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95bFM Jazz Show with Def Jim: Sunday April 14, 2024

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Sun 14 Apr 2024

For today's Show Def Jim features one track each from three musicians primarily thought of as rock guitarists but who were also known to have serious jazz chops, plus new/recent releases from drummer Ches Smith and bassist Michael Formanek, plus sundry other choice cuts from various contemporary improvisers of note.

The 95bFM Jazz Show with Blind Mango Chutney, 7 April 2024

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Sun 7 Apr 2024

Blind Mango Chutney eases us in with some laidback Paul Desmond and finishes with the innovative pianist Joanne Brackeen. In between he has guitarist Alex Pipes in the studio to introduce us to his album "Square One", plus a bunch of other cool jazz, of course.

The 95bFM Jazz Show with Frances Chan, 31 March 2024

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Sun 31 Mar 2024

Frances Chan highlights her favourite acts from a busy month of live gigs, including Jeff Mills, Love Square and Son Rompe Pera, plus new releases from Yussef Dayes, Monty Alexander and Allysha Joy, and a smooooth jazz falsetto interlude.

Setlist:
Jeff Mills & Tony Allen – The Seed (Edit)
Doctor L, Tony Allen, Jean-Phi Dary – Afropusherman
Prahbu Edouard – Rangoli
Son Rompe Pera – Cumbia pa Tu Madre
Baaba Maal ft General Paco Lenol – Mbeda Wella
Arooj Aftab – Suroor
Nitin Sawhney ft Natacha Atlas – Be Who You Are
Love Square – Sweet Tooth (instrumental)
Carnivorous Plant Society – Sex Guru
Yussef Dayes ft Elijah Fox – Istanbul
Monty Alexander – Regulator (Reggae-Later) (Live)
Monty Alexander – V.E. Swing
Dred Scott Trio – Gateway
Medeski, Martin & Wood – Chinoiserie
Thundercat ft Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins  – Show You the Way
Donald Fagen – Planet D’Rhonda
Afonk, Varra,  Lorenzo Ceci – Around the Galaxy
Varra – Gatito Viajero
Nate Smith – Get Down, Get Down
Arnauld Dolmen & Leonardo Montana – Zouky Monky
Bokante – History
Everwave, Mark de Clive-Lowe, Allysha Joy – Freedom Praise

 

The 95bFM Jazz Show with Blind Mango Chutney, 24 March 2024

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Sun 24 Mar 2024

Blind Mango Chutney has guest Taylor Griffin in the studio, a new drummer on the scene, to talk about his debut EP and the creative process, plus Mango's pick of sublime grooves to jazz your day away.

95bFM Jazz Show With Hosts Dr Mark Baynes & Miss Dom 17 March 2024

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Sun 17 Mar 2024

Dr. Mark Baynes & Miss Dom join for another Jazz Hang-out - & the pair have the Jazz stew simmering pretty nicely - playing a mixture of Latin jazz, classic cuts, & new releases, spanning from local, to faraway global corners -  also, the show focuses on the late great, local legend, Phil Broadhurst, ahead of the weekend's tribute show, Inverted, at the Town Hall -  Hosted by The Auckland Jazz Orchestra. DJ Sassy drops by, to host a very busy Jazz Gig Guide. 

In our podcast only feature: Ebony Steel Band - Tour De France, Nicole Willis, & UMO Helsinki Jazz Orchestra - Still Got a long way to fall, Memphis Minnie - Me & my Chauffeur. 
 

95bFM Jazz Show with Def Jim: Sunday March 10, 2024

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Sun 10 Mar 2024

Def Jim unexpectedly hosts another 95bFM Jazz Show a week after the last and delights in serving up a good old Stew And Brew of treasures ranging from a brand new release from Ambrose Akinmusire way back to a little-known Grachan Moncur III item recorded in 1969.

95bFM Jazz Show with Def Jim: Sunday March 3, 2024

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Sun 3 Mar 2024

The first Jazz Show of Autumn sees Def Jim sampling new releases from Geri Allen with Kurt Rosenwinkel, Angelica Sanchez Nonet and Mary Halvorson, re-visiting Electric Masada from 2004 and otherwise illuminating gems from early albums by artists such as Quest and Old & New Dreams and much more recent standout sets by the likes of James Brandon Lewis and Harriet Tubman.

The 95bFM Jazz Show with Blind Mango Chutney, 25 February 2024

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Sun 25 Feb 2024

Blind Mango Chutney gets his groove on once again with Brazilian feels, 70s jazz funk and the debut of Auckland drummer Taylor Griffin (Thu 29, Ponsonby Social Club). And live in the studio Tim Stewart (Love Square) performs with his new band Codes (Karen Hu, Loxmyn Ness, Sean Martin-Buss) ahead of their Pride Festival gig also on Thursday 29th at the Wine Cellar, K Rd. It’s a history lesson in queer jazz plus post-punk funk all in one!

The 95bFM Jazz Show with Frances Chan, 18 February 2024

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Sun 18 Feb 2024

Frances Chan remembers Marlena Shaw and Astrud Gilberto, brings out the bossa and has a fling with swing. Plus homegrown jazz to groove to.

Setlist:
Marlena Shaw – Wipe Away the Evil
Greg Spero – Ruslan
Kamaal Williams – City of God
Mark Baynes – Dance of Whatipu Cave
Daniel Hayles – Herbaceous
Baptiste Trotignon, Gregory Hutchinson & Matt Penman – Misty Mountain Hop/Four Sticks/Whole Lotta Love
Artchipel Orchestra – I Would if I Could (But I Can’t)
Bryan Ferry Orchestra – Love Is the Drug
Teddy Wilson, Gene Krupa, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman – Moonglow
Space Case – Brothers
Laufey – Falling Behind
Tamba 4 – Samba Blim
Baden Powell – Blues a Volonte
Luiz Bonfa – Bossa Nova Cha Cha
Flora Purim – 500 Miles High
Astrud Gilberto – Let Go (Canta de Ossanha)
Jahari Massamba Unit – Massamba Afundance
Killer Shrimp – Walking On
Jerzy Milian – Eindruck 28
Major Force Productions – Essential Dub
Marlena Shaw – Stormy Monday

 

The 95bFM Jazz Show with Blind Mango Chutney, 11 February 2024

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Sun 11 Feb 2024

Blind Mango Chutney plays some classics, and a preview of Calexico ahead of their gig in Auckland on 11 Feb, plus an interview with Kiwi entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael Watt who co-owns Ronnie Scott’s in London. Michael (83) name drops galore with local music promoter and friend of the Jazz Show Nathan Graves to highlight some of his colourful past that led to using a “lazy couple of million” to “clean up a shit hole” 20 years ago and turn Ronnie Scott’s around to preserve the famed jazz venue.