All That Swing
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All that swing, jazz and more. Weekly radio show on KZSU Stanford.
||03/21/12 Episode – Women of Jazz (part II – The Golden Years)||Second episode of a 2-part series on Women of Jazz. This week we focus on the golden years of vocal jazz, in the 1950’s and 60’s when artists such as Sarah Vaughan, Anita O’Day, Peggy Lee, Nancy Wilson, used their voice as a jazz instrument on par with other instruments. Download 03/21/11 podcast (click “save […]||3/25/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||03/14/12 Episode – Women of Jazz (part I – The Pioneers)||First episode of a 2-part series on Women of Jazz – in honor of International Women’s Day (which was on March 8) and in response to requests from listeners (Eran, Esther, Ravit etc.). This week we explore the pioneers of vocal jazz, from Bessie Smith – the Empress of Blues – to Ethel Waters, to Billie Holiday […]||3/15/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||03/07/12 Episode – Jazz & Cinema (part II)||This is the second part of our series on Jazz & Cinema, with some excursions on the TV front. In the playlist: 1950’s Film Noir, Elmer Bernstein, TV series from the 1950s and 1960s, Disney movies and the haunting music of a French TV show from the early 80s.. Hope you enjoy it! Download 02/29/11 podcast (click […]||3/9/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||02/29/12 Episode – Jazz & Cinema (part I)||Exploring jazz and cinema, jazz scores on the big screen, with a special emphasis on French movies. We listen to one of the first full-length jazz soundtrack for a movie, Miles Davis’ seminal score for Ascenseur pour l’echafaud, and Duke Ellington’s famous soundtrack to Anatomy of a Murder. Some surprises too, from a (somewhat) famous French […]||3/2/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||02/22/12 Episode – Jazz Artists from New Orleans||To celebrate Mardi Gras (which was 02/21), this week’s episode explores the Jazz scene in New Orleans in the first part of the 20th century – featuring the earliest jazz recording ever made (in 1917), a 19 year-old Louis Armstrong playing the cornet, and many artists who had a critical impact on the development of […]||2/23/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||02/15/12 Episode||Various artists and swingers in this week’s episode. Paris Combo, Pink Martini and Blossom Dearie all return to the show. Download 02/15/11 podcast (click “save as”) View Playlist – 02/15/12||2/23/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||02/08/12 Episode||Download 02/08/11 podcast (click “save as”) View Playlist – 02/08/12||2/23/2012||Free||View in iTunes|