Noah Howard was one of the world's greatest jazz musicians. The aim of this website is to keep his legacy alive and be a place where his friends can come together to listen to his eternal music. Here you can see photos, watch videos and purchase music and you will also find news about re-releases. Please tell us what you like or miss and share with us your material and comments, either on this site or on facebook.

“it’s a freedom given to you”

mandelaListen to Noah’s Mandela Song on Soundcloud.

Noah celebrating Nelson Mandela with this song after meeting with him in South Africa.
“it is a freedom given to you, all over the world….” . . . weiterlesen!

Listen to “LIVING SPACE”

Living Space

Listen to Living Space on Soundcloud

Noah Howard Quartet
Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University
1973-07-
Noah Howard- as, perc, v,
Earl Freeman- b,
Glenn Dong- g,
Jean-Louis Mechali- perc.
Living Space 35:40 . . . weiterlesen!

The NYC Jazz Record’s Ken Waxman reviews ‘Live at Glenn Miller Café’

“More than a typical nightclub set, the untitled tracks that make up this passionate and high-quality performance from 2000 also serve as an inadvertent retrospective of saxophonist Noah Howard’s long career. This CD captures Howard in the prime of his life and is a fitting memorial for a jazz survivor.” Read more

To order the ‘Live at Glenn Miller Café’ CD by Noah Howard Quartet (JaZt TAPES) please email howard.noah@gmail.com . . . weiterlesen!

Live radio broadcast from 1975 finally sees the light of day: The Bremen Concert

A live radio broadcast in Bremen, Germany on January 1, 1975 now sees the light of day, thanks to Jan Ström and Noah’s wife Lieve.

“This CD is a worthy addition, not only to Howard’s discography, but to the catalogue of all excellent jazz as well.” writes all about jazz.
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Track Listing: Ole Negro; Pearl Stream; New Arrival; Ziki.

Personnel: Noah Howard: alto saxophone; Kakashi Kako: piano; Kent Carter: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

To order please send an email to howard.noah@gmail.com . . . weiterlesen!

So far unreleased ‘Live at the Glenn Miller Cafe’ now available!

“Noah is no more. But his music lives on. An interesting, previously unreleased quartet performance can be had as Live at the Glenn Miller Cafe (JaZt Tapes 030). It features Noah on alto and tenor in good form from 2000 with the always lively Bobby Few on piano and a game rhythm section of Ulf Akerhjelm on bass and Gilbert Matthews, drums.” More

Order here at Jan Strom’s JaZt Tapes. . . . weiterlesen!

CHASING THE ARK – June Tune Of The Month

The June Tune of the Month chasing the ark is from Noah’s Live in Paris album. For the five tracks Music in my Soul, Kanpai, Chasing the Ark, Domino and Soul Shadows Noah worked with Boulou Ferret (guitar), Joe Lee Wilson (vocals), François Tusque (piano), Jack Greg (bass), Armando (percussion) and Daniel Berchet (drums).

Read more about Noah’s time in Paris in his autobiography MUSIC IN MY SOUL which you can order here.

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Noah was a true citizen of the universe

Speech given by Vrij Nederland journalist Rudie Kagie at the occasion of Noah’s birthday on April 6

“I am a journalist from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and I write for the Dutch weekly magazine Vrij Nederland. What do you want to know more about me? I have blue eyes and I am 61 years old. I am a jazz lover since I was a teenager, I loved the avant garde back in the sixties, because I thought the New Thing was the voice of my generation. Not everybody would agree with that, but at that time Albert Ayler meant a lot more to . . . weiterlesen!

BACKSTAGE

Speech given by Noah’s wife Lieve Fransen at the occasion of Noah’s birthday on April 6

When Noah was writing his autobiography he wanted it to be about the Music in his Soul. Noah ‘s musical legacy is the collection of 200 or so compositions. Noah loved composing in all kind of circumstances and places but putting a new tune together was just the first stage in the much more complex alchemy of creating while performing. Each tune Noah composed was merely intended to serve as the core and as a catalyst for a process of instantaneous re-creation on stage through which . . . weiterlesen!

SUNDAY AFTERNOON – April Tune Of The Month

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Help to further improve Noah’s Wikipedia entry

You probably know that Noah has an article on Wikipedia, but did you also know that you can easily help to improve it? You don’t even have to sign up. Just go here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_Howard and add something you feel . . . weiterlesen!