‘The Jazz Show’ On Delux Radio

With Robin Phillips

Scheduled on

Tuesday 8:00 pm 10:00 pm
Friday 8:00 pm 10:00 pm

'The Jazz Show' On Delux Radio

'The Jazz Show With Robin Phillips' - A passionate and informative celebration of jazz across the ages.

 

‘The Jazz Show with Robin Phillips’ is our new flagship jazz show. In these shows Robin will share his love of this complex and varied genre, taking his audience on a voyage of discovery whilst keeping them warmed by familiar jazz classics. See the bottom of this page for listening back to previous shows on demand and for full interviews in podcast format.

His shows feature a fantastic collection of ‘backstage with…’ interviews with jazz musicians from the London scene and around the world, all sharing their own histories, music, recommendations, and musical passions.

Robin gives us an insight into his own favourite classic jazz albums with his ‘my vinyl collection’ sections, dropping the needle on his own personal collection of jazz records, reading from the liner notes, and picking out his favourite tracks.

He also shares his recommendations of books and films on jazz, helping his audience dive deeper if they desire.

Shows will feature music from classic artists such as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Frank Sinatra, John Coltrane, Oscar Peterson, and Nat King Cole, to the contemporary musicians leading the genre today.

Robin also welcomes emails with questions and suggestions, including requests and dedications.

Feel free to get in touch with Robin by clicking here.

If you do contact Robin, please take the chance to shape future shows by answering some or all of the following questions when you contact us.

– What is your all time favourite jazz album/artist?

– Who was the first artist that turned you on to jazz?

– Which jazz artist would you like to hear more of, learn more about?

– What’s the best jazz gig you’ve ever been to?

– What’s your favourite jazz club (anywhere in the world)?

LISTEN AGAIN ON DEMAND

Previous shows and full interviews with content that didn’t make the aired show:

Show five! First broadcast on Friday 16th April 2021, featuring an interview with UK-born but now NYC-based jazz bassist Mark Lewandowski.
Film of the week: ‘Lush Life’
Double Take track: ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’.

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The fourth show from Robin Phillips first broadcast on 9th April 2021, featuring an interview with Australian jazz vocalese expert Anita Wardell.
Film of the week: ‘But Beautiful’ by Geoff Dyer
Double Take track: ‘I’m In The Mood For Love’.

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The full interview with Australian jazz singer Anita Wardell, including content that didn’t make the broadcast show. In this interview Robin and Anita discuss their love of vocalese and scat singing and how it helps singers to be free on stage and communicate their feelings.

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The third show from Robin Phillips first broadcast on 2nd April 2021, featuring an interview with UK jazz pianist Jason Rebello.
Vinyl selection of the week: Sammy Davis jr ‘Sounds Of ’66’.
Book choice: ‘Why Me?’ by Sammy Davis jr.

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The full interview with UK jazz pianist Jason Rebello from ‘The Jazz Show With Robin Phillips’ on Delux Radio, with content that didn’t make the aired show, including a conversation about the current recording industry model of streaming and artist remuneration.

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Show 2 features an interview with saxophonist Brandon Allen and new regular sections called ‘Double Take’ and ’60 Seconds With Sebastian Scotney’ from LondonJazz, and music by Bill Henderson, King Pleasure, Dinah Washington, Wayne Shorter, Frank Sinatra, George Benson, and Kyle Eastwood.

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Hear the full 73 minute interview with Harry Connick jr’s long-term trumpeter Leroy Jones from New Orleans.

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Show 1 features an interview with New Orleans trumpeter Leroy Jones, who played for Harry Connick Jr for over 20 years, and music from Jason Rebello, Herbie Hancock, Ella Fitzgerald, and Terence Blanchard.

 


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