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jazz radio: "the scientific method"

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  • Tony Renner
    Please check out the very fine blog St. Louis Jazz Notes, which features news, reviews, commentary and links related to jazz, improvisation and creative music
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 1, 2008
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      Please check out the very fine blog St. Louis Jazz
      Notes, which features news, reviews, commentary and
      links related to jazz, improvisation and creative
      music in St. Louis, Missouri, plus assorted other
      music-related items. The URL is:
      http://stljazznotes.blogspot.com/
      <p>
      Here's what they said about "The Scientific Method:"
      <p>
      Renner brings "Scientific Method" to KWUR
      <p>Local music scene veteran Tony Renner sends word
      that he's now a hosting a jazz radio program from 10
      a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursday mornings on KWUR (90.3 FM).
      The program is called "The Scientific Method" and
      features a mix of vintage and modern sounds; for
      example, the playlist for this week's installment ran
      the gamut from bebop tracks by Bud Powell and Kenny
      Clarke to more recent recordings from the likes of
      Ernest Dawkins' New Horizon Ensemble and the Lincoln
      Center Jazz Orchestra.
      <p>
      Renner's been involved in various aspects of the St.
      Louis music scene since the 1980s; his activities have
      included writing for the seminal local rock fanzine
      Jet Lag, working at community radio station KDHX, and
      playing guitar with various
      experimental/ambient/post-rock groups such as Tiger
      Mountain, Cenozoic and his current project learn,
      artist.
      <p>
      KWUR is the low-power radio station operated by
      Washington University. If you're close to the Wash U.
      campus and get decent FM reception on your radio of
      choice, you may be able to pick it up over the air; in
      other areas, your best bet probably is to access the
      online stream at the station's Web site.</a>
      <p>
      To read the playlist go to:
      http://www.myspace.com/scientificmethodradio


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