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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Jazz Scene No. 87 Saturday 21st. February 2015 from 5 to 6PM GMT on

Play list Jazz Scene No. 87 Saturday 21st. February 5 to 6PM GMT on 103.2 Dublin City FM

1. Love No 1 ( 6.11 ) - Keith Jarrett - CD Life Between The Exit Signs Vortex Records

2. Joy Juice ( 2.45 ) - Dinah Washington & Gus Chappell's Orchestra - CD Beat Blues & Ballads Planet Records

3. Old Friends ( 4.50 ) - Brian Simpson featuring George Duke - CD South Beach Shanachie Records

4. Lonely City ( 4.26 ) - Allegra Levy - CD Lonely City

5. Rainy Day Jam ( 3.45 ) - Sam Barsh - CD I Forget What You Taught Me


6. All Blues ( 11.33 ) - Miles Davis - CD Kind Of Blue Columbia Records

7. Nature Boy ( 6.14 ) - Miles Davis - CD Blue Moods Columbia Records

8. Got To Get You Into My Life ( 5.31 ) - Connie Evingson - CD Let It Be Connie Evingson Sings The Beatles

9. I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free ( 3.34 ) - Billy Taylor - CD Right Here, Right Now ( 1964 )
Capitol Records

10. South Beach ( 3.25 ) - Brian Simpson - CD South Beach Shanachie Records

"Trio Trio Piano", a two concert jazz piano trio series to take place in the BelloBar in Portobello, Dublin 2 on Friday 20th ( Leopoldo Osio & Cian Boylan lead the respective piano trios ) and Friday 27th February 2015 ( Carole Nelson & Johnny Taylor lead piano trios . Sponsored by Pianos Plus and presented by Jazz on the Terrace with Bello Bar. See for more details. 8PM both evenings

Note Productions presents
Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin 2
Friday 6th March at 8.00pm
Line up:
Jeff Ballard (drums)
Kevin Hays (piano)
Lionel Loueke (guitar)
Reid Anderson (electronics)

Tickets: €24 a/v from

Jeff Ballard is one of the standout jazz drummers of his generation, a humming engine of poly-rhythm and an ace of earthy texture. He is best known for his work behind leaders like Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Joshua Redman, and Brad Mehldau. Here he takes a turn as bandmaster with a quartet featuring the talents of Reid Anderson from The Bad Plus, Blue Note legend in the making Lionel Loueke, and the prolific Kevin Hayes.

" of the leading modern voices on his instrument" - New York Times on Jeff Ballard

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