Kandace Springs, Sidney Bichet, Marquis Hill and More

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With a show spotlighting the work of Kandace Springs, Delfeayo Marsalis, Marquis Hill and Rahsaan Roland Kirk, we wish to underscore our ongoing commitment to African-American culture as well as our support to the Black Lives Matter movement for just and equal treatment of all humans. Keep on fighting the good fight. Enjoy the jazz, my friends.


  • Kandace Springs "Devil May Care" The Women Who Raised Me (Blue Note) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:19
  • Nina Simone "I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl" Very Best Of (RCA Records Label) 5:10
  • Derrick Shezbie Trio "Down by the Riverside" The Ghost of Buddy Bolden (Clubhouse Records Entertainment) 7:25
  • Host talks 12:03
  • Sidney Bechet "Buddy Bolden Stomp" Portrait Vol. 1 (RCA) 13:32
  • Grandview High School Jazz Band "Sesame Street Theme" Live at Jazzin' at the Gem (Indie Records) 16:24
  • Host talks 20:33
  • Pete Magazine Trio "African Queen" Outside in the Present (New Records) 21:16
  • Delfeayo Marsalis "Irish Whiskey Blues" Jazz Party (Troubadour Jass) 26:31
  • Host talks 31:35
  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band "When the Saints Go Marching In" New Orleans Volume III (Sony Classical) 32:29
  • FKA Jazz "Like Water -The Spirit Part 2" Lineage (Samir Zarif) 38:28
  • Host talks 40:00
  • Marquis Hill with Renee Neufville "A Peaceful Protest" #wecantbreathe (Revolution) 41:38
  • Jim Robitaille Trio "Natural Selection" Space Cycles (Whaling City Sound) 44:33
  • Host talks 49:23
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk "Blue Rol"Haunted Melodies -The Songs of Rahsaan Roland Kirk (Metropolitan Records) 50:54

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