Jazzcorner.com Innerviews

Jazzcorner.com Innerviews

86 episodes


Jazzcorner.com Innerviews are vignettes with insightful commentary, interesting sound bites and lots of music with great jazz masters and up and coming jazz musicians. Each podcast ranges in time from 4 minutes to more than an hour



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24 February 2015

Clark Terry - A Full Life Of Jazz

Clark Terry, who was born in 1920, was one of the elite group of jazz artists who played with both Duke Ellington and Count Basie. In this JazzCorner.com Jazz Perspective he doesn't take sides, saying one was better. Count Basie was the master of timing, says Terry, Ellington was the master musician. Clark Terry became famous for playing the trumpet upside down and performing his "mumbles" scat singing routine. Clark Terry, a true jazz treasure, passed away on February 21, 2015. Reese Erlich produced this Jazz Perspective in 2006.​