Bob Cranshaw Interview with Jon Hammond at JEN Atlanta Jon’s Journal January 5 2013

*WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: Bob Cranshaw Interview with Jon Hammond at JEN 2013

http://archive.org/details/BobCranshawInterviewWithJonHammondAtJen2013

Youtube http://youtu.be/ckhvUE4Pis4

Bob Cranshaw the great Jazz bassist, recording artist, educator and Local 802 Jazz Consultant Executive Board Member here interviewed by Jon Hammond at the 2013 JEN Jazz Education Network Conference in Atlanta GA. Bob tells an incredible story about the recording date with Lee Morgan on the classic album The Sidewinder.
Bob Cranshaw Wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Cranshaw
special thanks to Mary Jo Papich, Rick Condit – Jazz Education Network
http://www.HammondCast.com

Atlanta GA — Army Blues “Pershing’s Own” with Wycliffe Gordon – incredible smokin’ concert last night at 4th Annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference 2013 – Jon Hammond

— with Wycliffe Gordon at Hyatt Regency Atlanta

2 of my favorite musician Bob’s: Bassist Bob Cranshaw and tenor saxophonist Bob Mintzer in Atlanta GA at the 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference

- Jon Hammond

Jon Hammond and Frank Alkyer at the very prestigious DownBeat Magazine Stand

at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA
http://www.namm.org/nammu/presenters/frank-alkyer
Frank Alkyer is the publisher of DownBeat, Music Inc. and UpBeat Daily magazines–all produced by Maher Publications, a family-owned company based in Elmhurst, Ill. He joined the company as editorial director in 1989 and he was named associate publisher in 1992 and publisher in 2003.

Alkyer began his career as a newspaper reporter. In the early 1980s, he served as statehouse reporter for the Youngstown Vindicator in Youngstown, Ohio. He then served as a general assignment reporter for the Jersey Journal in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he covered everything from police and city hall to entertainment and business.

He is a founding board member of Jazz Alliance International and the Jazz Education Network as well as an advisory board member of the Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz and the Litchfield Jazz Festival. He is also a member of American Society of Business Publication Editors.

He has proudly hosted Best In Show at NAMM since its inception in 2005.

Alkyer lives in the Chicago area with his wife and daughter. Every now and again, he still finds time to go into the basement and play a little guitar. He plans to get really good when he retires in about 30 years and has more time.

Teruo Goto
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Elizabeth Levy
Works at 3rd satellite from our Sun

Joe Berger
King at Self employed

Gale Nudelman
Works at Gap

Lori Helfand
The Ohio State University

Andrew Hadro
Musician at Freelance

Gary Burton
Entertainment at ABC News Radio

Dalya Azaria

Katherine White
The Ohio State University

Pete Gamber
Educational Rep Southern California at Music & Arts

Sue Neely Hagedorn
Albion College

Mark J Williamson
Owner/ President at Williamson Music Co.

John Hasse
Curator of American Music at Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History

Tom Olsen
Marietta, Georgia

Yoichiro Hamahara
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Shari Giddens Helmer
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Katie Maher
Once upon a time at Maher Publications aka Down Beat

The great Brazilian bassist Nilson Matta thanking the owner of the beautiful seasoned acoustic bass, before playing the hell out of it “Samba Meets Jazz!” at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nilson_Matta
Nilson Matta is a premier Brazilian bassist and composer. He has been based in New York City since 1985. He is also known for his work with Trio Da Paz, Don Pullen African Brazilian Connection, Joe Henderson, Yo Yo Ma and Nilson Matta’s Brazilian Voyage.
Nilson’s latest project, called Nilson Matta’s Brazilian Voyage, is an exciting group playing many of Matta’s original songs mixed with Brazilian standards. For this album, Nilson called Harry Allen, Anne Drummond, Klaus Mueller, Ze Mauricio and Mauricio Zotterelli into the studio. The album, produced by Nilson and Luisa Matta is dedicated to his native country of Brazil. It literally takes the listener on a “Brazilian Voyage” through the many regions of that country.

Jon Hammond, bassist Bob Cranshaw, trumpeter Blake Martin at Local 802 Musicians Union stand at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Bob Cranshaw’s career career spans the heyday of Blue Note Records to his recent involvement with the Musicians Union –

known to many as long-time bassist on Sesame Street TV Show – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Cranshaw
Melbourne R. “Bob” Cranshaw (born December 10, 1932, in Evanston, Illinois) is an American jazz bassist. His career spans the heyday of Blue Note Records to his recent involvement with the Musicians Union. He is perhaps best known for his long association with Sonny Rollins. Cranshaw has been in Rollins’s working band on and off for almost five decades, starting with the 1962 album The Bridge.
Some of Cranshaw’s best-known performances include on Lee Morgan’s The Sidewinder and Grant Green’s Idle Moments. Cranshaw also served as the sole session bassist to Sesame Street and The Electric Company songwriter and composer Joe Raposo, and played bass guitar on all songs, tracks, buttons and cues recorded by the Children’s Television Workshop during Raposo’s tenure.
Although he lacks the name recognition of other bassists, Cranshaw has performed and recorded with a wide range of leading jazz artists, including Ella Fitzgerald, Dexter Gordon, Grant Green, Coleman Hawkins, Jimmy Heath, Joe Henderson, Johnny Hodges, Freddie Hubbard, Bobby Hutcherson, J. J. Johnson, Jackie McLean, Hank Mobley, Thelonious Monk, James Moody, Lee Morgan, Wes Montgomery, Oscar Peterson, Buddy Rich, George Shearing, Wayne Shorter, Horace Silver, Shirley Scott, Stanley Turrentine, McCoy Tyner, Sonny Rollins, George Benson, and Joe Williams.
Along with Wes Montgomery’s brother Monk, Cranshaw was among the early jazz bassists to trade his upright bass for an electric bass. He was criticized for this by jazz purists, although he was forced to switch by a back injury incurred in a serious auto accident.
Throughout his long and distinguished career he has also performed on hundreds of television shows and film and television scores. He appears on The Blue Note Story, a 90-minute documentary of the famed jazz label.
Cranshaw was also a founding member of the short-lived MJT + 3 (Modern Jazz Two) that included Frank Strozier on alto saxophone, Harold Mabern on piano, Willie Thomas on trumpet, and Walter Perkins on drums. The Chicago-based group produced several albums, a number for Vee-Jay Records. Another vintage Cranshaw jam, 1964’s Blue Flames, featuring Shirley Scott, Stanley Turrentine and Otis Finch, was recorded for Prestige Records. Cranshaw also played live shows for tap dancer Maurice Hines, along with friend and drummer Paul Goldberg.
Discography:
As sideman
With Nat Adderley
Sayin’ Somethin’ (1966, Atlantic)
With Gene Ammons
Gene Ammons and Friends at Montreux (Prestige, 1973)
With Jaki Byard
Out Front! (Prestige, 1964)
With Johnny Coles
Little Johnny C (Blue Note, 1963)
With Sonny Criss
Up, Up and Away (Prestige, 1967)
The Beat Goes On! (Prestige, 1968)
With Frank Foster
Manhattan Fever (Blue Note, 1968)
With Dexter Gordon
Clubhouse (1965 – released 1979, Blue Note)
With Grant Green
Idle Moments (1963, Blue Note)
Matador (1964, Blue Note)
With Barry Harris
Chasin’ the Bird (Riverside, 1962)
Luminescence! (Prestige, 1967)
With Eddie Harris
Cool Sax from Hollywood to Broadway (Columbia, 1964)
With Joe Henderson
Inner Urge (1964, Blue Note)
With Maurice Hines
Maurice Hines: To Nat “King” Cole With Love (2005, Arbors Records)
With Bobby Hutcherson
The Kicker (1963 – released 1999, Blue Note)
Happenings (1966, Blue Note)
With Milt Jackson
Milt Jackson Quintet Live at the Village Gate (Riverside, 1963)
In a New Setting (Limelight, 1964)
Milt Jackson and the Hip String Quartet (Verve, 1968)
With Yusef Lateef
The Blue Yusef Lateef (Atlantic, 1968)
With Johnny Lytle
The Village Caller! (Riverside, 1963)
The Loop (Tuba, 1965)
With Junior Mance
Junior’s Blues (Riverside, 1962)
With Jackie McLean
Right Now! (1965, Blue Note)
With Grachan Moncur III
Evolution (1963, Blue Note)
With Wes Montgomery
Movin’ Wes (1964, Verve Records)
Bumpin’ (1965, Verve)
With Lee Morgan
The Sidewinder (1964, Blue Note)
With Oliver Nelson
Oliver Nelson Plays Michelle (Impulse!, 1966)
With Duke Pearson
Hush! (1962)
Wahoo! (1964)
Honeybuns (1965)
Prairie Dog (1966)
Introducing Duke Pearson’s Big Band (1967)
The Phantom (1968)
Now Hear This (1968)
How Insensitive (1969)
It Could Only Happen with You (1970)
With Sonny Red
Breezing (Jazzland, 1960)
With Max Roach
Max Roach + 4 on the Chicago Scene (Emarcy, 1958)
With Sonny Rollins
The Bridge (1962, RCA)
Our Man in Jazz (1962, RCA Victor)
Sonny Meets Hawk! (1963, RCA Victor)
This Is What I Do (2000, Milestone)
Sonny, Please (2006, EmArcy)
With Lalo Schifrin
Once a Thief and Other Themes (Verve, 1965)
With Shirley Scott
Great Scott!! (Impulse!, 1964)
Queen of the Organ (Impulse!, 1964)
Latin Shadows (Impulse!, 1965)
Soul Song (Atlantic, 1968)
With Horace Silver
Serenade to a Soul Sister (1968, Blue Note)
With Paul Simon
There Goes Rhymin’ Simon (1973, Columbia)
With Billy Taylor
Impromptu (Mercury, 1962)
With Bobby Timmons
Do You Know the Way? (1968, Milestone)
With Stanley Turrentine
Hustlin’ (1964, Blue Note)
Easy Walker (1966, Blue Note)
The Spoiler (1966, Blue Note)
With Jack Wilson
Easterly Winds (1967, Blue Note)
With Kai Winding
The Incredible Kai Winding Trombones (1960, Impulse!)
With The Young Lions
The Young Lions (1960, Vee-Jay Records)

“Where’s the Melody?” workshop presentation by Rick Dimuzio at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA

- Rick DiMuzio is a jazz saxophonist, composer, and Berklee professor http://www.rickdimuzio.com/about_Rick_DiMuzio.php Jon Hammond

Bob Mintzer conducting the USC Thornton Jazz Orchestra at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA, smokin’ set! Jon Hammond

— with Bob Mintzer at Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Joe Berger
King at Self employed

Steve Wiggins
Flight Attendant at ExpressJet Airlines

Carl Dershem
File Guy at Appellate Defenders, Inc.

Cristina Alexandra Pascoal
Saint Louis, Missouri

Yoichiro Hamahara
代表取締役 at 株式会社エス・ディ・アイ

Elizabeth Tomboulian
Owner/Practitioner at Quantum Energetics Therapy

Roberto Q. Dias

Amber Whitlock
George Mason University

Michael Di Amore

Russell Bundy Jr
Musician/Saxophonist at U.S. Army Materiel Command Band

Jose Gurria-Cardenas
USC

Livio Tagliapietra
The New Scool of Jazz and Contemporary Music

Jeff Ortmann
Northeastern Illinois University

Francesco Sax
Works at Docente Miur

John Reynolds

Dave Songer
The Hamburgler at SD Music Publishers

Juan Ramon Hernandez

Robert Morgan
University of North Texas

Richard Lee
Five Towns College

Kit Cotter
Maleny, Queensland

Gino Baffo
Music Producer and Recording Studio Design and Build at Freelance

Atlanta GA — Hyatt Regency Atlanta, located on Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta – location for JEN Jazz Education Network Conference (4th annual) in-progress right now

- Jon Hammond — at Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Drummer Matt Wilson on the bandstand for a smokin’ set with Nilson Matta “Samba Meets Jazz!” at 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA – Jon Hammond

— with Matt Wilson

Adam MacBlane back in the USA! and Jon Hammond at .P Mauriat HQ Stand – 4th annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference

Adam MacBlane, Jon Hammond, and Blake Martin at .P Mauriat HQ Stand at 4th Annual JEN Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA

Blake Martin is currently studying for his music, jazz studies (trumpet) and a member of the USC Thornton Jazz Orchestra led by Bob Mintzer. — with Adam MacBlane at Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Joe Berger

King at Self employed

Yoichiro Hamahara

代表取締役 at 株式会社エス・ディ・アイ

Scotty MacBlane

Pikes Peak Community College

Pat YU

Works at P.Mauriat

Jethro Torres

University of the Philippines Diliman

Joe Testa Director of Artist Relations Vic Firth Company and Jon Hammond

at 4th annual JEN / Jazz Education Network Conference – Atlanta GA

Mark O’Connor and Adam MacBlane at P Mauriat HQ Stand in Exhibition Hall at JEN – 4th annual Jazz Education Network Conference Atlanta GA

- Jon Hammond — with Adam MacBlane

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天主教崇光女子高級中學

黃瑜兒

Dru Stowe

Connie James
University of South Carolina

Michael W. Shobe
University of North Texas

Pamela Tsai
Taipei

Jethro Torres
University of the Philippines Diliman

Steve Huang
Taipei, Taiwan

Scotty MacBlane
Pikes Peak Community College

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