[JPL] FW: This Week On XM 70 Real Jazz

Myrick, Maxx Maxx.Myrick at xmradio.com
Wed Dec 8 10:41:11 EST 2004

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Subject: This Week On XM 70 Real Jazz





The Music of  Jimmy Smith (1925)  throughout the day 





The Music of Donald Byrd (1932) throughout the day 


***McCoy Tyner Trio featuring Stanley Clarke and Billy Cobham - LIVE from
the Blue Note in New York 5pm pacific/8pm eastern*** 





The Music of Diane Schuur (1953) throughout the day



The Music of McCoy Tyner (1938) throughout the day  

Wynton Marsalis In The Swing Seat  Vol. 14 - The Genius of Dizzy Gillespie,
Joe Lovano stops by talks about his life and career and plays some solo sax,
Wynton show's us the connection between cornet solo's and the bravora
trumpet style of Louis Armstrong and in music appreciation we'll learn out
how to recognize trombonist's Ron Westray and  Wyclife Gordan by their
playing styles.   9am pacific/12pm eastern 





The music of Toshiko Akiyoshi (1929) and Joe Williams (1918) throughout the


****If you're in DC walk in the footsteps of Duke Ellington at the the
historic Lincoln Theatre at 3pm and be part of the live taping of  the 

World Premier of Wynton Marsalis' Suite For Human Nature featuring The
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, The Boys Choir of Harlem, Allan Harris and
other special guests....*****



Maxx Myrick
Program Director
Real Jazz/The Flow
XM Satellite Radio
1500 Eckington Place NE
Washington, DC  20002
202 380-4472
XM Satellite Radio Inc.

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