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When It's Over and Fay Claassen
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Aired:
10/20/2008
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In this episode:

What to do when you're the one who is left behind.

 

Host:

 

 

10/19/2008        
Artist Title Label Number Time
Herbie Hancock Cantelope Island Blue Note 29331 5:30:00
Stop Set       1:10:00
Miles Davis So What CBS/Sony 64935 9:22:00
Hazel Scott Like Someone in Love Debut 1702 3:48:00
Dave Brubeck Audrey CBS/Sony 65724 3:33:00
Stopset       1:10:00
Michael Franks When It's Over Warner Bros 3294 3:03:00
Brad Mehldau She's Leaving Home Nonesuch 79910 9:08:00
Nancy Wilson Never Will I Marry Capitol 81204 2:16:00
Nat King Cole What'll I Do Capitol 33572 3:02:00
Bill Evans Trio My Foolish Heart Riverside 30072 4:56:00
Sinatra and Basie I Wanna Be Around Reprise 46972 2:20:00
Stopset       1:00:00
Pat Metheny Trio Son Of Thirteen Ukn 0 5:49:00
Paul Desmond Take Ten RCA  68690 3:08:00
Stopset       0:30:00

 

 "All About Jazz" called Fay Claassen 's "Two Portraits of Chet Baker" one of the top vocal recordings of 2006.

Claassen returns to European Jazz Stage with pianist Marc van Roon, bringing new and beautiful arrangements of some "hidden" standards by Cedar Walton, Abbey Lincoln and Sting. We'll hear "Throw it Away," "If I ever Lose My Faith in You," "Daybreak" and more.

Over four decades, The Danish Radio Big Band has played itself into musical heavyweight class and written its way into the annals of international jazz. European Jazz Stage recorded the band in a special concert with Eivør Pålsdóttir, the charismatic singer from the Faroe Islands. Daniel Frankl hosts.

 

 

Tags: Eivør Pålsdóttir and the Danish Radio Big Band, European Jazz Stage, Fay Claassen, jazz, musicians, North Sea, Radio Netherlands


 
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