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. Former host/creator of syndicated show "Kendo's Jazz Sampler".

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

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Playlist for 7-2-2013 WFCF - Jazz Greats America Show

"Western Blues" - Danea Fidler
oil painting
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This week's show has an American theme, since Independence Day is upon us; one of my favorite holidays! Songs will either have an Americana feel to them, or be named after locations in our beautiful country. I had to narrow down from a whole bunch of selections to fit into the allotted time, so expect another "American" show in the future! Festivities begin Tuesday 7/2/13 from 3-7pm Eastern. You can listen online here. See you then! - Kendo

Below are Amazon links to a few selections featured in the show that have a distinctly American feel to them!

Hour One:

Jack Wilkins – “Song of the Anvil” – The Blue & Green Project (2011)

Gerry Mulligan – “Carson City Stage” - Lee Konitz Plays With The Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1953)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

John Coltrane – “Central Park West” – Coltrane’s Sound (1960)

Cal Tjader – “Key Largo” – Demasiado Caliente (1960)

Kenyon Hopkins – “Santa Monica Blues” – The Yellow Canary (1963)

Jamie Ousley – “Pasaje Tennessee” – Back Home ()

Ray Guiser – “Access Highway” – Macroism (2001)

Thelonious Monk – “We See” – Thelonious Monk Quintet (1954)

Sonny Rollins – “Way Out West” – Way Out West (1957)

The Rainmakerz – “Melbourne Beach” – Rainmakerz (2011)

Hour Two:

Les Brown and His Band of Reknown – “St Louis Blues” – Digital Swing (1986)

Michel Camilo – “Uptown Manhattan” – On Fire (1989)

Cannonball Adderley/John Coltrane – “Wabash” – Cannonball  & Coltrane (1959)

Jamie Ousley – “Rocky Top” – A Sea of Voices (2012)

Count Basie/Duke Ellington – “Louisiana” – Count Meets Duke

Thelonious Monk – “Bright Mississippi” – Monk’s Dream (1962)

Duke Ellington – “East Saint Louis Toodle-o” – Centennial (1927)

George Benson - "Route 66" - Inspiration (2013)

C├ęcile McLorin Salvant - "St. Louis Girl" - Woman Child (2013)

Kermit Ruffins - "When It's Sleepy Time Down South" - We Partyin' Traditional Style (2013)

"Thank Your Lucky Stars" - John Baccile

See more amazing photography at the artist's website

Hour Three:

Wayne Shorter – “Chief Crazy Horse” – Adam’s Apple (1966)

Gene Krupa - "Massachusetts" (1942)

Bill Evans – “The Washington Twist” – Empathy (1962)

Joe Harnell – “Lullabye of Broadway” – The Sound of the Asphalt Jungle (1961)

Dexter Gordon – “Autumn in NY” – Daddy Plays the Horn (1955)

Cal Tjader – “America” – West Side Story (1960)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk – “Echoes of Primitive Ohio and Chili Dogs” – The Case of the Three-Sided Dream (1975)

Randy Johnston – “Garden State” – People Music (2011)

Sonny Stitt & Gene Ammons – “John Brown's Body” – Boss Tenors in Orbit (1962) 5:50 Gospel Express

Hour Four:   

Anita O’Day – “Slaughter on 10th Ave” – Incomparable! (1960)

Thelonious Monk – “Carolina Moon” – Blue Note (1952)

Grant Green – “Red River Valley” – Goin’ West (1962)

George Benson – “California Dreamin’” – White Rabbit (1971) CTI Moment

Bud Powell – “Dewey Square” – Bud Plays Bird (1958)

Concord Jazz All-Stars – “America, The Beautiful” – At The Northsea Jazz Festival Vol 1 (1981)

Aaron Diehl - "Moonlight in Vermont" - The Bespoke Man's Narrative (2013)

Jack McDuff – “Georgia on My Mind” – Check This Out (1972)

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