The Jazz Session #376: Miles Okazaki

Guitarist Miles Okazaki’s new album is Figurations (Sunnyside, 2012), recorded live at The Jazz Gallery in New York City. It’s the third and final album in the series that includes Mirror and Generations. In this interview, Okazaki talks about the series and the different aspects of his music he explored on each album; the Golden Mean and Fibonacci numbers and how they figure into his compositions; why it was important for him to record a live album; and how his artwork informs his music and vice versa. Learn more at milesokazaki.com and follow him on Twitter at @MilesOkazaki.

NOTE: This is Okazaki’s second appearance on The Jazz Session. Listen to our first conversation from 2009.

2 Replies to “The Jazz Session #376: Miles Okazaki”

  1. Hah! I tweeted that very fact the other day when I noticed it. To be fair, half my family is from Kentucky.

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