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Glasgow International Jazz Festival 2012

Duration:
1 hour, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 01 July 2012

Saxophones to the fore as Kevin Le Gendre presents concert music from the 2012 Glasgow International Jazz Festival featuring Soweto Kinch and the current Young Scottish Jazz Musician of The Year Ruaridh Pattison. Recorded at the opening night of this year's festival at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgsow, the programmes features two piano-less trios, the first led by saxophonist Soweto Kinch and his band featuring Karl Racheed-Abel on Double Bass and Troy Miller on drums. The second group features the emerging talent of Scottish saxophonist Ruaridh Pattison who is joined by drummer Will Glazer and bassist Mark Lewandowski.

Music Played

11 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
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    Ruaridh Pattison Trio Lunar

    Performers: Ruaridh Pattison (Sax), Will Glazer (Drums), Mark Lewandowski (Bass) Composer: Ruaridh Pattison BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Ruaridh Pattison Trio Kora

    Performers: Ruaridh Pattison (Sax), Will Glazer (Drums), Mark Lewandowski (Bass) Composer: Mark Lewandowski BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Ruaridh Pattison Trio Tea Is The Answer

    Performers: Ruaridh Pattison (Sax), Will Glazer (Drums), Mark Lewandowski (Bass) Composer: Ruaridh Pattison BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Ruaridh Pattison Trio Giddy Up

    Performers: Ruaridh Pattison (Sax), Will Glazer (Drums), Mark Lewandowski (Bass) Composer: Ruaridh Pattison BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio Never Ending

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio Trying To Be A Star

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio Sweeping Change

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio The Bounce

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio Trade

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio On The Treadmill

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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    Soweto Kinch Trio Raise Your Spirit

    Performers: Soweto Kinch (Sax/Electronics), Karl Racheed-Abel (Double-Bass), Troy Miller (Drums) Composer: Soweto Kinch BBC Recording, recorded on 27th June at King Tut’s, Glasgow as part of the Glasgow Jazz Festival

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