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Andre Hayward Interviews Jazz Trombonist Mitch Butler!

posted by Andre Hayward, Full AccessThursday, May 20th 2010 @ 9:23 PM (not yet rated)    post viewed 1138 times

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Hey Jazz Web Shed Friends,

Here's the first of a series of audio interviews I recorded while performing with the New Orleans Jazz Orhestra led by Irvin Mayfield.

This interview is a loose trombone/ jazz improvisation conversation with my good friend & wonderful trombonist, Mitch Butler.

We discuss topics such as altered dominant 7ths, trombone technique, New Orleans music, and many other topics. Enjoy!

Peace & Keep Swinging,

Andre Hayward

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RodrigoGarrido said on Sunday, May 23rd 2010 @ 12:43 PM:

Hi Andre, i can't find the audio file. I hope you could upload soon, i'm lookin forward to listen the interview.

Greetings from Chile.


Andre Hayward
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AndreHayward said on Sunday, May 23rd 2010 @ 6:43 PM:

Hey Rodrigo,

I'm not sure what happened with the audio being lost but I've just uploaded it again. Hope you enjoy the podcast.


Peace & Keep Swinging,

Andre Hayward

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