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JazzFunkTuesday, in association with US Smooth Jazz – 7 December 2010

Hi – Hope you all enjoyed the show on Tuesday. It was good to have Andy back – especially with his stocking fillers –

Andy’s seasonal countdown, just for a bit of fun:

Firstly, five tracks:

10 (Christmas) Joyce Cooling’s “It’s Feeling Like Christmas” – a delightful track to get you in the festive mood
09 (Snow) To remind us of the cold weather, “ICOU” (icy OU) by Werner Nieke aka Wesbound
08 (Love) Lot’s of “Love, Love, Love” from Kirk Whalum & Rick Braun, from the excellent “Everything is Everything” CD
07 (Peace) A track by Tim Reeves called “Peace”, from the marvellous “C Notes For Haiti” charity CD [think of those less fortunate & buy a copy]
06 (Happiness) From “Sax Chronicles Volume 1” the wonderful “Happy” by Yancyy

And five must-have CD’s for your Christmas stocking:

05 “Backatcha” by the incredible Walter Beasley, which includes his beautiful reworking of the classic “Lovely Day”, which is what we all hope Christmas day is…
04 Where would Christmas be without holly? Holly Jurgensen’s debut “Butter & Chocolate” is the perfect sensual set for the fireside in the company of the one you love…
03 And let’s not forget more holly, one of the show’s best friends, the very smooth & extremely talented Oli Silk, who’s album “All We Need” is one of the best this year…
02 We can’t ignore the winner of the American Smooth Jazz Newcomer of the Year award, the lovely Cinderella herself, Cinders…Cindy Bradley, who’s album “Bloom” is simply exceptional…
01 Just pipping Cindy to be the star at the top of our Christmas tree this year, it’s Santa Koz himself, Dave Koz, who released “Hello Tomorrow” just a few months ago & already every track sounds like a classic – great album Dave…

And, as ever, it was great to have Mary Ann Wexler on the show, our sponsor from US Smooth Jazz, featuring Paula Atherton – thanks Mary Ann.

Have a great week and we’ll see you next Tuesday.

Take care – Graeme

JazzFunkTuesday, in association with US Smooth Jazz – 7 December 2010

Hi – Hope you all enjoyed the show on Tuesday. It was good to have Andy back – especially with his stocking fillers –

Andy’s seasonal countdown, just for a bit of fun:

Firstly, five tracks:

10 (Christmas) Joyce Cooling’s “It’s Feeling Like Christmas” – a delightful track to get you in the festive mood
09 (Snow) To remind us of the cold weather, “ICOU” (icy OU) by Werner Nieke aka Wesbound
08 (Love) Lot’s of “Love, Love, Love” from Kirk Whalum & Rick Braun, from the excellent “Everything is Everything” CD
07 (Peace) A track by Tim Reeves called “Peace”, from the marvellous “C Notes For Haiti” charity CD [think of those less fortunate & buy a copy]
06 (Happiness) From “Sax Chronicles Volume 1” the wonderful “Happy” by Yancyy

And five must-have CD’s for your Christmas stocking:

05 “Backatcha” by the incredible Walter Beasley, which includes his beautiful reworking of the classic “Lovely Day”, which is what we all hope Christmas day is…
04 Where would Christmas be without holly? Holly Jurgensen’s debut “Butter & Chocolate” is the perfect sensual set for the fireside in the company of the one you love…
03 And let’s not forget more holly, one of the show’s best friends, the very smooth & extremely talented Oli Silk, who’s album “All We Need” is one of the best this year…
02 We can’t ignore the winner of the American Smooth Jazz Newcomer of the Year award, the lovely Cinderella herself, Cinders…Cindy Bradley, who’s album “Bloom” is simply exceptional…
01 Just pipping Cindy to be the star at the top of our Christmas tree this year, it’s Santa Koz himself, Dave Koz, who released “Hello Tomorrow” just a few months ago & already every track sounds like a classic – great album Dave…

And, as ever, it was great to have Mary Ann Wexler on the show, our sponsor from US Smooth Jazz, featuring Paula Atherton – thanks Mary Ann.

Have a great week and we’ll see you next Tuesday.

Take care – Graeme

JazzFunkTuesday, in association with US Smooth Jazz – 7 December 2010

Hi – Hope you all enjoyed the show on Tuesday. It was good to have Andy back – especially with his stocking fillers –

Andy’s seasonal countdown, just for a bit of fun:

Firstly, five tracks:

10 (Christmas) Joyce Cooling’s “It’s Feeling Like Christmas” – a delightful track to get you in the festive mood
09 (Snow) To remind us of the cold weather, “ICOU” (icy OU) by Werner Nieke aka Wesbound
08 (Love) Lot’s of “Love, Love, Love” from Kirk Whalum & Rick Braun, from the excellent “Everything is Everything” CD
07 (Peace) A track by Tim Reeves called “Peace”, from the marvellous “C Notes For Haiti” charity CD [think of those less fortunate & buy a copy]
06 (Happiness) From “Sax Chronicles Volume 1” the wonderful “Happy” by Yancyy

And five must-have CD’s for your Christmas stocking:

05 “Backatcha” by the incredible Walter Beasley, which includes his beautiful reworking of the classic “Lovely Day”, which is what we all hope Christmas day is…
04 Where would Christmas be without holly? Holly Jurgensen’s debut “Butter & Chocolate” is the perfect sensual set for the fireside in the company of the one you love…
03 And let’s not forget more holly, one of the show’s best friends, the very smooth & extremely talented Oli Silk, who’s album “All We Need” is one of the best this year…
02 We can’t ignore the winner of the American Smooth Jazz Newcomer of the Year award, the lovely Cinderella herself, Cinders…Cindy Bradley, who’s album “Bloom” is simply exceptional…
01 Just pipping Cindy to be the star at the top of our Christmas tree this year, it’s Santa Koz himself, Dave Koz, who released “Hello Tomorrow” just a few months ago & already every track sounds like a classic – great album Dave…

And, as ever, it was great to have Mary Ann Wexler on the show, our sponsor from US Smooth Jazz, featuring Paula Atherton – thanks Mary Ann.

Have a great week and we’ll see you next Tuesday.

Take care – Graeme

JazzFunkTuesday, in association with US Smooth Jazz – 7 December 2010

Hi – Hope you all enjoyed the show on Tuesday. It was good to have Andy back – especially with his stocking fillers –

Andy’s seasonal countdown, just for a bit of fun:

Firstly, five tracks:

10 (Christmas) Joyce Cooling’s “It’s Feeling Like Christmas” – a delightful track to get you in the festive mood
09 (Snow) To remind us of the cold weather, “ICOU” (icy OU) by Werner Nieke aka Wesbound
08 (Love) Lot’s of “Love, Love, Love” from Kirk Whalum & Rick Braun, from the excellent “Everything is Everything” CD
07 (Peace) A track by Tim Reeves called “Peace”, from the marvellous “C Notes For Haiti” charity CD [think of those less fortunate & buy a copy]
06 (Happiness) From “Sax Chronicles Volume 1” the wonderful “Happy” by Yancyy

And five must-have CD’s for your Christmas stocking:

05 “Backatcha” by the incredible Walter Beasley, which includes his beautiful reworking of the classic “Lovely Day”, which is what we all hope Christmas day is…
04 Where would Christmas be without holly? Holly Jurgensen’s debut “Butter & Chocolate” is the perfect sensual set for the fireside in the company of the one you love…
03 And let’s not forget more holly, one of the show’s best friends, the very smooth & extremely talented Oli Silk, who’s album “All We Need” is one of the best this year…
02 We can’t ignore the winner of the American Smooth Jazz Newcomer of the Year award, the lovely Cinderella herself, Cinders…Cindy Bradley, who’s album “Bloom” is simply exceptional…
01 Just pipping Cindy to be the star at the top of our Christmas tree this year, it’s Santa Koz himself, Dave Koz, who released “Hello Tomorrow” just a few months ago & already every track sounds like a classic – great album Dave…

And, as ever, it was great to have Mary Ann Wexler on the show, our sponsor from US Smooth Jazz, featuring Paula Atherton – thanks Mary Ann.

Have a great week and we’ll see you next Tuesday.

Take care – Graeme

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