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Jazz from smooth Art Pepper to the Heath Brothers

Smooth jazz from Art Pepper in the 1950s to Albert and Jimmy Heath from three years ago.

A wide range of jazz as usual starting with Sidney Bechet and his Feetwarmers in the 1940s through Art Pepper, Serge Chaloff, Bob Brookmeyer, Humphrey Lyttelton and Archie Semple in the fifties.

And it’s right up to date with a tribute to Ella from singer Patti Austin and another tribute to Peggy Lee from Maria Muldaur.

New York singer Melissa Morgan from her comparatively new CD and Stacey Kent from her album Breakfast on the Morning Tram.

The two remaining Heath Brothers, Jimmy and Albert ‘Tootie’ Heath get together for a recording just three years to the day of this broadcast while Ken Peplowski and Alan Barnes join together for an Al Cohn composition.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Art Pepper

    The Man I Love

  • Patti Austin

    Honeysuckle Rose

  • Humphrey Lyttelton

    Christopher Columbus

  • Joe Williams

    Sometimes I'm Happy

  • Richard Galliano

    Take Eleven

  • Maria Muldaur

    Everything Is Moving Too Fast

  • Bob Brookmeyer

    They Say It's Wonderful

  • Stacey Kent

    Ces Petits Riens

  • Cyrus Chestnut

    Come Sunday

  • The Heath Brothers

    You Or Me

  • Archie Semple


  • Sidney Bechet

    After You've Gone

  • Ken Peplowski

    Two Funky People

  • The Fryer-Barnhart Jazz Band

    Dans Les Rues D'Antibes

  • Serge Chaloff

    Oh Baby

  • Django Reinhardt

    You Took Advantage Of Me

  • Walsall Jazz Orchestra