[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for the Week of 3-19-07

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Tue Mar 20 13:42:48 EDT 2007


KSJS-FM, San Jose, CA     
Jazz Playlist for the Weeks of 3-19-07
Reporting to JazzWeek


Interviewed Artist (on "Straight No Chaser", Sundays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.,
with Mike Schwartz):
Matt Wilson, featuring "The Scenic Route", Palmetto Records, 3/18

Adds:
Grdina/Peacock/Motian - Think Like the Waves - Songlines - 3/19
Ethnic Heritage Ensemble - Hot 'N' Heavy - Delmark - 3/19
Hiromi's Sonicbloom - Time Control - Telarc - 3/19
Jeff Newell's New-Trad Octet - Brownstone - Blujazz - 3/19
Komeda Project - Crazy Girl - WM - 3/19
Lake/Tchicai/Osgood/Westergaard - Passin' Thru - 3/19
BMR4 - Turning Point - Hallway - 3/19
Alain Perez - En El Aire - Ayva - 3/19

Heavy Rotation:
Wil Bernard - Party Hats - Palmetto - 3/12
The Stryker/Slagle Band - Latest Outlook - Zoho - 3/12
Bob Mintzer Quartet - In the Moment - Art of Live - 3/12
Metheny Mehldau Quartet - Nonesuch - 3/12
Kenny Werner - Lawn Chair Society - Blue Note - 3/5
Abram Wilson - Ride! Ferris Wheel To The Modern Day Delta - Dune - 3/5
Russell Gunn - Plays Miles - High Note - 2/26
Billy Cobham - Drum 'n' Voice 2 - Just Groove - 2/26
Wayne Wallace - The Reckless Search For Beauty - Patois - 2/19
Ari Hoenig - Inversations - Dreyfus - 2/19
Andy Narell - Music For Steel Orchestra - Tatoom - Heads Up - 2/19
Joe Zawinul - Brown Street - Heads Up - 2/19
Larry Willis - Blue Fable - High Note - 2/19

Medium Rotations:
Mainstream:
Grant Stewart - In The Still Of The Night - Sharp Nine - 2/26
Dean Schmidt - I Know Nothing - OA2 - 2/26
Scott Whitfield - Speaking of Love - Summit - 2/19
Ira Nepus & Steve Moore - Another Time, Another Place - Jazzed Media -
2/19
Steve Heberman Trio - Action: Reaction - Reach - 2/19
The Nate Najar Trio - I'm All Smiles - Blue Line - 2/19
David 'Fathead' Newman - Life - High Note - 2/12
Pete BarrenBregge & Frank Russo - A Thousand Eyes - Summit - 2/5
Falkner Evans Trio - Climbing the Gates - CAP - 2/5
The Tierney Sutton Band - On The Other Side - Telarc - 1/29
Geoff Stradling - Les is Mo' - Origin - 1/29

Progressive:
Futterman/Fielder/Levin Trio - Live at the Blue Monk - Charles Lester -
3/12
The Brooklyn Repertory Ensemble - Pragmatic Optimism - 360 - 3/5
Soweto Kinch - A Day In The Life of B19: Tales Of The Tower Block - Dune
- 2/26
Matt Dillon's Go Go Jungle - Battery Milk - Hyena - 2/26
Sean Noonan Brewed By Noon - Stories to Tell - Songlines - 2/12
Tom Gavornik - Acceleration - Tom Gavornik
Aaron Comess - Catskills Cry - Hey Boy - 2/12

Blues:
J.T. Watkins - Why Not Tonight Girl - Arrow Heart - 3/12 
James Hinkle - Blues Now, Jazz Later - Blue Lights - 3/12 
Howard and the White Boys - Made in Chicago - Evidence - 3/12 
Otis Taylor - Definition of a Circle - Telarc - 3/5 
Fillmore Slim - The Legend of Fillmore Slim - Mountain Top - 3/5 
Tad Robinson - A New Point of View - Severn - 3/5 
John Nemeth - Magic Touch - Blind Pig - 2/19 
Corey Stevens - Albertville - Ruf - 2/19 
Bob Margolin - In North Carolina - Steady Rollin' - 2/19 
Gina Sicilia - Allow Me To Confess - Swingnation - 2/5 
Tommy Castro - Painkiller - Blind Pig - 2/5 
The Rounders - Wish I Had You - Blind Pig - 2/5

World Features:
Bobby Shew - Cancaos Do Amor: Plays the Music of Reed Kotler - Torii -
3/12
Pablo Aslan - Buenos Aires Tango Standards - Zoho - 3/5
Andy Palacio & The Garifuna Collective - Watina - Cumbancha - 2/12
Bebo Valdes & Federico Britos - We Could Make Such Beautiful Music
Together - Mojito/Union
Vieux Farka Toure - World Village - 2/5
Bebo Valdes - Bebo - Calle 54/Mojito - 1/29
Katchafire - Show-Burning - Mai - 1/29

Light Features:
New York Electric Piano - Blues in Full Moon - Buffalo Puppy - 3/12
Kendra Shank - A Spirit Free: The Abbey Lincoln Songbook - Challenge -
3/5
Paul Carr - Just Noodlin' - Jazz Karma - 2/19
Randy Crawford & Joe Sample - Feeling Good - PRA - 2/19
Liebman/Jackson/Stern/Marino/Marcinko/Juris - Back on the Corner - Tone
Center - 2/5
Tia Fuller - Healing Space - Mack Ave - 2/5
Harry Connick, Jr. - Chanson Du Vieux Carre - Marsalis/Rounder - 2/5
Brian Bromberg - Downright Upright - Artistry - 1/29
Matt Wilson's Arts and Crafts - The Scenic Route - Palmetto - 1/29
Times 4 - Relations - Groove Tonic - 1/29
East Coast Standards Time - Impressions - Altru - 1/29
Chie Imaizumi - Unfailing Kindness - Capri - 1/29
Skip Wilkins Quintet - Volume 1 - Dream Box Media - 1/29
Zvonomir Tot Trio - Blue Quest - Groove Arts - 1/29
Quamon Fowler - The Vision - Continuum - 1/29
Marc Cary & Chance - Abstrakt Blak - Motema - 1/29
Nick Russo + 11 - ro - Nick Russo - 1/29
David Sanford & The Pittsburgh Collective - Live at the Knitting Factory
- Oxingale - 1/29
Brian Groder - Torque - Latham - 1/29
Ken Field - Under the Skin - Innova - 1/29
Carter & Bodlovich - The Shadows Out Of Time - 7bc - 1/29
Sylvain Luc - Joko - Dreyfus - 1/29
MHCC Jazz Band & Combo 2006 - My Foolish Heart - Sea Breeze - 1/29
Jeff Antoniuk and the Jazz Update - Here Today - JAJU - 1/29
Pete Christlieb with the Lori Mechem Quartet - Live at the Jazz Cave -
Congnito - 1/29

Going Recurrent:
Conrad Herwig - Sketches of Spain Y Mas: The Latin Side of Miles Davis,
Live at the Blue Note - Half Note - 1/22
Grady Tate - From The Heart - Half Note - 1/22
Jonathan Poretz - A Lot of Livin' To Do - Pacific Coast Jazz - 1/22
Kerry Strayer Quartet - Play It Where It Lays - Kerry Strayer - 1/22
Puttanesca - Puttanesca - Catasonic - 1/22
Charles Tolliver Big Band - With Love - Blue Note/Mosaic - 1/15
Alex Garcia's Afromantra - Uplifting Spirit - AfroMantra - 1/15


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: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 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)

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 19 hours per week of jazz (including world and blues), with
regular DJs: 
*	Mike Schwartz, Sundays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
*	Steve Metzger, Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
*	Brad Stone, Mondays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
*	Kevin Foley Ariente, Tuesdays, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
*	Ramon Johnson, Fridays, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

In addition to JazzWeek, we report to CMJ Jazz, CMJ New World and Living
Blues.



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