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Monday, February 25, 2013

Playlist for 2-26-2013 WFCF - Jazz Greats



New music in my library played today - including Alain Bradette, George Benson & Marlena Shaw! We also continued our exploration of the "Duster" album by the Gary Burton Quartet, and are now 3/4 of the way through it! Pet shout-outs, new CTI moments, a spin of the 78 pictured above and some rare blues vocals by Louis Armstrong. I was a coffee short of real cognicence today, but had fun, especially with the new jazz shelf! - DJ Kendo







Hour One:

Marlena Shaw – “Out of This World” - Dangerous (1996)

Duke Ellington – “Rockin’ in Rhythm” – (1931)

Emilio Reyes – “An Occasional Man” – An Occasional Cha-Cha (1956)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Lighthouse Little Big Band – “Montuniña” – Lighthouse Little Big Band (2012)

Bob Constantino – “All The Things You Are” – Keyboard Expressions

Gary Burton – “General Mojo’s Well Laid Plan” – Duster (1967)


Gary Burton – “One Two, 1-2-3-4” – Duster (1967)

Thelonious Monk – “Criss Cross” – Criss Cross (recorded 50 years ago today on 2/26/1963)

Alain Bradette – “Sitting on the Edge” – State of Mind (2005)

Cal Tjader – “Bilbao Song” – Soul Burst (1966)

Esquire All-American 1946 Award Winners – “Long Long Journey” (1946)

featuring Louis Armstrong – vocal/trumpet, Duke Ellington – piano, Charlie Shavers – trumpet, Jimmy Hamilton – clarinet, Johnny Hodges – alto, Don Byas – tenor, Billy Strayhorn – piano, Remo Palmieri – guitar, Chubby Jackson – bass, Sonny Greer - drums





Hour Two:


Gonzalo Rubalcaba – “El Manicero (Peanut Vendor)” – Supernova (2001)

Wolverine Orchestra - "Tiger Rag" (1924)

George Benson – “I Remember Wes” – Masters of the Guitar (1973) CTI Moment

Chris Potter - "Wayfinder" - The Sirens (2013)

Terri Lyne Carrington - "Money Jungle" - Money Jungle (2013)

Arturo Stable - "Pienso en ti" - Cuban Crosshatching (2013)

Perry Joslin Project - "Where Are We Now?" - It's a Strange Thing (2005)

Houston Person - "Namely You" - Naturally (2012)






Monday, February 18, 2013

Playlist for 2-19-13 WFCF - Jazz Greats - Animals!



Animals!! Themed show this week, all of the song titles have an animal in them. Yeah - it's pretty loose lol, but as always - fun is the point! And fun we had - complete with wolf howls and pet shout-outs. Lots of Miles & Trane - just worked out that way. I'm sorry I didn't get around to the Wolverine Orch. - they'll definitely be on next show. Thank you to the callers with all the neat trivia & info. And thanks to my friends who participated in the pet shouts. I missed a few late additions so there will be more next week. If your pet loves jazz (or you just like pretending he/she does)& wants a shout-out - post his/her name on the Facebook wall . Thanks for listening & stopping by! - DJ Kendo



Hour One:

John Coltrane – Lazybird – Blue Train (1957)

Louis Armstrong Hot 5 – “Muskrat Ramble” (1926)

     3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

     Shelly Manne – “Gazelle” – Vol 1 (4/6/1953)

     Cal Tjader – “Soul Bird (Tin Tin Deo) – Soul Bird (1965)

     Lee Konitz – “Fishin’ Around” – Subconscious-lee (1949)

     Miles Davis – “Drad-Dog” – Someday My Prince Will Come (1961)

Miles Davis – “Bye Bye Blackbird” – Miles and Coltrane (1958)    

Lamberts, Hendricks & Ross – “Little Pony” – Sing a Song of Basie (1957)

Prestige All Stars – “Cat Walk” - Modern Jazz Survey - Baritones And French Horns (1957)
John Coltrane (tenor saxophone) Pepper Adams, Cecil Payne (baritone saxophone) Mal Waldron (piano) Doug Watkins (bass) Art Taylor (drums)

Bill Evans – “The Peacocks” – You Must Believe in Spring (1977)


Hour Two:


Michel Camilo – “Blacky” – Rendezvous (1993)


Eddie Harris – “A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square” - The Tender Storm (1966)


John Coltrane – “The Inchworm” – Coltrane (1962)


Art Pepper – “Junior Cat” – The Trip (1976)

Miles Davis – “The Serpents Tooth” – Collectors Items (1953)

Hampton Hawes – “Bird Song” – Bird Song (1956)


Freddie Hubbard – “Camel Rise” - High Energy (1974)


Gene Ammons – “The Black Cat” – The Black Cat (1970)


Louis Armstrong's Hot 5




 

Monday, February 11, 2013

Playlist for 2-12-13 WFCF - Jazz Greats




Mardi Gras Show! I had even more fun than usual today, lots of New Orleans artists in the mix. CD came in the mail yesterday with some King Oliver & Hot 5 tracks - w00t!
Thanks for tuning in/stopping by! - DJ Kendo



Hour One:

Donald Byrd – “Ghana” – Byrd in Flight (1960)

Sybil Gage – “NOLA Calling” – NOLA Calling (2009)

       3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

       Keely Smith – “Lullaby of the Leaves” – Politely! (1958)
          arranged/conducted by Billy May

       Duke Pearson – “Little Yellow Streetcar” – The Phantom (1968)

       T Monk – “Blue Monk” – Alone in San Francisco (1959)

Al Hirt - “Bourbon Street Parade” – Al Hirt at the Mardi Gras (1962)

John Coltrane – “Mr. Syms” – Coltrane Plays the Blues (1960)

King Oliver & His Dixie Syncopators - "Showboat Shuffle" (1927)

Stanley Turrentine – “Introspection” – Cherry (1972) CTI Moment

Louis Armstrong – “Blueberry Hill” – Live at the 1958 Monterey Jazz Festival (1958)



Hour Two:

Count Basie – “Laura” – Hollywood Basie’s Way (1966)

Miles Davis – “All Blues” - My Funny Valentine Vol 1 (recorded 49 Years Ago Today 2/12/1964)

Jack McDuff – “Oblighetto” – Moon Rappin’ (1969)

Gerry Niewood – “No Long Goodbye” – Share My Dream (1985)

Jack Pierson – “Sleepy Time Gal” - Live in the City (2012)

Negroni's Trio - "On The Way" - On The Way (2012)

Wynton Marsalis – “Aural Oasis” – Black Codes from the Underground (1985)

New Orleans Rhythm Kings - "Bugle Call Rag" (1922)

Rez Abbasi Trio - "Divided Attention" - Continuous Beat (2012)

Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Big Band - "Funquiado" - ¡Ritmo! (2012 - Latin Jazz Grammy winner!)






Monday, February 4, 2013

Playlist for 2-5-2013 WFCF - Jazz Greats


Tunes I've been wanting to share for a while by Jack McDuff, Dexter Gordon and the Yellowjackets; and many artists new to the show, like BandAdriatica, Joe Roccisano & Julie London. Accidentally played 2 Stan Getz tracks...and loved it! Thanks for tuning in/stopping by - DJ Kendo



Hour One:

Jack McDuff – “With The Wind” – Gin and Orange (1969) Joe Dukes - drums!

Jacky Terrasson - "Morning" - Push (2009)

3:15 Jazz Coffee Break


       Yellowjackets – “Turn in Time” – Dreamland (1995)

       Julie London – “Cry Me a River” – Julie Is Her Name
       (1955)
Barney Kessel – guitar, Ray Leatherwood – bass

       Don Nedobeck – “A Smo-ooo-th One” – Some of Your
       Favorites (2002)


Flora Purim – “Colo de Rio” – Rhythmstick (1989) CTI Moment - with Phil Woods, Art Farmer, Bob Berg & Romero Lubambo

Joe Lovano Us FIVE - "In A Spin" - Cross Culture (2013)

Joe Roccisano – “Mr. Day”- Nonet (1998)

Cal Tjader – “Insight” – Soña Libré (1963) Clare Fischer - piano







Hour Two:

Dexter Gordon – “Le Coiffeur” – Getting’ Around (1965)


LaVerne Butler – “I’ve Told Every Little Star” – Love Lost and Found Again (2012)

Jill Allen (Wofsey) – “I’m Flying” – I’m Flying (2002)


Gigi Gryce/Donald Byrd  - “Sans Souci” - Jazz Lab (recorded 56 Years Ago Today 2/5/1957)

James Moody – “Tico Tico” – Everything You’ve Always Wanted To Know… (comp.)

BandAdriatica – “Valzebu’” – Arriva la banda! (2012)


Stan Getz – “I Wish I Knew” - Pure Getz (recorded 31 Years Ago Today 2/5/1982)

Stan Getz - "Sippin At Bells" - Pure Getz (1982)

Pete Escovedo - "Dance" - Live From Stern Grove (2012)


BandAdriatica