[members-announce] JJA Panels at Beantown Jazz Festival 9/29 & 9/30

Dawn Singh dawnsingh at aol.com
Tue Sep 12 14:52:24 EDT 2006


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE               September 12, 2006
CONTACT:    Dawn Singh
             617-395-7743
             857-544-0739
             dawn at dawnsinghpublicity.com


The Jazz Journalists Association, the Beantown Jazz Festival and
Scullers Jazz Club Present Two Panel Discussions
September 29-30

The House That Trane Built:  The Story of Impulse Records
Book Discussion
with
Ashley Kahn, Author, The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse 
Records
Bob Blumenthal, Jazz Journalist and Creative Consultant, Marsalis Music
David Liebman, Saxophonist

Friday, September 29, 2006
4:00 pm
David Friend Recital Hall
Berklee College of Music
921 Boylston Street
Boston, Massachusetts

The most exciting jazz of the 1960’s and ‘70’s wore orange and black, 
the colors made famous by Impulse Records. In its heyday, Impulse 
forged an unmistakable identity based on eye-catching design and shrewd 
marketing, along with truly extraordinary music. Electic and 
adventurous, Impulse’s catalog ranged from swing to the avant-garde; 
envelope-pushing recordings by Sonny Rollins, Charles Mingus, Pharoah 
Sanders, McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett and Archie Shepp helped define the 
spiritual soundtrack of the era, while timeless titles by Count Basie, 
Art Blakey, Duke Ellington, Johnny Hartman, Benny Carter, Coleman 
Hawkins, Ben Webster, Johnny Hodges passionately affirmed jazz 
traditions.

But it was the singular relationship that developed between John 
Coltrane and Impulse Records that defined the spirit and sound of 
Impulse, and gave this book its title, The House That Trane Built:  the 
Story of Impulse Records.  Join author, Ashley Kahn, Marsalis Music 
consultant, Bob Blumenthal and saxophonist, David Liebman in an 
informal discussion of John Coltrane, Impulse Records and the legendary 
music the label produced.

Jpegs:
Ashley Kahn
Bob Blumenthal


The Legendary Recording Session of Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue”
Panel Discussion
with

Ashley Kahn, author (Kind of Blue,  DeCapo Press, 2001;  The House That 
Trane Built:  The Story of Impulse Records, W. W. Norton, 2006)

Bill Milkowski, JazzTimes, Jazziz Jazz Critic,  (Jaco:  the 
Extraordinary & Tragic Life of Jaco Pastorious, Backbeat Books 1996)

Jimmy Cobb, legendary jazz drummer and Marsalis Music recording artist, 
the last living member of the historic recording session of “Kind of 
Blue”

Christian Scott, Concord Records recording artist, trumpeter,  (“Rewind 
That,” Concord Records, 2006) one of critic Dan Ouellette’s “Top Ten 
Faces to Watch in Music” for Billboard Magazine,  Berklee College of 
Music graduate currently selling over 500 jazz records per week

Fred Taylor, Entertainment Director of Scullers Jazz Club, former owner 
of Paul’s Mall and the Jazz Workshop and friend and colleague of Miles 
Davis

Joel Brown, moderator, freelancer writer, former Executive Arts Editor 
of the Boston Herald and blogger at HubArts.com.  He also works with 
Top Ten Media Inc. in Cambridge

Saturday, September 30, 2006
12 noon
Beantown Jazz Festival Grounds
VIP Tent, Columbus Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts

Jpegs available:
Ashley Kahn
Bill Milkowski
Fred Taylor
Joel Brown
Christian Scott

For more information, bios and photos contact Dawn Singh, 617-395-7743, 
857-544-0739 or dawn at dawnsinghpublicity.com =


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