[JPL] WNMC Friday Afternoon (mostly) Jazz

Thomas M "Biz" Bisard mrbiz at torchlake.com
Wed Aug 18 13:55:09 EDT 2004


WNMC 90.7 FM <www.wnmc.org>
37 Years of Community Public Radio for Northwest Lower Michigan
53 hours of jazz/week** 9 hours of straight blues** 6 hours of straight 
folk** 6 hours of combined  blues/folk/roots
Eric Hines, general manager/music director <ehines at message.nmc.edu>
Office: (231) 995-2562     Studio Request Line: (231) 995-1090
Product, Promos, etc. to: WNMC attn: Eric Hines, station manager
                                       1701 E Front St
                                       Traverse City MI 49686


Friday Afternoon Jazz 2-5 with Biz hosting:

Artist - Song - Album - Label

Friday August 13th 2004

2PM:
	Louis Jordan - Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby? - 5 Guys Named Moe - 
Decca/MCA
	Mark Murphy - Lil' Darlin' - Rah - Original Jazz Classics
	request: Count Basie w/ Illinois Jacquet - Mutton Leg - The Black Velvet 
Band - Bluebird
	Hank Crawford - But on the Other Hand - Memphis, Ray, and a Touch of Moody 
- 32 Jazz
	Sheila Jordan/Harvie Swartz - St Thomas - Songs from Within - M A Recordings
				Break
	request: Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Use Yer Brain - What You Gonna Do for 
the Rest of Your Life? - Columbia
	Eliane Elias - Passarium - Brazilian Classics - Blue Note
	Lisa Sokolov - You Do Something to Me - Presence - Laughing Horse
				Break
	Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell on You - Live and Crazy - Evidence
	Howlin' Wolf - 300 Pounds of Heavenly Joy - Chess Box vol. 3 - Chess/MCA
	Screamin' Jay Hawkins - Heart Attack and Vine - Black Music for White 
People - Rhino
	Tom Waits - Lullaby - Blood Money - Anti
	Josh Lederman y los Diablos - I've Been Down So Long - The Town's Old Fair 
- Coffee Stain
3PM:
	Jerry Gonzales - Obsession - Jerry Gonzales y los Piratas del Flamenco - 
Sunnyside
	Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata - Reflections - Heads Up
	George Benson - No Sooner Said Than Done - CTI (vinyl)
				Break
	Dave Van Ronk - Sportin' Life Blues - And the Tin Pan Bended and the Story 
Ended - Smithsonian Folkways
	Howlin' Wolf - Built for Comfort - His Best/Chess 50th Anniversary Edition 
- Chess/MCA
	Big Maybelle - Ramblin' Blues - Savoy Blues 1944-1994 - Savoy Jazz
	Big Maybelle - Blues Early, Early parts 1 & 2 - Savoy Blues 1944-1994 - 
Savoy Jazz
				Break
	Oscar Peterson/Clark Terry - Squeaky's Blues - Oscar Peterson Trio + 1 - 
Mercury (vinyl)
	Ike Quebec - Easy Don't Hurt - Have You Had Your Vitamin B-3 Today? - Label M
	Lorraine Feather - Tenacity - Such Sweet Thunder/Music of Duke Ellington 
Orchestra - Sanctuary
	Dinah Washington - Wise Woman Blues - The Legendary Song Stylist - Castle 
Music
	Mel Torme/Francis Faye - Bess, You Is My Woman Now - George Gershwin's 
Porgy and Bess -Bethlehem Archive/Avenue Jazz

4PM:
	Charles Earland - The Mighty Burner - Have You Had Your Vitamin B-3 Today? 
- Label M
	Dave Brubeck Quartet - Fujiyama - Jazz Impressions of Japan - Columbia (vinyl)
	Pablo Aslan - Beto - Avantango - Zoho Music
	Ozomatli - Déjame en Paz - Street Signs - Concord
	Eddie Harris - Sonnymoon (For 2) - A Tale of Two Cities - Virgin Records 
America
	Oscar Peterson/Clark Terry - Incoherent Blues - Oscar Peterson Trio + 1 - 
Mercury
				Break
	Bill Morrisey - Ice Fishing - The Essential Collection - Rounder
	The Mammals - The Bush Boys - Rock That Babe - Signature Sounds
				Break
	Jeremy and the Zydeco Hot Boys - Whatcha Gonna Do? - Now, Whatcha Gonna 
Do? - Jereleisa Records
	Gil Scott-Heron - The Needle's Eye - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 
- Bluebird/RCA
	Jerry Gonzales - Bye-Ya - Rhumba Para Monk - Sunnyside
	Stan Getz - Insensatez - Best of Stan Getz - Verve (vinyl)
				Break
	Brother Jack McDuff - Moohah! Joe Dukes - Bringin' It Home - Concord



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