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Jazz Original: Paul Motian

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

In the late 1950s, Paul Motian became a regular in pianist Bill Evans' famous trio. Today, this influential drummer and composer is known for often performing sans piano. He joins us to talk about breaking a jazz rule with his latest album, Lost In a Dream, which features two young jazz talents: pianist Jason Moran and saxophonist Chris Potter.


Paul Motian

Comments [1]

Patrick R. from BK

We need more people borrowing from Evans, Lafaro, and Motian!

Mar. 10 2010 02:42 PM

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