[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI Jazz w/Jeff Duperon 09/11/09

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon Sep 14 12:43:58 EDT 2009

WRTI Jazz w/Jeff Duperon

Friday, 6pm-10pm 


Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label



All In Love IS Fair, The Great Jazz Trio, Chapter Two, Nippon

Shine, Luis Perdomo, Pathways, Criss Cross Jazz

Almost Summer, Tamir Hendelman, Playground, Swing Bros.

Wives and Lovers, Rick Germanson Trio, Off The Cuff, Owl Studios

Poesia, Edward Simon Trio, Poesia, CAM Jazz

Some Enchanted Evening, Sonny Rollins, Road Shows Vol. 1, Doxy



Impressions, Khan Jamal, Impressions of Coltrane, Steeplechase

M, Donny McCaslin, Declaration, Sunnyside

Blue Leo, Carter-Medeski-McBride-Rogers-Baron, Heaven On Earth, Half Note

I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl, Lenora Zenzalai Helm, Chronicles of a
Butterfly, Zenzalai Music

Mr. Bebop, Ralph Bowen, Dedicated, Posi-Tone


In The Meantime, Joe Martin, Not By Chance, Anzic Records

Black Thunder, John Beasley, Positootly!, Resonance Records

 One For Jackie, David Gibson, A Little Somethin', Posi-Tone

In Faith, Chelsea Baratz, In Faith, Chelsea Baratz

First Song, Laurence Hobgood, When The Heart Dances, Naim Jazz

Suite Mary, Mimi Jones, A New Day, Hot Tone Music


Think of One, The Brother Thelonious Quintet, The Brother Thelonious
Quintet, NCBC Music

Call To Order, Sharel Cassity, Relentless, Jazz Legacy Productions

Requiem, Roy Hargrove Big Band, Emergence, EmArcy

Repercussion, Mike DiRubbo, Repercussion, Posi-Tone

Dark Matter, Bug, The Gadfly, Origin Records

The Light at the End of the Tunnel, Chris Pasin, Detour Ahead, H2O Records

Are We There Yet?, Danny Grissett, Form , Criss Cross Jazz


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Jeff Duperon

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