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Tommy Halferty Invites Norma Winstone
Tommy Halferty Invites Norma Winstone

Tommy Halferty & Norma Winstone

Salvator Mundi
Salvator Mundi

Mark Lockheart and Roger Sayer

Sailing Home
Sailing Home

Rosana Eckert

Video of the Day

I Didn't Know What Time It Was

This is an original arrangement of the Rodgers & Hart classic "I Didn't Know What Time it Was" featuring Pete Coco (bass) and Natalie Fabian (voice).

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Interview with Scenes From The Life Of A Young Jazz Musician
Interview with Steve Wilson at the Jazz Room
Interview with Take Five with Trio Lisipi

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Ocean Blues
Ocean Blues

Dave Wilson

Tenor Eleven
Tenor Eleven

Scott Robinson

Haze
Haze

Anicia Kohler

Born Today

Elmo Hope Elmo Hope
Born:1923

This profile was inspired by an exceptional article here on All About Jazz by Derek Taylor called “St. Elmo’s Fire” where he focuses and expands on Elmo Hope’s music and recordings.

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Jazz Story

View DaPaul Philips's All About Jazz profile By DaPaul Philips
Member since: 2013

I loved jazz from a young age, as a young musician I was fortunate to be influenced by gospel, blues, soul and classical choral hymns from my Caribbean music heritage. This shaped my musical interests and when I discovered pianists like; Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum, Erroll Garner, Bill Evens, George Shering, Nat King Cole and Bud Powell, since then I have been forever interested in jazz.

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Jazz Poll: top 100 jazz venues

All About Jazz would like to thank the 4,000 members who participated in our poll to help us identify the world's top jazz venues. For a recap, click here.

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TW = this week; LW = last week; 2W = two weeks ago.

JazzWeek Radio Chart

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1 Dave Stryker Eight Track III (Strikezone) 331 329 +2 0 62 1 7
2 3 2 Mary Stallings Songs Were Made to Sing (Smoke Sessions) 269 272 -3 1 51 2 5
3 2 3 Wynton Marsalis Bolden (Original Soundtrack) (Blue Engine) 241 276 -35 0 46 2 9
4 5 4 Alan Broadbent Trio New York Notes (Savant) 228 220 +8 3 52 4 7
5 6 5 Larry Fuller Overjoyed (Capri) 226 214 +12 2 45 5 5
6 4 6 Eric Reed Everybody Gets the Blues (Smoke Sessions) 220 254 -34 0 45 1 10
7 20 7 Tierney Sutton Band Screen Play (BFM Jazz) 213 170 +43 8 52 7 3
8 19 8 Theo Croker Star People Nation (Sony / Masterworks) 205 174 +31 6 50 8 3
9 12 9 Joshua Redman Come What May (Nonesuch) 203 195 +8 1 51 6 9
10 10 10 Steve Davis Correlations (Smoke Sessions) 201 200 +1 0 42 2 15