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Diane Schuur, Scott Joplin, Carmen Lundy and More!

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This week we open with Jazz legend Diane Schuur who shares how she is living with the COVID-19 jazz shutdown and talks about her new upcoming CD Running on Faith. Prior to the silence of live jazz, we caught up with Jae Sinnett to discuss a rich life in music and his latest album. Enjoy the show.

Playlist

  • Diane Schuur "Something so Right" Running on Faith (Jazzheads) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:06
  • Joe Harnell "Alley Cat'" Golden Piano Hits (Columbia/Legacy) 9:16
  • Dayna Stephens Trio "Loosy Goosy" Liberty (Contagious Music) 12:04
  • Host talks 17:03
  • Marcin Wasilewski Trio "New York 2007"January 2008 (ECM Records) 17:34
  • Aaron Stroessner Quartet "Amtrak" Haymarket Station (Noray Eel Music) 21:10
  • Host talks 24:36
  • Jimmy Smith "Jimmy's Jam" Organ Greats (Blue Note) 25:40
  • Jae Sinnett's Zero to 60 Quartet "That Said" Just When You Thought (J-Nett Music) 28:43
  • Host talks 33:35
  • Carmen Lundy "Clear Blue Skies" Modern Ancestors (Afrasia Productions) 34:41
  • Jacek Kochan and MusiConspiracy "Fear No More" Occupational Hazard (Audio Cave) 38:13
  • Host talks 42:25
  • Jackie Gleason "Round Rock Riff" Riff Jazz (Sepia Recordings) 46:37
  • Scott Joplin "Gladiolus Rag" Piano Rags (Nonesuch) 49:13
  • Host talks 53:36
  • Larry McKenna "How About You"It May As Well Be Spring (Dreambox Media) 54:08

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