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, October 30, 2017

Playlist for 10-31-2017 WFCF - Halloween


Trick or Treat!!

Kinda fun that this week's show falls on Halloween! The last time I did a Halloween show, I barely had enough tunes to make a themed show. This year I have more than enough - enough to break it up into themes! Pumpkins, ghosts, being scared, witches, graves, ravens, creepers & more! Tune in 3-7pm eastern with a break at 5 at 88.5fm. iHeart is experiencing trouble with our station, but you can hear 4 minutes or so before it crashes! lol See you there - Kendo


Hour One:


JD Allen - "Ghost Dance" - Radio Flyer ()*

Clifford Brown/Max Roach - "I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You" - Brown and Roach Inc. (1954)

3:15 Jazz Coffee Break



Anita O'Day - "No Moon at All" - Anita (1955) - 2:30

Miles Davis - "Old Devil Moon" - Blue Haze (1954) - 3:24

Cecile McLorin Salvant - "Devil May Care" - Dreams and Daggers (2016)*

Dexter Gordon - "Scared To Be Alone" - Generation (1972)

Alan Harris - "A Little Bit Scared" - Black Bar Jukebox
Lol
 

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

George Cables - "Spookarella" - Shared Secrets (2000)

Howard Roberts Quartet - "Spooky" - Out of Sight (but "in" sound) (1968)

Hour Two:

Bill Evans Trio - "Haunted Heart" - Explorations (1961)


Roland Kirk - "Haunted Melody" - We Free Kings (1961)


Free Radicals - "Carry Me To My Grave" - Outside the Comfort Zone (2017)*

Clark Terry/Bob Brookmeyer - "Dancing On the Grave" - The Power of Positive Swinging (1964)



Ralph Bowen - "A Rookery of Ravens" - ()*

Gary Burton/Keith Jarrett - "The Raven Speaks" - Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett (1970)

Matt Wilson Quartet - "Pumpkin's Delight" - Gathering Call (2013)



Organissimo - "Pumpkin Pie" - This Is The Place (2005)

Brad Myers & Michael Scharf - "Great Pumpkin Waltz" - Sanguinaria (2016)

Hour Three:

~ Flagler Files ~

Duke Pearson - "The Phantom" - The Phantom (1968) - The Ride Home!

  


George Cables - "The Phantom" - Circle (1979)

Manhattan Transfer - "Twilight Zone" - Expansions (1979)


Jerry Bergonzi - "Darkness" - Dog Star (2015)*

Bill Evans - "Witchcraft" - Portrait In Jazz (1962)

Quincy Jones - "The Witching Hour"



Free Radicals - "Space Witch" - Outside the Comfort Zone (2017)*

Wayne Shorter - "Witch Hunt" - Speak No Evil (1964)

Hour Four:

Metalwood - "U.B. the Monster" - The Recline (2001)



Donald Byrd - "The Creeper" - The Creeper (1967)

Lou Donaldson - "Midnight Creeper" - Midnight Creeper (1968)

Logan Richardson - "Creeper" - Shift (2013)


Myriad 3 - "Skeleton Key" - Moons (2016)

Grant Green - "Dracula" - Green is Beautiful (1970)

Jackie McLean - "Ghost Town" - One Step Beyond (1963)

All background music for the last two hours is by Jim Driscoll!





Kendo's Digital Deal of the Week: 
Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer "The Power of Positive Swinging"

About 45 minutes of fun, uplifting and superbly executed jazz between these two gentleman who clearly inspire each other. An added attraction is the unique, quirky style of pianist Roger Kellaway. 9 tracks of great compositions... frequently played on the show are "Hawg Jawz" & "Green Stamps" where Clark Terry cleverly trades fours with himself. 





Kendo's CD Deal of the Week:
Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett/Throb


Over 70 minutes of jazz-rock that unravels more with each listen. you actually get two albums on this version - the 1970 collab between Gary and Keith filled with lengthier jams of Jarrett's like "Grow Your Own" and a great version of Steve Swallow's "Como en Vietnam". The other album "Throb" was recorded a year earlier and features Jerry Hahn on guitar and Richard Green on Violin. Frequently heard on the show are Michael Gibbs "Triple Portrait" and Steve Swallow's "Doin' the Pig".

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