The Jazz Vibrations of Victor Lewis (E33). Our host, PJ Ewing, sees a jazz show in Manhattan e voilá... we have a radio show.
I focus on one artist. It could be one song or a body of work. An album or greatest hits. The point of these shows is do dig deep into what makes the music work so well, be it melody, style, lyrics, emotion or other contributing factors.
When Heaven Comes (E30) - a world premiere song from LA-based singer-songwriter-producer Alicia Nicole. On LTNF.
Sean Cochran loves Phish so much he was willing to contribute tons of time and energy to make this show simply amazing. This LTNF episode is well worth hearing.
We have the gift of music chosen for us by singer, songwriter and enchantress, Lily Frost.
First the echo and then the whisper, and then it can almost, just possibly, audibly be made out clearly.... shhh... phshs... pHisH... Phish... PHISH... PHISH... PHISH!!!!
Remember your college music? Of course you do. Music, dating, parties, dancing, hanging out, doing things for the first time, making new friend... that's college.
Ciao! Chick Corea. Part Three of our three-part series. And yes... I'll say it and mean it. It is a "sweet sorrow" to finish this project.
Mellow and Brilliant: Piano-works. The Children’s Songs. Works with Pat Metheny, Gary Burton, Herbie Hancock. We are fascinated with the subtlety of Chick Corea at the keyboard.
Thank you Ryan Reed and the New York Times for a fabulous Chick Corea playlist. We dive deep, and explore the tracks in part one of a three part series on the late, great jazz piano man, Chick Corea
Synth Pop. New Wave. The mid-80's. Germany. Trevor Horn. That pretty much says it all. Add in a dash of Edgar Allen Poe... and you have the full picture of…
The Show The Playlist Our special treat this week is the debut of a new artist, Malka Russell. Malka delivers three lovely tracks from her first EP entitled Hey Child.…
Something New. Something Familiar. Genius at work. The Avalanches We Will Always Love You.
Childhood Simplicity. First Loves. Long Summers. Tree Houses. Street Songs. The memories of someone else's young life.
Twice 5 Miles interviews PJ Ewing, host of Lester the Nightfly.
Since I Left You is the debut studio album by Australian electronic music group the Avalanches, released on 27 November 2000.
A New Year Celebration at the Cafe Carlyle with Bobby Short.
These two Austrians were the essence of cool... and you could not walk around a major city in the world without hearing their ever present Sessions record. Kruder & Dorfmeister.