Hampton Hawes, Oscar Peterson & More

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Dig into a good heaping portion of jazz organ with Pat Bianchi joined by vibes master Joe Locke, followed up by a new cut off Joey DeFrancesco' latest CD In the Key of the Universe. As the hour moves on, we explore the life and music of Italian jazz cat Roberto Magris and his deep ties to the Kansas City Jazz community. We then go on looking into a diverse set of acts likeBig Heart Machine, Jim McNeely, Kansas City Jazz Orchestra and Edmundo Ros.


  • Pat Bianchi "Humpty Dumpty featuring Joe Locke" In the Moment (Savant Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:04
  • Joey DeFrancesco "Inner Being" In the Key of the Universe (Macke Avenue Records) 6:54
  • Michael Wolff "Metairie" Swirl(Sunnyside) 12:04
  • Host talks 16:04
  • Hampton Hawes "You and the Night and the Music"Hampton Hawes Trio (Fantasy Records) 17:04
  • Roberto Magris "Another More Blues" World Gardens (JMood Records) 20:48
  • Host talks 25:51
  • Oscar Peterson "On a Clear Day" Oscar Peterson (Midnite Jazz) 27:27
  • Big Heart Machine "Tamalpias-V. (Cirrus)" Big Heart Machine (Outside in Music) 31:37
  • Host talks 36:13
  • Jim McNeely "Wishful Thinking"Rain's Dance (SteepleChase Productions) 37:46
  • Kansas City Jazz Orchestra "Dizzyland" Live on the Plaza (Kansas City Jazz Orchestra) 43:26
  • Host talks 49:02
  • Stan Kenton "Walking Shoes" Legrand Jazz (Tantara Productions) 50:27
  • Host talks 52:51
  • Edmundo Ros And His Rumba Band "Maria Elena" Edmundo (Edmundo Music) 52:33

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