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WPSU Jazz Archive - March 24, 2017

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An archive edition of the WPSU Jazz show as broadcast on March 24, 2017, hosted by Greg Halpin.

In the first hour of the program we feature all new jazz releases from the Eva Kess Group, Josh Lawrence, the Michael Attias Quartet, David Weiss & Point of Departure, Jason Anick & Jason Yeager, Tim Armacost, and Giovanni Mirabassi. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - March 17, 2017

Mar 18, 2017
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on March 17, 2017 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Alicia Olatuja, Amy Winehouse, Billy Taylor with Gerry Mulligan, Billy Piers, Branford Marsalis, Bessie Smith, Madeline Peyroux, and more.  

In the season hour, hear Duke Ellington, George Duke, Doc Cheatham, Nichols Peyton, Cassandra Wilson, Leroy Jones, Art Blakey, Fred Hirsch, Tony Allen, Barbara Streisand, and more.

An archive recording of a Jazz@ThePalmer concert recorded in the Lipcon Auditorium of the Palmer Museum on the University Park Campus of Penn State, The concert is made possible in part by Fred & Judy Sears and Friends of the Palmer.  

Recorded in September 2016, the concert features the Ryan Kauffman quartet -- Ryan Kauffman on saxophone, Matthew Matikio on piano, Steve Meashey on bass, and Chris Loser on drums.

WPSU Jazz Archive - Feb. 24, 2017

Feb 27, 2017
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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz show as broadcast on February 24, 2017 and hosted by Greg Halpin.

The first hour features all new jazz releases. We’ll hear music from Sarah McKenzie, Ken Fowser, Nick Finzer, Lee Konitz, Josephine Davies, Bill Anschell, Miquel Zenon, Chris Thile with Brad Mehldau, and Curtis Stigers & The Danish Radio Big Band. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Jan. 17, 2017

Feb 18, 2017
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on February 17, 2017 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Al Jarreau, Luciana Suza, La Luna, Art Pepper, The Buena Vista Social Club, Xavier Lemon, Cecil Paine Quartet. Blossom Dearie, and more.

In the second hour, hear Roman Diaz, Dizzy Gillespie, Al Jarreau, Carlos Para, Karen Allison, and more.   

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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on Friday, February 10, 2017 and hosted by Greg Petersen.

In the first hour, hear tracks from Abbey Lincoln & Hank Jones, Willie Nelson, Vicky Wyman, Tony DeSare,  k.d. lang, The New York Voices, Nat King Cole, The Mills Brothers and more.

In hour two, hear Melissa Morgan, Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald, Harry Connick Jr., Cheryl Bentyne, Louis Armstrong with Duke Ellington, Diana Krall and more.

An archived recording of a concert in the Jazz@ThePalmer series recorded in August 2016.  The concert features the Rick Hirsch Three featuring Hirsch on saxophone, Steve Rudolph on piano, and Bob Hart on bass.  Original compositions will be showcased as well covers of "Black Orpheus," "In The Wee Small Hours," “Footprints,” “‘Round Midnight,” “Jitterbug Waltz,” and more.    

WPSU Jazz Archive - Jan. 27, 2017

Jan 28, 2017
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An archive edition of the WPSU Jazz show as hosted by Greg Halpin and broadcast on January 27, 2017. 

In the first hour of the program we feature new jazz releases from Art Hirahara, Jeremy Pelt, Vitor Goncalves, Bill Anschell, New Standard Duo, Dhafer Youssef, Sarah McKenzie, Curtis Stigers, and Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Jan. 20, 2017

Jan 21, 2017
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on January 20, 2017 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Sonny Rollins, Brother Jack McDuff, Esperanza Spalding, Miles Davis, The Modern Jazz Quartet and more.

In the second hour, hear Farrell Sanders, Victor Wooten, Roy Hargrove with J.J. Johnson, Chico Freeman, Shirley Horn, Nancy Wilson with Cannonball Adderley, Joshua Redman, and more.   

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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on Friday, January 13, 2017 and hosted by Greg Petersen.

In the first hour, hear a Buck Clayton Jam Session, Carmen McRae, Christian McBride, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dexter Gordon, Ellis Marsalis, Billie Holiday and more.  

In the second hour, hear Art Pepper with Duke Jordan, The Brad Mehldau Trio, Louis Armstrong, Milt Jackson, Diana Krall and more. 

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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on January 6, 2017, produced and hosted by Craig Johnson. The recording features a Jazz@ThePalmer recording as performed in July 2016.  Support for Jazz@ThePalmer comes from Fred and Judy Sears, The Penn State Bookstore, and Friends of the Palmer Museum.

The concert features the Eddie Severn Quartet with Eddie Severn on trumpet and flugelhorn, Kirk Reese on keyboards, Peter Paulson on bass, and Phil Haynes on drums. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Dec. 30, 2016

Dec 31, 2016
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In the final Friday Night Jazz program of 2016, host Greg Halpin features some of this year's notable releases and favorites.

In the first hour of the program, hear music by Omer Avital, Melissa Aldana, the Giulla Valle Trio, Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox with Sarah Marie Young on vocals, Macy Gray, Norah Jones, Kenny Garrett, and Ken Poplowski. 

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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on Friday, December 16, 2016 and hosted by Greg Petersen. This week, it’s a holiday jazz edition, featuring several tracks from a new album by Jon Baptiste, “Christmas with Jon Baptiste.” 

In the first hour hear tracks from Baptiste as well as Chris Botti, Harry Connick Jr., James Taylor with Natalie Cole, The Vince Guaraldi Trio, Jimmy Smith, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Nancy Wilson, The Manhattan Transfer and more.  

WPSU Jazz Archive - Dec. 2, 2016

Dec 3, 2016
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An archive edition of the WPSU Jazz show as hosted by Greg Halpin and broadcast on December 2, 2016. 

The first hour of the program has all new jazz releases from Carl Winther, the Rudy Royston Trio, the Nigel Price Organ Trio, Anthony Branker & Imagine, Lee Konitz & Kenny Wheeler Quartet, Keith Jarrett, Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox, Macy Gray, and Cameron Mizell. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Nov. 25, 2016

Nov 26, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on November 25, 2016 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Jack Teagarden, Louis Armstrong with Ella Fitzgerald, Mavis Rivers, Mildred Bailey, Oscar Peterson with Roy Eldridge, Charlie Parker, Bria Skonberg, Buck Clayton, and more.

In the second hour, hear Miles Davis, Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, Tanya and Dorise, Leon Russell, and more.

WPSU Jazz Archive - Nov. 4, 2016

Nov 5, 2016
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An archive edition of the WPSU Jazz show as hosted by Greg Halpin and broadcast on November 4, 2016. 

The first hour of the program features all new jazz releases from the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble, Gregory Privat, Ethan Iverson, Joey Alexander, Jeff Libman, George Cables, Norah Jones, Matt Brewer with Tyshawn Sorey, and the Dave Douglass & Frank Woeste Quartet. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - October 28, 2016

Oct 29, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on October 28, 2016 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Karen Allison, John Coltrane, Ann Hampton Callaway, Thelonious  Monk, Madeline Perot, Liz Wright, Lenny Williams, Diane Schurr, Charles Mingus and more.

In the second hour, hear Royce Campbell, Grant Green, Charlie Byrd, Ornette Coleman, Diane Reeves, Bill Evans, Ella Fitzgerald and more. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Oct. 7, 2016

Oct 10, 2016
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An archive edition of the WPSU Jazz show as hosted by Greg Halpin and broadcast on October 7, 2016.

The first hour of the program features all new jazz releases from Joey Alexander, the Clara Haberkamp Trio, the Eri Yamamoto trio, Macy Gray, Till Bronner, Brian Lynch, Damana, Cameron Mizell, and Matt Wilson's Big Happy Family.

The second hour of the program returns to jazz classics as well as more recent releases from Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Art Blakey, Wynton Kelly, the Chick Corea Akoustic Band, the Bad Plus, Matthew Halsall, and Oliver Nelson. 

 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Sept. 30, 2016

Oct 1, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on September 30, 2016 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Freddie Cole, Miles Davis, Norah Jones, Anat Cohen, Fred Hirsch, Sonny Rollins, Johnny Hodges, Regina Carter, and more.

In the second hour, hear Grant Green, Sonny Stitt, Cootie Williams, Roosevelt Sykes, Hugh Laurie, Bettye LaVette, Paul Gonsalves with Paul Hines, The Modern Jazz Quartet, Jake Shimabukuro, and more.    

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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on Friday, September 23, 2016 and hosted by Greg Petersen. 

In the first hour hear tracks from Dexter Gordon, Donna Byrne, The Earl Klugh Trio, Gerry Mulligan, Helen Merrill with Stan Getz, Herbie Mann & Phil Woods, Jerry Gonzalez and more.

In the second hour, hear Kitty Margolis, The Marsalis Family, The Mills Brothers, Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson, The Monty Alexander Trio, The  Ron Affif Trio, Diana Krall and more.

WPSU Jazz Archive - Sept. 16, 2016

Sep 17, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on September 16, 2016 and hosted by Andrew Belmonte, featuring “Jazz From All Angles.”

In the first hour, hear performances by St Germain, Dizzy Gillespie, Jimmy Heath, Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, Larry Coryell, Buena Vista Social Club, Herbie Hancock, The Bad Plus, The David Murray Quartet and more.

In the second hour, hear Eric Dolphy, Dave Brubeck Quartet, iO String Quartet, Oliver Nelson, Phillip Glass, Charles Mingus, and more.

WPSU Jazz Archive - Sept. 9, 2016

Sep 10, 2016
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An archive edition of the WPSU Jazz show as hosted by Greg Halpin and broadcast on Sept. 9, 2016.

We’re playing all new jazz in the first hour of the program from Omer Avital, David Gibson, Luis Perdomo, Houston Person with Ron Carter, Wolfert Brederode Trio, George Coleman, the Joe Policastro Trio, the New York Standards Quartet, the Kenny Barron Trio. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - Sept. 2, 2016

Sep 7, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on September 2, 2016 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Dexter Gordon, The Ralph Moore Quartet, Larry Young, The Charlie Hunter Trio, Chet Baker, Kurt Elling, Jane Ira Bloom, Eileen Farrell, and more.

In the second hour, hear Roberta Garbini, Abbey Lincoln, Chet Baker with Art Pepper, Clifford Jordan, Dave Grusin, Marion McPartland, Dan Yoder, and more.   

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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on Friday, August 26, 2016 and hosted by Greg Petersen. 

In the first hour hear tracks from Dexter Gordon, Diana Krall, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Eddie Daniels, Ellis Marsalis, Kristen Gustafson and The Matt Nelson Trio.

In the second hour, hear Milt Jackson with Joe Williams, Paul Desmond & The Modern Jazz Quartet, Ray Brown, Louis Armstrong with Duke Ellington, Stan Getz, The Taylor/Grisman Jazz Quartet, Melissa Morgan, The George Coleman Quartet, and The Nat King Cole Trio.  

WPSU Jazz Archive - August 12, 2016

Aug 15, 2016
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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on August 12, 2016 and hosted by Greg Halpin. 

The first hour of the program features all new jazz releases from Uri Caine, Will Calhoun, Luis Perdomo, Brad Mehldau Trio, Houston Person with Ron Carter, George DeLancey, the Steve Kuhn Trio, and the Kenny Barron Trio. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - August 5, 2016

Aug 8, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on August 5, 2016 and hosted by Rana Glick. 

In the first hour, hear Anita O’Day, Pearl Bailey, Charles Mingus, Chico Freeman, Art Blakey with Max Roach, Nat King Cole, The Heath Brothers, Coleman Hawkins, Oscar Peterson and more.

In hour two, hear Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, David Murray, Lizz Wright, Tuck & Patti, Joe Sample, Joe Bonner, Billy Harper, Andrew Distel, Jake Shimabukuro, and more. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - July 22, 2016

Jul 28, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on July 22, 2016 and hosted by Andrew Belmonte, featuring “Jazz From All Angles.”

 

In the first hour, hear performances by John McLaughlin Trio, Al Jarreau, Jacques Loussier Trio, Bill Evans & Jim Holland, Eric Reid, Billy Strayhorn, Bruce Gertz Quintet, and more.

 

In the second hour, hear tunes by Willie Nelson, Kevin Spacey, Alanis Morissette, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Sonny Rollins, Joshua Redman, Carlos Ortega, and more. 

WPSU Jazz Archive - July 15, 2016

Jul 18, 2016
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 An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on July 15, 2016 and hosted by Greg Halpin.

 

The first hour of the program features all-new jazz releases from Paul Grabowsky, Kenny Garrett, Ralph Peterson, Zaccai Curis, & Luques Curtis, The Wolfert Brederode Trio, The Joe Policastro Trio, Wolfgang Schalk, The Brad Mehldau Trio, and Omer Avital.

 

WPSU Jazz Archive - July 8. 2016

Jul 11, 2016
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An archive recording for the WPSU Jazz show as aired on July 8, 2016 and hosted by Rana Glick with a special edition on love.

 

In the first hour, hear tracks from The Beatles, Abby Lincoln, Count Basie, Astrud Gilberto, Betty Carter, Blossom Dearie, Annie Ross, Bobby Short, Carmen McRae and more.

 

In the second hour, hear Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown with Max Roach, The Dutch Jazz Orchestra, Esperanza Spaulding, Etta James, and more.  

WPSU Jazz Archive - June 17, 2016

Jun 19, 2016
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An archive recording of the WPSU Jazz Show as broadcast on June 17, 2016 and hosted by Greg Halpin.

 

The first hour of the program features new jazz releases from David Gibson, Marquis Hill, Spin Cycle, Dominick Farinacci, Matt Wilson's Big Happy Family, the Quincy Jones Orchestra, George Coleman, and Willie Jones III. 

 

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