Radam has been interested in examining jazz from theoretical and historical perspectives. He received a Masters Degree at the Rutgers Newark Jazz Research Program where he wrote his thesis on the examination of the Jazz Organ Scene. The thesis has been subsequently used for research by many jazz researchers. It examines the ignored history of jazz organ, the theoretical differences and similarities between that sub genre and other categories of jazz, and examines the reasons for the lack historical material on the subject and the absence of jazz organ for the performance branch of jazz academia.
The last part of his thesis dealt with re-thinking the theoretical analysis of this music and examines jazz on the basis of blues being the core of the music's actual theoretical basis. Radam has labeled this concept "Blues Analysis". He has pursued "Jazz Organ History” and "Blues Analysis" and is open for lectures on both of these topics.
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