Sinopse

The Legacy Jazz podcasts tell the stories behind our classic Jazz artists and albums.

Episódios

  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band 4

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band 4

    20/09/2014 Duração: 06min

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band – That’s It! 2CD Legacy Edition – in stores now from Legacy Recordings

  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band 3

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band 3

    14/09/2014 Duração: 06min

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band – That’s It! 2CD Legacy Edition – in stores now from Legacy Recordings

  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band 2

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band 2

    11/09/2014 Duração: 08min

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band – That’s It! 2CD Legacy Edition – in stores now from Legacy Recordings

  • Studio Rio Podcast 4

    Studio Rio Podcast 4

    08/07/2014 Duração: 04min
  • Studio Rio Podcast 2

    Studio Rio Podcast 2

    28/06/2014 Duração: 05min
  • Studio Rio – Podcast 1

    Studio Rio – Podcast 1

    23/06/2014 Duração: 05min

    First of four podcasts behind the making of Studio Rio Presents the Brazilian Connection.

  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band 1

    Preservation Hall Jazz Band 1

    10/07/2013

    Legacy Podcasts celebrates the release of the new Preservation Hall Jazz Band release, That's It!, with a brand-new four part series. Go behind the scenes of their first-ever album of all original songs, including the current radio hits "Dear Lord," "Rattlin' Bones" and more. Includes interviews with band members and co-producer Jim James of My Morning Jacket.

  • Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 4

    Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 4

    09/11/2011 Duração: 07min

    Legacy Podcasts celebrates Wynton Marsalis' 50th birthday by launching the "Swinging into the 21st" series - looking back on the variety of themes present in the series of 10 albums he recorded for Columbia and Sony Classical 1999-2000.

  • Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 3

    Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 3

    02/11/2011 Duração: 07min

    Legacy Podcasts celebrates Wynton Marsalis' 50th birthday by launching the "Swinging into the 21st" series - looking back on the variety of themes present in the series of 10 albums he recorded for Columbia and Sony Classical 1999-2000.

  • Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 2

    Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 2

    26/10/2011 Duração: 07min

    Legacy Podcasts celebrates Wynton Marsalis' 50th birthday by launching the "Swinging into the 21st" series - looking back on the variety of themes present in the series of 10 albums he recorded for Columbia and Sony Classical 1999-2000.

  • Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 1

    Wynton Marsalis – Swinging into the 21st part 1

    19/10/2011 Duração: 04min

    Legacy Podcasts celebrates Wynton Marsalis' 50th birthday by launching the "Swinging into the 21st" series - looking back on the variety of themes present in the series of 10 albums he recorded for Columbia and Sony Classical 1999-2000.

  • Jazz: The 59 Sound 4

    Jazz: The 59 Sound 4

    24/06/2009 Duração: 07min
  • Jazz: The 59 Sound 3

    Jazz: The 59 Sound 3

    17/06/2009 Duração: 09min

    Today’s podcast looks at Miles Davis’ background and what led to his own musical changes in 1959. Davis actually recorded two groundbreaking records that year – “Kind of Blue” and “Sketches of Spain.” Journalist Ben Ratliff adds how these records helped to change how people listened to Jazz, and Carlos Santana remembers what Bill Graham […]

  • Jazz: The 59 Sound 2

    Jazz: The 59 Sound 2

    10/06/2009 Duração: 07min

    In 1959, Jazz musicians and fans were both ready for changes beyond the bebop sound that had been popular since the mid 1940s.   Unfortunately, there was some resistance at the record companies responsible for bringing the new music to the marketplace.  Eventually, the labels were happy their artists like Dave Brubeck persisted, once “Take Five” […]

  • Jazz: The 59 Sound 1

    Jazz: The 59 Sound 1

    03/06/2009 Duração: 06min

    Welcome to the first episode of JAZZ: THE ’59 SOUND – a four-part look into how 1959 became jazz’s greatest year.   Dave Brubeck – Time Out, Charles Mingus – Mingus Ah-Um and Miles Davis & Gil Evans – Sketches of Spain are three 1959 jazz albums featured as examples of new directions musicians began taking […]

  • Fats Waller 4

    Fats Waller 4

    26/02/2009 Duração: 08min

    Producer: Joyride Media Reccomended:  Fats Waller:  If You Gotta Ask

  • Miles Kind of Blue 4

    Miles Kind of Blue 4

    24/02/2009 Duração: 06min

    Producer: Joyride Media Recommended: Kind of Blue -50th Anniversary Legacy Edition (2-cd)

  • Fats Waller 3

    Fats Waller 3

    19/02/2009 Duração: 09min

    Fats Waller’s famous compositions of the 1930s and 40s have attained an immortal, standard-level of recognition and have stood the test of time. But what is lesser known is that Fats Waller was also an entertainer par excellence, bringing the music he performed to life with jokes and asides to the audience.  As historian Dick […]

  • Miles Kind of Blue 3

    Miles Kind of Blue 3

    17/02/2009 Duração: 07min

    In this podcast, musicians Herbie Hancock, David Amram and Jimmy Cobb address the music theory behind Kind of Blue, and how the feeling of the musicians was equally as important as the compositions themselves in its creation.  Considered “Modal Jazz” as it is written from a few basic notes that form the structure of the […]

  • Fats Waller 2

    Fats Waller 2

    12/02/2009 Duração: 08min

    Strangely enough, two things happened to Fats after he died: he essentially disappeared from our culture’s memory for over 30 years, and when he was talked about, it centered around his clowning and humor, which was sorely misunderstood. Despite his untimely death, Fats Waller spent nearly every day of his short life making the music […]

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