[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon 04/10/10

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon Apr 12 08:57:58 EDT 2010


WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon

Saturday, 6PM-9PM

PLAYLIST
04/10/2010

 

Song Title/Artist/CD-LP Title/ Label

 

6PM

Silver's Blue, Horace Silver, Silver's Blue, Epic Legacy

Reflections, Maurice Brown, The Cycle of Love, Maurice Brown

Wheel Within A Wheel, Orrin Evans, Faith in Action, Posi-Tone

Snibor, Paul Meyers Quartet, Paul Meyers Quartet featuring Frank Wess, Miles
High Records

let's call this, Monkadelphia, Crepuscule, Dreambox Media

Good Morning Heartache, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959) to
Billie with Love From Dee Dee Bridgewater, DDB Records

Soul Mates, Pharez Witted, Transient Journey, Owl Studios

Dream Dancing, John Vanore & Abstract Truth, Curiosity, John Vanore

7PM

Strata, David Binney, Aliso, Criss Cross Jazz

Pathways, Dave Holland Octet, Pathways, Dare2 Records

Stoic, Dan Pratt Organ Quartet, Toe The Line, Posi-Tone

Blue Bossa, Rhoda Scott, Beyond The Sea, Doodlin' Records

Close Your Eyes, Catherine Russell, Inside This Heart of Mine, World Village

Grooveadelphia, Organissimo, Alive & Kickin, Big O Records

8PM

That's All Right, John Fedchock NY Sextet, live at the Red Sea Jazz
Festival, Capri Records

Roman Nights, Tom Harrell, Roman Nights, High Note

Ebb & Flow, Tia Fuller, Decisive Steps, Mack Avenue Records

More or Less, Bobby Selvaggio, Modern Times, Arabesque Recordings

Angola, LA & the 13th Amendment, Christian Scott, Yesterday You Said
Tomorrow, Concord Jazz

Folly, Lage Lund, Unlikely Stories, Criss Cross Jazz

 

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Jeff Duperon

 

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