[JPL] Special Programs this week on MOJA Radio

Russ Davis davispro at nyc.rr.com
Thu Apr 29 14:54:48 EDT 2010


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> Here's what's up this week on THE WORLD'S MODERN JAZZ RADIO CHANNEL!
>
> Russ Davis
> MOJA Radio
> 105 East 16th Street
> # 7 South
> New York, NY 10003
> russ at mojaradio.com
>
>
> MOJA Radio/WEEKLY FEATURES   (26 April-2 May 2010)
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> This Monday, April 26th, we’ll present another “Happy Birthday”  
> edition of our special feature, MONDAY WITH THE MASTERS on MOJA  
> Radio. This time the focus is on one of the most important  
> guitarists in jazz today, STEVE KHAN, just two days before the day  
> that marks his 63rd birthday. You’ll hear all about his beginnings  
> in Los Angeles and his move to New York City during the fusion era  
> to work with The Brecker Brothers, the beginnings of his solo  
> career, his contribution to the fusion era, his love of Latin music  
> and of course hear a full hour of his brilliant music. Listen for  
> MONDAY WITH THE MASTERS twice every Monday, at Noon Eastern/9 AM  
> Pacific, with a replay Monday night at 9 PM Eastern/6 PM Pacific  
> and this week we place our spotlight on the great, STEVE KHAN!
>
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>
> Listen for JAMMIN’ JAZZ…JAZZ FOR THE NEW GENERATION WITH MICHELLE  
> SAMMARTINO six times each week, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9 AM and  
> again at 9 PM EST and twice on Sunday’s at 9 AM & 9 PM EST for an  
> hour of up, fun, funky, booty-moving stuff as only Michelle can  
> serve up.  On Jammin’ Jazz Michelle plays jamband jazz, acid jazz,  
> rock-influenced jazz, funk, fusion and a little sound of New  
> Orleans too as well as her own insights that bring this great music  
> to life! So if you can’t get enough of the funky stuff come and get  
> it on JAMMIN’ JAZZ WITH MICHELLE six times each week on MOJA Radio!  
> Here’s what you’ll hear on this week’s show…
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> ·       Robert Walter’s 20th Congress – Glassy Winged Sharp Shooter
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> ·       Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Red Hot Mama
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> ·       Bonerama – Barrone 5
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> ·       Modern Groove Syndicate – Back In The Kitchen With Terry
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> ·       Campbell Brothers – Don’t Let Nobody Turn You
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> ·       Jazz Mandolin Project w/ Trey Anastasio – Hang Ten
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> ·       Charlie Hunter Trio – One For The Kelpers
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> ·       Javon Jackson  – In The Pocket
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> ·       Fishbelly Black  – Movin’
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> ·       Soulive – Alladin (Live)
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> LIVE @ MOJALand happens four times each week here on MOJA Radio as  
> we invite you to join us inside the world’s only imaginary jazz  
> club for rare, live performances by the biggest names in Modern  
> Jazz.  Listen Wednesday morning at 9 AM/6 AM Pacific and again  
> Wednesday night at 9 PM Eastern/6 PM Pacific, and twice again on  
> Sunday at 11 AM & 11 PM Eastern, as part of the Sunday Specials.  
> This week we’ll find out what Joe Zawinul was up between the end of  
> Weather Report and the formation of The Joe Zawinul Syndicate as we  
> present JOE ZAWINUL & WEATHER UPDATE LIVE IN GERMANY 1986.  After  
> Weather Report ended Joe decided to stay busy with an all-star band  
> that included Peter Erskine on drums, Victor Bailey on bass and  
> Steve Khan on guitar, who gives us a great Joe Zawinul story to  
> start the show. So join us for JOE ZAWINUL & WEATHER UPDATE LIVE IN  
> GERMANY 1986 on this week’s edition of LIVE @ MOJALand!
>
>
>
> Join Russ Davis as he gives you an hour of nothing but the freshest  
> MOJA on THE ALL NEW MUSIC REVUE every Thursday at 10 AM east/7 AM  
> West with a replay at 10 PM East/7 PM West, and twice again on  
> Sundays at 10 AM & 10 PM Eastern.  This week we’ll begin with more  
> from an album we debuted last week, the brilliant new release from  
> master drummer Lenny White titled “Anomaly,” filled with new 21st  
> century fusion and deep, brilliant compositions played by an all- 
> star cast. Then it’s four more new ones we’ve never played for you.  
> You’ll year the acoustic and electric work of keyboard master Jacky  
> Terrasson on his new work “Push,” followed by beautiful vocalist  
> Nnenna Freelon with a host of her long time associates from her  
> home of 28 years, Durham, NC, including guitarist Scott Sawyer, on  
> the album “Homefree,” recorded in Durham. Then it the latest from  
> violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain, AKA DBR, blending jazz with  
> everything from Classical  to Hip Hop on an inventive new work  
> titled “Woodbox,” and we’ll follow that with a funky brass band  
> discovered in the subways of New York.  They are known as The  
> Underground Horns and their great new work is titled “Funk Monk.”  
> So, if you want to keep up with all the newest MOJA, just listen to  
> THE ALL NEW MUSIC REVUE four times each week!
>
>
>
> Every Friday beginning at 7 AM until midnight Eastern time we’ll  
> begin each hour with a classic piece of Jazz Fusion history with  
> our special feature we call IF IT’S FRIDAY, THIS MUST BE FUSION.   
> This Friday, April 30th, we’ll present a special feature we call  
> “STEVE KHAN & THE BRECKER BROTHERS: ‘70’s NEW YORK FUSION.” Steve  
> came from LA & Randy & Michael came from Philly.  They became  
> friends and cohorts in a red hot scene in New York in the 1970’s  
> that helped define what Fusion in the second decade of the movement  
> was all about.  You’ll hear their collaborations and their solo  
> work if you join us for “STEVE KHAN & THE BRECKER BROTHERS: ‘70’s  
> NEW YORK FUSION,” on this week’s edition of IF IT’S FRIDAY, THIS  
> MUST BE FUSION.
>
>
>
> This Saturday we’ll focus on the city that quite possibly is the  
> most important music center of all time as we present our weekly  
> feature WORDS & MUSIC on MOJA Radio this one titled “NEW YORK  
> STORIES!” Jazz fans know that The Big Apple is THE place for jazz  
> and of course, so do the players. Natives and immigrants have made  
> it the richest jazz scene of all time. Al Di Meola, Lenny White,  
> Marcus Miller and Mike Mainieri were born there and Billy Cobham,  
> Chico Hamilton, Dave Holland, Eliane Elias, Larry Coryell, Michel  
> Camilo, Will Bernard and Steve Khan moved there to follow their  
> musical dreams. You’ll hear their stories and their music this  
> Saturday.  Interview segments followed by music will begin each  
> hour from Noon through Midnight Eastern time (9 AM-9 PM Pacific).  
> Join us for 12 great “NEW YORK STORIES,” on this week’s WORDS & MUSIC.
>
>
>
> Twice every Sunday listen for three of our most popular special  
> features on what we call THE SUNDAY SPECIALS here on MOJA Radio. At  
> 9 AM & 9 PM Eastern time you’ll hear an hour of fun and funky stuff  
> on JAMMIN’ JAZZ…JAZZ FOR THE NEW GENERATION WITH MICHELLE  
> SAMMARTINO followed at 10 AM and 10 PM Eastern time by our weekly  
> look at the hottest new MOJA coming out on THE ALL NEW MUSIC REVUE.  
> Then we’ll wrap it all up at 11 AM and 11 PM Eastern time with an  
> hour inside the world’s only imaginary jazz club for rare, live  
> performances on LIVE @ MOJALAND. So listen for THE SUNDAY SPECIALS  
> twice every Sunday from 9 AM to NOON, with a replay Sunday night  
> from 9 PM to Midnight Eastern/6-9 PM Pacific on MOJA Radio!
>



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