Newport Archives

Posted by: admin on November 13, 2009 @ 3:19 pm
Filed under: Listening, Music Business News, Music Technology

I just got wind of Wolfgangs Vault opening the flood gates of archived material dating back to the second Newport Festival via Ben Ratliff’s article at the Times.

“…posting free streams of a handful of performances from the 1959 Newport Jazz Festival, at wolfgangsvault.com: the first offerings include Count Basie, Dakota Staton and Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. By next Tuesday, when more are added, there will be 27 sets from that year’s jazz festival, including some by Ahmad Jamal, Joe Williams, Thelonious Monk and Horace Silver. The plan is to have hundreds more online in the coming months, from other years of Newport Jazz and from the Newport Folk Festival as well.”

A couple clicks later, I’m listening. And noticing that I can embed some of this tunage into this post. What nice guys over there, understanding word of mouth and all.

Looking forward to hearing more.

Happy weekend.

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  2. I also discovered the “Vault” this month. I’ve enjoyed listening to some of my favorite musicians performing music that brings back a lot of memories.

    Comment by Chuck Fesperman — November 19, 2009 @ 2:43 am

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