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

May 13, 2013

12:05 AM
Poinciana
Artist : Ahmad Jamal
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Pretty Eyes
Artist : Horace Silver
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12:20 AM
Nirvana
Artist : Jim Snidero
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12:20 AM
Squeeze Me
Artist : Chrissie Loftus
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12:40 AM
Deep, Dry Ocean
Artist : Gerald Clayton
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12:45 AM
Drad Dog
Artist : Nicholas Payton
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1:00 AM
Time Of The Barracudas
Artist : Gil Evans
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1:00 AM
Will O The Wisp
Artist : MIles w/ Gil Evans Orchestra
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1:00 AM
Straight, No Chaser
Artist : Gil Evans
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1:20 AM
Further Away
Artist : Benny Green
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1:20 AM
Live & Learn
Artist : Dann Zinn 4
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1:40 AM
Scherzo
Artist : Phil Woods & The DePaul University Ensemble
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1:55 AM
I Didn’t Know What Time It Was
Artist : Cecile McLorin Salvant
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2:00 AM
Ms. Angelou
Artist : Christian McBride & Inside Straight
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2:00 AM
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Artist : Venissa Santi
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2:20 AM
Whisper Not
Artist : Lee Morgan
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2:20 AM
Superstar
Artist : Terry Klinefelter
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2:35 AM
Simone
Artist : Joe Locke
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2:35 AM
Helix
Artist : Sam Rivers
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2:50 AM
Perfidia
Artist : Dave Brubeck
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2:50 AM
Waltz For Debbie
Artist : Bill Evans
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3:05 AM
Senor Blues
Artist : Horace Silver
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Paraphernalia
Artist : Miles Davis
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Save The Children
Artist : Denise King & Olivier Hutman
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3:30 AM
Thelonious
Artist : Bill Peterson Trio
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3:40 AM
La Fiesta
Artist : Chick Corea
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3:50 AM
Spoonful
Artist : Gil Evans Orchestra
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3:59 AM
I Wish I Didn’t Know
Artist : Jaleel Shaw
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4:00 AM
Slippin’ Into Darkness
Artist : Marcus Miller
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4:00 AM
Little Queen
Artist : Robert Hurst
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4:25 AM
Illuminati
Artist : Jeff Johnson
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Jitterbug Waltz
Artist : Vince Guaraldi
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Long Came Tutu
Artist : Giacomo Gates
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The Creep
Artist : Ted Nash
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Moment’s Notice
Artist : One For All
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Tenth Lament
Artist : Sahib Shihab & The Danish Radio Jazz Group
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Sweet Georgia Brown
Artist : Ella Fitzgerald
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The Meaning Of The Blues
Artist : Joe Locke
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5:30 AM
Winetone
Artist : Cannonball Adderley
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Sophisticated Lady
Artist : Wycliffe Gordon
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On A Misty Night
Artist : Tadd Dameron w/ John Coltrane
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Live Broadcast From the Philadelphia Museum of Art
12:13 pm
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2:52 pm
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Classically trained jazz pianist Helen Sung
Kat Villacorta

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12:17 pm
Wed February 19, 2014

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Jazz vocalist Amy Cervini

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5:00 pm
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A Man, A Plan, A Concept Album About Panama

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Raj Naik and Luke Severn Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Sat February 15, 2014 9:18 pm

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Jazz Appreciation Month
11:24 am
Tue April 2, 2013

April Is Jazz Appreciation Month: Celebrate With WRTI!

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