[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'The Historical Approach to the Positive Music' w/Jeff Duperon 12/20/09

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Wed Dec 23 10:34:18 EST 2009

WRTI 'The Historical Approach to the Positive Music' w/Jeff Duperon

Sunday, 8PM-Midnight 


Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label



Kahlil The Prophet, Jackie McLean, Destination Out, Blue Note

The Things We Did Last Summer, Freddie Hubbard, Without A Song: Live In
Europe 1969, Blue Note

Cast The First Stone? (...If You Yourself Have No Sins), Billy Harper,
Blueprints of Jazz Vol. 2, Talking House

Umbo Weti, Babatunde Lea, Umbo Weti: A Tribute To Leon Thomas, Motema

Little B's Poem, Vincent Gardner, Three-Five, Steeplechase

In The Trenches, Charles Tolliver Big Band, Emperor March: Live at the Blue
Note, Half Note


Ask Me Why, The Monterey Quartet, Live at the 2007 Monterey Jazz Festival,

Night Life (alternate take), Maynard Ferguson, A Message From Birdland,
Roulette Jazz

Infiniment, James Carter, Heaven On Earth, Half Note

Still More Work, The Clayton Brothers, Brother To Brother, Artist Share

Bory-Alice, Fat Cat Big Band, Face, Smalls Records


Sycamore, SF Jazz Collective, Live 2009 6th Annual Concert Tour, SF Jazz

First Delivery, Olivier Hutman, Band Shapes, RDC

The Cat Walk, Donald Byrd, The Cat Walk, Blue Note

Black Mountain, Dana Hall, Into The Light, Origin Records

The Melting Pot, Derrick Gardner & the Jazz Prophets, echoes of ethnicity,
Owl Studios


Strollin' In, Lou Donaldson, Lou Takes Off, Blue Note

Lotus Bud-No More Blues, Bud Shank Quartet, Fascinating Rhythms, Jazzed

Hip Hop Joint, Keyon Harrold, Introducing Keyon Harrold, Criss Cross Jazz

Be-Bop, MJF 50th Anniversary All-Stars, Live at the 2007 Monterey Jazz
Festival, MJFR

Moon Rays, Horace Silver, Further Explorations by the Horace Silver Quintet,
Blue Note


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Jeff Duperon


mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com



"When you control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his
actions.  You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He
will find his 'proper place' and will stay in it.  You do not need to send
him to the back door.  He will go without being told.  In fact, if there is
no back door, he will cut one for his special benefit. His education makes
it necessary." Carter G. Woodson, circa 1933


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