[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for the Week of 5-18-09

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Thu May 21 14:01:13 EDT 2009


KSJS-FM, San Jose, CA

Jazz Playlist for the Week of 5-18-09

Reporting to JazzWeek

 

 

Interviewed Artist, on "Straight No Chaser", Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., with Mike Schwartz:

Jack DeJohnette, featuring "Music We Are", Golden Beams - 5/17

 

Adds:

Tanaóra - Dia Real - Moondo - 5/18

Juan Carlos Quintero - Las Cumbias...las guitarras - Innerknot - 5/18

Eva Ayllon - Kimba fá - Times Square - 5/18

Daniel Sadownick - There Will Be A Day - In Time - 5/18

Jermaine Landsberger - Gettin' Blazed - Resonance - 5/18

Joe Lovano Us Five - Folk Art - Blue Note - 5/18

Mike Clinco - Neon - Whaling City Sound - 5/18

Lauren Sevian - Blueprint - Inner Circle - 5/18

 

Heavy Rotation:

Abraham/Clements/Tellander - Between Stops - Resa - 5/11

Yotam Silberstein - Next Page - Positone - 5/11

The Stanley Clarke Trio - Jazz in the Garden - Heads Up - 5/11

Jim Beard with Vince Mendoza and The Metropole Orchestra - Revolutions - Sunnyside - 5/11

Jimmy Greene - Mission Statement - RazDaz - 5/11

Dave Siebels with Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band - PBGL - 4/20

Derrick Gardner and the Jazz Prophets + 2 - Echoes of Ethnicity - Owl - 4/20

Matt Criscuolo - Melancholia - M - 4/13

Chico Hamilton - Twelve Tones of Love - Joyous Shout! - 4/13

Thomas Marriott - Flexicon - Origin - 4/13

Radam Schwartz - Blues Citizens - Savant - 4/6

Sean Jones - The Search Within - Mack Ave - 4/6

John Scofield - Piety Street - Emarcy - 4/6

Charles Tolliver Big Band - Emperor March - Half Note - 4/6

Tom Brantley - Boneyard - Summit - 3/30

Kendra Shank - Mosaic - Challenge - 3/30

 

Medium Rotations:

Mainstream:

The Devin Kelly Organ Trio - First Things First - DPK - 5/11

Allen Toussaint - The Bright Mississippi - Nonesuch - 5/11

Kenny Burrell - Prime - High Note - 5/11

Carl Allen & Rodney Whittaker - Work To Do - Mack Ave. - 5/11

One For All - Return of the Lineup - Sharp Nine - 4/20

Nancy Wright - Moanin' - Chicken Coup - 4/20

Fat Cat Big Band - Mediations on the War - Smalls - 4/20

"Papa" John De Francesco - Big Shot - Savant - 4/20

Tierney Sutton Band - Desire - Telarc - 4/6

Finger Poppin' with Joey DeFrancesco - Celebrating the Music of Horace Silver - Doodlin - 4/6

Ben Markley - Second Introduction - OA2 - 4/6

Kristin Korb - In the Meantime - Double K - 3/30

 

Progressive:

Mark Taylor - Spectre - Origin - 5/11

Corey Wilkes & Abstract Pulse - Cries from the Ghetto - Pi - 5/11

Todd Bishop's pop art 4 - 69 Année Érotique - Origin - 5/11

Mark Rapp - Token Tales - Paved Earth - 5/11

Phil Woods - The Children's Suite - Jazzed Media - 5/11

Anthony Branker & Ascent - Blessings - Origin - 4/20

The October Trio & Brad Turner - Looks LIke It's Going to Snow - Songlines - 4/20

Roswell Rudd - Trombone Tribe - Sunnyside - 4/20

Omar Sosa - Across the Divide - Half Note - 4/6

Miles Okazaki - Generations - Sunnyside - 4/6

Rakalam Bob Moses - Father's Day B'hash - Sunnyside - 3/30

Brad Shepik - Human Activity Suite - Sunnysie - 3/30

 

Blues:

Charles Wilson - Trouble Child - Severn - 5/11 

Omar Kent Dykes - Big Town Playboy - RUF - 5/11 

Linsey Alexander - My Days Are So Long - HoochieMan Music - 5/11 

Greg Nagy - Walk That Fine Thin Line - Big O - 5/11 

The Insomniacs - At Least I'm Not With You - Delta Groove - 4/27 

Roy Rogers - Split Decision - Blind Pig - 4/27 

Buckwheat Zydeco - Lay Your Burden Down - Alligator - 4/27 

Jason Ricci & New Blood - Done With the Devil - Ecelcto Groove - 4/27 

Webb Wilder - More Like Me - Blind Pig - 4/27 

Nick Moss & the Flip Tops - Live at Chans, V.2 - Blue Bella - 4/13 

Shawn Kellerman - Blues Without A Home - Flamingcheese - 4/13 

Nicole Hart - Treasure - Blue Leaf - 4/13 

Richard Ray Farrell - Camino de Sanlucar - Blue Beet - 4/13

 

World Features:

Jack DeJohnette - Music We Are - Golden Beams - 4/27

Claudio Roditi - Braziliance x 4 - Resonance - 4/27

 

Light Features:

Cecilia - Papillon - One Music - 5/11

Bridge Quartet - Night - Origin - 5/11

Scott Reeves Quintet - Live at Cecil's: Shape Shifter - Miles High - 4/20

Donald Bailey - Blueprints of Jazz Vol. 3 - Talking House - 4/20

Deanna Witkowski - From This Place - Tilapia - 4/13

Randy Crawford & Joe Sample - No Regrets - PARA - 4/6

Greg Skaff - East Harlem Skyline - Zoho - 3/30

Wynton Marsalis - He and She - Blue Note - 3/23

Ryan Meagher - Atroefy - FSNT - 3/23

Branford Marsalis Quartet - Metamorphism - Marsalis - 3/23

Dominick Farinacci - Lovers, Tales and Dances - Koch - 3/23

 

Going Recurrent:

Hal Galper - Art Work - Origin - 3/23

Bob Sneider & Joe Locke - Nocturne for Ava - Origin - 3/23

Jeff Presslaff Trio - Red Goddess - Uncontrollable - 3/23

Dan Adler - All Things Familiar - Emdan - 3/23

Julian Lage - Sounding Point - Emarcy - 3/23

Ada Rovatti - Green Factor - Piloo - 3/16

Paul Tynan/Aaron Lington - Bicoastal Collective - OA2 - 3/16

Jacques Voyemant Septet - Arrival - Elyria - 3/16

 

 

Dr. Brad Stone, Music Director and Faculty Advisor

KSJS 90.5 FM

One Washington Square

San Jose State University

San Jose, CA   95192-0094

www.ksjs.org <http://www.ksjs.org/> 

 

Home Office:

Music Calls: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Wednesdays, PT

408-848-6266 (office)

email: bstone at science.sjsu.edu

9381 Durango Lane, Gilroy, CA   95020

 

Assistant Music Director for Blues:  Kevin Foley Ariente (Kevin at ksjs.org)

 

San Jose is the 3rd largest city in California (behind L.A. and San Diego) and the nation's 10th largest city (population about 1 million), and the San Jose/Oakland/S.F. metro area is the 4th largest in the country (population about 6.6 million).  KSJS broadcasts to the greater San Jose metropolitan area at 1.5 kwatts, and our signal covers the vast majority of the Bay area's listeners.  KSJS programs at least 15 hours per week of jazz (including world and blues), with regular DJs:

 

Mike Schwartz, Sundays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Brad Stone, Mondays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Kevin Foley Ariente, Tuesdays, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Ramon Johnson, Fridays, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Playlists for these shows can be viewed at www.yes.com <http://www.yes.com/> 

 

In addition to JazzWeek, we report to CMJ Jazz, CMJ New World and Living Blues.

 

 



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