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Frank Kimbrough: A Musical Portrait, Part 1

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Frank Kimbrough carved out a unique place on the jazz scene—he was admired and respected by his peers for his capacity to inhabit the moment and in this way embodied the spirit of jazz itself. This week we'll highlight music from his discography as a leader, sideman, composer, producer and mentor of a new generation of musicians; including some unreleased recordings.

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  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Frank Kimbrough "Fubu" Lullabluebye (Palmetto) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:05
  • Michael Blake "New Blues Old News" Elevated (Knitting Factory) 6:30
  • Host talks 9:45
  • Frank Kimbrough "TMI" Quickening (Omnitone) 11:37
  • Frank Kimbrough, Ron Horton, Ben Allison "The Afterbeat" Live at the InterContinental, NYC, 2019.6.27 (Unreleased) 20:49
  • Host talks 27:10
  • Frank Kimbrough "Quickening" Air (Palmetto) 29:00
  • Andrew Wangemann's Jazz Folk "A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing" Baby Babble (Self-released) 33:20
  • Frank Kimbrough, Federica Michisanti "Before I Go" Live in the West Village, NYC, 2019.3.10 (Unreleased) 38:00
  • Host talks 42:41
  • Jeff Cosgrove, Frank Kimbrough, Martin Wind "Stacks of Stars" Conversations with Owls (Grizzley) 44:44
  • Frank Kimbrough, Joe Locke "Forsythia" The Willow (OmniTone) 50:59
  • Frank Kimbrough "Question's the Answer" Solstice (Pirouet) 57:55
  • Host talks 1:02:54
  • Evan Harris "Gunderman" Skylines (54 Records) 1:05:48
  • Katie Bull "Blue Light" Freak Miracle (Innova) 1:10:50
  • Maryanne de Prophetis, Frank Kimbrough, Ron Horton "Gamba" Lilacs in Winter (Blue Group) 1:18:16
  • Host talks 1:23:30
  • Frank Kimbrough "Chant" Chant (Igmod) 1:24:24

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