Tom Reney tr at wfcr.org
Sun Jul 5 10:11:39 EDT 2009

By the way, thanks for the Bearden postcards.  I'm a fan of his work.  
Do you have NY/NY by Geo Russell?   My copy is missing, fear it was 
purloined from the station.  Spent a couple of hours yesterday listening 
to Dolphy/Booker at 5 Spot at a high volume.  It'd been awhile.  Booker 
was incredible.


Steve Schwartz wrote:
> Jazz from Studio Four
> Friday, July 3, 8pm–midnight, WGBH 89.7 Boston
> JOHNNY COLES (b. 7/3/1926)
> JOHNNY HARTMAN (b. 7/3/1923)
> Listed by artist: selection, album (label)
> 8:00pm
> THEME: Horace Parlan Quintet: Wadin', Speakin' My Piece (Blue Note)
> 8:05pm
> David "Fathead" Newman: SKJ, The Blessing (HighNote)
> Sean Lyons: Bonnie Rose, Roar of Lyons (Positone)
> Jerry Bergonzi: Out of Nowhere, Simply Put (Savant)
> 8:26pm
> John Coltrane; Johnny Hartman: 
> They Say It's Wonderful; You Are Too Beautiful; Lush Life, 
> John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman (Impulse)
> 8:47pm
> Kurt Elling: Lush Life, Dedicated To You (Concord)
> Sadeo Watanabe; The Great Jazz Trio: Chelsea Bridge, I'm Old Fashioned (Test of Time Records)
> Grant Stewart: Something To Live For, Plays the Music of Ellington & Strayhorn (Sharp Nine)
> 9:08pm
> Johnny Coles: Heavy Legs, Little Johnny C (Blue Note)
> Johnny Coles: Come Rain or Come Shine, The Warm Sound (Epic/Koch Jazz)
> Johnny Coles: New Morning, New Morning (Criss Cross)
> 9:52pm
> Duke Pearson; featuring Johnny Coles: Little Waltz, Prairie Dog (Atlantic/Koch Jazz)
> Geri Allen; featuring Johnny Coles: Old Folks, Some Aspects of Water (Storyville)
> Horace Parlan; featuring Johnny Coles: Dexi (J. Coles), Happy Frame of Mind (Blue Note)
> 9:56pm
> Johnny Hartman: I'll Never Smile Again; I Should Care; Close Your Eyes, 
> the Johnny Hartman Collection 1947-1972 (Hip-O)
> Johnny Hartman: Easy Living; For All We Know, Once In Every Life (Bee Hive LP)
> 10:19pm
> Lee Konitz; @ RegattaBar, Cambridge, MA., July 8, 2009: 
> You Go To My Head, The Real Lee Konitz (32 Jazz)
> Lee Konitz: Languid, Yes, Yes Nonet (Steeplechase)
> Lee Konitz: She's As Wild As Springtime, Wild As Springtime (Candid)
> 10:43pm
> Stephen Riley: Israel, Once Upon A Dream (Steeplechase)
> Ari Ambrose: Let's Cool One, Talk of The Town (Steeplechase)
> Ari Ambrose; Stephen Riley: Punjab, Tenor Treats (Steeplechase)
> 11:09pm
> Gil Evans; featuring Johnny Coles: Willow Tree; Bird Feathers, New Bottle Old Wine (Pacific Jazz)
> Gil Evans; featuring Johnny Coles: Sunken Treasure, Out of The Cool (Impulse)
> Gil Evans; featuring Johnny Coles: El Toreador, The Individualism of Gil Evans (Verve)
> James Moody; featuring Johnny Coles: Richard's Blues, Return From Overbrook (Chess)
> 11:36pm
> Warren Wolf: Body and Soul (Coltrane Version), Raw Wolf Pac (Warren Wolf Music)
> Edward Simon: Giant Steps, Poesia (CAM Jazz)
> Steve Kuhn; with Joe Lovano: Like Sonny, Mostly Coltrane (ECM)
> 11:55pm
> Johnny Coles: If I Should Lose You, The Warm Sound (Epic/Koch Jazz)--
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