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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
12:18 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

Next Time on All This Jazz: Remembering Charlie Haden (1937-2014)

Hope you can catch the next edition of All This Jazz, beginning at 10pm on Saturday the 19th, right here on Public Radio 89.5 KWGS-FM -- and online, via live stream, at PublicRadioTulsa.org. As ever, we'll spin two hours of modern jazz, both recent and classic, across a range of styles.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
3:07 pm
Thu July 10, 2014

On the Next ATJ: Some Outsanding Jazz Albums of 2014 (So Far)

Please join us for the next broadcast of All This Jazz, beginning at 10pm Central on Saturday the 12th --- right here on Public Radio 89.5 (KWGS-FM)...and "live streaming" online at PublicRadioTulsa.org.

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Kind Of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
9:25 am
Wed July 2, 2014

On the Next All This Jazz: Spotlighting Live & Extended Performanes

Please tune in for the forthcoming installment of All This Jazz, which begins at 10pm on Public Radio 89.5 on Saturday the 5th.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
12:30 pm
Wed June 25, 2014

On the Next Installment of All This Jazz: Silver's Songbook (as in, Horace Silver's Compositions)

Hope you can tune in for the next broadcast of All This Jazz, beginning at 10pm Central on Saturday the 28th --- right here on Public Radio 89.5 (KWGS-FM)...and "live streaming" online at PublicRadioTulsa.org.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
2:54 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Next Time on All This Jazz: Songs for the Newly Emergent Summer Season

On the next edition of All This Jazz, beginning at 10pm local time on Public Radio 89.5, on Saturday the 21st --- which is the first day of summer for those of us north of the equator --- our second-hour theme will be Summer Songs.

As always, it'll be modern jazz, both recent and classic, across a range of styles...and it'll also be, during the 11pm-til-midnight half of our show, seasonal jazz, as we hear such familiar themes as "Summertime," "The Things We Did Last Summer," and so forth.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
1:07 pm
Thu June 12, 2014

On the Next All This Jazz, Our Theme (in a Nod to the World Cup) Will Be "Jazz International"

"Goooooooooaal!!" (Isn't that a lovely sound? It just makes one feel better, somehow.) The 2014 FIFA World Cup is now underway, as everyone and his brother knows, and our second-hour theme on the next edition of All This Jazz has been accordingly devised.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
12:46 pm
Thu June 5, 2014

Next Time on All This Jazz --- on the Eve of the Tony Awards --- Show Tunes!

As Broadway Babies both near and far will heartily attest, the Tony Awards ceremony is scheduled for this Sunday evening, to be televised live on CBS.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
2:14 pm
Thu May 29, 2014

On the Next All This Jazz: The Music of Miles Davis

Miles Davis would have turned 88 on Memorial Day (Monday the 26th); he died at 65 in the early 1990s. His influence on this music --- on these musics --- that we label "jazz" is obvious and enormous and arguably, in this age of omnipresent, genre-blurring crossover projects and increasingly sophisticated recording techniques and technologies, greater than ever before. (And have you heard, by the way, that Don Cheadle is planning to direct and star in a film about Miles?

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
7:38 pm
Thu May 22, 2014

On the Next Edition of All This Jazz: Extended Works from Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, and Others

Hope you can come along for the next run-through of All This Jazz, right here on Public Radio 89.5. Our show begins at 10pm local time on Saturday the 24th --- and it's also offered as a "live stream" at PublicRadioTulsa.org.

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Kind of Blog: An Occasional KWGS Jazz Journal
6:01 pm
Thu May 15, 2014

Next Time on ATJ: Assorted Jazz Greats Doing Henry Mancini's Compositions

The late composer/arranger/bandleader Henry Mancini would've turned 90 last month; he died at 70 of pancreatic cancer. Much like Quincy Jones, who turned 81 in March, Mancini had a legendary and stylistically diverse tenure in American music, from hip jazz and chart-topping pop to crossover projects and big-band charts and configurations extraordinaire, with lots of award-winning TV and film scoring along the way.

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