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ft. Nightmares on Wax, Art of Tones, EVM128, Dizzy Gillespie & King Tubby
House, funk, soul, bass and beats for open-minded listeners with an old-skool state of mind. More info at www.francisco.vibecast.com Catch the pod live every Tuesday evening on Electric Lion Radio www.electriclionradio.com or as a podcast on Podbean, ACast, ITunes or Tunein Full track-listing below and at www.mixcloud.com/francisco Itunes / Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-payback Tracklist: Nightmares on Wax - Own Me (feat Haile Supreme)Dizzy Gillespie - MatrixMary Clarke - Take Me Im YoursCapstone - Burning UpTB Blow - Free Blow Dub (Francisco Edit)E Live - Feel ItLeon Haywood - Dont Push ItArt of Tones - All Night (Scruscru Remix)Llorca - My Precious Thing (Rollercone Remix)Mone - We Can Make It (The 'I Believe' Dub)M1 - Feel the DrumsEVM128 - Dance Dont SleepSunship - SunshipOnipa - FutureOnipa - WaistPAT THOMAS & KWASHIBU AREA BAND - BubuDany Cohiba - Cuban Man In LA (Original Mix)Ame - RejRiya, Collette Warren & L-Side - All For SomethingMastermind - ShaftSault - The Beginnning of the EndSubstantial & Funky DL - What I Been Saying 2.0Black Moon - WHo Got Da PropsSHUMBA YOUTH/SLEEPY TIME GHOST - Right Way (Joe Armon-Jones dub)King Tubby - Psalm 1Sugar Minot - Wicked Ah Go Feel It
Chatting with Australian jazz trumpet legend James Morrison about playing with Dizzy Gillespie, The Olympics, Top Gear and much more
Watford Jazz Junction
The hugely talented and funny James Morrison joins us for our Season 3 finale.A musical polymath and multi instrumentalist, James is well known to many from opening the 2000 Olympic Games, playing in the world's finest venues and hosting Top Gear Australia.This hugely enjoyable conversation ranges from what is was like playing alongside Dizzy Gillespie to being a jazz nut in a fast car. We also ask the really important questions including what is the definite jazz ride and why he has yet to play at the Rifle Volunteer pub in Watford?!ENJOY!James's album recommendations include:Concert by the Sea by Erroll Garner (1955) released on ColumbiaNight Train by Oscar Peterson (1963) released on VerveThe Greatest Trumpeter of Them All by Dizzy Gillespie (1958) released on VerveSupportYou can help support the podcast and keep us ad free. Especially useful if you’d like to support the podcast and want to keep it ad free. Plus it makes Chris feel very happy indeed! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ChrisNewsteadShow infoPresenter: Chris Newstead, www.watfordjazzjunction.comTheme: by SoundWorkLab, licensed through AudioJungle.Recorded March 2021.
Dizzy Gillespie discusses the art of jazz ; part 2
Studs Terkel Archive Podcast
First broadcast on March 30, 1961. Part 2 of the program continues with Dizzy Gillespie discovering the following: his jazz style; his interactions with other musicians; and his latin musical influences. The following Gillespie musical excerpts are played: "Tin Tin Deo"; "La Lorraine"; and an musical piece (with an undisclosed title) is played to end the program.
WETF show - Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra live from the Spotlite in NY, May 1946. Great big band Bebop featuring Dave Burns, James Moody, Ray Abrams, Howard Johnson, Milt Jackson, Kenny Clarke and a rare (maybe unique) appearance by Thelonious Monk as a band pianist--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support
Dizzy Gillespie in 1945-46 . .as leader without Charlie Parker
This is a look at the sessions Dizzy Gillespie led in 1945 -46 without Charlie Parker. The Diz and Bird sides have received a lot of attention, but the recording dates that Parker wasn't hired (or just didn't show up) for are fascinating as well. Gillespie leads and is heavily featured on tunes with Don Byas, Lucky Thompson, Dexter Gordon, Trummy Young, Clyde Hart, Al Haig and someone who may or may not be Thelonious Monk.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support
A Bahá'í Perspective: Susan Engle - Dizzy Gillespie
A Bahá'í Perspective
Susan is a singer, song writer, and author who has now written two books for the Baha'i Change Maker Series. The Change Maker Series is a series of biographies targeted toward middle schoolers. Her first one is href="https://www.bahaibookstore.com/Robert-Sengstacke-Abbott-eBook-ePub-P9594.aspx" target="_blank"Robert Abbott who founded the Chicago Defender newspaper. Her most recent, to be published February 8th of this same year, is " href="https://www.bahaibookstore.com/John-Birks-Dizzy-Gillespie-P9872.aspx" target="_blank"John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie: A Man, a Trumpet, and a Journey to Bebop". We talk about Dizzy Gillespie's life and I feature recordings of Dizzy Gillespie in the program.
John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie was born on Oct 21,1917 and today we celebrate his 102nd Birthday Anniversary with one of his finest albums with his great working band that stayed together for well over 5 years. Dizzy on trumpet was one of the pioneers of Modern Jazz and he is in magnificent form here. James Moody is heard on alto and tenor saxophones and of course, flute. A young Kenny Barron is on piano at the beginning of his storied career. The rhythm section is the great team of Christopher White on bass and Rudy Collins on drums. The "something old" idea is Dizzy's updating four of his his tunes that he recorded back in the mid 1940s. We'll hear "Bebop", "Good Bait", A segue of "I Can't Get Started and 'Round Midnight" and "Dizzy Atmosphere". The n"something new" is three then new compositions by the talented Tom McIntosh: "November Afternoon", "The Day After". "The Cup Bearers". "This Lovely Feeling" is a bossa nova by Arif Mardin and Margo Guryan. The album ends with Dizzy's night club closing theme "Early Mornin' Blues". All of this was recorded in April of 1963 and is a great representation of this powerhouse band. Happy Birthday Dizzy!
Dizzy Gillespie & Stan Getz – Jazz and The Art of Rhythm
Views and Brews
Saxophonist Stan Getz and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie are both legends in their own right, but what connects the two may be deeper than you think. In this edition of Views & Brews, KUT’s Rebecca McInroy joins Rabbi and jazz historian Neil Blumofe for a conversation on Diz & Getz, and a live jazz quintet performs select tunes.