[JPL] Ascension/My 25th anniversary on-air
dkunian at bellsouth.net
Mon Feb 25 15:18:14 EST 2008
Every year around Easter I do my Jazz Lunatique show on WWOZ in New
Orleans where I play both Coltrane versions of Ascension and then do
both Rova versions. Don "Big Moose" Jamison of WWOZ used to play
Ascension every Easter and since his passing I feel it is my duty to
continue this. What beautiful powerful music to elevate and ecstaticize
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>Will do. This is our third time working with this band. They were in
>Grand Rapids last April right before Barry had a reunion record date
>with Anthony Braxton and that live concert with Sam Rivers Trio
>(Rivers, Dave Holland, Barry). Two years ago they appeared live on
>Blue Lake, though it was after a 10 hour drive and they were pooped.
>This band has grown by leaps and Steve Swell is one of the most
>formidiable trombonists in improvised music today.
>Mike -- with WEMU, WCMU and WDET, not to mention Hazen Schumacher at
>WUOM and Doug Collar (my early mentor) at WKAR, we have many great,
>personality oriented radio station's programming jazz. Two years ago
>we broadcast OrkestRova's "Electric Ascension" to continue the thread.
>Was dissapointed Ben Ratliff didn't even mention that concert or
>recording in his recent Coltrane book.
>I'm just fortunate that Blue Lake is fully mission driven and that
>mission is music. Looking forward to Bill McFarlin's arrival (or
>return) and the impact that will have on jazz in the area.
>25 years! Lenny way to go!
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