Articles tagged jack dejohnette

Jack DeJohnette: Made in Chicago

Modern jazz's legendary drummer Jack DeJohnette assembles a post-bop dream team from hell.

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Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette: Somewhere

Just when you thought a 68-year-old dude had explored every possible way to burn up a jazz standard, here he comes bearing some more.

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Celebrating the Groove: A Conversation with Jack DeJohnette

With the Miles Español project still making waves, legendary drummer Jack DeJohnette sits down with PopMatters to talk about the genesis of the project, what's next for him, and why Miles once described his drumming as "a blind man falling upstairs."

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Man, am I old (or the day new age music got game)

Recently, new age music got a major dose of street cred courtesy of an unlikely source. Though it wasn’t televised or even publicized all

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29 Oct 2008 // 11:00 PM

McCoy Tyner: Guitars

An overpolite meeting between a great jazz trio and batch of six-string slingers.

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Keith Jarrett: Setting Standards

The fulfillment of the promise shown in the three records collected in this lovely box set continues to this day.

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Joe Henderson: Power to the People

A lost hint of jazz-rock fusion from one of jazz's finest straight post-bop players.

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Nigel Kennedy: Blue Note Sessions

The notoriously famous concert violinist may not be the jazz star here, but he contributes a lot, and has A1 jazz company.

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5 Sep 2007 // 10:42 PM

Bruce Hornsby: Camp Meeting

The pop pianist makes an honest-to-goodness jazz album. And it's honest-to-goodness good.

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George Benson: The Essential George Benson

Looking back at the once and future king of jazz guitar, Bad Benson.

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Jack DeJohnette: The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers

Veteran drum legend teams up with jazz guitarist du jour to produce a quirky and fiercely non-commercial take on the art of duo improvisation.

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	Jack DeJohnette: Music from the Hearts of the Masters

The royal jazz drummer releases two on his own label: an encounter with an African kora master and a single track of healing and meditation music.

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21 Mar 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Jack DeJohnette: Rarum—Selected Recordings Vol. 12

In 1965, via a series of dates at the Plugged Nickel, Tony Williams revealed what drums could do—how they can break down the structure, leaving

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