[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'The Historical Approach to the Positive Music' w/Jeff Duperon07/12/09

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Tue Jul 14 17:04:46 EDT 2009


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

Sunday, 8PM-Midnight 

PLAYLIST
07/12/09

Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label

 

8PM

Soul Brother, Hannibal, Hannibal and the Sunrise Orchestra, MPS

In What Direction Are You Headed?, Lee Morgan, The Last Sessions, Blue Note

The Creator Has A Master Plan, Pharoah Sanders, Karma, Impulse

9PM

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

Oh...If Only, Billy Harper, Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 2, Talking House
Records

Little Melonae, John Coltrane, Settin' The Pace, Prestige

Lester Left Town, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, live in Stockholm
1959, DIW Records

10PM

Out Of This World, John Coltrane, Coltrane, Impulse

On The Nile, Charles Tolliver Big Band, Emperor March: live at the Blue
Note, Half Note

You Go To My Head, Dinah Washington, Dinah Jams, EmArcy

The Promised Land, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, Three Blind Mice,
Vol. 2, Blue Note

Space Track, Freddie Hubbard, Without A Song: Live in Europe 1969, Blue Note

11PM

The Ring, Kenny Garrett, Sketches of MD: live at the Iridium, Mack Avenue
Records

Blue Jug/Harold's Blues, The Peter Hand Big Band, The Wizard of Jazz, Savant

Lazy Snake, Dave Holland Sextet, Pass It On, Dare 2 Records

Are We There Yet?, Danny Grissett, Form, Criss Cross Jazz

 

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Jeff Duperon

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will find his 'proper place' and will stay in it.  You do not need to send
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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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