Arturo O'Farrill, Senri Oe, Chet Baker and More

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As the world continues to change, we start with a song from Arturo O'Farrill off his new CD Four Questions to keep the conversation on Black Lives Matter moving forward. We also focus on new music and conversations from jazz artists during the COVID-19 pandemic world of no live jazz with Senri Oe, Lara Driscoll, Aubrey Johnson and Alex Goodman. Stay safe out there and keep on enjoying the jazz during this surreal time on planet Earth.


  • Arturo O'Farrill and Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra "Baby Jack" Four Questions (Zoho Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 7:38
  • Anita O'Day "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got that Swing" Putmayo Presents (Putmayo Records) 10:23
  • Senri Oe "Re-Vision" Hmmm (Sony Music Direct (Japan) Inc.) 13:49
  • Host talks 17:34
  • King Cole Trio "'Deed I Do" Best Of (Classics) 18:50
  • Lara Driscoll "Trespassers" Woven Dreams (Firm Roots) 21:24
  • Host talks 26:19
  • Chet Baker "There Will Never Be Another You" Chet Baker Sings (Blue Note Records) 27:23
  • Giuseppe Millaci & The Vogue Trio "Timeless" The Endless Way (Hypnote Records) 30:27
  • Host talks 36:43
  • Frank Kohl "My One and Only Love" Invisible Man (Pony Boy Records) 37:39
  • Aubrey Johnson "Happy to Stay" Unraveled (Outside in Music) 42:23
  • Host talks 46:48
  • Cannonball Adderly "Waltz for Debby" Best of (Enlightenment) 47:54
  • Host talks 53:02
  • Alex Goodman "Cobalt Blue"Impressions in Blue and Red (Outside In Music) 54:10

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