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It's raining Bills . . . who play jazz, and the boys have bucketfuls of insights about each and every William.
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Five releases from the short-lived Beehive label bring be-bop goodness to the bastards.
A mix of old and new releases, from the obscure to the obscurer.
Clarinetist Sam Sadigursky is the special guest and the line up is eclectic.
It's an all mallets and metal podcast, as the boys discuss four very different vibists.
It's a Zappa-rific episode as two perfectly Frank and two cover albums get the spotlight.
Pat takes a half-hour to share his take on this year's Chicago Jazz Fest.
Wayne Shorter's epic release Emanon is the centerpiece of a discussion of ambitious, third-stream leaning jazz releases.
Guitarists are the focus today - and some of them sling more strings than others.
Jazz "concept" albums are the focus on the episode, as the boys wonder if such things exist, and, if they do, if Pat could recognize one in dark alley.