[JPL] The Jazz Set on Live-365

Vic McLean tvn123 at comcast.net
Thu Aug 3 13:49:52 EDT 2006

Hi William,
Did you get the latest George Duke CD? It is a very good jazz record, and 
I'm finding some jazz stations did not receive the initial servicing. Please 
let me know.
Vic McLean
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Subject: [JPL] The Jazz Set on Live-365


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Territory Orchestra


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The Jazz Set on Live-365
Host:  Banzai Bill White

Special--Featuring Music by Louis Armstrong

Current Playlist (airing August 1 to August 8)

Artist Title Album
John Coltrane, Blue Train, Blue Train
Freddie Hubbard, You're My Everything, Hub-Tones
Miles Davis Quintet, 'Round Midnight, The Legendary Prestige Quintet 
Brian Bromberg, Caravan, Wood II
Laszlo Gardony, Motherless Child, Natural Instinct
Louis Armstrong, West End Blues, Hot Fives And Sevens
Nicholas Payton, Struttin' With Some Barbeque, Louisiana Armstrong: A New 
Orleans Tribute
Mark Elf, Chuy's Challenge, Liftoff
Ray Mantilla, Flying Home, Good Vibrations
Dexter Gordon, Cheese Cake, Go
Thelonious Monk And John Coltrane, Blues for Tomorrow, The Complete 1957 
Riverside Recordings
Eric Reed, Stablemates, Here
Vincent Herring, The Song Is Ended, Ends And Means
Nicholas Payton, Potato Head Blues, Dear Louis
John Boutte, Sweet Lorraine, Louisiana Armstrong: A New Orleans Tribute
Diego Urcola, Afroraffo, Viva
Ibrahim Ferrer, La Música Cubana, Buenos Hermanos
Charlie Parker, Bluebird, The Complete Savoy And Dial Studio Recordings
The Quintet, All The Things You Are, Jazz At Massey Hall (Live)
Charlie Parker, La Paloma, The Complete Verve Master Takes
Ben Allison, Hey Man, Cowboy Justice
Jon Faddis, The Hunters & Gatherers, Teranga
Kermit Ruffins & The Barbecue Swingers, Ain't Misbehavin' , Swing This
James Andrews, When The Saints Go Marching In, Louisiana Armstrong: A New 
Orleans Tribute
Louis Armstrong, Basin Street Blues, The Great Satchmo
Louis Armstrong, A Kiss To Build A Dream On, Life Is So Peculiar
Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, Summertime
Louis Armstrong, Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans?, Big Ol' Box 
of New Orleans



This week's sponsor: Sunnyside Records - Steven Bernstein's Millennial 
Territory Orchestra


MTO Volume 1 is the debut album from Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory 
Orchestra.  The nine-piece outfit features some of Gotham's most original 
musical voices, wicked and well-traveled improvisers who tear into and savor 
Bernstein's arrangements like the tangiest Kansas City barbecue. The 
selection of tunes includes classic '20s fare (Charlie Johnson's ''Boy in 
the Boat,'' Bennie Moten's ''Toby'') and the kind of contemporary pop and 
R&amp;B hits (Prince's ''Darling Nikki,'' Stevie Wonder's ''Signed, Sealed, 
Delivered'') that have long been part of Bernstein's repertoire. The 
vibrancy of the playing, the wit and sass of the arrangements, uncovers the 
genetic code that makes Bennie Moten and Prince funk-soul brothers of the 
first order. All this, without once conjuring the snoot of academe or 
dreaded notions of ''post-modern jazz.''

The Millennial Territory Orchestra is:  Steven Bernstein (trumpet, slide 
trumpet), Ben Allison (bass) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor) Charlie Burnham 
(violin) Clark Gayton (trombone), Erik Lawrence (baritone, soprano) Matt 
Munisteri (guitar, banjo, vocal), Ben Perowsky (drums) Doug Wieselman 
(clarinet, tenor saxophone) and special guest Doug Wamble (guitar, vocal) on 
''Signed, Sealed &amp; Delivered''


AT RADIO...right...about.....now.  Got it?  Hope so.

Garrett Shelton at Sunnyside Records  - garrett at sunnysiderecords.com

Also check out:  www.stevenbernstein.net


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