In RECOLLECT, Blue Engine Records takes some of the world's greatest jazz musicians on record shopping sprees, digging up forgotten favorites and certified classics in the process. Go behind the recording process with the artists who know it best and learn the stories behind your favorite albums from the musicians who heard them firsthand.
In this episode, trumpeter INGRID JENSEN digs through some classics by one of her mentors, Clark Terry; reveals how Louis Armstrong records served as her substitute daycare growing up; and talks about the importance of listening to music with loved ones. Plus, "Splanky"!
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