Jacques Lowe

Jacques’s Contributions

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May 2001    At Home

George Wein

Jazz festival posters from around the world adorn the long corridor leading to the high-rise Manhattan apartment of George Wein and his wife of 40 years, Joyce. Upon entering the apartment, though, a different George Wein emerges, from creator of the Newport...

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March 2001    At Home

David Sanborn

Many years ago, David Sanborn started looking for a place to live where he could play his music day or night, rehearse with his band, perhaps even cut a CD in his own studio without worrying about the neighbors. David loves Manhattan so he limited his search...

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January/February 2001    At Home

Tommy Flanagan

Tommy Flanagan and his wife, Diana, live in a comfortable apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. There is a welcoming warmth about the place, a feeling of a long life happily lived. Books line the walls of every room and mementos from worldwide travels...

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December 2000    At Home

Regina Carter

Regina Carter is a true prodigy. When she was two her mother, a kindergarten teacher, introduced her to the piano. But instead of performing the lessons assigned her she would “paint some notes, take them to her teacher and proclaim, ‘Here is the tune I...

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November 2000    At Home

Cindy Blackman

Cindy Blackman is a potpourri of contradictions. Slightly built, carefully coifed and very feminine, she is a powerful, even volcanic, drummer. A city dweller who often longs for the countryside, Blackman loves to rent a small convertible whenever she can...

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September 2000    At Home

Ira Gitler

Jazz writer Ira Gitler and his wife, painter Mary Jo Schwalbach, live in a brownstone apartment in the choicest part of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, a block away from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They have one son, Fitz, a graphic designer for PC Magazine...

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July/August 2000    At Home

Leni & Mike Stern

The small, two-room apartment of Leni and Mike Stern inmid-town Manhattan is filled with clutter—dozens of instruments of every description, audio equipment, travel cases and plants—plus two white cats. “Welcome to Mike and Leni’s House of Guitars,” Mike...

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June 2000    At Home

Michael Brecker

Like most musicians, saxophonist Michael Brecker spends a great deal of time on the road. He recently returned from a two-week trip to Japan and he regularly performs in Asia, Europe and other parts of the world, living in hotels and dreaming of home, where...

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May 2000    At Home

Joshua Redman

Saxophonist Joshua Redman, a cum laude graduate of Harvard University, turned down Yale Law School to follow in the musical footsteps of his father, Dewey. And at 31, he’s already a highly successful jazzman. Redman, his wife, Gabrielle Armand, and a cat...

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April 2000    At Home

Kenny Barron

Pianist Kenny Barron has resided in the same house in the Midwood section of Brooklyn for the past 27 years. It is an unassuming, three-floor wooden structure where he lives with his wife, Joanne, his daughter, Nicole, and his eleven-year-old granddaughter...

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