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Joe Morello - Morello Standard Time (1994). - YouTube
I found a hardwritten note to myself saying that Joe Morello's "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" sounds like "Moody's Mood For Love" and listening to it, I can hear it at times. It's not throughout the whole song.

Should come back to this bookmark when I have time and update the time codes to indicate when you can hear the similarities.
video  music  music-jazz  jazzville-marketing-material 
7 weeks ago by daguti
Skiffle - Wikipedia
Damn, first time I've ever heard of Skiffle as a musical genre.

I learned of it when I went to look up the song "In The Summertime" by Mungo Jerry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_the_Summertime
jazz  music-industry  jazzville-marketing-material 
12 weeks ago by daguti
Baby it’s cold outside - Album on Imgur
I've always hated these stupid commentaries on "Baby, It's Cold Outside" saying that it's such a horrible, demeaning, rape-glorifying song. Love this. I should transcribe it in case the images disappear.
jazzville-marketing-material  anti-something 
march 2018 by daguti
I’m the exact opposite of this post. Be like... - Billy Carrión Jr.
Link to James Gibbs' post in case Billy takes his down:
https://www.facebook.com/JamesEgibbsIII/posts/1023145384491423

and a copy of it:

"I noticed that I am still getting a bunch of phone calls and text messages to jam with musicians.. I don't mind "jamming" with musicians at a rehearsal for a gig or while waiting to officially sound check we start jamming for fun. But just to jam for the sake of jamming I will not do! Especially if I am not being hired by you for any gigs, and you have not ever asked me to work with/for you. I AM WORTH BEING HIRED! MY SKILL LEVEL IS AT A HIGH ENOUGH LEVEL TO BE HIRED FOR A JOB AT ALL LEVELS AND SITUATIONS! ;-)

This is why I am so happy I am working full time. So I do not have to have to go through the motions taking every gig giving to me because I have to. I can play when I want to play and pick/choose what gigs I want to do and who I want to work with. I have learned over the years that I am being judged by the people I work for and the places that I perform at. But none of that really matters now that I am in a much better place in my life, and it just doesn't matter anymore what people think or say about me. HATERS MAKE ME GREATER! :-)

For all my musician friends/acquaintances/frienemies/strangers (or whatever) who are still working full time as musicians and you are becoming frustrated with the levels of your gigs, money, opportunities, etc., please, start finding alternative ways to make a living!

- If you did not finish school, GO BACK AND FINISH!
- Find at least a part time job making money even if it's a company that is music affiliated (like a jazz club, organization or something busting tables, doing sound, or whatever).
- STOP judging/hating on other people who are doing well in their lives/music career that you feel that you are better than them musically. Some people have the dice rolled in their favor. So just wish them well, and find your way.
- STOP hating on the wedding band musicians (companies, owners) who you feel can't play (sing) a lick but are driving away in Benz's and BMW's with nice homes. Remember, this is a business and they figured it out for themselves and now they are winning. It's not about your music level sometimes, it's about your business level at the end of the day..
- Find a job that has nothing to do with music! That can help you make the money you need to help invest into your music business/career. Not being around other musicians or working with people in the industry is another way of being incognito, so they will never know your intentions/agenda and you can move silently and come up in the end. Don't even tell those people that you are a musician. Just go to work, stay to yourself, make that money, put those hours in, practice when you get off, put some of that money to the side for studio sessions (or whatever) and start planning your come up!
- Try to start your own business or create your own music situations! Stop going after these club owners, managers, bookers, begging them for work that's not paying any money in the end anyway. If they want you to work at their spot and they know who you are, THEY WILL REACH OUT! Stop thinking that these people owe you something because you know them (and have known them for a substantial amount of time), or use to hook them up with gigs. They are ONLY LOOKING OUT FOR THEMSELVES!
- CREATE AN ONLINE PRESENCE! Home is home. Local is exactly what it is "LOCAL"! The world is at your finger tips 24/7/365! You don't need the local scene to value you or validate/approve of you! Use the camera on your cell phone to get the world to see your VALUE! Ask Nikki Minaj, Cardi B, Justin Beiber, and many others!

It hurts my heart to hear about older musicians who do not medical benefits, very little social security (because they never really held a job to pay into it), a pension (they never had a job long enough to collect one) and you have to be out here still taking mediocre gigs just to make ends meet!

This music thing will suck you in to make you believe that you can become the next Wynton Marsalis, Patti Labelle, Whitney Houston, Beyonce, Roy Hargrove, McCoy Tyner, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Chic Corea (YOU GET MY POINT!!) And the elders and educators will never tell you the truth because they feel that you owe the music all of your energy and time in which I find it to the biggest load of BS they can ever say! I can go on and on about that alone in itself...

At the end of the day, the purpose in this life is to make money to take care of yourself and your family. The ultimate purpose is to find happiness within yourself, so regardless if this music thing does not work out in your favor, at least you are secure with yourself, you are happier with yourself and you are able to look yourself in the mirror and smile knowing that you made the best decision(s) for you and your family!

PEOPLE (HATERS) ARE NOT GONNA GIVE YOU THIS TYPE OF "ADVICE" (words of encouragement or wisdom), BUT THEY DON'T WANT TO SEE YOU COME UP! THEY WILL JUST SMILE IN FACE AND TALK CRAP ABOUT YOU BEHIND YOUR BACK... THEY WANT TO SEE YOU POST YOUR STRUGGLES, AND YOUR FRUSTRATIONS! IT MAKES THEM FEEL BETTER ABOUT THEMSELVES!
Love you guys! STAY STRONG!"
jazzville-marketing-material  jazz-nj-bands-james-gibbs-iii 
march 2018 by daguti
Amê Ricano Franco - L'arbre du jazz "The Jazz Tree"
A tree showing the branches of jazz. I saved this to I:\Dave\media\Jazzville media\!misc infographics and photos

Reminds me of the list of different types of jazz by Apassion4jazz.net
jazzville-marketing-material  Reference 
february 2018 by daguti
Check out Irwin Hall [Archive] - Sax on the Web Forum
A little history (and estimated age) on Irwin Hall and some other young jazz cats from the early 2000's NJ jazz scene.

archived at:
http://archive.is/hcfHq
jazz-nj-bands-irwin-hall  jazzville-marketing-material  history-nj  history-history-events 
february 2018 by daguti
irwinhall
A little longer bio on his website:

"Biography

IRWIN HALL is an award-winning internationally renowned saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist. He got his first saxophone at his public elementary school's music lottery and quickly fell in love with the instrument. He secured his first pro gig at 11 years old and started winning several local, regional, and national music competitions while performing throughout the country. He attended Princeton University on a full ride to study East Asian foreign relations. He learned Japanese and after graduating moved to Tokyo, Japan to work as a research assistant to the Editor-In-Chief at a major Japanese newspaper. But he was unable to resist his calling, and not long after, while at the Tokyo Jazz Festival, he ran into songstress Melody Gardot who heard him play and immediately hired him to tour with her band. He quit his job, packed his bags and went on back-to-back international tours as the featured soloist with Melody, earning rave reviews and write-ups around the world. He has since gone on to tour, perform, and record with 3x Grammy/Tony Award winning NEA Jazz Master Dee Dee Bridgewater, soul icon John Legend, bass virtuoso Charnett Moffett, and countless more. He has performed in cities around the world including London, Tokyo, Prague, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Paris, Pori, Shanghai, Melbourne, etc and continues to perform and lead his own band.



Irwin's musical passions also extend into the classroom. He has taught privately and in classroom settings around the world, including the US, Japan, Switzerland, and China. His experience ranges from private instruction through group classes running clinics on improvisation, music theory, and woodwind performance. His international clinics include appearances at the Waseda University High Society Jazz Orchestra in Tokyo, Japan, Happy-Go-Lucky Big Band in Hong Kong, and the Scuola di Musica Modema in Lugano, Switzerland.​ Irwin currently serves as the Performance Instructor for the Quest Youth Organization in Brooklyn, NY and teaches privately.





"Reed player Hall is someone Gardot discovered while on tour in Japan. He shone in his solo...showing a mastery of both traditional and modern jazz idioms with an understated sound that highlighted the originality of his improvisation."

- Victor Schermer, AllAboutJazz.com"
jazz-nj-bands-irwin-hall  jazzville-marketing-material 
february 2018 by daguti
Irwin Hall Quartet
Another page on the same site. Similar, more condensed story - slightly different wording. Bookmarking so that it archives.

"Award-winning saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist Irwin Hall is frequently compared to a young Coltrane. He has toured with songstress Melody Gardot as featured soloist, earning rave reviews and write-ups around the world. He has since gone on to tour, perform, and record with 3x Grammy/Tony Award winning NEA Jazz Master Dee Dee Bridgewater, soul icon John Legend, bass virtuoso Charnett Moffett, Theo Croker and countless more. "
jazz-nj-bands-irwin-hall  jazzville-marketing-material 
february 2018 by daguti
FROM NYC – IRWIN HALL AND HIS QUARTET | Black Cat
Wow! I had no idea. Irwin's life story is freaking AMAZING.

"FROM NYC – IRWIN HALL AND HIS QUARTET

Irwin is frequently compared to a young Coltrane, with special guests each night.

IRWIN HALL is an award-winning internationally renowned saxophonist, flutist and clarinetist. He got his first saxophone at his public elementary school’s music lottery and quickly fell in love with the instrument. He secured his first pro gig at 11 years old and started winning several local, regional, and national music competitions while performing throughout the country. He attended Princeton University on a full ride to study East Asian foreign relations. He learned Japanese and after graduating moved to Tokyo, Japan to work as a research assistant to the Editor-In-Chief at a major Japanese newspaper. But he was unable to resist his calling, and not long after, while at the Tokyo Jazz Festival, he ran into songstress Melody Gardot who heard him play and immediately hired him to tour with her band. He quit his job, packed his bags and went on back-to-back international tours as the featured soloist with Melody, earning rave reviews and write-ups around the world. He has since gone on to tour, perform, and record with 3x Grammy/Tony Award winning NEA Jazz Master Dee Dee Bridgewater, soul icon John Legend, bass virtuoso Charnett Moffett, and countless more. He has performed in cities around the world including London, Tokyo, Prague, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Paris, Pori, Shanghai, Melbourne, etc and continues to perform and lead his own band."
jazz-nj-bands-irwin-hall  jazzville-marketing-material 
february 2018 by daguti
Newport Jazz Festival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See "Newport strained by festival experimentation" - which says "The festival's 1969 program was an experiment in fusing jazz, soul and rock music and audiences. Its lineup included, besides jazz, Friday evening appearances by rock groups Jeff Beck, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Ten Years After and Jethro Tull. Saturday's schedule mixed jazz acts such as Miles Davis and Dave Brubeck with others including John Mayall and Sly & the Family Stone. James Brown was among those who appeared Sunday afternoon, followed in the evening by Herbie Hancock, blues musician B. B. King and English rock group Led Zeppelin."
jazzville-marketing-material  history-music  jazz 
november 2014 by daguti
Happy Birthday, Mr. Sax : NPR
inventions-that-became-something-else = "the instrument, originally designed for military bands, became so closely associated with jazz." - Adolphe Sax invented the saxophone - one of a handful of examples where a single inventor can be credited with the invention of a musical instrument (most have evolved over time.)
jazzville-marketing-material  history-music  inventions  inventions-that-became-something-else  instruments-musical 
november 2014 by daguti
imgur: the simple image sharer
16 year od photographer takes self portraits documenting fashion over the last 100 years (hippies vs mainstream, flappers vs mainstream, etc)
photos  culture  society  jazzville-marketing-material  art  fashion 
may 2014 by daguti
This 7-Year-Old Was Born With the Soul of Billie Holiday [VIDEO]
Holy cow. It takes a few lines to hit you, but she really sounds like Billie. ---------------------- "Blessed with a voice that would make Billie Holiday proud, 7-year-old Angelina Jordan Astar stunned the judges from Norway's Got Talent with her soulful cover of the late-jazz singer's "Gloomy Sunday." "
jazzville-marketing-material  video  music-covers  music-jazz  music 
march 2014 by daguti
Made in Jersey: Les Paul developed the solid-body guitar in Mahwah | NJ.com
inventions-that-killed-their-inventors = Almost killed, in this case. "The other big problem he encountered was electricity; Paul nearly electrocuted himself while working in his Mahwah apartment."....................... world-records = "Paul is the only person to be included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the National Inventors Hall of Fame." .......................... Also see comment by bobmc37: " Love the Les Paul and respect Les Paul's contributions, but he did not develop this design; he collaborated (and the degree to which he did is debatable). Ted McCarthy from Gibson probable had more to do with this model as we know it. Les Paul himself was a great guitarist, audio engineer and tinker/inventor, and his name is on it, but he was not the developer."
inventions  inventions-that-killed-their-inventors  nj  history-nj  jazzville-marketing-material  world  world-records 
february 2014 by daguti
See how quickly a society can shift its sexual attitudes | TED Blog
Also see the bookmark I made right before this (with the same tags) which is the TEDtalk video. ...................................... jazzville-marketing-material = 1920's Jazz Age changed attitudes about sex in the US.
sex-and-society  religion-islam  tedtalks  jazzville-marketing-material  paradigm-shifts 
january 2014 by daguti
Don't You Dare Call Me A Hipster! I, Sir, Am A 'Hep Cat' : Code Switch : NPR
This is the 2nd place I've noticed the term "white negro" in the last week or two. I forgot where the other place was, but I think it also had to do with white people who liked jazz in the 30s or 40s. Perhaps it was the Ken Burns documentary "Prohibition"? Or maybe one of the links I used as a reference to write the Jazzville piece on the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition.
jazzville-marketing-material  jazz  language 
december 2013 by daguti
The Sounds Of New York City, Circa 1920 : The Two-Way : NPR
Sound effects from the roaring 20's (actually late 20's, early 30's -- I just said roaring 20's to make this easier to search on in the future) .............. Used in the 80th Anniversary of the Repeal of Prohibition post (Dec 2013)
sound-effects  jazzville-marketing-material  nyc  retro-nostalgia 
november 2013 by daguti
Jersey Tap Fest brings in "da funk" veterans and a host of others | NJ.com
Although times are still tough for artists, festival director Hillary-Marie Michael says she senses that ordinary people are returning to the arts for solace and inspiration.
jazz-nj-bands-hillary-marie  jazzville-marketing-material  jazzville-copy-reviews 
august 2013 by daguti
Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' Re-Imagined Through the Decades
French singer and musician PV Nova re-imagines Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' as it might have sounded in each decade between 1920 and 2020. ................. Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3r3BOZ6QQtU
music  jazzville-marketing-material  music-parody  video 
june 2013 by daguti
Tucson Jazz Institute band wins Essentially Ellington high school band competition - Winnipeg Free Press
Jazz House Kids won 2nd place in Jazz At Lincoln Center's 3 day "Essentially Ellington" high school jazz band competition.
jazzville-marketing-material 
june 2013 by daguti
Count Basie & Ella Fitzgerald - Oh lady be good - YouTube
Music starts at 0:18. This is the song that Prairie Home Companion did that one time (5/4/2013) during a mid-show break... Also, Mel Torme does a version in tribute to Ella Fitzgerald (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vZlyfa28iQ) ............................................ Also see this version (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21P0FX1vGmU), which is so completely different that at first it doesn't sound like the same song............................................................................. I am also bookmarking this as Jazzville "Art Of The Cover" for a new feature that explores different versions of the same song and how dissimilar they can sound.
music  jazzville-marketing-material  people-ella-fitzgerald  music-jazz  music-covers  video  jazzville-marketing-material-art-of-the-cover  music-jazz-scat 
may 2013 by daguti
"Don't You Worry Child" (Vintage 'Great Gatsby' Style Swedish House Mafia Cover) - YouTube
Evidently this YouTuber does vintage covers of a lot of pop songs, so keep that in mind for more jazzville-marketing-material. ------ The main singer here is also a background singer on the 11/5/2013 (music-covers) bookmark titled "Sad Clown Rendition Of Lorde Song Will Certainly Haunt Your Dreams"
jazzville-marketing-material  music-jazz  music-covers 
april 2013 by daguti
State of the Arts NJ - YouTube
Some jazz things in there. The Pinsky show we attended in Feb 2013 is there. I also saw in passing something about Dave Brubeck.
jazzville-marketing-material 
march 2013 by daguti
State of the Arts | Watch Online | NJTV Public Media NJ Video
As of 3/8/2013 there are three clips: Pinsky & Friends Michael Pedicin Lauren Hooker
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march 2013 by daguti
fmgem commercial free music
Music Playlist Builder - Commercial free service lets you instantly create awesome Music Playlists and much more!
interface-to-tools  streaming  music  jazzville-marketing-material  tools 
january 2013 by daguti
raural - minimal playlists
Enter an artist or song and hit ENTER a few times to build a quick playlist.
interface-to-tools  streaming  music  jazzville-marketing-material  tools 
december 2012 by daguti
More thoughts on jazz and its insufficient (?) popularity | Ottawa Citizen
Interview with Eric Lewis

marketing-hacks, marketing-shocking-or-weird = "So I went underground… while most assumed I had dropped out of the scene to professionally languish in post Marsalis limbo, I was quietly absorbing and being absorbed into the worlds of Hollywood, Silicon Valley, the Obama Campaign, Nascar and High Fashion. It was those quiet alliances that continue to provide my team with opulent business opportunities."
marketing-tactics--hacks  jazz  marketing-tactics--shocking-or-weird  video  jazzville-marketing-material 
october 2012 by daguti
Jazz Articles: Crossing Over: Is Smooth Jazz Dead? - By David R. Adler — Jazz Articles
Around the 11th paragraph they start talking about non-smooth jazz artists and their connection to smooth jazz and other non-jazz genres.
jazzville-copy-reviews  music-industry  analysis  jazzville-marketing-material  jazz 
october 2012 by daguti
For Love of Moody: festival serves jazz master through amazing musical forays - National Jazz music | Examiner.com
The late James Moody said he was almost placed in a school for retarded children early on, out of a mistaken belief that he was slow. He wasn’t slow. He was partially deaf.
jazzville-marketing-material  people-james-moody 
october 2012 by daguti
How To Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month [PDF]
A list of things you can do to promote and celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month, which happens in April.

I also saved this PDF to my media > text > Marketing & Social Media folder.

...marketing-material = To share with other organizations.
...organize-a-jam = To help us organize events.
jazzville-marketing-material-organize-a-jam  jazzville-marketing-material 
september 2012 by daguti
Cape May Jazz Festival producers Carol K. Stone and Woody Woodland create Philly Jazz Fest
Does this mean the Cape May Jazz Festival ended?

funny = ""I feel jazz in general has gotten a bad rap or bad reputation," Wilkins ruminated. "When people think of jazz, they think of smooth jazz, Kenny G, basically. I feel like that stuff is a misrepresentation of the music, because it doesn't make you think. Jazz is built on improvisation, on personal expression. It's music that makes you think, same as old-school hip-hop. It's like the light at the end of your personal tunnel.""
funny  anti-something  jazz  jazzville-marketing-material 
september 2012 by daguti
The Nanny Intro - YouTube
For the "Jazz in popular culture" feature.
Sung by Ann Hamption Callaway who also writes songs for Barbara Streisand.
jazzville-marketing-material-jazz-around-us  music-jazz  jazzville-marketing-material 
september 2012 by daguti
Five Ways Jazz Can Be Punk : A Blog Supreme : NPR
music-mashups = Not really covers, but cross breeding of jazz and punk rock styles (not specific songs.) I think I'm loving Blue Cranes' "Ritchie Bros." It kind of reminds me of a stripped down Darcy James Argue.
music  jazzville-marketing-material  jazz  music-jazz  people-darcy-james-argue  music-rock-punk  music-mashups 
september 2012 by daguti
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