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Bob Bertles' sax arsenal includes all the horns from the sopranino down and on this episode he features tracks from some of his favourite baritone players.
US saxophonist Ted Nash uses the 7 Chakras as inspiration for his new big band recording. Hear a sample on this episode of Jazztrack.
On this week's episode we have a rich array of new recordings to sample, from Australia, the US, Canada and Europe.
Saxophonist Art Pepper made some fine recordings in the latter 1950s and one of those classics was his collaboration with arranger Marty Paitch.
Wynton Learson Marsalis (born October 18, 1961) is a trumpeter, composer, teacher, music educator, and Artistic Director of Jazz at Lincoln... -
The Australian trombonist's ensemble Greening from Ear to Ear launches its debut CD and there's music from the Komeda Project, S.O.S., and more…
Pianist Brad Mehldau and drummer Mark Guiliana collaborate on their new 'Mehliana' project, and we'll hear the results in Jazztrack.
The 1958 record 'At the Pershing' became a huge release for Ahmad Jamal and on this episode, we explore the most famous tune from the album.
US saxophonist Charles Lloyd is returning to Australia in June, and we'll hear from his collaboration with Maria Farantouri on today's show.
This week Gerry Koster presents the Pat Metheny Unity Group's new album, jazz meshing with a variety of world grooves, and more.
Trumpeter Dave Douglas will be in Aus shortly with John Zorn and on Jazztrack we'll hear his own recording inspired by Mary-Lou Williams.
On this episode, we'll hear saxophonist Lou Donaldson, still going strong at 87, with a fine Blue Note release from 1961.
There are a host of jazz artists touring the country in March for various festivals, and you'll hear from some of them on this week's show.
Lars Danielsson (born September 5, 1958 in Smålandsstenar, Sweden) is a Swedish jazz bassist, composer and record producer.... -
We head back to 60 years with this feature album. DeFranco, Peterson and a healthy dose of strings...
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