[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon 07/11/09

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Tue Jul 14 17:02:37 EDT 2009


WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon

Saturday, 6PM-9PM

PLAYLIST
07/11/09

 

Song Title/Artist/CD-LP Title/ Label

 

6PM

These Are Soulful Days, Lee Morgan, Leeway, Blue Note

Heard's Word, Danny Grissett, Form, Criss Cross Jazz

Double Rainbow, Louis Hayes, The Time Keeper, 18th & Vine

Blues For Buddy, Joe Locke-David Hazeltine, Mutual Admiration Society 2,
Sharp 9 Records

Tiger's Lair, Tamir Hendelman, Playground, Swing Bros.

Four Women, Dee Alexander, Wild Is The Wind, BluJazz

Gingerbread Boy, Kendrick Scott, Reverence, Criss Cross Jazz

Expressions, Kobie Watkins, Involved, Origin Records

7PM

The Jones Brothers, Clayton Brothers, Brother To Brother, Artist Share

Casadiche, Jerry Bergonzi, Simply Put, Savant

The Storm, Sean Jones, The Search Within, Mack Avenue Records

Three Plus One, Elio Villafranca Quartet, The Source In Between, Ceiba Tree
Music

You Are Too Beautiful, Kurt Elling, Dedicated To You, Concord

Come Right In, The N. Glenn Davis Quintet, Come Right In, Jazzed Media

Match Point, Jed Levy, One Night at the Kitano, Steeplechase

8PM

Soucouyant, Etienne Charles, Folklore, Etienne Charles

One Two You, Gerald Clayton, Two-Shade, Artist Share

Talkin' To You, Venissa Santi, Bienvenida, Sunnyside

We Jazz June, Derrick Gardner & the Jazz Prophets +2, echoes of ethnicity,
Owl Studios

Pat, Ralph Bowen, Dedicated, Posi-Tone

Eternal, E. J. Strickland Quintet, In This Day, Strick Muzik

Three Pillars, Chad McCullough, Dark Wood, Dark Water, Origin Records

 

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Jeff Duperon

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