Best Jazz podcasts (updated May 28, 2015). Artists, news, and interviews.
We Insist!: Jazz Speaks Out is a multi-part series exploring the impact of jazz music on social change movements and African-American history and culture. The series features conversations with musicians, authors and educators who have studied the music and its impact, experienced it first hand and, in some cases, created it. Guests include: Dr. Robin D. G. Kelly, professor of history at USC; Grammy-winning trumpeter Terence Blanchard; saxophonist Marcus Strickland; NEA Jazz Master Randy Weston and others. The music featured in the series includes: Max Roach's "We Insist" Miles Davis' "Jack Johnson" Randy Weston Uhuru Afrika "Uhuru Afrika" John Coltrane's "Alabama" Sonny Rollins' "Freedom Suite" and other selections from Jazz greats.
Jazz-O-Rama is an hour of vintage records - the lighter side of early jazz--presented by Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev)--from his personal 78rpm record collection.
with Brian Lee & Brian Parker Blackeyed & Blues host, Brian “T-Bone” Lee showcases music from blues, roots and funk in a 90 minutes weekly podcast. T-Bone’s love of music and easygoing commentary has made his show one of the most downloaded podcasts on the Internet.
20th-century jazz--each show featuring instrumental and vocal jazz, usually presented in historical sequence. Occasionally contemporary, sometimes much older selections, lots from the 1940s to the 1980s. Some big band and swing, lots of cool jazz and West Coast, some fusion, a little bebop. Usually some boogie woogie, blues, bossa nova. Always something by Ella. ]]>
We are a national and international multicultural digital platform using Radio/TV and print Magazine bringing music storytellers from every corner of the globe. "Our Vision" is to increase the profile of Jazz through education, listener participation and interaction. We’ll bring you the latest information about jazz festivals, award shows, concerts and much more. Our listeners are encouraged to call the show (1-347-934-0108) and talk with their musical heroes. Our featured guests are extraordinarily talented and they come from diverse backgrounds, creating a style of music thats sublimely beautiful, often exuberant and always innovative. "Grab your Coffee" and pull up a chair, and let’s share a bit of Coffee Talk. “Where Jazz Is the Order Of The Day!
A preview of upcoming conversations and improvisations with Marian McPartland and the brightest stars from the world of jazz.
May 18, 2009: SoulandJazz.com launched its unique, legal and commercial free podcasting service. Now into our seventh year, we’re listened to and read in 183 countries and play host to 1,483 podcasts and 63 label Showcases featuring music across the spectrum of Soul and Jazz from the last 80 years. Around 25 new shows are posted each month on SoulandJazz.com and are available in our Members Lounge to download in either Lossless Audio or MP4 AAC+ @ 80kbps. They are also presented FREE to stream. We also serve a further 10 original record label Showcases per month which are FREE to stream as a MP4 AAC+ @ 32kbps – perfect for mobile usage and music on the move. MP4 AAC+ @ 80kbps versions of these Showcases are also available to stream in the Members Lounge. Mike Chadwick's European Jazz Union is the ONLY show published FREE via iTunes on a regular basis. However you listen, we’d like to think there’s something for everyone. SoulandJazz.com is affiliated with PRS for Music. Licence No: LE-0010739. For further information, please contact Brian Hurst: email@example.com
From the Jazz masters of past and present to emerging new artists performing hard bop jazz and fusion. A weekly Jazz radio show that airs on WHUS FM, Storrs CT. No smooth jazz here!
Geoffrey Smith with his weekly selection of jazz. Each Saturday at midnight, Geoffrey Smith introduces his personal sequence of jazz tracks, inimitably presented and covering the whole history of jazz. He uncovers what makes great jazz great music.
What inspires the people who inspire you? How do creative people create? World-renowned jazz pianist Judy Carmichael explores these questions with her guests every week on her public radio show Judy Carmichael's Jazz Inspired. Celebrated artists discuss their creative process and how their passion for jazz has inspired their work. They share their favorite recordings with the listener as well as insight into their life and art. Witty, anecdotal, informative, Judy Carmichael's Jazz Inspired gives you new insights to the world of jazz and the wide range of fans who love it. Ms. Carmichael brings her experience and love of jazz to her discussions with each guest and inspires fascinating, insightful interviews filled with warmth and humor. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
JAZZ BOULEVARD is a weekly Award-Winning 2-hour FM-Radio & Web podcast program, broadcast from the heart of the Mile End district of Montreal Qc, Canada. Since 2004, each week, host Moz Taylor mixes up a blend of the best jazz from around the corner, to around the world. Special guests pop in for interviews as well. Info, Playlists, Photos, Archived Interviews, and more await at http://www.jazzboulevard.ca ...
Two strikingly handsome middle-aged men get together every other week to discuss jazz in depth. Irreverent, irascible, engaged.
Since 2008, we have interviewed some of the best contemporary jazz artists in the business. Al Jarreau, Joe Sample, Brian Culbertson, Stanley Clarke, Gerald Albright and Boney James to name a few. We’ve introduced you to up and coming artists like keyboardist/producer extraordinaire Nicholas Cole, saxophonists BK Jackson, Adrian Burse, Vincent Ingala, and Elizabeth Mis, guitarist Sheldon Ferguson, Sweden’s keyboardist Jonathan Fritzen and more. International artists, keyboardist Wayne Brown (UK), saxophonist Otoe (Japan), saxophonist Candy Dulfer (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), guitarist Fabio Mignola (Switzerland) and Helen Rogers (UK). To date we have conducted over 500 interviews with 1.2M listens. It has been a great 6 years and we could not have done it without the artists and listeners support - Thank You!
A weekly survey of the top jazz albums of the week, hosted by Marcellus "The Bassman" Shepard and Kyle LaRue
The podcast and Canadian jazz and improvised music radio show Rhythmaning with host/producer Kerilie McDowall is an exploration of the new and also the innovative. Every week Rhythmaning features the latest jazz and improvisation new releases from eclectic, creative, post bop,Latin,early jazz, women in jazz, experimental, avant garde, the sometimes traditional and a mix of other sounds with fun ventures into the past. The best Canadian, European and American jazz artists with a diverse variety of current exciting jazz and improvisation available for listening, subscription or download on podcast. Past radio interview and podcast highlights include impressive Order of Canada and JUNO winners and many of Canada's best. McDowall was an active performer/composer/jazz guitarist in the 1990's to learn more visit the website www.rhythmaning.ca. Join Rhythmaning live on Mondays at 5-8 pm at CHLY 101.7 FM. Tune in live online at www.chly.ca. Free weekly Rhythmaning jazz podcasts including interviews and show updates and latest news on the website www.rhythmaning.ca. Play or subscribe or download. Rhythmaning podcasts are available on iTunes.
Smooth Jazz Affair Dedicated To Independent Smooth Jazz.
This is a podcast of the House of Jazz show broadcasted live on Radio cardiff at 22:00 UK time every tuesday. The show is hosted by a young and energetic university music student. If you do not know jazz, this show is perfect as it embeds every style of jazz. In fact any artist who has influenced jazz musicians or is inspired by jazz music can be played on the show. From gypsy jazz, rap jaz, big band, be bop, acid jazz, fusion, funk, soul latin and many more. The show seeks to explore the endless styles of jazz so whether you are a jazz connaiseur or an occasional listener, sit back and listen to some brilliant tunes. any comments or suggestions on ways to improve the show are always welcome, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Highlighting the best in jazz and improvisational music with music features, interviews and commentary.
Best Smooth Jazz from London UK is a refreshingly 'chilled' Smooth Jazz radio program. Host Rod Lucas plays a 'cool' selection of new & familiar Smooth Jazz instrumentals. Easy listening Grooves with a Soul & R&B feel and Latin vibes. Jazz with fun feel. London's New Cool Smooth Jazz. Soul lovers will enjoy the grooves too.
Original jazz piano compositions with host Mark Stevens
Exclusive interviews with some big names in the smooth jazz music world.
Jazzcorner.com Innerviews are vignettes with insightful commentary, interesting sound bites and lots of music with great jazz masters and up and coming jazz musicians. Each podcast ranges in time from 4 minutes to more than an hour
Big Band Serenade is your source for memories of the best of the Big Band Era. Join us each week as we explore the world of Big Bands, Jazz, and the Blues.
Jazz history in 10 minutes. Dr. Gordon Vernick, a Professor of Music and Coordinator of Jazz Studies at Georgia State University, creates these jazz vignettes to cover all aspects of jazz from its inception until the current day. These vignettes are created for the music novice hoping to learn more about jazz through simple explanation and musical examples.
Monthly show featuring the finest jazz coming out of Florida - as well as interviews with local legends and themed bonus episodes. Hosted by Kenny MacKenzie & Allison Paris. All genres of jazz are featured; but heavy on straight-ahead & contemporary.
Sharing music from the risk takers, leaders and influencers of jazz, soul, funk and blues, interviews with their equivalent in the business world.
Smooth Grooves of Jazz Funk Soul and Smooth Jazz with life experiences.
The weekly Brighton Jazz School Podcast is packed full of interesting material for fans of Jazz. Album of the Week, Jazz Musician Interviews, Improvisation Tips and much more!
Out of the Pacific Northwest comes the New Sound of Modern Jazz. Independent jazz label featuring Joe Locke, George Colligan, Thomas Marriott, New Stories, Deep Blue Organ Trio, Bobby Broom and many others.
JazzTimes publisher Lee Mergner and jazz singer Rene Marie preview new music and talk about issues and trends in the jazz world.
This show is dedicated to playing modern jazz-funk, jazz, funk, acid jazz, neo-soul, nu-jazz and jazzy house. The classics are great but I want to bear witness to the evolution.
A conversational podcast with some of LA's great jazz musicians. Each episode explores the musician's journey and philosophy on the music they create.
Marcus Strickland on the music business, politics, and hip hop.
Skater's Waltz, Serenade to a Cuckoo, and Jive Elephant are among the tunes that will fill the air when the Rahsaan Roland Kirk's Early LPs will be heard on this week's edition of Joe Bev's Jazz-O-Rama Hour, podcast at http://www.waterlogg.com and airing on public radio stations including Wisconsin Public Radio and Pawling Public Radio. This time, Joe Bev presents 78 RPM Jazz with a Sense of Humor: "Rahsaan Roland Kirk's Early LPs" (Kirk’s Work, I Talk with the Spirits, We Free Kings, Domino), including: 1. Skater's Waltz 2. Serenade to a Cuckoo 3. A Sack Full of Soul 4. Rolando 5. Doin' the Sixty-Eight 6. Rahsaan Roland Kirk / Roland Kirk 7. A Laugh for Rory 8. Jive Elephant 9. Three for the Festival 10. E.D. 11. Limbo Boat 12. 3-In-1 Without the Oil 13. Stitt's Tune Rahsaan Roland Kirk was an American jazz multi-instrumentalist who played tenor saxophone, flute and many other instruments. He was renowned for his onstage vitality, during which virtuoso improvisation was accompanied by...
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CoffeeTalk Jazz thrives off of multiple platforms reaching numerous markets through a single point of contact. We connect our artists, musicians and our advertisers to the industry professionals. We know you have a choice in where to invest your advertising dollars, but we hope that you’ll choose CoffeeTalk Jazz. Blake Aaron Spins soulful guitar tales on his fifth alnum "Soul Stories." Weaving engaging narratives through a traid of guitar of voices. Want to get your message out in a BIG way. ADVERTISE through our award-winning network. For additonal details visit our website. www.CoffeeTalkJazzRadio.com Click the advetisng Tab. Connect with US! Follow CoffeeTalk on twitter: @CoffeeTalkJAZZ Follow: https://instagram.com/coffeetalkjazzradiocom/ Be sure to place your order for CoffeeTalk JAZZ Radio and Magazine T-shirt. Shop our store. CoffeeTalkJazzRadio.com Click on our store link.
Trumpeter Adolphus "Doc" Cheatham (1905 – 1997) was known for his admirable technique and tone. His signature slight burr gave his solos an edge, but his approach was warm and elegant. He continued touring late into his life, with some of his best recordings from this later stage. On this 1992 Piano Jazz, Cheatham and McPartland play "Give Me a Kiss to Build a Dream On" and "I Double Dare You."
The award winning Dr. Brad Stone is back with something rather special – in fact, a Michel Camilo Special. Ahead of his one-off solo piano performance at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall on Saturday, June 13, allow Brad to show you how good this Grammy winning pianist really is. Stereo, not stereotypical® Enjoy! Michel Camilo Special 25th May 2015 Track – Album – Year Why Not? Why Not? 1992 (1985) Suite Sandrine Part 1 Michel Camilo 1988 Island Stomp On Fire 1989 Tropical Jam Rendezvous 1993 Take 5 What’s Up? 2013 Caribe One More Once 1994 Island Beat What’s Up? 2013 Armando’s Rhumba Thru My Eyes 1997 Just Kidding One More Once 1994 What’s Up? What’s Up? 2013 Chan Chan What’s Up? 2013
An African inspired podcast featuring some of the all-time great masters of jazz music. Harold Mabern kicks things off with his interpretation of Afro Blue with vocals from Gregory Porter. Than we get into the heavyweights with John Coltrane’s Africa/Brass followed by McCoy Tyner and Jackie McLean. Featured AlbumThe Complete Africa/Brass Sessions (1995 Reissue) - John Coltrane Quartet on iTunes Track ~ Artist ~ Album Afro Blue ~ Harold Mabern ~ Afro Blue Africa ~ John Coltrane Quartet ~ Africa/Brass Sama Layuca ~ McCoy Tyner ~ Sama Layuca Appointment in Ghana ~ Jackie McLean ~ Jackie’s Bag
A mighty swinger, pianist Red Garland (1923-84) was the linchpin of Miles Davis's great 1950s band. Geoffrey Smith picks highlights from his work with Miles, John Coltrane and his own hard-driving combos
Director Tim Johnson, of DreamWorks Animation, talks about his feature film, "Over the Hedge" and the importance of music in animation.
Includes new material in this week from Montreal’s Aurelia O’Leary (vx), Kevin Stout (trmb) & Brian Booth (sx), singer Frankye Kelly, Aaron Diehl (p), the recent releases from Keith Jarrett, Lorin Cohen (b), and Albare (gt) – Source: JazzBoulevard.ca
Playlist: Shaka & The Soul Shakers-Mr Levy’s Grave, Josh Garrett- Whole Bottle Of Whine, Hans Theessink & Terry Evans-Cross Roads Blues, Eliza Neals-Spinning, Bo & The Bluesdrivers-Out On The Street, Johnny Drummer-Don’t Call Me Trash, Voo Davis-Had Enough, Josh Hoyer & The Shadowboxers-Til She’s Lovin’ Someone Else,John Nemeth-Three Times A Fool, Deanna Bogart-Fine By Me Good Bayou, Lisa Mann-Satisfied, Janiva Magness-Let Me Breathe, JP Soars-Somethin’ Ain’t Right, Billy Hector-Evil,Slick & Sly, Peter Novelli-Thinkin’ Or Drinkin’ , Slam Allen- CAn’t Break AWay From That Girl, One Eyed Johnny & The Gravediggers- Devil’s Dancin’, Sugar Ray & the Bluetones-Living Tear To Tear, Brandon Santini-Got Good Lovin’.
This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here’s some more details about the show: It’s a warm welcome to Mike Chadwick who's here every other Wednesday to present the European Jazz Union - a show that highlights the best jazz music that Europe has to offer. Somewhat left of centre, it's music that the world needs to hear but seldom gets the chance to. Mike's here to fix that. Please feel free to get in touch with Mike with any comments or suggestions you might have; he’ll be more than happy to hear from you: email@example.com or you can follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Stereo, not stereotypical® Enjoy! European Jazz Union 20th May 2015 Artist - Track - Album - Year Pawel Kaczmarczyk Audiofeeling Tro Teardrop Something Personal 2015 Rain Sultanov Children Tale of My Land 2008 Alya Marquardt & the Shamash Ensemble Dr M. Chai Party 2015 Dhafer Youssef Les Ondes Orientales Abu Navas Rhapsody 2010 Koko Jazz Orchestra The Opening Presenting...
Pat pulls out some recently picked up vinyl and one chestnut from his high school years and behold - all four are from the bell-bottom decade! What's it all about? Tune in to find out. Dexter Gordon – HOMECOMING; Lee Konitz – SATORI; Chico Freeman – THE OUTSIDE WITHIN; Oscar Peterson – PLAYS TRISTEZA.
Trumpeter Greg Adams and his band East Bay Soul are back with what should be a smash album for them called That’s Life, as they harness some of that ol’ Greg Adams CD Tower of Power feel (like that found on the lead track “Little Black Dress”) as well as some other creative presentations. Eclecticism, innovativeness, soul, and a full-blown commitment to excellence – this is the stuff great albums must include as ingredients for success. Adams and his band have sailed this one out of the park, in my opinion. Give it a good listen. – Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride. Follow Greg on Facebook, East Bay Soul, and Twitter.
Pamela Hines is a pianist and composer whose forte is a complex and engaging take on the structural components of music within the jazz form. She brings nuances and impressive technical abilities to all the tunes she plays, and as a composer, she draws out a theme from every musician working with her. In this session from 2000, Hines performs her original tune "Porridge."
Celebrating 10 years in the music industry, composer, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Nate Harasim, earned a Grammy nomination for his work on Dave Koz’s Billboard #1 Jazz Album Hello Tomorrow and a 2014 Soul Train nod for Vandell Andrew’s #1 hit “Let’s Ride.” He scored a #1 for Steve Oliver (“Fun in the Sun”) as one of 14 Top 20 tunes and has also helmed sessions for Darren Rahn, Steve Oliver, Lin Rountree, Julian Vaughn and Vandell Andrew, among others. A tireless entertainer Harasim’s hundreds of stage appearances include performing at President Obama’s Inaugural Ball with best pal Rahn and playing twice at the Dubai International Jazz Festival. His new album “Shades of Nate” on Woodward Avenue Records, afforded him the creative license to produce an eclectic and out of the box record. On this release he worked with two rappers, K-Squeez and Dyl. Track # 7 is a “wild twist” as Jonathan Widran puts it, to a Beethoven song called Moonlight Sonata and he covers Phil Collins’ mega...
We start with honoring blues legend B.B. King who passed away this week. Next up are a couple of live tracks from Jimmy Green and Jason Lindner. Our featured album is from Alexandre Silverio with the unique sound from the bassoon. We finish the podcast with a set of Fusion and rock classics performed by Jaco, Rez Abbasi and Rob Garcia. Featured AlbumAlexandre Silverio - Entre Mundos Track ~ Artist ~ Album Stormy Monday ~ GRP Big Band with B.B. King ~ All Blues Sense of Urgency ~ Jimmy Greene Quartet ~ Live at Smalls Freak of Nature ~ Jason Lindner Big Band ~ Live at Jazz Gallery Valse para Bill ~ Alexandre Silverio 5teto ~ Entre Mundos Tarde em Berlim ~ Alexandre Silverio 5teto ~ Entre Mundos Black Market ~ Jaco Pastorious ~ Live in Italy Red Baron ~ Rez Abbasi Acoustic Quartet ~ Intents and Purposes Little Wing ~ Rob Garcia 4 ~ The Passion of Color
Position | Artist | Title | Label 5 | Brian Simpson | Out Of A Dream | Shanachie 4 | Russell Malone | Love Looks Good On You | High Note 3 | Jonathan Fritzen | Fritzenized | Nordic Night 2 | Boney James | Futuresoul | Concord 1 | Harold Mabern | Afro Blue | Smoke Sessions Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
Position | Artist | Title | Label 10 | Marion Meadows | Soul Traveler | Shanachie 9 | Steve Gadd Band | 70 Strong | BFM Jazz 8 | Jeff Golub | The Vault | eOne Music 7 | Dave Stryker | Messin’ With Mr. T | Strikezone 6 | Steve Turre | Spiritman | Smoke Sessions Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
Duke Ellington's legendary triumph at the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival ignited a brilliant new phase in his career. Geoffrey Smith picks highlights from the 1950s and 60s including his Shakespearean Suite, Such Sweet Thunder, and his soundtrack to Anatomy of a Murder
This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here’s some more details about the show: Brian Hurst returns with The Hurst Selection – packed tight with 23 drops of the good stuff. Watch out for excellent behaviour from Mr. Barrington, Theo Jackson, Sam Reed, Ty Causey, Naughty Professor, Lucas Arruda, Alessandro Scala, Tahirah Memory, & Snoop Dogg! In Hour Two, some seriously cool CTI flavours - you'll know what time it is. The show is available to download right here in the Member's Lounge in #LosslessAudio. Take an hour or two out of your day and do yours and your neighbours ears a favour: #TurnItUp Stereo, not stereotypical® Enjoy! The Hurst Selection 16th May 2015 Artist - Track - Album - Year ?
Saxophonist Eric Schneider talks about working with Count Basie and Earl Hines and performs with Judy onstage for â??Jazz Inspired from Kiawah Island."
Incls. several new releases from Mark Guiliana (d), Joe Locke (vbs), Keith Jarrett (p), Lorin Cohen (b), David Smith (tp) as well as recent releases and a couple older tracks from Blossom Dearie, and Lonnie Smith. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca
Join Rhythm'a'ning radio host and producer Kerilie McDowall with What's next host and producer Tom Roden for an epic jazz journey as produced by McDowall's good friend and early jazz mentor Tom Roden. McDowall starts off the radio program with some rarer Canadian 1920's tracks then a nice surprise as Roden features a special and wonderful rare track- the first jazz song ever recorded In New York City in 1917 entitled the Dixieland Jass Band One Step from the Original Dixieland Jazz Band! Later we delve into the sound recordings of Roden/McDowall favorites brilliant composer/arranger and pianist Mary Lou Williams, rare tracks from The Quintet Live At Massey Hall, getting spiritual with John Coltrane, local Rhythm'a'ning sponsor and Latin Jazz vocalist Anna Lyman and many more treats including Tom's most favorite all time recording from Buck Clayton! Join in for the fun and hang with us for a lot of pleasant, informative jazzy chat featuring 83 year old octagenarian and avid jazz record collector...
Host Kerilie McDowall began broadcasting the jazz program Rhythmaning in the late 80's at CFUV Victoria. Kerilie has been on the air at CHLY for over 11 years bringing you the best and the latest from the CHLY music library. An exploration of new and innovative jazz the show ranges from bebop, vocal, post bop, Latin, eclectic and avant. Join Rhythmaning live on Mondays at 6pm. Check out podcasts including interviews at www.chly.ca or email rhythmaning(dot) chly (at) gmail.com
A Smooth Jazz Affair - Florida Edition 02:41 Brian Simpson - Moonlit Ocean 07:34 Ronny Smith - Just Groovin 11:48 Boney James - Backbone 16:12 Dwayne Russell - Jazz Smoothie 19:41 Guymon Ensley - Grandma's Hand 27:08 Phil Casagrande - Lets Groove Background Music - Michael and Mike.com - Here Comes The Rain
This show was aired on the 8th April at 9 PM. The show was aired the day after what would have been Billie Holiday's 1100th birthday. This show feature's french producer's remix and rework of Billie's "God Bless the Child" as well as Billie song "All of Me". Other artists featured on the show in Tribal tech Spiritual Vibes Mario Biondi and Omar Papa Grow's Funk Big Sam's Funky Nation band Trombone Shorty Stanton Moore Trio If you would like to get in touch feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vibraphonist Lionel Hampton (1908 – 2002) was one of the most influential figures in the annals of jazz. He made the vibes a vital voice in the arsenal of jazz instruments and gained international fame playing in Benny Goodman's small groups and leading his own orchestra. On this 1989 Piano Jazz, Hampton and McPartland duet on a set including "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Mack the Knife."
Playlist: Artist Song Show Appearance Dennis Gruenling SaturdayNight Fish Fry 152 Popa Chubby Sweet Goddess of Love and Beer 152 Iko-Iko Bullets Jalapeno Be Thy Name 150 Brandon Santini Down to New Orleans 150 Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds Make it Rain 149 Dennis Gruenling Blood Shot Eyes 149 Shaka and the Soul Shakers Mr Levy's Grave 148 Joanne Shaw Taylor Time Has Come 148 Samantha Fish Go To Hell 147 Brandon Santini Help Me with the Blues 147 Tas Cru One Eyed Jack 146 The Blue Lights Atomic Cocktail 146 Slim Washboard & the Blue Lights Rub That Rhythm Down 145 Tas Cru Tired of all these Bluesmen Cryin 145 Trampled Underfoot Bad Bad Feeling 144 Toronzo Cannon If You're Woman Enough to Leave Me 144 Johnny Sansone First Shot 143 Mojomatics Broadway Combination 143 Eight to the Bar Romeo 142 David Foster What a Life 142
DW3 “Vintage Truth” With the release of their highly-anticipated Woodward Avenue Records debut, Southern California’s premiere R&B, funk and contemporary urban jazz powerhouse DW3 lets the world in on a cool “Vintage Truth.” Driven by the ever-evolving musical vision of core members - brothers Eric and Billy Mondragon and Damon Reel - their deepening artistry continues to transcend a well-earned reputation as a high energy, fun and freewheeling party band. While they continue to anchor Thursday nights and the 94.7 The Wave Sunday Brunch at Spaghettini in Seal Beach and electrify festival and cruise-goers as they have for more than a decade, the versatile ensemble is rapidly emerging as a multi-faceted recording outfit in their own right. Advertise through our Award Winning Radio and Magazine Network. E-mail us direct for rate details CoffeeTalkJazzRadio@msn.com or log onto our website www.CoffeeTalkJazzRadio.com Follow The Show On Twitter: @CoffeeTalkJazz
http://traffic.libsyn.com/jazzwatch/JazzWatch_Episode_42_-_Nicholas_Payton_-_REVISED.mp3 Multi-instrumentalist and trumpet master Nicholas Payton continues to spread the Black American Music tradition to audiences across the globe. His forthcoming double CD, “Letters” is a diverse representation of this tradition and he plans to have the project out this summer. As has become customary in concert, the forthcoming release features Payton on trumpet, piano and Rhodes piano, along with Vicente Archer’s bass and the drums of Bill Stewart. You’ll also hear Payton covering organ and vocal duties on “Letters.” In our interview, Payton speaks about his new process for composing, the recent BAM Festival held in his honor in Italy, his affinity for his home city of New Orleans and reflections on music masters and mentors such as Ray Brown and Elvin Jones. Hear samples of the forthcoming “Letters” project at soundcloud.com/NicholasPayton and find out more information at nicholaspayton.com. http...
Terence Blanchard on Miles and Jack Johnson
Some of my favorite Pat Metheny tracks to start this podcast. We feature two from 80/81. Then some straight ahead stuff from Hank Mobley and Johnny Griffin leading all-star ensembles. We finish with Greg Abate from his latest album Motif. Featured Album80 / 81 - Pat Metheny on iTunes Track ~ Artist ~ Album First Circle ~ Pat Metheny ~ The Road to You To the End of the World ~ Pat Metheny ~ We Live Here Last Train Home ~ Pat Metheny ~ One Quiet Night 80/81 ~ Pat Metheny ~ 80/81 The Bat ~ Pat Metheny ~ 80/81 Barrel of Funk ~ Hank Mobley Sextet The Way You Look Tonight ~ Johnny Griffin ~ A Blowin’ Session Swingin’ at the Cookie ~ Greg Abate Quartet ~ Motif
Host Rod Lucas returns with the latest Best Smooth Jazz Rodcast/Podcast (9th May 2015) New albums releases from Boney James and others. As always some of your faves and MORE - something rare from Norman Harris. This shows runs over 3 hours. If you love the show make a donation please http://BSJhelp.com it costs real money to keep the Podcasts going everytime you down a show it costs. Enjoy the show and buy a BSJ Cap sometime http://BSJstore.com
Acoustic, electric, swing, Latin, classical, free-pianist Chick Corea has embraced a whole spectrum of styles with unfailing passion. Geoffrey Smith surveys his alliances with the likes of Stan Getz and Gary Burton and his celebrated crossover band Return to Forever
Saxophonist Greg Chambers joins us to talk about his latest CD, "Can't Help Myself, entirely produced by Nate Harasim & Matt Godina, and features 2x Grammy winner Paul Brown, Julian Vaughn, and Nils. Follow Greg on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
New Orleans singer/composer John BouttÃ© discussing the influence New Orleans has had on his music and his work on the series â??Treme."
Includes new material from Joanna Pascale (vx), and Pat Bianchi (B3), Montreal alto Remi Bolduc’s tribute to Dave Brubeck, Anat Cohen’s recent project, French guitarist Michael Valeanu, and older tracks from Miles, Hank Jones. source: JazzBoulevard.ca
Position | Artist | Title | Label 5 | Marion Meadows | Soul Traveler | Shanachie 4 | Steve Turre | Spiritman | Smoke Sessions 3 | Brian Simpson | Out Of A Dream | Shanachie 2 | Jonathan Fritzen | Fritzenized | Nordic Night 1 | Russell Malone | Love Looks Good On You | High Note Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
Position | Artist | Title | Label 10 | Rick Braun | Can You Feel It | Artistry 9 | Steve Gadd Band | 70 Strong | BFM Jazz 8 | Brian Culbertson | Live – 20th Anniversary Tour | BCM Entertainment 7 | Harold Mabern | Afro Blue | Smoke Sessions 6 | Dave Stryker | Messin’ With Mr. T | Strikezone Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
A Smooth Jazz Affair - Florida Edition 02:51 Bob Baldwin - Funkin For Jamaica 08:32 Kenny Brooks - A Few Miles West 13:14 Bob Baldwin - Funkin For Jamaica 18:05 Andy Snitzer Candy 22:52 Airborne - Hillside Swing 29:52 Lin Rountree - Candie Background Music - Michael and Mike.com - Here Comes The Rain
What is this thing called Smooth Jazz? This funny thing called Smooth Jazz? Who can solve its mystery? Why does it sound so crappy to me? Brace yourselves, people, as Mike and Pat search for the G spot. Bob James/Earl Klugh – ONE ON ONE; Kenny G – DUOTONES; Chris Botti – WHEN I FALL IN LOVE; Spyro Gyro – A NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Playlist: The Alchemystics-We Can Overcome, Neal Vitullo & The Vipers-What’s Better Than This, The Mary Jane Jones-Hold Tight, Hans Theessink & Terry Evans-Bourgeois Blues, Eric Bibb-Driftin’ Door To Door, Guy Davis-Black Coffee, Eric Lindell-Josephine, Bobby Patterson-Your Love Belongs Under A Rock, Ghost Town Blues Band- Big Shirley, The Cash Box Kings- I Ain’t Gonna Be No Monkey Man, Niecie-Bed Of Lies, Reno Jack the Bear-Lightning Fried, Cee Cee James-Blood Red Blues, Clayton Doley-Disbelief, Sunday Wilde- Destitution Blues, John Earl Walker- Earl’s Boogie, Howard & the White Boys-That’s Alright, Ben Rice & Lucy Hammond-Wants Me Back Again, Peter Novelli- Boudin, Roberto Morbioli & Morblus-Jungle Nights, Brian Charette-Late Night Tv, Mojomatics-Soy Baby.
This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here’s some more details about the show: It’s a warm welcome to Mike Chadwick who's here every other Wednesday to present the European Jazz Union - a show that highlights the best jazz music that Europe has to offer. Somewhat left of centre, it's music that the world needs to hear but seldom gets the chance to. Mike's here to fix that. Please feel free to get in touch with Mike with any comments or suggestions you might have; he’ll be more than happy to hear from you: email@example.com or you can follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Stereo, not stereotypical® Enjoy! European Jazz Union 6th May 2015 Artist - Track - Album - Year Krzystof Urbanski & Urban Jazz Society Neo Resonance History of Tomorrow 2014 Leila Olivesi Night & Day Utopia 2015 Carrot Lights Clouds Carrot Lihgts 2015 Matt Anderson's Wildflower Sextet Bloues for Wayne Wildflower 2015 Przemek Raminiak Quartet Locomotive Locomotive...
Wailing Tenor Sax will fill the air when the 78 RPM records of Illinois Jacquet on this week's The Jazz-O-Rama Hour.Joe Bev presents 78 RPM Jazz with a Sense of Humor: "The 78s of Illinois", including:1. Flyin' Home part 1 & 22. Hot Rod3. Jacquet and No Vest (Savoy Blip)4. Bottoms Up5. Mutton Leg6. Robbins' Nest7. Big Foot8. Jivin' with Jack the Bellboy9. Black Velvet10. Symphony in Sid11. Big Dog (1947)12. Jacquet Bounce13. 12 Minutes To Go14. Goofin' Off15. King Jacqet---Tenor saxophonist Jean-Baptiste Illinois Jacquet was an best remembered for his solo on "Flying Home" with Lionel Hampton, critically recognized as the first R&B saxophone solo. Although he was a pioneer of the honking tenor saxophone that became a regular feature of jazz playing and a hallmark of early rock and roll, Jacquet was a skilled and melodic improviser, both on up-tempo tunes and ballads. He doubled on the bassoon, one of only a few jazz musicians to use the instrument.Jacquet was born to a Sioux mother...
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Named one of the 27 greatest keyboard players of all time by Music Radar, Frank McComb is a divine soul man who speaks with the native tongue of soul, jazz, blues and pop. His virtuoso vocal and piano work has made him not only an indispensable and highly sought after session musician, but a favorite on the soul, jazz and R&B scenes. He’s worked with Prince, Branford Marsalis, George Duke, Patrice Rushen, Gerald Levert, The Rude Boys, and so many more! Frank will talk to us about his new EP SoulMate featuring guitarist David P. Stevens and Avery Sunshine. Follow Frank on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.