McCoy Tyner en Live Jazz From Other New York Venues-Part 1 <p>Jazz Unlimited for March 2, 2014 will be “Live Jazz from Other New York Venues, Part 1.”&nbsp; Jazz played live is a different animal from jazz recorded in the emotionally sterile confines of a studio.&nbsp; The energy and emotion reflected back from an audience to the performers brings about better performances.&nbsp; We continue our survey of New York venues with smaller clubs and Lincoln Center as well as presenting music from clubs that we did not have time for on earlier shows.&nbsp; We will feature duets between Dick Wellstood and Kenny Davern, Dick Hyman and Roger Kellaway and Joe Lo Sun, 02 Mar 2014 16:32:33 +0000 Dennis Owsley 34108 at Live Jazz From Other New York Venues-Part 1 Live Jazz From Town Hall, New York City <p>Jazz Unlimited for Sunday, December 1st will be “Live Jazz from Town Hall, New York City.”&nbsp; We continue playing live music from the jazz capital of the world with concerts from Town Hall that span the years 1944 to 1990.&nbsp; The artists featured are Eddie Condon and His All-Stars, Louis Armstrong and the All-Stars, the Dizzy Gillespie-Charlie Parker Quintet, four pieces from a Baron Timmie Rosenkranz concert in 1945, which includes the classic “I Got Rhythm” duet of Don Byas and Slam Stewart, Mary Lou Williams’ “Zodiac Suite,” Benny Carter, Red Norvo and Teddy Wilson, Thelonious Monk Fri, 29 Nov 2013 20:55:48 +0000 Dennis Owsley 31849 at Live Jazz From Town Hall, New York City The Career Of Lewis Nash <p>Jazz Unlimited for October 20 will be “The Career of Drummer Lewis Nash.” Born in 1958 in Phoenix, Arizona, Nash was a professional by 1976.&nbsp; He moved to New York in 1981 and has become one of the most recorded drummers in jazz, even surpassing the recordings of Art Blakey and Max Roach, according to the Tom Lord Discography.&nbsp; We will present about five percent of his recorded output on Jazz Unlimited.&nbsp; Nash is a drummer for all styles and seasons, being equally at home in styles that range from swing to bebop, hard bop, free bop and structured abstract improvisation.&nbsp; W Sat, 19 Oct 2013 22:14:57 +0000 Dennis Owsley 30794 at The Career Of Lewis Nash John Coltrane In His Own Words and Music <p>Jazz Unlimited on Sunday evening, September 15 will feature &ldquo;John Coltrane in His Own Words and Music.&rdquo;&nbsp;&nbsp; During his career, John Coltrane gave only a few interviews to jazz journalists.&nbsp; He was a quiet, humble man who was very guarded.&nbsp; Until now, only transcripts existed of these interviews.&nbsp; Two well-known interviews with August Blume (1958) and Frank Kofsky (1966) have recently been issued in audio form.&nbsp; These interviews, along with a short 1960 audio interview from Stockholm and a short 1966 interview from Japan will provide a different look a Sat, 14 Sep 2013 16:41:55 +0000 Dennis Owsley 29910 at John Coltrane In His Own Words and Music