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08:03  Jazz Open: Swing It !
What started out as a club phenomenon is now garnering critical attention and infiltrating the pop charts. The music that ruled for three decades has had a resurgence with a modern movement dubbed Neo Swing. Swing It is a performance special showcasing the Swing phenomenon sweeping the continent. It will feature the best of the neo big bands and famous guest vocalists set against the dance club scene that has made the movement soar.
09:03  Art Farmer's Top-Notch band: Live in '64
Art Farmer: Live in '64 highlights an amazing one hour Art Farmer concert from 1964 featuring the great flugelhornist in his prime. Farmer’s top-notch band includes legendary guitarist Jim Hall (fresh from Sonny Rollins’ band), drummer Pete LaRoca and Steve Swallow on bass. This legendary ensemble plays both standards and originals with ease and finesse and highlights why Farmer was considered one of the most innovative horn players in all of jazz.
10:09  Charles Mingus And Eric Dolphy live in Liège
Charles Mingus showcases an exceptional concert performed in April 1965 featuring his most celebrated lineup: Jaki Byard (piano), Dannie Richmond (drums), Johnny Coles (trumpet), Clifford Jordan (tenor sax) and the great Eric Dolphy (alto sax, flute and bass clarinet). Recorded within an eight-day span, less than three months before Dolphy's death, the three concerts showcase Mingus's visionary leadership and the band's incredible depth and diversity with unique performances and arrangements of classics including ‘So Long Eric’ and the groundbreaking ‘Meditations On Integration’.
11:10  Sarah Vaughan: Jazz from Newport, Brussels 1973
For the first of two appearances at the 1973 Jazz from Newport Festival in Brussels, Sarah Vaughan and her trio consisting of Carl Schroeder (piano), John Gianelli (bass), and Jimmy Cobb (drums) deliver a set of standards that highlights Vaughan’s excellent singing in general and her unique take on scat singing in particular. Coming two months after a Japanese tour that resulted in the "Live in Japan" album, Vaughan is heard performing moving renditions of “‘Round Midnight,” “I’ll Remember April,” and “Over the Rainbow.”
11:58  P. Damasiewicz & Power of the Horns - jazzahead!
The international trade fair, exhibition, and festival, jazzahead!, is one of the most important events in the jazz community. Hosted annually in Bremen, Germany, it brings together musicians, bookers, agents, organizers, jazz experts, and music enthusiasts. This year, jazzahead! pays special attention to Poland by selecting 40 different jazz acts from all over the world and inviting them to perform over the course of three days. One of them, Power of Horns, is a free jazz ensemble, created in 2007, and led by the multi-instrumentalist, composer Piotr Damasiewicz. Performing highly energetic and turbulent music, the ensemble is part of the 13th edition of the jazzahead! lineup.
12:28  Einar Scheving Quartet - jazzahead!
The international trade fair, exhibition, and festival, jazzahead!, is one of the most important events in the jazz community. Hosted annually in Bremen, Germany, it brings together musicians, bookers, agents, organizers, jazz experts, and music enthusiasts. This year, jazzahead! pays special attention to Poland by selecting 40 different jazz acts from all over the world and inviting them to perform over the course of three days. One of them, Einar Scheving Quartet, performs music saturated with poetic warmth, with all musicians in the group equally contributing to the sound. Led by the composer and drummer Einar Scheving, the ensemble is part of the 13th edition of the jazzahead! lineup.
13:02  Mont Saint-Michel: Steve Grossman & Peter King
Every year, the Jazz en Baie festival takes place in the beautiful bay of Mont Saint-Michel. Today’s broadcast shows a special gathering between saxophone heavyweights Peter King and Steve Grossman. These experienced musicians’ trip to the bay amounts to much more than a social call. The quintet, which is rounded out by bass player Duylinh N'Guyen, drummer Stéphane Huchard and pianist Alain Jean-Marie, delivers an amazing show. Although the two saxophonists have an average age of 70, these jazz titans will convince you you’re watching young musicians on stage – albeit with 70 years of experience.
15:03  DJAZZ Portrait: Heymoonshaker
These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
15:09  John Lurie: A Lounge Lizard Alone
In 1978, John Lurie formed The Lounge Lizards jazz ensemble with his brother Evan; the pair played music together for 20 years. However, in this New Year's Eve performance, Lurie (saxophone) plays a legendary show with drummer Larry Wright. Lurie is a musician, actor, painter, and the driving force behind the Strange & Beautiful music label. In the documentary John Lurie: A Solo Lounge Lizard, John talks about love, life, and gives insight on modern day hipster attitudes.
15:43  BIRDtv: Orlando Julius
Rotterdam’s ‘ BIRD’ is a club, café and restaurant with a live music programme that's deeply rooted in jazz, and also branches out towards soul, funk, hip-hop and electronic music as well. Its name ‘BIRD’ refers to the nickname of the legendary New York jazz saxophonist, bebop co-founder Charlie Parker (1920-1955). BIRD serves Neapolitan pizzas, good wines, no-nonsense beers and an all-round metropolitan rawness. Since 2014, this urban jazz club and DJAZZ.tv have been collaborating for a series of music programmes: ‘BIRD.tv’, allowing you to experience the best BIRD concerts and interviews as from a first row seat! In this episode, our guest is an old-timer from African music: the saxophonist and composer Orlando Julius (*1943). Doubtlessly, he is royalty among Nigerian musicians. In his music, Julius combines highlife, jazz, soul, and R&B in ground-breaking ways.
15:59  Seine Sessions: Brazil
The term "jam-session" was coined in the 1920s when black and white musicians gathered in smoke-filled bars after their respective concerts to enjoy the kind of jazz they could not play in traditional sets. Bing Crosby was a regular at these sessions, and had fun marking the first and third beats of musical phrases by clapping hands, which the musicians call "jammin 'the beat". Today, the Seine Sessions are bringing back the happy years of "jam sessions", while the best of the jazz, blues, gipsy, and funk Parisian scenes occurs on the boards of the legendary restaurant and jazz club Le Réservoir. This episode, hosted by Eddy King, Sally Zemour, and Virgile Aiana features performances of Brazilian music performed by artists playing together for the first time, and interviews with Bernardo Luiz, Fabrice Thompson, Sophie Rakotomalala, and many others.
16:31  Tinariwen: Concert Bouffes du Nord
The Malian-Berber band Tinariwen performed a one-off acoustic concert at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris during their European tour in the spring of 2011. Their music is hardly ordinary: the traditional North-African music style ‘tichumaren’ is mixed with elements of western pop and rock music. The band members’ forefathers, Tuareg, lead a nomadic life in the north-central Sahel. When these nomads looked for shelter in the cities of Northern Africa, their traditional music mixed with the local traditions. In this concert recording, material from Tinariwen’s album ‘Tessalit’ is played. The sight of these Tuareg musicians in their indigo tagelmusts within the famous Parisian theatre adds an unusual dimension to their desert song.
17:48  Invisible World - WOMEX 2018
Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its participating bands, Invisible World, is based at the jazz crossroads where East European and Mediterranean influences merge and caper off in new directions. Led by Czech bassist Tomáš Liška, a prolific idea man of many projects, joined by Turkish violinist Efe Turumtay, Serbian accordionist Nikola Zarić and Moravian drummer Kamil Slezák.
18:34  Frédéric Gassita & Les Solistes Francais
Frédéric Gassita’s biggest influences are Ravel and Debussy, Chick Corea, and Herbie Hancock – whom he met as a student in Boston. His work combines his African roots, rhythms, and orchestral music. Gassita's interest for orchestrations started at the Berklee College in Boston, where he studied music production, sound engineering, and jazz performance for four years. Today, he’s conquering Africa with his music style.
21:06  DJAZZ Portrait: Yuri Honing
These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
21:13  Legends of Jazz: The Golden Horns
With the exception of DJAZZ.tv, there is hardly any jazz on television. Jazz pianist and broadcaster Ramsey Lewis has addressed this vacuum with his programme series ‘Legends of Jazz’. This interesting series brings together musicians who are not usually paired. The importance of the trumpet in jazz cannot be overstated, and the legends who have made their mark, from Louis Armstrong to Roy Eldridge, from Clifford Brown to Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis, are each discussed when three of the finest trumpet players in jazz join Ramsey Lewis on stage. What a wonderful cross section of trumpet sounds, from the legendary Clark Terry, who seems to make the trumpet actually talk when he plays, to the high-energy innovations of hard-bopping Roy Hargrove, to the romantic and intimate ballad playing of Chris Botti. This show will leave you feeling that you know much more about the trumpet than when you tuned in!
21:38  DJAZZ Portrait: Ibrahim Maalouf
These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
22:03  Münchner Klaviersommer: Eliane Elias Trio
There’s no question about it: with a Grammy for Best Latin Jazz Album for her recording ‘Made In Brazil’, seven previous Grammy nominations, four ‘Gold Disc Awards’, and three ‘Best Vocal Album Awards’ in Japan, Eliane Elias has taken her place in the pantheon of music giants. In her projects, Elias wears many hats: she serves as producer, composer, lyricist, arranger, pianist, and vocalist. In this concert broadcast, recorded live at the Philharmonie in Munich, Elias shows her distinctive and immediately recognizable musical style, which blends her Brazilian samba roots and her sensuous, alluring voice with her impressive instrumental bebop, jazz, classical, and compositional skills. She is an artist beyond category, and in this concert she performs with Jay Randall Anderson (bass) and Adam Nussbaum (drums).
23:14  Salif Keita & Les Ambassadeurs
Salif Keita’s music is a rich combination of traditional Malian music with European and American influences. We can hear this in the instrumentation of Keita’s music, which varies from traditional West-African instruments to Western European ones. The Malian singer was cast out by his family because of his albinism. In 1967 he moved to Bamako, where he started his musical career and joined Les Ambassadeurs (Internationaux). He achieved international acknowledgement with this band in the 1970s. After spending a couple of years in Ivory Coast, Salif has found his home base in Paris since 1984. During this 2010 concert, he proves to be rightfully referred to as “The Golden Voice of Africa”.
00:12  DJAZZ Portrait: Ostrich Quartet
These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
01:03  DJAZZ Portrait: Kurt Elling
These portraits of artists, concerts and festivals give a good impression of the jazz world. Both famous and less famous jazz artists will give a new insight in their life. DJAZZ asked them why they wrote that special song, what was the first record they bought and what is his or her most precious musical memory. The festival portraits are beautiful reports filmed at the most special jazz festivals and concerts. They revive the memory of the festival, the music and the experience.
01:12  High Definition Quartet - jazzahead!
The international trade fair, exhibition, and festival, jazzahead!, is one of the most important events in the jazz community. Hosted annually in Bremen, Germany, it brings together musicians, bookers, agents, organizers, jazz experts, and music enthusiasts. This year, jazzahead! pays special attention to Poland by selecting 40 different jazz acts from all over the world and inviting them to perform over the course of three days. One of them, The High Definition Trio, has already gained numerous awards due to its original musical vision. Combining improvisation with contemporary electronic and acoustic sounds, the group is part of the 13th edition of the jazzahead! lineup.
01:43  Gregory Privat Trio - jazzahead!
The international trade fair, exhibition, and festival, jazzahead!, is one of the most important events in the jazz community. Hosted annually in Bremen, Germany, it brings together musicians, bookers, agents, organizers, jazz experts, and music enthusiasts. This year, jazzahead! pays special attention to Poland by selecting 40 jazz acts from all over the world and inviting them to perform over the course of three days. One of them, Gregory Privat, has roots from Martinique, which influences the pianist’s style more than anything else. Placing Caribbean-inspired elements at the core of his performances, Gregory Privat Trio is part of the 13th edition of the jazzahead! lineup.
02:44  Jazzed Out Swiss
Jazzed Out proves that a jazz session can take place anywhere. Unusual locations, such as garage buildings, multi-storey car parks, street corners, subway trains, and parks, in several of the world’s metropoles, provide the setting for brief jazz performances. The sheer rawness of the metropoles merge with the musical creations of various artists in search of the perfect ‘urban stage’. In this episode, Zurich serves as a backdrop for sets by pianist Stefan Rusconi, Grand Pianoramax, and Nik Bartsch.
04:18  Earl Hines Quartet in Spa, 1977
Despite his advanced age, the legendary jazz pianist Earl Hines was at the top of his game when he performed in the Belgian town of Spa in 1977. With a band consisting of Rudy Rutherford (reeds), Jimmy Leary (bass), and Eddie Graham (drums), Hines livens up the room with his interpretations of “I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me” and “The Man I Love.” Marva Josie joins the group for soulful renditions of “A Sunday Kind of Love” and the well-known classic “Kansas City” before the set comes to a close with “Caravan,” which features a lengthy drum solo by Graham.
05:06  Elliot Galvin Trio - November Music
The annual international festival November Music was first held in 1993. Since then, the festival has been promoting contemporary music across various locations in the Netherlands city ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Its 2018 edition included jazz, avant-garde, world and electronic music, sound installations, modern opera and theatre, as well as various interdisciplinary performances. One of the performers in 2018, the pianist Elliot Galvin is a member of the young UK jazz group Dinosaur. Performing with his trio, the gifted musician has been compared to Django Bates for his maverick imagination and ability to blend influences from all over the world.
06:10  Esplanada Music & Art in Concert
Esplanada was brought to life by Eddy Koopman, a long time Metropol Orkest member and composer. However, unlike other leading members in musical acts along the globe, Koopman does not put emphasis on himself. Most of the music he composes are for the Rotterdam Conservatory graduate violinist Sarah Koch. Blending various musical influences from both Western and Eastern parts of the world, Esplanada creates a zen-like atmosphere, which is further strengthened by the presence of Leontine Smit who is a visual artist.
06:57  North Sea Jazz Archive: Wayne Shorter Quartet
The world-renowned North Sea Jazz Festival features a wide variety of genres, including traditional New Orleans jazz, swing, bop, free jazz, fusion, avant-garde and electronic jazz, blues, gospel, funk, soul, R&B, hip hop, world beat and Latin. The festival was founded by entrepreneur and jazz fan Paul Acket, who sold his highly successful pop magazine publishing house to organize and fund the first edition of the festival in 1976. This broadcast from the North Sea Jazz Archives presents the great Wayne Shorter Quartet. Shorter’s maxim is to reinvent his music during each concert. He means to give his music a radical originality.
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