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Jazz Insights - Media

by Dr. Gordon Vernick

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Description

These programs are created by Dr. Gordon Vernick, Associate Professor of Music at Georgia State, and produced by WMLB 1690 Atlanta “Voice of the Arts.” Each segment is intended to shed light on important individual creative jazz musicians and specific movements/genres within jazz canon. They are intended for jazz lovers and those that are merely interested in this important American musical art form. The shows were created at WMLB 1690 AM Atlanta Voice of the Arts.

Customer Reviews

Entertaining and Informative with Real Jazz !

This is a great podcast! It is just the right length with a great balance of information and real jazz. Much of the music comes from Dr. Vernick's own extensive collection of currently unavailable lps. As a casual listener (not scholar) of jazz this continues to be both entertaining and informative. I really enjoy the mix of biography and history. Dr. Vernick places the individual in his/her world but also tells you about the music, how it has evolved, and how it all fits together. I only wish there were more podcasts. If you want to learn about some jazz greats and hear their music this one podcast to subscribe to.

S'Wonderful

This is the hippest program on iTunes. As a Jazz fanatic, I cannot get enough of this show! It is simply delightful to learn about different jazz musicians and the periods of their musical careers. I really liked the one on Max Roach in particular, it very much helped me as a pianist understand what role the drummer plays in jazz and how Max innovated in that respect.

One thing I find crazy is that you haven't yet featured Charlie Parker! I'd love to hear some Bird, Dr. Vernick!

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Informative to a fault yet the music was very entertaining and gratifying and left you wanting more.

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