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Paddy Haughton

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The Jazz Train Team: Paddy Haughton bought his first jazz record around 1957!!

A confirmed jazz nut, he enjoys everything from the legacy of New Orleans to the new music of the 21st Century.

Pete Webster likes to play different kinds of Jazz and explore the overlaps and contrasts of different genres; Soul, Electronic, African, Old School, neglected, brand new etc etc…………….and to keep trying to sort out whether Jazz is for listening to or dancing to!

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Playlist for JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 6th November 2017

JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 6th November 2017 – “Stardust”: Selected Long Tracks Artist –         Title –                Album –       Label –         Recorded / Released Lionel Hampton – “Stardust” – Stardust – Gene Norman Presents The Lionel Hampton All Stars (1947) – …

Playlist for Jazz Train with Paddy Haughton – 23rd October 2017

Playlist for : JAZZ TRAIN with Paddy Haughton – 23rd October 2017 – New release & re-releases 2017 Artist –         Title –                Album –       Label –         Recorded / Released   Wynton Marsalis – “Night Train (excerpt)” – Big Train – …

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