• Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.5, May 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.5, May 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins notes on Jim Wilke, The Westerlies, Jason Parker, Steve Treseler, Chano Dominguez, Jack Straw Productions Artist Support Recipients, and the lineup for Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 4. Burn List is featured in a group biography on page 6 by Steve Griggs. Jacque Willis is discussed on page 8 by Nathan Bluford. IMPfest VI is highlighted on page 10 by Evan Smith, who discusses scheduled performances at the festival. Performances for the Bellevue Jazz Festival are listed and described on page 11. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums State of the Art by Dee Daniels, Snail Songs by the Syrinx Effect, Tempest/Cobalt by Dawn Clement, and Feel It Give Way by Eric Barber's Metrilodic. Additional performances begin on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Burn List.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_05

    Date: 2014-05

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.23, no.11, Nov. 2007

    Earshot Jazz, v.23, no.11, Nov. 2007

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on the Roosevelt Jazz Band, Sonarchy, Jim Haynes, The Curious Mystery, In Lake'ch, BSNF, Adam Diller, Matt Crane, Jason Anderson, Doug Haire, Dawn Clement, Greta Matassa, Darin Clendenin, Michael Owcharuk, The Owcharuk Sextet, Broken Time Records, Jim Knodle, Beth Fleenor, Jacob Breibach, Nate Omdal, Mike Hams, Victor Noriega, Pontius Pilot, and Egan's Ballard Jam House, page 3. Photographs taken be Daniel Sheehan at the 2007 Earshot Jazz Festival are displayed beginning on page 4. On page 6, Michael Shrieve is featured by Michael Allison, who discusses Shrieve's musical experience. The Raymond Scott Project by Monktail Creative Music Concern is discussed on page 9 by Elaine M. Hayes. The Eastside Jazz Extravaganza is featured on page 11 followed by the Ballard Jazz Walk on page 12. Rochelle House is the focus of an article by Charles Freeman, page 13. Nels Magelssen discusses 'Jazz Brains' on page 15. Greta Matassa writes a music lesson on rhythmic phrasing, page 17. Highlight performances begin on page 18. John Butcher, Torsten Muller, and Dylan van der Schyff are the focus of an article on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Michael Shrieve.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2007_23_11

    Date: 2007-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.13, no.11, Nov. 1997

    Earshot Jazz, v.13, no.11, Nov. 1997

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with a biography on Robert Knatt on page 1 by Van Diep. Notes in this issue feature Bill Frisell, Steve Lacy, John Betsch, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Pepper's Pow-Wow, Quincy Jones, Floyd Standifer, Buddy Catlett, KBCS-FM, Harriet Baskas, KCMU-FM, KUOW-FM, KPLU-FM, Jim Wilke, Jazz Northwest, Anne Drummond, Wall of Sound, Mark Sullo, Brad Schoeppach, Brad Shepik, Songlines, Chris Speed, and Jim Black, page 3. Photographs of performances by Operation X, Billy Higgins, Charles Lloyd, Jaki Byard, Sam River, Matthew Shipp, William Parker, and Andy Bey during the October part of the Earshot Jazz festival are on page 4 and 5, by Steve Robinson an Daniel Sheehan. Earshot announces the upcoming artists, groups, and events for the Living Spirit of Jazz and Eastside Showcase series, featuring the Chuck Bergeron/Charles Pillow Quartet, New Stories Trio CD Release, Greta Matassa, Steve Lacy Trio, Jovino Santos Neto Quarteto, and Janice Mann, page 9. Highlighted performances are listed on page 11, including Vince Balestri's 'Kerouac: The Essence of Jack', the John Bishop Quartet, The Trio, Pepper's Pow-Wow, Septet Plus, Hurricane Relief Benefit, Remember Why, Ghosts, Joe Henderson, Greta Matassa, Ernestine Anderson, Bill Frisell, Mark Murphy, and Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO) in a Duke Ellington Sacred Music Concert. Peter Monaghan discusses Phil Coady and his project to place recorded interviews on CD albums, using an example of the album Curtis Remembers John, page 14. Cover art is a photograph of Bill Higgins at the drums.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_1997_13_11

    Date: 1997-11

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.5, May 2000

    Earshot Jazz, v.16, no.5, May 2000

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with Carmen Staaf discussing her experience as an international student in Cuba, page 1. New Earshot Jazz Board members are announced on page 3 including Richard Thurston, Marc Seales, Sharon Ducy, and Helen Marriott. Notes in this issue focuses on Daniel Barry, Nancy Peacock, Sonarchy Radio, Ghidra, Wally Shoup, Bill Horist, Mike Peterson, Doug Haire, Dave Scott, Billy Mintz, KBCS-FM, Michael Allison, On the Corner, Michael Sandman, Goodbye Porkpie Hat, John Pai, Giant Steps, David Utevsky, Straight No Chaser, Robin Slivka, Jazz Party, Prisms, Ian Edgewater, Sonar Map, Christopher DeLaurenti, and Rockin' Teenage Combo, page 3. Earshot discusses the upcoming education programs on page 5, including Hands on Jazz, Roots of Jazz, Earshot Jazz Scholarships, Jazz Festival workshops, and the Earshot 'Apprenticeship Program'. Pony Boy Records and owner Greg Williamson are featured on page 8. Mountlake Terrace High School jazz and director Darin Faul are discussed on page 12. Highlight performance begin on page 14, including Darrell Grant, Dina Blade, Barry Vye, Seattle Youth Jazz Ensemble, Composers' and Improvisers Workshop, Lincoln Briney, Latin Jazz Quartet, Rick Mandyck Richard Egues, Steve Korn Group, Ray Charles, and Ben Thomas. Earshot Jazz announces upcoming artists, groups, and events in their Voice & Vision series, including Elizabeth Falconer, Jay Clayton, Colin Skerritt, Axolotl, Bill Horist, Michael Moore, Cor Fuhler, and Tristan Honsinger, page 15. Beginning on page 19, Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Bound by Cuong Vu, Iffy by Chris Speed, The Well by Brad Shepik, Soul on Soul by Dave Douglas, Make Believe by Franz Koglmann, The Invisible by Peter Epstein Quartet, Smokin Java by Darrell Grant, Jones for Elvin, Vol. 2 by Steve Griggs Quintet and Elvin Jones, and Ring The Bells by Marc Fendel and Ryan Burns. Recent CD releases are discussed on page 23. Cover art is a photograph of Carmen Staaf performing on piano.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2000_16_05

    Date: 2000-05

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.19, no.8, Aug. 2003

    Earshot Jazz, v.19, no.8, Aug. 2003

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Bake's Place, Bill Anschell, Jeff Johnson, John Bishop, Gretta Matassa, Andy Shaw, Karin Plato, Paul de Barros, Jay Thomas Quartet, Layla Angulo Sextet, Floyd Standifer, Pearl Django, HB Radke & the Jet City Swingers, Mark Taylor Quartet, Matt Jorgensen + 451, Zony Mash, Living Daylights, Das Rut, Siamese, Skerik's Syncopated Taint Septet, Joe Doria, John Wicks, Steve Moore, Hans Teuber, Dave a, Craig Flory, Djelimady Tounkara, Real Change News, Suspension: Sonic Absorption, BBQ Jazz Nights at the Interbay Golf Course, and Sonarchy's upcoming schedule, page 3. The Earshot Jazz Festival is now entering its 15th year, and the festival is discussed on page 4. Wally Shoup is featured in an artist biography by Steve Cline on page 5. Ahamfule Oluo's biography is written on page 6 by Paul West. Kelley Johnson is the focus of a biography on page 7. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Where Do You Start? by Don Lanphere, Monkey Mind Control by Jay Roulston, and Hush by Dawn Clement, page 10. Highlight performances begin on page 12, including tje OMW Field Series. Cover art is a photograph of Wally Shoup on saxophone.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2003_19_08

    Date: 2003-08

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.28, no.1, Jan. 2012

    Earshot Jazz, v.28, no.1, Jan. 2012

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Jim Wilke's Jazz Northwest and Sonarchy with Doug Haire, page 3. Eyvind Kang is the focus of an artist biography on page 4 by Schraepfer Harvey. Zach Para and his recent endeavors are discussed on page 7 by Danielle Bias. The Royal Room, a new Seattle venue, is featured in a venue profile on page 8 by Steve Griggs. The JazzVox series is featured on page 12 by Schraepfer Harvey and Libby Graham. The Racer Sessions at Cafe Racer celebrate their second anniversary on page 14. 'Before Seattle Rocked: A City and Its Music' by Kurt E. Armbruster is reviewed on page 16 by Steve Griggs. Additional performances are listed beginning on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Eyvind Kang.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2012_28_01

    Date: 2012-01

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  • Seattle Chinese Post - English Ed., v.4, no.51, Dec. 21, 1985

    Seattle Chinese Post - English Ed., v.4, no.51, Dec. 21, 1985

    Ng, Assunta

    Volume and issue numbering begins with vol. 6, no. 8. Volume and Issue numbers for earlier issues are based on the later volumes.

    Identifier: spl_nwa_1258970_19851221

    Date: 1985-12-21

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.10, Oct. 2014

    Earshot Jazz, v.30, no.10, Oct. 2014

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue is the program for the 2014 Earshot Jazz Festival, beginning with a welcome from Executive Director, John Gilbreath, page 3. A description of the opening performance is listed on page 8, followed by more performance listings for the rest of the festival. On page 31, the Earshot Jazz Festival Films are listed including A Very Jazz Halloween, The Case of the Three-Sided Dream, Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story, and the Stations of the Elevated. Notes in this issue begin on page 48, featuring Michael Getz and the lineup for Sonarchy with Doug Haire. Fall jazz festivals in the northwest are listed on page 49. Additional performances are listed on page 50. Cover art is the logo for the 2014 Earshot Jazz Festival.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2014_30_10

    Date: 2014-10

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.25, no.1, Jan. 2009

    Earshot Jazz, v.25, no.1, Jan. 2009

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with notes on Milton Flynn, Bill 'Rams' Ramsay, Jay Thomas, Brad Allison, Dan Marcus, David Marriott, Travis Ranney, Milt Kleeb, John Hansen, Chuck Deardorf, Gary Hobbs, Reptet, Origin Records, Origin Classical, Quincy Jones, Ernestine Anderson, Ray Charles, Clarence Acox, Norm Bobrow, Stuart Dempster, Bill Frisell, Eyvind Kang, Wally Shoup, Sonarchy, SpicerTrio, Nathan Spicer, Jeff Fielder, Chris Stromquist, Uncle Pooch, Tony Stevens, Shane Smith, Greg Sinibaldi, Denali Williams, Billy Mintz, Sparkle Girl, Jim Evans, Kurt Delaney, Brass and Nickel Septet, Andrew Boscardin, Tom Varner, Brad Gibson, Chris Stover, Clark Gibson, Ben Thomas, and Doug Haire, page 3. Nominees for the Golden Ear Award are announced on page 4. On page 6, Bob Knatt's legacy at Washington Middle School is discussed by Molly Conant. Upcoming performances for the Is That Jazz? series are listed beginning on page 11. Upcoming performances for the Jazz in January series are listed, beginning on page 12. On page 14, Guillermo E. Brown is the focus of a brief article by Elaine Hayes. Earshot Jazz reviews the albums Fenceless by Victor Noriega Trio 2, Climbing Stairs by the Josh Rawlings Trio, Break of Day by Here and Now, Shop of Wild Dreams by the Jessica Lurie Ensemble, and Meridian by Byron Vannoy, page 15. Highlight performances begin on page 18. Cover art is a photograph of Robert Knatt.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2009_25_01

    Date: 2009-01

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  • Earshot Jazz, v.22, no.8, Aug. 2006

    Earshot Jazz, v.22, no.8, Aug. 2006

    Earshot Jazz Society of Seattle

    This issue begins with an announcement for Earshot Jazz's Jazz: The Second Century series as well as winners for the Wardenburg Scholarship, page 2. Notes in the issue begin on page 3 and focus on Egan's Ballard Jam House, Suzanne Weghorst, and Brian Kent. Earshot Jazz presents updates on the 2006 Earshot Jazz festival, discussed on page 4. A brief performance description for the Wynton Marsalis Quartet is on page 4. Bumbershoot announces its jazz lineup on page 6. Bill Anschell is the focus of an interview on page 7, conducted and discussed by Lloyd Peterson. David Marriott is featured in an artist biography update on page 10. Brian Owen is discussed in a biography by Josie Holtzmann, page 12. Tom Varner and his Tom Varner Chamber Trio are discussed on page 14. Mackrosoft and The Cheebacabra are discussed on page 15. Marian McPartland is the focus of an artist biography by Georgie Bright Kunkel, page 19. Highlight performances begin on page 20. Cover art is a photograph of Bill Anschell at the piano.

    Identifier: spl_ej_571712_2006_22_08

    Date: 2006-08

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