…..featuring jazz from as far afield as Japan and Australia….and as close to home as Bexley and Willesden. Strutting their stuff will be the ICP Orchestra, the Alex Simu Quintet, the Ben Sluijs Quartet and the trio Partikel. We’ll also be hearing from pianist Wayne Horvitz, Blacksheep and Andrea Keller’s Five Below. Plus much more, including a run thru the jazz gigs coming your way in Cambridge. Listen HERE at 3pm GMT.
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.
Tuesday, 18 December 2018
Sunday, 9 December 2018
Lisbeth Quartett: Daily Task from There Is Only Make (Traumton)Don Byron & Aruan Ortiz: Black& Tan Fantasy from Random Dances & (A)tonalities (Intakt)
Marcin Masecki & Jerzy Rogiewicz: Dinah from Ragtime (BMC)
Tito Mangialajo Rantzer Quartet: Embrace-Lee from Dedications (Solista)
Miguel Zenon feat. Spektral Quartet: Rosario from Yo Soy La Tradicion (Miel)
Samuel Blaser: Tom Sherman’s Barroom from Early in the Mornin’ (OutNote)
Tilo Weber Quartet: Zykle from Four Fauns (Malletmuse)
Tilo Weber Quartet: Tadd’s Delight from Four Fauns (Malletmuse)
Ant Law: Pure Imagination from Life I Know (Edition)
Walter Smith III, Matthew Stevens, Joel Ross, Harish Raghavan & Marcus Gilmore: ACE from In Common (Whirlwind)
Hans Koller: Home from London Ear (33Jazz)
Kenny Werner: Fall From Grace from The Space (Pirouet)
Fredrik Nordstrom: Brand New Dollars from Needs (CleanFeed)
Pipeline: Carabus from Us (We Insist)
Lionel Loueke: Molika from The Journey (AparteMusic)
David Chevallier & Valentin Ceccaldi: OIRN from Zebres (Ayler)
Robert Mitchell: Le Theatre Des Bouffes Du Nord (Depth of Field)
Follow Dices: Tajga from Eternal Colors (SJRecords)
Tito Mangialajo Rantzer Quartet: Romero from Dedications (Solista)