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 14, 2013

12:05 AM
European Episode
Artist : Jacki Byard
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Girl From Ipanema
Artist : Bill Cunliffe Trio
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12:20 AM
Search For Peace
Artist : Wallace Roney
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12:20 AM
You Got To Go Now
Artist : Venissa Santi
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12:35 AM
Sweet Bird
Artist : Herbie Hancock
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12:55 AM
Four
Artist : Miles Davis
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1:00 AM
Please Send Me Someone To Love
Artist : Red Garland
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1:00 AM
Red’s Good Groove
Artist : Red Garland
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1:00 AM
Walkin’
Artist : Red Garland
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1:20 AM
What A Little Moonlight Can Do
Artist : Cecile McLorin Salvant
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1:20 AM
I Didn’t Mean That…Really
Artist : Stephen Anderson Trio
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1:39 AM
Pannonica
Artist : Thelonious Monk
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2:00 AM
How I Wish
Artist : West Point Band w/ Alexis Cole
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2:00 AM
Sancticty
Artist : Coleman Hawkins
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2:20 AM
Transfer
Artist : Scott Healy Ensemble
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2:20 AM
Cat Magnet
Artist : Hush Point
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2:35 AM
Stay
Artist : Jeremy Pelt w/ Ra-Re Valverde
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2:35 AM
Oceans
Artist : Next Collective
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2:50 AM
Maiden Voyage
Artist : Westchester Jazz Orchestra
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3:05 AM
Moment’s Notice
Artist : John Coltrane
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3:05 AM
Gang Gang
Artist : Christian McBride & Inside Straight
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3:20 AM
Deep Dry Ocean
Artist : Gerald Clayton
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3:20 AM
Nica’s Dream
Artist : Blue Mitchell
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3:35 AM
Fly With The Wind
Artist : McCoy Tyner
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3:35 AM
Oblivion
Artist : Christian Howes
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3:50 AM
Frelon Brun
Artist : Miles Davis
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4:00 AM
One (Is the Lonliest Number)
Artist : Bill Cunliffe Trio
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4:00 AM
Be Water
Artist : Kendrick Scott
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4:00 AM
Red Clay
Artist : Pentasonic
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4:20 AM
The Mighty Sword
Artist : Joey Caldarazzo Trio
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4:35 AM
Quietude
Artist : Thad Jones/Mel Lewis w/ Roalnd Hanna
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Work Song
Artist : Gregory Porter
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4:50 AM
It’s All In the Game
Artist : Keith Jarrett/Gary Peacock/Jack DeJohnette
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Good & Terrible
Artist : Michael Dease
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5:05 AM
Key Largo
Artist : Sarah Vaughan
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Four On Six
Artist : Wes Montgomery
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5:20 AM
Peri’s Scope
Artist : Chick Corea Eddie Gomez Paul Motian
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Skylark
Artist : Dianne Reeves
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5:35 AM
Jitterbug Waltz
Artist : Charles Mingus w/ Eric Dolphy
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Cascades
Artist : Oliver Nelson
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Come & See
Artist : Pat Metheny Unity Band
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4:22 pm
Fri April 11, 2014

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Live Broadcast From the Philadelphia Museum of Art
12:13 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

Warm Up for the Center City Jazz Festival at Art After 5!

Trombonist Ernest Stuart is founder of the Center City Jazz Festival

Join WRTI’s Jeff Duperon this Friday, April 11th at 6 pm as he broadcasts live from Art After 5 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. On the radio, you'll hear the great jazz you expect from WRTI, along with insight and commentary about the third annual Center City Jazz Festival, which is coming up on April 19th. Trombonist Ernest Stuart, founder of the Festival, will speak with Jeff about all the details.

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Big Band Jazz with Bob Craig
4:18 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

A (Gerry) Mulligan Stew on WRTI

The Big Band side of the influential baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan will be featured on Big Band Jazz this Sunday, April 13 at 7 pm. An arranger with Gene Krupa, Elliot Lawrence, and Stan Kenton in the '40s and '50s, to his own Concert Jazz Band in the '60s, it's an 87th birthday tribute to the one-time Philly resident.

A Photo Album Featuring WRTI Jazz Host Bob Craig
3:52 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

Radio Pro Bob Craig: 50 Years On The Air and Counting!

Bob's first program director gig at WICH, in Norwich, CT, 1968

WRTI's much-loved jazz host Bob Craig is celebrating a milestone - 50 years on the air! We're so proud of Bob. He's a seasoned pro, and we're extremely fortunate that he's a part of our WRTI family. Here's his story...

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Latest From ICON Magazine
2:52 pm
Thu February 20, 2014

Jazz Pianist Helen Sung's ANTHEM FOR A NEW DAY: Equal Parts Soulfulness and Grace

Classically trained jazz pianist Helen Sung
Kat Villacorta

For a jazz pianist, New York-based Helen Sung certainly fits into the “deserves to be better known” category. For those who do know and appreciate her art, Sung’s club gigs are adventurous, disarming, and always have an unexpected surprise or two. It was at one of these small club dates where I caught her during a late set in the summer of 2013 with much of the same band that accompany her on Anthem For A New Day, her glossy and rewarding debut record for Concord Jazz.

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Latest From ICON Magazine
12:17 pm
Wed February 19, 2014

ICON Suggests: Amy Cervini's Big-Hearted Hybrid Album, JAZZ COUNTRY

Jazz vocalist Amy Cervini

A Manhattan backdrop substitutes for prairie land and open sky on Jazz Country, the big-hearted hybrid album from singer Amy Cervini that’s as endearing and tender as a vocal recording can be in 2014. She smartly transcends genre boundaries or anything else that gets in the way of the purity of a song. The spare musical accompaniment by guitarist Jesse Lewis and bassist Matt Aranoff frame Cervini’s renditions of these classic American songs simply and earnestly, underscoring her candor and crystalline delivery.

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WRTI Picks from NPR Music
5:00 pm
Sat February 15, 2014

A Man, A Plan, A Concept Album About Panama

On the new album Panama 500, pianist Danilo Pérez considers five centuries of his home country's history.
Raj Naik and Luke Severn Courtesy of the artist

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

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Latest from ICON Magazine
2:11 pm
Fri January 24, 2014

ICON: The Jazz Scene

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

April Is Jazz Appreciation Month: Celebrate With WRTI!

Join WRTI through the month of April as we celebrate the art form that is our lifestyle...Jazz! During each jazz shift, WRTI hosts will feature music by an artist who has shaped jazz into the multi-faceted genre that it is today.  You'll hear the great vocalists, bandleaders, instrumentalists and composers, as well as the stories behind their jazz innovation.

You can expect to hear these featured artists at 7 pm, 10 pm, 1 am and 5 am each day. Also, keep an ear out for special jazz interviews and tidbits sprinkled throughout our regular programming.

Jazz CD Selection
2:38 pm
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Zivit Recommends: The Mosaic Project

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