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Women in Jazz… and Only Women

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In 2020, for the first time, woman musicians won half of the instrumental categories in the Jazz Journalists Association's annual awards program. To celebrate Women's History Month, we are going to turn over the next several programs to women artists, whose numbers are steadily growing within the jazz ranks, making the music stronger. This hour of Jazz at 100 Today! will explore the music of All-Women groups—Terri Lyne Carrington & The Mosaic Project, Monika Herzig's Sheroes, Jane Bunnett and Maqueque, The Tiptons Saxophone Quartet and Artemis. Jazz Women in the next hour of Jazz at 100 Today!

Playlist

  • Host Intro 0:00
  • Monika Herzig Septet "Peaceful Piece" from The Whole World In Her Hand (Whaling City) 4:04
  • Terri Lyne Carrington & The Mosaic Project "Michelle" from The Mosaic Project (Concord Music) 7:49
  • Artemis "Goddess of the Hunt" from Artemis (Blue Note) 14:38
  • Host speaks 21:55
  • Jane Bunnett And Maqueque "La Flamenca Maria" from Oddara (Linus Entertainment) 24:48
  • The Tiptons Sax Quartet "Tipango" from Cookbook (Sowiesound) 31:41
  • Host speaks 36:44
  • Jane Bunnett and Maqueque "Habana De Noche (Havana At Night)" from On Firm Ground/Tierra Firme (Linus) 39:40
  • Artemis "The Fool on the Hill" from Artemis (Blue Note) 44:10
  • Monika Herzig's Sheroes "Nancy Wilson Portrait" from Sheroes (Whaling City Records) 50:15
  • Host Outro 56:42

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