerset) Lalo Schifrin, Bossa Nova (Audiofidelity)
  10. April 20, 2018: Rachella Parks-Washington, Main Street Arts Festival, Fort Worth April 22, 2018: Nicole Mitchell, Jamire Williams, Freetime Freeflow Festival, McGregor Park, Houston April 22, 2018: Rahul Sharma (santoor) and Aditya Kalyanpur (tabla), Austin April 26, 2018: Sona Jobarteh, Sidi Toure, Festival Internationale de Louisiane, Lafayette Joe Louis Walker, Antone's, Austin April 27, 2018: Ron Carter Trio, Christian Scott, Sidi Toure, Calvin Johnson, Bobby Rush, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Joe Louis Walker, Big Beat Dallas, Irving Randy Brecker, Rachella Parks-Washington, Denton Arts and Jazz Festival Sona Jobarteh, Festival Internationale de Louisiane, Lafayette April 28, 2018: Charles Lloyd and the Marvels, Delfeayo Marsalis Presents the Uptown Jazz Orchestra, Butler Bernstein and the Hot 9, Trumpet Mafia, Sona Jobarteh and Band (Gambia), Aurora Nealand, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Conrad Herwig, Starr Theater, Fayetteville, Arkansas Rahul Sharma (santoor) and Aditya Kalyanpur (tabla), Houston Otis Taylor, Big Beat Dallas, Irving Sidi Toure, Jupiter and Okwess, Festival Internationale de Louisiane, Lafayette April 29, 2018: Kidd Jordan and the Improvisational Arts Quintet, Henry Butler Tribute to Jelly Roll Morton, Nicholas Payton, Kenny Neal with Henry Gray and Lazy Lester, Panorama Jazz Band, Tuba Skinny, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Jupiter and Okwess, Festival Internationale de Louisiane, Lafayette May 3, 2018: Archie Shepp Quartet, Jamil Sharif, Terrace Martin, Toronzo Cannon, Jeremy Davenport, Wendell Brunious, Tatiana Eva-Marie, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival May 4, 2018: Marcus Miller, Wessel Anderson, Jupiter and Okwess International (Congo), Little Freddie King, Lil Buck Sinegal, New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Brian Seeger's Organic Trio, Tatiana Eva-Marie, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival May 5, 2018: Sean Jones, Lurrie Bell, Jupiter and Okwess International, Louis Ford and His New Orleans Flairs, Astral Project, Blodie's Jazz Jam, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival May 6, 2018: Terence Blanchard featuring the E Collective, Leroy Jones, Buddy Guy, Mr. Sipp, Joe Dyson, Ellis Marsalis, Walter Wolfman Washington, Lakou Mizak (Haiti), Joe Lastie's New Orleans Sound, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Ganesh and Kumaresh (violins), Bates Recital Hall, Austin May 13, 2018: Vid. Sashank, Unity Church of Dallas Buddy Guy, Verizon Theater, Grand Prairie May 16, 2018: Buddy Guy, Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center, Midland May 17, 2018: Buddy Guy, Moody Theater, Austin May 18, 2018: Buddy Guy, Majestic Theater, San Antonio May 19, 2018: Debashish Bhattacharya (slide guitar), Nilan Chaudhuri (tabla), Allen Public Library June 8, 2018: Eric Gales, Rockefellers, Houston June 9, 2018: Eric Gales, Sam's Burger Joint, San Antonio June 10, 2018: Eric Gales, Antone's, Austin June 14, 2018: Eric Gales, Jazz in June, Norman, Oklahoma Bill FRisell Trio, Artosphere Festival, Fayetteville, Arkansas June 15, 2018: Eric Gales, The Shrine, Tulsa, Oklahoma June 20, 2018: Broken Shadows (Tim Berne, Dave King, Chris Speed, Reid Anderson), The North Door, Austin July 6, 2018: Eddie Turner, Tall City Blues Festival, Midland July 7, 2018: Kenny Neal, Vanessa Collier, Tall City Blues Festival, Midland July 14, 2018: Ronu Majhumdar (flute), Debojyoti Bose (sarod), Jones Hall, Houston September 8, 2018: Dilshad Skan (sarangi), Abhisek Lahiri (sarod), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library September 19, 2018: Fred Hersh, Trinity University, San Antonio September 20, 2018: Fred Hersh Trio, Fort Worth Public Library September 22, 2018: Divine Trio, Allen Public Library September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin Saturday, April 14, 2018, 8:00 p.m. Venue: Arts and Technology Lecture Hall Admission: $25 Season: 2017-18 Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau has recorded and performed extensively since the early 1990’s. Mehldau’s most consistent output over the years has taken place in the trio format. The concert will honor the memory of long-time supporter Brian Ellman and his love of Jazz. The Brad Mehldau Trio has just released a new album titled Seymour Reads the Constitution. A preview track for the album is available on YouTube.
  11. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Chucho Valdes, New Conceptions (Blue Note)
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Benny Golson and the Philadelphians (Blue Note)
  13. Jimmy Rushing, Rushing Lullabys (Columbia) Weather Report (Columbia)