[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon 05/02/09

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon May 4 09:23:48 EDT 2009


WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon

Saturday, 6PM-9PM

PLAYLIST
05/02/2009

 

Song Title/Artist/CD-LP Title/ Label

 

6PM

If I Were A Bell, Miles Davis, The Very Best of Prestige Records, Prestige

Mississippi Man, Derrick Gardner & the Jazz Prophets + 2, echoes of
ethnicity, Owl Studios

Isotope, The Stanley Clarke Trio, Jazz In The Garden, Heads Up

Good Morning Blues, Jimmy Rushing, The Scene - live in New York, High Note

I Like It Funky, Red Holloway, Go Red Go!, Delmark

Eleanor Rigby, Carl Allen & Rodney Whitaker, Work To Do, Mack Avenue Records

7PM

The Artful Roger, Nick Hempton Band, Nick Hempton Band, Triple Distilled
Records

Jnana, Scotty Barnhart, Say It Plain, Unity Music

Jackpipe, One For All, Return of the Lineup, Sharp 9 Records

Nimbus, Justin Vasquez, Triptych, Justin Vasquez

4th Street Strut, Adam Shulman Quintet, Patterns of Change, Kabocha Records

Cruzada, Guilherme Monteiro, Air, BJU Records

8PM

Little Frances, Thomas Marriott, Flexicon, Origin Records

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

Bright Mississippi, Allen Toussaint, The Bright Mississippi, Nonesuch
Records

Herk From The South End, Sean Lyons, Roar of Lyons, Posi-Tone Records

Trials, Jimmy Greene, Mission Statement, Sunnyside

Dry, Ben Markley, Second Introduction, OA2 Records

Family Portrait, Donald Bailey, Blueprints of Jazz, Vol. 3, Talking House
Records

 

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Jeff Duperon

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