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May 20, 2011

 

Dexter Rides Again

Go West, Jazz Man: Outtakes From This Week’s NPR Take Five Post

More jazz with a Western theme, this time from Grant Green, Dexter Gordon, Ornette Coleman, and others.

February 21, 2010

 

Leapin' and Lopin'

Clark’s Last Leap: Sonny Clark, 1961-62

Sonny Clark was a young pianist with an already-impressive jazz legacy when he began a year-long string of classic hardbop recordings that ended with his death.

August 13, 2007

 

Photo of jazz pianist and composer Duke Pearson

The Duke Pearson Songbook

Duke Pearson was a pianist, composer, and arranger who helped craft the sound of many of the Blue Note label's classic mid-1960s releases.

August 26, 2006

 

Grant Green funky

Ain’t He Funky Now: Grant Green in the Early 1970s

Green's turn-of-the-decade recordings filtered the new sounds of the late 1960s through jazz guitar.

March 26, 2005

 

Music for Peace: the Sacred Jazz of Mary Lou Williams

Mary LouMary Lou Williams, the pianist, arranger, and composer whose career in jazz traced a line all the way from the Kansas City scene of the late 1920s through the swing era, bop, the 1950s jazz expatriate community, and an academic job at Duke in the late 1970s, also helped to pioneer sacred jazz in…

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Late Sarah, Early Fred: Sarah Vaughan and Fred Astaire

The cover for a recent reissue of Sarah Vaughan's recordings of the music of Duke Ellington.

New anthologies from two legendary performers of American popular song.

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Afterglow is WFIU's weekly program of jazz and American popular song hosted by David Brent Johnson.

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