May
14th 2012
The Jazz Session #372: Maria Neckam

Posted under Podcast & Vocalists

Vocalist Maria Neckam’s latest CD is Unison (Sunnyside Records, 2012). In this interview, Neckam talks about finding her own musical path early in life; writing songs that don’t use traditional forms; her journey from Vienna to Amsterdam to Brooklyn; and the effects of Buddhism on her life and music. Learn more at marianeckam.com and follow her on Twitter at @MariaNeckam.

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  1. Maria on The Jazz Session | Maria Neckam on 14 May 2012 at 10:44 am #

    […] out the interview I did with Jason Crane for The Jazz Session, with snippets from my upcoming album […]

  2. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose on 14 Dec 2012 at 10:30 am #

    […] Vocalist Maria Neckam is a Buddhist. I wouldn’t mention that except that she’s very open about it and I think it informs every aspect of her music. Her album Unison is a tour de force of powerful songwriting fused with an in-the-moment awareness of the interconnectedness of her music with her life and the lives of those around her. Take “I Miss You,” for example, which chronicles a hard life lived and pays homage to those who’ve made Neckam’s current career possible. In a perfect world, this would be pop music on the radio. (Interview) […]

  3. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose - musicBlogs on 17 Dec 2012 at 2:31 am #

    […] Her album Unison is a tour de force of powerful songwriting fused with an in-the-moment awareness of the interconnectedness of her music with her life and the lives of those around her. Take I Miss You, for example, which chronicles a hard life lived and pays homage to those who ve made Neckam s current career possible. In a perfect world, this would be pop music on the radio. (Interview4) […]

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