Welcome to Journey Into Jazz. Tonight we feature the music of trumpeters Bobby Shew, Tom Harrell, Tim Hagans, and Marcus Printup, but starting the show is the Keith Jarrett Trio. I hope you enjoy the Journey.
Welcome to Journey Into Jazz. I have a fairly eclectic show for you tonight including some old and relatively new...from Dave Pietro to Thelonious Monk , Dick Oatts to trombonist Paul McKee. Thanks for tuning-in and I hope you enjoy the Journey.
Welcome to Journey Into Jazz. Tonight we are featuring saxophonist Joe Lovano, but first up is Brad Melhdau from his CD The Art of Trio 4, recorded live at the Vanguard in NY. I hope you enjoy the show.
Tonight we feature the music of Chris Potter.The recording on tonights Journey are from 19994-95. Chris is 23 years old on these recordings, and as you will hear, is a fully formed serious jazz artist and composer. I hope you enjoy the show!
Journey Into Jazz this evening celebrates the modern jazz orchestra. The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra has been recording since 1990 and is an excellent example combining modern hip-ness and earthy swing. The group is led by bassist John Clayton and drummer Jeff Hamilton along with John's brother Jeff Clayton on alto saxophone. It's a swingin' band. Thanks for tuning-in and I hope you enjoy the show.
Journey Into Jazz this evening features the music of the great jazz saxophonist Cannonball Adderley. A leader of the Hard Bop era, Cannonball revitalized jazz as the bebop era was coming to a close. Tonights program explores his work of the late 1950's and early 1960's. Thanks for tuning-in and I hope you enjoy the show.
Journey Into Jazz this evening explores a wide variety of jazz styles from 1957 to current day featuring great jazz artists such as Phil Woods, Red Rodney, Wayne Shorter and many others. I hope you enjoy the show!
Tonight's Journey Into Jazz features alto saxophonist Art Pepper. Art, along with Paul Desmond and Lee Konitz, was able to develop a distinct sound and style despite the dominance of Charlie Parker in the early 1950's. The recordings featured tonight are all from the 1950's period of Art Pepper. I hope you enjoy the Journey!