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An hour of varied & diverse Jazz covering traditional, modern/experimental and African

An hour of varied & diverse Jazz covering traditional, modern/experimental and African approaches to the genre, artists such as Billie Holiday, Kenny Burrell, Charles Mingus, Polar Bear, The Bad Plus and various tracks from the Ethiopiques series. The beautiful image of central park in autumn was provided by the lovely and talented Tess Motherway, check…

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Feat. The Meters, Willie Mitchell, Al Green, Paul Desmond, Errol Garner, Satie and Philip Glass

The first half hour is mainly soul and funk from The Meters, Irma Thomas, Al Green and his producer/collaborator Willie Mitchell. The second half starts off with a great piece from the much underrated Paul Desmond’s 1963 album ‘Easy Living’, followed by Erroll Garner’s lovely reading of ‘I’m in the mood for love’. The last…

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Feat. Radiohead, Burial, Blue sky boys, Yabby You, Culture, Nas/AZ, Horace Silver and John Coltrane

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Feat. Allen Toussaint, Lee Dorsey, Irma Thomas, The Show Men, Coleman Hawkins and Tom Harrell

A quality hour of music feat. that classic New Orleans sound for the first half with pieces written and produced by the great Allen Toussaint, expect to hear Lee Dorsey, Irma Thomas, The Show men and another great New Orleans writer/producer – one Eddie Bo. Some lovely jazz in the second half from the likes…

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Deep Soul/Southern Soul and Jazz feat. Jackie Wilson, Joe Tex, Delores Johnson, Joe Perkins, Al Haig

An hour of mainly deep soul and southern soul feat. Jackie Wilson, Joe Tex, Delores Johnson, Joe Perkins, The Dynamics, Jackie Opel and more with some Jazz from Al Haig, Donald Byrd and Buster Smith sandwiched in the middle. There’s a great performance from Van Morrison to finish.

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All jazz, all night w/ Marian McPartland, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Clark Terry, Lee Konitz…

Great tracks from Marian McPartland, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Clark Terry, Lee Konitz, Dave Brubeck, Mary Lou Williams and more…

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A nice diverse range of styles and moods feat. mainly jazz pieces and music from film.

An hour of mainly jazz music, taking in various styles and eras along with musical interludes from some films I watched recently. The show closes with an intended tribute to the late, great Jimmy Scott but I refer to him as Jimmy Smith (another legend entirely). I hope you enjoy what I think is a…

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That great late 50’s and 60’s sound taking in Gospel, Mod Jazz, Deep Soul and Pop

In the main this show features that great late 50’s and 60’s sound taking in Gospel, Mod Jazz, Deep Soul and pop with a few surprises thrown in for good measure feat. Bobby Bland, Ernie K-Doe, Huey ‘Piano’ Smith, Dorsey Burnette, Howlin’ Wolf and loads more…

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Lurching wildly from genre to genre – tracks from LTJ Bukem, Jan Jelinek, Roland Kirk, REM, Zomby…

I will be lurching wildly from genre to genre for this show – expect to hear tracks from LTJ Bukem, Jan Jelinek, Zomby, Al Haig, Kenyon Hopkins, R.E.M., Roland Kirk, David Heldock and many more…

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Feat. Artie Shaw, Monk, Benny Goodman, Coltrane, Mingus, Duke, Sonny Rollins and Simon & Garfunkel

I had a two hour slot recently so to make the best of it I thought I’d play a lot of Jazz I have been listening to lately – mostly 40s/50s classics from the likes of Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey and Sidney Bechet in the first hour then more traditional and avant-garde stuff…

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Feat. Phoenix, Broadcast, Portishead, S. Bechet, Prince Douglas, Low, SFA and African Jazz ‘n Jive.

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An hour of pure ear candy for this show – expect to hear plenty of Doo Wop, Gospel and Jazz

An hour of pure ear candy for this show – expect to hear plenty of Doo Wop, Gospel and Jazz from artists like Count Basie, Sun Ra, Sonny Till, Smith Jubilee Singers, Nolan Strong and some Elvis and Simon & Garfunkel just ’cause.

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