They’ve got all the classic tracks performed by all the classic jazz masters, check out the playlist and enjoy the mix…
…as we broadcast live from our remote outpost out here off of I-20 in Atlanta; still getting breakbeat scientific!!
1. Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) – Oscar Peterson Trio
2. The Girl From Ipanema – Oscar Peterson
3. Bags’ Groove – Oscar Peterson Trio
4. What Can I Say (After I Say I’m Sorry)? – The Red Garland Trio
5. Hey Now – The Red Garland Trio
6. There Will Never Be Another You – Red Garland
7. First Trip – Herbie Hancock
8. Cantaloupe Island – Herbie Hancock
9. Watermelon Man – Herbie Hancock
10. Moanin’ – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
11. Come Rain Or Come Shine – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
12. Red Pepper Blues – Art Pepper
13. Cleopatra’s Dream – Bud Powell
14. Morning Of The Carnival – Gerry Mulligan
15. Autumn Leaves – Manhattan Jazz Quintet
16. Jordu – Manhattan Jazz Quintet
17. Lands End – Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet
18. Joy Spring – Clifford Brown & Max Roach
19. Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet
20. Jacqui – J.J. Johnson
21. So Sorry Please – J.J. Johnson
22. Bag’s Groove (Take 1) – Miles Davis
23. Freddie Freeloader – Miles Davis
24. It Could Happen To You – Miles Davis
25. My Funny Valentine – The Miles Davis Quintet
Sunday Jazz Continues check these menus as we drop this meal on the masses!
We’re providing bonus coverage, out here in Babylon trying to gain leverage plus conduct these seminars and classes!Check out this classic jazz from the Sun Ra..with his Sun Ra Arkestra with a cut called India
Digital Crate Digging Continues on this Throwback Thursday, who’ll work with me on another “anything goes” night? you might hear anything!!
Due to this being a Thankful Thursday and it being a blessing to be here? we were O-Dog Day Partying earlier but we’ve got other work to do, check us out as we do our thing!
Check out these remote outpost musings, we’re back in the lab after being out in those Atlanta streets riding through remnants of Tropical Storm Nicholas but now we’re back with this providing bonus coverage but it’s par for the course!
Checking out some jazz from Freddie Hubbard with a cut called Outer Forces. This is from Mr. Hubbard’s “Blue Spirits” album, recorded at Van Gelder Studio on february 26, 1965.
This was remastered in 2004, check out the players and the track to catch the score! these cats are going in, they didn’t shuck or jive!
Sunday Jazz Continues on a rainy Sunday evening in Atlanta, we’re putting it down like this!!
A lot of people were back in church getting that good word from the preacher / pastor even though that coronavirus is still present; y’all know what the deal is!! Some churches are still virtual, the Delta variant is real so y’all be safe out there!
In the meantime and between time lets check out Richard Davis so he can tell us what the Rabbi has to say; taking it there!
This is from his album The Philosophy of the Spiritual Recorded at NYC, November, 1971 (Cobblestone)
Check out the players helping him out and the track as we “holla back”; once again it’s on!!
Sunday Jazz Continues!! We’re checking out some of this classic jazz from the Roy Haynes Quartet featuring Roland Kirk with their version of Fly Me to the Moon. Check out the players and the track. Let’s Go!!