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  • Marciac 2008 Video: The Septet plays Spiritual Awakening and S…

    Posted on October 23rd, 2008 | 0

    The Marciac 2008 video series continues with three new video clips filmed on August 6-7, 2008. The following clips will show you the Wynton Marsalis Septet rehearsing a Marcus Roberts’ song entitled: Spiritual Awakening (from the album: Deep in the Shed) and Superb Starling (from Wynton’s album Levee Low Moan). Moreover, we show you also a different take for the song: The Majesty of the Blues. Enjoy…

    (Quicktime 7 is required to view the clips – Right-click on the link to save the video-clip on your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer to download the files, be sure to save the file with the .mp4 original extension and not .mov, because IE automatically changes it. A better solution is to use Firefox instead.)

    - Spiritual Awakening (MP4 – 08:02 min. – 88.8 mb)
    Superb Starling (MP4 – 04:37 min. – 50.7 mb)

    - The Majesty of The Blues (take 2) (MP4 – 12:14 min. – 133.8 mb)

    These video-clips are also available for free directly from our podcast on iTunes Music Store (open directly in iTunes). If you are already subscribed to the podcast, simply update your subscription on iTunes to download the new videos available.
    Feel free to comment these videos and give us your suggestion and review us in iTunes if you found our content helpful.

    Browse the previously published clips for the Marciac 2008 Series or check our Podcast section for all the video series available.

    Septet personnel for these video clips was: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Wycliffe Gordon (trombone); Victor Goines (tenor sax, bass clarinet); Wes “Warm Daddy” Anderson (alto sax); Marcus Roberts (piano); Reginald Veal (bass); Herlin Riley (drums).q

  • Wynton at Colbert Report. Watch the episode

    Posted on October 21st, 2008 | 0

    Yesterday night Wynton was featured guest at Colbert Report. Watch the funny full episode.
    Wynton’s interview starts at min. 14:52 (drag the play cursor to skip other contents of the episode and go directly to the interview)

  • Wynton tells about Jazz and the night on NY1.com

    Posted on October 20th, 2008 | 0

    As part of NY1’s Jazz Lives Here coverage, Arts Reporter Stephanie Simon took a day-long tour of the world of jazz in New York City. In the early morning she interviewed Wynton at home, and he improvised at the piano and with the trumpet and told some funny anecdotes.
    Check the video on NY1.com

  • Wynton to be featured on Colbert Report

    Posted on October 17th, 2008 | 0

    On Monday 20, Wynton will be the featured guest on THE COLBERT REPORT, on Comedy Central!
    Tune in on Monday, October 20 at 11.30 p.m. ET. Check your cable listings for channel information.

  • Get a free Jazz Book with special fall promotion on Wynton&#82…

    Posted on October 14th, 2008 | 0

    Wynton’s store on Music Today has a special promotion for Fall 2008.
    – Free Jazz Book with every order
    – 20% off CDs and Videos
    – 25% off clothing
    – 30% off books
    Check all the items available on Wynton’s store.

  • Marciac 2008 Video: The Septet plays Sunflowers and The Majest…

    Posted on October 11th, 2008 | 0

    Our Marciac 2008 video series continues with two new video clips filmed on August 6-7, 2008. The following video clips will show you the Wynton Marsalis Septet rehearsing two great tunes from Wynton’s albums entitled: “The Marciac Suite” and “The Majesty of The Blues”.
    Septet personnel was: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Wycliffe Gordon (trombone); Victor Goines (tenor sax, bass clarinet); Wes “WarmDaddy” Anderson (alto sax); Marcus Roberts (piano); Reginald Veal (bass); Herlin Riley (drums).

    (Quicktime 7 is required to view the clips – Right-click on the link to save the video-clip on your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer to download the files, be sure to save the file with the .mp4 original extension and not .mov, because IE automatically changes it. A better solution is to use Firefox instead.)

    - Sunflowers (MP4 – 12:03 min. – 131.3 mb)
    The Majesty of The Blues (The Puheeman Strut) (MP4 – 10:03 min. – 114.1 mb)

    These video-clips are also available for free directly from our podcast on iTunes Music Store (open directly in iTunes). If you are already subscribed to the podcast, simply update your subscription on iTunes to download the new videos available.
    Feel free to comment these videos and give us your suggestion and review us in iTunes if you found our content helpful.

    Browse the previously published clips for the Marciac 2008 Series or check our Podcast section for all the video series available.

    More video clips from the Septet rehearsals to come soon…

  • Wynton on social networks and iPhone

    Posted on October 8th, 2008 | 0

    If you are interested in social networks now you can add Wynton’s page on the most popular ones. Check his pages on: Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Bebo and hi5.

    Moreover, if you use the iPhone to browse the web, now you have a custom icon for this web site. Follow our instructions to have it on your home screen:
    Fire up Safari and load up our web site. Then touch the little plus icon to add a bookmark, the screen below will pop up. Touch add to home screen and confirm, now you should have a nice glass icon somewhere on your home screen. Voila! Following you will find a screenshot of the custom icon.

  • Marciac 2008 Video: The Septet plays “Altar Call” ...

    Posted on October 3rd, 2008 | 0

    Our Marciac 2008 video series continues with two new video clips filmed on August 6-7, 2008. The following video clips will show you the Septet rehearsing two great tunes from Wynton’s album: “In This House, On This Morning”.
    Septet personnel was: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Wycliffe Gordon (trombone); Victor Goines (tenor sax, bass clarinet); Wes “WarmDaddy” Anderson (alto sax); Marcus Roberts (piano); Reginald Veal (bass); Herlin Riley (drums).

    (Quicktime 7 is required to view the clips – Right-click on the link to save the video-clip on your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer to download the files, be sure to save the file with the .mp4 original extension and not .mov, because IE automatically changes it. A better solution is to use Firefox instead.)

    - Altar Call (MP4 – 06:46 min. – 76.3 mb)
    Son (MP4 – 06:16 min. – 71.1 mb)

    These video-clips are also available for free directly from our podcast on iTunes Music Store (open directly in iTunes). If you are already subscribed to the podcast, simply update your subscription on iTunes to download the new videos available.
    Feel free to comment these videos and give us your suggestion and review us in iTunes if you found our content helpful.

    More video clips from the Septet rehearsals to come soon…

  • Two Men With The Blues DVD to be released on October 28

    Posted on October 1st, 2008 | 0

    On October 28, 2008, Eagle Eye Media will release “Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center New York City” on DVD by Wynton Marsalis and Willie Nelson. (pre book date October 8, retail sales price $14.98).
    Tracks are inter cut with interviews of both men where they expound articulately about the material and the presentation. Following you can also give a look to the DVD trailer…

    The trailer is available as download.

    Track Listing:
    1. Rainy Day Blues
    2. George On My Mind
    3. Bright Lights Big City
    4. Basin Street Blues
    5. Caldonia
    6. Night Life
    7. Stardust
    8. My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It
    9. Ain’t Nobody’s Business
    10. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
    11. Sweet Georgia Brown
    12. That’s All
    13. Down By The Riverside

  • Wynton’s new composition for Michigan reviewed

    Posted on September 30th, 2008 | 0

    Last week, in East Lansing and Detroit (MI), Wynton premiered his new composition: “Two in Three”, commissioned by Michigan State University College of Music and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra . The concerts were reviewed by Detroit Free Press and by East Lansing City Pulse. Check the setlist for the JLCO fall tour 2008 for more info about the tunes they played.
    Following, you can enjoy some pictures of Wynton’s master class in East Lansing at MSU…

    Wynton with Rodney Whitaker at MSU (photo: Max Colley III)