[JPL] Re: jazzproglist Digest, Vol 12, Issue 303

michael carlson mcpro at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 2 10:38:16 EDT 2010


Russ - thanks for Cyrus Chestnut inclusion - best - Mike
At 01:00 AM 11/2/2010, you wrote:
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>Today's Topics:
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>    1. PLAYLIST: Bright Moments - KBCS (Bill Barton)
>    2. Monday November 1st 2010 "Jazz Til Dawn" * Radio Adelaide
>       101.5FM (Gregory L Fisher)
>    3. WCLV Jazz Playlist for 10/31 (John Simna)
>    4. RE: Gertrude Polenta Caller to Jazz Connections KRCB
>       (Crossover Media: Max Horowitz)
>    5. This week on MOJA Radio (Russ Davis)
>    6. PLAYLIST: The next Jazz America on VOA (Russ Davis)
>    7. Re: Jack Brokensha (vikingjazz at aol.com)
>    8. PLAYLIST - WQLN/Al Lubiejewski's "Jazz Ballads & Blues"
>       (allubiejewski)
>    9. Playlist JAZZ FM 88.5 WMCE - Erie, PA November 3 2010
>       (Leal, Michael)
>   10. Re: Deborah Lewow (Bradley Stone)
>   11. Re: Deborah Lewow (TomtheJazzman)
>   12. Re: Deborah Lewow (laffinred at aol.com)
>   13. Re: Deborah Lewow (eric jackson)
>   14. Re: Deborah Lewow (TomtheJazzman)
>   15. Playlist WGBH  8 pm - mid  10/28 (eric jackson)
>   16. Playlist  WGBH   10 pm - mid.  10/31 (eric jackson)
>   17. This week on The Jazz Session: James Falzone & Garrison
>       Fewell! (Jason Crane | The Jazz Session)
>   18. Jack Brokensha "And then I Said" (Dick Crockett)
>   19. Rebroadcast: Celebrating Hollywood Legend Doris Day
>       (Welcome to Dreamsville Records)
>   20. WFCR Playlist/Jazz a la Mode, November 1, 2010 (Tom Reney)
>   21. Playlist; KRFC, Ft Collins;"Mtn StdsTime" 10-31-2010
>       (jctrane at gmail.com)
>   22. RE: Deborah Lewow (Arturo Gomez)
>   23. PLAYLIST: Afternoon Jazz w/ Jason M. Miller 91.3 KVLU
>       Beaumont 11-01-10 (Jason M Miller)
>   24. Re: Deborah Lewow - Sad News (kim.linzy at unlv.edu)
>   25. WYCE jazz tracking (Pete Bruinsma)
>   26. Playlist: WTJU Jazz 11/04/10 (David Eisenman)
>   27. Travel with KUVO/KVJZ to Havana Jazz Festival-2010 (Arturo Gomez)
>   28. Playlist: "Jazz on the Terrace" * Wednesday November 3rd *
>       Radio Adelaide 101.5FM (Gregory L Fisher)
>   29. It is YOUR responsibility (Dr. Jazz)
>   30. Playlist-Jazz with George Thomas with Sippie Wallace, Lou
>       Donaldson, Roger Kellaway for Monday, 11/01/10 (George Thomas)
>   31. Re: Travel with KUVO/KVJZ to Havana Jazz Festival-2010
>       (Paul Combs)
>   32. Re: Travel with KUVO/KVJZ to Havana Jazz Festival-2010
>       (TomtheJazzman)
>
>
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>
>Message: 1
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 03:08:58 -0700
>From: Bill Barton <seekandlisten at gmail.com>
>Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: Bright Moments - KBCS
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>Bright Moments
>
>with Bill Barton
>
>Monday, November 1, 2010
>
>00h00-02h00
>
>KBCS Bellevue-Seattle 91.3 FM
>
>www.kbcs.fm
>
>
>  Rahsaan Roland Kirk ­ Rip, Rig & Panic ­ Rahsaan: The Complete Mercury
>Recordings of Roland Kirk ­ Mercury/PolyGram
>
>(N) The Cookers ­ Capra Black ­ Warriors ­ Jazz Legacy
>
>David Murray ­ Song From the Old Country ­ Shakill's Warrior ­ DIW
>
>
>  [mike break]
>
>
>  *Michael Blake ­ The Hunt ­ Amor De Cosmos ­ Songlines
>
>Lucky Thompson ­ Soul Lullaby ­ From the Sonny Lester Collection ­ LRC Ltd.
>
>(N) (NW) Robin Holcomb & Talking Pictures with *Wayne Horvitz ­ After the
>Gold Rush ­ The Point of It All ­ Songlines
>
>
>  [mike break]
>
>
>  (N) Jason Robinson ­ The Two Faces of Janus ­ The Two Faces of Janus ­
>Cuneiform
>
>(N) The Ray Anderson-Marty Ehrlich Quartet ­ The Lion's Tanz ­ Hear You Say:
>Live in Willisau ­ Double Moon
>
>
>  [mike break]
>
>
>  (N) Jason Robinson & Anthony Davis ­ Of Blues and Dreams ­ Cerulean
>Landscape ­ Clean Feed
>
>(N) Jason Robinson ­ Some Shall Fall ­ Cerberus Reigning ­ Accretions
>
>(N) Henry Threadgill Zooid ­ Polymorph ­ This Brings Us To, Vol. II ­ Pi
>
>
>  [mike break]
>
>
>  Hank Mobley ­ Recado Bossa Nova ­ The Best of Hank Mobley ­ Blue Note
>
>(N) (NW) *Ziggurat Quartet ­ Calculated Gestures ­ Calculated Gestures ­
>Origin
>
>
>  [mike break]
>
>
>  (N) Jason Robinson ­ Cerberus Reigning ­ Cerberus Reigning ­ Accretions
>
>
>
>  (N) = new release
>
>(N) = Pacific Northwest artist
>
>An asterisk * denotes artists appearing this coming week in the Earshot Jazz
>Festival.
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 2
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 04:21:37 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Gregory L Fisher <jazzviews at yahoo.com.au>
>Subject: [JPL] Monday November 1st 2010 "Jazz Til Dawn" * Radio
>         Adelaide        101.5FM
>To: Yellow Dog <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID: <335695.92259.qm at web53007.mail.re2.yahoo.com>
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>Jazz til Dawn continues ...  Bigger than ever!!!!!!
>
>Now from Sunday @ 12:00pm to 6am Monday .... that's 6.0 hours of Jazz!!!
>
>This Week’s Schedule
>
>12:00pm-1:00am The Breeze – John Deagan
>
>1:00am-2:00am Modern Jazz Classics – Dr. Bob 
>Stockton – (Author of: Listening to Ghosts)
>
>Â Â Â  MJC-131Â  Dr Bob (1st Hour)
>
>Â Â Â  Frank Sinatra / Just One Of Those Things 
>/ Young At Heart / ASV Living Era
>Â Â Â  Joshua Redman / The Best Is Yet To Come / Space Cowboys / Warner Bros.
>Â Â Â  Count Basie / Sweety Cake / Corner Pocket / LaserLight
>Â Â Â  Jimmy McGriff / The Answer Is In The Blues / McGriff Avenue / Milestone
>Â Â Â  Paul Chambers Sextet / Dear Ann / Whims Of Chambers / Blue Note
>Â Â Â  Frank Sinatra / South Of The Border / Young At Heart / Asv Living Era
>Â Â Â  Duke Pearson / Make It Good / Introducing 
>Duke Pearson Big Band / Blue Note
>Â Â Â  Horace Silver Quintet / Strollin' / Horace-Scope / Blue Note
>Â Â Â  Cal Tjader / I Love Paris / Latin Kick / Fantasy
>Â Â Â  Horace Silver Trio / Que Pasa / Song for My Father / Blue Note
>
>2-4am New York Jazz – Tom Parker
>
>4-5am Anything Goes – Lise Avery
>
>Â Â Â  Anything Goes Lise Avery #521
>
>    “Anything Goes” - Tony Bennett with Count Basie & Orch (Themesong)
>    “Do Nuthin’ ‘Til You Hear From 
>Me/Mood Indigo/It Don’t Mean a Thing” - Ella 
>Fitzgerald     w/Tommy Flanagan Trio
>    “The Boy from Ipanena” - Ella Fitzgerald
>    “I Hear a Rhapsody” - George Shearing & Jim Hall
>    “Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?” - 
>Bing Crosby w/Lennie Hayton & Orch.
>    “My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms” - Bing Crosby & The Mills Brothers
>    “Minha” - Eliane Elias
>    “Monotony in Four Flats” - Jimmy Lunceford & Orch
>    “Blues in the Groove” - Jimmy Lunceford & Orch
>    “Say It With Flowers/InkaDinkaDoo” - Jimmy Durante
>    “Lunceford Special” - Jimmy Lunceford & Orch
>    “Old McDonald Had a Farm” - Ella Fitzgerald
>    “Don’t Rain on My Parade” - Ella 
>Fitzgerald with Tommy Flanagan Trio
>
>5-6am Jazz Made In Australia – hosted by Paula Langlands
>
>Check out the incidental music:
>
>Artist / CD Title / Track Title / Label
>Ray Vega / Squeeze Squeeze / Squeeze Squeeze / Palmetto Records
>* Descargo / Jazzaziz Vol 4. / Red Rocket / Jazzaziz WA
>Bob Mintzer Quartet / Quality Time / Runferyerlife / Explore
>John Stein / Encounter Point / Jordu / Whaling City Sound
>
>* Australian artists on recording
>streaming live 24/7 at http://www.radio.adelaide.edu.au/listenonline
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 3
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 08:39:53 -0400
>From: "John Simna" <jsimna at wclv.com>
>Subject: [JPL] WCLV Jazz Playlist for 10/31
>To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID: <AE6F17E1BC0F4C78BEEFA04D838C8641 at MD>
>Content-Type: text/plain;       charset="us-ascii"
>
>The Halloween version of Jazz All Night from WCLV in Cleveland:
>
>
>
>Performer                   Music                  Recording Title
>Label
>
>12:00Midnight
>
>Rod Levitt          Stop Those Men!    Insight/Solid Ground         Jazz
>Collectors
>
>The Cookers          Spookarella                   Warriors
>Jazz Legacy
>
>Denise Donatelli    Enchantment (Firm Roots)
>
>                                                         When Lights are Low
>Savant
>
>Pamela Hines         Moon Germs                      (same)
>Spice Rack
>
>Mary Stallings         Moon Ray                       Dream
>High Note
>
>Artie Shaw             Nightmare          The Haunted House
>Nimbus
>
>Artie Shaw             Mysterioso                           "
>"
>
>Clayton Brothers    Terell's Song  The New Song and Dance     Artist Share
>
>Houston Person    I Cover the Waterfront   Moment to Moment High Note
>
>Terell Stafford     Taking a Chance on Love     Taking Chances  MaxJazz
>
>
>
>1:00AM
>
>Rick Margitza             Witches                      Memento
>Palmetto
>
>John Coltrane            Witches' Pit                  Interplay
>Prestige
>
>Jimmy Greene         Mission Statement         (same)
>RazDaz
>
>Greg Abate           Monsters in the Night       (same)
>Koko Jazz
>
>Mason Brothers     The Evil Eye      Two Sides, One Story          Archival
>
>Chet Baker                Autumn Leaves             (sampler)
>CTI
>
>
>
>2:00AM
>
>Doug Webb               Quasimodo                    Midnight
>Positone
>
>Miles Davis      Miles Runs the Voodoo Down   Bitches Brew
>Columbia/legacy
>
>Carl Fischer            Tutu                                 Adverse Times
>Fisch Music
>
>The Bad Plus          You Are                           Never Stop
>E1
>
>Charles Lloyd      Being and Becoming             Mirror                 ECM
>
>
>
>3:00AM
>
>Alex Maquire         Pumpkin Soup        Brewed in Belgium         Moonjune
>
>Sunna Gunnlaugs           Bump                      The Dream
>Sunny Sky
>
>Pat Mallinger     Just Give it a Chance          Dragon Fish
>Chicago Sessions
>
>Either/Orchestra   Portrait of Lindsey Schust
>
>                                            Mood Music for Time Travellers
>Accurate
>
>Sun Ra           The Shadow World          College Tour Vol. 1
>esp-Disk
>
>Anja Lechner - Vassilis Tsabropoulos     Duduki
>
>                                                      Chants, Hymns and
>Dances       ECM
>
>Dave Morgan    The Way of the Sly Man      (same)                     Being
>Time
>
>
>
>4:00AM
>
>Greg Abate     In the Woods at Night    Monsters in the Night      Koko
>
>Dave Liebman            Anubis              Live As Always
>MAA
>
>Dave Liebman - Richie Beirach       Pendulum
>
>                                                                 Quest for
>Freedom          Sunnyside
>
>Toshiko Akiyoshi    Since Perry/Yet Another Tear
>
>                            Toshiko Akiyoshi - Lew Tabackin Big Band      RCA
>Novus
>
>
>
>5:00AM
>
>Fats Waller           Dry Bones             The Haunted House
>Nimbus
>
>Jelly Roll Morton       Boogaboo                   "
>"
>
>Mose Allison     Wild Man on the Loose   The Sage of Tippo       32 Jazz
>
>Mose Allison                 Night Watch                      "
>"
>
>Three as One     Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)    Decisions          Summit
>
>Ted Rosenthal   Symphony No. 5 (Tchaikovsky)  Impromptu       Playscape
>
>Oregon          Hop To It                                       In Stride
>CamJazz
>
>Ralph Towner - Paolo Fresu          Doubled Up   Chiaroscuro      ECM
>
>Rez Abbasi          Punjab      Natural Selection
>Sunnyside
>
>Cyrus Chestnut       Smitty's Joint             Journeys
>Jazz Legacy
>
>
>
>John Simna
>
>jsimna at wclv.com
>
>
>
>WCLV
>
>26501 Renaissance Parkway
>
>Cleveland, Ohio  44128
>
>
>
>216-360-8049 (direct)
>
>216-464-0900 (ext 233)
>
>216-464-2206 (fax)
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 4
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 08:43:37 -0400
>From: "Crossover Media: Max Horowitz" <max at crossovermedia.net>
>Subject: RE: [JPL] Gertrude Polenta Caller to Jazz Connections KRCB
>To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID: <d1b401cb79c2$681dc970$38595c50$@net>
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>
>Rick....thanks for the post
>
>....I hope everybody is enjoying the warm sound of the Yeahwon CD....I have
>always loved the tune; 'Travessia'   Yeahwon really does it justice
>
>Crossover Media
>Max Horowitz
>212.465.2444
>max at crossovermedia.net
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
>[mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Ric Mancuso
>Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2010 4:56 PM
>To: JPL List
>Subject: [JPL] Gertrude Polenta Caller to Jazz Connections KRCB
>
>
>Well, just when you've heard it all from callers in Jazz Radio.  I got a
>call last night from a listener who attended a SF Jazz Festival concert. She
>had called in to ask what female vocalist I had played a couple of sets
>back; the one that sang most expressively a Brazilian tune (Dindi) by Jobim.
>  I told her it was a woman named Yeahwon Shin.  A new release, I just had
>gotten in.  Then she said she was much better than the woman who sang at the
>concert they had just gotten back from. She said her name sounded like
>sounded like "Gertrude Polenta"!  I said do you perhaps think it was
>Gretchen Parletto?  She said YES!  Well, there you have it.
>
>Ric Mancuso
>KRCB Jazz Connections
>
>
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>
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>
>Message: 5
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 08:59:46 -0400
>From: Russ Davis <davispro at nyc.rr.com>
>Subject: [JPL] This week on MOJA Radio
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <3D6C8339-95C7-41EB-A650-1F2F2F6D1476 at nyc.rr.com>
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>
>
>Russ Davis
>MOJA & VOA
>www.mojaradio.com
>russ at mojaradio.com
>
>
>MOJA Radio/WEEKLY FEATURES   (1-7 November 2010)
>
>This Monday, November 1st, we’ll present another 
>edition of our special feature, MONDAY WITH THE 
>MASTERS on MOJA Radio. And this time we’ll focus 
>on a multi-Grammy Award winning band and one of 
>the undisputed supergroups of MOJA, THE 
>YELLOWJACKETS, who celebrate their 30 
>anniversary in 2011! Join Russ Davis as founding 
>members Russell Ferrante and Jimmy Haslip recall 
>their early days as the backup band for 
>blues/rock guitarist Robben Ford., how the band 
>got its name, and how they have moved through 
>the decades of changes while always maintaining 
>the highest level of creativity. You’ll hear the 
>stories and of course we’ll give you an hour of 
>their incredible 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 MOJA spotlight on another of MOJA’s 
>greatest groups, THE YELLOWJACKETS!
>
>
>
>In the mid-1980’s when fusion had faded and the 
>softer side of things began to permeate the 
>radio with the emergence of contemporary jazz, a 
>fun, up and funky trend sprang out of the clubs 
>and concert halls of England that brought new 
>life to jazz.  If you’d like to hear some just 
>listen four times each week to the newest 
>feature on MOJA Radio, THIS IS ACID JAZZ! You 
>can hear it twice every Tuesday at 9 AM and 
>again at 9 PM EST and twice on Sunday’s at 9 AM 
>& 9 PM EST as part of the Sunday Specials.  The 
>phrase Acid Jazz came from the famous English DJ 
>Gilles Peterson and each week you’ll hear not 
>only the music of the English groups he 
>discovered, but artists from the USA and around 
>the world that joined in on a movement whose 
>repercussions still reverberate today, and the 
>words of Mr. Peterson himself! So if you can’t 
>get enough of that funky stuff come and get it 
>on THIS IS ACID JAZZ four times each week on MOJA Radio!
>
>
>
>By popular demand one of the greatest fusion 
>bands returns again and on this week’s edition 
>of LIVE @ MOJALand as we present RETURN TO 
>FOREVER IN MONTREUX 2008. You can hear LIVE @ 
>MOJALand four times each week here on MOJA 
>Radio.  Listen Wednesday morning at 9 AM ET and 
>again Wednesday night at 9 PM East/6 PM West, 
>and twice again on Sunday at 11 AM & 11 PM ET, 
>as part of the Sunday Specials. Chick Corea 
>formed the original RTF in 1971 and after about 
>8 glorious years broke up the band. They 
>reformed in 1983 for a quick reunion and then, 
>after 25 years apart, Chick, Stanley Clarke, 
>Lenny White and Al Di Meola came back for a 
>third time around with the triumphant “Return To 
>Forever Returns 2008 World Tour.” If you missed 
>it or just want to relive that monumental 
>performance, join us in Switzerland for RETURN 
>TO FOREVER IN MONTREUX 2008 on this week’s edition of LIVE @ MOJALand!
>
>
>Join Russ Davis as he gives you an hour of the 
>freshest MOJA on THE ALL NEW MUSIC REVUE every 
>Thursday at 9 AM East/6 AM West with a replay at 
>9 PM East/6 PM West, and twice again on Sundays 
>at 10 AM & 10 PM ET.  This week we’ll give you 
>more of the funky, jammin’ Euro-Jazz from the 
>new release titled “Party Factor” from Austrian 
>organist Raphael Wressnig. Then you’ll get 
>another of America’s great artists working with 
>a big band to bring small group songs to a 
>different place as saxman Bill Evans plays some 
>of this most famous tunes with Dave Weckl, Mark 
>Egan & Europe’s WDR Big Band on “Vans Joint.” 
>Then you’ll hear updated versions of Thelonious 
>Monk classics as The Microscopic Septet gives us 
>“Friday The 13th.” Then it’s off to Spain and 
>New Orleans for Cassandra Wilson’s new album 
>titled “Silver Pony.” She’s moved to the Cresent 
>City now and plays with her band of New Orleans 
>greats in the studio as well as live in 
>Spain.  And speaking of live, guitarist B. D. 
>Lenz blends rock, soul, jazz and funk with his 
>first live release “Five & Live,” recorded at 
>three different jazz festivals in the past year. 
>To hear the newest MOJA, just listen to THE ALL 
>NEW MUSIC REVUE four times each week!
>
>Here’s the new music you’ll hear this week

>
>ARTIST
TITLE
ALBUM (LABEL)
>
>·        Cassandra Wilson...St. James Infirmary
Silver Pony (Blue Note)
>·        Pete Levin...Candido
Jump! (Pete Levin Music)
>·        Bill Evans...Soulbop
Vans Joint (BHM Productions)
>·        Bill Evans...Vans Joint
Vans Joint (BHM Productions)
>·        B.D. Lenz...Friday Night At The 
>Cadillac Club
Five & Live (BDLENZ Music)
>·        B.D. Lenz...Superstitution
Five & Live (BDLENZ Music)
>·        Raphael Wressnig...Exit Soul-Ville
Party Factor (BHM Productions)
>·        Raphael Wressnig...Afterparty At The 
>Zoo
Party Factor (BHM Productions)
>
>
>Listen for a day filled with the music of some 
>of the greats of fusion playing in a one-time 
>only event with this week’s edition of our 
>special feature IF IT’S FRIDAY, THIS MUST BE 
>FUSION, one we call “FUSION’S ALL-STAR 
>SUPER-JAMS.” Every Friday beginning at 7 AM 
>until midnight Eastern time we’ll begin each 
>hour with a classic piece of Jazz Fusion history 
>and this week, some of the greats of the genre 
>get together for some special collaborations 
>with their fellow superstars.  You’ll hear 
>George Duke with Billy Cobham live at the 
>Montreux Jazz Festival in 1976 and also at the 
>Los Angeles club Thee Experience with Jean-Luc 
>Ponty in 1969.  You’ll also hear the incredible 
>Trio of Doom featuring John McLaughlin, Jaco 
>Pastorious and Tony Williams with studio 
>recordings in New York and a live performance in 
>Havana, Cuba from 1979. So join us for “FUSION’S 
>ALL-STAR SUPER-JAMS,” on this week’s edition of 
>IF IT’S FRIDAY, THIS MUST BE FUSION.
>
>
>
>This Saturday, November 6th, we’ll delve into 
>the very essence of it all as we present our 
>weekly feature WORDS & MUSIC on MOJA Radio this 
>one titled “THE SONG’S THE THING!” When 
>Shakespeare’s Prince Hamlet announced “The 
>Play’s The Thing,” he let all listening know 
>that he had a plan to expose the truth of a very 
>serious situation.  Well, we don’t have such a 
>dire situation here on MOJA Radio, all we have 
>to do is let 12 MOJA greats give us the 411 on 
>some of their most popular tunes. Al Di Meola 
>talks about “Flesh on Flesh,” Chick Corea tells 
>us about “Spain,” Christian McBride on “Boogie 
>Woogie Waltz,” Dave Samuels talks about his 
>great song “Rendezvous” with CJP, David Sanborn 
>on Eddie Harris & his version of “Listen Here,” 
>George Duke on Cannonball Adderly and “The Black 
>Messiah,” Marcus Miller talks about recording 
>the Hendrix classic “Power Of Soul,” Grover 
>Washington, Jr. on “Winelight,” Herbie Hancock 
>talks about recording “Sister Moon” with Sting, 
>Jean-Luc Ponty on recording Bud Powell’s classic 
>“Parisian Thoroughfare,” Joe Zawinul talks about 
>“Mercy, Mercy, Mercy,” and Stanley Clarke talks 
>about “School Days.” Interview segments followed 
>by music from the the group will begin each hour 
>from Noon through Midnight Eastern time (9 AM-9 
>PM Pacific). It’s “THE SONG’S THE THING,” 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 THIS IS ACID JAZZ 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!
>
>
>
>MOJA Radio/WEEKLY FEATURES   (8-14 November 2010)
>
>This Monday, November 8th, we’ll present another 
>edition of our special feature, MONDAY WITH THE 
>MASTERS on MOJA Radio. And this time we’ll 
>feature an hour of one of the most versatile 
>keyboardists in modern jazz, LARRY GOLDINGS! 
>Larry’s known primarily as an organist and the 
>leader of his own great trio for years featuring 
>guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Bill 
>Stewart, and you’ll hear plenty of that, but 
>he’s also worked with a number of other greats 
>like Maceo Parker, John Scofield, Madeleine 
>Peyroux, James Taylor and many others. This 
>Boston boy is also a fine acoustic pianist and 
>we’ll hear a little bit of every facet of his 
>wonderful work. 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 
>MOJA spotlight on another of MOJA’s greatest keyboardists, LARRY GOLDINGS!
>
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 6
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 09:01:05 -0400
>From: Russ Davis <davispro at nyc.rr.com>
>Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: The next Jazz America on VOA
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <801CEE97-0999-45EF-AF7B-94732D77E537 at nyc.rr.com>
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>Following is the log for the next JAZZ AMERICA 
>program from the Voice of America, now heard by 
>more listeners than ever before, not only on the 
>entertainment service MusicMix, but also on the 
>worldwide VOA service via shortwave 
>transmission. The show is two hours long and 
>reaches a potential audience of 134 million listeners worldwide each weekend.
>
>
>
>Jazz America airs twice each weekend online in 
>the Eastern time zone on Saturday from 1-3 AM 
>(That's 11 PM-1 AM Pacific time, Friday into 
>Saturday AM) and Sunday from 9-11 AM Eastern 
>time (That's 6-9 AM Pacific). Go to the 
>following url
(http://www1.voanews.com/english/programs/radio/64963177.html)
>
>
to get more info on Jazz America and to listen 
>to the latest program in MP3 form or on Windows Media Player.
>
>
>
>Listen on Shortwave:  1300 GMT/UTC Saturdays and Sundays
>
>Africa - 4.95 6.08 13.57 15.58 17.895 mhz
>
>Middle East and Europe - 12.005 15.53 mhz
>
>Asia and Pacific - 7.43 7.575 9.7 12.15 mhz
>
>
>
>Jazz America is also heard on affiliate FM & AM 
>stations worldwide. International listeners 
>should check their local radio station guide for 
>more information. For any comments or 
>communication you can reach me by email at jazz-america at voa.gov.
>
>Jazz America with Russ Davis
>
>
>
>105 east 16th street/# 7 south•new york, ny 10003
>
>phone...212 614-0424   email
jazz-america at voa.gov
>
>
>
>JAZZ AMERICA...SHOW #1181...6-7 NOVEMBER 2010
>
>WES MONTGOMERY...road song (road song)
>
>CASSANDRA WILSON...st. james infirmary (silver pony)
>
>*Gary Burton Interview
>
>GARY BURTON...bag’s groove (for hamp, red, bags and cal)
>
>DON BYRON
mark anthony speaks (do the boomerang)
>
>LEE RITENOUR & B.B. KING
why I sing the blues (6 string theory)
>
>CYRUS CHESTNUT...smitty’s joint (journeys)
>
>* Gary Burton Interview
>
>GARY BURTON...question and answer (tbd)
>
>BILL EVANS...soulbop (vans joint)
>
>
>
>JAZZ AMERICA...SHOW #1182...6-7 NOVEMBER 2010
>
>RAY CHARLES...it hurts to be in love (rare genius: the undiscovered masters)
>
>HOUSTON PERSON
bleeker street (moment to moment)
>
>* Gary Burton Interview
>
>GARY BURTON...six pack (six pack)
>
>CHARLES MINGUS
boogie stop shuffle (mingus ah um)
>
>LOUIS ARMSTRONG
don’t forget to mess around (1925)
>
>MADELEINE PEYROUX
dance me to the end of love (careless love)
>
>* Gary Burton Interview
>
>GARY BURTON...missouri uncompromised (quartet live)
>
>JOE LOVANO
52nd street theme (52nd street themes)
>
>HUBERT LAWS
miss thing (the laws of jazz)
>
>
>
>Next Show
SHOWS #1183-1184...13-14 NOVEMBER 2010
>
>Special Feature
VOICES FROM DETROIT-PART 6!
>
>Russ Davis takes you backstage at the 31st 
>Detroit Jazz Festival to talk to some of the 
>artists who performed there to get their 
>comments on playing in Detroit and there latest 
>projects. We’ll hear from Alex Bugnon, Danilo 
>Perez, Tia Fuller and Terence Blanchard.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 7
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 09:56:33 -0400
>From: vikingjazz at aol.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Jack Brokensha
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <8CD47E3BA1A6148-106C-1A10B at webmail-d016.sysops.aol.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
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>
>
>In the past few years, Jack produced several CDs 
>with various groups he had. They are available only
>from www.Puppyjazz.com  on the Bravo label. Jack 
>was a good friend and he will be sorely missed.
>
>Gunnar A. Jacobsen
>
>
>
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dick Crockett <bopndick at yahoo.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Sent: Mon, Nov 1, 2010 3:24 am
>Subject: [JPL] Jack Brokensha
>
>
>
>ick
>rockett
>And
>hen I Said” was an LP recorded in 1963 on Savoy Records by the
>ack Brokensha Quartet with Howard Lucas, piano, Danny Jordan, bass
>nd Art Mardigan, drums. It was part of an extensive series (MG
>2080) 12 “ LP of jazz recordings that are still in the then
>mmense Savoy jazz library.  If it still exits.
>any
>azz classics are filed away in the dusty old archives of bygone
>ecord companies. Although I'm not saying that Savoy Records is gone,
>or they've been rebirthed, no doubt, still have a large cache of bop
>  jazz recordings, somewhere.
>hen I
>aw from Mark Stryker's obit in the Detroit Free Press of Jack
>rokensha's passing and vividly recalled my connection with him.
>t was
>965. I was a student with a mass communication, major with a
>iterature / journalism minor  at Wayne State University.
>I
>osted a two hour jazz show  on WQRS-FM, a listener supported radio
>tation. It was the early days of  FM radio, when sets in use were
>ery limited to any one who had a Grundig radio-when FM in car radio
>ets were nil!  And the freedom to be creative, to  do live
>roadcasts was a constant in those days, a rare thing in corporate
>edia, nowadays.
>e had
>  collection of Jack Brokensha LP's from his days with the Australian
>azz Quintet, a band of Australian and American jazz musicians, Jack
>rokensha, vibes, Bryce Rohde, piano Dick Healy and or  Erroll
>uddle, reeds, Frank Capp, drums and Jim Garrison, bass.
>I
>ecall playing this one particular LP, “And Then I Said” that was
>n the library because Jack used to host a show on the station.
>hen
>ack Brokensha opened a restaurant on Lothrup,  two blocks away from
>he GM building and the Fisher building in the New Center Area of
>etroit.
>WQRS
>ecided to do a two hour nightly remote broadcast. I hosted the first
>our, spinning records on the main floor. We switched then to the
>econd hour, where Jack Brokensha would perform with his quartet,
>ess Boniar,. Piano, Danny Jordan, bass and Jerry McKensie, drums and
>ccasionally Ursula Walker as vocalist.
> >From my
>iew, it was one of those moments, that seem to happen every night in
>  venue where musicians would appear in town and prominent Detroit
>ymphony orchestra musicians would sit in with the band.
>I
>ecall J.C. Heard and Frank Isola would try their taste.  It was a
>egular thing in those days, that now is more memorable, for the
>usic has changed so much.
>Jack
>rokensha was very much a part of the Detroit scene in those days.
>hether it was a performance with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,  or
>  Motown session at the Universal Studios on Second Avenue, or a
>ingle session for Jam Handy, where Jerry Bruckheimer sewed his oats,
>r a Campbell Ewald Chevy ad for General Motors, Jack Brokensha, for
>ll his 5 foot six frame, was constantly on the go, packing his van
>nd running off to various gigs around the city.
>
>emember those moments and other memories of a man so generous with
>is time.
>nd
>t's Detroiters, who really appreciate his contributions to the music
>cene.
>  most
>emember the out of print, “And Then I Said” LP on Savoy Records
>nd the best version of  Randy Weston ,“Little Niles”  I ever
>eard.
>Jackl
>rokensha's vibraphone was a slow tempo, a rondo that still
>everberates my soul,  today.
>
>
>
>
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>=
>
>
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>
>Message: 8
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 10:19:39 -0400
>From: allubiejewski <allubiejewski at juno.com>
>Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST - WQLN/Al Lubiejewski's "Jazz Ballads & Blues"
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <20101101.072128.956.238441 at mailpop05.dca.untd.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>
>Here is the link to my playlist:
>  http://www.wqln.org/main/Radio/Jazz%20And%20Blues%20Programs/Jazz%20Ball
>ads%20and%20Blues/default.aspx
>
>If the above doesn't work, then you can view my playlist by going to
>www.wqln.org and selecting "radio" under the pull-down menu on top of the
>page. Then select "Jazz & Blues Programs" then "Jazz Ballads & Blues." My
>playlist will be at the bottom of the page that appears and is updated
>weekly.
>Al Lubiejewski
>WQLN FM
>402 West 6th Street
>Erie, PA 16507
>(I host both "Bop n' The Blues" and "Jazz Ballads & Blues" and my
>playlists are posted at www.wqln.org)
>____________________________________________________________
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>If you owe under $729k you probably qualify for Gov't Refi Programs
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>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 9
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 10:36:36 -0400
>From: "Leal, Michael" <mleal at mercyhurst.edu>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist JAZZ FM 88.5 WMCE - Erie, PA November 3 2010
>To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek.com" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID:
> 
><3E94D84A5D5C9B428E4FB522831B0B2016109ADC20 at EXCHMAIL-VS.mercyhurst.local>
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>
>JAZZ FM / WMCE Current Jazz List for November 3, 2010
>
>For contact:
>
>Michael Leal
>88.5 JAZZ FM (WMCE Radio)
>Erie's Full Time 24/7 Jazz Station
>Mercyhurst College
>501 East 38th Street
>Erie, PA  16509
>www.ErieRadio.com
>mleal at mercyhurst.edu
>
>Artist                     CD Title                 Label
>
>NEW ARRIVALS (Non Charts)
>
>CASSANDRA WILSON - Silver Pony (Blue Note)
>GREG RUBY QUARTET (w. Frank Vignola) Look Both Ways (GR Music)
>WIDEHIVE PLAYERS II Wide Hive Players II Guitar (Widehive)
>JACQUI SUTTON - Billie & Dolly (Blue Typewriter Productions)
>JIM ALLARD The Wait (Altimeter)
>RAY CHARLES Genius: The Undiscovered Master (Concord Records)
>WIL SWINDLER'S ELEVENET UNIVERSE B (OA2 Records)
>MATTHIAS LUPRI After Hours (SUMMIT RECORDS)
>LAURA HARRISON Now...Here (59 Steps Records)
>BERNAL/ECKROTH/ENNIS LA VOZ DE TRES (JOTA SETE PRODUCTIONS)
>LAUREN HOOKER Life of the Music (Miles High Records MHR 8613)
>DAVID HARDIMAN Portrait Of David Hardiman (DH MUSIC)
>LISA MAXWELL Return to Standards (Jazz Lovers)
>SERAFIN LOVE'S WORST CRIME (Victory Drive Music)
>ROB MAZUREK'S EXPLODING STAR ORCHESTRA Stars Have Shapes (Delmark)
>JASON ADASIEWICZ Sun Rooms (Delmark)
>FERNANDEZ & WRIGHT Unsung (New Market Music)
>GABRIEL ALEGRIA  Pucusana (SAPANEGRO RECORDS)
>KENNY WERNER No Beginning, No End (HALFNOTE RECORDS)
>JAY GAUNT Harmonicopia (JBG Music)
>DUAL RHYTHM BIG BAND Dual Rhythm Big Band (Self-Released)
>DARRELL KATZ / The Jazz Composers Alliance 
>Orchestra - A Wallflower In The Amazon (Accurate Records)
>
>CURRENT ROTATION:
>
>HOUSTON PERSON Moment To Moment (HighNote)
>DENISE DONATELLI When Lights Are Low (Savant)
>CONRAD HERWIG The Latin Side Of Herbie Hancock (Half Note)
>STEVE TURRE Delicious & Delightful (HighNote)
>MARY STALLINGS Dream (HighNote)
>JOEY DEFRANCESCO Never Can Say Goodbye: The 
>Music Of Michael Jackson (HighNote)
>FREDDY COLE Freddy Cole Sings Mr.B (HighNote)
>ANDY FARBER This Could Be The Start Of Something Big (Black Warrior)
>CYRUS CHESTNUT Journeys (JLP)
>CHARLES LLOYD QUARTET Mirror (ECM)
>ESPERANZA SPALDING Chamber Music Society (Heads Up)
>JIM ROTONDI 1000 Rainbows (Posi-Tone)
>THE COOKERS Warriors (JLP)
>JANE MONHEIT Home (Emarcy)
>DOUG WEBB Midnight (Posi-Tone)
>AMINA FIGAROVA Sketches (Munich)
>KENNY BURRELL Be Yourself (HighNote)
>JOE MAGNARELLI My Old Flame (Give at Go)
>TAYLOR EIGSTI Daylight At Midnight (Concord)
>DANILO PEREZ Providencia (Mack Avenue)
>MATT GARRISON Familiar Places (D Clef)
>THE BAD PLUS Never Stop (Emarcy)
>HADLEY CALIMAN & PETE CHRISTLIEB Reunion (Origin)
>DAN BLOCK From His World To Mine: The Music Of Duke Ellington (Miles High)
>DOUG BEAVERS Two Shades Of Nude (Origin)
>SPANISH HARLEM ORCHESTRA Viva La Tradicion (Concord Picante)
>GREGORY PORTER Water (Motema)
>TIA FULLER Decisive Steps (Mack Avenue)
>PETE MALINVERNI A Beautiful Thing (Saranac)
>THE DAVE LIEBMAN BIG BAND As Always (MAMA)
>MICHAEL DEASE Grace (JLP)
>RICHARD COLE Inner Mission (Origin)
>MASON BROTHERS Two Sides One Story (Archival)
>LEE RITENOUR'S 6 STRING THEORY 6 String Theory (Concord)
>TROMBONE SHORTY Backatown (Verve Forecast)
>JARED GOLD Out Of Line (Posi-Tone)
>TOM RIZZO Imaginary Numbers (Origin)
>ALEX LEVIN New York Portraits (Self-Released)
>TOMAS JANZON Experiences (Changes)
>RAY VEGA & THOMAS MARRIOTT East-West Trumpet Summit (Origin)
>PAMELA HINES Moon Germs (Spice Rack)
>CHRIS WASHBURNE & THE SYOTOS BAND Fields of Moons (Jazzheads)
>ISSAC DELGADO L-O-V-E (Calle 54)
>SEATTLE REPERTORY JAZZ ORCHESTRA Jimmy Heath: The Endless Search (Origin)
>JACKY TERRASSON Push (Concord)
>BOB MINTZER Canyon Cove (Pony)
>COLIN DEAN Shiwasu (Roots)
>JESSE COOK The Rumba Foundation (Koch)
>ALISON RUBLE Ashland (Origin)
>EITHER ORCHESTRA Mood Music For Time Travellers (Accurate)
>BRUCE WILLIAMSON Standard Transmission (Origin)
>GEOF BRADFIELD African Flowers (Origin)
>DAN GAILEY JAZZ ORCHESTRA What Did You Dream? (OA2)
>NOBUKI TAKAMEN Live: At The Iridium (Summit)
>THE KORA BAND Cascades (OA2)
>DAVE ANDERSON Clarity (Pony Boy)
>JOHN PIZZARELLI Rockin In Rhythm: A Tribute To Duke Ellington (Telarc)
>CARL FISCHER & ORGANIC GROOVE ENSEMBLE Adverse Times (Fischmusic)
>LARRY CORYELL Prime Picks (HighNote)
>MILTON SUGGS Things To Come (Skiptone)
>RANDY HALBERSTADT Flash Point (Origin)
>DANA LAUREN It's You Or No One (Self-Released)
>KEN FOWSER & BEHN GILLECE Little Echo (Posi-Tone)
>JASON MORAN Ten (Blue Note)
>CHRIS COLANGELO Elaine's Song ()
>REGINA CARTER Reverse Thread (E1)
>MATT JORGENSEN Tattooed By Passion: Music 
>Inspired By The Paintings Of Dale Chisman (Origin)
>LESLIE LEWIS & THE GERARD HAGEN TRIO Keeper Of The Flame (Surf Cove Jazz)
>LYNN BAKER Azure Intention (OA2)
>CHRISTIAN SCOTT Yesterday You Said Tomorrow (Concord Jazz)
>JANIS MANN Blow Away (Pancake)
>JOHN DOKES & GEORGE GEE John Dokes Sings, George Gee Swings (Swing Theory)
>ONE FOR ALL Incorrigible (JLP)
>MIKE LEDONNE The Groover (Savant)
>ARTHUR LIPNER & NANNY ASSIS Brasilian Vibes (MalletWorks Media)
>HELIO ALVES It's Clear (Reservoir)
>EUGENE MARLOW Celebrations: Eugene Marlow's 
>Heritage Ensemble Interprets Festive Melodies From The Hebraic Songboo
>(MEII Enterprises)
>THE GLENIOUS The Glenious Inner Planet (Blue Bamboo)
>LESLIE PINTCHIK We're Here To Listen (Pintch Hard)
>HEATH BROTHERS Endurance (Jazz Legacy)
>BUSELLI WALLARAB JAZZ ORCHESTRA Mezzanine (Owl Studios)
>MYRON WALDEN Countryfied (Demi Sound)
>GUST SPENOS Swingin\' High (Swing Theory)
>JOHN BEASLEY Positootly (Resonance)
>SOPHIE MILMAN Take Love Easy (Koch)
>HILARIO DURAN Motion (Alma)
>STANTON MOORE Groove Alchemy (Telarc)
>HOT CLUB OF DETROIT It's About That Time (Mack Avenue)
>PETE LEVIN Jump! (Pete Levin)
>BRAD MEHLDAU Highway Rider (Nonesuch)
>DAVE PECK Modern Romance (Let's Play Stella)
>YOTAM Resonance (JLP)
>JACKIE RYAN Doozy (Open Art)
>NNENNA FREELON Homefree (Concord)
>THE WYNTON MARSALIS QUINTET & RICHARD GALLIANO 
> From Billie Holiday To Edith Piaf: Live In Marciac (Rampart Street /
>Jazz In Marciac)
>VENISSA SANTI Bienvenida (Sunnyside)
>JAMIE CULLUM The Pursuit (Verve Forecast)
>STEVE DAVIS Images (Posi-Tone)
>GERALD WILSON ORCHESTRA Detroit (Mack Avenue)
>JOE CHAMBERS Horace To Max (Savant)
>ARTURO SANDOVAL Time For Love (Concord)
>TOM HARRELL Roman Nights (HighNote)
>PHIL HAWKINS Sugarcane Suite (P. Note)
>CHAD MCCULLOUGH & MICHAL VANOUCEK The Sky Cries (Origin)
>
>LIGHT AIRPLAY
>
>PAT METHENY Orchestrion (Nonesuch)
>JOHN STEIN Raising The Roof (Whaling City Sound)
>ERIC REED & CYRUS CHESTNUT Plenty Swing, Plenty Soul (Savant)
>KAT EDMONSON Take To The Sky (Convivium)
>RUSS KASSOFF Bird Fly By (RHK Jazz)
>NADAV SNIR-ZELNIKER Thinking Out Loud (OA2)
>ERIC ALEXANDER Revival Of The Fittest (HighNote)
>COREY CHRISTIANSEN Outlaw Tractor (Origin)
>MICHAEL ZSOLDOS Off The Cuff (NJB)
>CHRIS GRAHAM After-Birth Of Cool (Self Released)
>SACHAL VASANDANI We Move (Mack Avenue)
>CHARMAINE CLAMOR Something Good (FreeHam)
>STEPHEN ANDERSON Nation Degeneration (Summit)
>HOT CLUB OF HULAVILLE Django Would Go! (Hulaville)
>LIAM SILLERY Phenomenology (OA2)
>JOE LOCKE For The Love Of You (E1 Entertainment)
>CARRIE WICKS I'll Get Around To It (OA2)
>BILL CHARLAP & RENEE ROSNES Double Portrait (Blue Note)
>
>RECURRENTS:
>
>MILTON SUGGS Things To Come (Skiptone)
>THE KORA BAND Cascades (OA2)
>THE DAVE LIEBMAN BIG BAND As Always (MAMA)
>THE GLENIOUS The Glenious Inner Planet (Blue Bamboo)
>DAVE PECK Modern Romance (Let's Play Stella)
>JOHN PIZZARELLI Rockin In Rhythm: A Tribute To Duke Ellington (Telarc)
>JESSE COOK The Rumba Foundation (Koch)
>HOT CLUB OF DETROIT It's About That Time (Mack Avenue)
>BRAD MEHLDAU Highway Rider (Nonesuch)
>JAMIE CULLUM The Pursuit (Verve Forecast)
>HEATH BROTHERS Endurance (Jazz Legacy)
>GERALD WILSON ORCHESTRA Detroit (Mack Avenue)
>VENISSA SANTI Bienvenida (Sunnyside)
>HELIO ALVES It's Clear (Reservoir)
>JACKIE RYAN Doozy (Open Art)
>SOPHIE MILMAN Take Love Easy (Koch)
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 10
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 15:04:25 +0000
>From: Bradley Stone <stonebradley1 at gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID:
>         <AANLkTi=4_x4j8O+V5xOwcY4+An0EhKzWmJB_mWzhUs2E at mail.gmail.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
>
>me as well, we were on the same wavelength!
>
>Aloha
>
>
>
>On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:36 AM, Bobby Jackson <ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
>
> >
> > @ Tony.  Big thumbs up to you Mr. Gasparre!  I thought about Duke greeting
> > her too!!!
> >
> > Bobby Jackson
> > thejazzmind.com
> > ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
> > 216.288.4422
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > On Oct 31, 2010, at 9:49 AM, Anthony Gasparre wrote:
> >
> >
> >> Deborah,
> >> Tell Duke we all said Aloha,
> >> Tony
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >>
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> >
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> > --
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>
>
>--
>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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>
>Message: 11
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 11:25:03 -0400
>From: TomtheJazzman <tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <4CCEDBCF.4030603 at embarqmail.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
>Add one more to the list thinking of Duke and Deborah.  She probably is
>having to give him a refresher in playing "PIGS."
>ALOHA
>Tom
>
>On 11/1/2010 11:04 AM, Bradley Stone wrote:
> > me as well, we were on the same wavelength!
> >
> > Aloha
> >
> >
> >
> > On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:36 AM, Bobby 
> Jackson<ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> >
> >> @ Tony.  Big thumbs up to you Mr. Gasparre!  I thought about Duke greeting
> >> her too!!!
> >>
> >> Bobby Jackson
> >> thejazzmind.com
> >> ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
> >> 216.288.4422
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On Oct 31, 2010, at 9:49 AM, Anthony Gasparre wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >>> Deborah,
> >>> Tell Duke we all said Aloha,
> >>> Tony
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> --
> >>>
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> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >>
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> >
> >
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>
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>
>Message: 12
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 11:41:55 -0400
>From: laffinred at aol.com
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>Duke did not play pigs...he heckled us oinkers 
>and certainly enjoyed the witty exchanges but, 
>makin' bacon was not his thing, he was a vegetarian.
>
>
>  Aloha....
>
>
>
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: TomtheJazzman <tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Sent: Mon, Nov 1, 2010 10:25 am
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
>
>
>Add one more to the list thinking of Duke and 
>Deborah.  She probably is having to give him a refresher in playing "PIGS."
>ALOHA
>Tom
>
>On 11/1/2010 11:04 AM, Bradley Stone wrote:
> > me as well, we were on the same wavelength!
> >
> > Aloha
> >
> >
> >
> > On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:36 AM, Bobby 
> Jackson<ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> >
> >> @ Tony.  Big thumbs up to you Mr. 
> Gasparre!  I thought about Duke greeting
> >> her too!!!
> >>
> >> Bobby Jackson
> >> thejazzmind.com
> >> ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
> >> 216.288.4422
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On Oct 31, 2010, at 9:49 AM, Anthony Gasparre wrote:
> >>
> >>
> >>> Deborah,
> >>> Tell Duke we all said Aloha,
> >>> Tony
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> --
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>Message: 13
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:09:58 -0400
>From: eric jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>So sorry to hear about Deborah. I didn't know she had been ill. I always
>enjoyed talking to her.
>
>Eric Jackson
>WGBH Boston
>Mon -Thurs 8 PM - Mid
>Sunday 10 PM - Mid.
>89.7 FM
>WWW.wgbh.org/jazz
>
>
>On 11/01/2010 11:41 AM, laffinred at aol.com wrote:
> >
> > Duke did not play pigs...he heckled us 
> oinkers and certainly enjoyed the witty 
> exchanges but, makin' bacon was not his thing, he was a vegetarian.
> >
> >
> >   Aloha....
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: TomtheJazzman<tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
> > To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> > Sent: Mon, Nov 1, 2010 10:25 am
> > Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
> >
> >
> > Add one more to the list thinking of Duke and 
> Deborah.  She probably is having to give him a refresher in playing "PIGS."
> > ALOHA
> > Tom
> >
> > On 11/1/2010 11:04 AM, Bradley Stone wrote:
> >> me as well, we were on the same wavelength!
> >>
> >> Aloha
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:36 AM, Bobby 
> Jackson<ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> >>
> >>> @ Tony.  Big thumbs up to you Mr. 
> Gasparre!  I thought about Duke greeting
> >>> her too!!!
> >>>
> >>> Bobby Jackson
> >>> thejazzmind.com
> >>> ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
> >>> 216.288.4422
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> On Oct 31, 2010, at 9:49 AM, Anthony Gasparre wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>> Deborah,
> >>>> Tell Duke we all said Aloha,
> >>>> Tony
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> --
> >>>>
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> >>>
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> >>
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>Message: 14
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:13:08 -0400
>From: TomtheJazzman <tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>Yep, I can see and hear him right now saying "Makin' Bacon" at one of
>those late night sessions.
>Thanks for the reminder.
>ALOHA
>Tom
>
>On 11/1/2010 11:41 AM, laffinred at aol.com wrote:
> > Duke did not play pigs...he heckled us 
> oinkers and certainly enjoyed the witty 
> exchanges but, makin' bacon was not his thing, he was a vegetarian.
> >
> >
> >   Aloha....
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: TomtheJazzman<tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
> > To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> > Sent: Mon, Nov 1, 2010 10:25 am
> > Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow
> >
> >
> > Add one more to the list thinking of Duke and 
> Deborah.  She probably is having to give him a refresher in playing "PIGS."
> > ALOHA
> > Tom
> >
> > On 11/1/2010 11:04 AM, Bradley Stone wrote:
> >> me as well, we were on the same wavelength!
> >>
> >> Aloha
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 12:36 AM, Bobby 
> Jackson<ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net>wrote:
> >>
> >>> @ Tony.  Big thumbs up to you Mr. 
> Gasparre!  I thought about Duke greeting
> >>> her too!!!
> >>>
> >>> Bobby Jackson
> >>> thejazzmind.com
> >>> ftapache1 at sbcglobal.net
> >>> 216.288.4422
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> On Oct 31, 2010, at 9:49 AM, Anthony Gasparre wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>> Deborah,
> >>>> Tell Duke we all said Aloha,
> >>>> Tony
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> --
> >>>>
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> >>>
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> >
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>Message: 15
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:15:45 -0400
>From: eric jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist WGBH  8 pm - mid  10/28
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
>Jazz on WGBH with Eric Jackson Oct 28, 2010
>
>8:00PM - 12:00AM
>8:03:49PM       Nardis
>         Name: Bill Evans
>Name of CD: The Best Of Bill Evans
>Composer: Davis
>Track Label: Riverside
>Catalog Number: 5712
>
>8:10:37PM       It's Only A Paper Moon
>         Name: Tony Guerrero
>Name of CD: Blue Room
>Composer: Billy Rose, Harold Arlen, E. Y. Harburg
>Track Label: Charleston Square
>Catalog Number: 419
>
>8:14:59PM       Happy Talk
>         Name: Kermit Ruffins
>Name of CD: Happy Talk
>Composer: Rodgers & Hammerstein
>Track Label: Basin Street
>Catalog Number: 0111
>
>8:20:12PM       Alamode
>         Name: Curtis Fuller
>Name of CD: I Will Tell Her
>Composer: Curtis Fuller
>Track Label: Capri
>Catalog Number: 74100
>
>8:28:35PM       The Intrepid Fox
>         Name: Freddie Hubbard
>Name of CD: Red Clay
>Composer: Freddie Hubbard
>Track Label: CTIMasterworks
>Catalog Number: 76822
>
>8:42:21PM       Waltz For Moe
>         Name: Paquito D'Rivera
>Name of CD: Panamericana Suite
>Composer: Paquito D'Rivera
>Track Label: MCG
>Catalog Number: 1026
>
>8:51:01PM       Mi Guajira
>         Name: Dave Bass
>Name of CD: Gone
>Composer: Dave Bass
>Track Label: DBQ
>Catalog Number: 410
>
>9:00:54PM       Pretty
>         Name: Gregory Porter
>Name of CD: Water
>Composer: Gregory Porter
>Track Label: Motema
>Catalog Number: 41
>
>9:05:40PM       Body And Soul
>         Name: John Coltrane
>Name of CD: Coltrane's Sound
>Composer: J. Green-E. Heyman-V.Sour
>Track Label: Rhino
>Catalog Number: 75588
>
>9:13:00PM       Wheel Of Fortune
>         Name: Ray Charles
>Name of CD: The Undiscovered Masters Rare Genius
>Composer: Bennie Benjamin-George David Weiss
>Track Label: Concord
>Catalog Number: 32196
>
>9:17:09PM       Chicago Bop Steppin'
>         Name: Clayton Brothers
>Name of CD: The New Song And Dance
>Composer: Jeff Clayton
>Track Label: ArtistShare
>Catalog Number: 0107
>
>9:27:29PM       New Light
>         Name: Cyrus Chestnut
>Name of CD: Journeys
>Composer: Cyrus Chestnut
>Track Label: Jazz Legacy Productions
>Catalog Number: 1001011
>
>9:33:19PM       One For Felix
>         Name: Jim Rotondi
>Name of CD: 1000 Rainbows
>Composer: Jim Rotondi
>Track Label: Posi-Tone
>Catalog Number: 8062
>
>9:39:00PM       24/7
>         Name: Mason Brothers
>Name of CD: Two Sides One Story
>Composer: Elliot and Brad Mason
>Track Label: Archival
>Catalog Number: 1583
>
>9:51:00PM       Ah Leu Cha
>         Name: Geri Allen & Timeline
>Name of CD: Live
>Composer: Charlie Parker
>Track Label: Motema
>Catalog Number: 42
>
>10:01:04PM      Crepuscule With Nellie
>         Name: Jason Moran
>Name of CD: Ten
>Composer: Thelonious Monk
>Track Label: Blue Note
>Catalog Number: 57186
>
>10:06:58PM      Mirror
>         Name: Charles Lloyd
>Name of CD: Mirror
>Composer: Charles Lloyd
>Track Label: ECM
>Catalog Number: 2176
>
>10:15:59PM      Wilkes' BBQ
>         Name: Bobby Watson
>Name of CD: The Gates BBQ Suite
>Composer: Bobby Watson
>Track Label: Bobby Watson
>Catalog Number: 01
>
>10:23:05PM      Itchy
>         Name: Pamela Hines
>Name of CD: Moon Germs
>Composer: Pamela Hines
>Track Label: Spicerack
>Catalog Number: 101
>
>10:32:21PM      A Timeless Place
>         Name: Mary Stallings
>Name of CD: Dream
>Composer: J. Rowles/N. Winston
>Track Label: Highnote
>Catalog Number: 7212
>
>10:39:54PM      Body And Soul
>         Name: Anat Cohen
>Name of CD: Clarinetwork
>Composer: E. Heyman-R.Sour-Frank Eyton/John Green
>Track Label: Anzic
>Catalog Number: 1203
>
>10:52:16PM      N'teri
>         Name: Regina Carter
>Name of CD: Reverse Thread
>Composer: Habib Koite
>Track Label: E1
>Catalog Number: 2090
>
>10:58:22PM      N'kosi Sikelele Africa
>         Name: Stanley Sagov
>Name of CD: Living The Tender Jazz Dream
>Composer: Enoch Sontonga
>Track Label: stanley sagov
>UPC: 8450141017
>
>11:12:26PM      Maiden Voyage
>         Name: Conrad Herwig
>Name of CD: The Latin Side Of Herbie Hancock
>Composer: Herbie Hancock
>Track Label: Half Note
>Catalog Number: 4544
>
>11:21:48PM      So What
>         Name: Various Artists
>Name of CD: California Concert
>Composer: So What
>Track Label: CTIMasterworks
>Catalog Number: 76405
>
>11:28:57PM      Joshua
>         Name: Ryan Cohan
>Name of CD: Another Look
>Composer: Victor Feldman
>Track Label: Motema
>Catalog Number: 45
>
>11:38:19PM      I Cover The Waterfront
>         Name: Houston Person
>Name of CD: Moment To Moment
>Composer: J. Green/E. Heyman
>Track Label: Highnote
>Catalog Number: 7217
>
>11:44:13PM      Close To You Alone
>         Name: The Cookers
>Name of CD: Warriors
>Composer: Cecil McBee
>Track Label: Jazz Legacy Productions
>Catalog Number: 1001009
>
>11:50:23PM      Someone To Watch Over Me
>         Name: Andy Bey
>Name of CD: Ain't Necessarily So
>Composer: George & Ira Gershwin
>Track Label: 12th Street
>Catalog Number: 9292982
>
>
>
>Eric Jackson
>WGBH Boston
>Mon -Thurs 8 PM - Mid
>Sunday 10 PM - Mid.
>89.7 FM
>WWW.wgbh.org/jazz
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 16
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:19:20 -0400
>From: eric jackson <eric-jackson at comcast.net>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist  WGBH   10 pm - mid.  10/31
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
>The Sunday Night Spotlight with Eric Jackson Oct 31, 2010
>
>
>10:00PM - 12:00AM
>10:00:12PM      On The Marc
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: Manhattan Autumn
>Composer: Eric Alexander
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1026
>
>10:09:01PM      These Foolish Things
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Classic Trio
>Composer: H. Link, E. Maschwitz, J. Strachey
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1005
>
>10:17:08PM      Four Flights Up
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: 4 Flights Up
>Composer: David Hazeltine
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1002
>
>10:23:52PM      Blues Like
>         Name: Eric Alexander
>Name of CD: Prime Time
>Composer: David Hazeltine
>Track Label: Highnote
>Catalog Number: 7201
>
>10:34:23PM      Prelude To A Kiss
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Classic Trio Vol 2
>Composer: Duke Ellington
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1019
>
>10:40:53PM      Witchcraft
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: Modern Standards
>Composer: C. Coleman & C. Leigh
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1032
>
>10:49:40PM      Petite Ange
>         Name: One For All
>Name of CD: Incorrigible
>Composer: David Hazeltine
>Track Label: Jazz Legacy Productions
>Catalog Number: 1001005
>
>10:58:14PM      Don't Walk Away
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Inspiration Suite
>Composer: David Hazeltine
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1039
>
>11:07:29PM      Gratitude
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Inspiration Suite
>Composer: David Hazeltine
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1039
>
>11:14:40PM      Somewhere
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: Modern Standards
>Composer: L. Bernstein & S. SOndheim
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1032
>
>11:20:03PM      The Fruit
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Classic Trio
>Composer: Bud Powell
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1005
>
>11:28:01PM      What The World Needs Now
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Classic Trio Vol 2
>Composer: Burt Bacharach/Hal David
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1019
>
>11:34:45PM      Uptown After Dark
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: Manhattan Autumn
>Composer: David Hazeltine
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1026
>
>11:43:01PM      A Time For Love
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: Modern Standards
>Composer: J. Mandel/P. Webster
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 1032
>
>11:49:25PM      The Days Of Wine And Roses
>         Name: David Hazeltine
>Name of CD: The Classic Trio Vol 2
>Composer: Henry Mancini
>Track Label: Sharp Nine
>Catalog Number: 101
>
>
>Eric Jackson
>WGBH Boston
>Mon -Thurs 8 PM - Mid
>Sunday 10 PM - Mid.
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>
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>
>Message: 17
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 12:54:27 -0400
>From: "Jason Crane | The Jazz Session" <jason at thejazzsession.com>
>Subject: [JPL] This week on The Jazz Session: James Falzone & Garrison
>         Fewell!
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>You can see a snazzy PDF version of this newsletter at
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>*********************************
>This week on The Jazz Session:
>*********************************
>
>TJS #213: James Falzone. Clarinetist James Falzone combines his love of
>Arabic classical music with an acknowledgement of the current East-West
>cultural divide on Lamentations (Allos Documents, 2010). In this
>interview, Falzone talks about his interest in Arabic music; how making
>beauty is a form of protest; and the blend of composition and
>improvisation on this album. SHOW AVAILABLE NOW. LISTEN
>
>TJS #214: Garrison Fewell. Guitarist Garrison Fewell’s Variable Density
>Sound Orchestra returns with Sound Particle 47 (Create Nation Music,
>2010). In this interview, Fewell talks about the expanded band; his move
>from mainstream jazz to the experimental side; and his relationship with
>composer John Tchicai. SHOW AVAILABLE STARTING 11/04/10.
>
>*********************************
>
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>Message: 18
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 10:06:47 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Dick Crockett <bopndick at yahoo.com>
>Subject: [JPL] Jack Brokensha "And then I Said"
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>
>
>“And
>Then I Said” was an LP recorded in 1963 on Savoy Records by the
>Jack Brokensha Quartet with Howard Lucas, piano, Danny Jordan, bass
>and Art Mardigan, drums. It was part of an extensive series (MG
>12080) 12 “ LP of jazz recordings that are still in the then
>immense Savoy jazz library.  If it still exits.
>Many
>jazz classics are filed away in the dusty old archives of bygone
>record companies. Although I'm not saying that Savoy Records is gone,
>for they've been rebirthed and, no doubt, still have a large cache of
>bop / jazz recordings, somewhere.
>Then I
>read Mark Stryker's obit in the Detroit Free Press of Jack
>Brokensha's passing and vividly recalled my connection with him.
>It was
>1965. I was a student with a mass communication, major with a
>literature / journalism minor  at Wayne State University.
>
>I
>hosted a two hour jazz show  on WQRS-FM, a listener supported radio
>station. It was the early days of  FM radio, when sets in use were
>very limited to any one who had a Grundig radio-when FM in car radio
>sets were nil!  And the freedom to be creative, to  do live
>broadcasts was a constant in those days, a rare thing in corporate
>media, nowadays.
>We had
>a collection of Jack Brokensha LP's from his days with the Australian
>Jazz Quintet, a band of Australian and American jazz musicians, Jack
>Brokensha, vibes, Bryce Rohde, piano Dick Healy and or  Erroll
>Buddle, reeds, Frank Capp, drums and Jimmy Gannon, bass.
>
>I
>recall playing this one particular LP, “And Then I Said” that was
>in the library because Jack used to host a show on the station.
>Then,
>Jack Brokensha opened a restaurant on Lothrup,  two blocks away from
>the GM building and the Fisher building in the New Center Area of
>Detroit.
>
>WQRS
>decided to do a two hour nightly remote broadcast. I hosted the first
>hour, spinning records on the main floor. We switched  upstairs in
>the second hour, where Jack Brokensha would perform with his quartet,
>Bess Boniar,. Piano, Danny Jordan, bass and Jerry McKensie, drums and
>occasionally Ursula Walker as vocalist.
>
> >From my
>view, it was one of those moments, that seem to happen every night in
>a venue where musicians would appear in town and prominent Detroit
>symphony orchestra musicians would sit in with the band.
>
>I
>recall J.C. Heard and Frank Isola would try their taste.  It was a
>regular thing in those days, that now is more memorable, because the
>music scene has changed so much.
>
>Jack
>Brokensha was very much a part of the Detroit scene in those days.
>Whether it was a performance with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,  or
>a Motown session at Universal Studios on Second Avenue, or a jingle
>session for Jam Handy, where Jerry Bruckheimer sewed his oats, or a
>Campbell Ewald Chevy ad for General Motors, Jack Brokensha, for all
>his 5 foot six frame, was constantly on the go, packing his van and
>running off to various gigs around the city.
>I
>remember those moments and other memories of a man,so generous with
>his time and talent.
>And
>it's Detroiters, who really appreciate his contributions to the music
>history whether performing  on the The Soupy Sakes show or The
>Masonic Temple.
>I most
>remember the out of print, “And Then I Said” LP on Savoy Records
>and the best version of  Randy Weston's ,“Little Niles”  I ever
>heard.
>
>Jackl
>Brokensha's vibraphone on that tune was a slow tempo, a rondo, still
>resonating  my soul to this day.
>
>Dick
>Crockett
>Sacramento,
>Ca
>
>
>
>
>
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>
>Message: 19
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 11:04:01 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Welcome to Dreamsville Records
>         <welcometodreamsvillerecords at yahoo.com>
>Subject: [JPL] Rebroadcast: Celebrating Hollywood Legend Doris Day
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
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>Lovely interview by Jonathan Schwartz with Doris Day:
>http://culture.wnyc.org/articles/features/2010/oct/30/celebrating-hollywood-legend-doris-day/
>
>WTD Records
>
>Latest news:
>
> >From the artist best known for "Santa Baby" 
> comes "Cry Me A River" available everywhere digital:
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>song, which speaks about sweet revenge, has been revived very
>successfully by Cynthia Basinet. While there are hints of the original
>Julie London version, Ms. Basinet's rendition is particularly bluesy,
>while being a bit more sensual. Accompanied by a sensitive rhythm
>section, the singer displays her beautiful voice on a version full of
>desire, regret, and quiet satisfaction at how the broken love affair
>turned out. The results are haunting and memorable.”
>  rhythm
>section, the singer displays her beautiful voice on a version full of
>desire, regret, and quiet satisfaction at how the broken love affair
>turned out. The results are haunting and memorable.”
>
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 20
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 14:18:26 -0400
>From: Tom Reney <tr at wfcr.org>
>Subject: [JPL] WFCR Playlist/Jazz a la Mode, November 1, 2010
>To: "jazz programmer's list" <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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>Message: 21
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 12:19:57 -0600
>From: jctrane at gmail.com
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist; KRFC, Ft Collins;"Mtn StdsTime" 10-31-2010
>To: Jazz Programmers Mailing List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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>Playlist, 'Mountain Standards Time', Oct 31, 2010
>     Gene Abkarian
>     KRFC Community Radio
>     619 S College Ave  #4
>     Ft Collins, CO  80524
>
>ARTIST-Track-Album-Label
>
>9PM
>RED GARLAND-LazyMae-DigIt-Prestige (theme)
>GREG ABATE-BrideOfFrankenstein-MonstersInTheNight-Koko
>SOPHIE MILMAN-BeautifulLove-TakeLoveEasy-E1
>JOHN STEIN-BeautifulLove-RaisingTheRoof-WhalingCitySound
>
>ROB McCONNELL-StJamesInfirmary-ConcordJazzFestival1990-Concord
>RUFUS REID-CryingBlues-OutFront-Motema
>
>MICHAEL BRECKER-Pilgrimage-Pilgrimage-HeadsUp
>KARRIN ALLYSON-GhostOfAChance-IDidn'tKnowAboutYou-Concord
>
>CARL FISHER-WeinheimBlues-AdverseTime-FischMusic
>BILLIE HOLIDAY-GloomySunday-QuintessentialBillie Vol 9-ColumbiaLegacy
>
>10:01PM
>SUSIE HANSEN-LasCallesDeChicago-RepresentanteDeLaSalsa-JazzCaliente
>ROB McCONNELL BossBrass-4B.C.-JazzHeritageSeries-Concord  (sampler)
>PLAYS MONK-GreenChimneys-PlaysMonk-LongsongRecords
>
>ROBERTA GAMBARINI-OldBlackMagic-SoInLove-Emarcy
>PHIL KELLY Santa Ana Winds-JuanBeatovStomp-MyMuseum-Origin
>
>CHRIS DONNELLY-Hallucinations-Solo-Alma
>LARRY GOLDINGS/HARRY ALLEN-SaladDays-WhenLarryMetHarry-CafeSociety
>
>MICROSCOPIC SEPTET-ByeYa-FridayThe13th-Cunieform
>FREDDIE HUBBARD-Delphia-RedClay-SONY
>BROTHER JACK McDUFF-Oblighetto-Droppin'Science
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 22
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 11:35:20 -0700
>From: Arturo Gomez <arturo at kuvo.org>
>Subject: [JPL] RE: Deborah Lewow
>To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek. com (jazzproglist at jazzweek.com)"
>         <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
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>Remembering those that have passed ensure they live on forever!!!!!!
>
>Arturo Gómez
>Music Director
>It's our 25th Silver Anniversary!
>The Oasis In The City, along The Front Range and the High Country!
>jazz89KUVO 89.3FM DENVER, 89.7FM BRECKENRIDGE, KVJZ 88.5FM VAIL
>Colorado's First HD FM Radio Station
>Celebrating 15 Years of Live Performances!
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>Message: 23
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 16:09:21 -0400 (EDT)
>From: Jason M Miller <jason.miller at lamar.edu>
>Subject: [JPL] PLAYLIST: Afternoon Jazz w/ Jason M. Miller 91.3 KVLU
>         Beaumont 11-01-10
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID:
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>Afternoon Jazz
>hosted by Jason M. Miller
>Mon.- Fri. 12:40pm-3pm
>91.3 KVLU Beaumont, TX
>
>www.kvlu.org
>
>Artist(s) - Song(s) - Album (Label) [C] = current release [a] = add  Duration
>
>
>Airdate: 11-01-10
>
>
>Theme - Lalo Schifrin - Barney Does It All - 
>Music From Mission Impossible (Hip-O) 2:32
>
>   BREAK
>
>Part 1
>
>John Coltrane - Come Rain Or Come Shine - 
>Fearless Leader Sampler (Prestige) 8:47
>John Coltrane - Interplay - Interplay Boxed Set Sampler (Prestige) 9:39
>
>   BREAK
>
>Part 2
>
>Benson/Hubbard/Laws/Turrentine/Crawford/Hammond/Carter/Cobham/Airto 
>- Impressions - California Concert (CTI/Sony Masterworks Jazz) [C] 23:58
>Dave Holland Octet - Pathways - Pathways (Dare2) 10:45
>Cyrus Chestnut Trio - In The Still Hours - Journeys (JLP) [C] 4:40
>Bruce Williamson Quartet - Just You, Just Me - 
>Standard Transmission (Origin) [C] 4:50
>Bruce Williamson Quartet - All Of Me - Standard 
>Transmission (Origin) [C] 4:50
>
>   BREAK
>
>Andy Farber And His Orchestra ftr. Jon Hendricks 
>- Roll 'em Pete - This Could Be The Start Of Something Big (BWR) [C] 3:50
>Dan Adler - Joy Spring - Back To The Bridge (Emdan Music) [C] 5:21
>
>   BREAK
>
>Part 3
>
>Three As One - Flute Sonata E Flat Major- MVMT 
>2. Siciliana - Decisions (Summit) [C] 4:55
>Three As One - Smiling Eyes - Decisions (Summit) [C] 9:13
>Jessica Williams - Wise One - Touch (Origin) 8:11
>The Bad Plus - People Like You - Never Stop (Eone) [C] 9:14
>Alison Ruble - Let's Fall In Love - Ashland (Origin) [C] 7:00
>Julian Yeo & His Retro Jazz Band - A Nightingale 
>Sang In Berkeley Square - Homage (Yeomo Productions) [C] 4:47
>Susie Hansen - Frank Sinatra Cha Cha Cha - 
>Representante De La Salsa (Jazz Caliente) 8:17
>Hot Club Of Detroit - Nostalgia In Times Square 
>- It's About That Time (Mack AVenue) 3:04
>
>   BREAK
>
>Mike Metheny - We'll Be Together Again - KC Potpourri (3 Valve Music) 5:56
>
>
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>Message: 24
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 14:16:45 -0700
>From: kim.linzy at unlv.edu
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow - Sad News
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID:
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>I am sadden to hear of Deborah’s passing, and may she rest in peace.
>
>Kimberly Linzy
>Assistant Operations Manager/Music Director
>KUNV 91.5
>4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
>Stop - 2010
>Las Vegas, Nevada  89154-2010
>(702) 895-0066
>kim.linzy at unlv.edu
>http://kunv.unlv.edu/streaming.htm (Listen Online)
>
>
>
>
>From:       Lois Gilbert <jazz at jazzcorner.com>
>To:         jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Date:       10/30/2010 04:53 PM
>Subject:    Re: [JPL] Deborah Lewow - Sad News
>Sent by:    jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
>
>
>
>
>  I'm very sad to hear this news.  Deborah was a very special woman.
>
>
>Lois Gilbert
>lois at jazzcorner.com
>
>Please note new address:
>70 West 95th St. #3F
>New York, NY 10025
>
>www.jazzcorner.com
>www.jazzvideos.net
>917-686-8210
>Skype: jazzcorner2
>
>
>On Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 5:57 PM, <onthebeach at aol.com> wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > dear folks: the jazz community has lost another wonderful spirit, another
> > jazz warrior, and a wonderful woman...
> >
> >
> >               Longtime Warner Sister and GRP Queen, Deborah Lewow, lost
>her
> > battle with ALS this morning.
> >
> >
> >               Her birthday would have been Nov 3rd and Team Lewow is
> > walking in the Georgia ALS Walk on Nov 6th, which will now be in her
>memory.
> >
> >
> >                loved and respected by so many, she will be missed.
> >
> >
> >
> > the sky is crying
> >
> >
> > ricky schultz
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > --
> >
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>Message: 25
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 18:06:45 -0400
>From: "Pete Bruinsma" <pete at grcmc.org>
>Subject: [JPL] WYCE jazz tracking
>To: <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID:
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>Spins   Artist  Album   Label
>10      GLENIOUS INNER PLANET, THE      The Glenious Inner Planet
>Blue Bamboo Music
>9       THE BAD PLUS    Never Stop      E1 Entertainment
>7       LIZZ WRIGHT     Fellowship      Verve Forecast
>7       HOUSTON PERSON  Moment to Moment        HighNote
>6       (various artists)       Selections From CTI Records: The Cool
>Revolution      Sony
>6       STEVE TALAGA    Heartside Sketches      Independent
>5       ORGONE  The Killion Vaults      UBIQUITY RECORDS
>4       BUDOS BAND, THE III     Daptone Records
>4       COCHEMEA GASTELUM       The Electric Sound of Johnny Arrow
>RED GENERAL CATALOG
>4       KORA BAND       Cascades        OA2 Records
>4       BETTYE LAVETTE  Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook
>ANTI
>4       SPANISH HARLEM ORCHESTRA        Viva La Tradicion       Concord
>Records
>4       ESPERANZA SPALDING      Chamber Music Society   Heads Up
>3       STANTON MOORE   Groove Alchemy  Telarc
>3       TOUBAB KREWE    TK2     Nat Geo Music
>3       STANLEY CLARKE  The Stanley Clarke Band Heads Up
>3       GREAT LAKES ART MUSIC ENSEMBLE  Latin Dance Project     White
>Pine Music
>3       THE DEAD KENNY G'S      Bewildered Herd n/a
>3       KENNY BURRELL   Be Yourself     HighNote
>3       JASON ADASIEWICZ        Sun Rooms       Delmark
>3       NEGRONI'S TRIO  Just Three      Mojito
>3       CURTIS FULLER   I Will Tell Her Capri
>3       BILL FRISELL    Beautiful Dreamers      Savoy Label Group
>
>New Adds
>2       LEVIN~PETE      Jump!   Independent
>2       HINES~PAMELA    Moon Germs      Spice Rack
>2       EITHER ORCHESTRA~THE    Mood Music for Time Travellers  Accurate
>2       LAKE STREET DIVE        Lake Street Dive        Signature Sounds
>2       HUBBARD~FREDDIE Lake Street Dive        Masterworks Jazz
>
>Pete Bruinsma
>Music Director
>88.1 FM WYCE
>711 Bridge NW
>Grand Rapids MI 49504
>(616) 459-4788 x110
>www.WYCE.org
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 26
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 18:10:07 -0400
>From: David Eisenman <davideisenman at hotmail.com>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist: WTJU Jazz 11/04/10
>To: Jazz Progammers List <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID: <SNT112-W5160D0A11BF563136BB670A7480 at phx.gbl>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="Windows-1252"
>
>
>     WTJU 91.1FM, Charlottesville, VA
>     Community Supported, Non-profit Radio of 
> The University of Virginia
>     Jazz Spins w/e 11/04/10
>     Jazz Music Director: David Eisenman
>     Station Phone: 434-243-8833
>     email: davideisenman at hotmail.com
>
>Spins    Artist    Album    Label
>     New Adds: NP new promotional; SA station acquired
>NP    William Parker    Live At UVA Chapel    self produced
>NP    Paquito D'Rivera    Panamericana Suite    MCG Jazz
>NP    Hilary Kole    You Are There    Justin Time
>NP    Scanner With The Post Modern Jazz 
>Quartet    Blink Of An Eye    Thirsty Ear
>NP    Bill O'Connell    Rhapsody in Blue    Challenge
>NP    First Flight    Sky Tunes    self produced
>NP    Michael Zsoldos    Off The Cuff    NBJ Music
>NP    Dan Block    From His World to Mine    Miles High
>NP    Jim Allard    The Wait    Altimeter
>NP    Eero Koivistoinen    3rd Version    Porter
>NP    Greg Ruby    Look Both Ways    4 Culture
>NP    Various Artists    California Concert: The 
>Hollywood Palladium     CTI Records
>
>4    The Tiptons    Strange Flower    Zipa/ Spoot
>3    Dave Holland & Pepe Habichuela    Hands    Dare2
>3    The SFJazz Collective    Live 2010: The Works Of Horace Silver    SFJazz
>3    Bobby Watson    The Gate's BBQ Suite    self produced
>3    The Cookers    Warriors    JLP
>3    Charles Lloyd    Mirror    ECM
>3    Pearl Django    System D    Modern Hot Records
>3    Scott Colley    Empire    CamJazz
>3    The Either/Orchestra    Mood Music For Time Travellers    Accurate
>3    Steve Turre    Delicious And Delightful    HighNote
>2    Henry Threadgill    This Brings Us To, Vol. II    Pi Recordings
>2    Jovino Santos Neto    See The Sound    Adventure
>2    Pete Levin    Jump!    self produced
>2    Matt Savage    Welcome Home    Savage
>2    Henry Threadgill    The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings    Mosaic
>2    Nels Cline    Dirty Baby    Cryptogramophone
>2    Cyrus Chestnut    Journeys    JLP
>2    Houston Person    Moment To Moment    HighNote
>2    The Clayton Brothers    The New Song And Dance    ArtistShare
>2    Taylor Eigsti    Daylight At Midnight    Concord
>2    Jared Gold    Out Of Line    Posi-Tone
>2    The Kora Band    Cascades    OA2
>2    Various Artists    The Cool Revolution    CTI Records
>2    Ben Goldberg    Go Home    Bag
>2    Tin Hat    Foreign Legion    Bag
>2    The Spanish Harlem Orchestra    Viva La Tradición    Concord
>2    Rudresh Mahanthappa & Bunky Green    Apex    Pi Recordings
>2    Oregon    In Stride    CamJazz
>2    Avishai Cohen    Introducing Triveni    Anzic
>2    Myron Walden    Countryfied    self produced
>2    Joey DeFrancesco    Never Can Say Goodbye    HighNote
>2    Billy Bang    Prayer For Peace    TUM
>2    The Bad Plus    Never Stop    EmArcy
>2    Paquito D'Rivera    Tango Jazz    Sunnyside
>2    Frank Kimbrough/Joe Locke    Verrazano Moon    OmniTone
>2    Randy Brecker    The Avatar Sessions: The 
>Music Of Tim Hagans    Fuzzy Music
>2    Vijay Iyer    Solo    ACT
>1    David S. Ware    Onecept    Aum
>1    Freddy Cole    Freddy Cole Sings Mr. B    HighNote
>1    Scott Amendola    Lift    Sazi
>1    Mario Pavone    Arc Suite T/Pi T/Po    Playscape
>1    Luis Bonilla    Twilight    Planet Arts
>1    Mike Marshall    An Adventure    Adventure
>1    Yeahwon Shin    Yeahwon     ArtistShare
>1    Matt Haimovitz    Meeting Of The Spirits    Oxingale
>1    Wide Hive Players    Players II Guitar    Wide Hive
>1    Daniel Amat    Bilbao la Habana y Vuelta    self produced
>1    Lauren Hooker    Life Of The Music    Miles High
>1    Jason Adasiewicz    Sun Rooms    Delmark
>1    Hot Club Of Hulaville    DJango Would Go!    Hulaville
>1    Arthur Lipner & Nanny Assis    Brasilian Vibes    MalletWorks
>1    Exploding Star Orchestra    Stars Have Shapes    Delmark
>1    Andy Farber    This Could Be The Start Of Something Big    BWR
>1    One O'Clock Lab Band    Lab 2010    North Texas Jazz
>1    Dan Adler    Back To The Bridge    self produced
>1    Carl Fischer    Adverse Times    FishMusic
>1    Albert Rivera    Inner Peace    Turnaround
>1    Brad Goode    Tight Like This    Delmark
>1    Marc Ribot    Silent Movies    Pi Recordings
>1    Enrico Pieranunzi    Live At Birdland    CamJazz
>1    Milton Suggs    Things To Come    Skiptone
>1    Eli Degibri    Israeli Song    Anzic
>1    Anne Mironchik    Cookin' In The Kitchen    self produced
>1    The Mason Brothers    Two Sides, One Story    Archival
>1    Jose Negroni    Just Three    Mojito
>1    Denise Donatelli    When Lights Are Low    HighNote
>1    Benjamin Herman    Hypochristmastreefuzz    Roach
>1    Lisa Mezzacappa    What Is Known    Clean Feed
>1    Dan Willis    The Satie Project    Dawood Drive
>1    Sandro Albert    Vertical    Dawood Drive
>1    Steve Raegele    Last Century    Songlines
>1    Darrell Katz    A Wallflower In The Amazon    Accurate
>1    George Brooks    Spirit And Spice    Earth Brother
>1    Issac Delgado    Love    Calle54
>1    Miles Davis    Bitches Brew (Legacy Edition)    Columbia
>1    Richie Beirach    Quest For Freedom    Sunnyside
>1    Tom Rizzo    Imaginary Numbers    Origin
>1    Ted Rosenthal    Impromptu    Playscape
>1    Dave Liebman    Live
 As Always    MAMA
>1    Dave Bass    Gone    self produced
>1    Doug Webb    Midnight    Posi-Tone
>1    Dan Willis    Velvet Gentlemen    OmniTone
>1    Mauricio De Souza    Here, There    Pulsa
>
>
>David Eisenman
>
>Jazz & Blues Director
>
>WTJU FM
>
>PO Box 400811
>
>University of Virginia
>
>Charlottesville, VA 22904-4811
>
>web: wtju.net
>
> >>now webcasting<<
>
>jazz director's call line: 434-243-8833
>
>station phone: 434-924-0885
>
>station fax: 434-924-8996
>
>email: davideisenman at hotmail.com
>
>For Express Delivery:
>
>WTJU Studios
>
>2nd Floor, Lambeth Commons
>
>Emmet Street
>
>University of Virginia
>
>Charlottesville, VA 22904
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 27
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 15:15:23 -0700
>From: Arturo Gomez <arturo at kuvo.org>
>Subject: [JPL] Travel with KUVO/KVJZ to Havana Jazz Festival-2010
>To: "jazzproglist at jazzweek. com (jazzproglist at jazzweek.com)"
>         <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID:
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>jazz89KUVO/KVJZ Emissaries of Jazz Trip to CUBA
>
>Travel to Cuba with KUVO/KVJZ Dec. 10-18, 2010
>KUVO Presents Research and Education Jazz, Music & Culture in Cuba
>
>Trip includes: 8-night stay at the Hotel Habana 
>Libre w/daily breakfast included; Miami/Havana 
>r/t air, departure taxes, visa, airport/hotel 
>transfer, health insurance, and group dinner at 
>El Ajibe Restaurant. Plus, Jazz Plaza International Jazz Festival!
>
>
>
>Featuring: Conversations with music expert and 
>UC-Cuba President, Raúl Fernandez; Ballet 
>Folklórico Nacional de Cuba; El Callejón de 
>Hammel; jazz at the La Zorra y El Cuervo, and 
>The Jazz Café; Boleros, Son and other 
>traditional music on the roof-top of the 
>historic Hotel Sevilla; afternoon music 
>performance at the Museo de la Música; Buena 
>Vista-style son group at the Café Beny Moré in 
>Old Havana; chamber music at the San Francisco 
>Basilica; museums and much more!!!
>
>Trip Phone: 951-544-0571 Fax: 303-291-0757 E-mail: amaliac at sbcglobal.net
>Attn: KUVO CUBA TRIP
>P.O. Box 2040
>Denver, CO
>jazz89KUVO/KVJZ
>Emissaries of Jazz Trip to CUBA
>
>
>j
>
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 28
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 15:45:04 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Gregory L Fisher <jazzviews at yahoo.com.au>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist: "Jazz on the Terrace" * Wednesday November
>         3rd *   Radio Adelaide 101.5FM
>To: Yellow Dog <jazzproglist at jazzweek.com>
>Message-ID: <34757.48862.qm at web53007.mail.re2.yahoo.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8
>
>This is my playlist for "Jazz on the Terrace" 
>Wednesday, November 3rd, heard on Radio Adelaide 101.5FM (Australia) at Noon.
>
>Many thanks to those who continue to support 
>great Jazz being heard in this part of the globe.
>
>Greg Fisher
>for Radio Adelaide 101.5 FM
>streaming live 24/7 at http://www.radio.adelaide.edu.au/listenonline
>Check out our Jazz Blog @ http://www.radio.adelaide.edu.au/jazz
>And Radio Adelaide Jazz tweets at http://twitter.com/JazzProg1015
>
>Wednesday 3/11/2010 Jazz On The Terrace Radio Adelaide 101.5FM
>Artiste / CD Title / Track Title / Label
>Charlie Christian / Swing To Bop / Solo Flight / Marshall Cavendish
>The Mills Brothers / 1931-1934 / Fiddlin' Joe / Giants Of Jazz
>Lionel Hampton / Essential Masters Of Jazz / Flying Home / Proper Records
>Connie Evingson / Gypsy In My Soul / I'm Confessin' / Minnihaha Records
>Pearl Django / Systeme D / Ain't Misbehavin' / Modern Hot Records
>Kristin Korb / In The Meantime / Love Walked In / Double K Music
>* Don Burrows / Jazz Bros: A Retrospective / Don't Contact Us / Pickwick - ABC
>Frank Sinatra / Sinatra & Company / Wave / Universal
>Dr Lonnie Smith / Spiral / I've Never Been In Love Before / Palmetto Records
>Cyrus Chestnut Trio / Journeys / Lover / Jazz Legacy Productions
>Phil Hawkins & Ensemble / Sugarcane Suite / 
>Seven Steps To Heaven / P.Note Music
>Steve Davis / Eloquence / Road Song / Jazz Legacy Productions
>
>* denotes Australian artist(s) on recording.
>Presenter: Greg Fisher
>
>
>
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Message: 29
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 19:32:06 -0400
>From: "Dr. Jazz" <drjazz at drjazz.com>
>Subject: [JPL] It is YOUR responsibility
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <4CCF4DF6.30103 at drjazz.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed
>
>Tomorrow is Election Day.  As an American, it is your responsibility to
>VOTE!!
>-Dr.
>
>--
>Dr. Jazz
>Dr. Jazz Operations
>24270 Eastwood
>Oak Park, MI  48237
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>Message: 30
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2010 23:15:57 -0400 (EDT)
>From: "George Thomas" <jazz at vpr.net>
>Subject: [JPL] Playlist-Jazz with George Thomas with Sippie Wallace,
>         Lou Donaldson, Roger Kellaway for Monday, 11/01/10
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Cc: georgeharpthomas at hotmail.com
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>Jazz with George Thomas with Sippie Wallace, Lou Donaldson, Roger Kellaway
>for Monday, 11/01/10
>
>We celebrate the birthday of composer, pianist & vocalist Sippie Wallace,
>who recorded in the 1920's, took a 40 year hiatus from performing and then
>had a revival in the 1960's until her death in 1986. She had a major
>influence on Bonnie Raitt. We also celebrate the birthdays of alto
>saxophonist Lou Donaldsonand pianist Roger Kellaway.
>
>Playlist
>
>9:00pm
>Autumn Nocturne
>Artist Name     Lou Donaldson
>Composer        J. Myrow, K. Gannon
>Soloists        Lou Donaldson-Alto Sax ; Herman Foster-Piano
>CD/Album        The Complete Blue Note Lou Donaldson Sessions 1957-60
>Record co./Cat #        Mosaic 6-215
>Release Year    1958
>Note    Birthday: Lou Donaldson 11.1.1926
>
>9:06pm
>Lover Come Back To Me
>Artist Name     Cassandra Wilson
>Composer        O. Hammerstein II, S, Romberg
>Soloists        Cassandra Wilson-Vocals ; Jonathan Batiste-Piano ; Marvin
>Sewell-Guitar
>CD/Album        Silver Pony
>Record co./Cat #        Blue Note Records 29752 2
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>9:12pm
>The Witching Hour
>Artist Name     Russell Malone
>Composer        Quincy Jones
>Soloists        Russell Malone-Guitar
>CD/Album        Triple Play
>Record co./Cat #        MaxJazz 607
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>9:19pm
>If I Had You
>Artist Name     Art Blakey Quintet
>Composer        Shapiro, Campbell, Connelly
>Soloists        Lou Donaldson-Alto Sax ; Art Blakey-Drums ; Clifford
>Brown-Trumpet ; Horace Silver-Piano
>CD/Album        A Night At Birdland, Volume 2
>Record co./Cat #        Blue Note Records 46520-2
>Release Year    1954
>Note    Birthday: Lou Donaldson 11.1.1926
>
>9:26pm
>You Got To Know How
>Artist Name     Sippie Wallace
>Composer        Sippie Wallace
>Soloists        Sippie Wallace-Vocals ; Little Brother Montgomery-Piano
>CD/Album        Women Be Wise
>Record co./Cat #        Alligator Records 4810
>Release Year    1966
>Note    Birthday: Sippie Wallace 11.1.1898
>
>9:29pm
>Special Delivery Blues
>Artist Name     Sippie Wallace
>Composer        Sippie Wallace
>Soloists        Sippie Wallace-Vocals
>CD/Album        The Blues Volume 1
>Record co./Cat #        The Smithsonian Collection Of Recordings 101
>Release Year    1926
>Note    Birthday: Sippie Wallace 11.1.1898
>
>9:31pm
>Women Be Wise
>Artist Name     Sippie Wallace
>Composer        Sippie Wallace
>Soloists        Sippie Wallace-Vocals ; Little Brother Montgomery-Piano
>CD/Album        Women Be Wise
>Record co./Cat #        Alligator Records 4810
>Release Year    1966
>Note    Birthday: Sippie Wallace 11.1.1898
>
>9:37pm
>St. Thomas
>Artist Name     Sonny Rollins
>Composer        Sonny Rollins
>Soloists        Sonny Rollins-Tenor Sax ; Tommy 
>Flanagan-Piano ; Max Roach-Drums
>CD/Album        Saxophone Colossus
>Record co./Cat #        Prestige 8105-2
>Release Year    1956
>Note    All Saints Day
>
>9:45pm
>Lover
>Artist Name     Cyrus Chestnut Trio
>Composer        Rodgers & Hart
>Soloists        Cyrus Chestnut-Piano
>CD/Album        Journeys
>Record co./Cat #        Jazz Legacy Productions 1001011
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>9:52pm
>I Didn't Know About You / All Too Soon
>Artist Name     Jane Monheit
>Composer        Duke Ellington, Bob Russell / Duke Ellington, Carl Sigman
>Soloists        Jane Monheit-Vocals ; Mark O' Connor-Violin ; Frank
>Vignola-Guitar ; Michael Kanin-Piano
>CD/Album        Home
>Record co./Cat #        EmArcy B0014700-02
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>10:00pm
>New Orleans
>Artist Name     Roger Kellaway
>Composer        Hoagy Carmichael
>Soloists        Roger Kellaway-Piano
>CD/Album        Live At Maybeck Recital Hall
>Record co./Cat #        Concord Jazz 4470
>Release Year    1991
>Note    Birthday: Roger Kellaway 11.1.1939
>
>10:09pm
>November
>Artist Name     Catherine Russell
>Composer        Paul Kahn
>Soloists        Catherine Russell-Vocals
>CD/Album        Inside This Heart Of Mine
>Record co./Cat #        World Village 468092
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>10:13pm
>Alligator Bogaloo
>Artist Name     Lou Donaldson
>Composer        Lou Donaldson
>Soloists        Lou Donaldson-Alto Sax ; George Benson-Guitar ; Lonnie
>Smith-Organ
>CD/Album        Alligator Bogaloo
>Record co./Cat #        Blue Note Records 84263-2
>Release Year    1967
>Note    Birthday: Lou Donaldson 11.1.1926
>
>10:22pm
>Say A Little Prayer
>Artist Name     Louis Hayes Jazz Communicators
>Composer        Burt Bacharach
>Soloists        Louis Hayes-Drums ; Mulgrew 
>Miller-Piano ; Santi DeBriano-Bass ;
>Steve Nelson-Vibes ; Abraham Burton-Tenor Sax
>CD/Album        Lou's Idea
>Record co./Cat #        American Showplace Music 22662
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>10:29pm
>C Jam Blues
>Artist Name     Roger Kellaway
>Composer        Duke Ellington
>Soloists        Roger Kellaway-Piano ; Russell Malone-Guitar ; Stefon
>Harris-Vibes ; Jay Leonhart-Bass ; Borislav Strulev-Cello
>CD/Album        Live At Jazz Standard
>Record co./Cat #        IPO Recordings 1014
>Release Year    2008
>Note    Birthday: Roger Kellaway 11.1.1939
>
>10:41pm
>Blues Walk
>Artist Name     Lou Donaldson
>Composer        Lou Donaldson
>Soloists        Lou Donaldson-Alto Sax ; Herman Foster-Piano
>CD/Album        Blues Walk
>Record co./Cat #        Blue Note Records 7 46252-2
>Release Year    1958
>Note    Birthday: Lou Donaldson 11.1.1926
>
>10:48pm
>Lush Life
>Artist Name     Hilary Kole
>Composer        Billy Strayhorn
>Soloists        Hilary Kole-Vocals ; Kenny Barron-Piano
>CD/Album        You Are There
>Record co./Cat #        Justin Time 8561-2
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
>10:55pm
>Do I Love You
>Artist Name     Russell Malone
>Composer        Cole Porter
>Soloists        Russell Malone-Guitar
>CD/Album        Triple Play
>Record co./Cat #        MaxJazz 607
>Release Year    2010
>Note    New
>
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>Message: 31
>Date: Tue, 02 Nov 2010 00:12:54 -0400
>From: Paul Combs <pcomb at comcast.net>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Travel with KUVO/KVJZ to Havana Jazz Festival-2010
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <4CCF8FC6.5050502 at comcast.net>
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>Wow! I wish my schedule were such that I could go. Congratulations on
>pulling this together.
>
>On 11/1/10 6:15 PM, Arturo Gomez wrote:
> > jazz89KUVO/KVJZ Emissaries of Jazz Trip to CUBA
> >
> > Travel to Cuba with KUVO/KVJZ Dec. 10-18, 2010
> > KUVO Presents Research and Education Jazz, Music&  Culture in Cuba
> >
> > Trip includes: 8-night stay at the Hotel 
> Habana Libre w/daily breakfast included; 
> Miami/Havana r/t air, departure taxes, visa, 
> airport/hotel transfer, health insurance, and 
> group dinner at El Ajibe Restaurant. Plus, Jazz 
> Plaza International Jazz Festival!
> >
> >
> >
> > Featuring: Conversations with music expert 
> and UC-Cuba President, Raúl Fernandez; Ballet 
> Folklórico Nacional de Cuba; El Callejón de 
> Hammel; jazz at the La Zorra y El Cuervo, and 
> The Jazz Café; Boleros, Son and other 
> traditional music on the roof-top of the 
> historic Hotel Sevilla; afternoon music 
> performance at the Museo de la Música; Buena 
> Vista-style son group at the Café Beny Moré in 
> Old Havana; chamber music at the San Francisco 
> Basilica; museums and much more!!!
> >
> > Trip Phone: 951-544-0571 Fax: 303-291-0757 E-mail: amaliac at sbcglobal.net
> > Attn: KUVO CUBA TRIP
> > P.O. Box 2040
> > Denver, CO
> > jazz89KUVO/KVJZ
> > Emissaries of Jazz Trip to CUBA
> >
> >
> > j
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>Message: 32
>Date: Tue, 02 Nov 2010 00:43:02 -0400
>From: TomtheJazzman <tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [JPL] Travel with KUVO/KVJZ to Havana Jazz Festival-2010
>To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
>Message-ID: <4CCF96D6.2070202 at embarqmail.com>
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>What about costs?
>
>On 11/1/2010 6:15 PM, Arturo Gomez wrote:
> > jazz89KUVO/KVJZ Emissaries of Jazz Trip to CUBA
> >
> > Travel to Cuba with KUVO/KVJZ Dec. 10-18, 2010
> > KUVO Presents Research and Education Jazz, Music&  Culture in Cuba
> >
> > Trip includes: 8-night stay at the Hotel 
> Habana Libre w/daily breakfast included; 
> Miami/Havana r/t air, departure taxes, visa, 
> airport/hotel transfer, health insurance, and 
> group dinner at El Ajibe Restaurant. Plus, Jazz 
> Plaza International Jazz Festival!
> >
> >
> >
> > Featuring: Conversations with music expert 
> and UC-Cuba President, Raúl Fernandez; Ballet 
> Folklórico Nacional de Cuba; El Callejón de 
> Hammel; jazz at the La Zorra y El Cuervo, and 
> The Jazz Café; Boleros, Son and other 
> traditional music on the roof-top of the 
> historic Hotel Sevilla; afternoon music 
> performance at the Museo de la Música; Buena 
> Vista-style son group at the Café Beny Moré in 
> Old Havana; chamber music at the San Francisco 
> Basilica; museums and much more!!!
> >
> > Trip Phone: 951-544-0571 Fax: 303-291-0757 E-mail: amaliac at sbcglobal.net
> > Attn: KUVO CUBA TRIP
> > P.O. Box 2040
> > Denver, CO
> > jazz89KUVO/KVJZ
> > Emissaries of Jazz Trip to CUBA
> >
> >
> > j
> >
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> >
> >
> >
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