[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon 4/16/2011

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon Apr 18 13:00:31 EDT 2011


WRTI 'Straight Ahead' w/Jeff Duperon

Saturday, 6PM-9PM

PLAYLIST
04/16/2011

Song Title/Artist/CD-LP Title/ Label

 

6PM

Monk's Dream, Thelonious Monk, Jazz Roots: The Music of the Americas, Sony

Little Michael, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Family, Dark Key Music

Smada, Terell Stafford, This Side of Strayhorn, Max Jazz

Blues In The Closet, 'Papa' John DeFrancesco, A Philadelphia Story, Savant

Saturday Afternoon at Four, Brian Lynch, Unsung Heroes, Hollistic MusicWorks

Up The Middle, One For All, Invades Vancouver!, Cellar Live

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

7PM

Moanin', Kenny Drew, Jr. & Larry Coryell, Duality, Random Act Records

Do What You Gotta Do, Kenny Burrell, God Bless The Child, CTI

After The Flood, Anthony Wilson, Campo Belo, Goat Hill Recordings

Rock Skippin' at the Blue Note, Jim Hall, Concierto, CTI

Golden Lady, Kurt Elling, The Gate, Concord Jazz

Kenny's Hang, Wayne Goins, Chronicles of Carmela..., Little Apple Records

Gaston, The Bad Plus, Everybody Wants To Be A Cat, Walt Disney Records

8PM

White Rabbit, Rene Marie, Voice of My Beautiful Country, Motema

Soul Station, Atsuko Hashimoto, ..Until The Sun Comes Up, Capri Records

Bluebird, T.K. Blue, Latinbird, Motema

Isn't It A Lovely Day, Reeds and Deeds, Tenor Time, Criss Cross Jazz

Someday, Somehow, Soon, Lisa Hilton, Underground, Ruby Slipper Productions

When The Time Is Right, Jeremy Pelt, The Talented Mr. Pelt, High Note

Oh Snap!, Ernest Stuart, Solitary Walker, Ernest Stuart

 

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