[JPL] Playlist from KSJS-FM, San Jose for the Week of 2-13-11

Bradley Stone stonebradley1 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 14 19:57:50 EST 2011


*KSJS-FM, **San Jose**, CA***

*Jazz Playlist for the Week of 2-13-11*

*Reporting to JazzWeek*





*Interviewed Artist, on “Straight No Chaser”, Sundays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.,
with Mike Schwartz:*

*Noah Preminger, featuring “Before the Rain”, Palmetto – 2/13*

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*Interviewed Artists, on “The Creative Source”, Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
with Brad Stone:*

*Tom Luer, featuring “Project Popular”, Origin – 2/13*

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*Adds:*

Marty Williams – Long Time Comin’ – In Moon Bay – 2/13

Phil DeGreg – Amazonas – Prevenient – 2/13

The DeFrancesco Brothers – Joey & Johnny – Vectordisc – 2/13

Jeremy Pelt – The Talented Mr. Pelt – HighNote – 2/13

Doug Webb – Renovations – Positone – 2/13

New York Electric Piano – Keys to the City, Vols. 1 & 2 – Buffalo Puppy –
2/13

Chad McCullough/Michal Vaňouček – The Sky Cries – Origin – 2/13



*Heavy Rotation**:*

Omar Hakim/Rachel Z – The Trio of Oz – OZmosis – 2/6

Alon Nechushtan – Words Beyond – Buckyball – 2/6

Robert Hurst – Bob Ya Head – Bebob – 2/6

Marcus Shelby Orchestra – Soul of the Movement – Porto Franco – 1/23

Matija Dedic Trio – MD in NYC – Origin – 1/23

Roxy Coss – Roxy Coss – Roxy Coss – 1/23

Tom Luer – Project Popular – Origin – 1/23

Mason Brothers – Two Sides One Story – Archival – 1/23

Patrick Butler – Transcender – M.M.O.S. – 1/23

Matt Savage – Welcome Home – Savage – 1/9

Bob Sheppard – Close Your Eyes – BFM – 1/9

Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet – To Hear From There – Patois – 1/9

Peter Paulsen Quintet – Goes Without Saying – Square Peg Works – 1/2

Ehud Asherie – Organic – Positone – 1/2

Shawn Bell Quintet – Things Yet Unknown – Shawn Bell Music – 1/2

Wil Swindler’s Eleventet – Universe B – OA2 – 1/2

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*Medium Rotations:*

*Mainstream:*

Ernestine Anderson – Nightlife – HighNote – 2/6

Grace Kelly/Phil Woods – Man With The Hat – PAZZ - 2/6

Dave Miller Trio – Rapture – Summit – 1/23

Marty Nau Group – Mood Ebony – Summit – 1/23

Jazzvox – In Your Own Backyard – OA2 – 1/23

Bob Szainer – On the Bench in the Zone – Quixotic – 1/23

Luther Hughes and the Cannonball-Coltrane Project – Things are Getting
Better – Primrose – 1/23

Doug MacDonald Trio – It’s A Blue World – Blujazz – 1/9

Suzanne Pittson – Out of the Hub – Vineland – 1/9

Louis Hayes Jazz Communications – Lou’s Idea – American Showplace – 1/9

Brad Goode – Tight Like This – Delmark – 1/9

Oleg Frish and the Patrick Williams Big Band – Bring Me Sunshine – Time Out
Media – 1/9

Lou Caputo – Not So Big Band – JazzCat47 – 1/2

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*Progressive:*

Fred Ho – Year of the Tiger – Innova – 2/6

Peter Scherr – Son of August – 1 Hr Music – 2/6

Jacques Coursil – Trails of Tears – Sunnyside – 1/23

André/Tokar/Kugel – Varpai – Nemu – 1/23

Plunge – Tin Fish Tango – Immersion – 1/23

Walter/Halvorson/Evans – Electric Fruit – Thirsty Ear – 1/23

Undivided – The Passion – Multi Kulti Project – 1/23

Exploding Star Orchestra – Stars Have Shapes – Delmark – 1/23

Mr. Ho’s Orchestrotica – The Unforgettable Sounds of Equivel – Tiki – 1/23

William Parker Organ Quartet – Uncle Joe’s Spirit House – Centering – 1/9

Jonathan Kriesberg – Shadowless – Here For Now Music – 1/9

Jane Ira Bloom – Wingwalker – Outline – 1/9

JazzFolk – Jazz in the Stone Age – 1 Hr Music – 1/9

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*Blues:*

Larry Taylor - They were in this House - Wolf - 2/7

Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues - Rounder - 2/7

The Sugar Prophets - The Sugar Prophets - Just One Teaspoon - 2/7

Rich Del Grosso/John Del Toro Richardson - Time Slips on By - Mandolin Blues
- 2/7

Damon Fowler - Devil Got His Way - Blind Pig - 1/17

Popa Chubby - The Essential - Blind Pig - 1/17

Todd Wolfe - Live - American Home Ent. - 1/17

Roomful of Blues - Hook, Line & Sinker - Alligator - 1/17

Richie Rich - From the Streets - Chitown Music - 1/17

Mark Nomad - Soul Proprieter - Blue Star - 1/3

Teresa James - You Know You Love It - Jesi-Lu - 1/3

Retro Deluxe - Watermelon Tea - Rinkled Rooster - 1/3

Rita Chiarelli - Sweet Paradise - ritachiarelli.com - 1/3



*World Features:*

Mark Weinstein – Jazz Brasil – Jazzheads – 2/6

Raúl Jaurena & His Tango Orchestra – Fuirza Milotiguera – Soundbrush – 1/9

The Kora Band – Cascades – OA2 – 1/2

Peter MacDonough’s The Woo – A Latin Jazz Suite for Soprano Saxophone –
12/12



*Light Airplay:*

Various – Everybody Wants To Be A Cat – Disney – 2/6

Herb Alpert & Lani Hall – I Feel You – Concord – 2/6

Joe Lovano Us Five – Bird Songs – Blue Note – 2/6

Mike DiRubbo – Chronos – Positone – 2/6

Shawn Costantino – Waltz for Anne – Shawn Costantino – 2/6

Noah Preminger – Before the Rain – Palmetto – 1/23

One Take – Volume 4 – Alma – 1/9

Gordon Lee – This Path – OA2 – 1/2

Thomas Marriott – Constraints and Liberations – Origin – 12/12

Steve Gadd and Friends – Live at Voce – BFM – 12/12

Tom Rizzo – Imaginary Numbers – Origin – 12/12

Mario Romano Quartet – Valentina – Alma – 12/5

Three As One – Decisions – Summit – 11/28

Tarbaby – The End of Fear – Positone – 11/28

Helio Alves – Musica – Jazz Legacy Productions – 11/28

Bill O’Connell – Rhapsody in Blue – Challenge – 11/28

Leslie Pintchik – We’re Here to Listen – Pintch Hard – 11/28

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*Going Recurrent**:*



*Dr. Brad Stone, Music Director and Faculty Advisor*

*KSJS 90.5 FM*

*One Washington Square***

*San Jose** State University*

*San Jose**, CA   95192-0094***

*www.ksjs.org* <http://www.ksjs.org/>**

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*Home Office:*

*Music Calls: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Wednesdays, PT*

*408-337-1655 (office)*

*email: bstone at science.sjsu.edu*

*9381 Durango Lane**, Gilroy, CA   95020***

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*Assistant Music Director for Blues:  Kevin Foley Ariente
(**Kevin at ksjs.org*<Kevin at ksjs.org>
*)*



*San Jose** is the 3rd largest city in California (behind L.A. and San
Diego) and the nation’s 10th largest city (population about 1 million), and
the San Jose/Oakland/S.F. metro area is the 4th largest in the country
(population about 6.6 million).*  *KSJS broadcasts to the greater San Jose
metropolitan* *area at 1.5 kwatts, and our signal covers the vast majority
of the Bay area’s listeners.  KSJS typically programs 15-20 hours per week
of jazz (including  blues), with regular DJs:*

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*Mike Schwartz (“Straight, No Chaser”), Sundays, 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.*

*Brad (“The Jazz Doctor”) Stone, (“The Creative Source for New Jazz and
Current Artists”), Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.*

*Kevin Foley Ariente (“Unconscious Desires”), Tuesdays, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.*

*Ramon (“Chef Ramon”) Johnson, (featuring “The Blues Café”), Fridays, 2 p.m.
to 6 p.m.*

*Andrew Ajemian, Saturdays, 2p.m. to 6 p.m.*

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*Playlists for these shows can be viewed at **www.yes.com*<http://www.yes.com/>
**

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*In addition to JazzWeek, we report to CMJ Jazz, CMJ New World and Living
Blues.*










-- 
Dr. Brad Stone
Music Director (Jazz, World, Blues) and Faculty Advisor
KSJS-FM
San Jose State University
San Jose, CA   95102-0094
Music Calls: Weds., 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., PT
(408) 337-1655


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