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A variety of music I've been listening to, including jazz standards performed by Herbie Hanckock, Vi Redd, Steve Davis and Miles Davis. Also new music from Pat Metheny and from right here in San Diego, Christopher Hollyday. Enjoy. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Vi Redd ~ Now's the Time ~ Bird Call Christopher Hollyday ~ Kiss Me Right ~ Dialogue Mil…
 
This weeks edition of In The Groove features the latest class of NEA Jazz Masters for 2022. Congrats to Billy Hart, Donald Harrison, Stanley Clarke and Cassandra Wilson for being recognized for their contributions to the jazz legacy. It is also Charles McPherson's 82 birthday so we will start this legendary alto saxophonist. Playlist Artist ~ Name …
 
Just a collection of music I've been listening to this week, including a couple Joni covers. A few vocal tracks within from Souza, Parlato, Karrin, and Billie. Other notable tunes from Brecker and Scofield and more. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Larry Goldings, Jay Bellerose & David Piltch ~ Blueberry Hill ~ Music from the Front Room Robert Castel…
 
The classic from Hank Mobley, "This I Dig of You" starts out the show, and sets the tone for this week's episode. We hear from icons of jazz in Mobley, Tyner and Brecker as well as current artists moving jazz forward as with Abate, Castelli and Iyer. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Hank Mobley ~ This I Dig Of You ~ Soul Station Greg Abate ~ Cook's B…
 
Two of the most requested themes for this podcast are Jazz Fusion and Indian/Jazz Fusion. From new releases to classic fusion, we've got this covered. Enjoy and rock out! Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Joshua Redman ~ Jazz Crimes ~ Elastic Snarky Puppy ~ Lingus ~ We Like It Here Brandee Younger ~ Reclamation ~ Somewhere Different Chris Potter ~ Sou…
 
The first half of the show has a West Coast vibe. On the back end we will get some new releases from Dave Holland, guitarist Andrew Renfro and bassist Dwonszyk's Wonderful World. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Christopher Hollyday ~ Dialogue ~ Dialogue Sam Hirsh ~ Look for the Silver Lining ~ Quite Frankly Roy Ayers ~ Now's the Time ~ West Coast Vi…
 
Recorded on Fathers Day, this episode features jazz fathers, sons and daughters. We begin with John and Ravi Coltrane. Also featured is the Redman, McLean, Whitfield, Valde, Fulton, Davis families. Hope you enjoy your day with your father, or remembering your father. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album John Coltrane ~ Cousin Mary ~ Giant Steps Ravi Colt…
 
The title of this episode comes from the first and last tune. Young phenom Joey Alexander released his single Summer Rising, and the late Horace Silver's Silver Serenade. In between we have new and old jazz for your listening pleasure. You will hear from the venerable masters Holland, Mobley, Henderson as well as young lions Sean Clapis and Sam Hir…
 
Let's begin with the fine clarinet playing of Anat Cohen. Then new fusion jazz from Dave Holland and Andrew Renfroe, and the jazz chart topping Greg Abate. The rest of the show is devoted to West Coast jazz, particularly coming out of San Diego with Hollyday, Thorsen, Hofmann and more. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Anat Cohen ~ In the Spirit of Ba…
 
This episode features mostly music from the West Coast jazz scene. There are a couple tunes from the 50's West Coast Cool era, but mostly from current players from LA and San Diego. We finish the show with new music from Greg Abate and posthumously released album from Ralph Peterson Jr. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Sonny Rollins ~ Way Out West ~ …
 
Another bicoastal episode. From the east coast, Greg Abate and John Hasselback. From the west, Gilbert Castellanos, Rob Thorsen and Doug Webb. Mary Corso's new single has both coasts represented. Enjoy! Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Greg Abate ~ Innocence ~ Magic Dance: The Music of Kenny Barron John Hasselback III ~ Rene's Way ~ Entrance Mary Cor…
 
After a soulful tune from Gerald Clayton, we pay tribute to the passing of jazz great Curtis Fuller. A beautiful rendition of Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most from Ella follows. The rest of the show is classic guitar work from Pass, Django, Kessel (with Rollins). Enjoy! Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Gerald Clayton ~ Soul Stomp ~ Tributary Ta…
 
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