Monday, April 20, 2009

The Jazz Set Playlist, April 20-27

Playlist, April 6-13
The Jazz Set
Host: Banzai Bill White

Back from New Orleans with 4 hours of new music and one hour of classic jazz.

A couple of wonderful albums were just released these last few weeks, and here are a couple that I really like:

Mark Rapp, Token Tales (Paved Earth, 2009)
John Scofield, Piety Street (EmArcy, 2009)
Ben Markley, Second Introduction (OA2, 2009)
Jimmy Greene, Mission Statement (RazDaz, 2009)
Derrick Gardner, Echoes of Ethnicity (Owl Studios, 2009)
Jeremy Manasia, After Dark (Posi-Tone, 2009)
The Bridge Quartet, Night (Origin, 2009)
One for All, Return of the Lineup (Sharp Nine, 2009)

I expect we'll be hearing more from all those new albums over the next few weeks.

Hour 1 “Cissy Strut”
John Coltrane, My Favorite Things, SAME, Atlantic, 1960
Dave Brubeck, Kathy’s Waltz, Time Out, Columbia, 1997
Miles Davis, Budo, ‘Round Midnight, Columbia, 2001
Dr. Lonnie Smith, People Make the World Go Round, Rise Up, Palmetto, 2009
The Blue Note 7, Criss Cross, Mosaic, Blue Note, 2009
Wynton Marsalis, The Razor Rim, He and She, Blue Note, 2009
Mark Rapp, Cissy Strut, Token Tales, Paved Earth Music, 2009

Hour 2 “That’s Enough”
Cannonball Adderley, Work Song, The Best of Cannonball Adderley, Capitol, 1991
Jackie McLean, Omega, Let Freedom Ring, Blue Note, 1962
Claudio Roditi, Gemini Man, Brazilliance x4, Resonance, 2009
One For All, Jackpipe, Return of the Lineup, Sharp Nine, 2009
Booker Little Quintet, Moods in Free Time, Out Front, Candid Recs., 1961
John Coltrane, Syeeda’s Flute, Giant Steps, Atlantic, 1959
Lisa Sokolov, You Go To My Head, A Quiet Thing, Laughinghorse Recs., 2008
Eddie Daniels and Roger Kellaway, New Orleans, A Duet of One, IPO, 2009
John Scofield, That’s Enough, Piety Street, EmArcy, 2009

Hour 3 “Jeru”
Miles Davis, Jeru, The Complete Birth of the Cool, Columbia, 1998
Charlie Parker, 52nd Street Jump
Charlie Parker, Koko
Charlie Parker, Scrapple From The Apple
Lee Morgan, DDT, Dizzy Atmosphere, Specialty Recs., 1991
Ben Markley, The 9th One’s Free, Second Introduction, OA2, 2009
Jimmy Greene, Mission Statement, SAME, RazDaz, 2009
Derrick Gardner & The Jazz Prophets +2, 4Newk, Echoes of Ethnicity, Owl Studios, 2009
Mark Taylor, Fleeting, Spectre, Origin, 2009
Horace Silver, Nica’s Dream, Horace-Scope, Blue Note, 1960
James Moody, I’m In The Mood For Love, The Very Best of Prestige, Prestige, 2009
Dave Frishberg, My Attorney Bernie, Retromania, Arbors Recs., 2005

Hour 4 “Prophet Jennings”
John Coltrane, Too Young To Go Steady, Ballads, Impulse, 1962
Charles Mingus, Scenes in the City, A Modern Jazz Symposium of Music and Poetry, Atlantic, 1957
Thelonious Monk, We See, Straight—No Chaser, Columbia, 1966
Jeremy Manasia, Arch Eyes, After Dark, Posi-Tone, 2009
The Bridge Quartet, Green Dolphin Street, Night, Origin, 2009
Sean Jones, The Ambitious Violet, The Search Within, Mack Ave., 2009
Freddie Hubbard, Prophet Jennings, Hub Tones, Blue Note, 1999

Hour 5—Classic Set “All Blues”
Miles Davis, All Blues, Kind Of Blue, Columbia, 1997
Charles Mingus, Bird Calls, Ah Um, Columbia, 1998
Dave Brubeck, Take 5, Time Out, Time Out, Columbia, 1997
You Don’t Know What Love Is, Sonny Rollins, Saxophone Colossus, Prestige, 1987
Herbie Hancock, The Eye of the Hurricane, Maiden Voyage, Blue Note, 1999
Art Blakey, Moanin’, The Definitive Art Blakey, Verve, 2000
Thelonious Monk, Bemsha Swing, Brilliant Corners, Prestige, 1987
John Coltrane, Resolution, A Love Supreme, Impulse, 1995

Thanks for listening.

Banzai Bill White
The Jazz Set


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