Jazz Through the Night

Weeknights and Sunday, midnight to 6 am; Saturday, 2 to 6 am

Night owls and early birds, take note! Our jazz hosts are spinning classics from our library, and the latest in acoustic jazz just for you!

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Playlist

February 20, 2013

12:06 AM
Footprints
Artist : John Vanore & Abstract Truth
Album : Culture
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12:13 AM
Inner Urge
Artist : The Blue Note 7
Album : Mosaic
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12:20 AM
Come Fly With Me
Artist : Kurt Eilling
Album : 1619 Broadway
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12:30 AM
Sweet Sweetie Dee
Artist : Horace Silver Quintet
Album : Silver's Serenade
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12:37 AM
Little Sheri
Artist : Stanley Turrentine
Album : Look Out!
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12:47 AM
Bye Bye Blackbird
Artist : Todd Marcus
Album : Inheritance
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12:55 AM
(The Home Of) Happy Feet
Artist : The Jazz Professors
Album : Do That Again
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1:03 AM
Concierto De Aranjuez
Artist : Lew Soloff
Album : Sketches Of Spain
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1:24 AM
The Pan Piper
Artist : Lew Soloff
Album : Sketches Of Spain
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1:29 AM
Will O’ The Wisp
Artist : Lew Soloff
Album : Sketches Of Spain
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1:36 AM
Hey Joe
Artist : Brad Mehldau Trio
Album : Where Do You Start?
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1:42 AM
Here’s To Life
Artist : Shirley Horn
Album : Live at the 1994 Monterey Jazz Festival
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1:47 AM
All Blues
Artist : Miles Davis
Album : Kind Of Blue
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2:01 AM
Four Brothers
Artist : Woody Herman and his Orchestra
Album :
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2:04 AM
I Can’t Get Started
Artist : Dizzy Gillespie
Album :
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2:07 AM
A Night In Tunisia
Artist : Art Blakey and the Giants of Jazz
Album : Live at the 1972 Monterey Jazz Festival
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2:19 AM
Naima
Artist : Bernt Rosengren Big Band
Album : Bernt Rosengren Big Band
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2:26 AM
Femme Fatale
Artist : Joe Clark Big Band
Album : Lush
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2:36 AM
Afro Blue
Artist : Hope Morgan
Album : It's About Time
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2:42 AM
Oye Como Va
Artist : Tito Puente & His Orchestra
Album :
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2:48 AM
Acknowledgement
Artist : Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
Album : A Love Supreme
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3:06 AM
Easter Island
Artist : John Vanore & Abstract Truth
Album : Culture
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3:18 AM
Nica’s Dream
Artist : Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
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3:30 AM
One Thousand And One Nights
Artist : Marc Johnson/Eliane Elias
Album :
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3:38 AM
Hard Times
Artist : Winard Harper
Album :
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3:46 AM
Scene West
Artist : Jeff Johnson
Album :
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3:54 AM
Chutzpah
Artist : Hot Club Of Detroit
Album :
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4:00 AM
No. 5
Artist : Tom Harrell
Album :
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4:07 AM
My One And Only Love
Artist : Jim Ketch
Album :
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4:15 AM
Ultrahang
Artist : Chris Potter
Album :
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4:23 AM
Star Eyes
Artist : Houston Person
Album :
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4:31 AM
D’s Blues
Artist : Dion Parson
Album :
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4:37 AM
Come Sunday
Artist : Luke Carlos O’Reilly
Album :
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5:07 AM
Round Midnight
Artist : Dexter Gordon
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5:19 AM
Sanctuary
Artist : Miles Davis
Album :
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5:27 AM
BYOB
Artist : Korey Riker
Album :
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5:35 AM
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
Artist : Charles Mingus
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5:47 AM
St. Louis Blues
Artist : Lou Pallo
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