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Monday, March 18, 2013

Playlist for 3-19-2013 WFCF - Jazz Greats

This album definitely has some moments and features vocals/piano by Scatman John.

Revenge of the saxophone players on this week's show: Stanley Turrentine, Joe Farrell, Bunky Green, Joe Henderson, Jackie McLean, Wayne Shorter and even Johnny Hodges! The mix was evened out with plenty from the new jazz shelf and some hard swingin' by vocalist Marlena Shaw. Thanks for tuning in/stopping by! - DJ Kendo


 Hour One:

Stanley Turrentine – “Speedball” – Cherry (1972)

Marlena Shaw – “You’re My Everything” – Dangerous (1996)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Charles Mingus – “Goodbye Porkpie Hat” – Mingus Ah Um (1959)

Herbie Mann - "Frenesi" - Winners All! Downbeat (?)

Wynton Kelly - "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me" - Kelly Blue (recorded 54 Years Ago Today on 3/19/1959)   

Bunky Green – “East & West” – Places We’ve Never Been (1979)
Bunky (as), Randy Brecker (t), Albert Dailey (p), Eddie Gomez (b), Freddie Waits (d)

Johnny Hodges - "Day Dream" - Best of the Duke Ellington Centenial Edition (1940)

Joe Henderson – “Pfrancing” – So Near, So Far (1992)

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

Hour Two:

Gabriel Vivas – “Black & Blue – Berries” – Ninth Life (2012)

Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet - "Blues Can Be Abstract, Too" - In a World of Mallets (2013)

Jackie McLean – “Five Will Get you Ten” – A Fickle Sonance (1961)

Charles Lloyd - "Jumping the Creek" - Jumping the Creek (2004)

Molly Holm - "Straight, No Chaser" - Permission (2013)

Clark Woodard - Joe Farrell – “Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise” - Clark Woodard - Joe Farrell (1984)

Wayne Shorter - "Orbits" - Without a Net (2013)

Chick Corea – “Friends” – Friends (1978)

Gabriel Vivas

Below are purchase links for randomly selected albums from the playlist for your convenience. Please note, the Stanley Turrentine link is for vinyl - although you can find a cd link once you click the green text. :)

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