Jazz Greats Tuesdays on WFCF

"Jazz Greats" every Tuesday from 3-7pm Eastern on WFCF 88Five St. Augustine! From seriously ancient to just-released, from the obscure & forgotten to household names - but always tasty! There's a slight emphasis on 60's & 70's jazz (always a track from CTI) with a few tablespoons of fun & local flavor thrown in. Click here to listen online!

Also check out Palm Coast Jazz, a podcast I co-host filled with splendid original jazz from Florida musicians! My syndicated show "Kendo's Jazz Sampler" is on hiatus since I've become jazz director at WFCF.

Song titles with an asterisk are "currents" at the time of airplay.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Playlist for 6-25-12 WFCF

So my first time on the air (as a dj) went pretty well! Nervous, but I got the job done - with a little Kenny style. Once I get to know the ropes more it should be more fun to listen to. Below is the music I programmed from 3pm - 5pm on WFCF St. Augustine 88Five.


  1. Jazz Samba Project - E Luxo So*
  2. Steve Kuhn -  Permanent Wave*
  3. Brian Bromberg - Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?*
  4. Piero Odorici w/ Cedar Walton Trio - If I Should Love You*
  5. Hubert Laws - Black Eyed Peas and Rice
  6. Arturo Sandoval - Birk's Works*
  7. Freddie Hubbard - Fantasy in D
  8. Zach Bartholomew Trio - Lover's Lament
  9. Herb Silverstein & Friends - A French Wedding
  10. Art Farmer w/ Yusef Lateef - Flute Song
  11. Jill (Allen) Wofsey - I'm Flying
  12. Bill Evans - Gloria's Step**
  13. Pointer Sisters - Cloudburst
  14. Michael Petrovich - San Juan Nights
  15. Miles Davis - Floppy
  16. Don Durkee Trio - Another Groove
  17. Bill Evans Trio - Jade Visions**
  18. Cal Tjader - Afro Blue



* - selections from the new jazz bin at WFCF

** - featured album "Sunday at the Village Vanguard" recorded on this date 51 years ago (June 25th, 1961). The Bill Evans Trio played 5 one-hour sets that day, the last of a 2 week engagement equally billed with Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. The recordings were culled from all the sets. Ten days later Scott LaFaro crashed into a tree heading upstate NY and died instantly. The 2 selections played today were his brilliant compositions.

My next time on the air will be a classical slot on July 4th from 11am to 1pm - I'll be celebrating this awesome holiday with music by American composers - like Gottschalk, Gershwin, Grofé, Copland, Antheil, Reich, Bernstein and more!

If you want to stay abreast of my doings, my twitter is @DJKendo1.

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