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Melt Yourself Down

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

This week, his guests are Kushal Gaya and Pete Wareham of the band Melt Yourself Down.

They talk about about their jazz influences and inspirations in Take 5, as well as their latest album and upcoming projects.

57 minutes


Music Played

  • Bob Dorough

    Old Devil Moon

    • Bethlehem Records.
  • Dorothy Donegan

    I Just Want To Sing

    • Mahogany Records.
  • Fatima

    Biggest Joke Of All

    • Blue Note.
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk

    Ain't No Sunshine

    • Atlantic Records.
  • Gil Evans

    Bird Feathers

  • Melt Yourself Down

    Listen Out

    • The Leaf Label.
  • Miles Davis

    Basin Street Blues

    • Columbia.
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk

    Rip, Rig and Panic

  • David Bowie


    • ISO Records.
  • Melt Yourself Down

    Jump The Fire

    • The Leaf Label.
  • Two Banks of Four

    Afro Blue

    • Red Egyptian Jazz.
  • Matthew Halsall

    Only You

    • Gondwana Records.
  • The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    Blue Rondo à la Turk

    • Columbia.
  • Nat King Cole

    Sweet Lorraine

    • Verve.
  • Billie Holiday

    Strange Fruit

    • Verve.
  • Kid Ory

    Muskrat Ramble

  • Sarathy Korwar

    Mawra (Transcendence)

    • Ninja Tune / The Steve Reid Foundation.


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