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. It is broadcast live in Cambridge UK on 105FM and online at Cambridge105.FM.

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


Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Jazz Today Online - Autumn 2013

The Autumn Edition is now cast! Listen using the widget on the left-hand panel:


Simon Spang-Hanssen Trio: Garbage Can from Luna Moon (Gateway Music). Simon Spang-Hanssen, sax; Sebastien Boisseau, bass; Christophe Lavergne, drums.
Mark Dresser Quintet: Para Waltz from Nourishments (CleanFeed). Rudresh Mahanthappa, sax; Michael Dessen, trombone; Denman Maroney, piano; Mark Dresser, bass; Tom Rainey, drums.

Nick Sanders Trio: New Town from Nameless Neighbours (Sunnyside). Nick Sanders, piano; Henry Fraser, bass; Connor Baker, drums.

Arun Ghosh: Sufi Stomp (Soul of Sindh) from A South Asian Suite (Camoci). Arun Ghosh, Idris Rahman and Chris Williams, reeds; Zoe Rahman, piano; Liran Donin, bass; Aref Durvesh, Nilesh Gulhane, Pat Illingworth and Rastco Rasic, percussion.
Sebastien Texier: Song for Paul Motian from Toxic Parasites (Cristal). Sebastien Texier, sax; Alain Vankenhove, trumpet; Bruno Angelini, piano; Frederic Chiffoleau, bass; Guillaume Dommartin, drums.
Roby Glod, Roberta Piket, Mark Tokar & Klaus Kugel: Still Alive from Op Der Schmelz Live (Nemu). Roby Glod, sax; Roberta Piket, piano; Mark Tokar, bass; Klaus Kugel, drums.

The Dickens Campaign: Oh Lovely Appearance of Death from Oh Lovely Appearance (Mole-Tree Music). Kirk Knuffke, cornet; Jesse Lewis, guitar; Deric Dickens, drums.

Mark Turner & Baptiste Trotignon: Sonnet for Stevie from Dusk is a Quiet Place (Naive). Mark Turner, sax; Baptiste Trotignon, piano.
Andrew Robson Trio + James Greening: Flux from Songbook (Lamplight). Andrew Robson, sax; James Greening, trombone; Steve Elphick, bass; Hamish Stuart, drums.

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