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Twenty-Seven Interviews By Thomas R. Erdman.
This work is one of the most complete collections of in-depth commentary on the state of jazz music today.

These interviews illustrate the interplay of creativity that occurs during high-level interactions between musicians.

 1.Vince DiMartino, 2. Kenny Wheeler, 3. Terence Blanchard, 4. Lew Soloff, 5. Rick Braun, 6. Freddie Hubbard, 7. Dave Douglas, 8. Irvin Mayfield, 9. Darren Barrett, 10. Jeff Beal, 11. Eddie Henderson, 12. Donald Byrd, 13. Tomasz Stanko, 14. Herb Alpert, 15. Wallace Roney, 16. Enrico Rava, 17. Vaughn Nark, 18. David Weiss, 19. Brian Lynch 20. Mark Isham, 21. Eddie Allen, 22. Chris Botti, 23 Mathias Eick, 24. Richard Boulger, 25. Tim Hagans, 26. Nathan Eklund, 27. Mark Rapp

 

“This book is the result of an unusual mix: a jazz musician turned journalist turned music professor. The musician understands the field; the journalist understands the interview; and the professor understands the need to learn and teach others, both aficionados and beginners.” — Dr. Bradley J. Hamm, Indiana University School of Journalism

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