There's so much good jazz being recorded around the world....a lot of it on small labels....and yet it rarely gets airplay. JAZZ TODAY....in it's own small way....tries to put that right!

JAZZ TODAY is a fortnightly radio show on Cambridge105 Radio. It is broadcast live in Cambridge UK on 105FM, on digital and online at cambridge105.co.uk.

JAZZ TODAY ONLINE is a quarterly cloudcast of some of the best tracks to appear on JAZZ TODAY.


Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Jazz Today Online - Summer 2011

Walsh Set Trio: Urgent Ape from Set One (Nine Winds). Brian Walsh, clarinet; Colin Burgess, bass; Trevor Anderies, drums.

Julio Resende Trio: Improvisacao (Call It Whatever) from You Taste Like a Song (Clean Feed). Julio Resende, piano; Ole Morten Vagan, bass; Bruno Pedroso, drums.

Bassdrumbone: The Blue Light Down the Line from The Other Parade (Clean Feed). Ray Anderson, trombone; Mark Helias, bass; Gerry Hemingway, drums.

Vyacheslav Guyvoronsky: Forced Landing in Mexico from Pieces for String Trio and Trumpet (Leo). Vyacheslav Guyvoronsky, trumpet; Vladislav Pesin, Dmitry Yakubovsky and Mikhail Degtyarev, strings.

Blacksheep: Perishing Wind from Blacksheep 2 (Doubtmusic). Yoshida Ryuichi, baritone sax; Goto Atsushi, trombone; Suga Dairo piano.
Steiner Raknes: Tango Rachetti from Tangos, Ballads and More (Park Grammofon). John Pal Inderberg, baritone sax; Ola Kvernberg, violin; Steiner Raknes, bass; Hakon Maset Johansen drums.

Peter Scharli Quartet: Calabrian Nights from Jazz at Prague Castle 2010 (Multisonic). Peter Scharli, trumpet; Glenn Ferris, trombone; Hans Feigenwinter, piano; Thomas Durst bass.

Chris Biscoe: J-Yarde from Profiles of Mingus (Trio). Chris Biscoe, alto sax.

Didier Levallet Quintet: Blue Berlin Tango from Songes, Silences (Sans Bruit). Airelle Besson, trumpet; Sylvain Rifflet, clarinet; Jan Vanek, guitar; Didier Levallet bass; Francois Laizeau, drums.

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