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From Blighty and beyond...

Michael Garrick
Page added Jan 18, 2013 Updated Jan 23, 2013

Gerry Koster plays reissues from Michael Garrick, Neil Ardley, Chris McGregor and Louis Moholo-Moholo from the Golden Age of British jazz.

Mingling with some of key of figures from British jazz history on today's program are Billie and De De Pierce, Miff Mole's Nicksieland Band, Cow Cow Davenport, Ray Bryant, Jimmy Knepper, the Bob James Trio, Marty Ehrlich, the Matt McMahon Trio, the James Sherlock Quartet and Trombone Shorty.

Also featured is the reissue of the Paul Winter Sextet's 1962 album Count Me In, and the latest album from New York-based Australian singer Chris McNulty.

See the complete playlist here.

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Jan 19, 2013. 5:05pm - 7:00pm

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Michael Garrick MBE (30 May 1933 - 11 November 2011) was an English jazz pianist and composer, and a pioneer in mixing jazz with poetry recitations and in the use of jazz in large-scale choral works. Biography: Garrick was born in Enfield, Middlesex, and educated at University College, London, from which he graduated in 1959 with a B.A. in English literature. As a student there he formed his...

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