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Preview: Piano Jazz Shorts Podcast

Piano Jazz Shorts

A preview of upcoming conversations and improvisations with Marian McPartland and the brightest stars from the world of jazz.

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Earma Thompson, 2005

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 12:00:00 -0400

For more than 50 years, Earma Thompson (1923 – 2009) was a constant on the Chicago jazz scene. She was recognized as the reigning queen of Windy City jazz but spent most of her career as a dependable and accomplished side person. In her 80s Thompson released her first albums as a leader, including 2004's Just in Time, which debuted shortly before her 2005 appearance on Piano Jazz. In this session, Thompson showcases her elegant, bluesy style on "Back at the Chicken Shack" before joining McPartland for "Lullaby of the Leaves."

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Jimmy McPartland, 1990

Tue, 06 Mar 2018 12:00:00 -0500

This year marks the centennial of Marian McPartland (1918 – 2013). In honor of the occasion, Piano Jazz revisits a session with Marian and Jimmy McPartland. In addition to playing with the early greats, such as Bix Beiderbecke and Fats Waller, Cornet Legend Jimmy McPartland (1907 – 1991) was also responsible for introducing a young English pianist named Margaret Marian Turner to the American Jazz scene. In this classic program from 1990, the McPartlands perform one of Jimmy's favorite tunes, "St. James Infirmary."

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Jeremy Monteiro, 2008

Tue, 27 Feb 2018 12:00:00 -0500

Jeremy Monteiro is a Pianist, Singer, Composer and Educator who grew up in Singapore, where he launched a remarkable career, landing his first gig at 17. He gained international attention in 1988 at the Montreaux Jazz Festival and has continued to gain acclaim worldwide throughout his career. To his credit he has more than 20 albums as a leader, is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, and has received Singapore's highest honor in the arts, the Cultural Medallion. On this 2008 Piano Jazz, he and McPartland perform a set of standards and a few originals, including Monteiro's "Asiana" and "Blues for Sax."

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Carol Sloane, 2002

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 12:08:41 -0500

Carol Sloane is a sublime singer of great songs. She is natural and unaffected, with a voice that embraces the melody and the listener with equal parts maturity and conviction. Combining spirit with character, elegance with style, Sloane has enchanted audiences all over the world. Her command of the Great American Songbook is unmatched. On this 2002 Piano Jazz, Sloane brings her effortless charms to Irving Berlin's "Cheek to Cheek." She and McPartland end the hour with Ellington's "I Love You Madly."

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Frank Kimbrough, 1997

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 12:00:00 -0500

When pianist Frank Kimbrough was McPartland's guest in 1997, he was performing regularly with the Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra at Visiones Jazz Club in New York, where he has been active on the jazz scene for nearly four decades. An educator and recording artist, Kimbrough was a founding member and composer-in-residence of the Jazz Composers Collective. In this Piano Jazz session, Kimbrough's graceful, romantic style is evident on a Herbie Nichols tune, "Wildflower." He and McPartland duet on Sonny Rollins' "Doxy."

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Albert Dailey, 1983

Tue, 06 Feb 2018 12:00:00 -0500

Harmonically modern and rooted in the 1960s hard-bop school, Albert Dailey (1939 – 1984) had a superb command of his instrument. A leader and sideman, Dailey played piano with Art Blakey, Sarah Vaughan, Stan Getz, Charles Mingus, and Lee Konitz, to name only a few. He was one of McPartland's guests in the early years of Piano Jazz. On this 1983 episode, Dailey demonstrates his brilliant sense of invention on "If You Could See Me Now" and joins McPartland on "Night in Tunisia."

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Carline Ray, 1997

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 12:00:00 -0500

Forceful double bassist and spirited vocalist Carline Ray (1925 – 2013) was known as one of the pioneering woman of jazz. A member of The International Sweethearts of Rhythm, she worked with prodigious female talents such as Mary Lou Williams and Marian McPartland. On this 1997 Piano Jazz, Ray shares her many abilities with McPartland as she performs on multiple instruments. Ray plays bass on "In a Sentimental Mood," sings "Come Sunday," and switches to piano for "After Hours."

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Charlie Watts & Tim Ries, 2006

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 12:21:59 -0500

Drummer Charlie Watts has been the heartbeat of the Rolling Stones for more than 50 years, though he has always had a passion for jazz and the blues. Saxophonist Tim Ries plays with the Stones, but as a true jazz journeyman, he's also worked with greats such as Maria Schneider, Maynard Ferguson, and Tim Woods. When Watts and Ries were on a break from the Rolling Stones' World Tour in 2006, they sat down with McPartland for an hour of jazz and rock, with Ries' arrangement of the Stones classic "Honkey Tonk Woman."

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Liz Magnes, 2001

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:00:00 -0500

In 2001 McPartland introduced Piano Jazz audiences to Liz Magnes, one of Israel's most dynamic and creative solo jazz pianists. Her signature style blends Eastern and Western influences, creating a World Music flavor. Magnes moved to New York in 2000, going on to perform coast to coast and dedicating much of her time to arts education. In this session, Magnes presents her percussive form on "Someone to Watch Over Me." She and McPartland team up for "Ain't Misbehavin'."

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Eddie Palmieri with Rhythm Section

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 12:00:00 -0500

Virtuoso pianist, bandleader, and composer Eddie Palmieri has been called "the madman of Latin Jazz." His playing fuses the rhythm of his Puerto Rican heritage with the complexity of his jazz influences: Thelonious Monk, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner as well as his older brother, Charlie Palmieri. On this 1997 Piano Jazz, McPartland joins the band for an hour of Palmieri's powerful rhythmic compositions. Palmieri and his group perform a set including "La Comparsa" and "Beloro Dos." McPartland improvises a "Portrait of Eddie Palmieri."

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