14th 2011
The Jazz Session #248: Alexis Cuadrado

Posted under Bassists & Podcast

Bassist Alexis Cuadrado has just released an ambitious nonet album, Noneto Iberico (bjurecords, 2011), inspired by the flamenco music of his native Spain. In this interview, Cuadrado talks about the genesis of the record; how having kids changed his focus as a musician; and how the Brooklyn Jazz Underground fosters creative music. Learn more at

Tracks used in this episode: Very Well; Tocar Y Parar; Te Sigo; Solo El Sol Sale Siempre Solo; Los Panchitos.


5 Responses to “The Jazz Session #248: Alexis Cuadrado”

  1. Richard Kamins on 14 Mar 2011 at 1:39 pm #

    As someone who does a lot of phone interviews, I really like your new “format” of face-to-face chats. It makes your show, which is already quite good, even better.

    Be well,

    Alexis C’s new CD is excellent!

  2. Jason Crane on 14 Mar 2011 at 1:48 pm #

    Thanks, Richard. I’m having so much fun doing these interviews in person.

  3. Jason on 15 Mar 2011 at 4:53 pm #

    Jason – another wonderful interview, to say the least, bravo!

  4. Jason Crane on 15 Mar 2011 at 4:57 pm #


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