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It's another wacky Porchella session with tributes to Eddie Van Halen on his passing and John Lennon (sort of) on his birthday. :-)Bad Connection - YazooEvery Little Thing She Does Is Magic - The PoliceOblivious - Aztec CameraYin and Yang (The Flower Pot Man) - Love and RocketsNemesis (Arch-Deviant Mix) - ShriekbackI Want You - Cabaret VoltaireIt's…
 
“When you interview over 30 diverse people about an artist who has been gone for nearly 40 years, you realize that this isn’t just some artist who plays the saxophone well. This is an artist who was on a mission that was deeper and greater than we could have ever imagined. He was not just playing jazz, he was not just improvising—he was pushing the…
 
The Traneumentary’s journey started in the summer of 2006 with a visit to McCoy Tyner at New York’s famed Blue Note jazz club. After McCoy’s first set, I met him in his dressing room and gave him an overview of the series and asked if he would be interested in participating. Although he was unaware of podcasts and blogs, he understood the importanc…
 
Veteran producer Michael Cuscuna is the go-to guy when it comes to jazz reissue production and remastering. He is one of the most knowledgeable sources on jazz artists and recordings plus, he is one of the owners of the phenom niche label, Mosaic Records. On our first Traneumentary commentary episode, Michael shares his rich views on one of Coltran…
 
Pianist Jason Moran is one of the most prolific musicians on the scene today. Jason’s recordings provide a refreshing and dynamic window into new creative musical environments. On this commentary episode, Jason walks us through the track “Monk’s Mood” taken from the historic At Carnegie Hall recording and explains the musical magic between Trane an…
 
The great saxophonist Joe Lovano has been one of the leading forces in jazz for nearly three decades. Joe's father, Tony, also a mighty sax player taught young Joe about John Coltrane and his recordings. On this episode, Joe shares his discovering of Coltrane. Tracks used in this episode: • "Summertime" • “Syeeda's Song Flute” • “Dahomey Dance” • “…
 
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