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On The Right Track w/Jazzcat #124 (16/06/2021)

On The Right Track w/Jazzcat #124 (16/06/2021)

Chart positions

This show was 2nd in the global radioshow chart, 8th in the global eclectic chart, 11th in the global funk - soul - jazz chart, 15th in the global beats chart and 31st in the global jazz chart.

On The Right Track w/Jazzcat - Every Wednesday 3-4pm GMT (rebroadcast on Friday 9-10am and Sunday 9-10am) on Ness Radio : (also available on Tune In, Apple Music or download the Ness Radio app from your App/Play Store).
Every week Jazzcat serves up an eclectic selection of fresh new sounds, from Jazz to Soul, Funk, Afrobeat, Latin beats and everything in between.......listen up !


litha melamane

quality sessions. i love it. thank you. # stay safe# stay home#. respect and love. god blessed us. have a nice day. greetings from south africa


Tracklist 16.06.21 :
Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge feat. Brian Jackson - Mars Walk [Jazz Is Dead]
Florian Pellissier Quintet feat. Agathe Iracema - Between The Bars [Hot Casa Records]
Rosie Turton - Part II
Amaro Freitas - Ayeye [Far Out Recordings]
Blue Lion feat. Lina Knörr & Tony Lakatos - After [Jazz Montez Records]
Célia Wa - Engraved Dub [Heavenly Sweetness]
Jeb Loy Nichols with Cold Diamond & Mink - The World Loves A Fool [Timmion Records]
Kasia Konstance feat. KinKai - You Never Do
DeRobert & The Half-Truths - Thievin' & Robbin' [Golden Rules]
Massimo Voci - Silk Beat [Turntables On The Hudson]
Bev Lee Harling - Dirty Dragonfly [Wah Wah 45s]
Mampön - Quiérete [Rocafort Records]
Sampology feat. Allysha Joy - Suffer And Swim [Middle Name Records]
Gabriels - Love And Hate In A Different Time (Aroop Roy Rework)

M(C) Jovanovic

There are many musical pieces, and even some musical genres, that can be fairly annoying.. but there is hardly any type of music, apart from jazz, that can so successfully handle between apparent cacophonic irritation and delightful mellowness. This set is a paradigmatic example of that alchemic capacity of jazz music!
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Thanks Max!