Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

This “Super Tuesday Jazz Presentation” will go to your head

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This “Super Tuesday jazz presentation” will go to your head as it will feature SEVEN versions of the the song “You go to my head” and will play back to back. I do this every now and then to show the versatility of jazz musicians and the uniqueness of jazz music in general. Five of these versions will be featured with pianists leading their respected bands, they are Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Dave Brubeck, Lenny Tristano and Bud Powell. The rest of the this ever changing playlist will feature my hand pick combination of songs that will hopefully keep you tuned in completely for the three hours. More on the “Super Tuesday Jazz Presentation” and the play times it is featured every week go here. Check the “Schedule Link” for play times of all the special playlists that are featured here on Jazz Con Class Radio, enjoy!.

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"Enjoy, very much, listening to your arrangements. My wife and I have two sons (14 & 11) who think Jazz is 'Dad's elevator music'. However, while we were watching 'High Society' Bing Crosby was leading the band in 'Now you has Jazz', while slowly adding each instrument. Finally, of course, the whole number was really rolling with Louis Armstrong leading the way! My youngest son, Joseph, said 'Dad, play that once more.' My wife smiled at me and I knew this wonderful, American art form was getting through to them.
Keep going, Jose. Jazz Con Class Radio is fabulous!"

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Although I am not a musician or an authority on music, I teach a Bop seminar for first-year students at the University of California at Davis. In addition to hearing the music, the students learn about the musicians and urban culture in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. I often play Jazz Con Class Radio at the start and end of class meetings. The music is a wonderful gift. The station is also a wonderful gift."

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