October
10th 2011
The Jazz Session #316: Jason Crane

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Andrea Wolper hosts the show and interviews me. Trust me, it was her idea. In this interview, I talk about how I make each episode; why I interview musicians and what about them interests me; and how poetry has become a major part of my life. Learn more at thejazzsession.com and jasoncrane.org.

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  1. jasoncrane.org » POEM: avalanche on 10 Oct 2011 at 11:28 pm #

    […] a little harder to do that with the gear I have in NYC, but given the response to my readings in this interview, I’ve decided to start doing it again. So you can listen to this poem via the player above, […]

  2. Richard Kamins on 22 Oct 2011 at 5:11 pm #

    Jason,
    I decided to start from the beginning again with this interview (it just didn’t work listening in the car at 65 mph (give or take) zipping to work. Honest, refreshing, revealing, a true conversation (as are the great majority of the Jazz Session interviews), and, as usual, I learn what I should be doing when it comes to interviews (never too old to learn).

    Thanks,
    Richard

  3. Jason Crane on 22 Oct 2011 at 5:26 pm #

    Thanks, Richard, That’s very kind.

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