In this episode, the much-missed star shares his respect of the artistry of jazz and the musicians he knew so well.
With ‘Now He Sings, Now He Sobs,’ Chick Corea proved himself a master of the piano and created a work that spoke to the vicissitudes of life.
Rosanne Cash, Donald Fagen and the late Chick Corea are among the other stars featured in a new video clip.
During a stellar 50-year career, Coryell became an undisputed great of jazz guitar.
The 23-time Grammy winner was one of the jazz world’s most prolific artists.
With a breathtakingly diverse roster that spans jazz and classical music, ECM Records has been at the forefront of contemporary jazz for five decades.
Corea describes ‘Blue Monk’ as “a blues that Monk wrote that has become kind of an anthem.”
“Craft Recordings Presents: Shoplifting” films bands and tastemakers raiding the reissue label’s shelves, and then discussing their loot.
The full line-up of artists will perform over the course of two long weekends, first from 23 April to 26 April, and then from 30 April to 3 May.
The series features intimate conversations between much-admired musicians, composers and producers and the podcast's host Scott Goldman.
Lauryn Hill, Gladys Knight, Jamie Cullum, Chick Corea, Gogo Penguin, Mahalia and Kamaal Williams have already been confirmed for this year's event.
Trailed by the single, 'Billy Jack', Bailey's new album is due out on Verve on 21 June.
This year's event has already confirmed stellar artists such as Gladys Knight, Jamie Cullum and Chick Corea.
Burt Bacharach, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Macy Gray are also among the big names who have already been announced for the event.
Blue Note president Don Was brought in 'Tone Poet' Joe Harley to produce the label's 80th anniversary audiophile series.