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A Night In Medina - Randy Weston - Randy Weston’s African Rhythms (File)

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  1. QURESHI: The traditional music of Africa has informed Randy Weston's jazz for some 60 years. (SOUNDBITE OF RANDY WESTON SONG, "CABAN BAMBOO HIGHLIFE") QURESHI: Whether it's Highlife from West Africa or Sufi music from Morocco, Weston has tried to absorb it all. It's a journey that began in segregated Brooklyn in the s.
  2. Randy Weston spent most of his career combining the rich music of the African continent with the African-American tradition of jazz, mixing rhythms and melodies into a remarkable musical stew. Weston received his earliest training from private teachers in a .
  3. Sep 03,  · Remembering Jazz Pianist Randy Weston Jazz pianist Randy Weston died Saturday at age He regarded jazz as an extension of African music, devoting more than half a century to exploring their links.
  4. Explore releases from Randy Weston's African Rhythms at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Randy Weston's African Rhythms at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. Sep 01,  · Randy Weston, an esteemed pianist whose music and scholarship advanced the argument — now broadly accepted — that jazz is, at its core, an African music, died on Saturday at his home in Brooklyn.
  6. Randy Weston’s “African Rhythms” Order Now. Praise for “African Rhythms” Here’s what they’re saying about African Rhythms, the as-told-to autobiography of NEA Jazz Master Randy Weston, Composed by Randy Weston, Arranged by Willard Jenkins, released in October by Duke University Press.
  7. The foundation of Randy Weston’s music was in Brooklyn, N.Y., where legendary jazz drummer Max Roach was a neighbor, but his recording career was launched at the Music Inn in Lenox, rather than.
  8. ‎Placing acclaimed pianist Randy Weston into narrow, bop-derived categories only tells part of the story of this restless musician. Starting with the gospel of bop according to Thelonious Monk, Weston emerged in the early '50s with a series of albums on the Riverside label and dates playing alongside. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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