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Iggy Pop, Maya Dunietz, Circles 44, Three Layer Cake & More New Releases

Read "Iggy Pop, Maya Dunietz, Circles 44, Three Layer Cake & More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


A Hammond Organ spotlight opens the show, courtesy of the WRD Trio, the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio and the James Taylor Quartet. Its groove then gives way to the contemporary sounds of Mark Lettieri and Taylor Eigsti's latest collaboration with Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens, the splendid new albums of Israeli pianist Maya Dunietz and bassist ...

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JazzWeek Radio Chart: May 17, 2021

JazzWeek Radio Chart: May 17, 2021

All About Jazz publishes the weekly JazzWeek radio chart. Discover new releases, track chart movement, and learn what is being played on jazz radio stations around the United States. Enjoy! TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks 1 1 1 Greg Abate Magic Dance: The Music of Kenny Barron (Whaling City Sound) ...

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Drummers Roundtable: Peter Erskine, Steve Gadd and Nate Smith

Read "Drummers Roundtable: Peter Erskine, Steve Gadd and Nate Smith" reviewed by Joseph Vella


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New music from Gabor Lesko, Michael Whalen, Cody Carpenter and more!

Read "New music from Gabor Lesko, Michael Whalen, Cody Carpenter and more!" reviewed by Len Davis


New music from Gabor Lesko, Michael Whalen, Cody Carpenter and Graham Costello.Playlist Gabor Lesko “Push It" from Earthway (Creativities Paradise) 00:00 Michael Whalen “Wanderlust" from Future Shock (Self Produced) 06:55 Jost Nickel “The Check In" from The Check In (Delta Music) 13:51 Cody Carpenter “The Grind" from Memories And Dreams (Blue Canoe) 20:46 Desertion ...

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Ground Breaking Sounds - Old and New

Read "Ground Breaking Sounds - Old and New" reviewed by Bob Osborne


Throughout the history of jazz innovation has been a key element of the development of the music. At key points in jazz history major changes in style, form and content have moved the music forward. Those changes have been picked up by other musicians and developed, interpreted, and enhanced leading to further change. This show is ...

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Cooking with Coleman

Read "Cooking with Coleman" reviewed by Patrick Burnette


In honor of a Record Store Day release of In Baltimore, we decided to devote an episode to tenor saxophonist George Coleman, who served tours of duty with Max Roach, Elvin Jones, and Miles Davis among others. The focus is on his mid-sixties to early seventies work as we ponder George's strengths and weaknesses and whether ...

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Geoffrey Keezer: On His Way to You

Read "Geoffrey Keezer: On His Way to You" reviewed by David Bixler


As an 18 year-old, pianist Geoffrey Keezer wowed audiences as a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with his prodigious technique and improvisations. Describing his own playing, Keezer says that his natural tendency is to “throw in everything but the kitchen sink... all the time." In this episode of LINER NOTES, Keezer talks about his development ...

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One Man’s Jazz Show 1200th Show Special

Read "One Man’s Jazz Show 1200th Show Special" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This episode of One Man's Jazz marks the 1200th since its very first show at CKUW FM in Winnipeg. It moved over to taintradio.org in early 2012. One of the mantras of the show has always been that the show was about the music and the musicians who make it. I had no illusions of becoming--let ...

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Tomorrow’s Warriors: the Sound of London, Part 2

Read "Tomorrow’s Warriors: the Sound of London, Part 2" reviewed by Russell Perry


In the last hour, we explored the new London scene anchored by a broadly diverse set of players who share encouragement by the innovative educational group Tomorrow's Warriors. We featured music by Nubya Garcia, one of three tenor stars who are breaking out of the scene and in this hour we'll turn our attention to the ...

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Free Association, Vol. 4 with Stephanie Byrne

Read "Free Association, Vol. 4 with Stephanie Byrne" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Free Association is a series of collaborative mix-tapes curated by Mondo Jazz in association with musicians and selectors of various backgrounds. Free Association mix-tapes develop as a conversation. The first selector sends a tune cherry-picked to suit, and ideally surprise, the second selector who then, in turn, returns the favor. An hour or so ...


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