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Ane Brun session

57 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 04 September 2012

Jamie Cullum plays an hour of jazz music ranging from its heritage to its future.
This week, Jamie features one of his favourite artists that he discovered last year, the Norwegian singer Ane Brun. She is in session at the BBC Maida Vale Studios with her full live band, showcasing songs from her latest album It All Starts With One.
Ane Brun was exposed to a lot of jazz music through her town's annual jazz festival where she grew up. Listening to artists such as Ella Fitzgerald and Charles Mingus alongside seeing live jazz improvising on stage had a strong influence on her own music.

Music Played

11 items
  • Image for Ethel Waters

    Ethel Waters Sweet Georgia Brown

    An Introduction to Ethel Waters: Her Best Recordings 1921-1940, Best of Jazz

  • Image for Cal Tjader

    Cal Tjader Guarachi Guaro

    Tjader Plays Mambo, Fantasy

  • Image for Nathan Haines

    Nathan Haines Ancestral Dance

    The Poet's Embrace, Warner/Haven Music

  • Image for Me’Shell NdegéOcello & Cody

    Me’Shell NdegéOcello & Cody To Be Young, Gifted and Black

    Pour Une Âme Souveraine: A Dedication To Nina Simone, Naïve

  • Image for Booker Ervin

    Booker Ervin True Blue

    The Blues Book, Prestige

  • BBC Maida Vale Session Track

  • Image for Jaco Pastorius

    Jaco Pastorius Kuru/Speak Like A Child

    Jaco Pastorius, Epic

  • Image for The Branford Marsalis Quartet

    The Branford Marsalis Quartet Treat It Gentle

    Four MFs Playin' Tunes, Marsalis Music

  • BBC Maida Vale Session Track

  • Image for Lennie Tristano

    Lennie Tristano Requiem

    The New Tristano, Atlantic

  • Image for The Welcome Wagon

    The Welcome Wagon Nature's Goodnight

    Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices, Asthmatic Kitty


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