John Vanore, Benny Carter, Duke Ellington and more

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Our hour of music begins with an interview with trumpeter and composer John Vanore, about his latest release. Then, we hear from his music hero and mentor Oliver Nelson before moving on to Danish musicians Alex Jønsson and Mette Juul. We also profile the Canadian group The Shuffle Demons, The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra and Kansas City's Guitar Elation. Enjoy the show.


  • John Vanore "Lady" Primary Colors (Acoustical Concepts Inc.) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:39
  • John Vanore and Abstrct Truth "Curiosity" Curiosity Acoustical Concepts) 7:49
  • Oliver Nelson "Blues at the Five Spot" Birth of a Jazz Legend (Stardust Records) 12:17
  • Host talks 17:56
  • Alex Jonsson "Heathland"Heathland (Alex Jonsson / Cargo) 18:54
  • David Pastorius "Maniac" The Film Sessions (Dot Time Records) 21:29
  • Host talks 26:28
  • Benny Carter Big Band "The Flavor of a Fool" Forward (Forever Records) 27:01
  • Shuffle Demons "Cat Walk" Crazy Time (Stubby Records) 30:17
  • Host talks 33:58
  • Guitar Elation "The Rewinder" Double Live at the Green Lady Lounge (Jazz Daddy Records / Green Lady Radio) 35:19
  • Knoxville Jazz Orchestra "Rhythm-a-Ning" The Road Less Traveled (Blue Canoe Records) 40:44
  • Host talks 45:27
  • Viola McCoy "Mama Is Waitin' for You" Volume 3 (Document Records) 46:40
  • Mette Juul "Dindi" Change (Universal Music A/S) 49:31
  • Host talks 52:32
  • Duke Ellington "Juniflip" At the Alhambra (Fantasy Records) 53:1

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