Artemis, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins and More

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This week we start our show with the jazz supergroup, Artemis, as we focus on new jazz and the stars that are delivering it during these pandemic days. We also hear form Andy Milne, Teodross Avery, Ian Carey and Jocelyn Gould. We top it all off with classics from Count Basie, Oscar Peterson and Ray Noble.


  • Artemis "The Sidewinder" Artemis (Blue Note) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:26
  • Count Basie "Mutton Leg" The Very Best of Basie. Count Basie (Pablo) 8:15
  • Andy Milne and Unison "Anything about Anything" The reMission (Sunnyside) 11:36
  • Host talks 15:31
  • Oscar Peterson "Who Can I Turn To" Unmistakable -Zenph Re-performance (Sony Masterworks) 16:52
  • Teodross Avery "Journey to Paradise" The Diva's Choice (BTG Music) 21:10
  • Host talks 25:16
  • John Coltrane "Giant Steps" Giant Steps (Atlantic) 26:32
  • Jocelyn Gould "It's All Right With Me" Elegant Traveler (Posi-Tone Records) 31:17
  • Host talks 36:21
  • Sonny Rollins "Lust for Life" Sonny Rollins (Essential Media Group) 37:47
  • Ian Carey Quintet Plus 1 "This is Fine" Fire in my Head (Slow & Steady Records) 41:35
  • Host talks 48:25
  • Slam Stewart & Slim Gaillard "Dopey Joe" Reefer Songs (Red Devil Records) 49:51
  • Host talks 51:53
  • Ray Noble and His Orchestra with Al Bowlly "Midnight, the Stars and You" The Shining (Sounds of Yesteryear) 52:40

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