[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for 4-3-06

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Tue Apr 4 14:10:07 EDT 2006


KSJS-FM, San Jose, CA     
Jazz Playlist for the Week of 4-3-06
Reporting to JazzWeek


Interviewed Artist (on "Straight No Chaser", Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., with Mike Schwartz):
4/2:  Billy Kilson

Heavy Rotation:
Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra - Port Chicago - Noir - 3/27
Christian Scott - Rewind That - Concord - 3/27
Brian Bromberg - Wood II - Artistry - 3/20
SF Jazz Collective - 2 - Nonesuch - 3/20
Taylor Eigsti - Lucky To Be Me - Concord - 3/20
Jaco Pastorius Big Band - The Word Is Out - Heads Up - 3/13
Yosvany Terry Cabrera - Metamorphosis - Ewe - 3/5
Tony Monaco - East to West - Chicken Coup - 2/27
Manuel Valera - Melancholia - Mavo - 2/27
Larry Willis Trio - The Big Push - HighNote - 2/27
Tom Scott - Bebop Unlimited - MCG - 2/27
Bob Mintzer Big Band - Old School: New Lessons - Manchester Craftsmen's Guild - 2/20
Andrew Hill - Time Lines - Blue Note - 2/20
Billy Kilson's B.K. Groove - Pots & Pans - Aspirion - 2/13

Medium Rotations:
Mainstream:
Gene Ess - Sandbox and Sanctum - SIMP - 3/20
Christian Fabian - Across the Tracks - CAP - 3/20
David Schumacher - Endangered Species - Summit - 3/20
Art Lillard's Heavenly Band - Reasons to be Thankful - Summit - 3/5
Keith Oxman - Dues in Progress - Capri - 3/5
Tony Cimorosi - Horizon - Epoch - 2/27
Brent Jenson Trios - Origin - 2/13
Joel Penner Sextet - The Church of the Little Black Dog - Sea Breeze - 2/13
Upper Left Trio - Sell Your Sould Side - Origin - 2/13
David 'Fathead' Newman - Cityscape - HighNote - 2/13
The Steve Hall Quintet - Steve Hall - 2/13

World:
Duduka de Fonseca Quintet - Samba Jazz in Black & White - Zoho - 3/27
Ulf Walkenius - Notes From the Heart - ACT - 3/20
Sathima Bea Benjamin - Musical Echoes - Ekapa - 3/20
Paul Shapiro - It's in the Twilight - Tzadik - 3/5
Ladysmith Black Mambazo - Long Walk to Freedom - Heads Up - 2/27
Oscar Castro-Neves - All One - Mack Avenue - 2/20
Federico Britos & Jorge Garcia - The Sound of Strings - Yiki - 2/13
Sergio Mendes - Timeless - Concord/Hear - 2/13
Carlos Barbosa-Lima - Carioca - Zoho - 2/13

Progressive:
Ben Goldberg Quintet - The Door, The Hat, The Chair, The Fact - Cryptogramophone - 3/27
Mike Melvoin presents Dan Jaffe - Playing the Word - City Light - 3/27
Odean Pope Saxophone Choir - Locked & Loaded - Half Note - 3/27
Dom Minasi - The Vampire's Revenge - CDM - 3/20
Manu Katche - Neighborhood - ECM - 2/27
Gianluca Petralla - Indigo4 - Blue Note - 2/27
Lew Tabackin Trio - Tanuki's Night Out - MFC - 2/27
Arthur Kell Quartet - Traveller - Fresh Sounds New Talent - 2/20
Erik Friedlander - Prowl - Cryptogramophone - 2/20
Paul Motian Band - Garden of Eden - ECM - 2/13
Oliver Lake featuring Mary Redhouse/Santi Debriano/Gene Lake - Passin' Thru - 2/13

Blues:
Eric Lindell - Change in the Weather - Alligator - 3/27
Sweet Betty - Live & Let Live - Music Maker - 3/27
Johnny & the Mo Tones - Two Hits for the Kitty - Altenburgh - 3/27
Derek Trucks Band - Songlines - Columbia - 3/20
Jason Ricci+New Blood - Blood On the Road - Rah Fox - 3/20
J W Jones - Kissing in 29 Days - Northern Blues - 3/20
Duke Robillard - Guitar Grove-A-Rama - Stony Plain - 3/13
James Hunter - People Gonna Talk - Rounder - 3/13
Dennis Jones - Passion for the Blues - Leroy's Boy Music - 3/13
Janiva Magness - Do I Move You? - Northern Blues - 2/27
Jimmy Thackerey - The Essential - Blind Pig - 2/20
Daddy Mack Blues Band - Slow Ride - Inside Sounds - 2/20

Light Features:
George Cotsirilos - On the Rebop - Origin - 3/27
Cecil Brooks III - Double Exposure - Savant - 3/27
Joris Teepe's Groningen Art Ensemble - Jazz In Jazz Out - Planet Arts - 3/27
Stuart Elster Trio - Get It Right! - Primrose Lane - 3/27
3Osity - 3Osity - Capri - 3/27
The Mary Lou Williams Collective - Zodiac Suite: Revisited - Blue Horn - 3/5
Marlon Jordan featuring Stephanie Jordan - You Don't Know What Love Is - Louisiana Red Hot - 2/13
Chris Potter - Underground - Sunnyside - 2/6
Steve Khan - The Green Field - Tone Center - 2/6
Hiromi - Spiral - Telarc - 2/6

Adds:
Jack DeJohnette feat. Bill Frisell - The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers - Golden Beams - 4/3
Jovino Santos Neto - Roda Carioca - Adventure - 4/3
Monty Alexander - The Concrete Jungle: The Music of Bob Marley - Telarc - 4/3
Anthony Wonsey - The Thang - Sharp 9 - 4/3
The Bob Sneider & Joe Locke Film Noir Project - Fallen Angel - Sons of Sound - 4/3
Rick Haydon & John Pizzarelli - Just Friends - Mel Bay - 4/3
Pat Martino - Remember: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery - Blue Note - 4/3
The Bob Gallo Quintet - Wake Up Call - Bob Gall0 - 4/3
Greg Murphy - Orientation - Murphasaurus - 4/3
Joey DeFrancesco - Organic Vibes - Concord - 4/3
Perry Conticchio - Speak Your Truth - Liven Up Jazz - 4/3
Karen Blixt - Spin This - Hi Fli - 4/3

Going Recurrent:
Chris Stewart - Phoenix: A Tribute to Cannonball Adderley - Doc Stewart - 2/6
Andre Ceccarelli Trio - Avenues Des Diables Blues - Dreyfus - 2/6
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey - The Sameness of Difference - Hyena - 2/6
Marc Johnson - Shades of Jade - ECM - 2/6
James Torme - Comin' Home - James Torme - 2/6
Ken Karsh - Ventana - Alanna - 2/6
Nicole Pasternak - In A Word - Garagista - 2/6
The Don Friedman VIP Trio - Timeless - 2/6
Monk's Music Trio - Monk's Bones - CMB - 2/6
Alex Graham - The Good Life - Origin - 2/6
Larry Goldings - Quartet - Palmetto - 1/30
Chick Corea - The Ultimate Adventure - Stretch - 1/30
John McNeil - East Coast Cool - OmniTone - 1/30


Dr. Brad Stone, Music Director and Faculty Advisor
KSJS 90.5 FM
One Washington Square
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA   95192-0094
www.ksjs.org
Home Office:
Music Calls: 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., Wednesdays, PT
408-848-6266 (office)
email: bstone at science.sjsu.edu
9381 Durango Lane, Gilroy, CA   95020

Assistant Music Director for Blues:  Kevin Foley Ariente (Kevin at ksjs.org <mailto:Kevin at ksjs.org>)

San Jose is the 3rd largest city in California (behind L.A. and San Diego) and just passed Detroit as the nation's 10th largest city (population about 1 million), and the San Jose/Oakland/S.F. metro area is the 4th largest in the country (population about 6.6 million).  KSJS broadcasts to the greater San Jose metropolitan area at 1.5 kwatts, and our signal covers the vast majority of the Bay area's listeners.  KSJS programs 23 hours per week of jazz (including world and blues), with regular DJs: 
Kevin Ariente, Tuesdays, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Karen Gentile, Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Ramon Johnson, Fridays, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mike Schwartz, Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Brad Stone, Mondays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Gerald Andag, Sundays 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
and guest DJs Andres Quintero, Steve Metzger, Kareem Guilbeaux, Carlos Torres and Paul Kauppila. 

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