[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon 11/06/2010

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Tue Nov 9 17:00:22 EST 2010


WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon

Saturday, 6PM-9PM

PLAYLIST
11/06/2010

Song Title/Artist/CD-LP Title/ Label

 

Dedicated to James 'Sid' Simmons (1947-2010) All compositions listed feature
Sid on piano or keyboards

 

6PM

Rest In Peace, Mike Boone, Old Head, Dreambox Media

Days In Our Lives/Mr. Magic, Grover Washington, Jr., Live at the Bijou, Kudu

Search For Peace, Sid Simmons, Pianadelphia, Turtle Studios

New Beginning, John Blake, A New Beginning, Gramavision

Sid's Dilemma, John Swana & The Philadelphians, Philly Gumbo vol. 2, Criss
Cross Jazz

7PM

Escape From Gorki Park, Valerie Ponomarev, The Messenger, Reservoir Music

Keep The Faith, Sid Simmons-Mike Boone-Byron Landham, Keep The Faith, Imani
Records

Autumn Leaves Pt. 1, Sid Simmons-Mike Boone-Byron Landham, Keep The Faith,
Imani Records

Maracas Beach, Grover Washington, Jr., Reed Seed, Motown

The Theme, Byron Landham featuring Sid Simmons, Live at Ortlieb's Jazzhaus,
Dreambox Media

The Sweetest Sound, Hausband, Live at Ortlieb's Jazzhaus, Dreambox Media

8PM

Santa Cruzin, Grover Washington, Jr., Reed Seed, Motown

Sid's Blue, Mike Boone, Better Late Than Never, Encounter Records

Sausalito, Grover Washington, Jr., Live at the Bijou, Kudu

Old Head, John Swana & The Philadelphians, Philly Gumbo, Criss cross Jazz

We'll Be Together Again, Valerie Ponomarev, A Star For You, Reservoir Music

Stolen Moments, Grover Washington, Jr., Then and Now, Columbia

Caine Is Able, Sid Simmons-Mike Boone-Byron Landham, Keep The Faith, Imani
Records

 

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Jeff Duperon

 

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no back door, he will cut one for his special benefit. His education makes
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