Gilles Peterson Summer Jazz Mix

August 22nd, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

Who doesn´t know about Gilles Peterson? For those who really don´t here´s a small introduction i found at his website:

“Music lover, record collector, DJ, broadcaster… Perhaps most famous for his much loved genre-exploding radio shows on BBC Radio 1 (and 17 other stations around the world including Japan’s leading commercial station J-Wave), Gilles’ insatiable appetite for new music undoubtedly lies at the heart of his success. Worldwide is 10 years young and fresher than ever – a benchmark for broadcasters the world over; global demand for his DJ sets is at an all-time high; the mighty Worldwide Festival (held annually in France and Singapore) curated by GP just gets better and better; and as for his record label Brownswood Recordings? Well, it just goes from strength to strength.”

Gilles great shows on BBC Radio 1 and his eclectic podcasts have been crossing my path many times and it was always a pleasure. Now, i do have a strong focus on electronic music in this Blog but this is great for a change!
Jazz..for those summer nights that are hopefully still to come.

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Read and hear all about Gilles on his website

Tracklist after the jump.

1. Tony Fruscella – ‘I’ll be seeing you’
2. Sarah Vaughn = ‘My Favourite Things’
3. Jazz Quintet 60 – ‘More Peace’
4. Mal Waldron Sextet – ‘Portrait of a young mother’
5. Reggie Moore – ‘Collage’
6. Sonny Red – ‘Love Song’
7. Grachan Monur iii – ‘Angela’s Angel 1′
8. Ahmed Abdul Malik – ‘Nights On Saturn’
9. Sam Rivers -’ Tranquility’
10. Sun Ra & his Astro Solar Infinity Arkestra – ‘Love in Outer Space’
11. Bob Dorough – ‘Better Than Anything’
12. Khan Jamal – ‘Theme for Winnie Mandela’
13. Hidden Track – Who knows it???

via gillespetersonworldwide

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