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Kenny Werner, Miles Davis & more


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The wise veteran New York Pianist Kenny Werner starts this week's show with a cut off his latest CD The Space. We then go into a track that was a huge influence on Kenny's perception and approach to jazz with Miles Davis's "In a Silent Way." We also profile the great band Butcher Brown and a wonderful veteran drummer like Chip White with a track off All Star Ensemble Volume 5.

We continue the hour of jazz with another big influence on Chip with "'Round Midnight" from both Miles Davis and John Coltrane off their Final Tour Bootleg Series released in 2018. We then profile a bit of holiday jazz with bassist Ben Basile and multi-instrumentalist Vince Tampio. And finally, we pay our respects to the unique Nancy Wilson teamed up with Cannonball with a bit of the Happy Talk.


  • Kenny Werner "If I Should Lose You" The Space (Pirouet Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:46
  • Miles Davis "In A Silent Way" In A Silent Way (Columbia) 6:13
  • Kenny Werner & Toots Thielemans "Tender is the Night" Kenny Werner & Toots Thielemans(Verve) 11:36
  • Host talks 15:00
  • Butcher Brown "Flat" Camden Session (Gearbox Records)15:57
  • Chip White "After Hours with Sib" All Star Ensemble Volume 5 (Dark Colors Records) 27:57
  • Host talks 27:53
  • Miles Davis & John Coltrane "'Round Midnight" The Final Tour The Bootleg Series Volume 6 (Columbia Records) 29:14
  • Aimee Allen "Touch the Sun" Wings Uncaged (Azuline) 34:51
  • Host talks 40:05
  • Aryana Nemati "Sax Attack"Untitled (Self Produced) 41:28
  • Ben Basile and Vince Tampio "Up on the Housetop" Season Greetings (Tampio)—46:15
  • Host talks 47:57
  • Lud Gluskin And His Orchestra "The Continental" The Continental (CR)—48:22
  • Benny Green "Minor Contention" Then and Now (Sunny Side)—51:14
  • Host talks 54:04
  • Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley "Happy Talk" Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley (Blue Note) 54:50



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