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12:47 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

Food & Wine Pairing: Café Brazil's Fire Roasted Sandia Chili

Congratulations to Joy Wine and Spirits’ 2014 Chili Cook-Off winner, Café Brazil.  In honor of this win and the Hatch Green Chile season, Tony from Café Brazil is sharing a delicious recipe for brie stuffed sandia chiles on KUVO's Into the Night program on Oct. 23. 

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Music
11:29 am
Thu October 23, 2014

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes: October 23

Jazz Notes  by Norman Provizer

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Music
1:00 pm
Tue October 21, 2014

The Vinyl Vault - Nick Drake

Written by English singer-songwriter Nick Drake around 1969, the song "Riverman" has since been covered by a dozen or so jazz artists - including Andy Bey, Claire Martin, Brad Mehldau and Lee Ritenour, and Kurt Elling, among others - despite Drake never being classified as a jazz artist, though he certainly drew heavily from the jazz influences of his time.

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Music
3:14 pm
Sat October 18, 2014

New Music Monday: Autumn's Multi-Colored Music

The next edition of New Music Monday  features multi-colored music ideal for the multi-colored season of Autumn were in the midst of.

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Jazz on Film
3:16 pm
Fri October 17, 2014

Taking a Bite Out of Crime Jazz: "Anatomy of a Murder"

Jazz has found its way into Hollywood films since the early days of cinema. Big band and swing arrangements fit perfectly with the popularity of musicals, large productions and glamour that were ever-present in the films of the 1930s and 40s. However, by the time the 1950s rolled around a different kind of jazz was capturing the imagination in the country. The popularity of Bebop and Hard Bop and the birth of Cool and West Coast jazz gave filmmakers a totally different set of musical colors and textures to evoke a sense of cool, of grit, and even at times a sense of menace.

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