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[Long] Live (at) the Jazz Standard! - Companion Mixtape

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There was so much great music recorded live at the Jazz Standard, that we could not possibly squeeze it all in our weekly radio show, so here's a bonus mixtape with another couple of hours of great memories from the celebrated venue, as part of our commemoration series. [Check out Part 1 and Part 2]

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Dave Douglas Quintet "Wake Up Claire (Friday)" Brazen Heart Live at Jazz Standard -Complete (Greenleaf) 0:00
  • Bill Frisell "Lost Highway" Jazz Standard -New York City -May 1st, 2004 -Set 3 (Download Series) 5:50
  • The Stryker / Slagle Band "Muddy Waters" Live at the Jazz Standard (Zoho) 13:34
  • Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski, Rick Rosato "Forecast" Live at Jazz Standard (Capri) 21:46
  • Marian Petrescu "Forecast" Thrivin' Live at the Jazz Standard (Resonance) 31:01
  • Rene Marie "Bolero/Suzanne" Live at the Jazz Standard (MaxJazz) 37:44
  • Frank Morgan "All Blues" City Nights (HighNote) 47:24
  • Chano Dominguez "So What" Flamenco Sketches (Blue Note) 54:51
  • Bill Mays Trio "When Will the Blues Leave?" Live at Jazz Standard (Palmetto) 1:02:33
  • Roger Kellaway "You Don't Know What Love Is" Live at the Jazz Standard (IPO) 1:08:52
  • Nancy King "Ain't Misbehavin'" Live at Jazz Standard (MaxJazz) 1:17:37
  • Greg Osby "Shaw Nuff" Public (Blue Note) 1:23:19
  • Jonathan Barber "Major" Live at Jazz Standard (Self-released) 1:33:49
  • Russell Malone "Heartstrings" Live at Jazz Standard: Volume One (MaxJazz) 1:42:20
  • Edward Simon Trio "Chovendo Na Roseira" Trio Live in New York at Jazz Standard (Sunnyside) 1:51:45
  • Dafnis Prieto Si O Si Quartet "Trio Absolute" Live at Jazz Standard NYC (Dafnison) 2:05:15
  • David Gilmore "Nine: Dispersion" Numerology -Live at Jazz Standard (Evolutionary) 2:12:41

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