The Jazz Week Ahead at SIRIUS: Cal Tjader, Benny Golson, and more!
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Mon Jul 12 13:24:55 EDT 2004
THIS WEEK ON SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO
(July 12, 2004)
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Soul Sauce: Celebrating Cal Tjader (June 16)
Spice up your Friday morning with a birthday salute to vibes master Cal Tjader! Jazz Unlimited host Paul Anthony will feature Tjader's unique blend of West Coast cool and Afro-Cuban heat as SIRIUS marks the 79th anniversary of his birth. Jazz Unlimited airs every weekday from 6 a.m. to 12 noon ET.
James Moody on Jazz Profiles (June 16-17) [NPR Now/106]
In 1996 reedman James Moody celebrated his fiftieth year in the music business. Whether playing the saxophone or flute, or singing a few bars of his favorite tune, Moody's expressions are marked by wit and fluidity. This program highlights Moody's work with Dizzy Gillespie and his treatment of "I'm in the Mood for Love" -- better known as "Moody's Mood." Moody also reflects on the life experiences that have shaped his playing style and rich musical legacy. Hear his story Friday at 11 p.m. ET, repeated on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET.
Benny Golson: Jazz Legend & Movie Star (June 17)
Hear an encore presentation of our interview with jazz giant Benny Golson, who is currently featured in Steve Spielberg's The Terminal. Benny tells host Matt Abramovitz how he got the role, his favorite compositions, and the story behind his new album Terminal 1. The program starts at 11 a.m. ET.
Saturday Night at the Movies (June 17)
Get your popcorn and bon-bons ready! James Browne takes you to the movies with music recorded for--and inspired by--some of the greatest films of all time. Meet James underneath the marquee at 6 p.m. ET.
And congratulations to Catherine Wilcox of Olathe, Kansas, the winner of our Summer Getaway to Newport contest. SIRIUS broadcasts direct from the JVC Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island on August 14 & 15.
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