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12:09 pm
Thu April 2, 2015

Night Train Top 40 Albums For March 2015

'Take This' from Jacky Terrasson

1.    Jacky Terrasson - Take This (Impulse)

2.    Clark Terry - Keep On Keepin' On (Varese Sarabande)

3.    Justin Kauflin - Dedication (Qwest/Jazz Village)

4.    Rez Abbasi Acoustic Quartet - Intents and Purposes (Enja)

5.    Conrad Herwig - The Latin Side of Joe Henderson (Half Note)

6.    Allan Harris - Black Bar Juke Box (Love Productions)

7.    Delfeayo Marsalis - The Last Southern Gentlemen (Troubadour)

8.    Brian Charette - Good Tipper (Posi-Tone)

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12:03 pm
Thu April 2, 2015

Global Village Top 40 Albums For March 2015

The Widening Gyre's 'Altan'
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1.       Altan - The Widening Gyre (Compass)

2.       Anouar Brahem - Souvenance (ECM)

3.       Jaume Compte Nafas Ensemble - Tariq (Arc Music)

4.       Gov't Mule/John Scofield - Sco-Mule (Evil Teen)

5.       Various - Rough Guide to Psychedelic India (World Music Network)

6.       Nilson Matta - EastSideRioDrive (World Blue)

7.       Various - Algo Salvaje (Vampi Soul)

8.       Various - Rough Guide to African Rare Groove, Vol. 1 (World Music Network)

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11:57 am
Thu April 2, 2015

Crossroads Top 40 Albums For March 2015

'Chicago Harp Blues Sessions' from Martin Lang
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1.       Martin Lang - Chicago Harp Blues Sessions (Random Chance)

2.       Tinsley Ellis - Tough Love (Heartfixer Music)

3.       Eric Bibb - Blues People (Stony Plain)

4.       Raphael Wressnig - Soul Gumbo (Pepper Cake)

5.       Pops Staples - Don't Lose This (Anti-)

6.       Junior Wells - Southside Blues Jam (Delmark)

7.       Brad Absher & Swamp Royale - Lucky Dog (Montrose)

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10:52 am
Tue March 31, 2015

Strange Currency Celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month With Jan Hammer, Brand X And More

'Unorthodox Behaviour' from Brand X
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Wednesday, April 1

Formed in 1975 Brand X combined elements of progressive rock with jazz fusion across a series of under-appreciated albums. The group featured Phil Collins on drums playing in a manner that was distinctly different from his work in Genesis or on his solo recordings, demonstrating that he was one of the best percussionists of his generation. We’ll hear from the debut Brand X recording, Unorthodox Behaviour as well as from Billy Cobham’s 1974 release Crosswinds

  Thursday, April 2

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12:59 pm
Mon March 30, 2015

New Month/New Music Time At The Crossroads

'Into The Sun' from Robben Ford

April 3/5

It’s “New Month/New Music” time as Crossroads teams up with Global Village and Strange Currency at the beginning of every month to highlight the best in new releases.

Among the new blues titles featured this time at the Crossroads are the latest from Shaun Murphy, Robben Ford, Anthony Gomes, Brad Hatfield, Brandon Santini, and a new compilation of the complete Chuck Berry Chess singles. Plus music from blues artists with regional concerts in the coming week.

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12:40 pm
Mon March 30, 2015

Wrapping Up March Lloyd/Terry– Starting Billie Holiday Centennial Celebration + Guitar Birthdays

Guitarist Dave Stryker

Monday March 30

Night Train marks birthdays of two talented guitarists – Dave Stryker (who has a new album out in tribute to Stanley Turrentine) and Spain’s Ximo Tebar. Plus music from acclaimed saxophonist Steve Wilson (who has a regional performance coming up this week) and from March featured artists Clark Terry and Charles Lloyd – including a special in hour two of the show exploring the music of Lloyd’s ‘60s quartets.

Tuesday March 31

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11:57 am
Mon March 30, 2015

Wrapping Up Women In World Music, Starting World Jazz, Remembering Renbourn & New Month/New Music

Norwegian Trio Mediaeval

Monday March 30

Global Village continues the March Women in World Music Feature with music from Spain’s Carmen Cuesta, Somalia’s Maryam Mursal, this year’s Juno Award winners for Best Jazz Album – Jane Bunnett & Maqueque, and birthday artists Astrud Gilberto and Norah Jones (with Anoushka Shankar from the Grammy-nominated Traces of You album).

Tuesday March 31

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1:34 pm
Thu March 26, 2015

Notable New Releases And Old Favorites

American jazz artist Russell Malone

Sunday March 29

On tonight's Straight No Chaser we hear a compilation of old and new. New selections from swing & bebop jazz guitarist,  Russell Malone, and international jazz  saxophonist Greg Abate. Some old features from "the King," Benny Carter, and legendary Oliver Nelson. Plus hear some slightly old pieces from four time Grammy award nominee Karrin Allyson.

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1:19 pm
Thu March 26, 2015

Sunday Evening With The 'Maestro'

'The Best of Thomas Whitfield'
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Sunday March 29

Hear uplifting gospel music from singer/songwriter arranger and choir director, Thomas Whitfield.  Known as the Maestro by colleagues and supporters, the Detroit native is credited with helping to shape contemporary gospel music with other musical styles from jazz to classical. He’s worked with artists including Yolanda Adams, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Quincy Jones, and Aretha Franklin.  

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2:20 pm
Mon March 23, 2015

Wrapping Up Our Sister Rosetta Tharpe Centennial/Gospel Blues Celebration

Sister Rosetta Tharpe and the Lucky Millinder Orchestra

March 27/29

Crossroads wraps up the March Sister Rosetta Tharpe/Gospel Blues feature with a classic from Tharpe with Marie Knight and an early recording she did with the Lucky Millinder Orchestra, along with music from Sister Wynona Carr, Otis Clay, the Golden Gate Quartet, and in hour two of the show, a special performance from the acclaimed sacred steel group, the Campbell Brothers.

Plus music from artists with concerts in the coming week and from Steve Hill, the winner of this year’s blues Juno Award.

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