Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Norman Johnson Reviewed on Improvijazzation Nation

Norman Johnson - IF TIME STOOD STILL:

Improvijazzation Nation Rotcod Zzaj
Issue # 105 -

Includes reviews for at least 36 other artists

If the words "laid-back" & "groove" fit the mood you're in, you'll definitely want to listen to this debut CD from Norman... the opening track,"It's Time To Fly" will set the mood for the rest of the 10 highly-inspired tracks, no doubt. Norman's got a cast of players far too long to itemize here, so you'll have to buy the CD to get that. He's been around for many years, playing with folks like Dave Brubeck, Harvie S (also reviewed in this issue) & Phil Wilson, just to name a few; he shows on this CD that he has a marvelous talent for making music that will enchant your ears and capture your heart instantly. I just loved "Always and Forever," which takes us back to a magical time when music was an inspiration (think Wes, think Wes, think Wes). It was the soulful "Can I Get An Amen" that captured my vote for favorite, though... it will make a believer out of you, no doubt! I've no doubt that we'll be hearing lots more from Mr. Johnson in the next few years, and I'm truly looking forward to that. I give him a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, and an "EQ" (energy quotient) rating of 4.96.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Interview with Gteen Screen Author, Jeff Foster

Jeff Foster had the pleasure of being interviewed by Michael Ray Dresser for his online radio program “Dresser After Dark” to discuss his book, “The Green Screen Handbook."

Mr. Dresser is known to interview experts and authors over a range of topics and took interest in Jeff's book for technology.

The interview airs tonight, August 5, at 7:00pm PDT on BlogRadio at Dresser After Dark, along with several other authors and topical experts.

You can also hear the interview at: Jeff_Foster-Dresser-Radio_8-4-10.mp3

or get the book or contact Jeff at: