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Jazz Mine No. 150 Saturday 24th March 2018

In Jazz Mine 150 you will hear from artists such as Wes Montgomery, The Tommy Halferty Trio, Red Garland Trio, Elva MacGowan, Don Wilkerson, Aoife Doyle, Jackie McClean, Phil Ware Trio.and many more..........As you can see lots of Blue Note in this selection. Saturdays 5PM on dublincityfm.ie.

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Jazz Mine No 149 Saturday 17th March 2018

In Jazz Mine 149 you will hear from artists such as Phil Ware Trio, Aoife Doyle, The Tommy Halferty Trio, Marian McPartland, The Jive Aces, Kat Parra, John Scofield, Lee Konitz, Danny Fox Trio and many more..........As you can see lots of Blue Note in this selection. Saturdays 5PM on dublincityfm.ie.

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Jazz Mine No. 148 Saturday 10th March 2018

In Jazz Mine 148 you will hear from artists such as Dara MacGabhann, Graham J., Julien & John, Zrazy, Melody Gardot, Etta James, Don Ellis, GoGo Penguin, Tara O'Grady, Gerry Mulliagn, Kurt Elling, Dave Brubeck Quartet & Horace Silver and many more..........As you can see lots of Blue Note in this selection. Saturdays 5PM on dublincityfm.ie.

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Tales from the far Side 08.03.18 The Best in Jazz

The Waters of March and the snow, the rain and the wind !!!! The theme of this edition of Tales from the far Side where we are marching bravely into the month of March and into springtime, the soundtrack for this march created by A.C.Jobim, Mark Murphy, Benny Carter, Joanne Brackeen, the SF Jazz Collective, Anat Cohen, Carmell Jones and Ray Anderson.

Jazz Mine No. 147 Saturday 3rd March 2018

In Jazz Mine 147 you will hear from artists such as Horace Silver, Gerry Mulligan, Melody Gardot, Jazz Messengers, J.R. Monterose, Fred Jackson, Jackie McLean and many more..........As you can see lots of Blue Note in this selection. Saturdays 5PM on dublincityfm.ie.

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Tales from the far Side 22.02.18 Tribute to Jazz Guitarist Coco Schumann

On this edition I pay tribute to the German Jazz Guitarist and Holocaust survivor Coco Schumann who sadly died a couple of weeks ago at the age of 93. Schumann fell in love with Jazz at the age of 13 and learned to master the guitar in Nazi Germany. With a Jewish mother and playing Jazz at the underground scene Schumann was finally arrested and spent time in the Concentration Camps of Theresienstadt, Auschwitz and Dachau. He became a member of the "Ghetto Swingers" and was very lucky to survive the horror. But he always pointed out that he was a musician who survived the Concentration Camp and not a Concentration Camp prisoner who played music. May you rest in peace, Coco, always remembered.

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