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The Hot Box #033 – A Latin Feel

There’s a Latin feel to the Hot Box this time around, keeping company with the hot summer perhaps. And nearly all the music played is from brand new releases so we are literally, a HOT box. We also step into the re-creation of some of the oldest and most revered swing numbers, reimagined by an orchestra dedicated to that task, and pause to reflect on the music of a much loved New Orleans piano player of whom Steve Bernstein said, “No-one had a left hand like him, no-one on the planet. It was so strong and fast, and he had such control of every part of it”. Check out his version of Basin Street Blues in this Hot Box.

We are still seeking recordings by Irish pianists, so if you know of any, let us know. The Hot Box is released on www.jazzireland.ie every 2 weeks and can be heard on-line around the world. Tell your jazz loving friends, and talk to us direct with comments and suggestions to

Track List for The Hot Box #033 – A Latin Feel

# Artist Track Title Time
01 Michel Camilo One More Once 00:00
02 Bobby Sanabria’s Multiverse Orchestra  Prologue 02:25
03 Bobby Sanabria’s Multiverse Orchestra  The Jet Song 10:38
04 The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra Rhythm is Our Business 17:09
05 Henry Butler Basin Street Blues 21:14
06 Henry Butler Orleans Inspiration   26:15
07 The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra Black Beauty 33:42
08 Bobby Sanabria’s Multiverse Orchestra  The Gym Scene 37:09
09 Edward Simon Uninvited Thoughts 47:09
10 Antonio Adolfo with Orquestra Atlantica Partido Samba-Funk 55:30
11 Stan Getz Samba De Duas Notas 1:02:13
Donald Helme
Author: Donald Helme
Donald presented Jazz Alley, Ireland’s number one jazz show, on RTE Lyric FM from the station’s first week on air until the end of 2015. “I am not a musician, and have never pretended to be anything other than a lifetime fan with loads of experience and hopefully, good ears.”
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