[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for the Week of 4-26-10

Bradley Stone stonebradley1 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 18:49:00 EDT 2010


*KSJS-FM, **San Jose**, CA***

*Jazz Playlist for the Week of 4-26-10*

*Reporting to JazzWeek*





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

*Anat Cohen, featuring “Clarinetwork: Live at the Village Vanguard”, Anzic –
4/25*

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*Interviewed Artists, on “Gnujazz”, Mondays 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., with Brad
Stone:*

*None this week.*

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*Adds:*

Big Crazy Energy New York Big Band – Inspirations, Vol. 1 – Rosa – 4/26

Oleg Butman – Passion – Butman Music – 4/26

Frank DiBussolo – Average White Cats – Lost World Music – 4/26

Dan Weiss Trio – Timshel – Sunnyside – 4/26

Michael Musillami Trio – Old Tea – Playscape – 4/26

The Trio – Live @ Charlie O’s – Fuzzy Music – 4/26

Hot Club of Detroit – It’s About That Time – Mack Avenue – 4/26

Five Play Jazz Quintet – Auraline Music – 4/26

Eric Reed/Cyrus Chestnut – Plenty Swing, Plenty Soul – Savant – 4/26

Jim Pearce – I’m in the Twilight of a Mediocre Career – Oak Avenue
Publishing – 4/26

Ken Watters/Andre Atkins/Yves Abel – Riyel – Summit – 4/26

The Nels Cline Singers – Initiate – Cryptogramophone – 4/26



*Heavy Rotation**:*

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra – Portraits in Seven Shades – Jazz at
Lincoln Center – 4/19

Gerry Gibbs and The Electric Thrasher Orchestra – Play the Music of Miles
Davis 1967-1975 – Whaling City Sound – 4/12

Tom Harrell – Roman Nights – High Note – 4/12

John Vanore & Abstract Truth – Curiosity – Acoustical Concepts – 4/5

Brad Mehldau – Highway Rider – Nonesuch – 4/5

Pharez Whitted – Transient Journey – Owl Studios – 4/5

Anat Cohen – Clarinetwork Live at the Village Vanguard – Anzic – 4/5

Dave Holland Octet – Pathways – Dare 2 – 4/5

Roberto Badoglio – re-evaluation-time – Spice-Rack - 3/29

Tia Fuller – Decisive Steps – Mack Ave. – 3/22

Mark Egan – Truth Be Told – Wavetone – 3/22

Rufus Reid – Out Front – Motema – 3/8

Garaj Mahal – More Mr. Nice Guy – Owl Studios – 3/8

Wide Hive Players – Wide Hive – 3/8

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*Medium Rotations:*

*Mainstream:*

The Stan Kenton Alumni Band – Have Band Will Travel-Live – Summit – 4/19

Rhoda Scott – Beyond the Sea – Doodlin’ – 4/19

Carol Morgan Trio – Opening – Blue Bamboo – 4/5

Chris Tedesco – Living the Dream – Angel City Music – 4/5

John Basile – No Apologies – StringTime – 3/29

Micheal Treni – Turnaround – The Bell Production Company – 3/29

Ralph Bowen – Due Reverence – Positone – 3/22

Aaron Immanuel Wright – Eleven Daughters – Origin – 3/22

Mike LeDonne – The Groover – Savant – 3/15

Don Braden/Mark Rapp – The Strayhorn Project – Premium Music Solutions –
3/15

Carolyn Leonhart – Tides of Yesterday – Savant – 3/15

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*Progressive:*

Geri Allen – Flying Toward the Sound – Motéma – 4/19

Lisa Engelken – Caravan – Little Angel – 4/19

New York Art Quartet – Old Stuff – Cuneiform – 4/19

Elsaffar/Modirzadeh – Radif Suite – Pi – 4/5

Little Women – Throat – Aum – 4/5

Scott DuBois – Black Hawk Dance – Sunnyside – 4/5

Christian Scott – Yesterday You Said Tomorrow – Concord – 4/5

Hal Galper – E Pluribus Unum – Origin – 3/29

Absolute Ensemble – Absolute Zawinul – Sunnyside – 3/29

David S. Ware – Saturnian – Aum – 3/22

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*Blues:*

Mark Hummel - Retro-Active - Electro-Fi - 4/26

Johnny Moeller - BlooGaLoo! - Severn - 4/26

Janiva Magness - The Devil is An Angel Too - Alligator - 4/26

Ken Tucker - Juke Joint Serenade - Benevelont Blues - 4/26

Tail Dragger - Live at Rooster's Lounge - Delmark - 4/12

Jason Elmore - Upside Your Head - Underworld - 4/12

Jimmy Warren - No More Promises - Electro Glide - 4/12

Jeff Chaz - Live in New Orleans - JCP - 4/12

Delta Moon - Hell Bound Train - Red Parlor - 3/29

Solomon King - Under the Sun - solomonkingmusic.com - 3/29

Peter Karp/Sue Foley - He Said She Said - Blind Pig - 3/29

Cee Cee James - Low Down Where the Snakes Crawl - FWG - 3/29

Jason King - Blue Skies & Black Shoes - Hip-Rox Music - 3/29

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*World Features:*

Omar Sosa & NDR Bigband – Ceremony – Otá – 4/19

El Movimiento – The Movement – Nueva Nota – 4/5

Claudio Roditi – Simpatico – Resonance – 3/22

Lionel Loueke – Mwaliko – Blue Note – 3/8



*Light Features:*

The Eric Frazier Quintet – Live @ Cecil’s Jazz Club – Eric Frazier
Productions – 4/12

Sheryl Bailey – A New Promise – MCG – 4/12

The Dominant 7 and The Jazz Arts Messengers – Fourteen Channels – Tapestry –
4/12

Gregory Slavin – Moments – Noisepolluter – 3/29

The Intervention Band – Homey – Intervention Band Music – 3/29

Lorraine Feather – Ages –Jazzed Music – 3/22

Kelley Suttenfield – Where Is Love – Rhombus – 3/22

Tobias Gebb & Unit 7 – Free At Last – Yummyhouse – 3/15

John Blake, Jr. – Motherless Child – 3/8

VW Brothers – Muziek – Patois – 3/1

Daniel Smith – Blue Bassoon – Summit – 3/1

Michael Pagán Trio – Three For The Ages – Capri – 3/1

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*Going Recurrent**:*

Mark Weinstein – Timbasa – Jazzheads – 3/1

Charlie Apicella & Iron City – Sparks – Carlo Music – 3/1

EEA  - The Dark – Origin – 3/1

GR Project – Sculptures in Time – GR Project – 3/1

Scenes – Rinnova – Origin – 3/1

Matthew Kaminski – Taking My Time – Chicken Coup – 3/1

George Cotsirilos – Past Present – OA2 – 3/1

Sherman Irby Quartet – Live at The Otto Club – Black Warrior – 2/22

Jerry Bergonzi – Three For All – Savant – 2/22

James Zollar – Zollar Systems – JZAZ – 2/22

The Ian Carey Quintet – Contextualizin’ – Kabocha – 2/22

Liam Sillery – Phenomenology – OA2 – 2/22

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*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/>**

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*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***

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*Assistant Music Director for Blues:  Kevin Foley Ariente
(**Kevin at ksjs.org*<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  blues), with regular DJs:*

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*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.*

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

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










-- 
Dr. Brad Stone
Music Director (Jazz, World, Blues) and Faculty Advisor
KSJS-FM
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA   95102-0094
Music Calls: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., PT
(408) 848-6266


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