Ed Enright

DownBeat Contributing Editor

Ed Enright's news entries:

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    ​Recently unearthed trio recordings of Bob James from 1965 find the keyboardist and composer working in a surprising mode.

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    The Apogee Symphony I/O Mk II (clockwise from top left), Carlos Henriquez with the MXL Revelation II and Avid Pro Tools recording platform

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    In honor of its 50th anniversary this spring, Rutgers Jazz Ensemble produced a recording of Count Basie’s arrangement of “Strike Up The Band.” Audio and video elements were recorded remotely by student band members, with tech support provided by faculty and alumni.

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    Maria Schneider’s new release is a double album titled Data Lords.

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    Richie Cole (1948–2020)

    Saxophonist Richie Cole Dies At 72

    Richie Cole, a renowned saxophonist who was championed by DownBeat early in his career and whose passion for bebop-era…

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    Frank Caruso (1948–2019)

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    Montreal-based pianist and jazz educator John Roney will perform his reimagining of Keith Jarrett’s landmark 1975 album The Köln Concert at three major Canadian jazz festivals in June.

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    DownBeat Senior Contributor Michael Bourne (center) receives the Montreal Jazz Festival’s Bruce Lundvall Award from Artistic Director André Ménard (left) and Vice President of Programming Laurent Saulnier on June 30.

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    The progressive rock band King Crimson concludes its concert at the Montreal Jazz Festival on July 3.

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    John Medeski (left), Larry Grenadier, Jack DeJohnette and John Scofield perform as the collective Hudson on June 30 at the Montreal Jazz Festival.


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