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Ron Miles headlines Village Vanguard as club reopens

Ron Miles headlines Village Vanguard as club reopens. Ron Miles has a dusty and unpolished sound on the cornet that hints at his Rocky Mountain roots, and unlike your typical high-brass improviser, he rarely resorts to flash or big accents. On stage he is in no hurry, is low-key and playing For audience, yes, but not directly To This.
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After Shuttering for Almost Two Years, the Village Vanguard Reopens to Live Audiences

Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter. The epicenter of jazz history in New York City, and an engine of its future, is up and running again. The Village Vanguard seated a live audience last night for the first time since the pandemic started, welcoming listeners with proof of COVID vaccination.
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Bill Evans Trio Featuring Scott La Faro – Sunday At The Village Vanguard (Promo)

Limited to 3000 only Worldwide. Ultra Rare Promo Copy #P308. Bassist Scott LaFaro’s death in a Geneva, New York car accident ten days after the Sunday, June 25th, 1961 recording of this Village Vanguard set did more than add a tragic luster to the story. It upended what might have been a very different track order here and on Waltz For Debby, the second record sourced using tracks recorded that day by engineer David Jones on a modified Ampex 350 using Scotch 111 tape.
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What’s in my plastic bin? — Mark Frauenfelder

Sign up here to get What’s in my bag? a week early in your inbox. Mark Frauenfelder is the co-founder of BoingBoing, and the founding editor of Make magazine. He is a research director at Institute of the Future, and the author (and illustrator) of seven books. Every week he shares useful tips and recommendations of things that interest him, like interviews, recipes, quotations, and more, in his newsletter The Magnet.
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Billie Eilish’s ‘Happier Than Ever’ leads this week’s online concerts

With her tour scuttled until next year, Billie Eilish set up at an empty Hollywood Bowl for “Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles,” debuting Friday, Sept. 3 on Disney+. The stylish 65-minute show features Eilish performing every song from her chart-topping new album “Happier Than Ever” accompanied on some by her brother Finneas and drummer Andrew Marshall on some tracks, and others by the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra, the Los Angeles Children’s Choir and others -- with animated sequences because it’s, well, Disney.
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