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Matthew Nicholls has been recording at the ABC, and he took the time so share one of his favourite Australian selections for the show.
The latest offering from The Necks sees them exploring new territory. Called 'Unfold', it's a double album featuring four open tracks.
Trumpeter David Weiss brings together his band Point of Departure on a new recording titled Wake Up Call, drawing inspiration from the 60s.
A recent recording from trombonist Reggie Watkins, who has acquired Jimmy Knepper's very own horn - and pays tribute to the Mingus mainstay.
Katie Anne Noonan (born 2 May 1977) is an Australian singer-songwriter. In addition to a successful solo career encompassing opera, jazz,... -
David Hazeltine (born October 27, 1958) is an American jazz pianist.
Today a major pianist in the New York and Japan scenes, David... -
"Cecile is a dominant force in Jazz!"
"Love how an instrumental band from Oz has its own 'sound'... can always pick their songs.
Not sure why the "Recently played" above...
On the show: the Ben Markley Big Band celebrates pianist Cedar Walton and his compositions on a new release, titled 'Clockwise.'
As we continue our retrospective of 100 years of jazz on record, Mal takes a look back to the bebop years, kicking off with Dexter Gordon.
Leading this week's Aussie jazz playlist is the latest offering from saxophonist Andy Sugg, with a studio album recorded in New York City.
On this episode, we're revisiting another set from the 2016 Wangaratta Jazz Festival - with Irish bassist Ronan Guilfoyle and his trio.
Catch a new recording from Melbourne-based outfit The Slipdixies called 'Red Hot Mama,' celebrating traditional jazz from the 1920s.
Catch a live set recorded in 2016 in Hamburg with German saxophonist Anna-Lena Schnabel and her quartet, which includes Florian Weber.
Hear a new release from the Puerto Rican saxophonist Miguel Zenon - a celebration of his longstanding quartet, whom he calls 'family.'
Billy Holiday is front-and-centre on this episode, as Mal revisits some of the classic sessions as we celebrate 100 years of jazz on record.
Ian Ernest Gilmore "Gil" Evans (born Green; May 13, 1912 - March 20, 1988) was a Canadian jazz pianist, arranger, composer and bandleader.... -
Music from The Netherlands: the virtuosic harmonica player Hermine Deurloo's new quartet record.
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