Chris Barber's Jazz Diaries

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201A01Out Of Time20010129

Chris Barber presents a six-part jazz series.

In this edition, Chris Farlowe talks about life after his No 1 record `Out of Time' and sings with the Jazz and Blues Band.

201A0220010205

Chris Barber presents a six-part jazz series.

In this edition, Mark Knopfler talks about life before, during and after Dire Straits, and joins the Barber Band in the studio.

201A03Yeh, Yeh20010212

Chris Barber presents a six-part jazz series.

In this edition, he talks to Georgie Fame about the `Yeh, Yeh' days, the Flamingo Club and life with a Hammond B3.

201A04Bad Penny Blues20010219

Chris Barber presents a six-part jazz series.

In this edition, Humphrey Lyttelton talks about his hit `Bad Penny Blues', and recordings with some of the jazz greats.

201A0520010226

Chris Barber presents a six-part jazz series.

In this edition, Alan Price talks about his life and music, his music since the Animals and his friendship with Randy Newman

201A06 LAST20010305

Chris Barber concludes a six-part jazz series.

In this edition, Jools Holland talks about his dual life as a performer and presenter.

202A01195420020107

Chris Barber presents a seven-part jazz series recalling significant years in jazz history.

In this first edition, he recalls the initial Barber band recordings in 1954.

202A02195920020114

It is 1959, and John Coltrane and Dave Brubeck release highly influential albums.

202A03193920020121

In 1939, Blue Note Records began by capturing the boogie woogie craze.

202A04193020020128

The year that saw the birth of Ray Charles, Pete Fountain and Chris Barber himself.

202A05192520020204

In 1925, Armstrong made some landmark recordings and the pioneering Hammond Organ maestro Jimmy Smith was born.

202A06192820020211

A great jazz year with Armstrong's `West End Blues' and Goodman's first recording.

202A07 LAST193520020218

The year 1935 saw 52nd Street become the jazz centre of NEW YORK and Billie Holiday make her screen debut.