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Playlist: Craigs Music

Compiled By: Craig Danby

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JazzStories (Series)

Produced by Murray Street Productions

Most recent piece in this series:

JazzStories: Randy Weston — From Brooklyn to the Berkshires and Back

From Murray Street Productions | Part of the JazzStories series | 12:57

Randy_weston_small Pianist Randy Weston has seen a lot people and places in his life.  Born in Brooklyn in 1926 and served in the US Army during World War II. But it was jazz that exposed him to the most diverse travels.  Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Ken Druker unearths a live interview with Randy Weston about the people and places that he’s seen in his life — from Langston Hughes and Candido — to Brooklyn and the woods of the Berkshires and back again.

The Needle Drop (Series)

Produced by WNPR

Most recent piece in this series:

The Needle Drop: 06-26-13

From WNPR | Part of the The Needle Drop series | 57:02

4448989_small This week on the Needle Drop, we're spinning new tracks from BADBADNOTGOOD and Lee Bannon. We'll also be sampling a bit of music from the new Darkside remix album that takes on tracks from Daft Punk's Random Access Memories. The latest full-lengths from Jon Hopkins and Smith Westerns will be explored as well.

Blues Unlimited (Series)

Produced by Steve Franz

Most recent piece in this series:

Blues Unlimited #331 - The Blues Unlimited 5th Annual Year in Review Special: Best of 2018

From Steve Franz | Part of the Blues Unlimited series | 01:58:59

Bu_final_revised_reduced_copy_2_small Join us as we take a look back at some of our favorite moments from 2018. We’ve picked out some highlights from the past year — here’s a hint: the name of Elmore James might be involved — and we’ll also enjoy a few of our favorite installments from our new series, “This Week in Blues History.” Be sure to stay tuned for our closing finale, when we pay tribute to some of the passing blues greats we lost last year. Don’t miss the best of 2018, on this episode of Blues Unlimited.