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Jamie showcases his love for all types of jazz and music rooted in the genre with the best new music from the world of jazz.

Jamie Cullum plays an hour of jazz music ranging from its heritage to its future.

This week it's all about the music. Jamie selects classic tracks and shares anecdotes about how he first heard them as well as explaining their significance in the world of jazz. He also showcases some of the most exciting new music from the rising stars of today.

57 minutes

Music Played

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  • Julia Biel

    Nobody Loves You Like I Do (Live at Maida Vale)

  • Dave Brubeck

    How High The Moon

    • Jazz at Oberlin.
    • Fantasy Records.
  • Herbie Hancock

    A Jump Ahead

    • Inventions & Dimensions.
    • Blue Note Records.
  • Helen Humes

    Jumpin’ On Sugar Hill

    • Jumpin’ On Sugar Hill.
    • Mercury.
  • Sara Mitra

    Baltimore Oriole

    • Losing You.
    • Impossible Ark.
  • Paul Bley

    When Will The Blues Leave?

    • Footloose.
    • Savoy.
  • Gwilym Simcock & Yuri Goloubev

    Antics

    • Reverie at Schloss Elmau.
    • ACT.
  • The Tombola Theory

    Dance Monkey Dance ( Live at Maida Vale)

  • Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm

    Loosely aka The Wild One

    • Rhythm Rockin’ Blues.
    • Ace.

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