Night Train | Best of 2018

Dec 26, 2018

Monday through Thursday nights, it’s the best in jazz on Night Train, hosted by KMUW’s Chris Heim. From classic artists and recordings to today’s emerging artists and most intriguing new releases - along with specials, in-depth features, jazz concert highlights and more - Night Train will take you to the best of “America’s classical music.”   

Night Train Best of 2018  

NEW ALBUMS

  1. Ben Allison – Quiet Revolution (Sonic Camera)
  2. Aaron Goldberg – At the Edge of the World (Sunnyside)
  3. Stefon Harris + Blackout – Sonic Creed (Motema)
  4. Brad Mehldau Trio – Seymour Reads the Constitution (Nonesuch)
  5. Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette – After the Fall (ECM)
  6. Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau – Long Ago and Far Away (Impulse)
  7. Bill Anschell – Shifting Standards (Origin)
  8. Steve Hobbs – Tribute to Bobby (Challenge)
  9. Alfredo Rodriguez – The Little Dream (Mack Avenue)
  10. Tim Warfield – Jazzland (Criss Cross)
  11. Eddie Palmieri – Full Circle (Uprising/Ropeadope)
  12. Kurt Elling – The Questions (OKeh)
  13. Cyrus Chestnut – Kaleidoscope (Hight Note)
  14. Ted Nash Quintet – Live at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola (Plastic Sax)
  15. David Hazeltine – The Time Is Now (Smoke Sessions)
  16. Dongfeng Liu – China Caribe (Zoho)
  17. Kevin Connor and Swing 3PO – Doin’ the New Lowdown (Kevin Connor)
  18. Jambalaya Brass Band – Habana to New Orleans (890 West Music)
  19. Charles Lloyd & the Marvels + Lucinda Williams – Vanished Gardens (Blue Note)
  20. Jim Snidero & Jeremy Pelt – Jubilation! (Savant)
  21. Allan Harris – The Genius of Eddie Jefferson (Resilience Music)
  22. Lewis Porter – Beauty and Mystery (Altrisuoni)
  23. Gregory Lewis – Organ Monk Blue (Gregory Lewis)
  24. Ben Paterson – Live at Van Gelder’s (Cellar Live)
  25. Michika Fukumori – Piano Images (Summit)

REISSUES/COMPILATIONS/HISTORIC

  1. Errol Garner – Nightconcert (Mack Avenue)
  2. Miles Davis & John Coltrane - The Final Tour: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 6 (Columbia/Legacy)
  3. John Coltrane – Both Directions at Once (Impulse)
  4. Grant Green – Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes 1969-1970 (Resonance)
  5. Hot Club of San Francisco – 30 Years (Hot Club)