Jazz Greats Tuesdays on WFCF

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

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Playlist for 5-14-2013 WFCF - Jazz Greats

Classic album cover from today's CTI Moment...

Spent most of the last week in bed, unknown illness, but it takes a lot to keep someone of my disposition in bed. I've already received quite the haul of musical birthday gifts! We heard a few of them today, along with more of our featured album: "Soul Burst" by Cal Tjader. In addition, we heard the entire Prestige 10" of Miles Davis Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn; one of my all time favorites. Thanks for joining me as I convalesced with the very fine 60's and 70's grooves! - DJ Kendo



Hour One:

 Miles Davis – “Seven Steps to Heaven” – Seven Steps to Heaven (Recorded 50 Years Ago Today on 5/14/1963)

Hampton Hawes – “Bach” – Northern Windows (1974) 

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Ed Reed – “It Shouldn’t Happen To a Dream” – The Song Is You (2007)

Stan Getz – “Corcovado” – Getz Au Go Go (1964)

Sonny Stitt – “Cry Me A River” – Turn It On! (1971)


Cal Tjader – “Manteca” – Soul Burst (1966) Featured Album for May

Tim McNamara Quartet – “Funertia” – Earth Sign (2004)

Bobby Timmons – “This Guys In Love With You” – Do You Know The Way? (1968)

Bobby Timmons – “The Spanish Count” – Do You Know The Way? (1968)

Hour Two:

Wes Montgomery – “The Shadow of Your Smile” – Bumpin’ (1965 5 16-20)

Jackie McLean – “Love and Hate” – Destination Out (1963)

Maynard Ferguson – “20, Rue De Madrid” – Octet (1955)

Miles Davis – “Tasty Pudding” – Miles Davis Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn (1953)

Miles Davis – “Floppy” – Miles Davis Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn (1953)

Miles Davis – “Willie the Wailer” – Miles Davis Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn (1953)

Miles Davis – “For Adults Only” – Miles Davis Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn (1953)

Jane Monheit - "Until It's Time For You To Go" - The Heart of the Matter (2013)

Barbara Morrison - "Soft Winds" - A Sunday Kind of Love (2013)

Giocomo Gates - "Four" - Miles Tones (2013)





Hour Three:

Bobby Timmons – “If You Ain’t Got It” – Got To Get It (1967)

Bobby Timmons – “Straight No Chaser” – Got To Get It (1967)

Kenny Burrell – “The Man I Love” - Blue Lights (recorded 55 Years Ago Today on 5/14/1958)

Hampton Hawes – “Black Forest” – Spanish Steps (1968) – 6:04 WFCF Vinyl

Robert Glasper – “Of Dreams to Come” – In My Element (2006)

Cassandra Wilson – “There She Goes” – After the Beginning Again (1992)

David Newman - "Precious Lord" - Lonely Avenue (1972) The 5:50 Gospel Express


Cal Tjader – “It Didn’t End” – Soul Burst (1966) Featured Album for May


Hour Four:


Flip DeBlasio – “Flip Side” – Flip Side (1997)

Johnny Griffen Orchestra – “Panic Room Blues” – The Big Soul Band (1960)

Grant Green – “Walk On By” – Live at Club Mozambique (1971)

Bobby Hutcherson – “Lush Life” – Natural Illusions (1972) WFCF Vinyl

Randy Weston – “Ifrane” – Blue Moses (1972) CTI Moment

Next Collective - "Africa" - Coverart (2013)

Acuña/Hoff/Mathison - "Grande Castelar" - Barxeta (2013)

Jim Snidero - "Fear One" - Stream of Consciousness (2013)

Kyle Eastwood - "For M.E." - The View From Here (2013)



freaky cover to a rather subdued release from Bobby Hutcherson.

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