[JPL] Natalie Cole Kidney Transplant

Lainie Cooke lainiesvoice at nyc.rr.com
Thu May 21 08:35:59 EDT 2009


My sister had kidney transplant at Cedars over thirty years ago and she is 
doing fine.  Thirty years is quite miraculous as you might imagine.  I send 
Natalie and her family my best wishes for a speedy recovery and a healthy 
long life.
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>   1. Playlist: Jazz with Don Gordon - KIPO - Honolulu  - 5/19/09
>      (Don  Gordon)
>   2. WFCR Playlist/Jazz ? la Mode, May 20, 2009 (Tom Reney)
>   3. May 20, 2009 Playlist of The Jazz Spectrum on WKPS--The Lion
>      90.7 FM (S. Shyam Sundar)
>   4. PLAYLIST: WEMU Latin jazz/world music 5/11-17/09 (Linda Yohn)
>   5. KKSF (Richard Conte)
>   6. Playlist WGBH 8 pm - mid. 5/19 (Eric Jackson)
>   7. Re: KKSF (s8nochaser at aol.com)
>   8. RE: KKSF (Jackson, Bobby)
>   9. Playlist: KAZI "Let's Cool One", May 19, 2009 (Let's Cool One)
>  10. Pronunciation Question (Peter Solomon)
>  11. Goldkette pronunciation (Thomas M. Bisard)
>  12. PLAYLIST - Afternoon Jazz w/ Jason M. Miller 91.3 KVLU
>      Beaumont, TX 05-20-09 (Jason M Miller)
>  13. Natalie Cole has kidney transplant (Dr. Jazz)
>  14. RE: Natalie Cole has kidney transplant (Kari Gaffney)
>  15. Playlist: Jazz from Gallery 41; Wednesday 20 May 2009; 3 PM
>      to 6 PM Pacific (Ron J Pelletier)
>  16. Playlist WCVE-FM Wed 5-20 (Peter Solomon)
>  17. PLAYLIST-Jazz: Louis Armstrong's Decca Sides and New Releases
>      for Wednesday May 20, 2009 with George Thomas (George Thomas)
>  18. Playlist : "Primetime Jazz" * Friday May 22nd * Radio
>      Adelaide 101.5FM (Gregory L Fisher)
>  19. George Avakian, Jazz Producer to the Greats (Dr. Jazz)
>  20. Brother of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery dies (Dr. Jazz)
>  21. PLAYLIST - WSHA  5/18/09  Straight No Chaser (Susan Reeves)
>  22. Terence Conley:  A Long Road Back, but Not a Lonely One (Dr. Jazz)
>  23. playlist: taintradio.org - taint town live 05-19-09 (Bob Rogers)
>
>
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> Message: 1
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 00:24:20 -1000
> From: "Don  Gordon" <dongordon at hawaii.rr.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Playlist: Jazz with Don Gordon - KIPO - Honolulu  -
> 5/19/09
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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> Jazz with Don Gordon
> KIPO - Honolulu -Tuesday May 19, 2009
> 8:00pm - Midnight
> Please direct CD's for airplay consideration to:
> Don Gordon
> KIPO
> 738 Keheka Street
> Honolulu, HI 96814
> www.dongordon.net
>
> 8:00pm
> Maynard Ferguson - One More Trip To Birdland - Blues From Around Here - 
> (Concord)
> *Adam Glasser - Free At First - Mãos De Afeto - (Sunnyside)
> *Grant Geissman - Cool Man Cool - Even If. - (Futurism)
> Christian Jacob - Styne & Mine - Never Never Land - (Wilder Jazz)
> *Joe Sample/Randy Crawford - No Regrets - Respect Yourself - (PRA)
> Tom Ranier/Glenn Cashman - Bright Idea - Southland - (Primrose Lane)
> *Kenny Burrell - Live At The Downtown Room - Will You Still Be Mine - 
> (HighNote)
> *Benny Golson - New Time, New 'Tet - Grove's Groove - (Concord)
> 9:00pm
> Bob Mintzer - Incredible Journey - Incredible Journey - (dmp)
> *Thomas Marriott - Flexicon - Spring Is Here - (Origin)
> *Nancy Wright - Moanin' - You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To - (Chicken 
> Coup)
> Michael B - Dem's Da Breaks - Sweet & Lovely - (Primrose Lane)
> David Hazeltine - The Classic Trio - Day's Of Wine And Roses - (Sharp 9)
> Lee Ritenour - Color Rit - Color Rit - (grp)
> *Sean Lyons - Roar Of Lyons - Soultrane - (Positone)
> Carl Saunders - Out Of The Blue - Haunted Heart - (SNL)
> 10:00pm
> *Red Holloway - Go Red Go! - Deep Purple - (Delmark)
> Phil Woods - This Is How I Feel About Quincy - For Lena And Lennie - 
> (Jazzed Media)
> *Jermaine Landsberger - Getting' Blazed - Romance - (Resonance)
> Anthony Wonsey - Blues For Hiroshi - Nobody Else But Me - (Sharp 9)
> Chie Imaizumi - Unfailing Kindness - A Change For The Better - (Capri)
> Grover Washington, Jr. - All My Tomorrows - Estate - (Columbia)
> John Hicks - Nightwind - Misty - (HighNote)
> 11:00pm
> George Stone - Piece By Piece - Long Ago And Far Away - (Sea Breeze)
> Diane Schuur/Count Basie - Diane Schuur & The Count Basie Orchestra - 
> Deedles' Blues - (grp)
> The Crusaders - Live In Japan - Carmel - (grp)
> Dave Valentin - Live At The Blue Note - (grp)
> Chick Corea Akoustic Band - Alive - Sophisticated Lady - (grp)
> GRP All-Star Band - Big Band Live - Sister Sadie - (grp)
> B.B. King - Live At The Apollo - Sweet Sixteen - (grp)
> Rippingtons - Live In L.A. - Tourist In Paradise - (grp)
>
> *Recent release
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 07:21:34 -0400
> From: "Tom Reney" <tr at wfcr.org>
> Subject: [JPL] WFCR Playlist/Jazz ? la Mode, May 20, 2009
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID: <17FBAF57E8D14C2F9466F6D15BC6A559 at RESUO.ads.umass.edu>
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> WFCR Playlist/Jazz à la Mode, Wednesday, May 20, 2009
>
> Fats Waller, b. May 21, 1904
> highlights from the new Mosaic Records collection of Louis Armstrong's 
> Decca sessions
> previewing the Dirty Dozen Brass Band's appearance at the Iron Horse, May 
> 21 www.iheg.com
>
> 8:00 PM Fats Waller Turn on the Heat Honeysuckle Rose Bluebird 1941
>
> 8:05 PM Louis Armstrong Satch Plays Fats Ain't Misbehavin' Columbia 1955
> 8:09 PM Fats Waller At the Piano Honeysuckle Rose Bluebird 1937
> 8:12 PM Judy Carmichael Come and Get It Christopher Columbus C&D 2009
> 8:18 PM Swing Masters Volume 3: Gene Krupa Undecided Dare 2009
>
> 8:27 PM Duke Heitger Prince of Wails West End Blues Stomp Off 2001
> 8:31 PM Duke Heitger/Bernd Lhotzky Doin' the Voom Voom Saturday Night 
> Function Arbors 2009
> 8:34 PM Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi Egyptian Fantasy Nonesuch 
> 2009
> 8:39 PM Kermit Ruffins Livin' a Treme Life Didn't He Ramble Basin Streer 
> 2009
>
> 8:47 PM The Dirty Dozen Jelly New Orleans Blues Columbia 1993
> 8:51 PM The Dirty Dozen The New Orleans Album Don't You Feel My Leg 
> Columbia 1989 w Danny Barker
> 8:54 PM The Dirty Dozen The New Orleans Album The Monkey Columbia 1989 w 
> Dave Bartholomew
> 8:58 PM The Dirty Dozen Voodoo Moose the Mooche Columbia 1987 w Branford 
> Marsalis
> 9:03 PM The Dirty Dozen Medicated Magic Big Chief Ropeadope 2002 w Dr. 
> John
>
> 9:12 PM Fats Waller A Handful of Fats I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby Naxos 1931
> 9:15 PM Fats Waller A Handful of Fats Twelfth Street Rag Naxos 1935
> 9:18 PM Fats Waller Turn on the Heat Keepin' Out of Mischief Now Bluebird 
> 1937
> 9:21 PM Fats Waller The Middle Years/Part 1 The Joint Is Jumpin' Bluebird 
> 1937
> 9:24 PM Fats Waller The Middle Years/Part 2 Hold Tight Bluebird 1937
>
> 9:29 PM Louis Armstrong Complete Decca Sessions Hear Me Talkin' to Ya 
> Mosaic 1939
> 9:32 PM Louis Armstrong Complete Decca Sessions Save It Pretty Mama Mosaic 
> 1939
> 9:35 PM Louis Armstrong Complete Decca Sessions West End Blues Mosaic 1939
> 9:38 PM Louis Armstrong Complete Decca Sessions Savoy Blues Mosaic 1939
> 9:41 PM Louis Armstrong Complete Decca Sessions I'm Confessin' Mosaic 1939
> 9:44 PM Louis Armstrong Complete Decca Sessions Our Monday Date Mosaic 
> 1939
>
> 9:49 PM Louis Armstrong/Fats Waller In the Thirties I Got Rhythm Forlane 
> 1936
> 9:52 PM Louis Armstrong/Fats Waller In the Thirties On the Sunny Side of 
> the Street Forlane 1936
> 9:56 PM Louis Armstrong/Fats Waller In the Thirties Blues Forlane 1936
> 9:59 PM Louis Armstrong/Fats Waller In the Thirties Honeysuckle Rose 
> Forlane 1936
>
> 10:06 PM Fats Waller Turn on the Heat Carolina Shout Bluebird 1941
> 10:09 PM Fats Waller A Handful of Fats Darktown Strutter's Ball Naxos 1939
> 10:12 PM Fats Waller Turn on the Heat Viper's Drag Bluebird 1934
>
> 10:16 PM Millennial Territory Orchestra We Are MTO Viper Song MOWO! 2009
> 10:24 PM Catherine Russell Sentimental Streak I've Got That Thing World 
> Village 2008
> 10:27 PM John Scofield Piety Street Walk With Me EmArcy 2009
> 10:32 PM Dr. Lonnie Smith Rise Up Tyrone Palmetto 2009
>
> 10:40 PM Eddie Daniels/Roger Kellaway A Duet of One New Orleans IPO 2009
> 10:48 PM Harry Skoler Two Ones Two As One Soliloquy 2009
> 10:53 PM Mel Martin Where the Warm Winds Blow Ezz-Thetic Jazzed Media 2009
>
>
>
> Tom Reney
> "Jazz à la Mode"
> Monday-Friday, 8 - 11 p.m.
>
> WFCR
> NPR News and Music for Western New England
> Hampshire House
> 131 County Circle
> Amherst, MA 01003-9257
>
> tr at wfcr.org
> www.wfcr.org
>
> 413-545-3220 office
> 413-545-2546 fax
>
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>
> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 10:48:00 -0400
> From: "S. Shyam Sundar" <sss12 at psu.edu>
> Subject: [JPL] May 20, 2009 Playlist of The Jazz Spectrum on WKPS--The
> Lion 90.7 FM
> To: "S. Shyam Sundar" <sss12 at psu.edu>
> Cc: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
> Playlist for May 20, 2009
>
>
>
> KOBIE WATKINS-Third Pew-Involved-Origin Records-2009
>
> TIM DAVIES BIG BAND-Dialmentia-Dialmentia-Origin Records-2009
>
> LAURA KLEIN & TED WOLFF-I Concentrate on You-Cerulean Blue-Laura Klein
> & Ted Wolff-2008
>
> AHMAD JAMAL-You Can See-In Search of Momentrum [1-10]-Dreyfus Jazz-2003
>
> CANDY DULFER-Don't Go-Funked Up!-Heads Up-2009
>
> HORACE SILVER-Satisfaction Guaranteed-Jazz has a Sense of Humor-Verve-
> 2009
>
> CECILIA-Dance With Me-Papillon-One E Music-2008
>
> TIEMPO LIBRE-Fuga-Bach in Havana-Sony-2009
>
> BIPOLAR-And I Love Her-Euphrates, Me Jane-Bipolar-2009
>
> BILL ANSCHELL & BRENT JENSEN-I'm Old Fashioned-We Couldn't Agree More-
> Origin-2009
>
> KYLE ASCHE-Nite Vidual-Blues for Mel-Tippin' Records-2009
>
> FRED FORNEY-Chasing Horizons-Chasing Horizons-OA2 Records-2009
>
> COOPER & JOHNSON-Shiny Stockings-Common Journey-Crossover Media-2009
>
> MACEO PARKER-Advanced Funk-Back to Funk-Heads Up--2008
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 13:48:37 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Linda Yohn <lyohn at emich.edu>
> Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: WEMU Latin jazz/world music 5/11-17/09
> To: Proglist <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID:
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> WEMU LATIN / WORLD AIRPLAY May 11, 2009 â?" May 17, 2009
> LINDA YOHN, MUSIC DIRECTOR
>
> 1.        AMADOU & MARIAM â?oWelcome to Maliâ? (Nonesuch) {3}
> 2.        DIEGO BARBER â?oCalimaâ? (Sunnyside) {3}
> 3.        HILARIO DURAN & PERSPECTIVA â?oEncuentro En La Habanaâ? (Alma) 
> {3}
> 4.        HAMLET & HIS LATIN JAZZ EXPERIENCE â?oDescarumbiandoâ? 
> (FREIAUDIO RECORDS) {3}
> 5.        FAREED HAQUE & THE FLAT EARTH ENSEMBLE â?oFlat Planetâ? (Owl 
> Studios) {3}
> 6.        BUDOS BAND â?oBudos Band IIâ? (Daptone) {2}
> 7.        CRAIG ENRIGHT â?oLa Bellezaâ?¦â? (www.craigenright.com) {2}
> 8.        GRUPO FALSO BAIANO â?oViajando: Choro E Jazzâ? (Massaraco) {2}
> 9.        GEOFFREY KEEZER â?oAureaâ? (Artist Share) {2}
> 10.        BOBBY MATOS AFRO LATIN JAZZ ENSEMBLE â?oUnityâ? (Life Force 
> Jazz) {2}
> 11.        ADRIANA MIKI â?oSasimikiâ? (Apria) {2}
> 12.        SCOTT OAKLEY Y SUS IMCOMPARABLES â?oCancion Para Mi Amorâ? 
> (Invisible Music) {2}
> 13.        CLAUDIO RODITI â?oBrazilliance X 4â? (Resonance) {2}
> 14.        JOE ZAWINUL & THE ZAWINUL SYNDICATE â?o75â? (Heads Up) {2}
> 15.        CLAUDIA ACUNA â?oEn Este Momentoâ? (Marsalis Music) {1}
> 16.        EVA AYALLON â?oKimba Faâ? (Four Quarters Entertainment) {1}
> 17.        THE ECHO PARK PROJECT â?oEl Viernes Socialâ? 
> (www.theechoparkproject.com) {1}
> 18.        FOLKLORE URBANO â?oCorazonâ? (Chonta) {1}
> 19.        MAGOS HERRERA â?oDistanciaâ? (Sunnyside) {1}
> 20.        MARK HOLENâ?TS ZAMBOMBA â?oThree Gold Coinsâ? (Zambomba) {1}
> 21.        HOT HOUSE â?oCuban Tribute To Charlie Parkerâ? 
> (www.gluzband.net) {1}
> 22.        SO KALMERY â?oBrakka Systemâ? (World Village) {1}
> 23.        JEFF NARELL â?oCallallooâ? (www.jeffnarell.com) {1}
> 24.        VENISSA SANTI â?oBienvenidaâ? (Sunnyside) {1}
> 25.        OMAR SOSA â?oAcross The Divide: A Tale Of Rhythm And 
> Ancestry� (Half Note) {1}
> 26.        LA SUCURSAL S. A. â?oLo Nuestroâ? (N57) {1}
> 27.        ROKIA TRAORE â?oTchamantcheâ? (Nonesuch) {1}
> 28.        ORESTES VILATO â?oItâ?Ts About Timeâ? (RAFCA) {1}
> 29.        ZUCO 103 â?oAfter The Carnavalâ? (Six Degrees) {1}
>
> HISTORIC RECORDINGS RECEIVING SIGNIFICANT AIRPLAY
>
> 1.        FRANCO & LE TPOK JAZZ â?oFrancophonicâ? (Sternâ?Ts) {1}
> 2.        JUANECO Y SU COMBO â?oJuaneco Y Su Comboâ? (Barbes) {1}
>
> Linda
>
> Linda Yohn
> WEMU Music Director
> lyohn at emich.edu
> 734-487-2229
> www.wemu.org
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 5
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 11:11:52 -0700
> From: Richard Conte <dcjazz at vom.com>
> Subject: [JPL] KKSF
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <4EA12ACE-C9F1-4232-AE87-EA279A9A73F3 at vom.com>
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> By now, many have heard about the demise of KKSF,San Francisco's
> smooth jazz station since 1987, now playing yet another classic rock
> format....my Sunday night Jazz Cafe show was cancelled on
> inauguration day after a 21 year run....fortuneately the Bar Area has
> KCSM 91.1, commercial free 24 hour/day jazz, also available on
> www.kcsm.org. where I continue to do Saturday afternoons 2-6.
>
>
>
> Dick Conte
> dcjazz at vom.com
> www.dickcontejazz.com
>
>
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 6
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 14:14:26 -0400
> From: Eric Jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
> Subject: [JPL] Playlist WGBH 8 pm - mid. 5/19
> To: JPL <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID: <4A144882.5020000 at comcast.net>
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> Tuesday, May 19, 8pm-midnight, WGBH 89.7
>
> Listed by artist: selection, album (label)
>
> 8:00pm
> Tommy Flanagan: Peace, Something Borrowed Something Blue (Galaxy)
>
> 8:07pm
> Chet Baker: El Morro, You Can't Go Home Again (A&M 0805)
>
> 8:24pm
> Stanley Clarke: Paradigm Shift, Jazz In The Garden (Heads Up 3155)
>
> 8:32pm
> Sean Jones: Life Cycles, The Search Within (Mack Avenue 1044)
>
> 8:38pm
> Jack DeJohnette: Tango African, Music We Are (Kindred Rhythm 1150)
>
> 8:47pm
> Diana Krall: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, Quiet Nights (Verve 
> 80012433)
>
> 8:51pm
> Carl Allen/Rodney Whitaker: With You I'm Born Again, Work To Do (Mack
> Avenue 1045)
>
> 8:58pm
> Kenny Burrell: Single Petal Of A Rose, Prime (HighNote 7193)
>
> Live interview with Greg Abate
>
> 9:06pm
> Greg Abate: Silveresque, Live In Monterey (Wave Street)
>
> 9:23pm
> Greg Abate: Be-Bop, Live In Monterey (Wave Street Street)
>
> 9:34am
> Greg Abate: For The Love Of Life, Live In Monterey (Wave Street Studio)
>
> 9:49pm
> Greg Abate/Alan Barnes: The "Y" Blues, Birds Of A Feather (Woodville 123)
>
> 10:02pm
> Greg Abate/Alan Barnes: The Birdfeeder, Birds Of A Feather (Woodville 123)
>
> 10:14pm
> Phil Ranelin: Blue Bossa, Living A New Day (Wide Hive 0288)
>
> 10:20pm
> Scotty Barnhart: Haley's Passage, Say It Plain (Dig 137)
>
> 10:25pm
> One For All: Road To Marostica, Return Of The Lineup (Sharp Nine 1042)
>
> 10:37pm
> Lizz Wright: I Idolize You, The Orchard (Verve 0010292)
>
> 10:42pm
> Allen Toussaint: Winin' Boy Blues, The Bright Mississippi (Nonesuch 
> 480380)
>
> 10:49pm
> Red Holloway: Deep Purple, Go Red Go! (Delmark 585)
>
> 11:03pm
> Sonny Rollins: Blossom, Road Shows Vol 1 (Doxy 0012165)
>
> 11:15pm
> Branford Marsalis: The Return Of The Jitney Man, Metamorphosen (Marsalis
> Music 74946-0011)
>
> 11:24pm
> Omar Sosa: Promised Land, Across The Divide (Half Note 4538)
>
> 11:31pm
> Joel Larue Smith: Obsesion, September's Child (Joel LaRue Smith)
>
> 11:38pm
> Bobby Sanabria: Oyeme, Kenya (Jazzheads 1167)
>
> 11:44pm
> Daniel Sadownick: A Kiss That Whispers, There Will Be A Day (In Time)
>
> 11:51pm
> Yusef Lateef: A Long Time Ago, The Diverse Yusef Lateef (Rhino 71552)
>
> Airtimes are approximate.
>
>
> Eric Jackson
> Monday - Thursday 8 pm - mid.
> WGBH 89.7
> www.wgbh.org/jazz
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 7
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 14:25:37 -0400
> From: s8nochaser at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [JPL] KKSF
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <8CBA78F8175A64C-132C-B8B at mblk-d45.sysops.aol.com>
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> I'd catch that show from time to time Dick.....always quite refreshing 
> aside from the usual old format, which I'd rarely tune into.
>
> Best;
> Mike Schwartz/KSJS
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Conte <dcjazz at vom.com>
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Sent: Wed, 20 May 2009 11:11 am
> Subject: [JPL] KKSF
>
>
> By now, many have heard about the demise of KKSF,San Francisco's smooth 
> jazz station since 1987, now playing yet another classic rock format....my 
> Sunday night Jazz Cafe show was cancelled on inauguration day after a 21 
> year run....fortuneately the Bar Area has KCSM 91.1, commercial free 24 
> hour/day jazz, also available on www.kcsm.org. where I continue to do 
> Saturday afternoons 2-6.?
> ?
> ?
> Dick Conte?
> dcjazz at vom.com?
> www.dickcontejazz.com?
> ?
> ?
> --?
> ?
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>
> Message: 8
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 14:41:16 -0400
> From: "Jackson, Bobby" <Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org>
> Subject: RE: [JPL] KKSF
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID: <09B5706F3B6C9D46BF599789E851A3F90505C7 at NEON.WVIZ.org>
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>
> No,
>
> I didn't hear about the demise of jazz at KKSF.  It is a sad day and sad 
> times indeed!
>
> Aloha,
>
> Bobby
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com on behalf of Richard Conte
> Sent: Wed 5/20/2009 2:11 PM
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Subject: [JPL] KKSF
>
> By now, many have heard about the demise of KKSF,San Francisco's
> smooth jazz station since 1987, now playing yet another classic rock
> format....my Sunday night Jazz Cafe show was cancelled on
> inauguration day after a 21 year run....fortuneately the Bar Area has
> KCSM 91.1, commercial free 24 hour/day jazz, also available on
> www.kcsm.org. where I continue to do Saturday afternoons 2-6.
>
>
>
> Dick Conte
> dcjazz at vom.com
> www.dickcontejazz.com
>
>
>
>
> --
>
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>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 9
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 13:56:19 -0500
> From: "Let's Cool One" <letscoolone at grandecom.net>
> Subject: [JPL] Playlist: KAZI "Let's Cool One", May 19, 2009
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID: <CHEGKIBNJKNMNBNBMNDCGEKBCAAA.letscoolone at grandecom.net>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
> "Let's Cool One" -- wondering and wandering -- Since 1990
>
> Full show: http://www.letscoolone.org/playlists/lco20090519.htm
>
> JTQ / Blacksmith / New world / Real Self
> David Fiuczynski / Shiraz / KiF express / FuzeLicious Morsels
> Steve Carter / Out with the out crowd / Cosmopolis / Carter
> Ryan Meagher / Divided road / Atroefy / Fresh Sound
>
> Kenny Burrell / Common ground / Prime / High Note
> Omar Sosa / Gabriel's trumpet / Across the divide / Half Note
> Oran Etkin / Nina / Kelenia / Motema
>
> Roger Davidson / Fuerza milonguera / Pasion por la vida / Soundbrush
>
> Scotty Barnhart / Say it plain / Say it plain / Unity
> John Scofield / Just a little while to stay here / Piety Street / EmArcy
> Dominick Farinacci / Silent cry / Lovers, tales & dances / Koch
>
> John Stetch / The six million dollar man / TV trio / Brux
> Thomas Marriott / You only live twice / Flexicon / Origin
> Craig Enright / Bata boogie / La belleza / Enright
>
> Shaynee Rainbolt / Sounds in the night / sings Russell Garcia / SFR
> Matt Criscuolo / Miyako / Melancholia / M
>
> Vincent Herring / Into the midnight / Don't let it go / Music Masters
>
>
> Greg Rickard
> "Let's Cool One"
> KAZI 88.7 FM
> 8906 Wall St.  Ste 203
> Austin, TX  78754-4541
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 10
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 15:31:27 -0400
> From: Peter Solomon <psolomon at ideastations.org>
> Subject: [JPL] Pronunciation Question
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID:
> <ed461d2f0905201231k277e38b9g83c941565a7dd4e6 at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>
> Does anyone know the correct pronunciation for Jean Goldkette (first and
> last names)?
> Thanks
>
> Peter Solomon
> WCVE Public Radio
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 11
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 16:04:21 -0400
> From: "Thomas M. Bisard" <mrbiz at torchlake.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Goldkette pronunciation
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <2559a26a49da44f0b94233aafee4d628.mrbiz at torchlake.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
>
> Peter wrote:
>
> Does anyone know the correct pronunciation for Jean Goldkette (first and
> last names
>
>
>
>
>
> I answer:
>
> Jean (Jeen) Goldkette (GOLD-keht)  Jean like bluejeans & Gold like gold & 
> kette like yet but with a
> k.
>
> My private clarinet/sax/flute teacher Gene Prendergast played in Jean's 
> band back in the 30's in
> Detroit.
>
> -Biz @ WNMC
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 12
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 15:09:11 -0500 (CDT)
> From: Jason M Miller <jmmiller at my.lamar.edu>
> Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST - Afternoon Jazz w/ Jason M. Miller 91.3 KVLU
> Beaumont, TX 05-20-09
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <6871252.1242850151202.JavaMail.jmmiller at my.lamar.edu>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> Afternoon Jazz
> hosted by Jason M. Miller
> Mon.- Fri. 12:30pm-3pm
> 91.3 KVLU Beaumont, TX
>
> www.kvlu.org
>
> Airdate: 05-20-09
>
> Artist(s) - Song(s) - Album (Label) [C] = current release [a] = add
>
> Theme
>
>  BREAK
>
> Adam Shulman Quintet - 4th Street Strut - Patterns Of Change (Kabocha)
> [C]
> Thomas Marriott - Spring Is Here - Flexicon (Origin) [C]
> Henry Butler - Spring Jam - For All Seasons (Atlantic Jazz)
>
>  BREAK
>
> Don Aliquo - This Is New - Jazz Folk (Young Warrior)
> Benny Powell - The Caribbean Express - Nextep (Origin)
> Allen Toussaint - Singin' The Blues - The Bright Mississippi (Nonesuch)
> [C]
> Denise Donatelli - We'll Be Together Again - What Lies Within (Savant)
>
>  BREAK
>
> Bridge Quartet - Bemsha Swing - Night (Origin) [C]
> Thelonius Monk - Bright Mississippi - Liv At The Jazz Workshop
> (Columbia)
>
>  BREAK
>
> Dominick Farinacci - Don't Explain - Lovers, Tales & Dances (Koch) [C]
> Laura Klein & Ted Wolff - Voyage - Cerulean Blue (self-released) [C]
> Kenny Barron Trio - Blue Moon - Live At Bradley's (Sunnyside)
> Coleman Hawkins - Moonglow - The Hawk Relaxes (Prestige/Moodsville)
> Scott Hamilton - East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) - East Of the
> Sun (Concord)
>
>  BREAK
>
> Melody Gardot - If The Stars Were Mine - My One And Only Thril (Verve)
> [C]
> Andy Bey - Pretty Girl (The Starcrossed Lovers) - Shades Of Bey
> (Evidence)
> Jane Monheit - Like A Star - The Lovers, The Dreamers And Me (Concord)
> [C]
> Bill Evans Trio - Stella By Starlight - Letter To Evan (Dreyfus Jazz)
>
>  BREAK
>
> Thelonius Monk - Memories Of You / Just You, Just Me - Live At The Jazz
> Workshop (Columbia)
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 13
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 18:35:36 -0400
> From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Natalie Cole has kidney transplant
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID: <4A1485B8.5080906 at drjazz.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
> *LOS ANGELES, California (CNN)* --
> Singer Natalie Cole underwent kidney transplant surgery at a Los
> Angeles, California, hospital Tuesday, according to a statement from her
> publicist.
>
> Cole, daughter of legendary singer-actor Nat King Cole, has been
> receiving kidney dialysis three times a week since September, the
> statement said.
>
> Cole was "resting comfortably" at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los
> Angeles, it said.  "Ms. Cole's physicians have advised her to postpone
> her summer tour dates as she recuperates for the next three to four
> months," it said.
>
> Rescheduled concert dates will be announced soon for Cole's tour, which
> is in support of her current double-Grammy-winning CD, "Still
> Unforgettable."
>
> -- 
> Dr. Jazz
> Dr. Jazz Operations
> 24270 Eastwood
> Oak Park, MI  48237
> (248) 542-7888
> http://www.drjazz.com
> SKYPE:  drjazz99
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 14
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 19:12:19 -0400
> From: "Kari Gaffney" <kari at karigaffney.com>
> Subject: RE: [JPL] Natalie Cole has kidney transplant
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID: <A199622FA45743E3A221402E1640A31A at karimain>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>
> Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is the most fabulous medical facility, my 
> uncle
> had a heart transplant this last Thanksgiving and the staff is amazing, it
> is the best hospital to be in, she is in great hands with a wonderful,
> caring staff!
>
> Kari Gaffney
> Kari-On Productions
> Melodic Promotions
> 706.993.2223 Direct Line
> 706.294.9996 Cell
> kari at karigaffney.com
> www.karigaffney.com
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
> [mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Dr. Jazz
> Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 6:36 PM
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Subject: [JPL] Natalie Cole has kidney transplant
>
> *LOS ANGELES, California (CNN)* --
> Singer Natalie Cole underwent kidney transplant surgery at a Los
> Angeles, California, hospital Tuesday, according to a statement from her
> publicist.
>
> Cole, daughter of legendary singer-actor Nat King Cole, has been
> receiving kidney dialysis three times a week since September, the
> statement said.
>
> Cole was "resting comfortably" at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los
> Angeles, it said.  "Ms. Cole's physicians have advised her to postpone
> her summer tour dates as she recuperates for the next three to four
> months," it said.
>
> Rescheduled concert dates will be announced soon for Cole's tour, which
> is in support of her current double-Grammy-winning CD, "Still
> Unforgettable."
>
> -- 
> Dr. Jazz
> Dr. Jazz Operations
> 24270 Eastwood
> Oak Park, MI  48237
> (248) 542-7888
> http://www.drjazz.com
> SKYPE:  drjazz99
>
> --
>
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>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 15
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 18:03:11 -0700
> From: "Ron J Pelletier" <ron.pelletier at gallery41.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Playlist: Jazz from Gallery 41; Wednesday 20 May 2009;
> 3 PM to 6 PM Pacific
> To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
> Message-ID: <ONECLLGHEJLHNLPFHJHKMECANJAA.ron.pelletier at gallery41.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>
> Jazz from Gallery 41 Playlist
> Wednesday, May 20, 2009
> 3 PM to 6 PM Pacific
>   Artist / Song Title / Album Title (Label)
> *         Cannonball Adderley / Jive Samba / Jazz Workshop Revisited
> (Capitol)
> *         Chico Hamilton / Lady Gabor / Man From Two Worlds (Impulse)
> *         Mark Murphy / Milestones / Rah (Milestone)
> *         Gerald Wilson / The Wailer / Complete PJ Recordings. (Mosaic)
> *         Groove Holmes / When I Grow Too Old To Dream / On Basie's
> Bandstand (Prestige)
> *         Miles Davis / Walkin' / Miles Davis In Europe (Columbia)
> *         Shirley Horn / Gee Baby. / Violets For Your Furs (SteepleChase)
> *         Lauren Sevian / True / Blueprint (Inner Circle)
> *         Herbie Hancock / Succotash / Inventions & Dimensions (Blue Note)
> *         Lage Lund / You Do Something To Me / Early Songs (Criss Cross)
> *         Gene Ammons / Ca' Purange / Greatest Hits: The Sixties 
> (Prestige)
> *         E.J. Stickland / Eternal / In This Day (Strick Muzik)
> *         Marcus Strickland / Virtue / Open Reel Deck (Strick Muzik)
> *         Donald Byrd / Cute / The Cat Walk (Blue Note)
> *         Kenny Barron / Big Girls / Quickstep (Enja)
> *         Steve Khan / Melancholee / Suitcase (Tone Center)
> *         Lee Morgan / Capra Black / The Last Session (Blue Note)
> Recent adds:
> *         Bill Anschell & Brent Jensen / We Couldn't Agree More (Origin)
> *         Irene Atman / New York Rendezvous (IA)
> *         David Binney & Alan Ferber / In The Paint (PosiTone)
> *         Todd Bishop / 69 Annee Erotique (Origin)
> *         Brian Blade / Mama Rosa (Verve Forecast)
> *         Craig Buhler / Skyomish (Discernment)
> *         Barry Cooper & Kris Johnson / Common Journey (CJ)
> *         Corea & McLaughlin / Five Peace Band (Concord)
> *         Cyminology / As Ney (ECM)
> *         Tim Davies / Dialmentia (Origin)
> *         Ambrose Field & John Potter / Being Dufay (ECM)
> *         Fly / Sky & Country (ECM)
> *         Fred Forney / Chasing Horizons (OA2)
> *         Andrea Fultz / The German Projekt (AF)
> *         Jimmy Greene / Mission Statement (RazDaz)
> *         Arve Henriksen / Cartography (ECM)
> *         Fred Hersch / Live At Jazz Standard (Sunnyside)
> *         Julian Lage / Sounding Point (Emarcy)
> *         Jennifer Lee/ Quiet Joy (SBE)
> *         Lage Lund / Early Songs (Criss Cross)
> *         Sean Lyons / Roar Of Lyons (Positone)
> *         Donald Malloy / Spirituality (DM)
> *         Thomas Marriott / Flexicon (Origin)
> *         One For All / Return Of The Lineup (Sharp Nine)
> *         Radam Schwartz / Blues Citizen (Savant)
> *         Lauren Sevian / Blueprint (Inner Circle)
> *         Yotam Silberstein / Yotam Silberstein (Positone)
> *         E.J. Strickland / In This Day (Strick Muzik)
> *         Charles Tolliver Big Band / Emperor March (Half Note)
> *         Matt Ulery / Themes And Scenes (Woolgathering)
> *         Kobie Watkins / Involved (Origin)
> *         Cassandra Wilson / Closer To You (Blue Note)
> *         Sam Yahel / Hometown (Positone)
> Send Submissions for Airplay to:
> Jazz from Gallery 41
> PO Box 8415
> Berkeley, CA 94707
> Looking forward.
> ---------------------------------------------------
> Ron J. Pelletier
> Gallery 41 <http://www.gallery41.com/>
> PO Box 8415; Berkeley, CA 94707
> Tel: 510.528.0326 / Fax: 510.528.6777
> Jazz from Gallery 41 - Check Our Broadcast Schedule
> <http://www.live365.com/stations/gallery41?site=pro>
> Evening Jazz / KCSM-FM91 <mailto:ron at kcsm.net>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 16
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 21:55:07 -0400
> From: Peter Solomon <psolomon at ideastations.org>
> Subject: [JPL] Playlist WCVE-FM Wed 5-20
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com, michael carlson <mcpro at earthlink.net>
> Message-ID:
> <ed461d2f0905201855t170d6e72v659576e382142d28 at mail.gmail.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
>
> Tonight's playlist from WCVE, archived at ideastations.org/radio. Please
> direct cd's for airplay consideration to the address below.
>
> Thanks
>
> Peter Solomon
> WCVE-FM
> 23 Sesame Street
> Richmond VA 23235
>
>
> WCVE-FM Jazz Playlist Wednesday May 20, 2009
>
>
>
> (Charlie Parker, Benny Harris) *Ornithology *- *Charlie Parker: The 
> Complete
> Dial Sessions* - Stash - STCD-567 - 570
>
>
>
> (Gershwin) *Nice Work if You Can Get It* - *The Bud Powell Trio Plays* -
> Roulette Jazz - CDP 7939022
>
>
>
> (Ocar Pettiford) *Chance It* - *Miles Davis Volume 1* - Blue Note - 7243 5
> 32610 2 3
>
>
>
> (Horace Silver) *Doin' the Thing* - *Doin' the Thing* - Horace Silver at 
> the
> Village Gate - Blue Note - 0946 3 62682 2 4
>
>
>
> (Kenny Wheeler) *Kind Folk* - *Angel Song* - Kenny Wheeler, Lee Konitz, 
> Bill
> Frisell, Dave Holland - ECM / BMG Classics - 78118-21607-2
>
>
>
> (Santos) *Coisa #10* - *It's Clear* - Helio Alves - Reservoir - RSR CD 196
>
>
>
> (A.K. Salim)* Cannonnizing* - *Kenya** Revisited Live* - Bobby Sanabria 
> with
> the
>
> Manhattan School of Music Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra - Jazzheads - JH 1167
>
>
>
> (Jack Lawrence, Arthur Altman) *All or Nothing at All* - *Ballads *- John
> Coltrane - GRD 156
>
>
>
> (Jaki Byard) *Tribute to Jimmy Slide *- *Empirical* - Jaki Byard - Muse -
> MCD 6010
>
>
>
> (Hubert Giraud, Jean Drejac) *Under Paris Skies* - *The Hawk in Paris* -
> Coleman Hawkins with Manny Albam - Bluebird - 07863 51059-2
>
>
>
> (Freed, Brown) *Yours and Mine* - *Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of
> France Disc D: Paris 1946-1948* - JSP Records - CD904D
>
>
>
> 8:01 NPR News
>
>
>
> (Lynne Arriale) *Crawfish & Gumbo* - *Nuance *- Lynne Arriale - Motema -
> MTM-00022
>
>
>
> (Ed Saindon)* Leaves of Autumn *- *Two Ones* - Harry Skoler - Soliloquy
> Records - SOCD 2091
>
>
>
> (Kenny Dorham) *Blue Spring Shuffle* - *Quiet Kenny *- Kenny Dorham -
> Prestige - OJCCD-250-2
>
>
>
> (Myrow, Gordon) *You Make Me Feel So Young* - *Frank Sinatra: The Capitol
> Years* - Capitol - CDP 7 94317 2
>
>
>
>
>
> (Bob Haggart) *What's New* - *The Best of Jackie McLean* - Prestige -
> PRCD-5709-2
>
>
>
> (Roger Davidson) *Aventura* - *Pasion Por La Vida* - Roger Davidson and
> Raul Juarena - Soundbrush Records - SR 1015
>
>
>
> (Robin) *Hallelujah* - *Hallelujah!* - Ella Fitzgerald - Milan - 73138
> 35718-2
>
>
>
> (Ellington, Mills) *Mood Indigo* - The Legendary Sidney Bechet - 
> Bluebird -
> 6590-2-RB
>
>
>
> (Wallerm Kirkeby) *Bessie Bessie Bessie* - *Fats Waller* - 
> Bluebird/Legacy -
> 82876 83267 2
>
>
>
> (Shelton Brooks) *Some of These Days* - *The ABC's of Jazz* - John Allred 
> /
> Jeff Barnhart / Danny Coots - Arbors Jazz - ARCD 19371
>
>
>
> 9:01 NPR News
>
>
>
> (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Hesuen) *It Could Happen to You* - *The Days of
> Wine and Roses *- Don Friedman - 121277-2
>
>
>
> (Oran Etkin)* Nama* - *Kelenia -* Oran Etkin - Motema - MTM 24
>
>
>
> (Scott Burton) *Winterlight *- *Glows in the Dark* - Glows in the Dark -
> www.glowsinthedark.wordpress.com
>
>
>
> (Gordon, Warren) *There Will Never Be Another You* -* Let's Get Lost: The
> Best of Chet Baker Sings* - Pacific Jazz - CDP 7 92932  2
>
>
>
> (Wes Montgomery) *West Coast Blues* - *The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes
> Montgomery* - Riverside - OJCCD-036-2
>
>
>
> (Benny Golson) *I Remember Clifford* - *Inspiration* - Eddie Henderson -
> Milestone - MCD-9240-2
>
>
>
> (Burton Lane, Yip Harburg) *That Old Devil Moon* - *The Carmen McRae Betty
> Carter Duets *- Verve - 314 529 579-2
>
>
>
> (Ammons) *The One Before This* - *Boss Tenors* - Gene Ammons and Sonny 
> Stitt
> - Verve - 837 440-2
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 17
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 22:03:29 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "George Thomas" <jazz at vpr.net>
> Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST-Jazz: Louis Armstrong's Decca Sides and New
> Releases for Wednesday May 20, 2009 with George Thomas
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Cc: georgeharpthomas at hotmail.com
> Message-ID: <33007.172.18.0.202.1242871409.squirrel at 172.18.0.122>
> Content-Type: text/plain;charset=iso-8859-1
>
> Jazz: Louis Armstrong's Decca Sides and New Releases for Wednesday May 20,
> 2009 with George Thomas
>
>
> Playlist
>
> 08:00 PM
> Confessing That I Love You
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1939
>
> 08:04 PM
> Struttin' With Some Barbecue
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
> Composer Lillian Hardin Armstrong
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1938
>
> 08:07 PM
> The Flat Foot Floogee
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong & Mills Brothers
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1938
>
> 08:10 PM
> Was I To Blame For Falling In Love With You
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1935
>
> 08:13 PM
> Swing That Music
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1936
>
> 08:16 PM
> The Music Goes Round And Round
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1936
>
> 08:21 PM
> Egyptian Fantasy
> Artist Name Allen Toussaint
> Composer Bechet-Reid
> CD/Album The Bright Mississippi
> Record co./Cat # Nonesuch 480380-2
> Release Year 2009
> Note New
>
> 08:26 PM
> When The Saints Go Marching In
> Artist Name Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
> CD/Album The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
> Record co./Cat # Mosaic 7-243
> Release Year 1938
>
> 08:28 PM
> Didn't He Ramble
> Artist Name Kermit Ruffins
> Soloists Kermit Ruffins-Trumpet, Vocals ; Evan Christopher-Clarinet ;
> Troy Andrews-Trombone
> CD/Album Livin' A Treme Life
> Record co./Cat # Basin Street Records 0107-2
> Release Year 2009
> Note New
>
> 08:33 PM
> It's All Over Now; Kidd Jordan's Second Line
> Artist Name Dirty Dozen Brass Band & Dr. John
> CD/Album Jazz Moods-Hot
> Record co./Cat # Columbia/Legacy 93652
> Release Year 1989/1990
> Note In Concert: DDBB 5.23.09 Higher Ground, So. Burlington, VT
>
> 08:44 PM
> Just A Closer Walk With Thee
> Artist Name Allen Toussaint
> Soloists Allen Toussaint-Piano ; Don Byron-Clarinet
> CD/Album The Bright Mississippi
> Record co./Cat # Nonesuch 480380-2
> Release Year 2009
> Note New
>
> 08:49 PM
> 'Til There Was You
> Artist Name Cassandra Wilson
> Composer Meredith Willson
> Soloists Cassandra Wilson-Vocals ; Marvin Sewell-Guitar ; Jason 
> Moran-Piano
> CD/Album Loverly
> Record co./Cat # Blue Note Records 07699 2
> Release Year 2008
>
> 08:55 PM
> Sidewalk Blues
> Artist Name Dirty Dozen Brass Band
> Composer Jelly Roll Morton
> CD/Album Jelly
> Record co./Cat # Columbia 53214-2
> Release Year 1993
> Note In Concert: DDBB 5.23.09 Higher Ground, So. Burlington, VT
>
> 09:01 PM
> That's All
> Artist Name Jennifer Hartswick
> Composer Bob Haymes & Alan Brandt
> Soloists Jennifer Hartswick-Vocals, Trumpet ; Joe Davidian-Piano ;
> Nicholas Cassarino-Guitar ; John Rivers-Bass ; Geza Carr-Drums ; Andrew
> Breskin-Tenor Sax
> CD/Album True
> Record co./Cat # Rubber Jungle Records 07
> Release Year 2007
>
> 09:06 PM
> Congo
> Artist Name Kobie Watkins
> Composer Harold Mims
> Soloists Geof Bradfield-Tenor Sax ; Ryan Cohan-Piano ; Kobie
> Watkins-Drums ; Pharez Whitted-Trumpet ; Clark Summers-Bass
> CD/Album Involved
> Record co./Cat # Origin Records 82532
> Release Year 2009
> Note New
>
> 09:15 PM
> Embraceable You
> Artist Name Sarah Vaughan
> Composer Gershwin & Gershwin
> CD/Album I Heard It On NPR - Ladies Jazz It Up
> Record co./Cat # NPR 0036
> Release Year 1954
>
> 09:22 PM
> Friendly Fire
> Artist Name Bob Albanese Trio with Ira Sullivan
> Composer Bob Albanese
> Soloists Bob Albanese-Piano ; Ira Sullivan-Tenor Sax
> CD/Album One Way/Detour
> Record co./Cat # Zoho Music 200905
> Release Year 2009
> Note New
>
> 09:30 PM
> Verrazano Moon
> Artist Name Joe Locke & Frank Kimbrough
> Composer Locke
> Soloists Joe Locke-Vibes ; Frank Kimbrough-Piano
> CD/Album Verrazano Moon
> Record co./Cat # OmniTone 12209
> Release Year 2008
> Note New
>
> 09:38 PM
> It Might As Well Be Spring
> Artist Name Grace Kelly
> Composer Rodgers/Hammerstein II
> Soloists Grace Kelly-Alto Sax, Vocals
> CD/Album Mood Changes
> Record co./Cat # Pazz Productions 16-9
> Release Year 2009
> Note In Concert: 6/9/09 8:30p GK @ FlynnSpace, Burlington
>
> 09:45 PM
> But Not For Me
> Artist Name One For All
> Composer Gershwin & Gershwin
> Soloists Eric Alexander-Tenor Sax ; Jim Rotondi-Trumpet, Flugelhorn ;
> Steve Davis-Trombone ; David Hazeltine-Piano
> CD/Album Return Of The Lineup
> Record co./Cat # Sharp Nine Records 1042-2
> Release Year 2009
> Note New
>
> 09:52 PM
> Estate
> Artist Name Dominick Farinacci
> Soloists Dominick Farinacci-Trumpet ; Hilary Kole-Vocals ; Kenny
> Barron-Piano
> CD/Album Lovers, Tales & Dances
> Record co./Cat # Koch Records 4597
> Release Year 2008
> Note New
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Jazz In The Evening with George Thomas
> Vermont Public Radio
> 365 Troy Ave
> Colchester, VT 05446
>
> 802-654-4343
> jazz at vpr.net
> www.vpr.net
> Mon-Thu 8-10pm,Fri 9pm-mid
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>
> Message: 18
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 19:42:20 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Gregory L Fisher <jazzviews at yahoo.com.au>
> Subject: [JPL] Playlist : "Primetime Jazz" * Friday May 22nd * Radio
> Adelaide 101.5FM
> To: Yellow Dog <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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> This is my playlist for "Primetime Jazz", Friday May 22nd heard on Radio 
> Adelaide 101.5FM (Australia) now from 7-9pm (CST).
>
> In this program I'll be playing some African influenced Jazz from local 
> group "African Sunrise" which was recorded live in concert by Radio 
> Adelaide on Friday March 27th, 2009. The group is led by Jazz lecturer 
> Dustin 'Dusty' Cox on saxophone. Recently he spent some time in Durban, 
> South Africa. While there he was a member of the Darius Brubeck (son of 
> the famous Dave) Quintet.
>
> Many thanks to all the fine artists and labels who continue to support 
> great Jazz being heard in this part of the world.
>
> Greg Fisher
> for Radio Adelaide 101.5 FM
> streaming live 24/7 at http://www.radio.adelaide.edu.au/online
> Check out our Jazz Blog @ http://www.radio.adelaide.edu.au/jazz
>
> Friday (What's New?) 22/05/2009 Primetime Jazz Radio Adelaide 101.5FM
> Artiste / CD Title / Track Title / Label
> Dr Lonnie Smith / Rise Up! / People Make The World Go Round / Palmetto 
> Records
> John Scofield & Pat Metheny / I Can See Your House From Here / One Way To 
> Be / Blue Note
> Dianne Reeves / I Remember / Afro Blue / Blue Note
> Mike Clinco / Neon / Bookends / Whaling City Sound
> Joe Parillo Trio (w/Jay Hoggard) / Segments / Sandbox / Neoga Records
> Dave Holland Sextet / Pass It On / Equality / Dare2 Records
> * FGHR / Going Home / Three Miles Big / Fuse Music
> * Gerard Masters Trio / Pendulum / Stockton Shuffle / JazzGroove Records
> * "African Sunrise" (feat 'Dusty' Cox) / Lunchtime Concert Elder Hall 
> /Home At Last / Radio Adelaide Recording
> * "African Sunrise" (feat 'Dusty' Cox) / Lunchtime Concert Elder Hall / 
> Nants Inkululeku / Radio Adelaide Recording
> * "African Sunrise" (feat 'Dusty' Cox) / Lunchtime Concert Elder Hall / 
> Bototsi / Radio Adelaide Recording
> * "African Sunrise" (feat 'Dusty' Cox) / Lunchtime Concert Elder Hall / 
> Beauty Of Sunrise / Radio Adelaide Recording
> Gordon James / Gordon James: NYNJPA / Grazin' In the Grass / Caress Music
> Dr Lonnie Smith / Boogaloo To Beck / The New Pollution / Scufflin' Records
>
> * denotes Australian artist(s) on recording.
>
>
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> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 19
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 23:06:59 -0400
> From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
> Subject: [JPL] George Avakian, Jazz Producer to the Greats
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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> ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT MAY 19, 2009 Jazz Producer to the Greats
>
> By WILL FRIEDWALD
> George Avakian probably has done more to influence the way jazz has been
> heard over the past 70 years than anyone else alive. Mr. Avakian, who
> celebrated his 90th birthday in March, may not have single-handedly
> invented the jazz album, but in 1939 and 1940 he got the concept off the
> ground. He is responsible for essential albums by Louis Armstrong, Duke
> Ellington, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck and other jazz greats -- a list
> much too long for this column. And he ran the first jazz reissue program.
>
> Born in the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide, Mr. Avakian arrived in
> New York in 1923. The first jazz record he distinctly remembers hearing
> was of the Casa Loma Orchestra in 1933, when he was 14, and the first
> jazz star he remembers seeing in person is Lucky Millinder, at a theater
> in New York's Washington Heights, the part of upper Manhattan where Mr.
> Avakian grew up. He got hooked on jazz via the radio, hearing Fats
> Waller, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and others. By 1936, when
> attending the Horace Mann School in the Bronx's Riverdale neighborhood,
> he contrived to interview Benny Goodman for the school paper; in 1962,
> Mr. Avakian accompanied Goodman on his ground-breaking tour of Russia.
>
> The legendary producer remains active in the recording industry at the
> age of 90, paneling a Grammy Museum discussion in January 2009.
> From Horace Mann, Mr. Avakian went to Yale, where he met the pioneering
> jazz scholar Marshall Stearns. After Stearns received his doctorate, he
> accepted an offer to teach at a university in Hawaii, and in the summer
> of 1939 he asked Mr. Avakian to drive with him to the West Coast. They
> made it a cross-country musical tour. "As we approached Chicago," Mr.
> Avakian recently recalled in a phone interview from his apartment in
> Riverdale, New York, "we were listening to the radio, and we heard Fats
> Waller and then Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtimers coming from the Hotel
> Sherman. So we just drove straight to the hotel, left our bags at the
> front desk, and spent the rest of the night with Fats and Muggsy."
>
> When he returned from that trip, Mr. Avakian was given the opportunity
> to produce what was possibly the first original jazz concept album. "I
> felt that jazz should be treated the way that classical music was
> treated, released in albums with three pockets and six selections, with
> annotations," he remembered. "I thought that the way to start the
> excitement would be to record the pioneers of the three cities that were
> responsible for spreading jazz: New Orleans, Kansas City and Chicago."
> He put together the Chicago album himself, starting with a date by Eddie
> Condon and his Chicagoans in August 1939.
>
> In 1940, he got a call from Ted Wallerstein of the recently reorganized
> Columbia Records and was hired to come in one day a week (while still
> attending Yale) to put together album packages from the corporation's
> already vast holdings. He remembers playing the recordings of Robert
> Johnson, and he made sure that they were preserved for future
> generations but wasn't able to issue them at the time "because nobody
> had ever heard of Robert Johnson."
>
> Mr. Avakian's work at Columbia was interrupted by the war (during which
> time the army trained him to speak German and then promptly shipped him
> out to the Pacific). His only professional experience with music during
> those five years was helping his friend Charles Edward Smith record an
> album of W.C. Handy songs for Asch Records, which indirectly inspired
> Mr. Avakian's famous album "Louis Armstrong Sings W. C. Handy" a decade
> later.
>
> Returning to New York in 1946, Second Lt. Avakian went back to work at
> Columbia and soon was in charge of the label's jazz, popular and
> international album releases -- first on 78s and then on 33 1/3 rpm LPs.
>>From 1946 to 1958, Mr. Avakian produced what seemed like an endless
> string of classic albums for the company. Among many others, he was
> responsible for pianist Erroll Garner's masterpiece "Concert by the
> Sea," which actually was a tape made almost by accident -- of a
> performance at an Army base in California. The success of Duke
> Ellington's 1956 Newport Jazz Festival concert also turned out to be a
> happy accident: The producer and artist had planned the concert album
> around a new suite by Ellington. But in actual performance, the big
> event turned out to be his 20-year-old composition "Diminuendo and
> Crescendo in Blue," with its epic tenor saxophone solo by Paul
> Gonsalves, which drove the crowd into a near frenzy and made "Newport"
> the biggest-selling album of Ellington's career.
>
> Mr. Avakian had particularly good luck with trumpeters, including the
> celebrated series of "Buck Clayton Jam Sessions" of 1953-1956. With
> Armstrong, Mr. Avakian not only produced two of Satchmo's most
> celebrated later works, his songbook tributes to Handy and to Fats
> Waller, but he also steered the legendary trumpeter-vocalist to one of
> his biggest hit singles, "Mack the Knife." Mr. Avakian takes special
> pride in his association with Miles Davis, as he noted both to me and in
> a 2005 interview on this page with John McDonough.
>
> Mr. Avakian was doing his best to keep up with the demand, but the 1950s
> were the era of a major boom in the recording industry, when every home
> had a long-playing turntable and everybody seemed to be buying tons of
> albums. Mr. Avakian was exhausting himself; he even bought a tape deck
> so he could edit masters at home on nights and weekends. He was so
> overworked that he came down with a "combination of hepatitis and
> mononucleosis," and that, combined with the relatively low salary he was
> receiving, convinced him to leave Columbia in 1958.
>
> After a rest, Mr. Avakian became an executive at the new Warner Bros.
> Records, where he was responsible for pop hits by TV star Edd "Kookie"
> Byrnes as well as "The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart," the first
> comedy album to hit No. 1 on the charts.
>
> Leaving Warner Bros. in 1960, Mr. Avakian returned to jazz at RCA, where
> he produced milestone albums with Sonny Rollins, Paul Desmond, and Joe
> Williams. For the past 45 years or so, he's worked mostly as a
> free-lance producer; among his discoveries are saxophonist Charles Lloyd
> and pianist Keith Jarrett. Messrs. Avakian and Jarrett still share an
> interest in a publishing company.
>
> Mr. Avakian, who has received lifetime achievement awards from Downbeat
> magazine and the Grammies, continues to be involved in new albums and
> reissues. He is writing his long-awaited memoirs and enjoying his
> 60-year marriage to violinist Anahid Ajemian (and their three children
> and two grandchildren). He's followed the trail of music from swing to
> bebop to postmodernism, and of the industry from 78s to LPs to CDs to
> downloads. The legacy of recorded jazz would be substantially poorer
> without him.
>
> Mr. Friedwald writes about jazz for the Journal.
>
> Printed in The Wall Street Journal, page D7
> Copyright 2009 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved
>
>
> -- 
> Dr. Jazz
> Dr. Jazz Operations
> 24270 Eastwood
> Oak Park, MI  48237
> (248) 542-7888
> http://www.drjazz.com
> SKYPE:  drjazz99
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 20
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 23:09:07 -0400
> From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Brother of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery dies
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
> Brother of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery dies
> The Associated Press
>
> PALMDALE, Calif.---Charles "Buddy" Montgomery, the brother of famed jazz
> guitarist Wes Montgomery and an accomplished pianist and vibraphonist,
> has died. He was 79.
> His granddaughter Mykah Montgomery says he died from heart failure
> Thursday at his home in Palmdale, north of Los Angeles.
>
> Born and raised in Indianapolis, Montgomery wrote and arranged music
> with his brothers Wes and Monk, a bassist, and went on to form Bay
> Area-based group the Mastersounds.
>
> He also founded the Oakland Jazz Alliance, pairing local talent with
> established musicians.
>
> Though he couldn't read music, Montgomery performed and recorded with
> the likes of Miles Davis and Bobby Hutcherson.
>
>
> -- 
> Dr. Jazz
> Dr. Jazz Operations
> 24270 Eastwood
> Oak Park, MI  48237
> (248) 542-7888
> http://www.drjazz.com
> SKYPE:  drjazz99
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 21
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 23:12:12 -0400
> From: "Susan Reeves" <susan at susanreeves.net>
> Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST - WSHA  5/18/09  Straight No Chaser
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
> PLAYLIST:
> WSHA 88.9 Raleigh -  Straight No Chaser,   Monday Edition (Susan Reeves)
> Monday May 18, 2009   8 - midnight
> (artist - song title - cd) (*- recent release)
>
>
>
> Monday SNC Playlist 5-18-09   Susan Reeves
>
> 8:06
> Carl Allen & Rodney Whitaker -   Eleanor Rigby   (Work to Do)*
> Jack DeJohnette -   Soulful Ballad    (Music We Are)*
> Hilary Kole   - Title   (Haunted Heart)*
> Lauren Sevian -   Outline    (Blueprint)*
> Iris Ornig   -    Grateful Friendship      (New Ground)*
> Kate McGarry - It Might As Well Be Spring   (The Target)
> Larry Slezak -   Floatin'   (NoWorries)*
> Adam Shulman -   title   (Patterns of Change)*
> Bipolar - Bach Prelude   ( Euphrates, Me Jane)*
>
> 9:06
> Lynne Arriale -   La Noche     (Nuance)*
> Kendra Shank - Life's Mosaic   (Mosaic)*
> Chico Hamilton   -   Steinway   (12 Tones of Love)*
> Brad Shepik -    By A Foot/Europe   (Human Activity)*
> Lisa Markley - When I Was a River   (One Word)*
> Matt Ulery - October   (Themes and Scenes)*
> McCarron Bros -   New Life   (Way Down in Brooklyn )*
> Omar Sosa -    Glu -Glu   (Across the Divide)*
> Luciana Souza -   Se e Tarde Me Perdoa   (North and South)
>
>
> 10:06
> Charles Tolliver Big Band - I Want To Talk About You   (Emperor March)*
> Craig Enright   -   Taller and Louder   (La Belleza)*
> Anat Cohen/ Anzic Orchestra   -   Bebe   (Noir)
> Cyminology - Naagofte   (As Ney)*
> Frank Kimbrough -   The Spins   (Noumena)
> Fly -   Perla Morena     (Sky and Country)*
> October Trio + Brad Turner   -   Found   (Looks Like It's Going to Snow)
>
> 11:06
> Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra -   Eshel Sketch    (Muse)*
> Helge Lien - Diverted Dance    (Hello Troll)*
> Darcy James Argue's Secret Society   - Jacobin Society     (Infernal 
> Machines)*
> Norma Winstone - The Eighth Deadly Sin   (Songs and Lullabies)
> The Fully Celebrated -   Brothers of Heliopolis
>       (Drunk on the Blood of the Holy Ones)*
> Jaleel Shaw - Muna's Sleeping   (Optimism)
>
>
>
> WSHA 88.9 FM
> Raleigh, N.C.
> www.wshafm.org
>
>
>
> **Support Live Music**
> ****** ****** ******
> Susan Reeves
> PO Box 3047
> Durham, NC   27715
> susan at susanreeves.net
> www.susanreeves.net
> Straight No Chaser - 88.9 fm - WSHAfm.org
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 22
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 23:16:21 -0400
> From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
> Subject: [JPL] Terence Conley:  A Long Road Back, but Not a Lonely One
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
> May 17, 2009
> A Long Road Back, but Not a Lonely One
> By VINCENT M. MALLOZZI
>
> With his wife's help, Terence Conley walked slowly toward a piano on a
> recent Thursday at the Jazz Foundation of America headquarters in 
> Manhattan.
>
> "Play something nice," Judith Conley told her husband as she eased him
> onto a piano stool.
>
> Mr. Conley, 51, steadied his fingers above the keys, smiled across the
> room in the direction of his three children and began playing "Ruby, My
> Dear."
>
> "I'm glad he chose that tune," his wife whispered. "It's one of the
> hardest to play in all of jazz."
>
> For Mr. Conley, a former member of the Count Basie Orchestra, tackling
> those difficult chords was another small but important step in his
> recovery from a September accident that nearly killed him.
>
> Several months before, he had taken a job as a driver for Federal
> Express to earn some extra money --- decent-paying jazz gigs had been
> disappearing even before the recession.
>
> "Things were drying up," Mr. Conley said softly. "I needed to feed my
> family."
>
> On Sept. 29, the day before he was to interview for a job teaching piano
> at Lincoln Center, Mr. Conley was driving his FedEx truck in Midtown
> Manhattan when he crashed into the back of a bus that he says had
> stopped abruptly. He sustained major head injuries and was deliberately
> put into a coma for more than a month by doctors at Bellevue Hospital
> Center in Manhattan who were trying to reduce swelling and stop the
> bleeding on his brain.
>
> "We didn't know if or when he was going to wake up," Mrs. Conley said.
> "Either way, doctors were saying that he would eventually be sent to a
> nursing home."
>
> Then one day at Bellevue, in mid-October, Mrs. Conley leaned over to
> kiss her husband.
>
> "I'm so sad that this happened to you," she told him.
>
> Though her husband could not speak, his answer came in the form of a
> teardrop that rolled down his cheek.
>
> "He pointed to that teardrop as if to say 'I'm sorry, too,' " Mrs.
> Conley recalled through tears of her own. "I knew right then that he
> understood everything I was saying, and that he would continue to fight
> to get better."
>
> Mrs. Conley, who met her husband at the Berklee College of Music in
> Boston (where they became friends with a rising saxophonist named
> Branford Marsalis), insisted her husband be sent to Mount Sinai Hospital
> in Manhattan, and not a nursing home, so he could receive therapy.
>
> Her request was granted, and in the ensuing months, Mr. Conley began
> making remarkable strides.
>
> "He came in here at just about point zero," Dr. Brian D. Greenwald, a
> physiatrist at Mount Sinai who specializes in brain injury
> rehabilitation, said of Mr. Conley. "It's incredible to see how much
> progress he has made."
>
> Mr. Conley left the hospital on Jan. 13 and went home to the small
> apartment in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn, that he shares with
> his wife and children: Brandon, 16, Joralyssa, 11, and Christopher, 7. A
> few weeks later, he began feeling well enough to sit and play at his own
> piano.
>
> "Other than my wife and children, I missed my piano the most," Mr.
> Conley said. "I look forward to the day when I can get back on stage 
> again."
>
> The Jazz Foundation of America, which has helped the Conleys pay roughly
> $9,000 in rent and other bills through a fund provided by the
> philanthropist Agnes Varis, staged a welcome-back party for him on April
> 19 at St. Peter's Church in Midtown. The event brought together many of
> the musicians that Mr. Conley had performed with at the Blue Note and
> Birdland and other jazz clubs in New York in the past 20 years,
> including the pianist Barry Harris and Mr. Marsalis.
>
> "Terence was always a beautiful guy and a talented musician," Mr.
> Marsalis said. "When you go to a conservatory, you're surrounded more by
> competitors than friends, but Terence and Judith were among the few real
> friends that I had back then."
>
> On that recent Thursday, the Conley family had gone to the Jazz
> Foundation headquarters to meet Wendy Oxenhorn, the group's executive
> director. She has offered Mr. Conley the opportunity to begin performing
> again at nursing homes around the city as a dignified way of helping him
> pay his bills.
>
> After their meeting, Mr. Conley went downstairs to the foundation's tiny
> performance hall, where he found musicians preparing for the
> organization's next fund-raiser: "A Great Night in Harlem," at the
> Apollo Theater. The piano was unoccupied, and Mr. Conley seized the
> moment. When he was done playing his last tune --- "It Could Happen to
> You" --- he walked off the stage and was greeted by another legendary
> saxophonist, Max Lucas, 99, who has performed with the likes of Louis
> Armstrong, Etta James, Muddy Waters, Dinah Washington and Thelonious Monk.
>
> "He's a fine young piano player," Mr. Lucas said shortly after hugging
> Mr. Conley. "The jazz world needs him back."
>
> Copyright 2009 The New York Times Company
>
> -- 
> Dr. Jazz
> Dr. Jazz Operations
> 24270 Eastwood
> Oak Park, MI  48237
> (248) 542-7888
> http://www.drjazz.com
> SKYPE:  drjazz99
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 23
> Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 23:34:37 -0400
> From: Bob Rogers <taintradio at gmail.com>
> Subject: [JPL] playlist: taintradio.org - taint town live 05-19-09
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Message-ID:
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> taint town live 05-19-09
> monday & wednesday matinee 9pm-midnight (eastern)
> thursday, friday, saturday night midnight-3am
>
> 9pm*
> Alex Cline, Rod Poole's Gradual Ascent to Heaven (Coward) 2009
> Lisa Sokolov, She Is Standing (A Quiet Thing) 2009
> Bobby Previte, She Has Information (Set the Alarm for Monday) 2008
> Burnt Sugar w/Butch Morris, feat. Pete Cosey, Melvin Gibbs, title (The
> Rites) 2003
>
> 10pm
> Sam Sadigursky, Gardener and Flower Too [poem by Osip Mandelshtam] (Word)
> 2007
> The Fully Celebrated, title (Drunk on the Blood of the Holy Ones) 2009
> Donald Malloy, Oba (Spirituality) 2009
> Lynne Arriale, Wrapped Around Your Little Finger (Nuance) 2009
> The Cinematic Orchestra feat. Fontella Bass, Evolution (Every Day) 2002
> Shirlette Ammons, Ain't It (John Anonymous) 2008
> Wadada Leo Smith's Golden Quartet, Celestial Sky and All the Magic (Wadada
> Leo Smith's...) 2000
>
> 11pm
> Sam Yahel, Oumou (Hometown) 2009
> Oran Etkin, New Dwelling (Kelenia) 2009
> Darcy James Argue's Secret Society, Phobos (Infernal Machines) 2009
> Mary LaRose, Working Class Hero (The Blue Guitar) 2004
> Giorgio Serci & Roberto Manzin w/Harvie S & Enzo Zirilli, Hope's Drops
> (Silver Lining) 2009
> Kate Hammett-Vaughan, title (Poor Boy: Songs Of Nick Drake) 2004
> William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra, title (Raincoat
> in the River)
> Iris Ornig, It's Time To Say Goodbye (New Ground) 2009
>
> *time is relative & not applicable in at least 23 time zones
> -- 
> Bob Rogers
> taintradio.org
> 700 billion listeners can't be wrong
> PO Box 12376
> Raleigh, NC 27605-2376
> taintradio at gmail.com
> 919.413.4126
>
>
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