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Tenor Titans - More Fabulous Playing From Joe Lovano

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For almost forty years, as Joe Lovano has been growing as an artist, he has produced a discography as a leader in a wide range of formats from duos and trios to nonets, dectets and large ensembles. Always in demand, his guest appearances on other leaders' dates have produced some of his best work. This is the third of four programs featuring today's Tenor Titans—highlights of Joe Lovano's diverse work in the past decade in this hour of Jazz at 100 Today!

Playlist

  • Host Intro 0:00
  • John Patitucci Trio "Blues For Freddie" from Remembrance (Concord Music Group) 2:16
  • Joe Lovano Us Five "Royal Roost" from Cross Culture (Blue Note) 7:40
  • Host speaks 13:23
  • John Abercrombie Quartet "Blues Connotation" from Within A Song (ECM) 15:30
  • John Scofield Quartet "Season Creep" from Past Present (Impulse) 21:31
  • Host speaks 26:31
  • Joe Lovano Trio "Sparkle Lights" from Trio Tapestry (ECM) 27:27
  • Marc Johnson -Eliane Elias Quartet "It's Time" from Swept Away (ECM) 31:26
  • Host speaks 37:08
  • Enrico Rava -Joe Lovano Quintet "Secrets" from Roma (ECM) 39:17
  • Joe Lovano -Dave Douglas Quintet "Destination Unknown" from Sound Prints -Live at Monterey Jazz Festival (Blue Note) 49:04
  • Host Outro 57:26

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