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Aretha in Jazz & New Releases

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This week we pay homage to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, looking into her early jazz forays and her influence on many jazz musicians. We'll then dive into a bin full of extraordinary new albums.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" from Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill) (self-released) 0:00
  • Aretha Franklin "It Ain't Neccarily So" from Aretha: With the Ray Bryan Trio (Columbia) 0:17
  • Host talks 3:06
  • Aretha Franklin "Lover Come Back to Me" from Live at the Steve Allen Show 5:28
  • Dee Dee Bridgewater "Dr. Feelgood (Live)" from Live in Paris (Charly) 8:44
  • Bill Frisell "Chain of Fools" from Is That You? (Elektra) 14:14
  • Phil Haynes & Free Country "R.E.S.P.E.C.T." from My Favorite Things (1960-1969) (Corner Store Jazz) 17:40
  • Grover Washington Jr. "All the King's Horses" from All the King's Horses (Motown) 21:53
  • Stanley Turrentine "Dr. Feelgood" from The Return of the Prodigal Son (Blue Note) 25:40
  • Lonnie Smith "Think!" from Think! (Blue Note) 31:19
  • Host talks 36:00
  • The Rob Dixon Trio "Memphis Bus Stop" from Coast to Crossroads (self-released) 39:43
  • Medeski, Martin & Wood with Alarm Will Sound "End of the World Party (Just in Case)" from Omnisphere (Indirecto) 45:12
  • Friends of Scotty Hard "Party Hard" from Party Hard (Bandcamp) 50:08
  • Don Cherry "Kick (feat. Brion Gysin)" from Home Boy, Sister Out (WEWANTSOUNDS) 58:37
  • Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids "Tinoge" from An Angel Fell (Strut) 1:02:40
  • Host talks 1:09:36
  • Nicole Mitchell "A Sound" from Maroon Cloud (FPE) 1:13:12
  • Andy Milne & Dapp Theory "Surge & Splendor" from The Seasons of Being (Sunnyside) 1:22:11
  • Allison Miller, Carmen Staaf "MLW" from Science Fair (Sunnyside) 1:29:29
  • Shai Maestro "New River, New Water" from The Dream Thief (ECM) 1:34:14
  • Wolfgang Muthspiel "Blueshead" from Where the River Goes (ECM) 1:41:04
  • JD Allen "Stranger in paradise" from Love Stone (Savant) 1:48:38
  • Host talks 1:54:37
  • Norvald Dahl Organic Chamber "John & the F" from Organic Chamber (AMP) 1:58:15

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