Fully Altered client, Chris Potter was featured on this past week’s New York Times Music Popcast, the weekly music podcast from the pop critics of the New York Times. Contributor Ben Sisario invited Chris to perform in the paper’s studios. He plays a lengthy solo saxophone version of “Body & Soul,” the popular song written in 1930 by Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton and Johnny Green and popularized by tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, among others. Potter also talks about the music on his newest album, “Ultrahang” (Artistshare) with his band, Underground. You can subscribe to the New York Times Popcast in iTunes or access it from the Times’ website here.
1. Jon Pareles reviews “Murdering Oscar (and Other Love Songs)” by Patterson Hood
2. Ben Ratliff on “A Man’s Thoughts” by Ginuwine.
3. Chris Potter performs in [the New York Times] studio[s].
Sia Michel, the pop music editor is the host.