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Horace Parlan: Solo Recordings

22 minutes agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

For much of his recording career, pianist Horace Parlan functioned as a spirited accompanist. He played with Charles Mingus in the late 1950s and then became a house keyboardist for Blue Note Records, appearing behind Lou Donaldson, Tommy Turrentine, Dexter...        

pics: BROOKZILL! @ Blue Note

The group which features Prince Paul and Ladybug Mecca played a late night show on Friday (1/13). Continue reading…

‘The Legend of the Blue Sea’ Ep 17 Review, Ep 18 Preview: Plot Flaws Emerge As K-drama’ Heads Towards Its Final Three Episodes

The Legend of the Blue Sea continues to garner great ratings in South Korea, but numerous fans have noted that the popular K-drama is starting to stagnate. While the plot of the series continues to unravel with each episode, The Legend of the Blue Sea Episode 16 and Episode 17 simply progressed far too slow... Show More Summary

Sounds and Images Come Together Beautifully in Notes on Blindness

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Sounds and Images Come Together Beautifully in Notes on Blindness by Andrew Wright V isually depicting sightlessness is a tough task for even the most inventive of moviemakers. (Derek Jarman’s 1993 film Blue, in which Tilda Swinton and...Show More Summary

As Filled Negro Notes The Growing Violence In Philly AND The Larger Payout For "Racial Assaults", He Suggests That His Followers Move To Texas To Turn It "Blue" But Use His Services IF They Get Thrown To The Ground By A Racist Police Officer

COMPARATIVE SOCIAL JUSTICE While The City Of Philadelphia Pays Out Its Record Amount For A POLICE SHOOTING $4,400,000 For A POLICE SHOOTING In Philly Source Source If YOU Are A DEFENSE ATTORNEY You Would Build A Practice In THE CONFEDERATE...Show More Summary

Keyon Harrold ft. Bilal & Big K.R.I.T – Stay This Way

Trumpeter Keyon Harrold taps Bilal and Big K.R.I.T for “Stay This Way”, which he is releasing ahead of the start of his residency tomorrow night at Blue Note in NYC. Listen below. Previously: Lloyd Banks ft. Curren$y & Big K.R.I.T – Change Lanes

BROOKZILL! (Prince Paul, Ladybug Mecca, etc) playing the Blue Note this month

Last year, New York hip hop greats Prince Paul, (fellow De La Soul collaborator) Don Newkirk, and Ladybug Mecca (of Digable Planets) teamed with Brazil's Rodrigo Brandão for a great collaborative album as BROOKZILL! called Throwback to the Future... Continue reading…

The Blue Notes of Blues People: Fred Wilson + Hung Liu + Maren Hassinger + Mark Anthony Neal

'In short talks, artists Fred Wilson, Hung Liu, and Maren Hassinger and scholar Mark Anthony Neal reflect on their current and past work.' -- +Guggenheim Museum

Smackdown Live! Reaction

The Blue Brand of the WWE closed out its year as Smackdown Live! aired on the USA Network. Promising title matches, the WWE wanted Smackdown to go out on a high note. Did it deliver?   The show started off with the return of John Cena. Show More Summary

Monday Recommendation: Dr. Lonnie Smith

3 weeks agoMusic / Jazz : Rifftides

Dr. Lonnie Smith, Evolution (Blue Note) The venerable organist’s doctorate is a figment, but his musicianship and ability to mold combos of any size into formidable units are even more real than when he moved from piano to organ in the 1950s. In this return to the Blue Note label after nearly half a century, […]

Wake Up Call

They say the great songs are timeless, for reasons positive and negative. One such song is “Wake Up Everybody” by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, released in 1975–and sadly, just as relevant now as it was then. It’s hard to listen to the opening lyrics without thinking of the aftermath–in terms of both despair... Read more »

The Blue Notes of Blues People: Xaviera Simmons +Sanford Biggers + Lyle Ashton Harris + Camille A. Brown

'In short talks and performance, artists Xaviera Simmons, Sanford Biggers, and Lyle Ashton Harris and choreographer Camille A. Brown, with pianist Scott Patterson, reflect on their current and past work.' -- +Guggenheim Museum

Norah Jones played a Christmas song with Colbert, touring in 2017

Norah Jones returned earlier this year with her sixth album Day Breaks on Blue Note, and she continued to support it by appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week... Continue reading…

‘Rectify’ Ends a Beautiful Series Finale on a Note of Cautious Optimism

The opening scene of last night’s series finale of Rectify takes place in the past, on the day of the show’s very first episode. Janet (J. Smith-Cameron) stands in her backyard, dressed in a neat blue suit, thinking about the son she lost to death row at age 18 and whom she’s finally bringing home, […]

‘I Felt I Was Not Worthy of Having Survived’

Out of the blue recently, a reader emailed hello@ with a simple note: “I would really love it if The…

Alter-reviews for the week

Just some catching up to do: Chick Corea is wrapping up an amazing--dare I say unprecedented run at the Blue Note club in New York city. Taking advantage of his 75th birthday, which was actually back in June, Chick has called in friends...Show More Summary

Ryan Adams’ New Album ‘Prisoner’ Out Feb 17th – Shares New Single “Do You Still Love?

Ryan Adams has announced that his new album Prisoner will be out February 17th on Pax Am/Blue Note – his first new studio LP since his 2015 take on Taylor Swift’s 1989. The twelve tracks that make up Prisoner came to Adams over a prolific...Show More Summary

Listen to Ryan Adams’ New Song “Do You Still Love Me?”

Ryan Adams has shared “Do You Still Love Me?” the first single from his upcoming album Prisoner. Stream the song below via Apple Music. Prisoner is out February 17 via Pax Am/Blue Note. Prisoner is the follow-up to 1989, Adams’ song-for-song remake of Taylor Swift’s album of the same name (and a project that he does not look back fondly upon). Show More Summary

Ryan Adams Debuts New Album Prisoner In Australia

Ryan Adams been working on a new album for a while now, and he’s just announced that it’s called Prisoner and will be out 2/17 on Pax Am/Blue Note/Capitol. Lead single “Do You Still Love Me?” is officially arriving tomorrow. The album is apparently named after a Jacques stompbox, and Adams performed it in full […]

Son Volt Plans U.S. Tour In Support of ‘Notes of Blue

Son Volt will release their new album, Notes of Blue, on February 17 via Thirty Tigers and the Jay Farrar led outfit will be playing their first full on tour tour in quite some time to support it. The 10 songs on Notes of Blue are inspired by the spirit of the blues, but not the standard blues as most […] The post Son Volt Plans U.S. Show More Summary

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