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Live music performances from the studios of WTJU.
 
 
A live, improvised sound collage experiment, going back 24 years, weaving mesmerizing new soundscapes from found and collected materials right in the present moment.Pop music, speeches, live phone calls and spontaneous monologues become ambient loopy layered threads riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming.
 
Live improvised sound collage experiment, weaving mesmerizing loopy layered found soundscapes, riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming. http://lastever.org
 
Live improvised sound collage experiment, weaving mesmerizing loopy layered found soundscapes, riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming. http://lastever.org
 
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In the mid-1930’s, George Gershwin acquired the rights to the play Porgy by DuBose Heyward, based on his own novel of 1925. Gershwin’s great American opera, Porgy and Bess debuted in 1935 with lyrics by Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward.For some period of time, the themes of domestic violence, drug addiction, and gambling led many in both the whi ...…
 
The 1950s were a very productive decade for Thelonious Monk, perhaps his most productive as a composer. During the fifties his reputation and impact grew tremendously. His influence on other pianists can be seen in the work of Elmo Hope and Herbie Nichols, among others. Although neither had the longevity or enjoyed the popularity that Monk did, ...…
 
Because it acted as a safe harbor for the New Orleans diaspora of the teens and twenties, Chicago played a key role in early jazz. By the 1950s, much of jazz was understood in the dialog between cool jazz and hard bop, aka West Coast and East Coast, with Los Angeles and New York playing inordinately important roles. But the Chicago scene was as ...…
 
Kitchen Work. With Badass Women. Welcome to a very special episode! http://edacious.co/086 In this season of gratitude, I'm feeling very grateful for Richmond's Fire, Flour, & Fork festival. Not only did it land me my dream podcast guest, Gabrielle Hamilton (episode up now!), but I was asked to moderate a Women in Food panel with some of the to ...…
 
Reimagining Work. With Labneh. And Wine. Welcome to Episode 83 of Edacious and a conversation with a restaurateur who has a chance many folks don't get. A second chance to open his restaurant in a new space. http://edacious.co/083 What does this mean for his staff? His customers? His bottom line? Meet Justin Ross of Parallel 38, a gentleman and ...…
 
In the late 1930s and early 1940s, the very dance-oriented swinging music of the Big Bands was the most popular music around. Never had jazz been more central to mass culture. Just over the horizon were the draft of 1940 that eventually conscripted 10 million men, making it increasingly difficult to field top notch bands; war shortages of gasol ...…
 
In the last hour we heard from prominent Swing Era soloists Chu Berry, Roy Eldridge, Johnny Hodges and Lester Young, featured in small group settings. Continuing in the small group vein, in this hour we’ll hear from the Benny Goodman Trio, Quartet and sextet, Django Reinhardt and le Quintette Du Hot Club de France avec Stephane Grappelli and th ...…
 
It's been a long time since she attended college, but 91-year old Ruth Sisson still thinks about the slumber parties that might have been.
 
83-year old Frank Stallard grew up in coal country and had a rough start in life, but he's philosophical about it now.
 
92-year old Gunter Buhrdorf has many stories to share about growing up in Germany during WWII, but there's one particular day that stands out.
 
While the jazz of the thirties was predominantly remembered as coming from orchestras and big bands, seminal soloists continued to record memorable music in small group settings, setting the stage for disruptive industry transitions to come in the 1940s.
 
80-year old Juanita Melton from Radford, Virginia, remembers "The Rocks," her fantastic and imaginary childhood playhouse.(Music: "Daydreamer" by Podington Bear is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License)
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
WTJU celebrates 60 years on air, our first broadcast was April 1, 1957. As we celebrate over half a century on air, we talk with both current announcers and alumni about the station.
 
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