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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!
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!
JazzTimes publisher Lee Mergner and jazz singer Rene Marie preview new music and talk about issues and trends in the jazz world.
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 ...
Smooth Jazz Affair Dedicated To Independent Smooth Jazz.
A weekly survey of the top jazz albums of the week, hosted by Marcellus "The Bassman" Shepard and Kyle LaRue
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. ]]>
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.
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
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.
Two strikingly handsome middle-aged men get together every other week to discuss jazz in depth. Irreverent, irascible, engaged.
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 186 countries and play host to 1,508 podcasts and 64 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
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.
A preview of upcoming conversations and improvisations with Marian McPartland and the brightest stars from the world of jazz.
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!
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
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.
Highlighting the best in jazz and improvisational music with music features, interviews and commentary.
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.
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.
Saxophonist Phil Denny returns following the three-time Billboard charting debut release "Crossover" with more tasty lyricism, sultry flow and stylish groove on the diverse and well-balanced sophomore release "Upswing." The 11-track offering infuses elements of R&B, urban vibe, uptempo pop and funk. "Upswing" will be available July 1, 2015! Follow Phil on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
This podcast features mostly new music from great modern jazz artists. Of note are a couple of tracks each from Hartford based trombonist Steve Davis and pianist Luis Perdomo. The final track is a cool jazz standard from Miles’ muted horn. Featured AlbumSay When - Steve Davis on iTunes Track ~ Artist ~ Album Calm, Cool & Collected ~ Behn Gillette ~ Mindset Shortcake ~ Steve Davis ~ Say When Mr. Johnson ~ Steve Davis ~ Say When Blues Minus One ~ Pat Bianchi Trio ~ A Higher Standard Looking Through You ~ Luis Perdomo ~ Twenty-Two How Deep Is Your Love ~ Luis Perdomo ~ Twenty-Two Try To Remember ~ Kenny Werner ~ The Melody Dear Old Stockholm ~ Miles Davis ~ Round Midnight
Guest co-host Bob Blumenthal joins Lee at the JazzTimes office in Braintree, Mass for a saxophone-heavy session. They spin cuts from new albums by JD Allen and Jon Irabagon and then riff on the legacy of Ornette Coleman. This episode is sponsored by ECM Records.
A 2-hour special looking at artists performing at this year’s 36th Edition of the Montreal International Jazz Fest which starts today and runs until July 5. Includes: Stanley Clarke Band, John Pizzarelli, Jordan Officer, Molly Johnson, Jane Bunnett and Robert Glasper.
A Smooth Jazz Affair - Colorado Edition 03:03 Tim Cunningham -That is the life 07:50 Granddaddy Mack - Smooth as Silk 12:15 Mike Di Lorenzo - Can't Hide Love 15:43 Tom Randles - Back In The Day 21:10Michael Manson - Outer Drive 28:15 Curtis Haywood - Rain Song Background Music - Michael and Mike.com - Here Comes The Rain
Position | Artist | Title | Label 5 | Jeff Golub | The Vault | eOne Music 4 | Vincent Ingala | Coast To Coast | Independent 3 | Cyrus Chestnut | A Million Colors In Your Mind | High Note 2 | Joey Alexander | My Favorite Things | Motema 1 | Boney James | Futuresoul | Concord 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 | James Lloyd | Here We Go | Shanachie 9 | Harold Mabern | Afro Blue | Smoke Sessions 8 | The Sax Pack | Power of 3 | Shanachie 7 | Aaron Diehl | Space Time Continuum | Mack Avenue 6 | Cory Weeds | Condition Blue: The Music of Jackie McLean | Cellar Live New Music Feature: Robert Glasper "Covered" (Blue Note) Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
Playlist: Branchwater, Wake Me Up, Mama, The Sarah Lemieux Quintet, The Skies Stayed Blue, Spiritual Rez, Giving Her Love, Orb Mellon, What I’m Going To Do With You, Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, Short Ribs, Brandon Santini, What You Doing To Me, The Balkun Brothers, Slidin’ Butt, Hornbuckle, Slave To The Benjamins, Jason Ricci, Shakey’s Jump, Lazer Lloyd, Burning Thunder, The Lucky Losers(Cathy Lemon & Phil Berkowitz), Change In THe Weather, The Texas Horns, Soul Stroll, Funky dawgz Brass Band, Saints, Jonathon “Boogie” Long, Bad Day, Billy Iuso, Been Through Hell, Johnny Sansone, Once It Gets Started, Papa Grows Funk, Make It Right Now, Mike Zito, Subtraction Blues, Roots Of Creation, Oh Lord Brian Charette, Late Night Tv, Mojomatics,Soy Baby Win $100 Gift Card in our Feed Our Friends Contest:
JazzTimes publisher Lee Mergner and guest co-host bassist Gerald Veasley preview new releases from Chris Washburne and Jason Miles/Ingrid Jensen and talk about the perils of redoing songs from iconic artists such as Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis. The two riff on the challenges and rewards of teaching adults how to play an instrument, with Gerald talking about his experiences with his Bass Boot Camp. This episode sponsored by the Syracuse Jazz Festival.
My debut radio show on WWUH from University of Hartford. A station with a tradition of supporting jazz music over the air and live concerts. This excerpt of my show starts with Noah Preminger and Joshua Redman covering Ornette Coleman. John McLaughlin provides a meditative piece. Then some newcomers on the jazz scene, Miami’s Troy Roberts on sax and 12 year old phenom Joey Alexander on piano. Featured AlbumMy Favorite Things (Deluxe Edition) - Joey Alexander Track ~ Artist ~ Album Toy Dance ~ Noah Preminger ~ Before the Rain Lonely Woman ~ Joshua Redman ~ Momentum Zakir ~ John McLaughlin ~ Remember Shakti Up Jumped Spring ~ Troy Roberts ~ Secret Rhymes Giant Steps ~ Joey Alexander ~ My Favorite Things I Mean You ~ Joey Alexander ~ My Favorite Things
For Father's Day, host Joe Bev presents an hour of early and late recordings of one of the Fathers of Jazz: Louis Armstrong, including: Willie The Weeper; Mack The Knife; Down In Honky Tonk Town; Cornet Chop Suey; Kiss Of Fire; Satchelmouth Swing; Gut Bucket Blues; C'est Si Bon; Laughin' Louie; High Society; A Kiss To Build A Dream; and On Mahogany Hall Stomp (four versions). Nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, Armstrong had a long and successful career as a American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Coming to prominence in the 1920s as an "inventive" trumpet and cornet player, Armstrong was a foundational influence in jazz, shifting the focus of the music from collective improvisation to solo performance. With his instantly-recognizable gravelly voice, Armstrong was also an influential singer, demonstrating great dexterity as an improviser, bending the lyrics and melody of a song for expressive purposes. He was also skilled at scat singing (vocalizing using sounds and syllables...
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Trombonist Clark Gayton discusses his work with everyone from Basie and Ray Charles to Rihanna and Sting.
Includes the new cd released this week for the Robert Glasper Trio, the new cd from Kurt Elling, and Thomas Carbou. Also, Nova Soctia’s Gypsophilia, classical/jazz cross-over composer Marike Van Dijk, Barney McClure B3/Big Band project, and older tracks from Chet Baker and Buddy Rich. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca
Position | Artist | Title | Label 5 | Jeff Golub | The Vault | eOne Music 4 | Harold Mabern | Afro Blue | Smoke Sessions 3 | Vincent Ingala | Coast To Coast | Independent 2 | Cyrus Chestnut | A Million Colors In Your Mind | High Note 1 | Boney James | Futuresoul | Concord In Studio Guest: Trumpeter Terence Blanchard! 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 | The Sax Pack | Power of 3 | Shanachie 9 | Vincent Herring | Night And Day | Smoke Sessions 8 | James Lloyd | Here We Go | Shanachie 7 | Cory Weeds | Condition Blue: The Music of Jackie McLean | Cellar Live 6 | Joey Alexander | My Favorite Things | Motema In Studio Guest: Trumpeter Terence Blanchard! Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
A Smooth Jazz Affair - Colorado Edition 03:17 Richard Elliot -Mango Tango 07:47 Danny Lerman - The First Time 12:20 Fabio Mignola - Night Flight To LA 17:18 Groove 55 - Los Angeles 22:08 Nate Harasim - Tropical Mist 25:15 Everette Harp - Hey Yeh 30:15 Kenneth TAylor - Groovin 37:00 Najee - heart Like Mine Background Music - Michael and Mike.com - Here Comes The Rain
Terence Blanchard on Miles and Jack Johnson
Marcus Strickland on the music business, politics, and hip hop.
The candles blew and then disappeared, the curtains flew and then he appeared, saying "baby, don't be afraid" . . . to discuss the first four releases on powerhouse jazz label Black Saint: Billy Harper – BLACK SAINT; Archie Shepp – SEA OF FACES; Muhal Richard Abrams – SIGHTSONG; Don Pullen – CAPRICORN RISING.
Playlist: Jeff Pitchell, It Comes To Me Naturally, Erin Harpe & The Delta Swingers, Love Whip Blues, Scott Ellison, Fishsticks and Jelly, Toots Lorraine, Let Your Tears Fall Baby, James Harman, (I Am) The World’s Badluckest Man, Royal Southern Brotherhood, The Big Greasy, Rusty Wright, Love’s Gonna Treat You Right, Victor Wainwright & The Wildroots, Boom Town, JJ Appleton & Jason Ricci, Black Limousine, Damon Fowler, Third Rate Romance, JC Smith, Cold Sweat, Mike Henderson Band, Possession, Spiritual Rez, Alone Again, Orb Mellon, Love & Violence, Sugar Ray & the Bluetones, Ninety Nine Brandon Santini, This Time Another Year, Big Mean Sound Machine, Contraband, Funky Dawgz Brass Band, Do Whatcha Wanna, Balkun Brothers, Oh Yeah, 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 17th June 2015 Artist - Track - Album - Year LG Jazz Collective Grace Moment New Feel 2014 Anat Cohen Lilia Luminosa 2015 Entropi In Flux New Era 2015 Gael Horellou Cite Engloutie Synthesis 2015 Beats and Pieces Big Band Pop All In 2015 Pavel Morochovic Trio Vicious Circle Awakening 2015 Binker & Moses Man Like GP...
Host Rod Lucas with Best Smooth Jazz from London England (first broadcast 23rd May 2015). New Smooth Jazz and grooves you may not of heard before. Instrumental Soulful music. http://BestSmoothJazz
Vocalist Tierney Sutton is one of the hottest jazz artists working today. A six-time Grammy nominee, her album After Blue was nominated for "Best Jazz Vocal Album" in 2015. When Sutton came on Piano Jazz in 2004, she had just released her album Dancing in the Dark, a tribute to Frank Sinatra, which debuted in the Billboard Top Ten. With her accompanist Christian Jacobs, Sutton performs a set of standards, and she and McPartland team up to perform "Last Night When We Were Young."
Pianist Dwike Mitchell (1930 – 2013) joined bassist and French horn soloist Willie Ruff in 1955 to form the Mitchell-Ruff duo, which created a stir in New York nightclubs and across the globe as they gained recognition for their elegant sound. On this 1990 Piano Jazz, Mitchell demonstrates his formidable technique, touch, and feeling on "Lush Life." McPartland and Mitchell form their own duo to play "Don't Worry About Me."
Lee and guest co-host Gerald Veasley preview some funky jazz cuts from new albums by Marcus Miller and Steve Gadd. They riff on jazz and music in South Africa. Episode sponsored by the Newport Jazz Festival.
This podcast is dedicated to late great Ornette Coleman who passed away this week. Ornette was a saxohonist, trumpeter, violinist, composer and an innovator of the Free Jazz and Avant Garde movement. The second half of this podcast is from Pat Metheny’s Song X Podcast. Pat does a great job of explaining Ornette Coleman’s music, and the experience of recording with him. Featured AlbumNew York Is Now! - Ornette Coleman on iTunes Track ~ Artist ~ Album When Will the Blues Leave ~ Ornette Coleman ~ Something Else! Lonely Woman ~ Ornette Coleman ~ Shape of Jazz To Come ‘Round Trip ~ Ornette Coleman ~ New York Now Law Years ~ Ornette Coleman ~ Science Fiction Song X Podcast ~ Pat Metheny
Drummer Wendell Holmes Jr. incorporates the dynamics of rhythm with the perception of sound, redefining the ability to apply beats and melodies to all aspect of musicianship ranging from athleticism and performing arts to creation and production. Conference USA athlete turn, professional percussionist, Wendell Holmes Jr. brings a universal vibe to Jazz fusing the simplicity of Gospel drumming with the displacement of Rock drumming, creating a balance of heart felt grooves. We will talk to Wendell about his Lewis Avenue and Above It All releases and his recent trip to China. Follow Wendell on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
British jazz vocalist Jacqui Dankworth came to jazz after pursuing a theatre career, performing everywhere from the Royal Shakespeare Company to the West End. Jacqui talks about the advantages and challenges of having two well-known parents, Dame Cleo Lane and Sir John Dankworth.
Includes new releases from singers Kurt Elling, and Halie Loren, Eli Bennett (tsx), Andy Sheppard Qt, Thomas Carbou (gt) plus recent releases from Montreal’s Hard Bop 5, Ariel Pocock (vx, p). Also Pat Martino, Herbie Hancock, big band sounds from the Michael Waldrop BIg Band. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca
Position | Artist | Title | Label 5 | Jeff Golub | The Vault | eOne Music 4 | Joey Alexander | My Favorite Things | Motema 3 | James Lloyd | Here We Go | Shanachie 2 | Harold Mabern | Afro Blue | Smoke Sessions 1 | Boney James | Futuresoul | Concord 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 | The Sax Pack | Power of 3 | Shanachie 9 | Harry Allen | For George, Cole and Duke | Blue Heron LLC 8 | Brian Simpson | Out Of A Dream | Shanachie 7 | Cory Weeds | Condition Blue | Cellar Live 6 | Cyrus Chestnut | A Million Colors In Your Mind | High Note Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
The first recording of "Tiger Rag" (1917) is among the tunes that will fill the air on Joe Bev's Jazz-O-Rama Hour this week.Host Joe Bev presents 78 RPM Jazz with a Sense of Humor: "Tiger Rag: Dixieland Originals", including:1. Tiger Rag - The Original Dixieland Jass Band (1917)2. Tiger Rag - Friar's Society Orchestra (1922)3. Tiger Rag - Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra (1931)4. Feelin' No Pain - Miff Mole and His Little Molers (1927)5. New Orleans Stomp - Johnny Dodds and his Black Bottom Stompers (1927)6. I'm Gonna Stomp Mr. Henry Lee - Eddie Condon (1929)7. Bugle Call Rag - Billy Banks & His Orchestra (1923)8. The Waffle Man's Call - Johnny Bayersdorffer and his Jazzola Novelty Orchestra (1924)9. Papa's Got The Jim-Jams - Celestin's Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra (1927)10. Piggly Wiggly - Beale Street Washboard Band (1929)11. Wa-Da-Da (Ev'rybody's Doin' It Now)- Bix Beiderbecke and His Gang (1928)12. Ostrich Walk - The Original Dixieland Jass Band (1917)13. Doo Doodle Oom - Fletcher...
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Playlist: Danny Pease & The Regulators, Blood Sweat and Beers, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton, Trying To Make One Hundred, James Harman, Bonetime, JC Smith, Jump For Joy, Golden Novak Band, Hands On, Jason Ricci, Down At The Juke, Damon Fowler, Tightrope, Eddie Shaw, Louisiana Blues, Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, Hungry But Happy, Big Mean Sound Machine, Whoa Gosh, Brandon Santini, You Ruined Poor Me, Spiritual Rez, Wake Up Boy, Rusty Wright, Corvette Sunday, Josh Garrett, Honey For My Queen, Albert Castiglia, Till I Fell In Love With You, John Ginty/Albert Castiglia, The Quirk, Roots Of Creation, That’s How Strong My Love Is, Shawn Holt & The Teardrops, You Done Me Wrong, Jeff Pitchell, Whiskey River, Brian Charette, Late Night Tv, Mojomatics, Soy Baby.
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Gerry Mulligan (1927 – 1996) was best known as a baritone saxophonist. He was pivotal in developing the West Coast jazz sound and was featured in big bands for years. He also composed and performed symphonic music and played piano. In this Piano Jazz session from 1987, Mulligan performs his original compositions "Ontet" and "Good Neighbor Thelonious." He and McPartland wrap up the program with a duet of "Blues Angst."
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Position | Artist | Title | Label 10 | Peter White | Smile | Concord 9 | Joey Alexander | My Favorite Things | Motema 8 | The Sax Pack | Power of 3 | Shanachie 7 | Cyrus Chestnut | A Million Colors In Your Mind | High Note 6 | Jose James | Yesterday I Had The Blues: The Music of Billie Holiday | Blue Note Questions? Comments? Feedback? Suggestions? We'd love to hear from you! Join the conversation at http://www.Facebook.com/CoolJazzCountdown!
We'll talk to saxophonist J. Henry about his Phenomenon record, scheduled for release on Tuesday, June 9 on the Spectra Jazz label. Follow J. Henry on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
New and Old pairings make up this weeks playlist. Trumpeter Ingrid Jensen and keyboardist/arranger Jason Miles, bass and guitar from Harvie S and Sheryl Bailey bring in the new. Then Coltrane is paired, first with Duke Ellington and then guitarist Kenny Burrell for the classic old. Kenny Garrett covers John Coltrane to close out the podcast. Featured AlbumPlucky Strum - Harvie S & Sheryl Bailey on iTunes Track ~ Artist ~ Album Ferrari ~ Ingrid Jensen & Jason Miles ~ Kind of New Seeing Through The Rain ~ Ingrid Jensen & Jason Miles ~ Kind of New Ghost Dancer ~ Harvie S & Sheryl Bailey ~ Plucky Strum S & S ~ Harvie S & Sheryl Bailey ~ Plucky Strum The Feeling of Jazz ~ Duke Ellington & John Coltrane Lyresto ~ John Coltrane & Kenny Burrell Like Sonny ~ Kenny Garrett ~ Pursuance: The Music of John Coltrane
Here she is once again dancing the funk right off everyone’s dancing shoes: saxtress Paula Atherton. The lady has a new label (Maurice White’s Kalimba Music), some slammin’ contributions from one of the coolest guitarist around, Nick Colionne, lovely trumpeter Cindy Bradley, and the wonderfully talented, equally lovely keyboardist Gail Jhonson. Couple that with that same seductive, crystal clear vocal style that has brought her this far and an album of all new, all original material – Ear Candy — and I think we can look for a chart topper here. This release marks her fourth, and each just seems to take the listener a little bit farther into the fascinating sound-rich world of this now so well-defined saxtress. That her fortunes are blossoming so well (new label, notable luminaries signing on to contribute) only further proves her to be more than ready to share the upper rungs of that wonderful c-jazz ladder. It is also evident that her style and material are irresistibly charming. Ear Candy...
Cheek to Cheek, Rat Race, and Open the Door, Richard are among the tunes that will fill the air when the Count Basie 78 RM Records will be heard this week's The Jazz-O-Rama Hour. Host Joe Bev presents 78 RPM Jazz with a Sense of Humor: Open the Door, Richard: The 78 RPM Records of Count Basie, including: 1. Swingin' The Blues (1938) 2. Swingin' The Blues (1947) 3. Boo Hoo (1937) 4. Topsy (1937) 5. Exactly Like You (1937) 6. Rat Race (1950) 7.Open The Door, Richard 8. Out The Window (1937) 9. Cheek to Cheek (1947) 10.South (1947) 11. Doggin' Around (1938) 12. Solidasa Rock (1950) 13. Swinging At The Daisy Chain (1937) 14. Smarty (You Know It All) (1937) 15. Every Tub (1937) 16. Seventh Avenue Express (1947) William "Count" Basie was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. His mother first taught him piano and he started performing in his teens. Dropping out of school, he learned to operate lights for vaudeville and to improvise accompaniment for silent films at a local...
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New Orleans drummer Gerald French joins Judy onstage at the 2013 Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland to discuss his passion for the music of his hometown and desire to carry on the NOLA tradition in playing the music and having respect for its history.
Includes new music from Montreal’s Hard Bop 5, and Annie Dominique’s (tsx) debut cd Tout Autour, a new project from drummer Jerry Granelli, also tracks from Rez Abbasi (gt), Josh Nelson (p). Classic tracks from Shorter, Holiday. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca
Two vocalists and two big bands make up the bulk of today's show, but stay tuned for record store day confessions, part 1, and marvel as the boys reminisce about disco demolition day. Carmen McRea – SARAH: DEDICATED TO YOU (1990); Count Basie – AT NEWPORT (1957); Natalie Cole – TAKE A LOOK (1993); Toshiko Akiyoshi – ROAD TIME
Playlist: Turbine, Trouble In A Bottle, Balkun Bros., Got My Boots On, Easy Baby,Champagne & Reefer, Neal Vitullo & The Vipers, Sugar Daddy, Steve Guyger, Cool In The Evening, Ryan Hartt & The Blue Hearts, Believe What I Said, Howard & The White Boys, The Last Time, Josh Garrett, Back From Memphis, Royal Southern Brotherhood, I Wanna Be Free, Rusty Wright, Whiskey Drinkin’ Woman, Johnny Mastro & The Mama’s Boys,Francine, Victor Wainwright & tHe Wildroots, SAturday Night Sunday Morning, Jeff Pitchell, Saturday Night, Spiritual Rez, Baby’s Mama, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton, Lost My Appetite For Chicken, Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, Nothing But The Devil, Brandon Santini, Fish Is Bitin’, Broca’s Area, Habit Of Mind, Danny Pease & The Regulators, Lifestyles, 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: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Stereo, not stereotypical® Enjoy! European Jazz Union 3rd June 2015 Artist - Track - Album - Year Ivo Neame Strata Strata 2015 Beady Belle Self Fulfilling Songs from a Decade 2015 In the Country Ursa Najor Whiteout 2009 Pascal Schumacher Sakura San Left, Tokyo, Right 2015 The Ordinary Square Telescope No. 2 When in Paris 2015 Teresa Indebetou Band Driving Present 2015 Pavel...