March
19th 2007
Show #4: Francis Jacob

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Jacob

Jason Crane interviews French guitarist Francis Jacob. Jacob’s career has taken him around the world: France, Switzerland, Boston, Brazil, Paris and now New York. Along the way, he’s picked up a gift for improvisation and a taste for West African music. On his new CD, Side By Side (2006), he combines his many influences and creates two albums in one — the same tunes, played by two wonderfully different bands. Find out more at FrancisJacob.com.

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  1. jasoncrane.org » Blog Archive » The Jazz Session: Francis Jacob & Toru Dodo on 27 Mar 2007 at 2:54 pm #

    […] Show #4: Jason Crane interviews French guitarist Francis Jacob. Jacob’s career has taken him around the world: France, Switzerland, Boston, Brazil, Paris and now New York. Along the way, he’s picked up a gift for improvisation and a taste for West African music. On his new CD, Side By Side (2006), he combines his many influences and creates two albums in one — the same tunes, played by two wonderfully different bands. Listen to the show. […]

  2. Video: Francis & Irene Jacob perform | Newsroom on 12 Mar 2015 at 10:56 am #

    […] trilogy. Francis Jacob, whose 2007 album “Side by Side” was documented with an interview on Jason Crane’s “The Jazz Session,” is the husband of Wagner College professor Margarita […]

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