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There are great jazz educators that I meet all the time. I met a guy named Paul Luchessi who has a high school jazz program in Fresno. And Bob Athayde who runs a junior high program in Lafayette, California. And man, we walked into these schools and Paul Luchessi said, "Jon is the composer of Paradox." A hundred or something kids started to.
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We spent all day together [with Phil Wood] at that one particular lesson, which was maybe the third or fourth lesson, in from in the morning to at night. We often did a lot of varied things. It wasn't just about jazz language and the saxophone.
"I love this book by my good friend Jon Gordon. My experience has taught me that a team can do great things but a positive team can do extraordinary things. Jon does a great job of articulating so many different examples of this. I have no doubt the lessons in this .
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Without the connection between our ordained purpose and the work we do, we will never be satisfied; we will always be distracted by what’s just around the corner, what would make this fill-in-the-blank perfect. Jon Gordon’s crafting of the engaging story found within “The Carpenter” reminds us of this at a time when we need it most.
The one very non-traditional element is the children's choir heard on "Without a Song," and Barry Harris's wholesome sermonette "These Are the Things We Need." Drummer Eddie Locke, who plays on these two tracks and on "SKJ," played Gordon a tape of the kids singing one day, and the rest is5/