The Checkout: December 3, 2013
Drummer Tim Horner playsThe Head Of The Circle live, we explore Now Vs. Now's Earth Alien and bid a musical farewell to NEA Jazz Master and drummer Chico Hamilton on this week's show.
Now Vs. Now: Earth Analog
The electronic trio Now Vs. Now, with Jason Lindner on keyboards, Panagiotis Andreou on bass and Marc Guiliana on drums, talk with Tim Wilkins about their new album Earth Analog.
Tim Horner’s “The Head Of The Circle” Live
The drummer talks with Gary Walker and plays new compositions from The Head Of The Circle with Vic Juris on guitar, Martin Wind on bass, Jim Ridl on piano and Marc Mommaas on saxophone.
We say farewell to the master drummer and street philosopher.Bruce Barth & Steve Wilson
Two masters join us in an intimate musical conversation.Amiri Baraka: Blues People At Fifty
Blues People still makes us think after fifty years.Ben Van Gelder: Vinyl Inspirations
This tenorist loves vinyl jazz, and plays with his quintet.Farewell To Saxophone and Flute Master Frank Wess
Revisit bright moments with the NEA Jazz Master, who died Oct. 30.Check out more interviews...
The trio demonstrate alien intelligence on Earth Analog.The 3 Cohens: “Tightrope” Live
Anat, Yuval and Avishai walk a fine line for us.Joe Fiedler’s “Sackbut Stomp”
A trombone troika with a tuba parvenue play Sackbut Stomp for us.Elio Villafranca’s Jass Syncopators
The Cuban pianist leads his Jass Syncopators in the WBGO studios.Gretchen Parlato: Live In NYC
The singer celebrates her evolution over ten years in the Big Apple.Check out more new music...
The drummer plays The Head Of The Circle live at WBGO.Laurent Coq Trio: “Dialogue”
A dialogue of three – Coq, Lavital and Pelage.Randy Weston & Billy Harper: “The Roots Of The Blues”
Twin titans reveal The Roots Of The Blues at WBGO.Noah Preminger Quartet: Morgantown & K
Noah & Co. celebrate West Virginia and the letter between J and L.Jonathan Batiste: Star-Spangled Piano
Kenner’s finest plays Chopin and The Star Spangled Banner.Check out more studio sessions...
Aldana picks five saxophone inspirations for The Checkout.Playlist: Aaron Parks
Aaron Parks plays some favorite tunes.Playlist: Jeremy Pelt
Classic jazz in random fashion.Kurt Rosenwinkel’s Jupiter Variations
Hear a planetary playlist.Playlist: Walter Smith III
Meet a saxophonist who likes a lot more than jazz.Check out more playlists...