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Alyn Shipton celebrates Miles Davis's birthday, marks the Shakespeare 450th anniversary with Cleo Laine and plays music by Lionel Hampton. This week's listeners' requests also include trio jazz from the young French bassist David Eskenazy, and a track by British trumpeter Guy Barker.

1 hour

Last on

Sat 24 May 2014 17:00

Music Played

  • Glen David Andrews


    Performer: Kyle Roussel. Performer: Jamal Watson.
    • Live at Three Muses.
    • Gda Music Group LLC.
    • 8.
  • Chet Baker

    Lucius Lu

    Performer: Phil Urso. Performer: Bobby Timmons. Performer: James Bond. Performer: Peter Littman.
    • Chet Baker & Crew.
    • Phoenix.
    • 6.
  • Guy Barker


    Performer: Jim Watson. Performer: Rosario Giuliani. Performer: Denys Baptiste. Performer: Barnaby Dickenson. Performer: Orlando LeFleming. Performer: Sebastiaan de Krom.
    • Soundtrack.
    • Provocateur.
    • 6.
  • Benny Carter & Dizzy Gillespie

    The Courtship

    Performer: Tommy Flanagan. Performer: Joe Pass. Performer: Al McKibbon. Performer: Mickey Roker.
    • Carter, Gillespie, Inc.
    • Pablo.
    • 3.
  • Cleo Laine

    Dunsinane blues

    Performer: John Dankworth. Performer: Alan Branscombe. Performer: Ray Dempsey. Performer: Kenny Napper. Performer: Allan Ganley.
    • FONTANA.
    • 7.
  • David Eskenazy

    Joyful Monkey

    Performer: Remi Ploton. Performer: Quentin Boursy.
    • From The Ancient World.
    • Ophelia.
    • 6.
  • Miles Davis

    So What

    • At Carnegie Hall.
    • CBS.
    • 1.
  • Duke Ellington


    Performer: Coleman Hawkins. Performer: Ray Nance. Performer: Johnny Hodges. Performer: Harry Carney. Performer: Lawrence Brown. Performer: Aaron Bell. Performer: Sam Woodyard.
    • Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins.
    • Impulse.
    • 4.
  • Lionel Hampton


    Performer: Wes Montgomery. Performer: Roy T Johnson. Performer: Earl Walker.
    • The Lionel Hampton Story.
    • Proper.
    • 18.


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