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Pairs of Great Sounding Jazz

Pee Wee Russell with Ruby Braff, Tommy Smith and Brian Kellock, Hilary Kole and Benny Green, Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane. A few jazz artists who sound good together.

Some jazz duos plus some solo piano with some superb pairing of artists as well. They include Pee Wee Russell with Ruby Braff, Tommy Smith and Brian Kellock, Hilary Kole and Benny Green, Kenny Burrell and John Coltrane. These are just a few jazz artists who sound good together. There are plenty of other bands and small groups in this programme from Karen Sharp, Cy Laurie, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald and Stan Getz.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Oscar Peterson

    Cubano Chant

  • Molly Johnson

    Fine And Mellow

  • Pee Wee Russell/Ruby Braff

    Sweet Lorraine

  • Stan Getz

    All The Things You Are

  • Ella Fitzgerald

    Smooth Sailing

  • Tommy Smith/Brian Kellock

    Warm Valley

  • Miriam Klein

    Come Rain Or Come Shine

  • Freddie Green

    Down For The Double

  • Mary Lou Williams

    What's Your Story Morning Glory

  • Joe Newman

    Corky

  • Karen Sharp

    The Dolphin

  • Hilary Kole/Benny Green

    Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

  • Charlie Barnet

    The Duke's Idea

  • Roy Williams

    Ladyless And Lachrymose

  • John Colianni

    Variations on Beethoven's Fur Elise

  • Chet Baker

    You Make Me Feel So Young

  • Kenny Burrell/John Coltrane

    Why Was I Born?

  • Cy Laurie

    Weary Blues

  • Dizzy Gillespie/Phil Woods

    Oon-ga-wa