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Wayne Escoffery, Art Blakey, Gunhild Carling and More

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As this COVID-19 pandemic has silenced the world of live music, jazz musicians continue releasing more and more great albums. This week we focus on some of them, Wayne Escoffery, Warren Wolf, Gunhild Carling and Ran Blake. Enjoy the music.

Playlist

  • Wayne Escoffery "Benedictus" The Humble Warrior (Smoke Sessions Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:23
  • Teddy Charles and Bob Brookmeyer Quartet "Nobody's Heart" Very Best Of (Vintagel) 8:04
  • Lauren Henderson "While We're Young" The Songbook Sessions (Brontosaurus Records) 10:35
  • Host talks 14:33
  • Mike Casey "I Don't Have Time" 2020 Single (Mike Casey) 15:43
  • Warren Wolf "For Ma" Reincarnation (Mack Avenue) 18:10
  • Host talks 23:01
  • Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra "Love Nest" Sizzling (Jazz Classics)24:06
  • Gunhild Carling "Alien Stomp" 2020 Single (Gunhild Carling) 27:52
  • Host talks 30:31
  • Billie Holiday "Lover Come Back to Me" Putmayo Presents (Putmayo Records) 31:40
  • Spirit Fingers "Inside" Spirit Fingers (Shanachie) 36:18
  • Host talks 39:52
  • Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers "Quick Trick" Just Coolin' (Blue Note) 40:58
  • Paul Shaw Quintet "Heartland" Moment of Clarity (Summit Classical) 45:46
  • Host talks 51:59
  • Ran Blake and Frank Carlberg "Bebopper"Gray Moon (Red Piano Records) 53:07

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