18th 2011
The Jazz Session #269: TK Blue

Posted under Podcast & Saxophonists

Saxophonist TK Blue’s new CD is Latinbird (Motema Music, 2011). In this interview, Blue talks about his decision to record an album of Parker’s music; his years in Paris and his early days in New York; and how his relationships with Randy Weston, Abdullah Ibrahim and Benny Powell have shaped his life and music. Learn more at

Tracks used in this episode: Chi Chi; Si Si; He Flew Away too Soon; Visa; Bluebird; Barbados; Steeplechase; Buzzy.


3 Responses to “The Jazz Session #269: TK Blue”

  1. George Cole on 26 May 2011 at 9:06 pm #

    I loved the music! I went right out and bought it at Amazon. I love the arrangements…very well done. I dug your interview with TK. He is a great artist! Thx

  2. Jason Crane on 27 May 2011 at 12:28 pm #

    Thanks, George!

  3. ccoimbra on 23 Oct 2013 at 11:04 pm #

    Great saxophonist, I appreciate this music, he has a precise and clear sound …, and I think the pianist also play with swing. I agree people nowadays don’t have attention for solos with 20 minutes.

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