[JPL] Playlist 7/31/06

Vic McLean tvn123 at comcast.net
Mon Jul 31 13:00:59 EDT 2006


Hi Jon,
Have you received a copy of George Duke's new CD? It is a jazz record and 
may be appropriate for your show. Please let me know at your convenience.
Vic McLean
954-983-4852
tvn123 at comcast.net
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Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 8:23 AM
Subject: [JPL] Playlist 7/31/06


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>          Bright Moments With   Jon Hammond
>             90.3 FM WRIU Kingston, Rhode     Island
>             Playlist July 31, 2006
>
>
>
>  HAPPY BIRTHDAY
>  Hank Jones
>  Born 7/31/1919
>
>  2006 JVC Newport Jazz Fest Ticket Giveaway
>
>  ARTIST
>  SONG
>  RECORD
> LABEL
>
>  Bright Moments Opening Theme:
>  E
>  Symphony For Toy Piano In G Minor
>  A Man Called E
>  Polydor
>
>  Scott Hamilton
>  Man With A Horn
>  Nocturnes & Serenades
>  Concord
>
>  Ed Thigpen
>  Strollin'
>  Easy Flight
>  Stunt Records
>
>  Joe Jackson
>  Mood Indigo
>  Summer In The City
>  Sony Classical
>
>  Pat Metheny Group
>  As It IS
>  Speaking of Now
>  Warner Brothers
>
>  John Stein
>  Inutil Pasaigem
>  Concerto Internacional De Jazz
>  Whaling  City
>
>  Robin McKelle
>  Something's Gotta Give
>  Introducing Robin McKelle
>  Cheap Lullabye
>
>  Andy Bey
>  Day Dream
>  Ballads Blues & Bey
>  Evidence
>
>  The Great Jazz Trio (Featuring Hank Jones)
>  Night Train
>  'S Wonderful
>  Village Records
>
>  Hank Jones
>  Sophisticated Lady
>  For My Father
>  Justin Time
>
>  Hank Jones
>  Bemsha Swing
>  For My Father
>  Justin Time
>
>  McCoy Tyner
>  Angelina
>  Illuminations
>  TelArc
>
>  George Benson
>  Beyond The Sea
>  20/20
>  Warner Brothers
>
>  Al Jarreau
>  Groovin' High
>  Accentuate The Positive
>  Verve
>
>  Dave Brubeck
>  Take Five
>  Time Out
>  Columbia
>
>  Chris Rea
>  Gone Fishing
>  Auberge
>  Geffen
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> 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 &quot;Boy in the Boat,&quot; Bennie Moten's &quot;Toby&quot;) 
> and the kind of contemporary pop and R&amp;B hits (Prince's &quot;Darling 
> Nikki,&quot; Stevie Wonder's &quot;Signed, Sealed, Delivered&quot;) 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 &quot;post-modern jazz.&quot;
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> 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 &quot;Signed, Sealed &amp; Delivered&quot;
>
> IN STORES 8/1.
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> AT RADIO...right...about.....now.  Got it?  Hope so.
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