Possessed by Coltrane, the Beatles, Ceil Taylor and his own muse, Words On New Music interviews the transcendent Joseph Benzola

Hear Ye, Hear Ye and You, the March 2017 episode of the Words On New Music podcast is out in living aural color!  The Skype embodied tag-team of Jim Goodin and Paul Muller virtually sat down recently with multi-instrumentalist musician and composer Joseph (Joe) Benzola and had a grand conversation with Mr B talking about his musical art, inspirations, opinions, happiness and anger, all right here on the March 2017 Words On New Music!

Listen Words On New Music – the Joseph Benzola interview – 81:37 length

Musical works featured by the composer in this episode include…

Kurt and Jaco Are Dancing In Heaven (from the album, Portraits Of The Dead Complete: 1995-2014)

Improv In Memory Of Larry Coryell

Charles Ives – For Dan Stearns (from the album, Portraits Of The Dead Complete: 1995-2014)

Tuareg (from the album, Tuareg)

Three Short Pieces (from the album, Tuareg)

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Author: Jim Goodin

I'm a musician with focus on new and experimental music, podcaster and voice over guy. I'm a runner and biker.

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