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[Long] Live (at) the Jazz Standard! - Part 2

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We continue our celebration of the Jazz Standard, after the announcement of its untimely closure. The capacity to appeal to both the beginner and the long-time jazz fan, and to combine the familiar with the unfamiliar, were some of the many strengths of Seth Abramson's artistic direction.

Through a number of concerts recorded live at the NoMad venue, we want to remember a jazz club that distinguished itself, in a city with countless jazz clubs, not only for the excellent programming but also for an atmosphere that was as welcoming to the musicians as it was to the audience.

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Fred Hersch "Down Home" Fred Hersch: Live at Jazz Standard (Sunnyside) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:17
  • Ben Allison "Fred" [Unreleased] 07:05
  • Host talks 13:41
  • Mina Agossi "Slap That Bass" Who Wants Love? (Live) (Candid) 14:59
  • Steven Bernstein, Henry Butler & Hot 9 "Sugar Foot Stomp" [Unreleased] 19:00
  • Host talks 30:36
  • Dave Douglas & Keystone "Black Rock Park" Live at the Jazz Standard (Greenleaf) 32:24
  • Jakob Bro "Mild" Bay of Rainbows (Live at the Jazz Standard New York, 2017) (ECM) 38:24
  • David Gilmore "Zero to Three: Expansion (Live)" Numerology -Live at Jazz Standard (Evolutionary) 46:54
  • Host talks 51:56
  • Dafnis Prieto "Si O Si (Live)" Si O Si Quartet Live At Jazz Standard NYC (Dafnison) 53:17
  • Edward Simon "Pere" Trio (Live in New York at Jazz Standard) (Sunnyside) 1:01:44
  • Dena DeRose "The Ruby and the Pearl (Live)" Live at Jazz Standard, Vol. 2 (MaxJazz) 1:09:39
  • Host talks 1:15:04
  • Gary Bartz "Mãe Velha" Soulstice—Live at the Jazz Standard Vol 2 (Oyo) 1:18:23
Photo credit: Russell Moore

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