[JPL] PLAYLIST: The next Jazz America on VOA

Russ Davis davispro at nyc.rr.com
Sun Jan 1 20:58:22 EST 2012

*Following is the log for the next JAZZ AMERICA program from the Voice of America, heard by a potental audience of 134 million listeners each weekend on the entertainment service MusicMix, and on the worldwide VOA service via shortwave transmission. 
*Listen to the latest Jazz America program anytime on the MOJA Radio website at www.mojaradio.com
*Hear Jazz America live online in the Eastern time zone on Saturday from Midnight-2 AM (That's 10 PM-Midnight, Friday night, Pacific time) and Sunday from 9-11 AM Eastern time (That's 6-9 AM Pacific). Listen at http://www.VOAMusicMix.Net.
*To get more info on Jazz America go to the Jazz America web site: 
*Listen on Shortwave:  1300 GMT/UTC Saturdays and Sundays 
Africa - 4.95 6.08 13.57 15.58 17.895 mhz 
Middle East and Europe - 12.005 15.53 mhz 
Asia and Pacific - 7.43 7.575 9.7 12.15 mhz 
Jazz America with Russ Davis

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email…jazzamerica at voanews.com


GROVER WASHINGTON, JR.…mister magic  (mister magic)

CARMEN LUNDY…time is love  (good morning kiss)

* Mike Rivard Interview

CLUB d’ELF…berber song (electric moroccoland)

DIZZY GILLESPE…night in tunisia (1946)

MILES DAVIS…if I were a bell (live in tokyo, 14 July 1964)

KEVIN MAHOGANY…I can’t get next to you (pride & joy)

* Mike Rivard Interview

CLUB d’ELF…propeller (so below)

JELLY ROLL MORTON…freakish (1938)


JAZZ AMERICA...SHOW #1304...7-8 JANUARY 2012

CLARK TERRY & BOB BROOKMEYER…naptown (gingerbread)

KENNY RANKIN…up from the skies (inside)

* Mike Rivard Interview

CLUB d’ELF…sand-for mark (electric moroccoland-so below)

KENNY DORHAM…afrodisia (roots of afro-cuban jazz)

JOHN COLTRANE…dakar (1957)

DIANNE REEVES…fumilayo (never too far)

* Mike Rivard Interview

CLUB d’ELF…taint too (electric moroccoland-so below)

HERBIE HANCOCK…maiden voyage (maiden voyage)


Next Week…SHOWS #1305-1306...14-15 JANUARY 2012


Join Russ Davis as he talks to two greats of the California modern jazz scene, keyboardist George

Duke and guitarist Lee Ritenour, who have helped define west coast style modern jazz since the 1960’s and who both celebrate birthdays in January.


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