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Mary Lou Williams, James Moody & More

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This week we start everything off with the talented veteran North Carolina jazz pianist Claire Ritter with the title track off her 2018 CD Eclipse Orange. Then we hear from her mentor Mary Lou Williams, a new one from Branford Marsalis and his Quartet and some solid groove with the great John Kirby leading The Biggest Little Band. We keep things going with profiles of Amina Figarova, Yuriy Galkin and Drew Williams. In between, we hear from new artists like Toronto guitarist David Cruz and Italian pianist Silvio Caroli. We wrap up the hour of music together with a new ingle from the vibraphonist Joel Ross.

Playlist

  • Claire Ritter "Eclipse Orange" Eclipse Orange (Zoning Recordings) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:43
  • Mary Lou Williams "They Can't Take That Away From Me" Mary Lou Williams Plays London (Harrison James Music) 6:00
  • Branford Marsalis Quartet "Snake Hip Waltz" The Secret Between The Shadow and the Soul(Sony Masterworks) 9:00
  • Host talks 14:48
  • John Kirby "Afternoon in Africa"The Biggest Little Band 1937-1941 (Smithsonian Records) 15:50
  • Amina Figarova "Road To The Sun" Road To The Sun (AmFi Records) 18:45
  • Host talks 23:49
  • James Moody "Moody and Soul" Songs -Essential Jazz Masters (Essential Jazz Universe) 25:22
  • Yuriy Galkin "Shifting Sands: Part I" For Its Beauty Alone (Yuriy Galkin) 28:35
  • Host talks 32:29
  • Silvio Caroli "And Sammy Walked In" Flowing (Silvio Caroli Music) 33:26
  • David Cruz "Beatrice" David Cruz (Cruz Music) 36:46
  • Host talks 42:12
  • Dave Brubeck "YBlue Rondo A La Turk" Take Five (Columbia) 42:44
  • Drew Williams and the Wing Walker Orchestra "Hazel" Hazel (DW Music) 49:23
  • Host talks 52:49
  • Joel Ross "Relations"Single (Blue Note) 54:01
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