[JPL] PLAYLIST: WRTI 'The Historical Approach to the Positive Music' w/Jeff Duperon 4/24/2011

Jeff Duperon mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com
Mon Apr 25 10:34:36 EDT 2011

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

Sunday, 8PM-Midnight 


Song Title/Artist/ CD-LP Title/ Label



Sunday, Jackie Byard, A Matter of Black and White, High Note

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

The Thing About Donald Brown, Ron Westray - Thomas Heflin, live from Austin,
Blue Canoe Records

I Just Can't See For Lookin', Monty Alexander, Uplift, Jazz Legacy

Lana Turner, Terell Stafford, This Side of Strayhorn, Max Jazz

Dewey Square, Joe Lovano, Us Five Bird Songs, Blue Note


Touch & Go, Laura Kahle, Circular, Dark Key Music

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

CONVERSATION: Mike Boone & Greg Matthews


Monk's Dream, Robert Hurst, Unrehurst, Volume 2, Bebob Records

Convergencias, Venissa Santi, Bienvenida, Sunnyside

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

The Answer Is Yes, Jim Hall, Concierto, CTI

Baden, Nilson Matta & Roni Ben-Hur, Mojave, Motema

Samba de Solo, Wayne Goins, Chronicles of Carmela..., Little Apple Records


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

Imagination, Rene Marie, Voice of My Beautiful Country, Motema

Just My Imagination, Rene Marie, Voice of My Beautiful Country, Motema

By The Time I Get To Phoenix, 'Papa' John DeFrancesco, A Philadelphia Story,

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

1981, Joshua Redman-Aaron Parks-Matt Penman-Eric Harland, James Farm,

Steppin' Out, Kurt Elling, The Gate, Concord Jazz

The Sound of Joy, Mark O'Conner, Suspended Reality, OA2 Records


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Jeff Duperon


mrjazzjr at sprintmail.com



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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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