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Oscar Peterson Trio Archive Session

Jamie digs out an archive recording of the Oscar Peterson Trio from 1964 and selects a tune by South African jazz singer Letta Mbulu to celebrate the World Cup.

Jamie Cullum showcases his love for all types of jazz, and music rooted in jazz, from its heritage to the future.

This week's show features a recording of a live session hand-picked from the BBC archives featuring the Oscar Peterson Trio performing Hallelujah Time! for Jazz 625 in 1964. The session includes Oscar Peterson on piano, Ray Brown on bass and Ed Thigpen on drums.

Plus, to celebrate the start of the World Cup, Jamie selects a tune by South African jazz singer Letta Mbulu. Every week during the competition he will find a football-flavoured track.

1 hour

Music Played

  • Jon Hendricks

    A Good Git-Together

    • A Good Git-Together.
    • Vogue Records / World Pacific.
    • LAE 12231.
  • Leo Wright

    The Wiggler

    • Suddenly The Blues.
    • Koch International.
    • 8544.
  • Nnenna Freelon

    Get Out Of Town

    • Homefree.
    • Conchord Jazz.
  • Marty Paich Big Band

    From Now On

    • What’s New.
    • Discovery Records.
    • Ds-857.
  • Soweto Kinch

    The Mission

    • A Life in the Day of B19: Tales of the Tower Block.
    • Dune Records.
    • DuneCD014.
  • Archive Session Track

    • The Oscar Peterson Trio

      Hallelujah Time!

      Live on Jazz625 - 10/10/64

  • Wynton Marsalis

    Buddy Boldon (Live)

    • Wynton Marsalis Live At The Village Vanguard.
    • Columbia.
  • Cheikh Lô

    Conia

    • Jamm.
    • World Circuit Records.
  • Ornette Coleman

    Giggin'

    • Tomorrow Is The Question!.
    • Contemporary.
    • OJCCD-342-2.
  • The Bad Plus

    Flim

    • These Are The Vistas.
    • Columbia.
    • CK 87040.
  • Letta Mbulu

    Afro Texas

    • Naturally.
    • Beat Goes Public.
    • CDBGPM 214.

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