Mary Halvorson, Arthur Briggs, Theo Hill and More

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This week we open with innovative guitarist Mary Halvorson. She brings great insights on her career and this new COVID-19 jazz world. We also listen and interview New York City pianist Theo Hill, who is now in Costa Rica during the global pandemic. Finally, we hear from Roberto Magris in Italy during the quarantine.


  • Mary Halvorson "My Mind I Find in Time" Code Girl (Firehouse 12 Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:58
  • New Mayfair Orchestra "Time on my Hands'" Timeless (RDS Records) 9:26
  • Jackie Myers "I've Got a Plan" Clementine (Live) (Jackie Myers) 12:44
  • Host talks 16:07
  • Judson Green "Cool Strut"Discover (Judson Green) 17:26
  • Arthur Briggs "Funny Girls" Black Europe (Bear Family Records GmbH) 21:50
  • Host talks 24:47
  • Vic Juris "Kirby's Scene" Two Guitars (SteepleChase) 25:53
  • Lynne Arriale Trio "The Dreamers" Chimes of Freedom (Challenge Records) 32:50
  • Host talks 37:00
  • Gianni Basso "Dear Old Stockholm" Two for the Cities (Philology) 38:06
  • Theo Hill "Swell" Reality Check (Posi-Tone Records) 43:25
  • Host talks 47:18
  • Gerry Mulligan "My Funny Valentine" The Show (Cool Note) 48:29
  • Host talks 51:19
  • Roberto Magris "You're My Everything, Yes I Am!"Suite (Jmood Records) 52:30

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