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Daniel Bennett, John Coltrane, Freddy Cole and More

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As we continue our coverage of the COVID-19 jazz world this week we focus in particular on a group of musicians fighting for change and releasing albums during the pandemic. We begin with New York City multi-instrumentalist Daniel Bennett. We also profile John Lamkin, Pearl Django, JD Walter and Jimmy Greene. Finally, we pay tribute to the late, great Freddy Cole. Keep swinging.

Playlist

  • Daniel Bennett "Loose Fitting Spare Tire" We Are The Orchestra (Daniel Bennett Group) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:11
  • Freddy Cole "I Remember You" Wangaratta Festival of Jazz (Head Records) 7:58
  • Dennis Kwok Trio "Elegy" Windward Bound (Dennis Kwok Jazz Orchestra) 13:05
  • Host talks 19:35
  • John Coltrane "Trane's Blues" Blue Train (Blue Note Records) 20:18
  • John Lamkin "Get On Up and Get On Down" Favorites (GMI (Good Music Inc.) 26:54
  • Host talks 32:46
  • Harry Connick, Jr. "Stars Still Shine" Single (Verve) 33:58
  • Pearl Django "Starlight Ballroom" Simplicity (Modern Hot Records) 37:38
  • Host talks 41:19
  • Joel Shaw and His Orchestra "Basin Street Blues" Memories (Old School) 42:14
  • JD Walter "Dressed in a Song" Dressed in a Song (JWAL Records) 45:20
  • Host talks 48:40
  • The Six Swingers "Handel in Harlem" The Six Swingers 35-36 (Cool Note) 49:39
  • Host talks 52:43
  • Jimmy Greene "While Looking Up"While Looking Up (Mack Avenue Records) 54:18

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