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Interview with John Altman: Part 6

Part six of a six part interview with John Altman over videos contained in the Altman-Koss Video Jazz Archive. Altman and I continue our discussion of his years running The 10 Room, a club in London he started with Patrick … Continue reading

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Interview with John Altman: Part 5

Part five of a six part interview with John Altman over videos contained in the Altman-Koss Video Jazz Archive. This part of the interview gets personal, with Altman departing a bit from the archive to talk about his personal career … Continue reading

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Interview with John Altman: Part 4

Part four of a six part interview with John Altman over videos contained in the Altman-Koss Video Jazz Archive. Choosing a video of Miles Davis on tour the year that Coltrane died, this part of the interview briefly features Altman’s … Continue reading

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Interview with John Altman: Part 3

Part three of a six part interview with John Altman over videos contained in the Altman-Koss Video Jazz Archive. In this segment, we’re watching a video of Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw performing in France in 1998. ***** 14:40: Altman’s … Continue reading

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Interview with John Altman: Part 2

Part two of a six part interview with John Altman over videos contained in the Altman-Koss Video Jazz Archive. As we watch footage Count Basie and Duke Ellington, Altman clues me in on some background information and stories from the … Continue reading

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Interview with John Altman: Part 1

Everybody’s heard John Altman’s music, whether they know it or not: he has composed for some of the world’s most high-profile films, TV shows, and acts, including Titanic and the Monty Python comedy troupe. Alongside a flourishing career as a … Continue reading

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