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WBGO Jazz88

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Jazz Public Radio from the Jazz Capital of the World, New York City. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Lee Morgan, Charlie Parker, Cannonball Adderley, Arturo O'Farrill, Dave Stryker, Catherine Russell, Monty Alexander, Taylor Eigsti, Simone, Larry Coryell, Wayne Esoffery, John Ellis, Jonah Jones, George Wein, Ike Quebec WBGO is the global leader in jazz radio, broadcasting from the jazz capital of the world. Founded in 1979, WBGO is a publicly-supported cultural institution that preserves and elevates America’s music: jazz and blues. WBGO reaches a weekly audience of more than 400,000 in the New York/New Jersey metro area via 88.3FM. Through programs such as Jazz...
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Eugenia Len - Nadie
Bob Porter - Portraits In Blue
Aaron Diehl - Magnanimous Disguise
John Coltrane Quartet - Greensleeves
Nina Simone - Sinnerman
Albert King - Firing Line
Brian Delp - Mid-Day Jazz
Gary Walker - Morning Jazz
Bob James - Just Listen
John Coltrane - Mr. P.c.
Miles Davis - Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Rubn Blades - Maestra Vida
Dizzy Gillespie - Duke's Last Soliloquy
Eric Reed & Cyrus Chestnut - Prayer
Clare Fischer - O Pato Takes A Train
Ramsey Lewis - Wade In The Water
Keanna Faircloth - Afternoon Jazz
Gary Walker - Morning Jazz
Eartha Kitt - Close Enough For Love
Coleman Hawkins - The Stampede
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  • U.S. Tops 25 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

    wbgo.org Monday, 25 January 2021 01:24:00

    Almost exactly one year after the first case of the coronavirus was detected in the United States, the country has now reached 25 million confirmed infections. As it has for months, the U.S. remains by far the most coronavirus-riddled country in the world. Data from the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center showed the U.S. passing the tragic marker as of Sunday morning. The true number of cases, however, is likely far higher: many people become infected but never get tested, so they aren't reflected in the count. The U.S. has more than twice as many confirmed cases as the nation with the second highest count — India, a country with 10 million cases and a population that is four times larger. Nearly 420,000 people in the U.S. have now died from the virus. That's almost double the next highest country, Brazil, which is closing in on 220,000 deaths. The existence of a more infectious variant of the virus could make matters worse, top health officials say. The variant has

  • SportsJam with Doug Doyle: Drone Racing League President Rachel Jacobson

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 23:54:17

    The Drone Racing League is entering its 5th season with tens of millions of fans all around the world now enjoying the competition. DRL is the global, professional drone racing property for elite pilots. Rachel Jacobson, a graduate of Cornell University and Middletown South High School in New Jersey, became President of the DRL in April of 2020 and has led the league to new heights in marketing, partnerships and strategies. Jacobson joined SportsJam host Doug Doyle to talk about the recent partnership with Draft Kings, the final two big events on January 26 and January 30 and her amazing career that included 21 years at the NBA where she consulted and became close friends with the late commissioner David Stern. "(As the NBA's former Senior VP of Global Partnership) I had the incredible opportunity of working very closely with David Stern and Adam Silver and others of the executive leadership along my tenure of being there. Just to be able to work with those caliber of leaders that

  • Learning To Love Bird Photography, Thanks To A 'Competitive Collaboration'

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 23:07:00

    Photographer and explorer, Gemina Garland-Lewis has always been drawn to nature and wildlife. Garland-Lewis takes us through her journey of growing to love bird photography alongside her partner on their land, nicknamed "La Isla," in Baja California Sur, Mexico. As I sit with my back against a charred, fallen palm tree, I can't help but hear my mother's words in my head: "I hope you don't like birds now just because of a guy." My eyes alert as I scan for various woodpeckers and sparrows, camera in hand, and I wonder if there may be some truth in what she said. I've been a photographer since I was 12 and have been deeply curious about the natural world and its creatures since about the time I could crawl. I have two degrees in conservation biology-adjacent fields. I've happily spent six hours of my day staring at the light changing on a glacier without ever feeling an ounce of boredom or impatience. But, birds? I've always appreciated them, but they never made me tick. A Harris's hawk

  • 11 Miners Rescued In China After 2 Weeks Trapped Below Ground

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 21:43:00

    Eleven miners have been rescued in China after a harrowing two weeks trapped some 2,000 feet below ground. The rescue marked a moment of celebration and relief in what has been an arduous and complex effort to bring the men to safety. One miner has already died and another 10 remain missing. The first miner was rescued shortly after 11 a.m. local time on Sunday. Television footage showed rescuers clapping and cheering as the miner was brought to the surface wearing a blindfold to protect his eyes from the light. He was brought to the hospital for treatment, with his condition described as "extremely weak." Several other miners were seen walking on their own with the help of rescuers before being taken to the hospital. The miners became trapped on Jan. 10 following an unexplained explosion at the Hushan gold mine located in the city of Qixia in China's eastern province of Shandong. It was not until 30 hours later that the accident was reported, leading to the firings of at least two

  • New Zealand Records 1st Suspected COVID-19 Community Case Since November

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 20:58:00

    New Zealand has kept its community spread of the coronavirus low by keeping tight border controls, but on Sunday the country of 5 million reported its first suspected community case since November. And officials say it might involve a more transmissible variant of the virus. A 56-year-old woman, who had traveled to Spain and the Netherlands for work late last year, has tested positive for the coronavirus after being in managed isolation for the required 14 days upon her return to New Zealand, the country's Ministry of Health said . She had tested negative twice — on Jan. 2 and Jan. 10 — but began developing symptoms on Jan. 15. Because she tested positive several days after leaving managed isolation, officials suspect her case is a community case. "Further testing is needed, including a serology blood test, to confirm whether the case is new or historical," the ministry said. But it said the initial test results suggest "that it is new and we are treating it as such." Health officials

  • The Trojan Women — And Many More — Speak Up In 'A Thousand Ships'

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 20:38:00

    Helen was "the face that launched a thousand ships" — the Spartan queen, seduced by the son of a Trojan king, leaving her husband to send Greek sailors and soldiers to retrieve her, and kicking off an epic and bloody war. That classic tale has been told and re-told for generations — and there's now a new version with a twist: The stories of the women are the focus, not the stories of the men. Natalie Haynes is the author of A Thousand Ships . She says that of the great tragedians who wrote about the war, Euripides got quite a lot right — and did center women in his plays. "But I don't think it's a question of getting things wrong, it's a question of, as time passes, we end up focusing on just a different bit of the story." Interview Highlights On the Odyssey and the Iliad So Homer tells us in the Iliad — we think of it as the great Trojan War narrative, and it is — but actually it tells us about two months of the war, which lasts for 10 years. And that's the story that we have in the

  • Rokia Traoré: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 20:00:00

    Every January, I attend globalFEST at a New York City nightclub and see some of the most fantastic music I'll experience all year. Now, given the pandemic's challenges and the hardening of international borders, NPR Music and globalFEST moved the 2021 edition from the nightclub to your screen of choice and shared the festival with the world. We called it Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST . We presented 16 artists in intimate settings (often behind desks donning globes), all hosted by African superstar Angélique Kidjo . Rokia Traoré performed at globalFEST in 2005, the music festival's second year, and it's a thrill to present her meditative performance as part of Tiny Desk meets globalFEST. Her work is rooted in the Malian musical tradition, but defies the confines of a single culture. Born in Mali to a diplomat father, Traoré had a nomadic upbringing that exposed her to a wide variety of international musical influences. She joins us from Blues Faso, a theater inside her Foundation

  • Politics Chat: Biden To Sign More Executive Orders In First Full Week As President

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 18:59:00

    President Biden will begin his first full week in the White House. Many of the executive orders he's been signing and will sign this week are part of a plan he laid out for his first 10 days.

  • Elisapie: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 18:01:00

    Every January, I attend globalFEST at a New York City nightclub and see some of the most fantastic music I'll experience all year. Now, given the pandemic's challenges and the hardening of international borders, NPR Music and globalFEST moved the 2021 edition from the nightclub to your screen of choice and shared the festival with the world. We called it Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST . We presented 16 artists in intimate settings (often behind desks donning globes), all hosted by African superstar Angélique Kidjo . Elisapie returns to Tiny Desk for a show-stopping performance from Montreal, with the disco globe of our dreams helping to light her set. Elisapie, in both her songs and work, is a resounding advocate of First Nations culture in Canada. In her set, she harnesses an incredible energy with electrifying, emotive vocals. This set took place on the final night of our 2021 festival. -- globalFEST SET LIST "Qanniuguma" "Wolves Don't Live by the Rules" "Arnaq" MUSICIANS Elisapie:

  • For January, 3 Romances That Prove Love Is Ageless

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 18:00:00

    This month in Romancelandia, true love and a happy ever after are possible at any age. Whether it's a teenager's first love, a 50-year-old's forever love, or somewhere in the middle, these three outstanding novels show it's never too early — or too late — for that HEA. Gray Hair Don't Care by Karen Booth is a fun, sexy, contemporary "seasoned" romance about characters who discover true love a little later than most. Lela Bennet and Donovan James were best friends in college — until they slept together. Years later, they reconnect for another hot night, but once again, he's gone by morning. Lela is 47, divorced and twice burned; she decides she's no longer going to hide her sparkle. Instead, she lets her hair go grey, builds her own cosmetics business and starts living her best life. Three years later, Lela's company is poised for massive success when she runs into Donovan again. This time he and his daughter, 28-year-old Echo James, are executives brought in to help Lela take her

  • As Israelis Flock To UAE, They See A New Precedent: Peace Deals Without Giving Ground

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 17:01:00

    Israelis are visiting Dubai in the tens of thousands. Where in the past, they could only arrive as undercover spies, competitive athletes or foreign passport holders, now they are loud and proud, running into the arms of their new Middle Eastern friend, the oil-rich United Arab Emirates. Since December, they have window-shopped among elaborate displays of gilded wedding garments, skied down the indoor slope at Dubai's Mall of the Emirates and boasted of their meetings with Emirati businessmen. "We Israelis are very noisy, and they understand us ... Here I feel good!" bellowed tour guide Lihi Ziv, wearing a sequined shirt and a blue scarf around her strawberry-red hair, seeing no reason to maintain a low profile as she wandered Dubai's gold market last month. "We are wanted," said elementary school teacher Ilanit Zighelboim, as she toured the nearby spice market with friends. Israel and the United Arab Emirates have promoted their U.S.-brokered deal for diplomatic relations as an

  • Edwin Perez: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 16:01:00

    Every January, I attend globalFEST at a New York City nightclub and see some of the most fantastic music I'll experience all year. Now, given the pandemic's challenges and the hardening of international borders, NPR Music and globalFEST moved the 2021 edition from the nightclub to your screen of choice and shared the festival with the world. We called it Tiny Desk Meets globalFEST . We presented 16 artists in intimate settings (often behind desks donning globes), all hosted by African superstar Angélique Kidjo . From the basement of the Bowery Electric in downtown Manhattan, composer and vocalist Edwin Perez and his 10-piece band come together to put on a show . With a strong backbeat and enough room to move around, Perez's up-tempo energy brings the party and keeps it going. The theme of the night is salsa dura music, which originated in New York in the 1970s and gained acclaim thanks to acts like the Fania All-Stars and Spanish Harlem Orchestra. This set took place on the final night

  • Arizona Republicans Censure Party Leaders At Odds With Trump

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 09:17:00

    Arizona Republicans passed resolutions on Saturday to censure three of the state's most prominent party leaders who have found themselves at odds with former President Donald Trump: Gov. Doug Ducey, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Cindy McCain, widow of late longtime Sen. John McCain. The sweeping — yet essentially symbolic — rebuke took place during a meeting to figure out how to move forward after the state flipped blue in November, narrowly giving its 11 electoral votes to now-President Biden. McCain and Flake, both of whom endorsed Biden for president, were censured for their outspoken opposition to Trump and for their support of globalist interests, according to state GOP members. In condemning Ducey, the party cited the governor's decision to enact emergency orders during the coronavirus pandemic that the committee said are unconstitutional and "restrict personal liberties." Much of the meeting, held indoors at Dream City Church in Phoenix, was largely a pep rally for state

  • Facebook Oversight Board Co-Chair On Determining The Future Of Trump's Accounts

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 08:06:00

    An independent oversight board for Facebook is now determining if Donald Trump will be allowed to return to the company's social media platforms after Facebook indefinitely suspended Trump's accounts following the Jan. 6 insurrection. Facebook referred the decision to the board on Thursday, which Facebook says can make binding decisions that not even CEO Mark Zuckerberg can overturn. Currently, the board consists of 20 members, co-chair Jamal Greene told NPR's All Things Considered , who will break into panels to determine whether the suspension was appropriate and consistent with the company's policies and values. Greene is also a law professor at Columbia Law School. "We draw on both the company's own terms of service, which they refer to as their community standards, and whether they were properly applied, but also Facebook has what are called values," Greene tells NPR. "Voice is one of those values. Safety is one of those values. Dignity is one of those values. And we are also

  • Jonas Gwangwa, South African Musician And Activist, Dies At 83

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 08:00:00

    The great South African trombonist and composer Jonas Gwangwa, who was an ambassador for his country's music around the globe and an advocate against apartheid at home, died today. Gwangwa's death was announced in a statement published on the web site of the presidency of the Republic of South Africa. He was 83 years old. "A giant of our revolutionary cultural movement and our democratic creative industries has been called to rest," the statement from South African President Cyril Ramaphosa reads. "The trombone that boomed with boldness and bravery, and equally warmed our hearts with mellow melody has lost its life force." Jonas Gwangwa was born in Soweto in 1937. He mastered the trombone in his youth, and in the late '50s was a founding member of the pivotal South African group the Jazz Epistles. The ensemble also featured future legends like pianist Abdullah Ibrahim (then known as Dollar Brand), trumpeter Hugh Masekela and alto saxophonist Kippie Moeketsi. Modelled after Art Blakey

  • Lawmakers React As Trump Senate Impeachment Trial Gets Timetable

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 06:39:00

    As the Senate prepares to try former President Donald Trump and potentially bar him from again holding office, some Republican lawmakers criticized the idea of trying an out-of-office president, while Democrats worried about distracting from President Biden's agenda. The single article of impeachment against Trump for inciting the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol is slated to be sent to the Senate Monday. His trial is scheduled to begin the week of Feb. 8 with the full Senate required to meet six days a week until the trial is complete. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., thanked Democrats for agreeing to a delayed start, which will give Trump's defense team time to prepare. The House impeached Trump on Jan. 13 and the trial could have started immediately after that. "Republicans set out to ensure the Senate's next steps will respect former President Trump's rights and due process, the institution of the Senate, and the office of the presidency. That goal has been achieved

  • Mexico's Oscar-Winning Directors Embrace Rise Of Fernando Frías De La Parra

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 05:28:00

    Mexican film directors have enjoyed success at the Academy Awards in recent years. Alfonso Cuarón won an Oscar for directing Gravity in 2014, and for Roma in 2019 . Alejandro González Iñárritu won one in 2015 for directing Birdman and the following year for The Revenant. And Guillermo del Toro won his Oscar for directing The Shape of Water in 2018. Now, the "Tres Amigos," as they're known, may welcome uno más: up-and-coming filmmaker Fernando Frías de la Parra. His film I'm No Longer Here is Mexico's Academy Award entry for Best International Feature Film. The film, also titled Ya No Estoy Aqui, is set in 2010, during a real, but very brief, cultural phenomenon that happened in Monterrey, Mexico. That's when teens in the industrial city's impoverished barrios would hang out in the streets wearing baggy clothes, singing and dancing to nostalgic cumbia music from Colombia. "I wanted to go deeper and understand why they were like dancing the way they dance, dressing the way they dress and

  • Biden Is Catholic. He Also Supports Abortion Rights. Here's What That Could Mean

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 03:53:00

    Joe Biden is only the second Catholic president of the United States. He's also a supporter of abortion rights — a position at odds with official teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. For some Catholic activists, like Marjorie Dannenfelser, Biden's high-profile example of a Catholic who supports abortion rights is troubling. "It's a negative example of a deep and important moral issue that is being debated in this country," she said. For some, a challenge; for others, an opportunity Dannenfelser is president of the Susan B. Anthony List, a group that works to elect national politicians who are opposed to abortion rights and to advocate for laws limiting abortion. She's particularly concerned about Biden's embrace of a broader push among Democrats to repeal the Hyde Amendment , which prohibits federal funding for most abortions. He took that position in 2019, while running for the Democratic presidential nomination, after decades of supporting the amendment . "The church itself has

  • Fauci Relishes A 'Hallelujah' Moment

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 01:54:00

    Dr. Anthony Fauci says letting the science speak on the pandemic got him "into a little bit of trouble" during the Trump administration. President Donald Trump had called the nation's top infectious disease expert part of a group of "idiots" and a "disaster" and suggested that he might fire Fauci after the election, which Trump ended up losing. So, Fauci, President Biden's chief medical adviser on COVID-19, says he rejoiced when the new president declared that "science and truth" would guide the nation's policies on the pandemic. "I said, 'Hallelujah,' you know?" Fauci told NPR's Mary Louise Kelly on Friday. "That's a very liberating feeling, where people don't have to be worried about when you're saying something that you're going to get pushback from your own team," he says. "There never will be pushback on scientific data. The president himself has told us that he wants nothing but the truth based on science and good evidence." Fauci, 80, who was appointed director of the National

  • Who Wants To Be A Billionaire? $1 Billion Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Michigan

    wbgo.org Sunday, 24 January 2021 00:48:00

    It's the kind of purchase many shoppers make on impulse. Eggs, milk, yogurt and — why not? — a lottery ticket. With just six numbers drawn Friday night — 4, 26, 42, 50, 60 and the Mega Ball of 24 — a ticket sold at a Michigan grocery store made somebody one of the richest people in the country. "Someone in Michigan woke up to life-changing news this morning, and Kroger Michigan congratulates the newest Michigan multimillionaire," Rachel Hurst, a regional spokeswoman for the grocery chain, told The Associated Press. Only one person in the entire country picked all the winning numbers for the Mega Millions jackpot. So unlike in other big drawings, they won't have to split the prize. The odds of winning were 1 in 302.5 million. It's the third-largest lotto jackpot in U.S. history. The winner — who purchased the ticket at a Kroger grocery store in the Detroit suburb of Novi — has a choice of whether to split that up into 30 annual installments or to take an upfront cash payment of $776.6

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