The Series Finale - All Jazz is Local (2011 - 2018)

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So far, we have broadcast ninety-nine one-hour programs to tell the story of the first 100 years of recorded jazz. We have heard the creative work of hundreds of players, composers, arrangers, and bandleaders, famous and obscure. Each of the contributors to this rich history had colleagues and bandmates with whom they played as they grew up and matured; teachers formal and informal; and mentors. They played in basements, living rooms, classrooms, high school gyms, churches, clubs and theaters. They were part of a local scene. All jazz is local.

In this, the final, hour of Jazz at 100, we will celebrate the local scene... our local scene ... the wonderful jazz scene of Charlottesville, Virginia.


  • Host Intro 0:00
  • John D'Earth Quintet "Goodbye Secret King (For LeRoi Moore)" from On (Cosmology) 4:16
  • Jeff Decker Quartet "Blue Wave" from Blue Wave (Self Produced) 10:27
  • Robert Jospe Express "Tenor Madness" from Classics (Inner Rhythm Music) 14:08
  • Host speaks 18:41
  • Charles Owens Trio "UMMG" from A Day with Us (Jellowstone Records) 23:00
  • Jonah Kane-West Trio "10th Street Northwest" from One Hit at Bobby's (Self Produced) 29:16
  • Host speaks 34:29
  • Hod O'Brien Trio with Stephanie Nakasian "Sweet Georgia Brown" from It Don't Mean a Thing (Spice of Life) 35:55
  • Veronica Swift Quartet "Hod House" from Lonely Woman (HodStef) 38:52
  • Host speaks 42:30
  • Jack Kilby and the Front Line "Love Is A Song Anyone Can Sing" from Love Is A Song Anyone Can Sing (Self Produced) 45:34
  • Kait Dunton, John D'Earth, Dane Alderson -Jake Reed Quartet "Planet D'earth" from Planet D'earth (Self Produced) 52:17
  • Host Outro 54:55

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