Springsville (comp./arr. John Carisi) Loren Schoenberg Jazz Orchestra
From the album MANHATTAN WORK SONG recorded 1992 Loren Schoenberg, tenor saxophone Tony Kadleck, trumpet Matt Finders, trombone Danny Gottlieb, drums
James Carter came by to check out the Savory Collection again (he says it's like putting the nose back on the Sphinx - like that!) and next thing you know, we were jamming. Yes, we swapped horns!
Listening to the Savory Collection With Loren Schoenberg - from Night Lights on Indiana Public Media.
Loren's radio interviews with the great Mel Lewis are now available online. Visit the Percussive Arts Society website for more information and to listen.
Loren was recently interviewed by Ed Berger, as part of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem's regular Jazz For Curious Readers series. You can listen to the interview on the NJMH website.
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Loren was recently interviewed by All About Jazz. Read "Loren Schoenberg: From Benny Goodman to The Savory Collection"
Loren's classic 1989 interviews with MEL LEWIS on the history of jazz drums are now (partially) available for download courtesy of a professor at Skidmore!
Loren with WBGO producer/engineer Simon Rentner in the studio after recording three JAZZ FROM THE ARCHIVES shows, all accesible at wbgo.org., airing Sunday evenings at 11PM EST.
Listen to Loren in the JAZZ FROM THE ARCHIVES shows, all accesible at wbgo.org, airing Sunday evenings at 11PM EST.
24 - Live from Harlem. Join host Loren Schoenberg for an hour's worth of music recorded at the Savoy Ballroom, The Apollo Theater, Minton's Playhouse, Count Basie's and other Harlem hotspots.
21 - Steak Face - The Genius of Sid Catlett. Being Louis Armstrong's favorite drummer was only one of Catlett's many accomplishments. Host Loren Schoenberg invites you to hear this remarkable drummer in rare recordings with Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington and others.