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Submitted by Kat Whatley on Wed, 4 Nov 2015, 1:11pm

This is the recording of the Jazz Profiles on Creative Music Studio. Founded in 1971 by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman, the Creative Music Foundation’s mission is to foster the keen awareness and focused practice of musical expression and interactions, and to support the understanding of music as a universal language by providing environments where musicians from different backgrounds and traditions share and explore together their personal musical interpretations. Special guests on the show were Steven Bernstein and Peter Apfelbaum.

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Submitted by Kat Whatley on Wed, 4 Nov 2015, 1:09pm

This is the recording of the Jazz Profiles on Creative Music Studio. Founded in 1971 by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman, the Creative Music Foundation’s mission is to foster the keen awareness and focused practice of musical expression and interactions, and to support the understanding of music as a universal language by providing environments where musicians from different backgrounds and traditions share and explore together their personal musical interpretations. Special guests on the show were Steven Bernstein and Peter Apfelbaum.

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Submitted by Kat Whatley on Wed, 4 Nov 2015, 1:08pm

This is the recording of the Jazz Profiles on Creative Music Studio. Founded in 1971 by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman, the Creative Music Foundation’s mission is to foster the keen awareness and focused practice of musical expression and interactions, and to support the understanding of music as a universal language by providing environments where musicians from different backgrounds and traditions share and explore together their personal musical interpretations.Special guests on the show were Steven Bernstein and Peter Apfelbaum.

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Submitted by Kat Whatley on Wed, 4 Nov 2015, 1:01pm

This is the recording of the Jazz Profiles on Creative Music Studio. Founded in 1971 by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman, the Creative Music Foundation’s mission is to foster the keen awareness and focused practice of musical expression and interactions, and to support the understanding of music as a universal language by providing environments where musicians from different backgrounds and traditions share and explore together their personal musical interpretations.

Special guests on the show were Steven Bernstein and Peter Apfelbaum.

Interview with Steve Cohn

Submitted by Chason Goldfinger on Thu, 19 Jun 2014, 9:35pm

A live interview with pianist and shakuhachi player Steve Cohn on the Musician's Show on WKCR from Wednesday, June 18th, 2014. Ever innovative, Steve has developed a unique style of improvisation over the course of his career, which has taken him across styles of jazz as well as across the world. Steve has played with the likes of Eddie Henderson, Sonny Simmons, and Reggie Workman, among many others, and has performed his own works at venues such as New York City's Miller Theatre, the Newport JVC Festival, The Great American Music Hall, and the World Shakuhachi Festival.

Musician's Show [part III]

Submitted by Dylan Kario on Sun, 9 Jun 2013, 10:40pm
Musician's Show with alto saxophonist Lars Haake, aired on November 28, 2012. Lars plays music from his latest album, In The Picture, shares songs dedicated to his friends, and discusses his musical influences. Hosted by Dylan Kario.

Musician's Show [part II]

Submitted by Dylan Kario on Sun, 9 Jun 2013, 10:37pm
Musician's Show with alto saxophonist Lars Haake, aired on November 28, 2012. Lars plays music from his latest album, In The Picture, shares songs dedicated to his friends, and discusses his musical influences. Hosted by Dylan Kario.

Musician's Show [part I]

Submitted by Dylan Kario on Sun, 9 Jun 2013, 10:36pm
Musician's Show with alto saxophonist Lars Haake, aired on November 28, 2012. Lars plays music from his latest album, In The Picture, shares songs dedicated to his friends, and discusses his musical influences. Hosted by Dylan Kario.

Improvisation (Part 2)

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 20 Jul 2012, 4:54pm
Ben Gerstein: trombone Gian Luigi Diana: laptop, live processing, Mike Pride: percussion Engineers: David Beal, Kevin Crowley A live improvisation in WKCR's studios from this burgeoning trio. Gerstein and Pride utilized the space of the studio, bowing and scraping objects around them, while Diana often sampled the two instrumentalists to create a bed of noise for their further ideas.

Improvisation (Part 1)

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 20 Jul 2012, 4:52pm
Ben Gerstein: trombone Gian Luigi Diana: laptop, live processing, Mike Pride: percussion Engineers: David Beal, Kevin Crowley A live improvisation in WKCR's studios from this burgeoning trio. Gerstein and Pride utilized the space of the studio, bowing and scraping objects around them, while Diana often sampled the two instrumentalists to create a bed of noise for their further ideas.

Interview

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Mon, 16 Jul 2012, 8:07pm
Darius Jones and Ben Gerstein sat down to discuss the piece, Music for "Cabin Fever," they recorded earlier in the evening. With Ben present as a knowledgeable and interested friend, the interview turned to the trio of records Darius has released as part of his mythical "Man'ish Boy" series.

Music for "Cabin Fever"

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Mon, 16 Jul 2012, 7:56pm
Darius Jones-alto saxophone Ben Gerstein-trombone David Grollman-percussion Engineer: Mark Micchelli On July 5th, 2012, saxophonist Darius Jones brought in a trio to perform this piece, originally composed for a dance performance and played by Jones and Gerstein as a duo.

Interview

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 6 Jul 2012, 7:13pm
Mike Pride stopped by on July 2, 2012 to play a solo drum set and discuss both this aspect of his career and his conceptual work "Drummer's Corpse", of which he's working to fund a recording via Kickstarter.

Solo Drum Piece #5

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 6 Jul 2012, 7:11pm
Mike Pride stopped by on July 2, 2012 to play a solo drum set and discuss both this aspect of his career and his conceptual work "Drummer's Corpse", of which he's working to fund a recording via Kickstarter.

Solo Drum Piece #4

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 6 Jul 2012, 7:11pm
Mike Pride stopped by on July 2, 2012 to play a solo drum set and discuss both this aspect of his career and his conceptual work "Drummer's Corpse", of which he's working to fund a recording via Kickstarter.

Solo Drum Piece #3

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 6 Jul 2012, 7:10pm
Mike Pride stopped by on July 2, 2012 to play a solo drum set and discuss both this aspect of his career and his conceptual work "Drummer's Corpse", of which he's working to fund a recording via Kickstarter.

Solo Drum Piece #2

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 6 Jul 2012, 7:09pm
Mike Pride stopped by on July 2, 2012 to play a solo drum set and discuss both this aspect of his career and his conceptual work "Drummer's Corpse", of which he's working to fund a recording via Kickstarter.

Solo Drum Piece #1

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Fri, 6 Jul 2012, 7:08pm
Mike Pride stopped by on July 2, 2012 to play a solo drum set and discuss both this aspect of his career and his conceptual work "Drummer's Corpse", of which he's working to fund a recording via Kickstarter.

Interview/Solo Improvisation

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Tue, 12 Jun 2012, 3:39pm
British saxophonist and bagpipe player visited WKCR's studios on the occasion of his quartet appearance June 11th, 2012 at Vision Festival XVII. This interview features five minutes of solo tenor saxophone improvisation about 40 minutes into the track. Hosted by Kevin Crowley June 12th, 2012

Interview

Submitted by Kevin "(the) Ma... on Sun, 10 Jun 2012, 7:46pm
Pianist Matthew Shipp came by Jazz Alternatives to discuss the release of his recent trio recording "Elastic Aspects." Interview incomplete, cuts off ~5 min. of conversation. Hosted by Kevin Crowley Feb. 17, 2012

Return to the East

Submitted by Mark Micchelli on Sat, 8 Oct 2011, 2:17pm
December 8, 1974 Recorded on "Jazz 'til Midnight" in Studio 3 The Charles Tyler Quintet is: Charles Tyler (as, bars) Earl Cross (tp) Ken Hutson (b) Steven Reid (d) Arthur Blythe (as, #2&5)

A Youngster's Eyes

Submitted by Mark Micchelli on Sat, 8 Oct 2011, 2:15pm
December 8, 1974 Recorded on "Jazz 'til Midnight" in Studio 3 The Charles Tyler Quintet is: Charles Tyler (as, bars) Earl Cross (tp) Ken Hutson (b) Steven Reid (d) Arthur Blythe (as, #2&5)

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