[JPL] This week on The Jazz Session: No BS! Brass & Hank Shteamer on Henry Threadgill!

Jason Crane | The Jazz Session jason at thejazzsession.com
Mon Feb 14 10:47:01 EST 2011

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This week on the show: Reggie Pace of No BS Brass (TJS #240, Monday) & 
Hank Shteamer on Mosaic's new Henry Threadgill boxed set (TJS #241, 

Next week: Ralph Bowen (TJS #242, Monday) & Grant Stewart returns for 
The Jazz Session's fourth anniversary show! (TJS #244, Thursday).

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This week on The Jazz Session:

TJS #240: No BS! Brass (Reggie Pace). No BS! Brass hails from Richmond, 
VA, and they don't sound like any brass band you've ever heard. Their 
new album, No BS! (2010), features their special blend on horns, funk 
and metal attitude. In this interview, co-founder Reggie Pace talks 
about the birth of the band; his own growth as an arranger and writer 
over the course of the band’s three albums; and the burgeoning music 
scene in Richmond. SHOW AVAILABLE NOW.

TJS #241: Hank Shteamer on Henry Threadgill. Music writer and musician 
Hank Shteamer talks about Mosaic’s new Henry Threadgill boxed set, The 
Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air, for 
which Shteamer wrote the liner notes. In this interview, Shteamer talks 
about the two-decade period covered by the set; the amazing variety of 
Threadgill’s bands and compositions; Threadgill’s infectious humor; and 
how Threadgill differs from other musical iconoclasts. SHOW AVAILABLE 
STARTING 2/17/11.

Note 1: Henry Threadgill's appearance on The Jazz Session: 

Note 2: A poem inspired by the boxed set:


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