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Jim Black, Milt Hinton & Gerald Clayton

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This week we start with a favorite in the Kansas City area known, The Grand Marquis. The hour also features new music from a variety of jazz musicians all over the world like Jim Black, Christian Tamburr, Emie Roussel, Delasito and FKAJazz. We finish things up with some live music at the Village Vanguard with Gerald Clayton. Keep on swinging out there.

Playlist

  • The Grand Marquis "Can't Put You Down" Brighter Days (Grand Marquis Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:21
  • Bennie Moten "Pass Out Lightly" Kansas City Jazz Essentials (Hallmark) 5:32
  • Jim Black Trio "What You Are Made From" Reckon (Intakt Records) 8:44
  • Host talks 11:32
  • Hugo Carvalhais Trio featuring Tim Berne "Impala" Nebulosa (PowerPlay Records) 12:39
  • Christian Tamburr Septet "The Awakening" The Awakening (Christian Tamburr) 17:27
  • Host talks 22:46
  • Milt Hinton Trio "Windy City Blues" Back to Bass-ics (Progressive Records) 24:02
  • Emie Roussell Trio "Est" Rythme de Passage (Uni Musiqc) 37:57
  • Host talks 31:26
  • Christos Sitokonstantinou aka Delasito "Sleeptalking" Filodia (Delasito) 32:30
  • Claus Waidtlow "November" Nice Chair: The Game (Claus Records) 38:32
  • Host talks 43:37
  • James Moody "Moody Flooty" At the Jazz Workshop (France) 44:44
  • FKAJazz featuring Leo Coltrane "Nothing at All" The Vibe-Single (FKAJazz) 48:59
  • Host talks 52:13
  • Gerald Clayton "Rejuvenation" Happening: Live at the Village Vangard (Blue Note) 53:19

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