By NPR STAFF July 13, 2014 npr.org
The New Thing In Jazz, Revisited
Impulse Records is the legendary label that proudly delivered the "new thing" in jazz in the 1960s: avant-garde records from the likes of John Coltrane and Pharaoh Sanders. It also helped jazz cross over to a larger audience; quite a few flower children bought Impulse albums.
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By Todd Lazarski July 21, 2014 expressmilwaukee.com
Henry Butler & Steven Bernstein: Viper’s Drag (Impulse)
What's old is new again, againespecially in Brooklyn. Amidst the borough’s prohibition-era cocktails, faux speakeasies and timeless sea of '20s-ish clever caps and facial hair, lies Katrina refugee and New Orleans piano traditionalist Henry Butler. His latest effort finds him alongside New York City's finest, adhering mostly to an early Satchmo-era aesthetic and running the gamut of jazz's heyday and similarly okra-inflected bayou boogie. Read on Here