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  1. Best musical teens in the nation roll into town for Vail Jazz WorkshopRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | Vail Daily News

    Vail Jazz Workshop attendee Jasim Perales' inspirations range from everyone between Duke Ellington and John Coltrane to Tribe Called Quest and Kendrick Lamar VAIL - There are some kids who show an early aptitude for athletics and end up the star of their sports team. Then there are kids who can master a trombone or a drum set before they barely outweigh the instrument and go on to be All-Stars.

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  2. Rudy Van Gelder, audio engineer who helped shape venerated jazz recordings, dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | The Washington Post

    Rudy Van Gelder with a recording console at his studio in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., in 1988. Rudy Van Gelder, the audio engineer who helped shape the sound of modern jazz on thousands of recordings, including such influential albums as John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme," Lee Morgan's "The Sidewinder" and Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage," died Aug. 25 at his home in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. He was 91. Blue Note Records spokesman Cem Kurosman confirmed the death but did not provide a cause.

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  3. Gene Wilder, star of - Willy Wonka' and Mel Brooks comedies, is dead at 83Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | Ohio.com

    NEW YORK: Rudy Van Gelder, the audio engineer who helped shape the sound of modern jazz on thousands of recordings, including such timeless albums as John Coltrane's A Love Supreme , Lee Morgan's The Sidewinder and Herbie Hancock's Maiden Voyage, has died.

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  4. Critically acclaimed guitarist Stephane Wrembel is coming to Awendaw GreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | Goose Creek Gazette

    ... way to a style unique to him. He finds the space where Django Reinhardt meets Pink Floyd on a path laid by John Coltrane. He has headlined at Lincoln Center, played major festivals, recorded with mandolin legend David Grisman, toured with master ...

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  5. Iman Shumpert makes a cameo with his fianc Teyanna Taylor in new (strange) Kanye West videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 29 | Ohio.com

    ... gineer who helped shape the sound of modern jazz on thousands of recordings, including such timeless albums as John Coltrane's A Love Supreme , Lee Morgan's The Sidewinder and Herbie Hancock's Maiden Voyage, has died. He was 91.

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  6. People in the news - compiled Aug. 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 28 | Ohio.com

    ... gineer who helped shape the sound of modern jazz on thousands of recordings, including such timeless albums as John Coltrane's A Love Supreme , Lee Morgan's The Sidewinder and Herbie Hancock's Maiden Voyage, has died. He was 91.

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  7. Rudy Van Gelder, Legendary Recorder of Jazz, Dead at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Outlook

    Rudy Van Gelder, who recorded some of jazz's masterpieces starting in his parents' living room as artists took to his intimately precise sound, died yesterday. He was 91. Van Gelder supervised John Coltrane's spiritually rooted 1964 "A Love Supreme," often called the greatest jazz album of all time, as well as works by Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins and Horace Silver.

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  8. Remembering Rudy Van Gelder, Jazz's Tireless EngineerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | KQED

    ... 91, which is a great age to live to. He outlasted a lot of the musicians he recorded, including Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus and thousands more. Losing Rudy van Gelder is like losing a fan belt or a distributor cap - a ...

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  9. Rudy Van Gelder, Hackensack native and influential recording engineer, dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | NorthJersey.com

    Hackensack native Rudy Van Gelder, perhaps the most influential recording engineer in the jazz genre, who brought to vivid life the sounds of such legendary artists as Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and Freddie Hubbard, died Thursday morning at his longtime home and studio in Englewood Cliffs. He was 91. He had not been ill and died unexpectedly, said his longtime assistant, Maureen Sickler, who added that Van Gelder was still working as an engineer and pursuing his hobby of nature photography.

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  10. Music Production Aug 25, 2016 Rudy Van Gelder, Dead at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Pro Sound News

    Legendary Jazz engineer Rudy Van Gelder died Thursday, according to reports; he was 91. Over the years, Van Gelder recorded some of the most important jazz artists of the 20th Century, capturing classic albums by John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Donald Byrd, Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter and many others. Born November 24, 1924 in Jersey City, NJ, Van Gelder was drawn to electronics at a young age as a ham radio hobbyist; by the mid-1940s, he had begun recording musicians in a converted room in his parents' house in Hackensack, NJ .

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  11. Farewell voyage: Rudy Van Gelder, jazz's greatest recording engineer, dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Canada.com

    Rudy Van Gelder, whose recording studio became the home of jazz greats including John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock, has died at the age of 91. [PNG Merlin Archive] On December 9, 1964, A Love Supreme, arguably the greatest jazz album ever put to tape, was recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in New Jersey. As important as John Coltrane's masterpiece was, it was just one piece of an enormous puzzle Van Gelder helped engineer: a catalogue of hundreds of classic jazz recordings that all bore his signature sound.

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  12. N.J. jazz giant Rudy Van Gelder, who recorded John Coltrane, Miles Davis, dead at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | NJ.com

    In this 2000 photo, Rudy Van Gelder poses by the organ in his recording studio in Englewood Cliffs. Rudy Van Gelder , a renowned recording engineer who captured jazz greats Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane and many others in his parents' Hackensack living room and later in his eponymous Englewood Cliffs studio, died Thursday at the age of 91 , according to jazz writer Nate Chinen.

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  13. It's all about the blues at London's three-day festRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | The London Free Press

    ... Britain back in the day," said Allman, who started playing guitar at about 15. "But I also enjoy (jazz greats) John Coltrane, Myles Davis, Michael Jackson - I like so many different things. I was never one of those people who loved one thing ...

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  14. Wes Lang Taps John Coltrane for New Large-Scale Paintings in CopenhagenRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | Hypebeast.com

    ... his latest work that is comprised of four large-scale paintings that are an homage to the late and great John Coltrane. The series is aptly named after the Jazz saxophonist's 1964 album The Believer , and is currently on display at the Eighteen ...

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  15. Music In the MomentRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2016 | YourObserver

    ... that Heraclitian description. His mind is a music library bursting with the legacy of Debussy, Ravel, Satie, John Coltrane, Monk, Bill Evans and many others. His fingers find improvisational spaces to explore inside their compositions. Locally, the ...

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  16. John Coltrane - His Greatest Years, Vol. 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2016 | Jazz & Blues Music Reviews

    This is a two-LP collection that is long out of print, but easily obtainable secondhand at a bargain price. It is a sampling of the great saxophonist and composer John Coltrane's work for the Impulse label for which he recorded from 1961 until his death in 1967.

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  17. Our Apple Music Playlist to Help You Get Through Those Thursday Morning LineupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2016 | Hypebeast.com

    Supreme's Fall/Winter 2016 collection made its debut in-store yesterday and, to celebrate, we've taken a look back at some of our favorite music-centric 'preme collabs from years past and put together our latest playlist for Apple Music . While our inaugural playlist included tracks from the likes of Gucci Mane, ScHoolboy Q, Desiigner, Lil Uzi Vert, and Massive Attack, our second iteration taps iconic hip-hop heavyweights like Biggie, Puffy, N.W.A., Dipset, and Raekwon, not to mention a little funk, reggae and soul, too; from James Brown, Isaac Hayes, and Bunny Wailer to John Coltrane and Otis Redding, it's all there.

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  18. The Life of a Song: 'My Favourite Things'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2016 | Financial Times

    For a while in the late 1950s and early 1960s New York jazz musicians competed to turn unlikely tunes into modernist gems: Sonny Rollins, for example, transformed "I'm an Old Cowhand". But fellow saxophonist John Coltrane's choice of "My Favourite Things" as a 13-minute album track seemed perverse.

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  19. Wibecan: Happy birthday to meRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2016 | The Brattleboro Reformer

    ... many people my age remark: "I didn't expect to make it this far." My heroes (Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr, John Coltrane, and others ) passed away in the middle of their productive years and I expected to follow them. But it didn't happen that ...

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  20. Prophets of Rage, Dru Hill dish on DC area concerts this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2016 | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... of Funk" and "Bulls on Parade," the opening riff of which was written by Commerford after listening to John Coltrane. "We all wrote riffs in that; I can speak for the opening riff, that was a riff that I came up with," Commerford said. "That's just ...

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