Brooklyn Jazz Underground PODCAST
By Brooklyn Jazz Underground
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Meet and enjoy the music of the members of the Brooklyn Jazz Underground
||CleanBJU Podcast 10: Ted Poor||Drummer and composer Ted Poor tells his history from his upbringing in Rochester,NY to his succesful career in NYC.||9/22/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 9: Tanya Kalmanovitch||Violist and composer Tanya Kalmanovitch tells her history from her upbringing in Alberta, Canada to her succesful career in NYC.||7/28/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 8: Dan Pratt||Saxophonist and composer Dan Pratt tells his history from his upbringing in California to his succesful career in NY.||6/16/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 7: Alan Ferber||Trombonist and composer Alan Ferber tells his history from his upbringing in California to his succesful career in NY.||5/26/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 6: Jerome Sabbagh||Jerome Sabbagh tells his history from his upbringing in Paris to his succesful career in NY.||11/19/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 5: Shane Endsley||Shane Endsley shares with us his experiences in NY, LA, with the band kneebody and tells us how it is to be a musician-dad in Brooklyn nowadays.||7/16/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 4: Benny Lackner||Benny Lackner talks about his background, musical upbringing in Berlin and L.A, moving and living in NY and comments on his music in this insightful conversation with fellow BJU member Jerome Sabbagh||5/18/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 3: Alexis Cuadrado||Alexis Cuadrado talks about his background, musical upbringing in Barcelona, moving and living in NY and comments on his music in this insightful conversation with fellow BJU member Alan Ferber||3/20/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 2: Anne Mette Iversen||Bassist and Composer Anne Mette Iversen tells all||2/5/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBJU Podcast 1: Sunny Jain||Drummer and composer Sunny Jain tells all||11/6/2006||Free||View in iTunes|
Good Music, Way too much Talking
I was really interested in the music but it got to be just talking heads. It's one thing to discuss your music but then when you finally get around to playing it, you still keep talking over the music, I mean, c'mon. Just let the music play. Over the course of this 45 minutes podcast they played only 3 songs, and rarely ever let a song play on for more than 10 seconds before talking over it. The guy ended up talking on and on forever but I never really got a sense of what his music is like. The podcast has potential, but only if they cut out the talking.
These podcast is awesome, great music, smart talking, and excellent pacing. Bravo!!
This is not boring, this is artists talking about their art. The concepts discussed and the tunes that are played are great, modern jazz. New York is where it's happenning and if you can't appreciate the opportunity to hear modern composers from New York talk about what they do, then you probably need to think about why you play (if you play). Great work guys, but make more episodes....