Week of 12/25/16

Premiere DateDec 25, 2016
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
01:24 Morning of the Leaves Greg Abate Quartet
06:16 Mr. B.G. Yoko Miwa Trio
17:32 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
18:33 A Little Love This Christmas Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven
21:40 Old Man Winter Blues (Alternate Take) Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven
25:29 Oh Hanukkah! Eyal Vilner Big Band, Tamar Korn, Martina DaSilva, Vanessa Perea
29:01 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
30:59 Somehow the World Has Turned Upside Down The Grand St. Stompers, Gordon Au, Tamar Korn
35:26 Hasta Aqui Llegamos Little Johnny Rivero, Natalie Fernandez
40:21 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
41:45 Chant (for Gautama Buddha) Jonathan Powell & nu Sangha
49:27 Finale Sullivan Fortner
53:41 The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
55:07 Amazing Grace Javon Jackson, Les McCann
59:57 Finish

Enjoy Christmas Day on BTRToday.com with The Jazz Hole! Linus provides you with that special soundtrack for the day, including several holiday-themed tunes from albums like Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven’s A Little Love This Christmas or Eyal Vilner Big Band’s Hanukkah, plus a beautiful closer today, a classic performed by star saxophonist Javon Jackson and the legendary Les McCann.


Greg Abate Quartet – Morning of the Leaves
Album: Motif
Greg Abate (as, ss, bs, fl), John Lockwood (b), Mark Walker (d) and Tim Ray (p)
Yoko Miwa Trio – Mr. B.G.
Album: Live at Scullers Jazz Club
Yoko Miwa (p), Greg Loughman (b) and Scott Goulding (d)
Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven – “A Little Love This Christmas” & “ Old Man Winter Blues” (Alternate Take)
Album: A Little Love This Christmas
Glenn Crytzer (g, voc, arr), Mike Davis (tp), Evan Arntzen (cl, ts), Craig Flory (ss, as, ts), Solomon Douglas (p), Jen Hodge (b) and Julian MacDonough (d) Eyal VIlner Big Band (featuring Tamar Korn, Martina DaSilva & Vanessa Perea) – Oh
Album: Hanukkah
Eyal Vilner (as, cl, shofar, cond, arr), Tamar Korn, Martina DaSilva, Vanessa Perea (voc), Evan Arntzen (ts, cl, solo), Jay Rattman, Bill Todd, Dan Pearson, Eden Bareket (reeds), Bryan Davis (lead tp, shofar), Andy Gravish, Wayne Tucker, Stuart Mack (tp), Jim Seeley (tp, shofar), Matt Musselman, Becca Patterson (tb), Max Seigel (b-tb), Jack Glottman (p), George DeLancey (b) and Erán Fink (d)
The Grand St. Stompers (featuring Tamar Korn) – Somehow the World Has Turned Upside Down
Album: Do the New York
Gordon Au (tp, co), Tamar Korn (voc), Dennis Lichtman (cl), Matt Musselman (tb), Nick Russo (banjo, g), Rob Adkins (b) and Kevin Dorn (d) Little Johnny,
Natalie Fernandez – Hasta Aqui Llegamos
Album: Together
Little Johnny (congas, perc), Natalie Fernandez (voc), Abby Curtis (tamb, voc), Zaccai Curtis (p), Luques Curtis (b), Joel Mateo (d), Louis Fouché (as), Carlos Abadie (tp solo) and Steven Oquendo (tp)
Jonathan Powell & nu Sangha – Chant (for Gautama Buddha)
Album: Beacons of Light
Jonathan Powell (tp, flh, comp, voc), Jeremy Powell (ts, ss), Marko Churnchetz (p, frhodes), Luques Curtis (b, voc), Kenny Grohowski (d), John Ellis (b-cl), Louis Fouché, Yumi Koshigai Powell and Karina Curtis (voc)
Sullivan Fortner – Finale
Album: Aria
Sullivan Fortner (p), Tivon Pennicott (ts), Aidan Caroll (b) and Joe Dyson(d)
Javon Jackson (with guest Les McCann) – Amazing Grace
Album: Lucky 13
Javon Jackson (ts) and Les McCann (fender rhodes, voc)
Grammy-award winner 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…