Miles Donahue

Premiere DateFeb 14, 2021
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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03:02 The Loop Of Chicago Benoît Delbecq
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08:41 Pair et Impair Benoît Delbecq
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18:23 Interview with Miles Donahue, Part I
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28:14 Living Room Blues Miles Donahue
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33:45 Interview with Miles Donahue, Part II
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38:10 A Man Of Few Words Miles Donahue
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43:35 Interview with Miles Donahue, Part III
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52:39 Railroaded Miles Donahue
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59:38 Finish
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On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole, you get to hear the Vermont-based composer, saxophone, trumpet & piano player Miles Donahue talk about his new album “Just Passing Thru” (released on Whaling City Sound), which features among others Mike Stern on guitar, Alain Mallet on keys, Joe Santerre on electric bass, Larry Finn on drums and Ricardo Monzon on percussion. Plus a couple of selections from Paris-based pianist and composer Benoît Delbecq’s new album “The Weight Of Light” (released on Pyroclastic Records)

Benoît Delbecq – “The Loop Of Chicago” & “Pair et Impair”
Album: The Weight Of Light

Miles Donahue – Living Room Blues
Album: Just Passing Thru
Miles Donahue (as, ts, ss, tp), Joe Santerre (e-b), Larry Finn (d), Ricardo Monzon (perc) and Alain Mallet (kbds)

Miles Donahue – A Man Of Few Words
Album: Just Passing Thru
Miles Donahue (as, ts, ss, tp), Joe Santerre (e-b), Larry Finn (d), Ricardo Monzon (perc) and Steve Hunt (p, org)

Miles Donahue – Railroaded
Album: Just Passing Thru
Miles Donahue (as, ts, ss, tp), Joe Santerre (e-b), Larry Finn (d), Ricardo Monzon (perc) and Mike Stern (g)

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