Tag Archives: Julie Coryell

Emily Remler: You Don’t Try to Make a Statement for Women

“You don’t get angry, you don’t get bitter, you don’t get feminist about the thing. You don’t try to make a statement for women. You just get so damn good that they’ll forget about all that crap.” Source: Emily Remler, … Continue reading

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Emily Remler: There’s A Lot of Humor Missing

“There’s a lot of humor missing, I think, from some of the younger players today.” Source: “Emily Remler, Life After Wes,” by Julie Coryell, Down Beat, May 1985.

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Steve Gadd: Working with Chick was Inspiring and Confusing

SKF NOTE: Somewhere along the way I paid $4.98 for an interesting book of music interviews and photographs by Julie Coryell and Laura Friedman: Jazz-Rock Fusion: The People, The Music. Ms. Coryell did the interviewing. Ms. Friedman, the photo shoots. … Continue reading

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Life After Emily Remler

SKF NOTE: At 9:01 a.m. on July 4, 2014, I read guitarist Emily Remler’s May 1985 Down Beat article, “Emily Remler, Life After Wes,” with Julie Coryell. I know Emily’s name, but have never heard her music. I underline several Emily quotes, … Continue reading

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