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On this episode of TNL, we celebrate the life and music of the great Clark Terry, who passed away at the age of 94 on February 21, 2015.
US saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa offers a very contemporary tribute to Charlie Parker with his new album, aptly titled 'Bird Calls.'
A show highlighting the latest music to hit the ABC Jazz playlist. On this inaugural episode, we hear from Mark Turner's 'Lathe of Heaven'.
Two Italian pianists are featured on this episode, with Riccardo Fassi's New York Pocket Orchestra and a trio led by Antonio Farao.
Michael Anthony Nock, ONZM (born 27 September 1940 in Christchurch, New Zealand), is a jazz pianist, currently based in Australia.Nock... -
Doug Spencer chats with drummer and composer Antonio Sanchez about his work on the Birdman film score and his latest album Three Times Three
Following the announcement of the Count Basie Orchestra's Australian tour, we're revisiting a classic Basie recording from Birdland in 1961.
Lots of Ellington on this episode, with Stephen Grant solo, vocalist Karrin Allyson, Alan Baylock plus the Duke with the late Clark Terry.
Mal brings us some be-bop era tracks from the short-lived Dial record label, featuring Charlie Parker, Red Norvo and 'The Tempo Jazzmen.'
The iconic composer and arranger Carla Bley heads a 17-piece big band on this episode, recorded live at the New Morning Club in Paris.
Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock will come together at this year's Melbourne International Jazz Festival, and we'll feature both artists in this episode.
Sax powerhouse Johnny Griffin is featured on this episode, with an archival interview from the 80s with pianist and presenter Ben Sidran.
Lots of recent releases on this show, with music from Rudresh Mahanthappa, Simon Spang-Hanssen and our own Matt McMahon and Joe O'Connor.
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US pianist and composer Vijay Iyer shows his darker side on this latest trio release, titled 'Break Stuff.'
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