[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'The Historical Approach to the Positive Music' w/Jeff Duperon 04/03/2011

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon Apr 4 09:34:13 EDT 2011

WRTI 'The Historical Approach to the Positive Music' w/Jeff Duperon

Sunday, 8PM-Midnight 


Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label



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

Adoration, Kevin Eubanks, Zen Food, Mack Avenue Records


The Dirty Monk, Kevin Eubanks, Zen Food, Mack Avenue Records

Summertime, Valray, Live No Fool, No Fun, Valray

CONVERSATION: Valray, Michel Beckham, Denise King


There's No Need, Stacy Dillard, Good and Bad Memories, Criss Cross Jazz

CONVERSATION: Clef Club Satin Dolls

Rise 'N' Shine, Reeds and Deeds, Tenor Time, Criss Cross Jazz

My Name is Oscar, Ambrose Akinmusire, When The Heart Emerges Glistening,
Blue Note


Household of Saud, Brian Lynch, Unsung Heroes, Hollistic MusicWorks

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

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

Slammin, The Tony Smith Quartet, Slammin at Christina, Tony Smith

David and Goliath, Jeremy Pelt, The Talented Mr. Pelt, High Note

Revolving Door, Ernest Stuart, Solitary Walker, Ernest Stuart


Blues For Mingus, Gerald Veasley, Gerald Veasley's Electric Mingus Project,
Fanwave Music Group

Drift Away, Rene Marie, Voice of My Beautiful Country, Motema

Smarty Pants Dants, The Clayton Brothers, The New Song and Dance, Artist

Captain Black, Captain Black Big Band, Captain Black Big Band, Posi-Tone

The Answer is Yes, Jim Hall, Concierto, CTI

Room For Three, Wayne Goins, Chronicles for Carmella..., Little Apple


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Jeff Duperon


mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com



"When you control a man's thinking you do not have to worry about his
actions.  You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He
will find his 'proper place' and will stay in it.  You do not need to send
him to the back door.  He will go without being told.  In fact, if there is
no back door, he will cut one for his special benefit. His education makes
it necessary." Carter G. Woodson, circa 1933


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