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The Brooklyn Paramount Radio Jazz Show Interviews #2
[Box Set Two - Host: Dr. Michael Hittman]


These “live” in-studio interviews are reproduced from broadcasts originally between 2002-2009 heard on WLIU’s NPR radio station, showcasing some of the cutting edge jazz musicians in the world today:

1. Clifton Anderson  trombonist/“My Uncle, Sonny Rollins”

2. Karrin Allyson  5 Times Grammy nominated Singer

3. Vijay Iyer  Downbeat International Poll Winner/pianist

4. Sam Newsome  Soprano Saxophonist extrordanaire/Mark Morris collaborator

5. Gene Bertoncini  “The Frank Lloyd Wright of Acoustic Jazz Guitar”

6. Meg Okura  violinist, “On the Pan Asian Ensemble”

7. Rudresh Mahanthappa  alto saxophonist, Director of Princeton University Department of Music

8. D. D. Jackson  pianist, composer, writer, blogger

9. Stephan Wremble  Django gypsy guitarist/Woody Allen film song music collaborator

10. Giacomo Gates  Back From Alaska

“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 series. He recorded 175  interviews as part of his role as Curator/Archivist for the Brooklyn Paramount Theatre Museum Project, on the campus of Long Island University. The theatre was he first in the world built expressly for talking motion pictures in 1928, home of Vaudeville as well as Jazz and Alan Freed’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Jubilees in operation until 1962.  

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