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The Jazz Session turns 17 today! I'm celebrating with an archival episode from back in my jazz radio days. I interviewed Les McCann in 2004 about his classic album Swiss Movement. Les passed away on December 29, 2023. I thought I'd commemorate his pa... more
Saxophonist Allison Au's new album is called Migrations. On it, she explores her family's history of migration, and by extension the plight of migrants everywhere. In this interview, Allison talks about the album's spoken word and sung elements; her ... more
Danish saxophonist Benjamin Koppel's new trio recording with Scott Colley and Brian Blade is called Perspective. In this interview, Benjamin talks about the special relationship between the band members; the band as a collective; his family's long hi... more
Nicky Schrire is such an insightful and knowledgeable interviewer, it’s obvious she puts her subjects at ease so they open up and share not just their wonderful music, but also their life stories and thoughts on what it means to be a creative artist in this very special music form. And then there’s the hundreds of amazing interviews by Jason Crane in the Jazz Session archives. I’ll be returning to this podcast for years to come.
Jazz is now. If you want to know what's happening, this is it.
Great podcast. more
Excellent insightful interviewing of talented artists. A goldmine of quality modern jazz recommendations. I’m losing sleep listening to the archives!
There is no better interviewer out there than Jason Crane. Do yourself a solid and listen to TJS and get lost in great conversations with amazing musicians.
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The Jazz Session launched 10 years ago and published 689 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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