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What kind of music do I play on One Man's Jazz?
In the words of the great bassist, Stanley Clarke, in 2007: One man's jazz is another man's something else.
Indeed. What one person may consider jazz, another may not. So it goes on this show.
I have veered away from playing much mainstream or historical jazz, because I think this creative music must move forward and grow, so I do tend to look for new recordings, new artists, jazz from around the world in all its flavours. Rhythm really gets its due on One Man's jazz.
The music played might range from Dave Douglas to the Art Ensemble of Chicago to Nguyen Le to Charlie Hunter to members of the Jazz Composers' Collective to Bill Frisell to David Binney to NOJO, and from E.S.T. to Dave Holland to Sam Rivers to the AACM, whichever way the muse leads(or whatever the post office delivers).
The occasional full or mini special pops up now and then. I have donea two-parter on Jack DeJohnette (check the current archives), and Jaco Pastorius, singers, Canadian jazz, Black History month, Joe Zawinul, AACM, poetry and jazz, and much more. Check out the list of interviews, too, under "Guests" above.
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