Wed, 27 August 2014
Cary Ginell spent a half-hour with Dave Drexler on “Inside Art” on KSDS in San Diego talking about The Evolution of Mann. Cary never lets us down with his great interviews. Give it a listen!
About the Book More than any other musician, Herbie Mann was responsible for establishing the flute as an accepted jazz instrument. Prior to his arrival, the flute was a secondary instrument for saxophonists, but Mann found a unique voice for the flute, presenting it in different musical contexts, beginning with Afro-Cuban, and then continuing with music from Brazil, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Japan, and Eastern Europe.
Cary Ginell is an award-winning author, annotator, discographer, and music historian whose expertise encompasses a wide variety of musical genres. He has been honored five times by the Association for Recorded Sound Collections, is a recipient of the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award, and was nominated for a Grammy. Mr. B is his seventh book.
Inside Art Every Sunday evening at 6pm, join host Dave Drexler to hear interviews with the leaders in the San Diego art scene, as well as find out about some of the more underground artistic offerings in the county. Musicians, painters, actors, writers are all given a look on Inside Art. Learn more here.
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