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Miles Davis & Chet Baker

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As we kick off our first show of 2020, we give you the talented trumpeter Jaimie Branch as she infuses her modern blend of jazz into the lexicon. From there, we dig into new releases from Robert Walter, Mike Clark and Doug Stone. We also look into the past with legends Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Maynard Ferguson and Billie Holiday.

Playlist

  • Jaimie Branch "Theme 001" Fly or Die (International Anthem) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:15
  • Miles Davis "Stella By Starlight" '58 Sessions(Columbia / Legacy) 7:30
  • Robert Walters 20th Congress "Avalon" Lagniappe Session (Royal Potato Family) 12:02
  • Host talks 16:10
  • Charlie Parker and Chet Baker "Irresistible You" Keeping it Feel (Feiyr Compilation) 17:10
  • Adam Galblum "Paper Doll" Down to the Wire Stringband Tribute to the Music of John Mayer (Station Direct Music) 23:22
  • Host talks 28:18
  • Claude "Fiddler" Williams "Get Happy" Call for the Fiddler (SteepleChase) 29:44
  • Mike Clark "Past Lives" Indigo Blue Live at the Iridium (Ropeadope) 33:55
  • Host talks 39:04
  • Sabby Lewis "Boston Bounce" Sextet (Cool Note) 39:51
  • Doug Stone "Minor League" Motion (Outside in) 42:52
  • Host talks 46:03
  • Maynard Ferguson "Stand Up And Preach" Live At Peacock Lane Hollywood January 6, 1957 (Jazz Hour) 47:12
  • Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra "Tell Me More" Tell Me More (Columbia/Legacy) 49:47
  • Host talks 52:53
  • Clara Haberkamp "You Sea" You Sea (Laika Records) 53:45

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