PODCAST INTERVIEW: Dwight Trible (new album Inspirations )

Dwight Trible
Photo credit: Ron Groeper


Singer DWIGHT TRIBLE, born in Cincinnati but resident in Los Angeles, has been working below the radar for years, during which time he has sung with Oscar Brown Jr., Pharoah Sanders (in whose quartet he is the featured singer), Charles Lloyd, Kamasi Washington and many others. Trible’s approach to jazz is rooted in both the spiritual and the psychedelic; in his improvisations and reinterpretations of the music of John Coltrane, he is constantly aiming for transcendence. And with his new album Inspirations gaining him new admirers, he has found another fruitful collaborator in the shape of Matthew Halsall. Peter Jones interviewed Dwight Trible following his debut at Ronnie Scott’s in May. Audio production by Harry Jones







SYNOPSIS

Opening music extract: Footprints

0 : 40 How familiar is Dwight Trible with Paul Robeson ?

1: 33 Music extract : Deep River

2: 20 The background to What the World Needs Now is Love

3: 07 Music extract: What the World Needs Now Is Love

5: 20 The link-up with Matthew Halsall and how it happened

And the recording sessions. The chemistry? A shared melodic sense

9: 03 Music extract : Feeling Good

LINK: Album Review: Inspirations

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