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Is Jazz for Dancing?

More people are dancing to jazz and some of those tunes come from the thirties. We talk to a teacher of Lindy Hop and find out more. Plenty of music to listen to as well.

We talk to a teacher of Lindy Hop and find out more. He has coached some of the 'Strictly' contestants. While we look at the emergence of the swing dance, there is still plenty of music for listening from the likes of Teddy Buckner, Les Paul, Martin Taylor, Alan Barnes with vocals from Lee Gibson and Karrin Allyson.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Enrico Tomasso

    Brotherhood Of Man

  • Lee Gibson

    My Shining Hour

  • Chicago Teddy Bears

    Stevedore Stomp

  • Teddy Buckner

    Save It Pretty Mama

  • Karrin Allyson

    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

  • Julian Stringle

    Blues For The Morning After

  • Les Paul

    How High The Moon

  • Billy Eckstine

    I Love The Rhythm In A Riff

  • Martin Taylor/Alan Barnes

    I Wish you Love

  • Lester Young

    Pennies From Heaven

  • Milt Jackson

    I Wonder Why

  • Teddy Wilson

    Just One Of Those Things

  • Cormac Kenevey

    No Moon At All

  • Alex Welsh

    As Long As I Love

  • Sally Night

    Crusin'

  • Kenny Burrell

    I Thought About You

  • Monty Alexander

    C C Rider

  • Summit Reunion

    Somebody Stole My Gal