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Podcast #74: 23.08.12 Rebecca Vasmant

Podcast #74: 23.08.12 Rebecca Vasmant

Playing tracks by

Dylan Thomas, P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble, Stan Tracey Quartet, Bill Evans, Jose James and more.

After an enforced summer break due to computer issues, we return with a beautifully deep guest mix from Glasgow's own http://www.mixcloud.com/rebecca_vasmant. She starts things off with a little Dylan Thomas before a pair of awesome compositions from P.E. Hewitt Jazz Ensemble ease us in nicely to the sounds ahead. Up next we have jazz piano brilliance from the great Stan Tracey and Bill Evans before the unmistakeable vocals of Jose James and Nina Simone rear their head. Further music comes from the Brazilian mastermind that is Arthur Verocai, London's own Scrimshire and a Jazzman double bill from Azanyah and Lloyd Miller & The Hellocentrics, before Eddie Harris gives us 'The Things You Do' and Jukka Eskola Quintet and the Bobby Timmons Trio (twice) bring things to a close.

If you dig the mix, you can catch Rebecca DJing alongside Rob Coley at our Bank Holiday Jazz Meet Special this Sunday 5pm-9pm at Floripa in Shoreditch. On stage we've got The Killaman Guns. Thanks for listening!

Comments

Rebecca Vasmant

thanks for the lovely words -- Jazz is my life. I live for it and the emotions within it. :)

Lothian Handyman

This will be my new over played podcast, all hail RV

Doots
Doots

That's what dreams are made of....The drummer in Desire is off the scale b4 the genius who's Nina takes centre stage. I didn't even realise the transition between By Hook Or By Crook to Let God Come First!
My hat's off to you Rebecca!
There's not many DJ's who play techno & Jazz & I love them both. x

arthuristheboy

Outstanding. The Nina Simone track is walking up and down my spine as I write.

Scott Swahey

you got a d/l link for this bex? melikealot x

John Hailes

fantastic way to start the morning!

Ian Barker

Really enjoyed this. Thanks

Sounds By JB

This was truely a goosebump listen! Thank so much ladies!

John Paul McBride

Absolutely wonderful, so relaxing ,another mystical winding journey into jazz, thanks and well done :)

Rebecca Vasmant

Thanks for the Kind Words guys :)