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Duncan Swift looks for the Lion

The late Duncan Swift has piano artistry from the album Out Looking For The Lion.

There’s jazz from piano genius Duncan Swift plus contributions from British artists Robert Fowler, Anna Brooks, Tommy Whittle and an interview with Stacey Kent including a few songs from her.

Plus from the Midlands there’s the Worcestershire Youth Jazz Orchestra, Richard Leach and his 7 Stars of Jazz.

In the history of jazz we start with Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five, moving onto the 1940s with music from Lester Young, Charlie Ventura, Barney Bigard and Duke Ellington while Vic Dickenson represents the 1950s and Diana Krall and Karrin Allyson bring us right up-to-date.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Robert Fowler

    You Say You Care

  • Diana Krall

    The Heart Of Saturday Night

  • Richard Leach

    Everybody Loves My Baby

  • Anna Brooks

    Kamarama

  • Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

    Hayfoot Strawfoot

  • Vic Dickenson - Old Fashioned Love

  • Karrin Allyson

    Love Me Like A Man

  • Duncan Swift

    Sweet Georgia Brown

  • Tommy Whittle

    Blues In The Dark

  • Lester Young

    Indiana

  • Louis Armstrong

    Ory's Creole Trombone

  • Worcestershire Youth Jazz Orchestra

    Gates of Tashbaan

  • Barney Bigard

    C Blues

  • Charlie Ventura

    Big Deal

  • Stacey Kent

    All I Do Is Dream Of You

  • Stacey Kent

    Hushabye Mountain

  • Jazz at The Philharmonic

    Oh! Lady Be Good