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JANUARY 15, 2021
On February 26, the venerated multi-instrumentalist and composer Joe Chambers will release Samba de Maracatu, a notable Blue Note Records return for a significant figure in the label’s history. The album’s Brazilian flavored title track “Samba de Maracatu,” which is available today to stream or download, was composed by Chambers and features him performing drums, vibraphone, and percussion with Brad Merritt on keyboards and Steve Haines on bass. The album is a nine-song set of original compositions, standards, and pieces by Wayne Shorter, Bobby Hutcherson, and Horace Silver.
In the mid-to-late 1960s, Chambers played drums for numerous Blue Note luminaries appearing on some of the decade’s most progressive albums including Shorter’s Adam’s Apple and Etcetera, Hutcherson’s Components and Happenings, Freddie Hubbard’s Breaking Point, Joe Henderson’s Mode for Joe, Sam Rivers’ Contours, Andrew Hill’s Andrew!!!, Donald Byrd’s Fancy Free, and many more.

The label’s owners – Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff – offered Chambers a chance to record his own album for the imprint during that fertile period, but he was riding so high on recording and touring with so many jazz greats that he declined the opportunity. Chambers eventually did release his own Blue Note debut Mirrors in 1998 featuring trumpeter Eddie Henderson, saxophonist Vincent Herring, pianist Mulgrew Miller, and bassist Ira Coleman.

On Samba de Maracatu, Chambers asserts himself more as a mallet player, particularly on the vibraphone. Throughout the album, he uses the vibraphone as the lead melodic and improvisational voice that often converses with Merritt’s piano accompaniments and solos. While Samba de Maracatu isn’t a Brazilian jazz album in this strictest sense, Chambers utilizes various rhythms and indigenous Brazilian percussion instruments on several pieces, including the title track, which references the syncretic Afro-Brazil rhythms that were originated in the north-east region of Brazil.


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#22 - Joe Chambers NEW EPISODE EVERY TUESDAY, 3 PM MST - What’s the journey one takes to found, open and manage an experiential music treasure trove that’s a 68k square foot museum and hall of fame? A project that serves as a multi-generational archive, immersive and interactive, connecting fans with the men and women responsible for the music that’s come to define our lives?
Joe Chambers is here to share with us a little about his journey to becoming the founder of the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum in Nashville.
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Episode 2. Multi-Point Inspection from the Dealers point of view with Fixed Operations Director at International Imports Joe Chambers Multi point inspection what does it mean from the customers point of view why would the customer want a dealership to perform a multi-point inspection what is the goal of the multiple inspection from the service department‘s point of you. Both of his questions can be answered very easily the goal from the customers point of you is to know their vehicle make sure it’s safe reliable dependable performs and also protects their investment. The goal of the multi point inspection from the dealerships service departments Point of you is letting their customer know what’s going on with their vehicle creating a need and showing value.
The multi point inspection gives the service advisor a tool to present. Service advisor have to remember that they’re always on stage and they’re giving a performance the multi point inspection allows the advisor to go through a report just like a doctor would when you go in for a physical. The art of learning what the customers desires are and then create the need based on those desires. There are four basic desires 1. is safety 2. reliability/dependability 3. performance and 4. protecting their investment these four desires are the only requirement of the customer coming to the shop. The multi Point inspection Is vital for successful relationship between the customer and the advisor.

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Multi-Point Inspection from the Dealers point of view with Fixed Operations Director at International Imports Joe Chambers Multi point inspection what does it mean from the customers point of view why would the customer want a dealership to perform a multi-point inspection what is the goal of the multiple inspection from the service department‘s point of you. Both of his questions can be answered very easily the goal from the customers point of you is to know their vehicle make sure it’s safe reliable dependable performs and also protects their investment. The goal of the multi point inspection from the dealerships service departments Point of you is letting their customer know what’s going on with their vehicle creating a need and showing value.
The multi point inspection gives the service advisor a tool to present. Service advisor have to remember that they’re always on stage and they’re giving a performance the multi point inspection allows the advisor to go through a report just like a doctor would when you go in for a physical. The art of learning what the customers desires are and then create the need based on those desires. There are four basic desires 1. is safety 2. reliability/dependability 3. performance and 4. protecting their investment these four desires are the only requirement of the customer coming to the shop. The multi Point inspection Is vital for successful relationship between the customer and the advisor.

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#1022 - Joe Chambers NEW EPISODE EVERY TUESDAY, 3 PM MST - What’s the journey one takes to found, open and manage an experiential music treasure trove that’s a 68k square foot museum and hall of fame ? A project that serves as a multi-generational archive, immersive and interactive, connecting fans with the men and women responsible for the music that’s come to define our lives?
Joe Chambers is here to share with us a little about his journey to becoming the founder of the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum in Nashville.
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Joe Chambers is a legend. He made his name in the early 1960s, playing on a string of some of the most adventurous Blue Note Records sessions of the time. He can be heard on albums like Bobby Hutcherson's Dialogue, Wayne Shorter's The All Seeing Eye, Andrew Hill's Compulsion, McCoy Tyner's Tender Moments, and many more. He also backed Archie Shepp on Fire Music, On This Night, New Thing At Newport and For Losers, and he was the drummer on Chick Corea's debut album, Tones for Joan's Bones. He maintained a long creative partnership with Hutcherson; the two men made something like 10 albums together.

Chambers didn't record as a leader until the 1970s, but one of his pieces had a significant afterlife in the '90s. "Mind Rain," from Double Exposure, an album where Chambers played piano, duetting with organist Larry Young, was sampled by DJ Premier for "N.Y. State of Mind," from Nas's debut album, 1994's Illmatic. On his new album, Samba de Maracatu, Chambers reworks the piece as "New York State of Mind Rain."

This is a really interesting conversation about Chambers' long career as both a musician and an educator (he taught at the New School in New York for many years, and now lives and teaches in North Carolina). I hope you'll enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed having it. And if you do enjoy this podcast, please consider visiting patreon.com/burningambulance and becoming a subscriber. For just $5 a month, you can help keep this show and Burning Ambulance as a whole active and thriving. Thanks!

Music heard in this episode:

Joe Chambers, "Mind Rain" (Double Exposure)

Joe Chambers, "Visions" (Samba de Maracatu)
Racehour Extra! Susannah Ricci's Racing Manager Joe Chambers Interview! A bonus #racehour podcast in association with bookmakers.co.uk.

We are delighted to present an extra podcast this week with the brilliant Joe Chambers, racing manager to the one and only Rich Ricci.

Joe discusses everything from their Dublin Racing Festival team, to Douvan and Saldier.
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