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5. Silliest Game ( 4.09 ), 9. Night Lights ( 5.16 ), 7. Dream Of A Quiet Place ( 4.19 ), 3. Hobusemang ( The Horse Game ) ( 4.16 ), 2. Scarborough Fair ( 3.10 ) and more.

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Jazz Mine is a play on jasmine which is one possible originator in respect of JAZZ as a description of the music being featured on this weekly show. Jazz keeps developing so the intention is to keep the focus on newer stuff with many forays into the Jazz Mines to illustrate past jazz musical triumphs.

On this edition I try to draw a musical portrait of Ed Thigpen, one of the most tasteful and subtle drummers in Jazz and a true master with the brushes during his time with the Oscar Peterson Trio or as a leader of his own groups.

Sue Rynhart is pictured with a track from her new album Signals in the mix this time. Also music from Tony Bennett, Semuta, Colette Cassidy & Nigel Clark plus more..

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Jazz Mine is a play on jasmine which is one possible originator in respect of JAZZ as a description of the music being featured on this weekly show. Jazz keeps developing so the intention is to keep the focus on newer stuff with many forays into the Jazz Mines to illustrate past jazz musical triumphs.

On this edition I'd like to invite you to join the Hep Cat's Ball for a blast of hot Jazz for the coolest Jazz Cat. from Erroll Garner's Twisting the Cat's Tail to Charles Mingus' Pussy Cat Dues, the Cats are really hoppin' , with music by Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Oscar Pettiford, Lucky Thompson, Herlan Riley, John Coltrane and others..

Allen Smith of Jazz on the Terrace talking re Tommy Halterty composed suite for public premiere at No. 22 South Anne Street Dublin 2 on Sunday 9th. April. In this episode of Jazz Mine you will also hear music from Kevin Brady, Monica Chapman, Tommy Halferty & Izumi Kimura, Michael Buckley and more.

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Jazz Mine is a play on jasmine which is one possible originator in respect of JAZZ as a description of the music being featured on this weekly show. Jazz keeps developing so the intention is to keep the focus on newer stuff with many forays into the Jazz Mines to illustrate past jazz musical triumphs.

"Spring will be a little bit late this year"

The longing for spring, love, sunshine and romance is the theme of this week's edition of "Tales from the far Side", where you can hear spring-related Jazz tunes and songs with contributions by Sarah Vaughan, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Red Garland, Jim Hall, Pat Metheny, Tony Bennett, Bill Evans, Herlin Riley, Clifford Brown, Max Roach and Zoot Sims.

Come on in for a musical Spring Fantasy.

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