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Monday Morning Jazz
WNMC's flagship jazz-mix programming brings listeners 45 hours each week of great music drawing heavily on and built around the tradition of jazz innovation. Jazz, from its very outset, has always been a heterogeneous, spontaneous, eclectic mixture of influences from throughout the world of music and beyond: blues, pop, brass band music, the Spanish tinge which helped give us swing, classical music theory, opera arias, political protest, counter-cultural movements, all of this and much, much more went into making jazz at one time or another. Jazz is an open music, and our jazz mix format is inspired by that openness--showing points of contact and contrast between jazz music and some of the other musics that have influenced it and been influenced by it over its more than 100 years.
Music, guests, chat & strong coffee
With Mr. Sandy
Mon Jul 16th 2018 6.00am–8.00am
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: eastern
How bout playing a song or two by Slobberbone? Mulebone is great.
Medeski, Martin & Wood “Macha”
from Last Chance to Dance Trance (Perhaps): Best of (1991-1996) MP3/file Album (Gramavision 1999)
Art Tatum, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Lionel Hampton, Barney Kessel “What Is This Thing Called Love (Alternative Take)”
from Complete Group Masterpieces Comp (Pablo 1990)
Turma Da Garfieira “Maracangalha”
from The Music Of Brazil / Turma Da Gafieira / Recordings 1957 Album (2009)
Bob Dylan “Knockin' On Heavens Door [Live]”
from The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue (Columbia 2002)
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