[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI Jazz w/Jeff Duperon 05/08/09

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon May 11 10:43:25 EDT 2009

WRTI Jazz w/Jeff Duperon

Friday, 6pm-10pm 


Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label



Grey Areas, David Kikoski, Mostly Standards, Criss Cross Jazz

Patterns of Change, Adam Shulman Quintet, Patterns of Change, Kabocha

I Just Found Out About Love, Gail Pettis, May I Come In?, OA2 Records

Intrepid Warrior, Avery Sharpe Trio, Autumn Moonlight, JKNM Records

The Ambitious Violet, Sean Jones, The Search Within, Mack Avenue Records

Blue In Green, Jonathan Kreisberg, Night Songs, Criss Cross Jazz

Single Petal of a Rose, Kenny Burrell, Prime - live at the Downtown Room,
High Note


Congo, Kobie Watkins, Involved, Origin Records

The Burning Sands, Scotty Barnhart, Say It Plain, Unity Music

For Garrison (Both), Carl Allen & Rodney Whitaker, Work To Do, Mack Avenue

Dry, Ben Markley, Second Introduction, Origin Records


Forty-Four, One For All, Return of the Lineup, Sharp 9 Records

Just One of Those Things, Lee Morgan, Blue Note plays Cole Porter, Blue Note

The Razor Rim, Wynton Marsalis, He and She, Blue Note

Natural Woman, Derrick Gardner & the Jazz Prophets +2, echoes of ethnicity,
Owl Studios

Poinciana, Sean Lyons, Roar of Lyons, Posi-Tone

I Didn't Know What Time It Was, Jimmy Smith, Blue Note plays Rodgers & Hart,
Blue Note


Inner Urge, Blue Note 7, Mosaic, Blue Note

Blue 'n' Boogie, Dizzy Gillespie, Dizzy's Diamonds - The Best of the Verve
Years, Polygram

High Noon, Gary Smulyan, The Jazz Soul of Frankie Laine, Reservoir Music

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

Maricopa, "Papa" John DeFrancesco, Big Shot, Savant



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Jeff Duperon

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