[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI Jazz w/Jeff Duperon 04/01/2011

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon Apr 4 09:32:34 EDT 2011


WRTI Jazz w/Jeff Duperon

Friday, 6pm-10pm 

PLAYLIST
04/01/2011

Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label

 

6PM                  

Elle, John Beasley, Positootly!, Resonance Records

CONVERSATION: John Beasley

Hope...Arkansas, John Beasley, Positootly!, Resonance Records

Peaceful Place, Bruce Barth Trio, Live at Smalls, Smalls Live

Freedom Trane, Jessica Williams Trio, Freedom Trane, Origin Records

Blue Monk, Eric Reed, The Dancing Monk, Savant

In Walked Bud, Eldar Djangirov, Three Stories, Sony

7PM

With A Single Step, Brian Lynch and Spheres of Influence, ConClave vol. 2,
Criss Cross Jazz

Radio Improved, The Lee Secard Baritone Quintet, Radio Improved, NoHo Music

At Any Hour, The Lee Secard Baritone Quintet, Radio Improved, NoHo Music

CONVERSATION: Winston Byrd

Byrd's Night Out, Winston Byrd, Soul Searchin', D.Y.P.

Peggy's Blue Skylight, The Lee Secard Baritone Quintet, Radio Improved, NoHo
Music

8PM

...and the Angels Sing, Winston Byrd, Soul Searchin', D.Y.P.

Grand Central, The Lee Secard Baritone Quintet, Radio Improved, NoHo Music

The View From There, The Lee Secard Baritone Quintet, Radio Improved, NoHo
Music

A Night In Tunisia, The Lee Secard Baritone Quintet, Radio Improved, NoHo
Music

9PM

Class Dismissed, Kenny Werner, Balloons, Half Note

BYOB, Korey Riker, Prehumous, Riker's Island Records

Jackie-ing, Ben Allison, Action-Refraction, Palmetto Records

Jaya, Ambrose Akinmusire, When The Heart Emerges Glistening, Blue Note

People on the Hill, The Carlos Abadie Quintet, Immersed In The Quest, Vol.
1, Pursuance Records

Stizzozo, Stacy Dillard, Good and Bad Memories, Criss Cross Jazz

 

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