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This episode explores the work of some famous baritone saxophone players.
A random selection of old favourites overdue for a reappearance on Jazz Club.
Walter Love presents some of the finest exponents of the art on record and tape.
Walter Love presents a special St Valentine's edition of Jazz Club.
Recordings of notable jazz musicians playing the Bossa Nova.
Walter Love presents some of the finest exponents of the genre on record and tape.
Featuring interviews with singer Trudy and Welsh pianist Dave Jones.
Walter Love is joined by Graham Dalby, director of the London Swing Orchestra.
A look back at Brian White's Magna Jazz Band and Chris Barber's Jazz and Blues Band.
Walter Love talks to jazz singer Cyrille Aimee before her London Jazz Festival appearance.
A look back to the 1950s and 60s with recordings of Anita O'Day and Dexter Gordon.
Paying tribute to the late Acker Bilk. Plus Daniel Roure and the Clarke-Boland Big Band.
Jazz historian Mike Pointon discusses the earliest recordings made by Louis Armstrong.
Includes an interview with the Australian jazz trio led by pianist and singer Janet Seidel
Walter Love features the work of jazz guitarist and singer Slim Gaillard.
George Smyth previews Castlereagh Jazz Festival, and Geoff Eales discusses his jazz career
Featuring interviews with Stephen Graham, David Lyttle and Irish singer Keith McDonald.
Walter Love plays tracks from Lake Records's series British Traditional Jazz at a Tangent.
Mike Pointon discusses the musical tastes of jazz writer and enthusiast Jim Godbolt.
Walter Love's guest is distinguished jazz historian Dave Gelly.
Focusing on a selection of small-group recordings made by Gene Krupa in his later years.
Including a look at the Northern Ireland Young Musicians' Platform Awards.
Featuring works by Bach, Erik Satie and Schumann given the Jacques Loussier treatment.
Walter Love presents a compilation of recordings illustrating Louis Armstrong's career.
Walter Love meets veteran record producer George Avakian.
Walter Love visits the Louis Armstrong archive at Queens College in Flushing, New York.