Podcast as art form - The Traneumentary

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traneumentary.jpgThe Wall St. Journal says Joe Vella "aims to be the Ken Burns of the podcast world." He's completed massive audio 
documentaries on some of the leading lights of the pop and jazz music worlds, including a 33-part epic on John Coltrane, featuring interviews with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Cobb and Sonny Rollins. 

Hit his website for a complete rundown on his oeuvre. You can follow the links to listen online or at iTunes. 

Here's a nice feature on him at Apple's website. In production: works on Stephen Sondheim, Miles Davis and Motown.

Load up and listen. 

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