[JPL] This week on The Jazz Session: William Parker & David S. Ware!

Jason Crane | The Jazz Session jason at thejazzsession.com
Mon Nov 8 19:09:31 EST 2010

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(NOVEMBER 8, 2010) -- Please become a member of The Jazz Session! 

I am finally home after 10 days on the road. I've got nothing exciting 
to say, other that I slept in my own bed last night. Huzzah!

So enjoy this week's shows, and if you have some extra time, check out 
the poems I've posting daily at http://jasoncrane.org as part of the 
November Poem-A-Day Challenge.

This week on the show: William Parker (TJS #215, Monday) and David S. 
Ware (TJS #216, Thursday).

Next week: Matt Jorgensen (TJS #217, Monday) and someone I have yet to 
interview (TJS #218, Thursday).

Peace, love and jazz,


This week on The Jazz Session:

TJS #215: William Parker. Bassist William Parker is one of the most 
prolific players on the jazz scene today. His two most recent albums are 
I Plan To Stay A Believer: The Inside Songs Of Curtis Mayfield (Aum 
Fidelity, 2010) and Uncle Joe’s Spirit House (Aum Fidelity, 2010). In 
this interview, Parker talks about the origin of both projects; what he 
means by “inside songs”; and his unique take on the organ quartet. SHOW 

TJS #216: David S. Ware. Saxophonist David S. Ware's new album is 
Onecept (Aum Fidelity, 2010). In this interview, Ware spends time 
discussing the metaphysical philosophies that inform his music. SHOW 


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