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  1. The Pace Report: "Good Smoke" The Gregory Porter Interview


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    Vocalist and songwriter Gregory Porter is having a stellar 2012. Just right off the heels of his 2010 Grammy-Nominated debut recording “Water” on the Motema Records label, he’s back…

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    • The Pace Report: "Impressions of Curtis: The Reflection and Life as an Impression" The Impressions Interview wsg Binky Griptite


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      During the late 1940’s black American music was undergoing a metamorphosis both on the commercial side as well as the changing of the guard from jazz music to what would become Rhythm and Blues.…

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      • The Pace Report: "The Emergence of a New Roy Hargrove to Come" The Roy Hargrove Interview


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        Since the 1990’s trumpeter and bandleader Roy Hargrove has been on the front-lines on keeping the scope of jazz music on the art of black music relevant in a fickle record climate. His 2010…

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        • The Pace Report: "Ramsey on Ramsey: Taking Another Look" The Ramsey Lewis Interview


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          In 1974, Columbia Records released “Sun Goddess” by jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis. The record would become a pop and soul staple on both radio and at concert venues all over the country. This…

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          • The Pace Report: "Echos of a Cosmic Renaissance" The Lonnie Liston Smith Interview


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            During the late 1960’s Jazz music was undergoing a major metamorphosis. Miles Davis was musically in transition and went from the traditional acoustic quartet to a more funky electronic sound.…

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            • The Pace Report: "The Musical Roots of Lady Cassandra Wilson" The Cassandra Wilson Interview


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              Throughout vocalist Cassandra Wilson’s recording career, she’s been able to reach into the depths of her range of American roots music. She’s recorded jazz, soul, folk, country,…

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              • The Pace Report: "#BAM..The Inaugural #BAM Conference" Featuring #BAM...Nicholas Payton


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                "Jazz is nothing but a terminology. BAM is a terminology. It’s just a phrase that’s been created for identification. Think about black people in general in this country. We’ve…

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                • The Pace Report: "Nomad Soul" The Jose James Interview wsg Taylor McFerrin


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                  The word nomad is defined as “a person with no fixed residence who roams about; a wanderer.” In a state of where the arts have been shaken up by the lack of coverage by journalists and…

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                  • The Pace Report: "The 2012 NEA Jazz Masters Induction Ceremony Highlights"


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                    One of the most important jazz events took place at Jazz at Lincoln Center during the week of APAP last week. The 2012 National Endowment for the Arts held their 30th anniversary of the Jazz Masters…

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                    • The Pace Report: "A Band Leader On The Frontlines" The Jimmy Owens Interview


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                      Trumpeter and educator Jimmy Owens is having a stellar 2012 so far. His latest IPO Recordings release “The Monk Project” celebrates and focuses on the compositions of pianist Thelonious…

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                      • The Pace Report: "The Explorations of a Sound Traveler" The Jack DeJohnette Interview


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                        Drummer, pianist, composer, and educator Jack DeJohnette’s music career spans some 50 years backing and playing with the likes of Muhal Richard Abrams, Eddie Harris, Miles Davis, Charles Lloyd,…

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                        • The Pace Report: "A Soul Band Brand of Brothers" The Mint Condition Interview


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                          In 1991, producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, under their Perspective Records imprint, would release “Meant To Be Mint” by a group of young musicians from Saint Paul, Minnesota. The band…

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