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, 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




 

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