John Scofield, McCoy Tyner, Miles Davis and More

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This week we speak with legendary jazz guitarist John Scofield and profile his new CD Swallow Tales. We also dig into brand new material from Rudresh Mahanthappa, Lolly Allen and Anne Mette Iversen. Enjoy the jazz, friends.


  • John Scofield "Falling Grace" Swallow Tales (ECM) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:43
  • Gerry Mulligan and Stan Getz "Anything Goes" Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi -1957 (Fresh Sound) 8:20
  • Liberty Ellman "The Sip" Last Desert (Pi) 11:56
  • Host talks 17:04
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa "The Windup" Hero Trio (Whirlwind) 18:44
  • Rob Luft "Beware" Riser (Edition) 23:22
  • Host talks 27:56
  • McCoy Tyner Trio "Jazz Walk" Bon Voyage (Timeless) 29:18
  • Lolly Allen "Lolly's Folly" Coming Home (Oa2) 36:40
  • Host talks 41:29
  • Maxine Sullivan "'Tain No Use" Putumayo World Music (Putumayo) 42:33
  • Anne Mette Iversen Quartet Plus 1 "Parallel Flying -Part 2" Racing a Butterfly (Brooklyn Jazz Underground) 46:32
  • Host talks 51:14
  • Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington "How Long Has This Been Going On" Everyone's Wrong But Me (Essential Jazz Classics) 52:18
  • Host talks 54:27
  • Miles Davis All-Stars "For Adults Only"The All-Stars (Hallmark) 55:05

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