BillF

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Archived shows from Jazz From Studio Four from WGBH Boston.

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An old Zenith.

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BillF,

Thanks for checking out my archived radio shows.

They're updated every Wednesday

Don't forget to listen this to Friday's stream from 8p-midnight DST

I'll be featuring Roy Haynes forthe entire four hours to celbrate his 83rd birthday. It should be fun

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BillF,

Thanks for checking out my archived radio shows.

They're updated every Wednesday

Don't forget to listen this to Friday's stream from 8p-midnight DST

I'll be featuring Roy Haynes forthe entire four hours to celbrate his 83rd birthday. It should be fun

what a treasure chest! thanks :rolleyes:

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The Best of Jazz online from BBC Radio 2.

86 year-old trumpeter, Humphrey Lyttelton, who has presented the show for 39 years, announced that next week's will be his last. As this week's included records by Clark Tracey, Lew Tabackin, Roland Kirk, Helen Humes, Woody Herman, Junior Mance and Dave Tough, I shall certainly miss him!

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My Zenith tombstone- I found some country music from somewhere in Alabama.

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Ah! loca in the hoos-a. Snow melted? Lines up?

BillF thank you for the word on Humph. Was looking over "The Other Parlophones 1951-54" on Sackville records recently, and in another place saw his name associated with mentoring Stacey Kent. Long live the Humphrey.

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Ah! loca in the hoos-a. Snow melted? Lines up?

BillF thank you for the word on Humph. Was looking over "The Other Parlophones 1951-54" on Sackville records recently, and in another place saw his name associated with mentoring Stacey Kent. Long live the Humphrey.

Yes, a great man! He's been devoted to jazz ever since he bunked off school to hear Louis Armstrong in the thirties!

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The Best of Jazz online from BBC Radio 2.

86 year-old trumpeter, Humphrey Lyttelton, who has presented the show for 39 years, announced that next week's will be his last. As this week's included records by Clark Tracey, Lew Tabackin, Roland Kirk, Helen Humes, Woody Herman, Junior Mance and Dave Tough, I shall certainly miss him!

No kidding ! What a sad day this is - but great that he's remained 'on air' for so long. First heard his show back in 1974 and was fortunate enough to meet him after one of his gigs and to get him to sign his book a few years ago. Put in an in-person request for him to play some Horace Silver (not sure if it was played but he's the type of guy that would honour such a thing if possible, I'm sure).

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a matinee performance of last night's 'out on blue lake.'

it appears to be a ginny volia fest. :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

all clarinets and cecil. marvy.

great drinking music!!!!!!!!!!!

:bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace: :bwallace:

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My Zenith tombstone- I found some country music from somewhere in Alabama.

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You take this stuff to seriously. :rolleyes:

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In 3 days it will be 55 years since Humphrey Lyttleton gave me my very first interview. It was in his London office and I was not only very nervous, I was awful. Loved those early Parlophones, which is why I went to London. An amazing man.

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:beee::crazy::party:

:rmad: :rsly: :cool:

anything to drown out those unbearable espn basketball play by play yuks. :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

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An amazing man.

Can't believe it was he playing the trumpet outside Buck House on VE Day !

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BBC World on the shortwave. Can't stream the audio through my dial-up connection.

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Ken Clarke's Jazz Greats online from BBC Radio 4.

British Conservative politician and jazz fan (strange, but true!) Kenneth Clarke discusses the life and music of Max Roach with altoist Peter King.

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British Conservative politician and jazz fan (strange, but true!)

Appalling Chancellor - redeemed by his liking for jazz. A frequent habitue of Ronnie Scotts, back in the day I believe.

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