What would a week of interviews with great Jazz pianists be without Hank Jones, who in his later years took on a big role of ambassador for the art form. There are many interviews with Hank out there, and I like to link to them, but if you can only listen to one, this is it. In 2004 the legendary pianist sat down for a full ninety minute talk during a master class produced by John Snyder of Artists House Foundation and David Schroeder of the NYU jazz department. He talks about everything from his early days to the greats he worked with to some more technical aspects of music. Fascinating stuff.
— Peter Blasevick