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Jazz for the Year of the Tiger's Winter Olympics


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This week we built the Mondo Jazz playlist in celebration of the Year of the Tiger, the Water Tiger to be precise, and the 24th Winter Olympics, selecting compositions that directly or indirectly relate to winter sports, Olympic games and the elements which are essential to all Winter Olympics: mountains, snow and ice...

Happy listening and Happy Lunar New Year!


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Fred Ho "Very, Very Baaad! Tribute Medley to Michael Jackson: II. Bad" Year of the Tiger (Innova) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:52
  • Michael Leonhart Orchestra "Skating" Live at Jazz Standard ([Unreleased]) 6:29
  • Host talks 9:52
  • Cory Wong "Team Sports" Wong on Ice (Cory Wong) 11:34
  • Chuck Mangione "Give It All You Got" Fun and Games (A&M) 18:12
  • Host talks 22:07
  • Medeski Martin & Wood "Ice" End of the World Party (Just in Case) (Blue Note) 23:44
  • Mederic Collignon "Snow Creatures" MoOvies (Just Looking) 28:13
  • Yaron Herman Trio "The Mountain in G Minor" Follow the White Rabbit (ACT) 40:14
  • Host talks 47:00
  • Miho Hazama "Olympic Fanfare and Theme" Dancer in Nowhere (Sunnyside) 48:52
  • The Ralph Sutton Quartet "Winter Wonderland" Jazz at the Olympics (Essential Media Group) 54:56
  • Martin Sather "Down the Drag Line" Down the Drag Line -Single (Martin Sather) 58:20
  • Host talks 1:04:41
  • Jane Ira Bloom "Ice Dancing (For Torvill & Dean)" Slalom (Koch) 1:06:56
  • Dave Douglas "A Nasty Spill" Mountain Passages (Greenleaf) 1:10:25
  • Host talks 1:17:49
  • Quintorigo "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" Around Zappa (Incipit) 1:18:48

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