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Gordon Matthewman - Wind Of Change

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1992

Gordon Matthewman's interests in hi-tech and his horn have found him in some of the most unlikely musical settings with his project Blow. Simon Trask blows another man's trumpet.

Ian Anderson

Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1989

Jethro Tull's main man takes us behind the fish farmer exterior and into his home studio.

Ian Anderson

Interview | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1983

Jethro Tull’s leading light opens the door to his new ‘home studio’.

Jon Hassell - Ethnic Fanfare

Interview | Music Technology, Dec 1987

American trumpeter extraordinaire talks to John Diliberto about horns, electronics and Indian ragas; '60s experimentation meets '80s chic.

Jon Hassell

Interview | Sound On Sound, Jul 1991

Jon Hassell has been at the leading edge of new music for three decades, with major contributions to western avant garde and world music. Following the re-release of two classic albums from the early '80s, Mark J. Prendergast presents a retrospective of Hassell's work.

Manu Dibango - World Party

Interview | Music Technology, Apr 1991

World music's elder statesman puts aside his many saxophones to talk musical styles, modern technology and old-fashioned emotion. Simon Trask catches him onstage and off.

Steve Coleman - Elemental Rhythm

Interview | Music Technology, Feb 1991

From Charlie Parker to writing his own software, jazz saxophonist and technophile Steve Coleman has a unique insight into music. Simon Trask tunes in.



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