Nick Finzer, Jeremy Pelt, Jonah Jones and More

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As we continue bringing you brand new jazz amidst the pandemic, this week we focus on Nick Finzer, Keith Oxman, Naama Gheber and Sebastien Ammann, featuring their albums and interviews in which they speak about their influences and how they are processing the world without live music. Enjoy!


  • Nick Finzer "Weatherman" Cast of Characters (Outside in Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:05
  • Legrand Jazz "Wild Man Blues'" Michel Legrand / Miles Davis (Ais) 7:58
  • Jeremy Pelt Trio "Love is Simple" The Art of Intimacy, Volume 1 (Highnote) 10:13
  • Host talks 15:58
  • Robert Glasper Experiment "Afro Blue" Black Radio (Blue Note) 16:29
  • Keith Oxman "Two Cigarettes in the Dark" Two Cigrarettes in the Dark (Capri Records) 21:36
  • Host talks 26:56
  • New England Conservatory with Gunther Schuller and Joe Venuti "Happy Feet" New England Conservatory Jazz 40: Artifacts (New England Conservatory) 28:11
  • Naama Gheber "Sometimes I'm Happy" Dearly Beloved (Cellar Live) 30:33
  • Host talks 34:12
  • Dee Dee Bridgewater "Hound Dog" Jazz Lounge (Sony Classical) 35:48
  • Sebastien Amman's Color Wheel "King Korn Revisited" Resilience (Skirl Records) 39:03
  • Host talks 43:48
  • Sonny Rollins and Milt Jackson "No Moe" Newk and Bags (Acrobat) 45:15
  • Jonah Jones "The Party's Over" Swinging on Broadway (Capitol) 48:21
  • Host talks 50:46
  • John Handy Quintet "Dancy, Dancy"2nd John Handy Album (Columbia) 51:35

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