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, August 14, 2017

Playlist for 8-15-2017 WFCF - After The Birth of The Cool!




This week's show is all about what went down with all the musicians involved with the three "Birth of the Cool" sessions immediately after the recordings, as well as pinnacles of some of the participants careers! So aside from some new jazz releases - most of the recordings will date from 1950 to 1954. Tune in Tuesday 8/15 from 3-6pm eastern with a break at 5 by clicking here! See you then! - Kendo






Hour One:



Gerald Cannon - "Columbus Circle Stop" - Combinations (2017)*


Miles Davis - “Budo” - Birth of the Cool (1/21/1949)

3:15 Jazz Coffee Break

Diana Krall - "I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)" - Turn Up The Quiet (2017)*

Peter Erskine New Trio - "Sukiyaki" - In Praise of Shadows (2015)*

Steve Langone - "It Never Entered My Mind" - Breathe (2016)*

Miles Davis - “Jeru” - Birth of the Cool (1/21/1949)

Stan Getz - “Prezervation” - (6/21/1949)

Al Haig Trio - “Gone With the Wind” - Al Haig Trio (3/13/1954)

Chet Baker - “Solar” - Chet Baker In New York (9/1958)

Charlie Parker - “In the Still of the Night” - The Magnificent CP (5/25/1953)
Celebrating the unvalved horn!

Kay Winding Sextet - “Broadway” - Trombone By Three (8/23/1949)

Kay Winding Orchestra - “More” - Soul Surfin' (1963)

Hour Two:

Kai Winding/J.J. Johnson - “Blue Monk” - The Great Kai & JJ (1960)

John Beasley - "I Mean You" - MONK'estra Vol 2 (2017)*

Miles Davis - “Godchild” - Birth of the Cool (1/21/1949)

Miles Davis - “Miles Ahead” - Miles Ahead (1957)

Barbara Carrol - “Let's Call the Whole Thing Off” - Funny Face (1957)

Miles Davis Nonet- “Boplicity” - Birth of the Cool (4/22/1949)

Ignacio Berroa - "Drume Negrita" - Straight Ahead from Havana (2017)*

Thelonious Monk - “Let's Cool One” - Genius of Modern Music 2 (5/30/1952)

Milt Jackson - “”- Wizard of the Vibes (4-7-1952)
featuring Monk - good stuff!

Modern Jazz Quartet - “Delaunay's Dilemma” - Django (6/25/1953)

Dexter Gordon - “Our Love Is Here To Stay” - Our Man In Paris (5/23/1963)

Hour Three:

~ Flagler Files ~

Charles Lloyd New Quartet - "Nu Blues" - Passin Thru (2016)* - The Ride Home!  

Bria Skonberg - "Whatever Lola Wants" - With a Twist (2017)*

Miles Davis Nonet - “Deception” - Birth of the Cool (3/9/1950)

Miles Davis - “Chance It” - Young Man With a Horn – (5/9/1952)

Jay Jay Johnson - “Jay” - The Eminent Vol 2 (9/24/1954)

Gigi Gryce - “Smoke Signal” - Nica's Tempo (10/22/1955)

Lee Konitz - “Ice Cream Konitz” - Subconscious-Lee (4/17/1950)
a classic!

Lee Konitz - “Odjenar” - The New Sounds (3/8/1951)

Lee Konitz - “Yesterdays” - The New Sounds (3/8/1951)

Hour Four:

Gerry Mulligan – Chet Baker Quartet - “Bernie's Tune” - Gerry Mulligan Quartet (8/16/1952)

Gerry Mulligan Quartet - “Makin' Whoopee” - Lee Konitz Plays with (2/24/1953)

Gerry Mulligan - “Country Beaver” - The Age of Steam (1971)

Miles Davis Nonet - “Moon Dreams” - Birth of the Cool (3/9/1950)

Sarah Vaughan - “It Might As Well Be Spring” - In Hi-Fi (5/18/1950)

Miles Davis – “Morpheus” & “Down” - Miles Davis Sextet (1/17/1951)

Miles Davis All Stars - “Denial” - Dig (10/5/1951)

Miles Davis All Stars - “Dear Old Stockholm” - Young Man With a Horn (5/9/1952)

Miles Davis - “Tasty Pudding” - Plays the Compositions of Al Cohn (2/19/1953)

Miles Davis - “So What” - Kind of Blue (3/2/1959)



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