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26/11/2014

Stephen Duffy has concert music from Christine Tobin recorded at the London Jazz Festival, plus the Pocket Legend is Bessie Smith, the 'Empress of the Blues'.

Stephen Duffy has concert music from Christine Tobin recorded at the London Jazz Festival and the Pocket Legend is Empress of the Blues Bessie Smith. The Gil Evans Orchestra give a jazz flavour to classic Jimi Hendrix in Jazz Goes Pop and there's music from Bristol based experimental jazz quartet Get The Blessing. Classic sounds come from John Coltrane and Willie 'The Lion' Smith and Scottish music from Ryan Quigley and Paul Towndrow and 15 piece collective Fat-Suit.

1 hour, 55 minutes

Last on

Wed 26 Nov 2014 20:05

Music Played

  • Bill Frisell

    Messin With The Kid

  • Slowly Rolling Camera

    Into The Shadow

  • Paul Towndrow

    Quirkafleeg

  • John Coltrane

    Everytime We Say Goodbye

  • Jazz Goes Pop

    • Gil Evans

      Angel

  • Get the Blessing

    Corniche

  • Live Concert Music - London Jazz Festival

    • Christine Tobin

      Famous Blue Raincoat

  • Takuya Kuroda

    Everybody Loves The Sunshine

  • Scottish National Jazz Orchestra

    Rockin' In Rhythm

  • Willie “The Lion” Smith

    Morning Air

  • Diana Krall

    I Love Being Here With You

  • Roller Trio

    Reef Knot

  • Fat-Suit

    The First Man On The Sun

  • Assaf Kehati Trio

    Nathan Bo Rega

  • Pocket Legend

    • Bessie Smith

      I Ain't Got Nobody

  • Hot 8 Brass Band

    Milwaukee Fat

  • Jennie Marie Hammond and The Quiet Band

    Lullabies & Dreams

  • Live Concert Music - London Jazz Festival

    • Steve Hamilton & John Surman

      There'll Never Be Another You

  • Cyrille Aimée

    It's A Good Day

  • Monty Alexander

    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

  • Alison Rayner Quintet

    Half A World Away

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