Love

Something Blue – Love – November 27, 2021

This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Johannes Wallman, Alex Hitchcock, and Francesco Ciniglio. For more about the show visit the Something Blue website at sbblues.com.

Don’t miss Something Blue, Saturday night at 10:00 PM CST, at kasu.org.

Johannes Wallman – Love Wins
www.johanneswallmann.com/about

Francesco Ciniglio – Wood
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Alex Hitchcock – All Good Things
www.alexhitchcock.co.uk/


Johannes Wallmann, Love Wins

Welcome to Something Blue. I’m Hairy Larry and I’ve got the blues, for you.

Johannes Wallmann, Can I Know (More Love)

Now that’s what I’m talking about. We heard Johannes Wallman play “Love Wins” and “Can I Know (More Love)”. Johannes Wallman delivers fine contemporary jazz with plenty of blues in the mix.

Something Blue is Broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. Visit the Something Blue website at sbblues.com to listen anytime and for more music from the featured musicians.

Now, from Francis Ciniglio’s album, Wood, We’ll hear “Duke Ellington’s Sound of Love” followed by Alex Hitchcock playing “Hamburg 2010”.

Francesco Ciniglio, Duke Ellington’s Sound of Love
Alex Hitchcock, Hamburg 2010

Johannes Wallmann, Go On
Alex Hitchcock, Mint

All right now that’s Alex Hitchcock playing “Mint”. Before that we heard Johannes Wallmann play “Go On” from his album, “Love Wins”.

Something Blue is Broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. Thanks to the Freegal service at the Jonesboro Public Library where I downloaded the music we’re hearing tonight. Free and legal downloads of all types of music with your library card.

For more music and info about jazz musicians writing and playing today visit jazzcomposers.net.

Ok now, closing the show we’ll hear Alex Hitchcock play “Mobius” from his album “All Good Things”. Then we’ll hear Francesco Ciniglio doing “Dance Of Infidels”. Until next time this is Hairy Larry reminding you once again, blues is the mainstream.

Alex Hitchcock, Möbius
Francesco Ciniglio, Dance of the Infidels

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