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Tout sourire : Roberta Flack, Randy Weston, Charlie Parker, Rudresh Mahanthappa et d'autres

Le jazz sur France Musique

durée : 00:59:30 - Tout sourire - par : Nathalie Piolé - 😃 Tout va mieux en souriant ! - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat

59mins

20 Oct 2022

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Un disque au hasard ? “Portraits of Duke Ellington” par Randy Weston

Disco'Azar

Randy Weston, l’un des plus grands pianistes de Jazz reprend l'œuvre d’un autre maître Duke Ellington sur ce disque sorti en 1989 qui rend hommage au côté le plus afro du pianiste. L’occasion d’écouter cette sublime reprise de “Caravan” par Duke Ellington, entouré du batteur Idris Muhammad et du percussionniste ghanéen Eric Asente. Ensemble, ils rendent hommage à ce standard du Duke. Un titre qui rappelle aux musiciens les caravanes qui traversaient le Sahara du Sud au Nord. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

6mins

22 Jun 2022

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Jabari Johnson, Randy Weston, & Crystal Aikin talks Risk Taker Tour, Baptism, and much more

The Buzz

On this edition of The Buzz, it was all about the Risk Taker Tour. We had a great conversation with Jabari, Crystal and Randy discussing the tour, taking risks, Jabari's baptism, and much more.  Connect with them today: https://www.instagram.com/jabarijohnson/ https://www.instagram.com/judah_band/ https://www.instagram.com/therealcrystalaikin/ Connect With Us Today : https://linktr.ee/gospelmusicbuzz https://www.instagram.com/gospelmusicbuzzz Podcast: https://anchor.fm/gospel-music-buzz

31mins

3 May 2022

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Vinyl Crisis & Randy Weston

Vinyl Crisis

The legendary joins Randy Weston Vinyl Crisis.

34mins

2 Feb 2022

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JazzX5#403. Randy Weston Trio: “Fire Down There" [Get Happy (Riverside, 1956)] [Minipodcast de jazz]

HDO - JazzX5

“Fire Down There"Randy Weston Trio: Get Happy (Riverside, 1956)Randy Weston, Sam Gill, Wilbert Hogan. El tema es tradicional.Tomajazz: © Pachi Tapiz, 2022¿Sabías que?El tema "St. Thomas" de Sonny Rollins está inspirado en el tema tradicional de St. Thomas titulado "Sponger Money". Randy Weston lo grabó en 1955 con el título "Fire Down There", y dos años más tarde se publicó como el primer tema de Saxophone Colossus. En esta grabación aparecía como una composición de Sonny Rollins. Randy Weston acreditaba el tema como tradicional.Randy Weston nació en 1926 y falleció en 2018. De joven trabajó en un restaurante, propiedad de su padre, hasta que pudo dedicarse profesionalmente a la música. En 1955 la revista Down Beat lo consagró como un "nuevo talento del piano". Fue un gran admirador de Thelonious Monk, cuya influencia es su forma de tocar de Weston fue más que evidente. También lo es en su discografía, pues en el año 1989 publicó el disco Portraits Of Thelonious Monk.El periodista Javier de Cambra, a quien se le echa (y mucho) de menos, fue un gran admirador y amigo personal de Randy Weston. En el año 2014 se realizó un homenaje al periodista en el Círculo de Bellas Arte de Madrid, y como no podía ser de otro modo, el primero de los músicos que intervino en ese concierto fue Randy Weston. Entre los proyectos que el periodista dejó inacabados debido a su repentino fallecimiento a principios de 2014, estaba una biografía de Randy Weston.En anteriores episodios de JazzX5/HDO/LODLMA/Maltidos Jazztardos/Tomajazz Remembers…https://www.tomajazz.com/web/?p=60482Más información sobre Randy Westonhttps://www.randyweston.info/ https://www.tomajazz.com/web/?s=randy+weston&submit=SearchMás información sobre JazzX5JazzX5 es un minipodcast de HDO de la Factoría Tomajazz presentado, editado y producido por Pachi Tapiz.JazzX5 comenzó su andadura el 24 de junio de 2019.Todas las entregas de JazzX5 están disponibles en https://www.tomajazz.com/web/?cat=23120 / https://www.ivoox.com/jazzx5_bk_list_642835_1.html.JazzX5 y los podcast de Tomajazz en TelegramEn Tomajazz hemos abierto un canal de Telegram para que estés al tanto, al instante, de los nuevos podcast. Puedes suscribirte en https://t.me/TomajazzPodcast.Pachi Tapiz en Tomajazz https://www.tomajazz.com/web/?cat=17847

3mins

23 Jan 2022

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Jazz Pianist And Innovator Randy Weston Renews a Connection With His African Past (Archives)

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The late American pianist, composer, and “Legend of Jazz,” Randy Weston, stretched across history to forge connections to an African past, as he had done for decades. On his 2017 recording, The African Nubian Suite, Weston took as his subject matter the very origins of humanity – the fossilized skeletal remains of “Ardi,” a hominid who lived around 4.5 million years ago in what is now Ethiopia. This "planetary music," as Weston called it stretches across millennia, looking to the Nubian empire (now northern Sudan/southern Egypt), African folk traditions, Sufi music, blues, and jazz. Randy Weston joined us in-studio in 2017. (From the Archives.) 

28mins

2 Sep 2021

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Give Glory to God with Randy Weston

The Keys Against the Enemy with Dr. Gina Prince

Randy Weston from the award-winning Christian band, Judah Band, joins host Dr. Gina to talk about faith, music and more.

23mins

1 Jul 2021

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Deets and Geets S4:E5 (African Cookbook – Randy Weston)

Deets and Geets

While reading Jazz People by Val Wilmer (no, not Val Kilmer), I was inspired to check out some of the artists she interviewed. One of […]

21 Jun 2021

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The Randy Weston Interview

The Jake Feinberg Show

Diaspora, the actual transfer of slaves from Africa to the middle islands was endemic of the cut throat policies that empires had and still have. What kept the slaves together spirituality was the drum and the rhythms that came from the drum...let the body dance the mambo or the bolero or Afro Cuban or bebop. My guest today is one of the most rhythmic percussive pianists in the world. His sound is unique and has been for the last 70 years. He came of age with Bird and Duke Basie and Ellington before cutting albums as a leader. What does it take to be a good leader? Knowing the history of the music your playing and creating is being a good leader and my guest has always had major threads of his homeland in his music. He has been traveling to Africa to listen and hear the chants of the natives along with the elephants and lions and scorched earth where all of man originated. He plays the Niger Mambo with Big Black in the loft downtown along with Thelonious and Barry Harris and Ray Bryant. Catch up on some sleep, shake off the demons and get back on the bandstand.

58mins

26 Sep 2020

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It's Up From Here - Randy Weston of Judah Band

Lin. Woods' Gospel Entertainment Podcast

Stellar Award-winning Randy Weston of Judah Band talks with Lin. Woods about how God stimulates more creativity in hard times, working with Grammy Award winner Vashawn Mitchell, how Judah band went from experiment to recording group, it's only Up From Here in the pandemic and more. Listen. Download for Free. Subscribe. Donate. Connect on Twitter:@linwoods

19mins

14 Aug 2020

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