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Classic Marat - Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain

Gill Evans (Arranger and and Conductor) and Miles Davis (Trumpet) broke BIG with "Sketches of Spain" in 1960. This album is one of the finest American examples of 'Third Stream' (Orchestral Jazz).

58:47 minutes (80.72 MB)

JP Marat - Handel's Messiah

Happy Holidays to those of every religion . . . or no religion at all. This Christmas Eve we present "Handel's Messiah Parts 1 & 2" (including the Hallelujah Chorus). Stay warm, safe and happy . . . while remembering . . . and working to help . . . those who are not . . .

59:58 minutes (82.35 MB)

Classic Marat - Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderly, Bill Evans and friends explore modal jazz in "Kind of Blue." This sublime composition from 1959 is widely recognized as one of the best selling, most respected Jazz albums of all time.

49:15 minutes (67.64 MB)

JP Marat - Muslim In America - Women of Noor Mosque

This is the first installation of a new radio series I'm producing for WCRS FM in Columbus, Ohio. It is entitled "Muslim in America." During this first show we meet three very intelligent, highly articulate Muslim women who are members of the Noor Mosque in Hillard. The soundtrack includes: "Al-Khaliq" from "I look I See" written by Rashid A. Zika and performed by Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) and the Islamic Children's Choir. Also included are "All of the Prophets" featuring Zain Bhikha, Yusuf Islam and the Islamic Children's Choir. The final track is one of my favorite Yusuf Islam songs namely "Heaven / Where True Love Goes."

41:02 minutes (56.37 MB)
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