Jeannette Lambert

Creative living through jazz & intuition

February 11, 2018
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Hip shit I did as a jazz kid

As my oldest son JJ and his friends got ready to go hear Brockhampton at the Corona Theatre this week, we talked about how important it is to support live music. We’ve managed pretty well in the past year,  considering how … Continue reading

October 20, 2017
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The Bumblebee Bull’s Eye

There is a psychic dreaming game played at every IASD conference where everyone tries to dream a target image in advance. Images are selected from a random pool and then someone, a sender, is given 4 envelopes, each with a different … Continue reading

August 10, 2017
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Our summer adventures

I remember when the great jazz trumpet player Herbie Spanier, a family friend, complained to me about the seasons. He said something like: why are we expected to do all this work in the dead of winter when it’s so … Continue reading

May 25, 2016
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Why I sing in English

As a very young singer, travelling with my family in southern Spain, I developed a habit of listening to and singing along with flamenco music. To this day I still warm up my voice and practice by singing flamenco in … Continue reading

March 11, 2016
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Video of Bali Songs

Michel and I had great fun meeting and playing with the talented bassist Nicolas Letman-Burtinovic last night at an event at Casa Obscura organized by Samuel Blais. We performed improvised music around a series of my poems including Ogoh Ogoh … Continue reading