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.

Monday, January 20, 2014

Playlist for 1-21-2014 WFCF - Red Jackets Only!

"Untitled" - Evalina Oliveira
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Red Jackets Only show! Only cds/albums with red as the featured (or only) color on the cover get played! The idea for this themed show came from listening to Brad Upton's "Lionheart" album, the artwork thereof being quite red. As always - the theme caused me to examine albums that otherwise don't get much of my attention for whatever reason. I enjoy that, and it adds variety to the broadcast. After finishing the playlist, I discovered a whole bunch more albums with very red artwork, so there will most certainly be a 2nd edition. Meanwhile - enjoy the redness! Listen live Tuesday January 21st from 3-7pm EST on 88.5FM WFCF if you are in the listening area, or online via iHeart by clicking here. See you then - Kendo

Hour One:

Matt Wilson Quartet + John Medeski - "Some Assembly Required" - Gathering Call (2013)

Cheryl Bentyne & Mark Winkler - "This Could Be the Start of Something Big" - West Coast Cool (2013)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Count Basie - "When Sunny Gets Blue" - High Voltage (1970)
arrangements by Chico O'Farrill
photo by Wolfgang Winter

Brad Upton Quartet - "Blues for Hub" - Lionheart (2002)

Stanley Turrentine with Milt Jackson - "Cherry" - Cherry (1972)
CTI Moment

Freddie Hubbard - "Brigitte" - Keep Your Soul Together (1973) CTI Moment

Sonny Rollins - "Afternoon in Paris" - Sonny Rollins & Co 1964 (1964)

Miles Davis - "Budo" - Birth of the Cool (Recorded  64 years ago today on 1-21-1949)

Miles Davis - "Godchild" - Birth of the Cool (Recorded  64 years ago today on 1-21-1949)

Miles Davis - "Jeru" - Birth of the Cool (Recorded  64 years ago today on 1-21-1949)

Miles Davis - "Move" - Birth of the Cool (Recorded  64 years ago today on 1-21-1949)

Hour Two:

Bobby Hutcherson - "Aquarian Moon" - Happenings (1966) - 7:23

Cal Tjader - "My Little Red Book" - Sounds Out Burt Bacharach (1968)

Lee Morgan - "Our Man Higgins" - Cornbread (1965)

Joe Farrell Quartet - "Molten Glass" - Joe Farrell Quartet (1970) CTI Moment

Dexter Gordon - "Don't Explain" - A Swingin' Affair (1962)

Lee Konitz - "Tautology" - Subconscious-Lee (1949)

Charles Lloyd - "Days and Nights Waiting" - In The Soviet Union (1967)

Don Nedobeck - "Milorganite Blues" - Moonlight, Milorganite & You (?)

Airto - "Merry-Go-Round" - Fingers (1973) CTI Moment

Hour Three:

Prestige All Stars - "Velvet Scene" - Modern Jazz Survey (1957) - 4:53

George Benson - "Plum" - Body Talk (1973) CTI Moment

Grant Green - "Walk On By" - Live at Club Mozambique (1971)

Red Garland - "S'Wonderful" - Manteca (1958)

Sybil Gage - "Genuine" - Red (2007)

Brother Jack McDuff - "Haitian Lady" - Walk On By (1966)
Very enjoyable 1966 release with Pat Martino!

John Coltrane - "Countdown" - Giant Steps (1959)

Gonzalo Rubalcaba - "Sandino" - The Blessing (1991)

Lalo  Schifrin - "Tabu" - Black Widow (1975) CTI Moment

Hour Four:

Bobby Hutcherson - "Dark Side, Light Side" - Conception (1979)

Bud Powell - "The Last Time I Saw Paris" - Genius of Bud Powell [Bud Powell's Moods] (1951)

Randy Weston - "Ifrane" - Blue Moses (1972) CTI Moment

Andrew Hill - "Malachi" - Time Lines (2005)   

Ornette Coleman - "Chronology" - The Shape of Jazz to Come (1959)

Randy Johnston - "Humpty Dumpty" - People Music (2011)

Jackie McLean - "Marilyn's Dilemma" - Vertigo (1963) 

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Rene Marie - "C'est Si Bon" - I Wanna Be Evil (2013)

Steve Turre - "Settegast Strut" - The Bones of Art (2013)

One of the reddest! Recorded 1963 but not released until '80!

1 comment:

  1. Some people (including you) are so dedicated to music. It is amusing that how people can find solace in weird places. Wish I was the same.