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John Patitucci: Soul of the Bass

Keeping up with “music of quality that deserves even greater attention.” – Doug Ramsey
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The Legendary John Patitucci On This Month's Groove - The No Treble Podcast

John Patitucci is this month's conversation on Groove - The No Treble Podcast. You can listen the new episode right here: Groove - The No Treble Podcast - Episode #36 - John Patitucci. Who is John Patitucci? What has not been said about the bass playing of John Patitucci? The Brooklyn native started playing the bass when he was twelve years old and has not stopped since. He was a member of three Chick Corea groups: the Elektric Band, the Akoustic Band, and the quartet. While he often switches be...
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Catch up with John Patitucci

Find out what legendary contemporary jazz bassist and composer John Patitucci has been up to! Jon Liebman recently posted an interview with the the busy bassist for his ForBassPlayersOnly.com site. Patitucci discusses his 2017 schedule, his current basses, the state of jazz, and possible upcoming projects!
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Composers Concordance: Joplin 150, February 12th at 3 PM, Spectrum NYC, 121 Ludlow Street #2, New York City, Tickets $15 at Door

Composers Concordance- Joplin 150 -  February 12th at 3pmSpectrum NYC                      'Joplin 150' February 12th at 3pm Tickets $15 at door Spectrum NYC 121 Ludlow Street #2, NYC   FACEBOOK There's a debate about the birth year of Scott Joplin, the great American composer, pianist, and music teacher known as the 'King of Ragtime Writers.' Joplin's tombstone indicates 1868, however many scholars believe it was probably 1867. If the scholars are right,...
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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 and collaborators from almost (but completely) every aspect of his career to do, literally, more shows than I can count in more styles than I can assimilate. Corea gets my vote for the most versatile composer/performer alive, and these shows--many of which were...
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INTERVIEW: Jazz Musician of the Day: John Patitucci

All About Jazz is celebrating John Patitucci's birthday today! Born in 1959 in Brooklyn, New York, John Patitucci began playing the electric bass at age ten. John began composing and performing at age 12. At age 15, he began to play the acoustic bass and at age 16 began the piano.
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Interview: John Patitucci Trio – Remembrance

This week I had the immense pleasure of talking with John Patitucci, from his New York home. The main topic of conversation was the new Album from the John Patitucci Trio album  – “Remembrance” – on Concord Jazz, his sixth album for the label. This is a series of posts, covering the album itself, and […]
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