[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for the Week of 4-21-08

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Mon Apr 21 20:45:24 EDT 2008


KSJS-FM, San Jose, CA     

Jazz Playlist for the Week of 4-21-08

Reporting to JazzWeek

 

Interviewed Artist, on "Straight No Chaser", Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.,
with Mike Schwartz:

Matt Jorgensen, featuring "Another Morning", Origin - 4/13

Bobby Watson, featuring "From the Heart", Palmetto - 4/20

 

Interviewed Artist, on "New Jazz", Mondays 2 p.m to 5 p.m., with Brad
Stone:

Kat Parra, featuring "Azucar de Amor", Patois - 4/21

 

Adds:

Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra - Song for Chico - Zoho
- 4/21

Grant Stewart - Young at Heart - Sharp Nine - 4/21

Michael Pedicin Quintet - Everything Starts Now - The Jazz Hut - 4/21

Luis Mario Ochoa Quintet - Momentos Cubanos - Cuban Music - 4/21

 

Heavy Rotation:

The Bennie Maupin Quartet - Early Reflections - Cryptogramophone - 4/7

Steve Khan - The Suitcase - Tone Center - 3/24

Bobby Watson - From the Heart - Palmetto - 3/17

Brian Doherty Band - Rigamarole - Origin - 3/17

Nick Vayenas - Synesthesia - WCM - 3/17

Matt Jorgensen + 451 - Another Morning - Origin - 3/10

Fahir Atakoglu - Istanbul In Blue - Far&Here - 3/10

Hadley Caliman - Gratitude - Origin - 3/3

Jane Ira Bloom - Mental Weather - Outline - 3/3

Ryan Blotnick - Music Needs You - Songlines - 3/3

Tigran Hamasyan Trio - New Era - Blujazz - 3/3

Tom Tallitsch - Medicine Man - OA2 - 3/3

Matt Haviland - Beyond Good and Evil - Connotation - 3/3

 

Medium Rotations:

Mainstream:

Luther Hughes and the Cannonball-Coltrane Project - Spectacular -
Primrose Lane - 4/7

George Cables - Morning Song - High Note - 4/7

Eric Alexander Quartet - Prime Time - High Note - 4/7

Irvin Mayfield and Ellis Marsalis - Love Songs, Ballads and Standards -
Basin Street - 4/7

Avery Sharpe - Legends & Mentors - JKNM - 4/7

Alex Graham - Brand New - Origin - 4/7

Michel Petrucciani Trio - Live in Stuttgart - Dreyfus - 3/17

Jack Sheldon - It's What I Do - Butterfly - 3/17

The Marty Sheller Ensemble - Why Deny - PVR Records - 3/10

David 'Fathead' Newman - Diamondhead - High Note - 3/3

Larry Willis - The Offering - High Note - 3/3

 

Progressive:

Rob Brown Ensemble - Crown Trunk Root Funk - AUM - 4/7

Panthelion - Life After 339 - Dvorzak - 4/7

Mokijam - Clean House - Screw Loose - 4/7

Rented Mule - Rented Mule - 4/7

Modern Groove Syndicate - Ms. Popular - Courthouse - 4/7

Walt Blanton - Monuments - Origin - 3/10

Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Ensemble - Black Unstoppable - Delmark -
3/10

NYNDK - Nordic Disruption - Jazzheads - 3/3

Jacob Koller - Music for Bowlers - Tangram - 3/3

Mitch Paliga - Fall Night - Origin - 3/3

Travis Sullivan's Bjorkestra - Enjoy! - Koch - 3/3

Conveniens - Clear - Convenience - 3/3

 

Blues:

Bobby Bryan -  Strange Blues - Kalibob Music - 4/21 

Andy MacIntyre - Set Me Free - andymacintyre.com - 4/21 

Tom Principato - Raising the Roof! - Powerhouse - 4/21 

Michael Burks - Iron Man - Alligator - 4/7 

Albert Castiglia - These are the Days - Blue Leaf - 4/7 

Mighty Mike Schermer - Right Hand Man - Fine Dog - 4/7 

Jeff Healey - Mess of Blues - RUF - 4/7 

Moreland & Arbuckle - 1861 - Northern Blues - 3/24 

Perry Weber - Savage Beauty - Stumpy Dog - 3/24 

Anthony Gomes - Live - RUF - 3/24 

The Legendary Rhtyhm & Blues Revue - Command Performance - Delta Groove
- 3/24 

Charles Stallings - Blues Evolution - Tia Jeria - 3/24

 

World Features:

Lionel Loueke - Karibu - Blue Note - 4/7

Caribbean Jazz Project f. Dave Samuels - Afro Bop Alliance - Heads Up -
3/17

Aquiles Baez - La Patilla - Cacao - 3/3

Negroni's Trio - Father & Son - Cacao - 3/3

Luz Marina - Coincidencias - Cacao - 3/3

Cuarteto de Clarinetes de Caracas - Suelos - Cacao - 3/3

Orlando Poleo - Curate - Cacao - 3/3

 

Light Features:

Karen Blixt - Mad Hope - Hi-Fli - 4/7

Ed Saindon & Dave Liebman - Depth of Emotion - World Improvised Music -
4/7

Victor Wooten - Palmystery - Heads Up - 4/7

Roberta Piket Trio - Love and Beauty - Thirteenth Note - 4/7

Jeff Coffin & Charlie Peacock - Arc of the Circle - Runway - 4/7

Dave Corbus - Sounddown - Jazzed Media - 4/7

Spike Wilner - Three to Go - Positone - 4/7

Jaleel Shaw - Optimism - Changu - 4/7

Brad Mehldau Trio - Live - Nonesuch - 4/7

Richard Underhill - Moment in Time - Stubby - 4/7

Vince Seneri - The Prince's Groove - PVR - 3/24

Sumi Tonooka Trio - Long Ago Today - ARC - 3/24

Karrin Allyson - Imagina: Songs of Brazil - Concord - 3/17

Diane Schuur - Some Other Time - Concord - 3/17

Thom Rotella 4-Tet - Out of the Blues - Four Bar - 3/17

Connie Evingson w/Dave Frishberg - Little Did I Dream - 3/17

Paul Carr - Musically Yours - PCJ - 3/17

The Bruce Saunders Quintet - 8X5 - Mel Bay - 3/17

Phil Woods and Carl Saunders - Play Henry Mancini - Jazzed Media - 3/10

Sam Barsh - I Forgot What You Taught Me - RazDaz - 3/10

Roberta Gambarini & Hank Jones - You Are There - Emarcy - 3/10

Peter Erskine/Tim Hagans & The Norrbotten Big Band - Worth the Wait -
Fuzzy Music - 3/10

 

Going Recurrent:

Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures - Dream Garden - Justin Time - 2/18

Kenia - Simply - Mooka - 2/18

Tom Scott - Cannon Re-loaded - Concord - 2/18

The Adam Shulman Quartet - On Second Thought - Kabocha - 2/4

Kat Parra - Azucar de Amor - Patois - 2/4

 

 

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 <http://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 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 at least 19 hours
per week of jazz (including world and blues), with regular DJs:

Mike Schwartz, Sundays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.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.

 

Playlists for these shows can be viewed at www.yes.com
<http://www.yes.com/> 

 

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



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