Recent history of black oral music (1995 to present) betrays the evolution
and convergence of story telling and social movement(s) historically held
(Reconstruction to the 1980s), and told through a communal lens.
Sadly, a tradition that has witnessed the rise of materialis...
We have much to be thankful for
with the richness of people and institutions
currently working to keep jazz thriving in Portland.
Add to those already mentioned:
Bob Dietsche and Lynn Darroch - jazz historians
(over 40 years);
David Friesen, John Stowel...
A slow burning controversy is reignited with a generational, conflated
debate: White musician morphs, masquerade, or transgressions into Black music
forms. From pop dual The Righteous Brothers and their 'blue eyed soul', to
Jeff Lorber's jazz fusion, and Bruno Mars and Just...
Generic thanks giving ritual. Call in and give thanks for whatever. What have
With special guest DJ Martinibomb of Freeform Portland and soon WFMU's
Sheena's Jungle Room program Medium Cool.
Ingredients consisted of:
The Motern Media Holiday Singers - Thanks For ...
Includes a short tribute to music legend Roy Clark who recently passed.
No One Receiving
Before And After Science
Virgin EMI Records
Never for Ever
A Demon Like...
The Gospel of Jazz: The Fine Line Between Secular and Religious Music.
The music known as jazz evolved from songs of spirit,faith, labor, urban
life, and protest.
These complex music transfers migrate across music genres, and over the
passage of time, accumulate in the sou...
She Wrote It