McClenty Hunter

Premiere DateMay 13, 2018
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
03:44 From The Well The Jamie Baum Septet+
10:19 Song Without Words (for S. James Baum) The Jamie Baum Septet+
17:03 Interview with McClenty Hunter Jr., Part I
28:54 Autumn McClenty Hunter Jr.
35:15 Interview with McClenty Hunter Jr., Part II
42:58 My Love McClenty Hunter Jr.
49:12 The Jazz Hole with Linus
51:48 The 408 Special The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra
54:52 Just Like A Broken Record The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra, Hannah Gill
57:59 Ain’t It Grand? The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra, Dandy Wellington
60:56 The Jazz Hole with Linus
61:44 Bear Foot Blues The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra
65:01 Finish

Interview guest McClenty Hunter Jr. talks about his debut album The Groove Hunter on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole. The drummer, educator and composer also speaks about his musical background, his compositions and about the people involved in the making of this album. Before the segment about McClenty Hunter, you get to enjoy brand new tracks from Bridges, the phenomenal new album by The Jamie Baum Septet+ – and after the McClenty Hunter segment, Linus spins the most amazing vintage jazz by The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra (featuring Dandy Wellington and Hannah Gill). Their new double album Ain’t It Grand? delvers a reimagined traditional big band sound with both classic and original songs

The Jamie Baum Septet+ – From The Well
Album: Bridges
Jamie Baum (fl, alto fl, singing bowl), Amir ElSaffar (tp), Sam Sadigursky (as, b-cl), Chris Komer (f horn), Brad Shepik (g), John Escreet (p), Zack Lober (b),
Jeff Hirshfield (d) and Jamey Haddad (perc)

The Jamie Baum Septet+ – Song Without Words (for S. James Baum)
Album: Bridges
Jamie Baum (fl, alto fl, singing bowl), Amir Elsaffar (tp, voc), Sam Sadigursky (as, b-cl), Chris Komer (f horn), Brad Shepik (g), John Escreet (p), Zack Lober (b) and Jeff Hirshfield (d)

McClenty Hunter Jr. – “Autumn” & “My Love”
Album: The Groove Hunter
McClenty Hunter Jr. (d), Stacy Dillard (ts), Eric Reed (p) and Corcoran Holt (b)

The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra – “The 408 Special” & “Bear Foot Blues”
Album: Ain’t It Grand?
Glenn Crytzer (g, bj, voc, dir, arr), Sam Hoyt, Mike Davis, Jason Prover (tp). Rob Edwards, Joe McDonough, Jim Fryer (tb), Jay Rattman (as, ss, cl), Mark Lopeman, Marc Schwartz (as, ts, cl), Matt Koza (ts, cl), Henry “Ricky” Alexander (as, bar, cl), Rob Reich (p). Ian Hutchison (b) and Andrew Millar (d)

The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra (featuring Hannah Gill) – Just Like A Broken Record
Album: Ain’t It Grand?
Glenn Crytzer (g, bj, voc, dir, arr), Sam Hoyt, Mike Davis, Jason Prover (tp).
Rob Edwards, Joe McDonough, Jim Fryer (tb), Jay Rattman (as, ss, cl), Mark
Lopeman, Marc Schwartz (as, ts, cl), Matt Koza (ts, cl), Henry “Ricky”
Alexander (as, bar, cl), Rob Reich (p). Ian Hutchison (b), Andrew Millar (d) and
Hannah Gill (voc)

The Glenn Crytzer Orchestra (featuring Dandy Wellington) – Ain’t It Grand?
Album: Ain’t It Grand?
Glenn Crytzer (g, bj, voc, dir, arr), Sam Hoyt, Mike Davis, Jason Prover (tp).
Rob Edwards, Joe McDonough, Jim Fryer (tb), Jay Rattman (as, ss, cl), Mark
Lopeman, Marc Schwartz (as, ts, cl), Matt Koza (ts, cl), Henry “Ricky”
Alexander (as, bar, cl), Rob Reich (p). Ian Hutchison (b), Andrew Millar (d) and
Dandy Wellington (voc)

Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule.…

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