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 6, 2014

Playlist for 1-7-2014 WFCF - Jazz Greats!


"New Year's Eve" - Manga-Vanda
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We started the New Year on an unusually cold day in St. Augustine FL! No particular agenda or theme, just a lot of good jazz from artists like Nina Simone, Louis Armstrong's Hot Five, Art Farmer and Jim Hall, Thelonious Monk, Larry Coryell & plenty more plus a special 3:15 Jazz Coffee break with a big chunk of vinyl from J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding. Wound up having a few spots with extra time - filled in the gaps with Esquivel, Anita O'day and extra new jazz tracks. Thanks for stopping by! - Kendo
 


Hour One:

Bill O'Connell + The Latin Jazz All-Stars - "The Surrey With the Fringe On Top" - Zocalo (2013)

Nnenna Freelon/ John Brown Big Band - "Baby, It's Cold Outside" - Christmas (2013)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break


J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding - "Let's Get Away from It All" - Trombone for Two

(1955)

J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding - "Goodbye" - Trombone for Two (1955)

J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding - "This Can't Be Love" - Trombone for Two (1955)


Esquivel - "Lullaby of Birdland" - Infinity in Sound Vol. 2

Bridge Quartet - "Strode Rode" - Day (2007)

Nina Simone - "Little Girl Blue" - Little Girl Blue (1957)

Cal Tjader - "Sweet Honeybee" - Hip Vibrations (1967)

Freddie Hubbard - "Take It to the Ozone" - Super Blue (1978)

Gailloreto Quintet - "Come Sunday" - The Insider (2003)

Hour Two:


Wes Montgomery - "Watch What Happens" - A Day in the Life (1967)

Louis Armstrong Hot Five - "Cornet Chop Suey" - (1926)

Sonny Stitt - "Topsy" - Constellation (1972)



Herb Silverstein - "Blues at 75" - Monday Morning (2013)

Cannonball Adderley/Bill Evans - "Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" - Know What I Mean? (1961)

Duke Ellington - "Jack the Bear" - Best of the Centennial Edition (1940)

Ella Fitzgerald - "Cheek to Cheek" - Verve Grammy Winners (comp.)

Roy Haynes - "Sugar Ray" - We Three (1958)

Anita O'Day - "No Moon At All" - Anita (1955)

Foreign Motion in Flight - "Rise Above" - Foreign Motion in Flight (2013)

Dr. Lonnie Smith Octet - "Move Your Hand" - In The Beginning Vol 1 (2012)

Hour Three:

Art Farmer and Jim Hall- "Big Blues" - Big Blues (1978) CTI Moment

Thelonious Monk - "Dinah" - Solo Monk (1964)

John Coltrane - "I Love You" - Lush Life (1957)

Miles Davis - "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" - Seven Steps to Heaven (1963)

Dave Brubeck Quartet - "Trolley Song" - Bossa Nova USA (1963)



Bill Evans - "The Boy Next Door" - At Shelly's Manne-Hole (1963)

Cheryl Bentyne and Mark Winkley - "Senor Blues" - West Coast Cool (2013)

Airto - "San Francisco River" - Fingers (1973) CTI Moment

David Matthews - "Kyrie" - Bach 2000 (2000) - 5:50 Gospel Express

Hour Four:

Grant Green - "Ease Back" - Carryin' On (1969)

Jim Alfredson's Dirty Fingers - "String Bean" - A Tribute to Big John Patton (2013)

Stan Getz - "Sweet Rain" - Sweet Rain (1967)

Scott Sawyer - "Copperhead Stew" - Dreamers (2013)

Larry Coryell - "Spaces (Infinite)" - Spaces (1969)

Tierney Sutton - "Big Yellow Taxi" - After Blue (2013)

Naeko Fukao - "Softly, As In a Morning Sunrise" - Wonderland (2013)

Ian Hendrickson-Smith - "The Sorry For Laughing Blues" - Tonight is Now (2013)

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