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Part 1 with Adrian Leach - July 2012 - Happy Jazz Show

Part 1 with Adrian Leach - July 2012 - Happy Jazz Show

Playing tracks by

Jorge Lopez Ruiz, Tommy Whittle Quintet, Cuarteto De Jazz Universal, Roy Castle, Open Sky Unit and more.

Part 1 with Adrian Leach - July 2012 - Happy Jazz Show - the final chapter....



Good cool hard work out! Thanks!

Zviad Chanturia

Thank you

Javi Bayo
Javi Bayo

Thank you for sharing (SO MUCH) knowledge and music taste with us! Happy Jazz is already a classic and all your great work to date will remain as a highly enjoyable masterclass for those of us into the deep and soulful jazz biz. THANKS!

Happy Jazz Radio Show

@Hugh - Yes mate, definitely back to the roots with the grey tinges ha ha ha...

@Ian - Thanks for the comment - we may well be back but at the moment, no plans to. But things always change so keep an eye (or more importantly an ear) out for us if we do.

@Terry - As always Sir, your comments come from the heart and we cannot thank you enough for the long term support you have always showed us. Hopefully we will meet up again sooner rather than later.

@Franco - Glad you have been able to go and find the records featured on the show. That is always heart warming that serious music lovers like yourself appreciate what we have been doing. Thanks for the support and yes, may see you at the Bridge one day (another labour of love).

Thanks to all that have listened - we truly appreciate it.

Adrian and Mark


Bloody hell last show really disappointed to hear it thanks for the music went and bought plenty of these tunes. Opened my ears to lots of new areas. Playing jazz is a labour of love I know but hope you come back soon. Maybe see you at the Bridge all the best.

Terry Hall

How you've not got an ego as big as your record collection i don't know?
But no - you've shared and given us so many heavy tunes.
Gutted and emotional is an understatement.
Much obliged to you

Ian Barker

Great show as always. HJ will be missed - hopefully not for too long. Looking forward to the return of the jazz.

Hugh Albert

going back to yer roots with slight greyish tinges!- cheers!