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The Brooklyn Paramount Radio Jazz Show Interviews
[Box Set One - Host: Dr. Michael Hittman]


$65.00

These “live” in-studio interviews are reproduced from broadcasts originally heard between 2002-2009 on various series on WLIU’s NPR radio station, showcasing these leading jazz critics and writers:

1. Phil SchaAp  7-time Grammy Winner & WKCR Radio Host: On Brooklyn Bebop

2. Gary Giddins  Village Voice critic & noted author of Bing: A Pocketful of Dreams w/Norman Steinberg  “Blazing Saddles”: On Jazz in Films & Films on Jazz 

3. Ira Gitler  Prestige Label liner notes, author of From Swing to Bebop

4. Jean Bach  Filmmaker: “Great Day In Harlem”  w/Lee Lowenfish (Branch Rickey: Baseball’s Ferocious Gentleman): The Making of ‘A Great Day’  

5. Dr. Robin D. G. Kelley  Monk: The Life & Times of an American Original: “Three  Great Jazz Marriages” Joe Franklin (“The Joe Franklin Show”): “18 Minutes of Fame: At the Brooklyn Paramount”

6. Tadd Hershorn  Institute of Jazz Studies, Author: Norman Granz 

7. Wendy Oxenhorn  Executive Director, Jazz Foundation of America:  Providing Social Services to Jazz Musicians In-Need

8. Michael Pelias  Radical Jazz Writers

9. Howard Mandel  President Jazz Foundation of America, Author Free Jazz  w/ Dr. Ralph Engleman  Journalism Department:  On Cecil Taylor 

10. Dr. Arnold Krupat  Sarah Lawrence College: Jack Kerouac Jazz

“Sounds,” “In The Pocket” & “The Four Faces of the Brooklyn Paramount” 

were engineered by Sheila McCarthy, Majestic, Ian Bock, & Edwian Stokes

Noted authority and author of several books about Native Americans, Dr. Michael Hittman was invited to turn his attention from America’s indigenous people and apply those interviewing skills in an NPR-jazz ser

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