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Paul Phillips Soulful Grooves Solar Radio Show Supporting, Showcasing, Promoting New Music on Solar Radio playing Soulful House, Deep House, Jazzy House, Contemporary Soul, Neo Soul, Soul, R&B, Classic Soul, Funk, Jazz Fusion, 80s Boogie, Disco, Club and House Classics. Here you will find downloads for my Saturday show featuring new and classic soulful house. My Thursday show features new and classic soul. I also compiled Under The influence Vol 2 for Z Records.
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Sneakers 54 was established in 1976 when a group of friends got together after deciding they had to do something about the lack of good West end clubs that played Jazz,Funk & Soul music. They found that in order to gain entry into clubs they would need to dress in suits, pay extortionate entrance fees, and then have to listen to pop music for hours until the DJ decided to play the odd Soul or Jazz tune at the end of the night. Their next move was to hire venues in the West End and hold their ...
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830...A Jazz Podcast

Herman Hollywood Dawkins and Ray The Jazz Man

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"8:30...A Jazz Podcast”: The name of the podcast "8:30” comes from the Grammy Award winning album by the legendary Jazz Super Group Weather Report, that defined Jazz Fusion music back in the early 70’s & 80’s. With Joe Zawinul on Keyboards, Wayne Shorter on Saxophones, Jaco Pastorius on Bass, and Peter Erskine on Drums, Weather Report set a high standard of excellence throughout the Jazz World. With your podcast hosts, DJ’s Herman “Hollywood” Dawkins and Ray The Jazz Man, these two Jazz Musi ...
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Jazz Gumbo

Kirby Obsidian

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Jazz Gumbo is a fusion of jazz and related musical styles, including soul, rock, r&b, blues...even a little gospel. It's 80% from original vinyl, 70% from the 70's and 80's. Presented by Kirby Obsidian, it is broadcast live every Wednesday at 1:00 pm EDT, at www.radioregent.com. It comes to you from Regent Park Focus Media Arts Program in Regent Park, Toronto, Canada.
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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 en ...
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One of modern modern music’s most enduring genres, progressive rock has flourished since the late sixties when radio switched to FM and music became adventurous and more artistic outside of the comfort zones of Pop. Progressive rock also branched into sub-genres; progressive folk, progressive metal, RIO — rock in opposition, avant-garde & experimental, progressive electronic, Psychedelic space rock, progressive Italiano, post-rock, krautrock, canterbury, jazz fusion, and many others. Unlike ...
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This Podcast features Music Compositions from Multi-Instrumentalist Serious Nubian as well as The Ultimate Vibe Audio Music Orchestra plus shout-outs to various listeners world wide, Answer questions from e-mails from listeners about Music in general, read out e-mails from various listeners, answer questions about other Musicians, Equipment,Latest Music projects. Also Advertise to Book various Clients for Music Projects as well as doing Music Sound Tracks for various Film & TV Projects
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1.A virtual band comprised of talented musicians from planet Earth that have found a common groove and freedom to create in the jazz-funk/fusion scene. 2.Jazz musicians that collaborate in the virtual realm by sending recorded wave files through cyberspace via the internet to develop infectious instrumental compositions. Official web site at www.funkdawgs.com
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Brian Tarquin's Guitar Trax Show

Brian Tarquin's Guitar Trax Show

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GUITAR TRAX hosted by Brian Tarquin airs every Monday night from 10pm-12pm on WFIT 89.5FM on the Florida space coast, you can listen online WFIT.org. Tarquin plays jazz/rock fusion styles such as Weather Report, Pat Metheny, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Billy Cobham to Jeff Beck and Frank Zappa. The show also features in-depth interviews with today’s hottest guitar legends. Brian Tarquin is a multi Emmy Award winning composer/guitarist, who first graced the Top 20 Billboard Charts back in 1997 with ...
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Jazz60 podcast

Marky Mark Jazz60

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Marky Marks podcast feature his Jazz 60 show featuring Jazz of all forms from 1960 to 2K. After a 5 year break from music production, I have decided to restart shows as a podcast only and no immediate plans to return to radio broadcasting. If you're an artist or producer and would your work to be featured on a podcast, please feel free to contact me via email jazz60uk@yahoo.com Thank you!
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Podcast version of the original Radio Monaco broadcast. Soul, funk, jazz, rock, disco, soundtracks, library,early electro, sampled breaks & beats... mixed by Paul Kersey Bi-monthly, Fridays, 10:00 PM 95.4 FM (French Riviera residents) http://radio-monaco.com (streaming)
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Courtney Pine Global (CPG) is an exciting non-stop music playlist of the best new jazz releases dropping globally. From swing, smooth-jazz and latin-jazz to fusion, rock and global beats, Courtney picks a cool mix of new and well-known artists for you to work, rest and play to! Easy listening vocals, soulful bop, experimental vibes. Refreshingly new jazz. Funk, World and Hiphop lovers will enjoy these grooves too! A Jazz-pod Production - www.jazz-pod.com
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https://esumiyos.bandcamp.com/ Now the New Album Lepidoptera is available on Bandcamp Japanese indie rock musician/multiplayer(G,B,K,D,V), playing pop yet experimental songs, influenced by various music including 70's UK rock, Soviet rock, Japanese pops, TV soundtrack, heavy metal, new age, fusion, jazz, and prog rock (without programming). Artworks are made by esumiyos using ImageJ software.
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AMBIENT WORLDS ESCAPE POD is an Inspirational Blend of Ambient, Chill Out, Electronica, World and Jazz Fusion Genres. Featuring award-winning, innovative artists around the world, The AMBIENT WORLDS label provides a unique, Mind Expanding Formula which is a refreshingly eclectic, relaxing and uplifting experience...
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The Anatomy Of

Matt Halloran & Zak Wallace

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Matt Halloran and Zak Wallace listen to and dissect (usually, but not always) prog metal, prog rock, and jazz/fusion songs. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theanatomyof/support
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A free-floating discussion with Marbin's founding members guitarist Dani Rabin and saxophonist Danny Markovitch about everything music: booking, philosophy, marketing, theory, and anything in between. Get an in-depth, unique perspective garnered by over a decade on the road with a completely independently run jazz-fusion band.
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live-stream on twitch/insta occasionally on Friday nights. All links: linktr.ee/hughdef Hugh Def is a DJ from Cork City who loves to discover original music and share it with the world. In this podcast series he homes in on a different sub-genre of electronic & dance music every month.
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Legendary bebop guitar master, Bruce Forman, and amazing jazz fusion/blues guitarist, Scott Henderson, known for their hilariously cantankerous opinions and mutual penchant for heckling, wank poetically on all things guitar and the music business. GuitarWank host and guitarist, Troy MacCubbin, talks with Bruce Forman and Scott Henderson about how they met, their musical values, and guitar wank-u-cation. Guests, Stories, advice & everything you have to deal with being a Musician in the world ...
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Music for old people, pretentious music for the middle classes, complex music for young intellectuals or something we can all appreciate & enjoy? With the contribution of musicians in and around her community Fliss delves into the jazz genre to discuss why it continues to thrive amongst all generations.
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Jadestone Vintage Soul

Baba & Iya Cratediggers

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Jadestone Vintage Soul is a unique opportunity for listeners to hear an eclectic mix of disco, afrobeat, gospel funk, jazz fusion, neo-soul, boogie, breakbeat, blues, hip hop, reggae, Blaxploitation soundtrack, and ’60/’70s protest music that defies the typically 90-minute long playlists of commercial radio stations that focuses on playing “hit” music tracks repetitively. Added to this will be commentary, discussion and analysis concerning the artists and the music that enriches the listener ...
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"Explore the musical world with 'Artists to Watch' podcast series by Las Vegas Jazz Broadcaster Jason Beatty. Presented by The A.E. Group and 91.5 Jazz and More, each episode spotlights diverse and emerging artists across genres. Join us as we dive into their journeys, influences, and captivating performances. From jazz to soul, fusion to blues, discover the stories behind the talents that are shaping the music scene today.
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Music Musing

Craig Sybert

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Music Musing is a podcast where we talk about music. How it influenced you, how it makes you feel, what it has done for your life. We are always looking for those in the music industry to come on and talk about those experiences. If you have show ideas or just want to share your ideas on one of our topics, reach out to us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com
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A lot of listeners worry that jazz has ossified in the last, say, fifty years or so, but Mike decides to do something about it, terminological speaking, anyway. So this fortnight's episode explores the difference between curating a tradition and trying to create something new within it. Our test subjects comprise three brand-new releases (two instr…
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Show 484, A show we named Snooze you lose...its a laid back playlist designed for a Sunday morning show. So when you feel like a snooze stick this show on in the background, it'll put in a trance in no time...hope you enjoy it. Zzzzzzzzzz. If you would like to suggest a selection of tunes for a future show .....checkout the contact details below Pl…
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This is the last of my New Aquisitions series----lp's and cd's I recently found. It include three artists from my hometown, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They are:-Saxophonist PJ Perry playing with the #1 jazz pianist according to Downbeat critics' polls---Kenny Barron.-The Edmonton Jazz Ensemble from 1989, led by Sean McNally, performing a fascinatin…
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I don't own much reggae or dub music, and am absolutely no expert in the music or culture. But I deeply respect the politics and music, which is absolutely incredible and creative. Especially dub music, with its intricate sounds and rhythms. So here's a few selections from my tiny collection. Enjoy! Tracklist: Ernest Ranglin, Al Brown, Heptones, Bu…
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Jeff Aug has been touring as a solo guitarist for the last 25+ years in Europe and the United States, set two Guinness™ World Records, and landed a #1 album on the Apple iTunes Acoustic Music Charts in the United States. Originally from Washington, DC, Jeff has been living in the Alps' foothills in Southern Germany for 20+ years. He has toured with…
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In this episode Hollywood and The Jazz Man take a look at the Saxophone Colossus himself, the one and only Sonny Rollins, an American Jazz Tenor Saxophonist born September 7th 1930.He is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential jazz musicians, as The Jazz Man states “The Last Of The Beboppers”. A number of his compositions, in…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello and i'm back again hows it going this time round I'm going to be emailing everybody in support of Ultimate Vibe Audio Music Productions. I want to let you know and bring to your attention the Music thats coming out of this Studio Music Production company. I'm pretty sure you've heard some of it on the radio stations an…
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Back to more straight-ahead jazz this week from the 60's to the present. A brand new single from an upcoming album by Emmet Cohen starts the show followed by classic Brubeck, Chris Potter, Cannonball and more. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Emmet Cohen ~ Emmet’s Blues ~ Emmet's Blues - Single The Dave Brubeck Quartet ~ It's a Raggy Waltz ~ Time Fur…
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So I spent a few weeks trying to do something 'special' for episode 250 of Pullin from the Stacks, but all my attempts just didn't feel right. Which meant I just kept putting off uploading a new episode this past month. But this week it was time for the latest Walking in Space livestream (second Thursday every month on Twitch!) and I felt like it c…
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Hollywood and Ray The Jazz Man take us on a trip into GRP Records (Grusin-Rosen Productions) The first Jazz Record Label dedicated to digitally recorded masters, founded by Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen. We fly off with Chick Corea Elektric Band and then dive into tracks by Dave Grusin & Lee Ritenour, Michael Brecker, Dave Valentin, John Patitucci, G…
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The hilight for me on this week's podcast is a brand new cd (their first) by Moneka Arabic Jazz---led by Toronto's (via Iraq) Ahmed Moneka. I play two tracks from that album. I also play some more typical jazz recordings---with outstanding playing! Three of them are on the Pablo lable recorded in the mid 1970's. They include: -a track from the Quad…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello and welcome back to this weeks current Podcast Episode Of The Ultimate Vibe Audio Music Productions where the Music we bring you comprises of Cutting Edge Grooves and Original Music Compositions.But i have to say this . Is it ever hot & humid outside at the moment .Don't feel like doing anything in this heat .The Humid…
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Playlist: Scott Macleod - Straight Ahead Marathon - 2051 (2) Arrival/Twenty Fifty One: iv) Brief History Telergy - All Blood Runs Red Porcupine Tree - Untitled Dreams - Streetmark Schwarzarbeit - The Finale Vecteur K - Rue Jeanne-Mance Will-O-The-Wisp - Silent Thoughts - Part 1/It's time/Silent Thoughts - Part 2 Solaris - Revival Stackridge - Rufus…
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This episode has new releases from Sarah Hanahan (debut recording), Chris Potter, Adam O'Farrill and Steph Richards. Also featured are tracks from Gilbert Castellanos, Wayne Shorter, John Ambercrombie and more. Playlist Artist ~ Track ~ Album Gilbert Castellanos ~ Big P ~ Espérame En El Cielo Sarah Hanahan ~ Stardust ~ Among Giants Chris Potter ~ C…
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Jazz releases these days fight a game of inches. Almost everybody releasing music in the genre is technically accomplished and the rules have been laid out so long that almost everybody knows how to meet the listener's basic expectations. What makes an album stand out in the flood of new music unleashed every week? Sometimes it's as simple (and har…
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There were over five weeks where my podcast was out of commission due to the host having disappeared. Now I have a new host and I've been posting some new Discovering Jazz programs. During that no-activity period I was still buying cd's and records---waiting the time I could play some of them on my show. Well folks! That time has come! Most of thes…
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Send us a Text Message. Hi and welcome back to this weeks Podcast Episode of the Ultimate Vibe Audio Music Productions. Still working on new Music for another release to come out but i did a stupid thing. While i was working on new music the other day i accidently deleted one of the tracks i was working on which was a real pain in the ass.I was sor…
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Playlist: Scott Macleod - Straight Ahead Pelagos - Code Moodman - Delirium Nexus - Detras Del Umbral/La Procesion Interior Alan Parsons Project - The Eagle Will Rise again/In the Lap of the Gods Quaterna Requiem - Madrugada Will-O-The-Wisp - Elbereth (Lonely Queen) Nuova Era - Io E il Tempo Jane - Hangman Gift - Don't Waste Your Time / Psalm Messag…
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This episode features some of the fine jazz music coming out of Hartford Connecticut. It begins with new releases from Sarah Hanahan, Jonathan Barber and Andrew Renfroe. Later in the podcast we play a beautiful ballad from Jimmy Greene, also an alumni of U of H, and mentored by Jackie McLean. Playlist Artist ~ Track ~ Album Sarah Hanahan ~ Welcome …
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In This Great New Episode Of 8:30 A Jazz Podcast Herman Hollywood Dawkins and Ray The Jazz Man offer up some of their favorite classic CTI (Creed Taylor Incorporated) Records selections. CTI had a sound and groove all of their own. CTI was a subsidiary of A&M Records before becoming independent in 1970. We take a look at and listen to 1. Gibraltar …
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Send us a Text Message. Hello and how goes it .I'm feeling pretty good myself still recording brand new tracks for another album i still a fare ways to go yet but i do enjoy the process of creating Music. Just starting from scratch and putting it all together . Well I'm back again with another Podcast Episode complete with Cutting edge Grooves and …
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As a musician in high school, Owen Husney formed a band and by the following summer had a top 10 charted record in 19 US cities. As adman, Husney wrote commercials for Randy Newman and Little Feat and traveled on the road with Richard Harris, Sonny and Cher, The Rolling Stones, and Alice Cooper. During his stint as concert producer/promoter he work…
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I like to 'prepare' to go to Jazz Festival concerts (even if I don't actually go to many of them) as an excuse to 'discover' new jazz artists. And there are some great ones playing at this year's Edmonton Jazz Fest going on this week (June 25-30). And many of them are also on tour playing elsewhere in Western and Eastern Canada and the U.S., as wel…
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