[JPL] PLAYLIST: The Return of the Jazz Clinic 04/15/06

Al Karia jctrane at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 12:12:39 EDT 2006


Great Idea!!!! why didn't I think of that????
       Gene Abkarian    KRFC Ft Collins, CO


On 4/17/06, Matthew Merewitz <mmerewit at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote:
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> Though I intended to do a whole four hour show of tunes with the chord
> changes to "I Got Rhythm" by George Gershwin (among musicians these types
> of
> tunes are called "rhythm changes"), I could only hack it for the first of
> the four hours. And even in that first hour, I was wrong with a couple
> cuts.
> Monk's "Nutty" and Sonny Rollins' "Airegin" are not rhythm changes tunes.
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> Joe Pass/Ella Fitzgerald/Count Basie -- Digital III At Montreux (Pablo) --
> Oleo
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> Thelonious Monk -- Misterioso (Prestige) -- Nutty
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> Charlie Parker -- Yardbird Suite: The Ultimate Charlie Parker Collection
> (Verve) -- Salt Peanuts
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> Bill Frisell -- This Land (Elektra/Nonesuch) -- Resistor
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> Charlie Parker -- Yardbird Suite: The Ultimate Charlie Parker Collection
> (Verve) -- Moose the Mooche
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> Sonny Stitt -- The Champ (32 Jazz) -- The Eternal Triangle
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> Michael Carvin -- Marsalis Music Honors Michael Carvin (Marsalis Music) --
> In Walked Bud
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> J.J. Johnson -- Let's Hang Out (Verve/Gitanes)-- Syntax
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> Woody Herman -- Woody Herman's Greatest Hits (Columbia) -- Apple Honey
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> Count Basie & His Orchestra -- Good Time Blues (Fantasy) -- Jumpin' at the
> Woodside
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> Maynard Ferguson -- The Big F (Columbia) -- Airegin
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> Red Garland Trio -- At The Prelude (Prestige/Concord) -- There Will Never
> Be
> Another You
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> Joris Teepe's Groningen Art Ensemble -- Jazz In Jazz Out (Planet Arts) --
> Blood Count
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> David Berkman -- Communication Theory (Palmetto) -- Weird Knock
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> The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra -- Up From the Skies (Music of Jim McNeely)
> (Planet Arts) -- You Tell Me
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> Jimmy Cobb's Mob -- Marsalis Music Honors Jimmy Cobb (Marsalis Music) --
> Tell Me
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> Ornette Coleman -- Something Else! The Music of Ornette Coleman (Blue
> Note)
> -- When Will the Blues Leave?/The Sphinx
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> Charles Gayle -- Time Zones (Tomkins Square) -- Rhythm Twins
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> Sonny Stitt/Bud Powell/J.J. Johnson -- s/t (Prestige) -- Sonny Side/Bud's
> Blues
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> Erik Friedlander -- Prowl (Cryptogramophone) -- A Dangerous Game
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> Walter Smith III -- Casually Introducing Walter Smith III (Fresh Sound New
> Talent) -- Duke Ellington's Sound of Love
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> Edsel Gomez -- Cubist Music (Zoho) -- The Minetta Triangle
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> Paul Motian Trio -- Motian in Tokyo (JMT Productions) -- Mumbo Jumbo
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> Dave Holland -- Emerald Tears (ECM) -- Solar/Flurries
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> Dave Holland Quintet -- The Razor's Edge (ECM) -- Blues for C.M.
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> Mia Doi Todd -- La Ninja: Amor and Other Dreams of Manzanita (Plug
> Research)
> -- What if We Do?
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> Paul Motian Band -- Garden of Eden (ECM) -- Endless
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> Chris Potter -- Traveling Mercies (Universal France/Verve) -- Megalopolis
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> Hiromi -- Spiral (Telarc) -- Spiral
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> Charlie Hunter Trio -- Copperopolis (Ropeadope) -- The Pursuit Package
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> Colin Stranahan -- Transformation (Capri) -- Pieces of Mind
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> Fred Hersch -- In Amsterdam: Live at the Bimhuis (Palmetto) -- Evidence
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