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Jazz Renditions of Blues, Soul, Pop & Rock Hits (Part 2)

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This week we continue our exploration of jazz interpretations of today's popular music, with renditions of the songs of artists ranging from Kraftwerk to Sly and the Family Stone, from Björk to Frank Zappa, from J.J. Cale to Bob Marley and more.

Happy listening! And if you like this episode, check Part 1

Playlist

  • Jimmy Smith "I Got a Woman" from Live at the Village Gate (Verve) 0:00
  • Host talks 7:56
  • Miho Hazama "Magdalena" from Time River (Sunnyside) 9:42
  • Michel Benita "The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face" from Ramblin' (Plus Loin) 16:16
  • Eva Kruse, Eric Schaefer & Michael Wollny's [em]}} "Das modell" from Wasted & Wanted (ACT) 19:37
  • Host talks 23:45
  • Dave Douglas Quintet "Unison" from Live at the BimHuis (Greenleaf) 26:55
  • Sting & Gil Evans Orchestra "Consider Me Gone" from Strange Fruit (ITM) 38:40
  • Tuck & Patti "Getaway" from Learning How to Fly (Epic) 44:53
  • Host talks 49:25
  • Ran Blake & David Fabris "I Love Her So Hallelujah" from Indian Winter (Soul Note) 52:25
  • Yuri Honing Trio "Mother Mother" from Sequel (feat. Tony Overwater & Joost Lijbaart) (Jazz in Motion) 54:04
  • Nicole Johanntgen "Cocaine" from Moncaup (Household Ink) 59:09
  • Stefano Bollani "Let's Move to Cleveland" from Smat Smat (Label Bleu) 1:04:07
  • Host talks 1:07:49
  • Vibes "Keep On' Trucking" from With Drawn (Knitting Factory) 1:10:44
  • Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra "Time" from MTO Plays Sly (The Royal Potato Family) 1:17:20
  • Spaceways Inc. & Zu "You and Your Folks, Me and My Folks" from Radiale (Atavistic) 1:26:23
  • Host talks 1:30:57
  • Chet Baker "Estate" from At Capolinea (Red) 1:33:10
  • Magic Malik "J'entend siffler le train" from 13 XP Song's Book (Label Bleu) 1:45:10
  • Host talks 1:47:25
  • Charles Lloyd & The Marvels "You Are So Beautiful" from I Long to See You (Blue Note) 1:49:43
  • Charlie Hunter "Lively Up Yourself" from Natty Dread (Blue Note) 1:55:43
  • Host talks 2:01:20
  • Herbie Hancock "New York Minute" from The New Standards (Verve) 2:04:30

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