Jazz with Maureen Malloy

Monday through Thursday, 9 pm to midnight

Maureen Malloy takes the reigns after BP "high-tails it," with an eclectic mix of different genres of jazz. Be it Modern, Post-Modern, Latin, Bop, Hard-Bop, Big Band or the singers (old and new), you'll always find something you like, and learn why you like it.  Musical guests also frequent the studio, so you can gain insight into how the jazz world turns, and who is creating new events and music.  Also featured are live tracks that give you a different outlook on familiar pieces of music, and make you feel like you were part of the artists' musical journey.

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Playlist

May 08, 2013

9:05 PM
If You Could See Me Now
Artist : Art Farmer
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Our Day Will COme
Artist : Joanna Pascale
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9:20 PM
Boplicity
Artist : Verve Jazz Ensemble
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9:20 PM
Creole Love Call
Artist : Monty Alexander
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9:35 PM
A Walk in the Parc
Artist : Dayna Stephens
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9:35 AM
Central Trolley
Artist : Scott Healey Ensemble
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9:50 PM
Joy Spring
Artist : West Point Band w/ Alexis Cole
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9:50 PM
Boy’s Night Out
Artist : Michael Treni
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10:00 PM
Passion Dance
Artist : McCoy Tyner
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10:00 PM
Mother
Artist : Jacky Terrasson
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10:20 PM
The Things We Did Last Summer
Artist : George Shearing & Don Thompson
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Blue Notes
Artist : Bill Cunliffe Trio
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10:35 PM
Sentimental Journey
Artist : Jackie McLean
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10:35 PM
I Remember You
Artist : The Jazz Professors
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10:50 PM
Dream Train
Artist : Christian McBride & Inside Straight
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10:50 PM
Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Artist : Jared Gold
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11:00 PM
Where Have You Been ?
Artist : Bill Charlap
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11:00 PM
Amor em Paz (Once I Loved)
Artist : Antonio Carlos Jobim
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11:15 PM
A Little Blues There
Artist : Gene Harris
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11:15 PM
Free-Wheeling
Artist : Joe Clark Big Band
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11:30 PM
Frim Fram Sauce
Artist : Diana Krall
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11:30 PM
Hard Times
Artist : David Fathead Newman
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11:45 PM
I’m An Old Cowhand
Artist : Sonny Rollins
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11:55 PM
Cristal
Artist : Mark Weistein
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11:44 PM
Bittersweet
Artist : Joe Locke
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