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Live at Cheltenham Jazz Festival

Friday 2 May 2008 23:30-1:00 (Radio 3)

Live from the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Jez Nelson celebrates 10 years of Jazz on 3 with sets from Tim Berne's Science Friction, Iain Ballamy's Alias and the Peter Brotzmann Trio.


1 hour 30 minutes


Presenter: Jez Nelson
Producers: Peggy Sutton, Robert Abel

This programme was broadcast live from the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham on Frisday 2nd May as part of the Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

Jazz On 3 Signature Tune performed live by Alias

Track Title Seventy Four Miles Away
Composer Russell Gunn


Iain Ballamy - saxophone
Staffen Svensson - trumpet
John Parricelli - guitar
Palle Danielsson - double bass
Peter Danemo - drums

Live performance by Alias

Once What Was (Danemo)
I've Been Here Before (Ballamy)
On The Mend (Ballamy)

Jez interviews Jerry Dammers

Jerry Dammers Spatial Aka Orchestra recorded at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham earlier on Friday 2nd May


Jerry Dammers, musical director, keyboards
Denys Baptiste, saxes
Larry Stabbins, saxes
Zoe Rahmen, piano
Finn Peters, flute
Jason Yarde, alto sax
Anthony Joseph, poet
Francine Luce, vocals
Neil Charles, double bass
Patrick Illingworth, drums
Crispin 'Spry' Robinson, percussion
Mat Fox, baritone sax
Robin Hopcraft, trumpet
Harry Brown, trombone
Damian Hands, saxes
Ollie Bayley, electric bass
Guy Clarke, guitar
Steve Gibson, classical percussion, vibes

Soul Vibrations Of Men (Sun Ra)

Live performance by Tim Berne's Science Friction


Tim Berne - alto saxophone
Marc Ducret - guitars
Craig Taborn - piano
Tom Rainey - drums

Adobe Probe (Berne)

Jez interviews Iain Ballamy

Excerpt of Bill Frisell recorded solo at the Pizza Express, London on 20th March 2000

Follow your heart (McLaughlin)

Live performance by the Peter Brotzmann Trio


Peter Brotzmann - saxes
Marino Pliakas - bass
Michael Wertmuller - drums

Sliced Brain
Too Much Is Not Enough
To Barbu

All (instantly) composed by Brotzmann / Pliakas / Wertmuller

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