What we played this week

On this edition of Jazz After Hours...

emerging artists, living jazz greats, and dozens of mid-career musicians bring their latest music to share with you. Enjoy four hours of the newest jazz music on public radio, as we cover jazz scenes from coast to coast and around the world. Every hour of the program is fresh and engaging. Check it out.

Miss the show? Listen to the replay.

Hour 1

Michael Davis – Cat Walk – Open City – Hip-Bone Music

Joey Alexander – Blue – Continuance – Mack Avenue Records

Wayne Alpern – Joy Spring – Saxology – Henri Elkan Music

John Chin – Pure Imagination – Sun Of Music Live From The Lockdown – Self Released

Darcy James Argue`s Secret Society – Ebonite – Dynamic Maximum Tension – Nonesuch Records

Joshua Redman – By The Time I Get To Phoenix – Where are we – Blue Note

Chad McCullough – Prayer – The Charm of Impossibilities – Calligram Records

Aguanko – Un Poco Cubop – Unidad – Self Released

Jonathan Suazo – Amapola – RICANO – Ropeadope

Astrocolor – Spacewalk – Moonlighting – Amelia Recordings

Hour 2

The Jazz Defenders – I Bought It On The Moon – Scheming – ITI Records

Nick Finzer – Follow Your Heart – Dreams Visions and Illusions – Outside In Music

Debbie Spring – Senegal – Tocamos – CR Records

Jeb Patton – Prelude in F# Major – Preludes – Cellar Note

Vicente Archer – Message To A Friend – Short Stories – Cellar Music

Josh Lawrence – North Winds – And That Too – Posi Tone Records

Donny McCaslin – Big Screen – I Want More – Edition Records

Sara Caswell – O Que Tinha de Ser – The Way To You – Anzic Records

Ken Fowser – Autumn In New York – Resolution – WJ3 Records

Billy Childs – The Great Western Loop – The Winds of Change – Mack Avenue Records

Hour 3

Pablo Masis – Kabul Suite 1 An Unfamiliar Dawn – Thought and Memory – Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records

Sam Newsome and Jean-Michel Pilc – All the Things You Are – Cosmic Unconsciousness Unplugged – Self Released

Terell Stafford – Room 608 – Between Two Worlds – Le Coq Records

Hilario Duran and His Latin Jazz Big Band – Cry Me A River – Cry Me A River – Alma

Marc Copland Quartet – Day and Night – Someday – Inner Voice Jazz

Javon Jackson – In The Clouds – With Peter Bradley – Solid Jackson Records

Hour 4

Walter Smith III – Shine – Return to Casual – Blue Note

Claire Daly with George Garzone – Harlem Nocturne – VuVu for Frances – Daly Bread Records

Joe Farnsworth – Two Way Street – In What Direction Are You Headed – Smoke Sessions Records

Orrin Evans – All The Things You Are – The Red Door – Smoke Sessions Records

JOI Jazz Orchestra – And That`s That – A Joiful Noizz – self released

David Larsen – In A Sentimental Mood – The Peplowski Project – Larsen Jazz

Bobo Stenson Trio – Ky and beautiful madame Ky – Sphere – ECM Records

Russ Johnson – Veiled Invitation – Reveal – Calligram Records

Chuck Owen and the WDR Big Band – This Love of Mine – Renderings – MAMA Records

On this edition of Jazz After Hours...

emerging artists, living jazz greats, and dozens of mid-career musicians bring their latest music to share with you. Enjoy four hours of the newest jazz music on public radio, as we cover jazz scenes from coast to coast and around the world. Every hour of the program is fresh and engaging. Check it out.

Miss the show? Listen to the replay.

Hour 1

Clayton Hamilton Jazz Orchestra – Haitian Fight Song – And So It Goes – RMI Records

Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters – Daylight Express – CT! – Capri Records

Taylor Eigsti – 201918 – Plot Armor – GroundUP Music

Kirsten Edkins – Dedicated To You – Shapes and Sound – Cohearant Records

Marius Van Den Brink – The Lion – New York Knock – HighLine Music NYC

Gregory Tardy – Cloud Dance – In His Timing – WJ3

Yes! Trio – The Best Is Yet to Come – Spring Sings – Jazz&People

Airmen Of Note – Laura`s Waltz – 2023 Jazz Heritage Series – Self Released

Diego Figueiredo – Por Las Calles De New York – My World – Arbors Records

Hour 2

Lars Danielsson – Africa – Symphonized – ACT

Blue Moods – Is That So – Swing & Soul – Positone

Mathilde Febrer – Valse Du Grand Paris – Un Violon Pour Tout Bagage – Respect Records

Joe Alterman – Gone On and Get That Church – Joe Alterman Plays Les McCann Big Mo Little Joe – Self Released

Jason Anick and Matt DeChamplain – A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square – Reverence ~ A Tribute to Stephane Grappelli and Oscar Peterson – Magic Fiddle Music

Wayne Alpern – Anthropology – Saxology – Henri Elkan Music

Reid Hoyson Project – On A Misty Night – On A Misty Night – Self Released

Felix LeMerle – New World Expectations – Blues For The End Of Time – Tzim Tzum Records

Dave Solazzo & The Bridge – Begin At The End – Locrian Skye – Spider Records

Jim Rotondi – For Curtis – Finesse – Cellar Music

Roderick Harper – Together – 2702 – RHM Entertainment

Hour 3

Peter Erskine – Some Other Time – Bernstein in Vienna – Origin Records

Dave Stryker Trio – Infant Eyes – Groove Street – Strikezone Records

Anthony Bruno – Moving On – Anthony Bruno – Self Released

Robert Edwards – Healing The Heart – Upswing – La Reserve

Ben Allison, Ted Nash and Steve Cardenas – That Moanin` Blues – Tell The Birds I Said Hello – Sonic Camera

Michael Dease – Up High, Down Low – Swing Low – Posi-Tone Records

Falkner Evans – Soul Witness – Through the Lens – Consolidated Artists Productions

Reid Hoyson Project – Duke Ellington`s Sound Of Love – On A Misty Night – Self Released

John La Barbera Big Band – Sweetness – Grooveyard – Origin Records

Hour 4

Alex Pope Norris – Lights Out – Chess Moves – Steeplechase

Michael Wollny and Joachim Kuehn – Somewhere – DUO – ACT

Ben Allison, Ted Nash and Steve Cardenas – Swan Song – Tell The Birds I Said Hello – Sonic Camera

John Esposito Sextet – Through The Treetops – Laura – Sunjump Records

Giorgi Mikadze – To Nodar – Face to Face vol 1 – PeeWee!

Alex Tremblay and Dan Liparini – Snow Drifts – MIss You Dear Old Friend – La Reserve Records

David Friesen – Time Changes – This Light Has No Darkness – Origin Records

Randy Napoleon – April Song – The Door is Open – OA2