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A Trip Into the Jazz Room with selections from DJ Paul Murphy

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This shows features music from the Jazz Room complied by Paul Murphy which is out on BBE Records. The music goes deep with tracks from Imperial Tiger Orchestra, New York Ska Jazz Ensemble. Sit back, put the headphones on and be mesmerised with 50 minutes of great music.

Playlist

  • Rez Abbasi "Wedding Preparation" from A Throw of the Dice (Whirlwind Recordings) 1:55
  • Blue Mode "Smells Like Teen Spirit" from The Jazz Room compiled by Paul Murphy (BBE Records) 09:01
  • Go: Organic Orchestra & Brooklyn Raga Massive "Savannahs" from Ragmala -A Garland of Ragas(Meta records) 14:47
  • Rhythmagic Orchestra "African Mailman" from The Jazz Room compiled by Paul Murphy (BBE Records)19:48
  • Art Ensemble Of Chicago "Zombie" from The Jazz Room compiled by Paul Murphy (BBE Records)28:01
  • Sure Fire Soul Ensemble "El Nino" from Build Bridges (ColeMine Records) 31.34
  • Imperial Tiger Orchestra "Emnete (Live )" from The Jazz Room compiled by Paul Murphy (BBE Records)38:58
  • New York Ska Jazz Ensemble "Boogie Stop Shuffle" from The Jazz Room compiled by Paul Murphy (BBE Records)44:18
  • Kevin Sun "The Rigors of Love: I" from The Sustain of Memory (Endectomorph Music) 51:21
  • Fred Hersch "Blue Midnight " from Whirl (Palmetto Records) 56:32

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