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First Listen: The Jazz Professors - Do That Again

Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”

Your First Listen for this Friday belongs to an album that comes to us from the University of Central Florida  Faculty of Music, it’s the Jazz Professors, literally, with their second release called Do That Again.

First Listen: Patricia Barber - Devil's Food

Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”

This week's First Listen, belongs to Patricia Barber.

First Listen: Jill Barber - Chansons

Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”

Inspired by her growing French speaking fan base, Jill Barber enrolled in a French immersion school in the south of France, delved into the beautiful playful world of French tunes recorded in the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s and dedicated time to recording her latest album Chansons.

First Listen: Terri Lyne Carrington - Money Jungle

Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”.

Your first listen this week belongs to drummer, composer and educator Terri Lyne Carrington and her brand new album Money Jungle Provocative in Blue, the follow up to her Grammy winning Mosaic Project.

First Listen: Joe Bowden - Off Groove

Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you. It’s called your “First Listen”

A lot of releases from high profile souls passed thru the music office this week, however we were gratefully caught off guard by the phone calls and the paperwork and the paper envelopes of one Joe Bowden and of course Joe’s rhythmic music.

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