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. Click here to listen online!

Also check out Palm Coast Jazz, a podcast I co-host filled with splendid original jazz from Florida musicians! My syndicated show "Kendo's Jazz Sampler" is on hiatus since I've become jazz director at WFCF.

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

Monday, June 9, 2014

Playlist for 6-10-14 WFCF - Jazz Greats!


"Jazzy Space" - Max Tellefsen
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Yeah, I got obscene amounts of music for this past birthday. We'll listen to 27 selections from 27 of those albums, as well as some new jazz releases. New to the show include "Capuchin Swing" by Jackie McLean, "Our Man in Paris" by Dexter, and some neat-o material from Kenyon Hopkins (with Teo Macero on sax/clarinet). There will be inordinate amounts of hard bop on this show, all of it top-notch. Tune in Tuesday 6/10 from 3-7pm eastern. Come say hi on the Facebook page, too! Til then! - Kendo



 
Hour One:

Louis Hayes - "Soul-Leo" - Return of the Jazz Communicators (2013)
a fine set!


Riverside - "The Train and the River" - Riverside (2013)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Hank Mobley - "Bossa De Luxe" - Hi Voltage (1967)

Cal Tjader - "The Night We Called It a Day" - Cal Tjader Quartet (1956)

[music behind announcements: Henri Rene - "Hansel and Pretzel" - Riot in Rhythm (1958)]

Wes Montgomery - "The End of a Love Affair" - Wes Montgomery Trio (1959)


Miles Davis - "No Blues" - In Person - Friday Night at the Black Hawk (1961)

Gabor Szabo - "Autumn Leaves/Speak to Me of Love" - Spellbinder (1966)

Roland Kirk - "Mystical Dreams" - Rip, Rig and Panic (1965)

Paul Desmond/Gerry Mulligan - "The Way You Look Tonight" - Two of a Mind (1962)

Hour Two:


Sonny Rollins - "Wail March" - Vol. 2 (1957)
Dexter!


Gary Burton/Keith Jarrett - "Grow Your Own" - Gary Burton/Keith Jarrett (1970)

Carmen McRae - "It's Over Now" - Carmen Sings Monk (1988)

J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding - "Theme from 'Picnic'" - The Great Kai & J.J. (1960)

Art Blakey - "Hank's Symphony" - Jazz Messengers (1956)

Art Pepper - "Here's That Rainy Day" - Tokyo Debut (1977)

Jack McDuff - "Dig Cousin Will" - Prelude (1963)

Bria Skonberg - "Three Little Words/Sir Duke" - Into Your Own (2014)

Matt Garrison - "How Can I Be Sure" - Patchwork (2012)

[music behind announcements: Gary McFarland - "God Only Knows" (1968)]

Hour Three:

Wayne Shorter - "Go" - Schizophrenia (1967)

Milt Jackson - "Olinga" - Olinga (1974) CTI Moment

Curtis Stigers - "Hooray for Love" - Hooray for Love (2013)

[music behind announcements - "Crazy Rhythm" - History of Space Age Pop]

Kenyon Hopkins - "Overture" - Rooms (1962)

Kenyon Hopkins - "Dreams" - Rooms (1962)

Duke Jordan - "Flight to Jordan" - Flight to Jordan (1960)
it sounds like it looks!


Sonny Stitt - "Fine and Dandy" -  (1950)

Dexter Gordon - A Night in Tunesia" - Our Man in Paris (1963)

Harvey Mason - "Black Frost" - Chameleon (2013)

Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra - "Mad Hatter" - The Offense of the Drum" (2013)

Hour Four:

Roland Kirk - "Why Don't They Know" - Now Please Don't You Cry Beautiful Edith (1967)

Don Sebesky - "Moon Dreams" - The Rape of El Morro (1974) CTI Moment

Zoot Sims & Al Cohn - "The Red Door" - Zoot Sims All Stars with Kai Winding (1948)

Lee Morgan - "Hocus Pocus" - The Sidewinder (1963)

Thelonious Monk - "Monk's Mood" - Genius of Modern Music Vol 1 (1947)

Monty Alexander - "People Make the World Go Round" - Harlem-Kingston Express Vol 2 (2013)

Jackie McLean - "Capuchin Swing" - Capuchin Swing (1960)

Antonio Adolfo - "Cuera" - Rio, Chorro, Jazz... (2013)

[music behind announcements "Punctuated Performance" - History of Space Age Pop Vol 3]

Herbie Hancock - "Dolphin Dance" - Maiden Voyage (1965)

easy to lose yourself in this one...







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