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Monday, September 28, 2015

Playlist for 9--29-2015 WFCF - Good Stuff!

"Tiny Birdie #3" - PhotonLights
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Lot's of show favorites on this week's edition of Jazz Greats! Jack McDuff, Bobby Hutcherson, Dexter Gordon, Sonny Rollins, Gary Wofsey; along with  CTI selections from Randy Weston & Paul Desmond! Plenty of new jazz slots and a few surprises! Tune in via iHeart by clicking here, and say hi on Twitter or Facebook! Tune in Tuesday 9/29 from 3-7pm. See you then!

Hour One:

John Scofield - "Chap Dance" - Past Present (2015)

John Pizzarelli - "Junk" - Midnight McCartney (2015)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Carol Saboya, Antonio Adolfo & Hendrik Meurkins - "The Girl from Impanema"
very lovely album - great Brazilian!
- Copa Village (2015)

Carol Saboya, Adolfo Adolfo & Hendrik Meurkins - "Copa Village" - Copa Village (2015)

Diana Krall - "I'm Just a Lucky So and So" - Stepping Out (1993)

Sonny Rollins - "The Bridge" - The Bridge (1962)

Lester Young - "Body and Soul" - Complete Aladdin Recordings (1945)

Cal Tjader - "Huracan" - Huracan (1978)

Sarah Vaughan - "Lullaby of Birdland" - Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown (1954)

Jack McDuff  - "Kettle of Fish" - Prelude (1963)

Hour Two:

Bill Evans - "Israel" - Trio '65 (1965)

Teddy Charles - "Nature Boy" - The Teddy Charles Tentet (1956)

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

La Lucha - "The Warmth of the Sun" - Standards, Not Standards (2014)

Johnny Smith - "Sophisticated Lady" - In a Mellow Mood (1954)

Jeff Rupert - "The Norfolk Southern RR" - From Memphis to Mobile (2009)

David Fernandez - "The Voyager" - Symmetry (2005)

Karrin Allyson - "Happy Talk" - Many a New Day (2015)

Mike LeDonne - "The Boss" - Awwlright! (2015)

Hour Three:

            ~~ The Flagler Files (new show interrupts Jazz Greats for 1/4 hour) ~~

Thelonious Monk - "Ba-lue Bolivar Ba-Lues-Are" - Brilliant Corners (1956)

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

Gabor Szabo - "People" - More Sorcery (1966)
fun NOLA music!

Charanee Wade - "Offering" - Offering (2013)

John Ellis & Double Wide - "Booker" - Charm (2014)

Joe Magnarelli - "Three On Two" - Three On Two (2014)

Hour Four:

Weather Report - "Elegant People" - Black Market (1976)

Paul Desmond - "Take Ten" - Skylark (1973)

Eli Bennett - "The Other Side" - Breakthrough (2014)

Bobby Hutcherson - "Maiden Voyage" - Happenings (1966)

Gary Wofsey - "Perpetual Change" - In Stereo (2000)

Peter Leitch - "Nutty" - Landscape ()

Miles Davis - "Tout de Suite" - Filles de Kilimanjaro ()

Thursday, September 24, 2015

InstaCollection - The Best of Palm Coast Jazz!

InstaCollection! - start or freshen up your jazz collection with DJ Kendo recommendations! Buy downloads for your phone/pc using the handy links below or just load the titles into your favorite music streaming service!

For this week's installation we have selections from Floridian composers/performers. As the producer of the Palm Coast Jazz podcast I've come across vast amounts of awesome music by jazz artists living down here. These three selections are some of the
Jamie Ousley
finest; go-to tracks both in my mind and for programming the radio shows. Two are fusions of world with improvisation. Jamie Ousley's "Pasaje Tennessee" is nothing short of exquisite, alternating a pensive mood with lilting Latin-American three-quarter dance; a lovely touch is the violin and mandolin work from Jhony Mendoza. After a mysterious keyboard opening, Michael Petrovich's "Sunrise in the Land of the Pharaohs" is immediately contagious and mesmerizing;  a satisfying solo displays his fine taste and skill on classical guitar. Thirdly is a compelling cut from Jeff Berlin; pretty and light melodies alternate with emotional angst, ending with a cool synth solo from Richard Drexler. All three are in my phone - hope they find their way into yours! - Kendo

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Playlist for 9-23-2015 WFCF - Bebop Corner!

Terell Stafford

Filling in for Jerry B. on the Bebop Corner on WFCF St Augustine! Keeping it close to Jerry's format so plenty of hardbop and a little Latin. Tune in by clicking here. See you there - Kendo

Hour One: 

Miles Davis - "Swing Spring" - Miles Davis and the Modern Jazz Giants (1954)

Terell Stafford - "Yes I Can, No You Can't" - BrotherLEE Love (2014)

Don Durkee Trio - "Our Delight" - Don Durkee Trio (2012)

~ The Break Room (news program) ~

Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers - "DEO-X" - Hard Drive (1957)
Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet
photo by Wayne's granddaughter!

Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet - "Guarachando" - Intercambio (2015)

Lighthouse Little Big Band - "Lighthouse Blues" - Lighthouse Little Big Band ()

Hour Two:

Roland Kirk with Jack McDuff - "Funk Underneath" - Kirk's Works (1961)

Grant Green - "Brazil" - The Latin Bit (1962)

Cannonball & Coltrane - "Grand Central" - Cannonball & Coltrane (1959)

Michael Royal - "Freddie Freeloader" - Royal Blue (1994)

Paul Chambers - "Visitation" - Chamber's Music (1956)
Joe Henderson

Hank Jones - "Alpha" - Bluebird (1955)

Joe Henderson - "So Near, So Far" - So Near, So Far (1992)

Dexter Gordon - "Tangerine" - Tangerine (1972)

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Playlist for 9-22-2015 WFCF - Jazz Greats on Vinyl!

"Tiny Birdie #2" - PhotonLights
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I've pulled more vinyl than I could possibly play for this show! Plus cuts Ella & Louis, Joshua Breakstone (with Jack McDuff), Marlena Shaw, Michel Camilo, Krakauer, Judy Wexler, from recently reviewed artists Raquel Cepeda and Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash! Vinyl artists are true Jazz Greats! Tune in today (9/22) from 3-7pm by clicking here; and say hi/follow on Facebook or Twitter! Can't wait to spin 'em! - Kendo

Hour One:

Gerry Gibbs Thrasher Dream Trio - "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" - Live In Studio (2015)

Joe Magnarelli - "Clockwise" - Three On Two (2014)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Julie London - "Everything Happens to Me" - Julie at Home (1960)
actually recorded in her living room!

Ella Fitzgerald - "Cheek to Cheek" - Ella and Louis (1956)

Frank Sinatra - "I Can't Get Started" - No One Cares (1959)

Duke Ellington - "Perdido" - Ellington Uptown (1952)

Raquel Cepeda - "Dream a Little Dream of Me" - I'm Confessin' (2012)

Count Basie - "Watermelon Man" - Basie Picks the Winners (??)

Michel Camilo - "Impressions" - On The Other Hand (1996)

Hour Two:

Maynard Ferguson - "Chameleon" - Chameleon (1974)

Mike LeDonne - "Let It Go" - Awwlright! (2015)
Funky stuff from Maynard!

Chris Connor - "Love Walked In" - Sings George Gershwin (??)

Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet - "Equinox" - Intercambio (2015)

Chris Connor - "Love Is Here to Stay" - Sings George Gershwin ()

Dexter Gordon - "Rhythm-a-ning" - The Jumpin' Blues ()

Lorraine Feather - "Be My Muse" - Flirting With Disaster (2015)

Marian McPartland - "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" - A Fine Romance (1976)

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis - "2/3's Adventure" - Live in Cuba (2015)

Hour Three:

Art Farmer - "Flute Song" - Something You Got (1978) Ride Home!

David Krakauer - "Honeycomb" - The Big Picture (2014)

George Benson - "This Masquerade" - Breezin' (1976)

Steve Wilson | Lewis Nash - "Monk Medley" -- Duologue (2013)

Art Blakey & The New Jazz Messengers - "Buttercorn Lady" - Buttercorn Lady (1966)

Art Blakey & The New Jazz Messengers - "Recuerdo" - Buttercorn Lady (1966) 

Art Blakey & The New Jazz Messengers - "The Theme" - Buttercorn Lady (1966)

Jim Martinez - "Surfin' Snoopy" - Good Grief! (2014)

Hour Four:

Hank Crawford - "Canadian Sunset" - Hank Crawford's Back (1976)

Terrence Blanchard - "Breathless" - Breathless (2014)

Jimmy McGriff - "Time Waltzes On" - A Bag Full of Blues (1967)

Judy Wexler - "They Say It's Spring" - What I See (2013)
Long play Ellington from 1952!

Giacomo Gates - "Hazel's Hips" - Everything Is Cool (2015)

Astrud Gilberto - "Ponteio" - Gilberto with Turrentine (1971)

Terri Lyne Carrington - "I'm a Fool to Want You" - The Mosaic Project: Love and Soul (2015)

Cecile McLoren Salvant - "Wives and Lovers" - For One to Love (2015)

George Benson - "Gentle Rain" - Beyond the Blue Horizon (1971)  

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Long-Ass Car Ride Review - Raquel Cepeda

Long-Ass Car Ride Reviews: I take long-ass car rides, I listen to albums, I let you know if they are worthwhile.

Raquel Cepeda - "I'm Confessin'" (2012) 8/10

Paul English - piano flugelhorn, trumpet; Jeffry Eckels - bass; Dean Macomber - drums; Warren Sneed - tenor/soprano saxes; Daved Cáceres - alto/tenor saxes; etc

In a word: Impressive

After 15 years as a geologist, Venezuelan born, Houston resident Raquel Cepeda throws her vocalist hat in the ring and comes out a champ with this impressive debut. The album is a good mix of familiar standards and Latin numbers with a few surprises including an exquisite original "Me Flechaste el Corazon", where Raquel displays an ease in her upper register. In general her voice is a full-bodied alto with clarity and attention to detail, spot-on pitch, control and plenty of expressive eloquence. Her gift in particular is an absorption of the lyric's meaning, relaying it effortlessly but with great impact. "Besame Mucho" is very slow, very long, and
photo by Diana Simonetta
totally worth it. The opener "East of the Sun" swings dreamily; an uptempo "What Is This Thing Called Love" burns and sports a cool unison chorus with Raquel and Warren Sneed on tenor, as well a great drum outting from Dean Macomber. Samba "Chega de Saudade" is handled with lovely grace in front of a neat horn chart, with winning solos from David Caceres on alto and producer Paul English on electric piano. Especially interesting and appealing is the gentle lilt of "Dream a Little Dream of Me" as a jazz waltz (!), with another convincing and sensual vocal. The best track comes rather late in the album; "How Deep Is The Ocean", reworked as a Bossa. Cepeda manages to tenderly reveal what an astounding proclamation of love is hidden in the comparative lyric. There are plenty more fine moments. All the superb backing (see the musician list) as well as a beautiful production (including an occasional string section) enhance an already solid performance. Take a chance on this one!

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Playlist for 9-15-2015 WFCF - Jazz Greats!

"Tiny Birdie #1" - PhotonLights
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Fun show today with 2 featured albums: "Afro" by Dizzy Gillespie and The Complete Decca Recordings" by Louis Armstrong! Also a bunch of vinyl I picked up over the weekend. Lots more plus new jazz selections! Tune in online by clicking here. Say hi on Twitter! Show runs today (9/15) from 3-7pm eastern. See you then! - Kendo

Hour One:

Mike LeDonne - "Never Can Say Goodbye" - Awwlright! (2015)

Cecile McLorin Salvant - "Wives and Lovers" - For One to Love (2015)

          3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Louis Armstrong and the All Stars - "A Kiss to Build a Dream On" - Complete Decca Studio Recordings (1951)

Dexter Gordon - "For Sentimental Reasons" - The Jumpin' Blues (1970)

Diana Krall - "I'm Not in Love" - Wallflower (2014)

Dizzy Gillespie - "Night in Tunisia" - Afro (1954)
Great one from Dizzy!

Michel Camilo - "Journey" - On The Other Hand (1990)

Louis Armstrong and the All Stars - "I Surrender Dear" - Complete Decca Studio Recordings (1951)

Kenny Burrell - "Satin Doll" - Ellington Is Forever Volume Two (comp.)

Cal Tjader - "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" - Tjader Plays Mambo (1954)

Hour Two:
Alex Snydman -"Cross Fade" - Fortunate Action (2012)

Les McCann & Eddie Harris - "Cold Duck Time" - Swiss Movement (1969)

Donald Vega - "Slippery" - With Respect to Monty! (2014)
fine music from bassist Gerald Stockton!

Louis Armstrong - "You're The Apple of My Eye" - Complete Decca Studio Recordings (1951)

Gerald Stockton - "Blue Steel" - My Gentle Breeze (2015)

Sylvia Herold and the Rhythm Bugs - "The Spider and the Fly" - The Spider and the Fly (2012)

Dizzy Gillespie - "Con Alma" - Afro (1954)

Dexter Gordon - "If You Could See Me Now" - The Jumpin' Blues (1970)

Cassandra Wilson - "The Way You Look Tonight" - Coming Forth By Day (2014)

Hour Three:

Pat Metheny - "Blues for Pat" - Rejoicing (1983) Ride Home!

Pat Metheny - "Rejoicing" - Rejoicing (1983)
so many enjoyable cuts on this one!

Louis Armstrong and the All Stars "Russian Lullaby" - Complete Decca Studio Recordings (1950)

Lorraine Feather - "I'd Be Down With That" - Flirtin' with Disaster (2015)

Dizzy Gillespie - "Manteca" - Afro (1954)

Dee Dee Bridgewater - "Saint James Infirmary" - Dee Dee's Feathers (2015)

Kenny Burrell - "The Jeep is Jumpin'" - Ellington is Forever (comp.)

Louis Armstrong and the All Stars - "Kiss of Fire" - Complete Decca Studio Recordings (1951)

Jim Martinez - "Linus and Lucy" - Good Grief! It's Still Jim Martinez (2015)

Hour Four:

Bob Mintzer Big Band - "It's Your Thing" - Get Up! (2014)

Antonio Adolfo - "Alegria For All" - Tema (2015)

Ella Fitzgerald - "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" - Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book (1957)

Wilbur Harden Sextet - "Oomba" - Jazz on Savoy 1957-1962 (1958)

Ray Brown's All Stars - "Boppin' the Blues" - Dizzy Gillespie Odyssey (1946)

Louis Armstrong and the All Stars - "Unless" - Complete Decca Studio Recordings (1951)

Jack McDuff - "It's All a Joke" - Down Home Style (1969)

Dan Jordan - "Triste" - Pure Joy (2015)

The Bad Plus/Joshua Redman - "The Mending" - The Bad Plus/Joshua Redman (2014)

Perez/Patitucci/Blade - "Light Echoe/Dolores" - Children of the Light (2015)


Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Playlist for 9-8-2015 WFCF - Work Force!

"Labor Day Weekend" - Zoe McCarthey
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Themed show today! Hopefully you all enjoyed your long, holiday weekend! Mine was awesome - delicious pastas and pizza, grapefruit shandies and my baby! In honor of Labor Day, the first 2 hours of today's show will have a "work" theme! All the famous ones and then some with Roland Kirk, John Patitucci, Duke Ellington and Johnny Hammond! As always plenty of slots for recent releases off the new jazz shelf at WFCF. Tune in today (Tuesday 9/8) from 3-7pm eastern by clicking here. See you then! - Kendo

Hour One:

Heads of State - "Uncle Bubba" - Search for Peace (2015)

Andrea Wood - "Take a Chance" - Kaleidoscope (2014)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Scott Healy Ensemble - "Central Trolley" - Hudson City Suite (2012)

Lorraine Feather - "Off Center" - Flirting with Disaster (2015)

Nat Adderley - "Work Song" - Work Song (1960)

Thelonious Monk - "Work" - Thelonious Monk Plays (1954)

Johnny Hammond - "Workin' On a Groovin' Thing" - Breakout (1971) CTI Moment

Duke Ellington - "Work Song" - (1944)

Johnny Smith - "Nice Work If You Can Get It" - Moonlight in Vermont (1952)

Hour Two:

Roland Kirk - "Kirk's Work" - Kirk's Works (1961)

Michel Camilo - "Birk's Works" - On The Other Hand (1990)

George Benson - "Siberian Workout" - Good King Bad (1975) CTI Moment!

Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet - "Solar" - Intercambio (2015)

Hank Mobley - "Workout" - Workout (1961)

John Patitucci - "Labor Day" - Now (1998)

Terri Lyne Carrington - "Come Sunday" - The Mosaic Project: Love and Soul (2015)

Hour Three:

Jack McDuff - "The City Bump" - The Fourth Dimension (1974) Ride Home!

Jack McDuff - "All In Love is Fair" - The Fourth Dimension (1974)

James Moody - "Workshop" - James Moody and His Modernists (1948)

Craig Handy - "Mojo Workin'" - Craig Handy and 2nd Line Smith (2011)

Bob Mintzer Big Band - "Land of Oak" - Get Up! (2014)

Antonio Adolfo - "Todo Dia" - Tema (2015)

Don Patterson - "Whistle While You Work" - These Are Soulful Days (1973)

Art Farmer - "Work of Art" - Work of Art (1953)

Hour Four:

Hampton Hawes - "Jordu" - All Night Session Vol. 1 (1956)

Dave Haskell Group - "Eye of the Hurricane" - Pivot Point (2012)

J.J. Johnson & Kai Winding - "I Concentrate On You" - The Great Kai and JJ (1960)

Ella Fitzgerald - "In a Sentimental Mood" - Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book (1957)

Quincy Jones - "Killer Joe" - Walking In Space (1969)

Anita O'Day - "Lover Come Back To Me" - The Lady Is a Tramp (1952)

Orrin Evans - "A Secret Place" - The Evolution of Oneself (2014)

Donald Vega - "Eleuthera" - With Respect to Monty (2014)

Cal Tjader - "Lucero" - Mambo with Tjader (1954)

Doug Carn - "Fatherhood" - My Spirit (2015)

Sunday, September 6, 2015

InstaCollection - Space Jazz!

InstaCollection! - start or freshen up your jazz collection with DJ Kendo recommendations! Buy downloads for your phone/pc using the handy links below or just load the titles into your favorite music streaming service!

recently discovered Apollo 11 photo ;)

Jazz musicians in general have always been a socially aware bunch, highly sensitive to political and world occurrences, good and bad; their music often reflecting or even portraying these events. The excitement generated from moon missions and the eventual landing on the moon by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin inspired some marvelously spacey jazz (and album covers) from 1959 to 1969. Below are some of the best examples!

Brother Jack McDuff - "Oblighetto" from "Moon Rappin'" (1969)
Modern Jazz Quartet - "Visitor from Venus" from "Space" (1969)
Quincy Jones - "Killer Joe" from "Walking in Space" (1969)
Collins/Shepley Galaxy - "Module 3" from "Time, Space and the Blues" (1970)

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Long-Ass Car Ride Review - Alex Snydman!

Long-Ass Car Ride Reviews: I take long-ass car rides, I listen to albums, I let you know if they are worthwhile.

Alex Snydman - "Fortunate Action" (2012) 8/10
Alex Snydman - drums; Chris Pattishall, Miro Sprague, Doug Abrams - piano
Alec Derian, Tyler Heydolph - bass; Carl Clements - saxes

In a word: stimulating

For a drummer led affair - this is a subtle, beautiful work of art that is extremely pleasant and focuses on beauty rather than intricacy! Three different, distinguished pianists (and hence, composers) help keep things stimulating; along with great material, a fond mix, and nice textures and drive from Alex Snydman. Pianist Doug Abrams is the most adventurous, his
photo by Jesse Shotland
"Cross Fade" is a delight of complex rhythms matched with soulful, hooky melodies. Miro Sprague is the dreamier of the three. His title track (co-written with Snydman) is adventuresome, pretty and nebulous. Chris Pattishall plays on the covers as well as his own opener "In Joy". All three cuts are pleasant on the ears, the cover of Herbie Hancock's "Tell Me a Bedtime Story" in particular fascinates and brings strong performances from all. Snydman flexes his own compositional chops for the closer "Eternal Recurrence" dedicated to John Coltrane.
The addition of saxophonist Carl Clements on two cuts with Abrams is a real bonus. The bassists do their job and groove, but keep from the limelight for the most part. Partly because all three pianists are on the same piano - there is a wonderful continuity to the album. Memorable and plenty of intrigue. Nice!

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Playlist for 9-1-2015 WFCF - Vinyl!!!

Beat - jhull1
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Washed some more vinyl today - so that's what we'll play (especially in hour two, mixed with some new jazz). Mel Tormé, Ray Charles, Larry Coryell, Les Brown, Freddie Hubbard & some more from that Bethlehem's Best 3 lp set! Plus great cuts from Johnny Smith, Hank Mobley, Charles Mingus, new music from Lorraine Feather & much more! Tune in today (Tuesday 9/1) from 3-7 EDT online by clicking here. Say hi and follow the show on Twitter, too! See you then - Kendo 


Hour One:

Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra - "Second Line Soca" (2014)

Mike LeDonne - "Awwlright!" - Awwlright! (2015)

    3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Johnny Hartman - "Isn't It Romantic" - Unforgettable Songs (1966)

Ella Fitzgerald - "Azure" - Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book (1957)

Dan Jordan - "Triste" - Pure Joy (2015)

Mike Pope - "Out of the Ether" - Cold Truth, Warm Heart (2011)

Alex Snydman - "Tell Me a Bedtime Story" - Fortunate Action (2012)

Cal Tjader - "This Can't Be Love" - Mambo with Tjader (1954)

Brother Jack McDuff - "The Vibrator" - Down Home Style (1969)

Marlena Shaw - "You're My Everything" - Dangerous (1996)

Ray Brown's All Stars - "Smoky Hollow Blues" - Dizzy Gillespie Odyssey 1945-1952 (1946)

Hour Two:

Freddie Hubbard - "Ride Like the Wind" - Ride Like the Wind (1981)

Dee Dee Bridgewater - "Congo Square" - Dee Dee's Feathers (2014)
fun combination!

Mel Torme/Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass - "Just Friends" - Mel Torme/Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass (1986)

Donald Vega - "Sweet Lady" - With Respect to Monty (2014)

Ray Charles - "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" - I'm All Yours Baby (1969)

Kamasi Washington - "Final Thought" - The Epic (2014)

Les Brown and his Band of Renown - "King Porter Stomp" - Swing Song Book (1959)

Antonio Adolfo - "SamboJazz" - Tema (2015)

Bobby Hutcherson - "Clockwise" - Conception: The Gift of Love (1979)

Hour Three:

Wilkins & Allen Quartet - "Without You" - Petty Theft (2001) Ride Home!
A Coryell classic!

Lorraine Feather - "Be My Muse" - Flirting With Disaster (2015)

Hank Mobley - "Flirty Gerty" - Hi Voltage (1967)
Lennie Tristano - "Wow" - Classics in Jazz (1949)

Jim Martinez - "Surfin' Snoopy" - Good Grief! It's Still Jim Martinez (2015)

Cecile McLorin Salvant - "Fog" - For One to Love (2015)

Charles Mingus - "Better Get Hit In Your Soul" - Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus (1963)

Judy Wexler - "They Say It's Spring" - What I See (2013)

Hour Four:

Larry Coryell - "Improvisations on Robert De Visee's Menuet II" - The Restful Mind (1975)

Johnny Smith - "What's New" - In a Mellow Mood (1954)
Henri René - "'S Wonderful" - Compulsion to Swing (1958)

Bobby Hutcherson - "Maiden Voyage" - Happenings (1966)

Frances Faye - "They Can't Take That Away From Me" - Bethlehem's Best
very fascinating 3 lp set!

Milt Hinton - "Pick and Pat" - Bethlehem's Best (comp.)

Max Bennett - "Just Max" - Bethlehem's Best (comp.)

Terri Lyne Carrington - "For You to Love" - The Mosaic Project: Love and Soul (2015)

Cory Weeds - "Condition Blue" - Condition Blue (2014)

Donald Byrd - "Weasil" - Fancy Free (1969)