Interview by Tony Scherman, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1996
The jazz trumpeter and composer talks about his impact on the form and its current state; his involvement in teaching and his proteges; where he's at, and his ambitions; on studying composition, and the nature of compositon and improvisation; his impact as a spokesman; his involvement in the Lincoln Center Jazz Program; on why he's attacked; his current projects; his luck being surrounded by good people, and some of the turning points in his career.
File format: mp3; file size: 87mb, interview length: 1h 30' 39" sound quality: ***
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