"This intro to the song draws on a poem by Dr David Hazelton, Jeanne Lee's first husband, & the father of their child Naima Hazelton.)_Jazz is a music that combines so many opposites ... You have to find that balance, then you have a guideline between freedom and discipline, between rhythm and melody, between body and spirit, between mind and instinct._ -- Jeanne Lee"
"co-directed by flutist Emlyn Johnson and cellist Daniel Ketter. began in 2016 with a commissioning project inspired by and performance tour of American national parks, in honor of the National Park Service centennial. Since our initial tours performing in unconventional venues, from caves to mountaintops, American Wild Ensemble has continued to celebrate American places, historic figures, and events by commissioning new works and performing them in site-inspired and site-specific locations."
"French singer and jazz guitarist, born 29 January 1933 in Paris, France and died 22 July 2004 in Rayol-Canadel, France. He recorded more than 750 songs in his career. e hosted a 1960's show in France that discovered many young new musical talents, and sang with such greats as Liza Minnelli, Quincy Jones and Dionne Warwick. - Discogs"
"From an interesting compiliation featuring 34 artists. From liner notes...Numerous video pieces represented on this tape were originally produced in part at the facilities of the Experimental TV Center, Owego, New York."
"This is off the 7th of Campbell's 12 albums. Born in Guyana in1942, from an Arawak Indian/Scottish father and a Portuguese/South American mother, migrated to Canada in the early 60s, then to Europe and London (UK), where he recorded four folk LPs for Transatlantic, Mercury and Decca, then back to Canada where he continued to write and record music. He is also an award winning author."
"A study of tribal voices from Africa. Morocco, Tanzania, Gabon, Ethiopia, Congo, Botswana, and Senegal are just some of the countries represented are blended into performance of Japanese musical collective Geinoh Yamashirogumi. The group was founded on January 19, 1974 by Tsutomu _hashi, consisting of hundreds of people from all walks of life: journalists, doctors, engineers, students, businessmen, etc. Their work focused on a faithful re-creations of folk music from around the world, as well as their fusion of various traditional musical styles with modern instrumentation and synthesizers. - wiki"
Philly born Harry Aaron Finkelman (May 26, 1914 – June 26, 1968), known professionally as Ziggy Elman, was an American jazz trumpeter associated with Benny Goodman, though he also led his group Ziggy Elman and His Orchestra. - wiki
"Cover brought to the top of the charts in 1971 by The Carpenters. Vaughn's recording taken from a gig at the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall in Tokyo, Japan with John Gianelli on bass, Jimmy Cobb on drums, and Carl Schroeder on the piano. "
"wiki's quote from WeWantSounds, label that reissued this in 2018: _Recorded at Studio Caroline, a hotbed for the African diaspora in Paris during the 80s, and produced by French-Chilean musician and producer Ramuntcho Matta (his father is Chilean painter Roberto Matta and half-brother is cult New York artist Gordon Matta-Clark), Home Boy, Sister Out is one of Don Cherry's most original albums. _"
Born & raised in Hogansville, GA, moved to LA after a stop-over in Woodstock. According to one review this album (see link), it resonates the joyous carefree manner of a child. Says Williams, _[my] heart just flows out_. For Williams her music _[is] about feeling good, being free, being open, very childlike, and it’s always about love._
"Pekler was born in the Soviet Union, grew up in California and currently lives in Berlin, Germany. See link for his latest (fascinating, interactive) project about islands that seem to have disappeared."
"Hamar people (also spelled Hamer) are a community inhabiting southwestern Ethiopia. They are pastoralists, with high value placed on cattle. The Hamar are known for their unique custom of _bull jumping,_ which initiates a boy into manhood. First, female relatives dance and invite whipping from men who have recently been initiated; this shows their support of the initiate, and their scars give them a say on who they marry. -wiki"
"Czech band that led Prague's underground rock movement from 1968 to 1989. They went against the grain of Czechoslovakia's Communist regime. Due to their non-conformism, members of the band often suffered serious repercussions, including arrests and prosecution. The group continues to perform, despite the death of its founder, main composer, and bassist, Milan _Mejla_ Hlavsa, in 2001. As of 2022, they have released nine studio albums and over a dozen live albums. -- wiki"
"Gene Wright, bass; Bill Smith, clarinet; Joe Morello, drums; Dave Brubeck, piano (and liner notes). All ten compositions here are from Smith's pen and are connected in that notes, phrases, and even parts of the songs are used in other of these mythologically titled pieces. This is the third and final guest appearance by clarinetist Bill Smith in the place of Paul Desmond with the Dave Brubeck Quartet. Like the earlier record dates, this 1961 session focuses exclusively on Smith's compositions, resulting in a very different sound for the band than its normal mix of the leader's songs and standards. Smith was a member of Brubeck's adventurous octet of the late '40s and, like the pianist, also studied with French composer Darius Milhaud. They made 3 albums together -- Ken Dryden"
"Rabih Abou-Khalil is an oud player and composer born in Lebanon, who combines elements of Arabic music with jazz, classical music, and other styles. He grew up in Beirut and moved to Munich, Germany, during the Lebanese Civil War in 1978"