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January 30, 2011

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Jason Crane | The Jazz Session

Hi Marc,

David Binney was on The Jazz Session this week talking about Graylen Epicenter. He also has some very provocative things to say about the process of musicians writing grant proposals to fund their projects. Here's the link:

http://thejazzsession.com/2011/01/27/the-jazz-session-235-david-binney/

Donny McCaslin has been on the show twice. Here are the links to those interviews:

http://thejazzsession.com/2007/09/10/the-jazz-session-29-donny-mccaslin/

http://thejazzsession.com/2008/08/24/the-jazz-session-39-donny-mccaslin/

All the best,

Jason

jeff helgesen

Mel Torme is clearly a colorful vacuum tube...!

Cheers,
Jeff

David

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chuckster

Marc,you have again pulled my coat to a newfound thrill-"Smigley". His "I heart jazz" clip was brilliantly done-BRAVO!

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I'm a bit sad about Gladys Horton, she was just 65. True that in the music industry there are people who die even younger, but it's still sad.

On another note, I discovered the music of Mel Torme after watching an episode of the tv show "night court", since the protagonist of the show is a big fan of him I decided to listen to some of his music.

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