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Patrick Jarenwattananon

Patrick Jarenwattananon appears in the following:

Jazz Journalists Association Recognizes Its Musicians Of The Year

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Longtime friends and collaborators Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter headline the numerous performing artists, ensembles and recordings awarded for achievement in the year 2013.

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Wayne Henderson, Jazz Crusaders Co-Founder, Dies

Monday, April 07, 2014

The trombonist and three fellow musicians from Houston started one of jazz's most popular groups in the 1960s. As the times changed, so did their music — and their success magnified further.

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Matthew Stevens Group: Live At Berklee

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Whether executing the new visions of his peers or fielding calls from veterans, few young jazz guitarists are as highly tipped. Matthew Stevens leads a band in songs from his forthcoming debut album.

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Recommended Dose: The Best Dance Tracks Of March

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Bruising basslines, staccato synths and rave-worthy rhythms: It's our five favorite electronic dance tracks of the last month.

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'A Love Supreme' Comes Alive In Unearthed Photos

Friday, March 28, 2014

The great jazz photographer Chuck Stewart recently found six rolls of 50-year-old film in his archive. They contained previously unpublished shots of John Coltrane recording his masterpiece.

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First Listen: The Bad Plus, 'The Rite Of Spring'

Sunday, March 16, 2014

A jazz trio plays the score to Igor Stravinsky's gloriously noisy, 101-year-old fever dream of a ballet as literally as possible — and still manages to sound like itself.

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Warren Wolf And Wolfpack: Live At Berklee

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

The Baltimore native plays mean piano and drums, but he's made his biggest mark as a bandleader with his mallets. The jazz vibraphonist visits his alma mater to lead his quintet in concert.

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First Listen: Ambrose Akinmusire, 'the imagined savior is far easier to paint'

Sunday, March 02, 2014

The young trumpeter may be the most buzzed-about, sought-after player of his generation. Does the broad vision of his new album live up to the outsized expectations?

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Rail, Radio And Booze: A Look At Montreal Jazz History

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Thanks to prohibition and trains, the Canadian city became known as a nightlife capital. A web documentary traces how Oscar Peterson and others emerged from the black neighborhood of Little Burgundy.

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After 18 Years Of Marriage And Two Children, A Couple Releases Their Debut Albums

Friday, February 14, 2014

Growing up in Denver, Rudy and Shamie Royston dreamed about moving to a jazz hub like New York. After a few welcome delays to teach and raise a family, they're beginning to pursue careers as performing musicians.

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Because It's Never Too Soon To Survey The Year In Jazz, 5 Songs For 2014

Friday, February 14, 2014

It may seem as if jazz recordings have slowed to a flurry, but it's more like a blizzard, with dozens already coming down in the new year. Hear highlights from a few albums worth shoveling out, by Archie Shepp, Edward Simon, James Brandon Lewis and more.

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'When The Bus For The Record Label Comes By': Behind Hot Tone Music

Sunday, February 09, 2014

Facing no interest from record labels, jazz bassist Mimi Jones made two albums under her own imprint. Along the way, she signed two "amazing, bad-ass" musicians — who also happen to be black female instrumentalists.

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Dave Brubeck Was The Macklemore Of 1954

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Sixty years ago, a jazz pianist found himself in much the same bittersweet position as a rapper did on Sunday night. Surely proud of their hard work, they also sensed that their privilege as white musicians had something to do with their new success.

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Guillermo Klein: Live At Berklee

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The composer and bandleader mixes Argentine folk forms, New York's jazz talent pool and a postmodern mash-up imagination. He returns to his alma mater, a core group of bandmates in tow, to coach a performance of his own uniquely beguiling music.

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Robert Glasper Experiment: Tiny Desk Concert

Monday, January 20, 2014

The pianist builds R&B with old-school values: singers who don't need software, live improvising, hand-built beats. They're jazz aesthetics, essentially — readily evident when members of his Grammy-winning Experiment band jam with singer Marsha Ambrosius.

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Winter Jazzfest 2014: Tips Of The Iceberg

Monday, January 13, 2014

Jazz writers and broadcasters recap the New York City event, now in its 10th year. Plus, see photos from the music marathon, which took place Friday and Saturday.

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The 2014 NEA Jazz Masters Concert

Sunday, January 12, 2014

The highest federally supported award for jazz artistry goes to four individuals this year. In a live performance from Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York, Anthony Braxton, Richard Davis, Jamey Aebersold and Keith Jarrett are honored.

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Wynton Marsalis Septet: Live In New York

Monday, January 06, 2014

Much as families reunite around the holidays, Jazz at Lincoln Center's artistic director convened his own family reunion of sorts at the end of the year. His working band of the '90s — one of his best — came together again to ring in 2014.

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Cecile McLorin Salvant: Live In Washington, D.C.

Wednesday, January 01, 2014

A 24-year-old with a taste for finely aged songs, the vocalist was one of the breakout jazz stars of 2013. Accompanied by pianist Aaron Diehl's trio, she performs at the Kennedy Center's Mary Lou Williams Festival.

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Donald Harrison Quintet: Live At Berklee

Wednesday, January 01, 2014

A Jazz Messenger, a Young Lion, a New Orleans torchbearer, a mentor for new talent: when leading bands, the "King of Nouveau Swing" merges all that and more. The alto saxophonist leads a young rhythm section on New Year's Eve.

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