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One Man's Jazz During The 1940s

The story of one man's introduction to jazz and how he went on to a lifetime of musical experiences. Also we hear from Charlie Wood with his wife Jacqui Dankworth.

As well as growing up with jazz and hearing from Charlie Wood and Jacqui Dankworth there's music from Remi Harris and Alan Barnes together. We hear from latin band Heads South ahead of their toiur in the Midlands and from violinist Sarah Smith who is appearing in Pershore. Add George Lewis, Gerry Mulligan, Stuff Smith and Terry Gibbs and you have two hours of superb jazz.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Gerry Mulligan

    As Catch Can

  • George Lewis

    Bugle Boy March

  • Katya Gorrie

    On A Little Street In Singapore

  • Manny Albam

    My Sweetie Went Away

  • Paul Bley

    Porgy

  • Heads South

    Carioca

  • Sarah Smith

    Putting On The Ritz

  • Magnificent 7 Jazz Band

    The Eel

  • Terry Gibbs

    Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

  • Stuff Smith

    C Jam Blues

  • Martin Jacobsen

    Witchcraft

  • Remi Harris/Alan Barnes

    Joseph, Joseph

  • Charlie Wood

    On The Sunny Side Of The Street

  • Charlie Wood/Jacqui Dankworth

    Alone Together

  • Pete Johnson/Albert Ammons

    Barrel House Boogie

  • Harry “Sweets” Edison

    Used To Be Basie