[JPL] PLAYLISTS for weekending 26th Oct 2008 "It's A Jazz Thing" & "George Jazz"

Mark Robinson markrobbo at clear.net.nz
Wed Oct 29 22:17:52 EDT 2008

Kia Ora,


GeorgeFM – Its A Jazz Thing 

Sunday 19th October 2008 - Live from the ASB JazzFest Queenstown


            1. Giants of Jazz - "Allen's Alley" (Atlantic) 

            2. John Coltrane - "Black Pearls" (1958 JVC Victor) 

            3. Cannonball Adderly & Machito - "Cannonology"

            4. Chris Walden Big Band - "Cherokee" (2006 Contemporary) 

            5. Terry Callier - "4 Miles" (Talkin' Loud) 

            6. Five Corners Quintet with Mark Murphy - "Before We Say
Goodbye" (Milan) 

            7. Tom Lellis - "For Better Days Ahead" (2006 Beamtide) 

            8. Rodger Fox and Brian Smith - "Hard Bop & The Fox"

            9. Jon Hendricks & Friends - "Jumpin' At The Woodside"

            10. Vic Damone - "Little Girl" (Capitol) 

            11. Ella Fitzgerald - "Mack the Knife" Divas of Jazz - Live 

            12. Bobby Darin - "More" (Capitol) 

            13. Jackie And Roy - "Samba Triste" Sounds From The Verve Hi-Fi

            14. Mark Murphy - "Saxophone Joe" What A Way To Go (Muse) 

            15. Paul Seaforth - "Take Me to the Mardi Gras" Something Real

            16. Steve Ramsdell - "Cascades" Looking For... (2008)

            17. Count Basie - "Splanky" The Complete Atomic Basie (Roulette)

            18. Lou Rawls - "Stormy Monday"

            19. Five Corners Quintet with Mark Murphy - "This Could Be The
Start Of Something Big" Chasing the Jazz Gone By (Milan) 

            20. Mel Tormé - "Too Close For Comfort" Compact Jazz 

            21. Chris Walden Big Band - "Try Harder" No Bounds (Origin) 

            22. Dee Dee Bridgewater - "Watermelon Man" Jazz A Saint Germain

            23. Michel Camilo Orchestra - "Why not!" Jazzworks - Latin Jazz 



GeorgeFM – Its A Jazz Thing 

Sunday 26th October 2008 - Live from the ASB JazzFest Queenstown


            1. John Coltrane - "Black Pearls" (1958: Sheets Of Sound) 

            2. Roy Haynes - "Dorian"

            3. Joe Lovano, Dave Liebman & Ravi Coltrane - "Message to Mike"

                        Saxophone Summit: Seraphic Light (telarc) 2008

            4. Roger "Kemp" Biwandu - "Bienvenue A Cenon" Influences (2008)

            5. Richard Boulger - "The Other Side" Blues Twilight (2007 self

            6. Michael Story - "So You Want More" So You Want More (2008
self release) 

            7. Farrugia Grigoryan Howard Robertson “411” Stationary (2007

8. 20th Century Dog - "Fela-Teen" Mad Stream (2008 jazz groove) 

            9. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - "Theme De Yo Yo" Universal Sounds
Of America 

            10. Billy Cobham - "Stratus" Stratus (Atlantic) 1973

            11. Jaga Jazzist - "airborne" A Livingroom Hush (Ninja) 2005

            12. Dave Weckel Band - "Braziluba" Live And Very Plugged In
(Disc 1) 

            13. "Jazz Shark"

            14. Jimmy Hendrix - "Hey Joe"

            15. Bobbi Humphrey - "Nubian Lady" Electric Blue (Blue Note) 

            16. Fiona Pears - "Spain" Las Sayas 

            17. Fiona Peras - "The Pipers Son" ASB JazzFest 2008 CD 

            18. Donald Byrd - "Lanasana's Priestess" Characters (Blue Note) 

            19. Art Webb - "Mr. Flute"

            20. Chico Hamilton - "Abdullah's Delight" Chico Hamilton And The



L.A. Mitchell

Live @ the Matterhorn

(2008 self release NZ)


This weeks review taken from the New Zealand Herald


The evening of April 23, 2008 was a watershed moment for LA Mitchell as she
prepared to perform. This was no ordinary gig, nor was it an ordinary venue.
It was a triumphant return to Wellington to play at the world famous
Matterhorn, following in the giant footsteps of Fat Freddy's Drop at the
same venue that catapulted them to heights never before reached in NZ music.


For the entirely independent Kiwi musician, the performance represented a
significant new stage in her career, when she would build on the success of
her acclaimed 2007 album Debut with an album that would solidify her status
as one of the rising talents of homegrown music.


LA Mitchell: Live at the Matterhorn is a gorgeous album of her original
music spliced with new tracks and reinterpretations of classics. The album
sees Mitchell uncork a sparkling collection of seductive soul and jazz, that
reveals her undeniable talent as both a singer-songwriter and musician.


Recorded live one special evening at the famous drinking and dining venue,
to a crowd that was tightly packed in and full of anticipation, LA Mitchell:
Live At The Matterhorn captures the magic of the atmosphere.


"Visitors to Wellington bar the Matterhorn were last night treated to a
event which is likely to become a seminal night in New Zealand music





Mark Robinson


MBE P 283

Private Bag 92175



New Zealand



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