Jazz CD of the Week ARCHIVE

JAZZ CD OF THE WEEK

This week a special release, Janet Seidel “You Are There”, a posthumous release compiled by her brother and bassist, David Seidel.

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Drummer Mark Lockett’s new album, “Any Last Requests”, is our featured CD this week.

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A great self release from the Australian, now in London, Casey Golden “Atlas”, is our featured CD this week.

Golden presents his British quartet for the first time, comprising of the leader on piano, Alex Munk, guitar; Henrik Jensen, bass and Will Glaser, drums.

This is a fine album of Golden originals and well worth a good listen.

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Station sponsor Universal have come up with a big name release, Diana Krall & Tony Bennett “Love Is Here To Stay”.

A duet album of standards that is not, thankfully, given the lush treatment, instead we have the elegant class of the Bill Charlap Trio, with the leader on piano, Peter Washington  on bass and Kenny Washington on drums.

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This week station sponsor Orange Grove’s boss steps out from behind his desk and gets behind his drum kit for his bands new release, Ernesto Cervini’s Turboprop “Abundance”. With the help of great musicians, he has come up with a beauty!

 

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Great new release from station sponsor, Rattle Records out of New Zealand, but recorded here in Adelaide at Wizard Tone Studios by Coma’s James Brown and featuring our own James Muller.

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A brilliant self release from the excellent tenor player Andy Sugg  and his Group “Tenorness”.

This fine release only serves to prove just how good our jazz is.

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A great new CD from legendary and former Miles Davis guitarist, John Scofield “Combo 66”, thanks to Universal, station sponsor.

This album really swings, and no wonder, noting the presence of drummer Bill Stewart and keyboardist gerald Clayton.

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This week, something very different, from Universal, station sponsor. Sax legend Charles Lloyd and his The Marvels plus Americana or alt country star Lucinda Williams with “Vanished Gardens”

Here, Lloyd, backed by a great band including the brilliant steel guitarist Greg Liesz, fuse modern jazz with Americana, no mean feat!

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This week, a very special album this week, John Coltrane – Both Directions At Once The Lost Album. Recently discovered sessions released for the first time, and what a treat it is.

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Thanks to Universal, station sponsor.

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This week, a great new one from trumpeter Eamon Dilworth  “Viata” With support from Alister Spence, piano; Jonathan Zwartz -on bass ; Carl Morgan, guitar  and Paul Derricott, drums this has to be very good and it is!!

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Thanks to Eamon Dilworth for our copy.

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Prolific and brilliant American pianist Brad Mehldau teams up with his original trio, Larry Grenadier on bass and Jeff Ballard, drums, to produce this great album, “Seymour Reads The Constitution!”

Thanks to Sony Music, station sponsor.

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Two of the country’s finest team up to celebrate melody, from Move Records, station sponsor. Tony Gould & Graeme Lyall “The Art Of Melody”

As you would expect from these great jazz musicians, a collection of great standards brilliantly performed and supported by Ben Robertson on double bass and Joe Batrouney, drums

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A fine trio setting for master pianist Fred Hersch Trio with his latest “Live In Europe”, from Planet Company, station sponsor.

Most tunes come from Hersch’s own pen, with a few Monk and Wayne Shorter tunes for good measure.

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Organist Jake Mason and his trio, plus saxophonist Paul Williamson presents his latest “The Stranger In The Mirror”

With this fine collection of mostly originals, Mason is very ably supported by guitarist James Sherlock and drummer Danny Fischer.

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