24 Sep 2016

Inside Out Part 1: Jelly Roll Morton to Esperanza Spalding

From Inside Out, 5:00 pm on 24 September 2016
Esperanza Spalding

Esperanza Spalding Photo: Holly_Andres

Nick Tipping goes back to 1938 to hear Jelly Roll Morton do ‘The Crave’ and spins songbook classics from Lennie Tristano, Chet Baker, Rosemary Clooney and Oscar Peterson.

Then Nick changes it up a gear with guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel; gets funky with The SF Jazz Collective; features the latin touch of Esperanza Spalding; and finishes with Bill Frisell's beautiful version of Shenandoah.

Music Details - Part 1

Jelly Roll Morton         
The Crave          
Jelly Roll Morton            
Winin Boy Blues              
Smithsonian

Lennie Tristano
All The Things You Are 
Hammerstein / Kern     
Chicago, April 1951        
Atlantic

Kansas City Band            
Moten Swing   
Moten
Kansas City                                      
RCA

Oscar Peterson               
Band Call            
Peterson           
Night Train        
Verve

Don Byas  / Slam Stewart            
I Got Rhythm   
Gershwin                          
Commodore

Bill Charlap        
Pure Imagination           
Bricusse / Newley          
All Through The Night                         
Criss Cross

Chet Baker        
Long Ago And Far Away              
Jerome Kern    
The Best Of Chet Baker Sings                     
Pacific Jazz

Rosemary Clooney        
Fools Rush In   
Bloom / Mercer              
Midnight In The Garden Of Good & Evil                        
Concord

Oscar Peterson               
Things Ain't What They Used To Be        
Ellington             
We Get Requests          
Verve

Ray Brown Trio
Estate 
Martino / Brighetti        
Live At Sculler's                                               
Telarc

Blue Mitchell    
Sir John              
Blue Mitchell
Blue's Moods                           
Real Gone

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