Join us for the next installment of All This Jazz, beginning at 10pm Central on Saturday the 27th here on Public Radio 89.5-1. (We'll also offer, as ever, a re-broadcast of the show on Sunday the 28th at 7pm on Jazz 89.5-2, which is Public Radio Tulsa's terrific all-jazz HD Radio channel.)
Our program delivers modern jazz, both recent and classic, right up 'til midnight. And for the second-hour theme this time around, with April just about to give way to May, we'll be spotlighting "Jazz Legends with April Birthdays."
Please tune in for the forthcoming edition of All This Jazz, which gets underway at 10pm Central on Saturday the 20th here on Public Radio 89.5-1. (We'll also offer, as ever, a re-airing of our program at 7pm on Sunday the 21st on Jazz 89.5-2, which is our all-jazz HD Radio channel.)
All This Jazz spins modern jazz, both recent and classic --- and there's always a "theme" in the second half of our two-hour broadcast.
Please tune in for the next edition of All This Jazz, which gets underway at 10pm local time on Saturday the 13th on Public Radio 89.5-1.
We'll be listening back to a terrific show that first aired in October of last year --- and that carries an especially toe-tapping second-hour theme: namely, "Jazz Combos Led by Drummers."
Tony Williams, Buddy Rich, Matt Wilson, Art Blakey, and Jack DeJohnette (who's pictured here): we'll hear from bands under the respective direction of all these greats, and a few others as well, on the forthcoming edition of ATJ.
"The Duke" by Dave Brubeck. "In Walked Bud" by Thelonious Monk. "Django" by John Lewis. "Bessie's Blues" by John Coltrane. "Jelly Roll" by Charles Mingus. "I Remember Clifford" by Benny Golson. (This last-named piece written, of course, in honor of Clifford Brown, shown here.)
If you know the modern jazz repertoire, then you know that many wonderful themes have been composed over the years in tribute to this music's outstanding practitioners.
Next time on All This Jazz --- to borrow a phrase from the fantastic soul-jazz guitarist Grant Green (and specifically, from the classic Blue Note LP shown here) --- we'll be "Feelin' the Spirit." Please tune in for the forthcoming edition of our show, which begins at 10pm on Saturday the 30th here on Public Radio 89.5-1.
Tune in for the upcoming edition of All This Jazz, which begins on Saturday the 23rd at 10pm Central on Public Radio 89.5-1. As is our happy custom each and every Saturday night from ten till midnight, we'll offer modern jazz both recent and classic.
And our second-hour theme for the program will be (cue the chirping birds and budding flowers) "Spring." Thus we'll hear such classic jazz themes as "Joy Spring" and "It Might as Well Be Spring" and "Up Jumped Spring" --- as well as "Spring Ahead" by Dave Douglas and "Passion Spring" by Kenny Dorham (see LP cover herewith).
Join us for the next All This Jazz, which begins on Saturday the 16th at 10pm Central on Public Radio 89.5-1. We'll serve up modern jazz, both recent and classic, until the midnight hour --- with standout recordings by Sonny Rollins, Robert Hurst, Emily Remler, Ben Riley, Cassandra Wilson (pictured herewith), and many others.
Join us for the forthcoming edition of All This Jazz, which gets underway on Saturday the 9th at 10pm Central on Public Radio 89.5-1. (Plus we'll re-broadcast this show on Sunday the 10th at 7pm on Jazz 89.5-2, which is our all-jazz-all-the-time HD Radio channel.)
"We are such stuff / As dreams are made on," as Shakespeare announces in The Tempest. And Sam Spade, the hard-boiled private eye at the center of The Maltese Falcon, famously refers to the eponymous, priceless, black-bird statuette as "the stuff that dreams are made of."
Tune in, dear listeners, for All This Jazz, which kicks off at 10pm Central, come Saturday the 23rd, on Public Radio 89.5-1. As ever, we'll offer two hours of modern jazz, both recent and classic.
And with the 85th Academy Awards ceremony scheduled for Sunday night on ABC-TV, our second-hour theme on the program will be "Jazz Goes to the Movies." We'll therefore dig some terrific, ever-so-tuneful jazz takes on the music of Max Steiner, Alex North, Jerry Goldsmith, Quincy Jones, and other great film composers.