[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for the Week of 8-31-09

Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Tue Sep 1 13:32:14 EDT 2009


KSJS-FM, San Jose, CA

Jazz Playlist for the Week of 8-31-09

Reporting to JazzWeek

 

 

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

Bobby Broom, featuring "Plays for Monk", Origin - 8/30

 

Interviewed Artist, on "Gnujazz", Mondays 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., with Brad Stone:

Hermon Mehari, featuring "Diverse", Origin - 8/31

 

Adds:

Sergio Salvatore/Christos Rafalides - Dark Sand - Travellers Road - 8/31

Eldar - Virtue - Sony Masterworks Jazz - 8/31

Robert Glasper - Double Booked - Blue Note - 8/31

Bobby Selvaggio - Modern Times - Arabesque - 8/31

Azar Lawrence - Prayer for my Ancestors - Furthermore - 8/31

John Hébert - Byzantine Monkey - Firehouse - 8/31

Nicole Mitchell - Renegades - Delmark - 8/31

Gretchen Parlato - In A Dream - Obliqsound - 8/31

Dan Loomis/Justin Wood/Andy Hunter/Danny Fisher - Spoke - Dan Loomis - 8/31

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey - One Day in Brooklyn - Kinnara - 8/31

Freddy Cole - The Dreamer In Me - High Note - 8/31

Sean Nowell - The Seeker - Positone - 8/31

Mel Carter - The Heart and Soul Of ... - CSP - 8/31

Count Basie Orchestra - Swinging, Singing, Playing - Mack Ave - 8/31

Mark Buselli - f. The Buselli-Wallarab Jazz Orchestra - An Old Soul - Owl Studios - 8/31

 

Heavy Rotation:

Mike Stern - Big Neighborhood - Heads Up - 8/24

Donny McCaslin - Declaration - Sunnyside - 8/17

The Terence Blanchard Group - Choices - Concord - 8/10

Stefon Harris and Blackout - Present: Urbanus - Concord - 8/10

Holland/Rubalcaba/Potter/Harland - Live at the 2007 MJF - MJF - 8/10

Jim Rotondi - Blues for Brother Ray - Positone - 8/10

Hailey Niswanger - Confeddie - Hailey Niswanger - 8/3

Diverse - Diverse - Origin - 8/3

Ricky Sweum - Pulling Your Own Strings - Origin - 8/3

Frank Glover - Politico - Owl Studios - 8/3

Kevin Deitz - Skylines - Origin - 7/20

Gerald Clayton - Two-Shade - Artist Share - 7/20

Bill Banfield Band - Spring Forward - Innova - 7/20

Dave Glenn - National Pastime - Origin - 7/20

Jerry Bergonzi - Simply :Put - Savant - 7/20

 

Medium Rotations:

Mainstream:

Bob Florence Limited Edition - Legendary - Mama - 8/10

Alvin Queen - Mightly Long Way - Justin Time - 8/10

Peter Hand Big Band - The Wizard of Jazz - Savant - 8/3

Jon Mayer - Nightscape - Reservoir - 8/3

Art Lillard's On Time Band - It's Time - Summit - 7/20

Chip White - More Dedications - Dark Colors - 7/20

Mel Martin - Where the Warm Winds Blow - Jazzed Media - 7/20

The Oster-Welker Jazz Alliance - Shining Hour - Jazzed Media - 7/13

 

Progressive:

AJ Kluth Quintet - Twice Now - OA2 - 8/10

Sylvan Street - The Perfect Leaf - Summit - 8/10

Klang - Tea Music - Allos Documents - 8/10

Jake Hertzog - Chromatosphere - That's Out - 8/3

Kyle Eastwood - Metropolitain - Rendezvous - 7/20

Mat Marucci & Doug Webb - No Lesser Evil - Cadence Jazz - 7/20

Matt Wilson Quartet - That's Gonna Leave a Mark - Palmetto - 7/13

 

Blues:

Robben Ford - Soul On Ten - Concord - 8/17 

Dani Wilde - Heal My Blues - RUF - 8/17 

Sista Monica Parker - Soul Blues & Ballads - MO Muscle - 8/17 

Robert Cray - This Time - Nozzle - 8/17 

Tommy Castro - Hard Believer - Alligator - 8/3 

Mighty Sam McClain - Betch Didn't Know - Mighty Music - 8/3 

Missy Andersen - Missy Andersen - Main Squeeze - 8/3 

Dennis Jones - Pleasure and Pain - Leroy's Boy Music - 8/3

Ana Popovic - Blind For Love - Eclecto Groove - 7/20 

Johnnie Bassett - The Gentleman is Back - Mack Avenue - 7/20 

Duke Robillard - Stomp! The Blues Tonight - Stony Plain - 7/20 

Eddie C. Campbell - Tear This World Up - Delmark - 7/20 

Pat Travers - Travelin' Blues - Blues Bureau Int'l--7/20

 

World Features:

The Waitiki 7 - Adventures in Paradise - 8/17

Tiempo Libre - Bach in Havana - Sony Classical - 8/3

Oran Etkin - Kelenia - Motema - 8/3

Hemispheres - Crossroads - Sunnyside - 8/3

Etienne Charles - Folklore - Etienne Charles - 7/13

 

Light Features:

Reuben Wilson - Azure Te - 18th and Vine - 8/24

Tamir Hendelman - Playground - Swing Bros. - 8/24

Tessa Souter - Obsession - Motema - 8/17

Jon Alberts/Jeff Johnson/Tad Britton - Apothecary - Origin - 8/17

John Patitucci - Remembrance - Concord - 8/17

Ralph Bowen - Dedicated - Positone - 8/17

Laurence Hobgood - When the Heart Dances - Naim - 8/17

Rob Thorsen - Lasting Impression - Pacific Coast Jazz - 8/3

Faith Gibson - Big Moon - Capricornia - 8/3

Jeremy Davenport - We'll Dance 'Til Dawn - Basin Street - 8/3

Carmen Lundy - Solamente - Afrasia - 8/3

Baptiste Trotignon - Share - Sunnyside - 7/20

Jackie Ryan - Doozy - Open Art - 7/20

Grant Stewart - Plays the Music of Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn - Sharp Nine - 7/13

The N. Glenn Davis Quintet with special guest Phil Woods - Come Right In - Jazzed Media - 7/13

Jim Ketch - Next Set - Summit - 7/13

Towner Galaher - Courageous Hearts - Towner Gallaher - 7/13

Sam Yahel - Hometown - Positone - 7/13

Diane Hubka - I Like It Here/Live In Tokyo - SSJ - 7/13

Kurt Elling - Dedicated to You - Concord - 7/6

 

Going Recurrent:

Arthur Kell Quartet - Victoria - Live in Germany - Bju'ecords - 7/6

East West Quintet - Vast - Native Language - 7/6

Steve Lehman Octet - Travail, Transformation, and Flow - Pi - 7/6

Tigran Hamasyan - Red Hail - Plus Loin - 7/6

Joel Harrison - Urban Myths - High Note - 7/6

Carl Maguire's Floriculture - Sided Silver Solid - Firehouse - 7/6

Bobby Broom - Plays for Monk - Origin - 7/6

Cory Weeds Quintet - Everything's Coming Up Weeds - Cellar Live - 7/6

Louis Hayes - The Time Keeper - 18th and Vine - 7/6

David 'Fathead' Newman - The Blessing - High Note - 7/6

Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band - I'm Beboppin' Too - Half Note - 7/6

Bill Tapia - Livin' it Live - Red Spider - 7/6

Akiko Tsuruga - Oriental Express - 18th and Vine - 6/29

Christian McBride & Inside Straight - Kind of Brown - Mack Ave - 6/29

Rick Germanson Trio - Off The Cuff - Owl Studios - 6/29

 

 

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 <mailto: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 23 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.

Marquis Valentine, Saturdays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Nick Cervantes, Saturday/Sundays, 10 p.m. to 2 a.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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