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The OK Jazz Podcast is a (sometimes)weekly show featuring an eclectic selection of Jazz, Soul and World music. Hosted by Mr. OK Jazz of www.tokyojazzsite.com, home of a directory of Jazz bars and cafes around the Tokyo and Yokohama areas as well as local gig information, interviews and more Also check out my sister podcast Tokyo Jazz Joints about our great photo project documenting jazz spots all around Japan!
 
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Joe Lovano sees "Garden of Expression" as the blossom of the "Seeds of change" of his first recording with Trio Tapestry. A conversation on his view on music, (freedom of) expression and artistic development.Keith LaMar is a 51 year old death row prisoner who's been in solitary confinement for the last 28 years. Jazz has kept LaMar alive and jazz m…
 
Our virtual convention coverage is in full swing, with a deep dive into the happenings at Humanware. Joining J.J. in the simulated Exhibit Hall is Peter Tucic, Blindness Products Brand Ambassador, for his first interview in front of the BBQast microphones. The pair discuss all the features in the new Brailliant BI 20X and 40x units along with how t…
 
The Phoenix Suns didn't follow the Torrey Craig trade with anything just before the NBA trade deadline. Kellan Olson and Kevin Zimmerman use that framework to begin talking expectations for this year's team.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
 
As we lead up to our exhibit hall coverage for 2021, we start with an extended interview and deep dive into GoodMaps. Thanks for listening. Sponsor; Goodmaps, Maps with a Mission J.J. interviews GoodMaps ™ CEO, Jose Gaztambide to learn about the evolution and exciting developments at GoodMaps. Tune in to learn more about GoodMaps ™ indoor positioni…
 
Over the past decade, audio description has become much more prevalent for TV shows, movies, and streaming content. But often, current events, especially those that unfold live, don't get that same treatment. This is just one of the areas which is covered by Talk Description to Me, an informative, dynamic, and casual podcast from Christine Malec an…
 
Special K.O.L. Radio crossover episode! Guest Nick Luscombe chats with us about his varied career as a broadcaster, DJ, compiler and label rep. Originally from the UK, he settled in Japan in early 2020 and is currently working on several new projects, including a weekly live radio show at the CIC building in Tokyo. He also introduces three of his c…
 
He is able to turn on the sun in these dark times. The music and thoughts of one of the most free-spirited musicians from the New York scene in a show where we conduct an interview with William Parker, who has just released "Migration of silence into and out of the tone world".All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com…
 
This is kind of funny. Our last show, episode 220 from December, was in 2020. And now BBQ 221 starts off 2021. Okay, it was funnier when we said it out loud during this show than in print. It s a good thing we have a couple of demonstrations of a new speaker and the Chromecast with Google TV to fall back on instead of us relying on calendar-based h…
 
Behold, our 800th piece of audio content on the site. We originally planned this outlandish over the top celebration thingy, but 2020 being what it is, we have opted out of that and we shall just strike our best couch potato poses while binging out on some audio described content instead. Good thing John Sweet and Petr Kucheryavyy, Senior Managers …
 
Welcome to our 6th annual Blind Bargains Holiday Shopping Guide. Once again, we've brought the deals straight to your audio feed. Sit back and relax as some of your favorite merchants, or perhaps some that are new to you, tell you about their latest products and services as well as some holiday deals. We'd like to sincerely thank all of the compani…
 
It's been awhile since we did a full-on cooking show, and many of our regulars have acquired a growing amount of cooking gadgets and essentials. So we decided to do our biggest cooking show yet, with Shelly Brisbin, Ricky Enger, J.J., and the podcast debut of regular contributor Tangela Mahaffey. In the Kitchen with the BBQ Crew This episode brings…
 
In order to be more environmentally friendly, we at the BBQ decided to combine our October and November Apple event wrap up shows. It is the podcasting equivalent of removing the charger plug from the box. Okay, seriously, we changed things up a bit and invited Greg Stilson on to talk about the new Macs and iPhones. Greg has launched a few products…
 
October is a time for ghouls, ghosts, and game demos. Yep, keeping with a long-standing tradition that happened somewhat organically without us realizing it, we give you another reason to break out the earbuds in order for you to experience life beyond The Vale . And speaking of new experiences, Ricky dropped by the office of beeping and talking to…
 
Summertime is the perfect season for going to the beach, camping, and of course buying computers. Okay, that last one is more geared towards the tech sector who aren t necessarily going to readily engage in the first two activities mentioned. Join Patrick, Joe and first timer Alex Hall As they discuss how each one of them navigated the computer buy…
 
When the world looks ugly, we turn to Bill Frisell's music. Along with Thomas Morgan and Rudy Royston, the guitarist has just released "Valentine". A conversation on music in times of a global pandemic and a month away from the US elections.All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.comPar Carlos Perez Cruz
 
The ninth month on the calendar brings along Pumpkin Spice and another Apple event. Refreshingly the event focused on things that were not the iPhone For a change. Somehow, despite 2020 being well 2020, the event was full of interesting news. Join the BBQ Crew as J.J., Joe and Shelly Brisbin Break down the staggering number of iPads and Apple Watch…
 
It finally happened! Enough stuff has transpired for us to do a proper old school news filled episode. Or as we now call it during the After Times , a retro inspired BBQ show. Join J.J., Joe and Patrick as they learn how to do a thing again that they have spent 10 years already doing prior to the release of this particular audio program. Breaking n…
 
Being a tireless fighter for the protection of the intellectual property as Maria Schneider is, it is not a surprise that her new recording is a reflection on the dark side of the big tech companies and how they impact in our lives.An in depth conversation with one of the greatest composers for jazz orchestra in the last 30 years.All rights reserve…
 
The summer brings the heat and the box fans out from their hiding places from within the closet. We have been laying low to stay cool. And there is nothing like lying under the ceiling fan on a lazy summer day with a big pile of Braille to keep you company. In this episode, courtesy of J.J., you will find two demos and an interview with Jared Rimer…
 
Trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire presents his new album, "On the tender spot of every calloused moment", a "sequel" to his 2011 "When the heart emerges glistening" record on Blue Note. An in depth conversation on music, racism and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the jazz community.All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com…
 
Apple filmed their annual keynote for WWDC in Apple Park, not in front of a live studio audience, where many upcoming changes were announced for software and hardware. J.J., taking time out from gathering requests for Orbit Writer Braille Keyboard Smartphone Companion Preorders, and Joe, trying to steal back the PS4 controller from Ricky so he can …
 
He joined The Bad Plus in 2018 but pianist Orrin Evans has been leading his own music and projects since early nineties. An in depth conversation with Evans on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the jazz community and on racism in the US.All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.comPar Carlos Perez Cruz
 
Born in Detroit, saxophonist JD Allen discovered what it means racism when he left the city. Based on the memories of the slave trade's last survivor, he released "Barracoon". Allen shares with us his experience with racism and how the coronavirus pandemic has hit the jazz community.All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com…
 
It is time for another BBQ Bite, or Byte as we have not really settled on that yet, as we keep delving back into our pile of holiday tech gifts to talk about on the show. In this episode Ricky will talk about what Joe gave her, Sennheiser Ambeoes, and Joe will converse with Ricky about the Bose Frames she provided him. There is a whole lot of movin…
 
Béla Bartók was not only a great composer but also a pioneer in his role as ethnomusicologist. He traveled Transylvania from 1909 to 1917 to record and transcribe melodies. A century later, Lucian Ban, Mat Maneri and John Surman draw inspiration from those sources. A conversation on music and musicians in times of a global pandemic.All rights reser…
 
usually our first "In Studio" episode after convention coverage is the traditional wrap up show where we dissect and discuss a particular event 20 minutes longer than we really should. But, as you already know, these are strange times and we find ourselves amongst the BBQ Crew reflecting on life after CSUN instead of our normal post con conversatio…
 
Both are Canadians, saxophonists, composers and lead together a big band of New Yorkers with whom they recorded "Both are true", released by Greenleaf Records. A conversation on music and musicians in times of the new coronavirus with Anna Webber and Angela Morris.All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com…
 
As J.J. says early on during his interview with Brandon Biggs, Engineer with the Smith-Kettlewell | Eye Research Institute, "There's a lot to unpack here". The pair even commandeered an entire Platinum Ballroom, okay CSUN wasn't using it honest, to talk about indoor navigation and mapping techniques. Tune in, or read the transcript below, to hear h…
 
A running theme throughout our CSUN 2020 coverage has been how strange the event has been due to restrictions on travel that were falling into place at the time of these recordings. Some Exhibitors were unable to attend and props to John Palmer, President of Patriot Vision Industries for showing some , of TrySight's products at their table as a fri…
 
If you do these convention coverage events long enough, well, you end up having some compromising audio and photos being taken of you as a result. Somewhere out there are pictures of Joe with his interview microphone near an odd place on eBot the Robot's chassis. And now the BBQ Crew has a few funny pictures of J.J. thanks to Blindspot Consulting, …
 
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