Coleman Hawkins, Oscar Pettiford and More

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This week we start with veteran Toronto jazz sax cat Joey Berkley and then move to legends like Sonny Rollins, Coleman Hawkins, Clifford Brown and Louis Armstrong. We also profile new work by Dave Bass, Gretje Angell, Miguel Zenon and Roberto Magris. From there, we hear some Twin Peaks music from Johnny Jewel and wrap it all up with the great Oscar Pettiford.


  • Joey Berkley Band "Loss and Found" Moving Forward (Independent) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:00
  • Sonny Rollins "Now's the Time " Now's the Time (BMG) 8:44
  • Dave Bass "Hallucinations" No Boundaries(Whaling City Sound) 12:47
  • Host talks 16:37
  • Coleman Hawkins "Boff Boff"Blue Changes (Masters of jazz) 1:21
  • Gretje Angell "I'm Old Fashioned" In Any Key (Grevlinto) 20:37
  • Host talks 24:34
  • Clifford Brown "Blue Moon" With Strings (Verve) 25:12/li>
  • Miguel Zenón "Colobó" Sonero The Music Of Ismael Rivera (Miel Music) 28:26/li>
  • Host talks 34:19
  • Johnny Jewel "Windswept" Twin Peaks Soundtrack 2017 (Rhino Records) 34:52
  • Roberto Magris Sextet "Planet of Love" Sun Stone (RB Records) 38:46
  • Host talks 46:27
  • Louis Armstrong "Steak Face" Live in Scandanavia (Saar srl) 47:02
  • Marian Petrescu "A Little Jazz Exercise" Jazz Piano Panorama The Best of Piano Jazz on Resonance (Resonance Records) 50:14
  • Host talks 53:13
  • Oscar Pettiford "You Say You Care"Jazz Masters (Limitless Int. Recordings) 53:58

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