18 May 2024


From Inside Out, 5:01 pm on 18 May 2024
A tree in a fort in Lahore, Pakistan, backlit by the late sunset

Photo: Nismah99


Jazz musicians often explore their own identity through their music. Nick looks at the connection between jazz and whakapapa through the music of Harry Harrison, Jasmine Lovell-Smith, Umar Zakaria, and Mark de Clive-Lowe.


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# Artist: Song: Composer: Album Label: Duration:
1 Nathan Haines During Days Like This Haines Shift Left Polydor 04:02
2 Harry Harrison  Cascade Harrison A Sense of Place private 04:25
3 Harry Harrison  A Sense of place Harrison A Sense of Place private 05:12
4 Mark de Clive-Lowe Memories of Nanzenji De Clive-Lowe Heritage Ropeadope 06:50
5 Umar Zakaria Masri Zakaria Fearless Music Skydeck 06:00
6 Jasmine Lovell-Smith's Towering Poppies Familia Lovell-Smith Yellow Red Blue private 06:29
7 Mike Nock Land of the Long White Cloud Nock Ondas ECM 07:58
8 Dog Homeschooled Field No Dogs Allowed Rattle 11:24

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