[JPL] PLAYLIST: The next Jazz America on VOA

davispro at nyc.rr.com davispro at nyc.rr.com
Wed Sep 3 18:57:45 EDT 2008


Following is the log for the next JAZZ AMERICA program from the Voice of America, now heard by more listeners than ever before, not only on the entertainment service MusicMix, but also on the worldwide VOA service via shortwave transmission. 
The show is two hours long and reaches a potential audience of 94 million listeners worldwide each weekend.  Visit the Voice of America website @ www.voamusicmix.net and click on schedule in the left column to see the time it is webcast in your timezone as well as when and how to hear it via shortwave.
Also, please take note of the email address for the show.  For any comments or communication you can reach me at jazz-america at voa.gov.

davis programs					
163 third avenue/p.m.b. # 259•new york, ny 10003	
phone...212 614-0424		
email…jazz-america at voa.gov

JAZZ AMERICA...SHOW #955...6-7 September 2008
HORACE SILVER.…safari (safari)  
MICHAEL BRECKER.…night jessamine (wide angles)  
* McCoy Tyner  Interview 
McCOY TYNER.…uptown (uptown-downtown)  
ART PEPPER.…red pepper blues (meets the rhythm section)  
LOUIS ARMSTRONG.…back home again in indiana (paris concert)  
LEA DELARIA.…why don’t you do right (the live smoke sessions)  
* Tim Hagans  Interview 
TIM HAGANS.…concrete hat (future miles)  
CLIFFORD JORDAN.…status quo (down through the years)  

JAZZ AMERICA...SHOW #956...6-7 September 2008
GERALD WILSON.…blues for manhattan (live in detroit 2005) 
CASSANDRA WILSON.…caravan (loverley)  
* Bob Mintzer  Interview 
BOB MINTZER BIG BAND.…swing out (swing out)  
GENE HARRIS.…get back (live @ the it club)  
DUKE ELLINGTON.…take the a train (duke ellington plays standards) 
JONI MITCHELL.…the dry cleaner from des moines (mingus)  
* Dave Samuels  Interview 
CARIBBEAN JAZZ PROJECT...rendezvous (cjp-afro bop alliance)  
SONNY ROLLINS.…island lady (global warming)  

SHOWS #957-958...13-14 September 2008
Conversations with four great artists with
new projects….David Sanborn’s “Here & Gone,”
Roy Hargrove’s “Earfood,” Greg Osby’s “9 Levels,”
and George Duke’s “Dukey Treats”



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