[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon 11/20/2010

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Fri Nov 26 16:18:50 EST 2010


WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon

Saturday, 6PM-9PM

PLAYLIST
11/20/2010

Song Title/Artist/CD-LP Title/ Label

 

6PM

Birdlike, Freddie Hubbard, Ready For Freddie, Blue Note

Dance Music, Anthony Branker & Ascent, Dance Music, Origin Records

Unity, Tarbaby, The End of Fear, Posi-Tone

JL's Blues (Every Night and Every Day), Milton Suggs, Things To Come,
Skiptone Music

Soul Brother, Hannibal Peterson, Hannibal, MPS Records

Moontrane, Ralph Peterson's Unity Project, Outer Reaches, Onyx Music

7PM

Loose Wig, Randy Weston and his African Rhythms Sextet, The Storyteller,
Motema

Wig Loose, Randy Weston and his African Rhythms Sextet, The Storyteller,
Motema

Heavy On The Sauce, Bobby Watson, The Gates BBQ Suite, Lafiya Music

Chicago Bop Steppin', Clayton Brother, The New Song and Dance, Artist Share

Watching The River Flow, Steve Gadd and Friends, Live at Voce, BFM Jazz

At The House, In Da Pocket, The Marsalis Family, Music Redeems, Marsalis
Music

In Case You Missed It, Bobby Watson & Horizon, Post Motown Bop, Blue Note

8PM

Croquet Ballet, Lee Morgan, The Last Sessions, Blue Note

Henya, Walter Smith III, III, Criss Cross Jazz

Candy, Tony Guerrero, Blue Room, Charleston Square Recordings

The City Is Alive, Matt Savage, Welcome Home, Savage Records

6/8, Kevin Eubanks, Zen Food, Mack Avenue Records

Forty Days and Forty Nights, Cassandra Wilson, Silver Pony, Blue Note

Butch and Butch, Russell Malone, Triple Play, Max Jazz

Dance of the Gazelles, Steve Turre, Delicious and Delightful, High Note

 

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Jeff Duperon

 

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