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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Playlist for 11-22-2022 Jazzploration - Unboxing!

1 of the 11 in the random Ebay lot! A classic.

We had some fun and adventure this livestream listening to a random lot of 11 albums I got on Ebay, as well as excellent jazz from the likes of Ron Carter, Stanley Turrentine, Hank Crawford and Anita O'Day! Thanks to all who stopped in and kept it fun! To follow me on Mixcloud and join us for the next livestream, click here. You can listen to this broadcast on the player below. Have a great one! - Kendo

Hour One:

Stanley Turrentine - "River's Invitation" - Joyride (1965)

Ray Bryant - "Shake-a-Lady" - MCMLXX (1970)

Ray had no problem
staying current...

Johnny Hammond Smith - "Smokin' Kool" - What's Going On (1971)

Herb Ellis - "Detour Ahead" - Softly... But With That Feelin' (1961)

Anita O'Day/Cal Tjader - "That's Your Red Wagon" - Time for Two (1962)

Ron Carter - "Doctor's Row" - Etudes (1982)

Hank Crawford - "Soul Shoutin'" - After Hours (1966)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk - "Day Dream" - Natural Black Inventions: Root Strata (1971)

Walter Murphy - "Ain't Necessarily So" - Rhapsody in Blue (1977)

Bobby Hutcherson - "Poor People's March" - Spiral (1968)

Kenyon Hopkins - "Santa Monica Blues" - The Yellow Canary (1963)

Hour Two:

Grover Washington Jr - "You Are the Sunshine of My Life - Soul Box 2 (1973)

Another Grammy winner
for RTF.

Grover Washington Jr - "Take Me There" - Winelight (1980)

Return to Forever - "The Magician" - Romantic Warrior (1976)

Pieces of a Dream - "Mount Airy Groove" - Pieces of a Dream (1982)

Wayne Henderson - "Big Daddy's Place" - Big Daddy's Place (1977)

Norman Connors - "I Have a Dream" - Invitation (1979)

Al Jarreau - "Tell Me What I Gotta Do" - L is for Lover (1986)

Stanley Turrentine - "Plum" - Straight Ahead (1984)

Herbie Mann - "A Whiter Shade of Pale" - London Underground (1973)

Something about this cover I love.

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