Sunday Session: January 17, 2021
Kenny Garrett

Here’s this week’s roundup of various music-related items of interest:

* Alan Pasqua, the go-to keyboard wiz for jazz and rock legends, on Bob Dylan, Carlos Santana and Peter Erskine (San Diego Union Tribune)
* From Chuck Berry to Muddy Waters: 15 of Keith Richards’ favourite songs (FarOutMagazine.co.uk)
* The Insular Jazz of Lockdown Rediscovers a Pioneering Sounds of the Past (PopMatters.com)
* Geri Allen and ‘The Printmakers’ (1985) – by Rick Simpson (London Jazz News)
* Punk rocker Adam Ant lived in Pikeville, Tennessee, and left boxes of stuff behind (Chatanooga Times Free Press)
* Dr. Anthony Fauci Says Live Music Could Be Back This Fall (Stereogum.com)
* A Q&A with saxophonist Kenny Garrett (SFJAZZ.org)
* Equal At Last? Women In Jazz, By The Numbers (NPR)
* Charles Lloyd’s Dynamic Pandemic Year (DownBeat)
* ‘Like many African American musicians, Sun Ra fantasised about Africa,’ says writer Joseph Ghosn (TheAfricaReport.com)
* 2020: A Jazz Reckoning (San Francisco Classical Voice)
* Capitol Studios Shutters Its Mastering Division (Variety)
* Marion Brown’s musical portrait of Georgia (BitterSoutherner.com)
* Let it rain: Bobby Few 1935–2021 (The Wire)
* Sony takes wraps off secret Unreal Engine project, unveils new subsidiary: Sony Immersive Music Studios (MusicBusinessWorldwide.com)
* LIFE AS A COSMOPOLITAN: GIRLS GONE GO-GO, NYC, 1977-‘82 (PleaseKillMe.com)
* Howard Johnson 1941–2021 (Jazz Times)
* In A Cultural Landscape Beset With Loss, This Community Music Studio Is Expanding (WBUR)
* Two Coltrane Classics Reimagined, 21st Century Electric Style (RockAndRollGlobe.com)
* DON VAN VLIET AND FRANK ZAPPA: TWO PEAS IN A MISSHAPEN POD (PleaseKillMe.com)
* Teodross Avery Recruits Stellar Cast To Salute Monk (DownBeat)
* O brothers: drummers Brian and Brady Blade (Oregon Public Broadcasting)
* Sylvie Courvoisier Is a Serious Player (Jazz Times)
* John Coltrane, Out Of Obscurity (DownBeat)

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