PODCAST INTERVIEW: The Jean-Pierre Leloir Jazz Images LP and CD collection (with *cute* cat intervention)

Duke Ellington - Festival Session
Discussed at [2:30] in the podcast interview

A collection of jazz LP and CD re-issues, featuring the photography of Jean-Pierre Leloir, has just been released under the generic title "Jazz Images". Sebastian interviewed ANDREW CARTMEL, author of "The Vinyl Detective". In the picture Andrew is holding a copy of "Little Girl Blue" by Nina Simone. Audio production was by HARRY JONES:

PODCAST:


LINKS - The entire collection listed at Discovery Records 
Jazz Images Records website

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SYNOPSIS OF PODCAST INTERVIEW

0:00 Describing the concept

1:15 Sound quality

1:30 Jean-Pierre Leloir and his photographic style / strengths

2:30 Introducing Duke Ellington – Festival Session from 1959
“a handsome package”

4: 16 MUSIC EXTRACT: Perdido

5:56 Introduction to Sidney Bechet / Martial Solal - Together

7:20 MUSIC EXTRACT : Rose Room

8: 40 Intro to Bill Evans – Waltz for Debby

[10:00 Soulful intervention by Andrew Cartmel’s Cat Jade bemoaning the cost of Bill Evans on original vinyl]

12:14 MUSIC EXTRACT: My Foolish Heart

14:15 Discussion of the merits of a series which sets out to be different from the originals . “A sound move.”

15:41 Nina Simone, swimming pools, the South of France and all that...

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