It All About the Sax with Kyle Nasser

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This show features an interview with saxophonist Kyle Nasser talking about his career in music. We also discuss his latest album Persistent Fancy, which looks at where people originate from which can be different to where they live. As this is a jazz show there is lots of new music and some tracks from the archives as Espresso by Bob James as album of the week.


  • Christoph Irniger Pilgrim "Big Wheel" from Crosswinds (Intakt Records) 2:10
  • Dave Meder " Work" fromPassage (Outside In Music) 10:47
  • Don Rendell, Ian Carr Quintet "Elastic Dream" from The Complete Lansdowne Recordings 1965-1969 (Vinyl box set) (Jazzman) 16:22
  • Aaron Parks Little Big Band "The Trickster" from Aaron Parks Little Big Band (Ropeadope) 22:17
  • Abase "Align" from Align (HHV) 30:56
  • John Novello "Good to Go" from Good to Go (Self-Produced) 37.43
  • Betty Bryant "Love Came and Went" from Project 88 (bry-mar music) 44:20
  • Chris Jentsch "1491" from Topics in American History (Blue Schist) 47:45
  • Interview with and music by Kyle Nasser 59:15
  • Album of the Week: Bob James Espresso (Evosound) 2:02:14

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