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

November 05, 2012

12:08 AM
Turn Signal
Artist : Eric Harland
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12:18 AM
Off Minor
Artist : Roy Haynes
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12:27 AM
On and On
Artist : Jeff Hamilton
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12:35 AM
Coexist
Artist : Winard Harper
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12:43 AM
TJ
Artist : Javon Jackson
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12:52 AM
Olive Juice
Artist : Sean Jones
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1:00 AM
The Tempest
Artist : Jeremy Pelt
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1:08 AM
The Story
Artist : Jeremy Pelt
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1:16 AM
What’s Wrong Is Right
Artist : Jeremy Pelt
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1:24 AM
They Say Its Wonderful
Artist : Tony Williams
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1:32 AM
A Night In Tunisia
Artist : Turtle Island
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1:41 AM
Birmingham
Artist : Marcus Shelby Orchestra
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1:50 AM
Nightbird
Artist : Kathy Kosins
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2:00 AM
JeNeane’s Dream
Artist : Simmons, Landham, Boone
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2:09 AM
Rio
Artist : Keith Jarrett
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2:19 AM
Chano Pozo Medley
Artist : Poncho Sanchez and Terence Blanchard
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2:29 AM
Willie Bobo Medley
Artist : Poncho Sanchez
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2:39 AM
Sunny
Artist : Gary Smulyan
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2:49 AM
Going Express
Artist : Helen Sung
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2:54 AM
September In The Rain
Artist : Ernest Stuart
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3:04 AM
Smada
Artist : Terell Stafford
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3:13 AM
Birk’s Works Ala Mancini
Artist : Arturo Sandoval
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3:22 AM
The Lamp Is Low
Artist : Tessa Souter
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3:31 AM
The Promise
Artist : Lee Smith
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3:40 AM
Night and Day
Artist : Paul Carr
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3:48 AM
Creep Train
Artist : Jazz Punks
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3:53 AM
So What
Artist : George Benson
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4:00 AM
Boogety Boogety
Artist : Kenny Garrett
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4:10 AM
East 104th St Waltz
Artist : Towner Galaher
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4:19 AM
Japanese Brunch
Artist : David Budway
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4:28 AM
Bootleg Bruise
Artist : Gerald Clayton
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4:38 AM
Self Portrait
Artist : Dmitry Baevsky
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4:48 AM
Back Home
Artist : Pat Bianchi
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4:53 AM
My Man’s Gone Now
Artist : Bruce Barth
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5:01 AM
Voyager
Artist : Eric Harland
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5:12 AM
Angel Eyes
Artist : Chet Baker
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5:22 AM
Obsession (Cloud Nine)
Artist : Sean Jones
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5:32 AM
The Traveler
Artist : Kenny Baron
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5:40 AM
Invitation
Artist : Ahmad Jamal
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5:51 AM
Corcovado
Artist : Cassandra Wilson
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