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Jun. 24th, 2016


A Confederacy of Dunces (2)

I took notes on this book last December while in Michigan, but having recently visited New Orleans, I'm compelled to share a few more observations on this, my favorite novel.

A description of the uptown neighborhood where the 30-year old Ignatius lives with his mom:

"It was a neighborhood that had deteriorated from Victorian to nothing in particular, a block that had moved into the twentieth century carelessly and uncaringly - and with very limited funds."

Ignatius's mom, Irene Riley, and a few other characters are what I guess are called Yat speakers, from "Where y'at?" meaning, where are you in life; how are you doing?

"My nerves is shot." (Ignatius: "my nerves are nearing total decay.")
"My heart's broke."
"Nobody else got a valve but you. I ain't got no valve."
"Ignatius, get a holt of yourself."
"You gonna go try somewheres t'morrow."
"They's bread in the icebox."
"Listen, Santa, why you called, sugar?"
"They all crazy from the wine if you ast me."
"I'll ast over by the beer parlor." "I bought it by Lennie's" ("by" for "at")
"she got her a headache."
"who they got laid out in there?" "They waking Old Lady Lopez."
"It seem like every night she & him was putting on a regular hootenanny."

oyster = erster
children = chirren
hi-fi = hi fly
rinse = wrench
electric = letrit
sink = zink

Ignatius and his valve. Theme for a thesis some other day.

As I probably said before somewhere, one of the charms of the book is the way that it captures different dialects or registers of New Orleans speech. This is perhaps something that O'Toole got from Mark Twain, who writes in the introduction to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn:

“In this book a number of dialects are used, to wit: the Missouri negro dialect; the extremest form of the backwoods Southwestern dialect; the ordinary “Pike County” dialect; and four modified varieties of this last. The shadings have not been done in a haphazard fashion, or by guesswork; but painstakingly, and with the trustworthy guidance and support of personal familiarity with these several forms of speech. I make this explanation for the reason that without it many readers would suppose that all these characters were trying to talk alike and not succeeding”

Whatever may be the secret debts that Kennedy Toole owed to Mark Twain, a running joke in the novel is Ignatius's disdain for the creator of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn:

"Mark Twain preferred to lie supinely in bed while composing those rather dated and boring efforts which contemporary scholars try to prove meaningful. Veneration of Mark Twain is one of the roots of our current intellectual stalemate."

"Does she think I'm one of those perverse Mark Twain characters?"

"that dreary fraud, Mark Twain"

Jun. 19th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - June 19, 2016

It was good to be back on the air after a week off. Despite the fact that it was a family vacation, with all the attendant bickering, I really enjoyed New Orleans. Food, music, architecture, the street cars. I plan to return one day. Some pics on Mondo Marco.

When I got a new work computer, iTunes was updated keeping all the songs I bought and downloaded, but not of those I had imported from discs. My library on that Mac was astronomical, maybe 15,000 songs. Little by little I'll be adding tunes back that I lost ... believe me, I have all the CDs, plus the library is right next door.

No word on the internet stream, alas.

1. Harry Nilsson – Turn on your Radio
2. Allen Toussaint – Tipitina and Me
3. Freddie Keppard – Willie the Weeper
4. Charlie Hunter – Fine Corinthian Leather
5. George Cables – Tasshi’s Night Out
6. Larry Goldings – All my Born Days
7. Eddie Bo – The Hook and the Sling
8. Benny Green – Sheik of Araby
9. Herbie Hancock & Tina Turner – Edith and the Kingpin
10. Christian McBride, Nicholas Payton, Mark Whitfield – Driftin’
11. Gene Ammons – Canadian Sunset
12. Bob Dylan – Workingman’s Blues #2
13. Dave Douglas – I’m so Lonesome I Could Cry
14. Marcus Miller – Boogie On, Reggae Woman
15. Ellis & Branford Marsalis – Lulu’s Back in Town
16. Aretha Franklin – Mockingbird
17. Earl Hines – Grand Terrace Shuffle
18. Jay McShann – Sepian Bounce (feat. Charlie Parker)
19. Abdullah Ibrahim – Blue Bolero
20. Brian Bromberg – Shining Star
21. Brad Mehldau – Still Crazy After all these Years
22. John Eddie – Same Old Brand-New Me
23. Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Don’t Drive Drunk
24. Gonzalo Rubalcava – Hip Side
25. Chuck Berry – Primised Land
26. Branford Marsalis – Mo Better Blues

Ellis Marsalis

Jun. 5th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - June 5, 2016

If there ever was a day when the screeching tires were more a propos, I can't remember it. I spent a little too much time on my morning ablutions, looked at the flip phone, and damn if it wasn't 9:40. I'm supposed to be on the air at 10:00 and I haven't even jumped into the shower yet to rinse off yesterday's dried sweat and broken dreams. I'll tell you what, brothers and sisters, I was on the air by 10:01.

No show next week. I'll be in the Big Easy with my daughter and wife, the Crescent City, thinking about music and food, and trying not to think too much about the heat and humidity.

Used previously burned CDs again today. My external DVD/CD player has not arrived yet. Not how I like to do radio, but adjust, brother.

Getting started on year two with no internet stream. Really?

1. Brad Mehldau – The Nearness of You
2. Fats Waller – I Can’t Give You Anything but Love
3. C. McBride, N. Payton, M. Whitfield – Chameleon
4. Hadda Brooks – That’s my Desire
5. Branford Marsalis 4tet – Mo’ Better Blues
6. Orrin Evans – The Sound of Philadelphia
7. Madeleine Peyroux – Dance Me to the End of Love
8. Fred Hersch – In Walked Bud
9. Solomon Burke – He’ll Have to Go
10. Duke Ellington – The Star-Crossed Lovers
11. Muhammed Ali – Will the Real Sonny Liston Please Fall Down
12. John Hiatt – Let’s Give this Love a Try
13. Nick Lowe – I Read a Lot
14. Bob Dylan – Early Morning Rain
15. Matt Wilson – Feel the Sway
16. Randy Newman – Louisiana 1927
17. Sonny Rollins – Rock-a-bye Baby with a Dixie Melody
18. Rufus Thomas – Memphis Train
19. Rufus Thomas – Walking the Dog
20. Bob Marley – Babylon System
21. Benny Green – Way ‘cross Town
22. Charles Lloyd & Jason Moran – Pretty Girl
23. Leon Russell – Tight Wire
24. Teddy Wilson – I Wanna be Happy
25. Dianne Reeves – Too Close for Comfort
26. Duke Ellington – Jubilesta
27. Andrew Hill – Diddy Wah
28. John Patitucci – Jesus on the Main Line

Rufus Thomas

May. 29th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - May 29, 2016

Yesterday was the weirdest show in memory. As I said last week, I cannot burn CDs with the new computer that has been assigned to me, so until my DVD drive arrives, I'm using CDs I burned for previous shows. I just take a stack 30 or so in one of those containers in which you can stack them up. And then I have the pile of playlists, which match the CDs, and usually in the same order. But I apparently took the wrong playlists, so I had to put the CDs in and listen to them to determine what was on each one, using the "cue" function. Fortunately there are three CD players, so I can have one playing over the air, while listening to another one. I made it somehow, but had very little time to talk. When I got back to my office I realize that I did have the right playlists, it just that they were somehow all out of order. So I put them all in order and then back on the shelf.

1. Brad Mehldau – Still Crazy After All these Years
2. Solomon Burke – Got to Get You off my Mind
3. Larry Goldings – I Think it’s Going to Rain Today
4. James Carr – The Dark End of the Street
5. Joshua Redman – The Best is yet to Come
6. Aretha Franklin – Walk on By
7. Joe Henderson – Recorda me
8. Dámaso Pérez Prado – Martinica
9. Lee Fields – Good Foot
10. Aaron Goldberg – One’s a Crowd
11. Eliane Elias – You and the Night and the Music
12. Spanish Harlem Orchestra (w/ Rubén Blades) – You and the Night and the Music
13. Hall & Oates – Had I Known You Better Then
14. Doctor Rockit – Male James Bonding
15. Joshua Redman – The Second Time Around
16. Nat Cole – No Moon at All
17. Sketch Show – Theme from a Summer Place
18. Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra – Boy Meets Horn
19. Sam Rivers – Fuchsia Swing Song
20. Carmen McRae & Sammy Davis, Jr. – Two Sleepy People
21. John Zorn – Miller’s Crake
22. Eddie Higgins – You and the Night and the Music
23. Tony Allen – Gbedu
24. John Scofield – Georgia on my Mind
25. Adriana Calconhotto – Cantada (Depois de ter voce)
26. Aaron Parks – Roadside Distraction
27. Joel Fraham – Away from Home
28. Piero Umiliana – My Man Duke
29. Bobby McFerrin – Jesus Makes it Good

Dámaso Pérez Prado

May. 23rd, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - May 22, 2016

I'm sure that listening you would never notice that anything was other than usual. But two things were. One, I forgot my glasses, so I was squinting all morning to try to read the song titles and the count-down times on the CD players. And two, I have a new computer in my office, which has no DVD/CD drive, so I was unable to make playlists and burn CDs. So I just grabbed a stack of CDs that I had burned for earlier shows and winged it. On a typical Sunday, I have a pretty firm playlist in mind. Today I just flew by the seat of my pants.

I'm looking at my handwritten playlist - what horrible handwriting!

Schtick? "C'mon up to my apartment. We'll listen to some Django Reinhardt records and I'll show you my etchings." I can't count the times I've used that one.

1. Wynton Marsalis – Where or When
2. Burning Spear – Workshop
3. Nick Lowe – I Trained her to Love Me
4. Bessie Smith – After You’ve Gone
5. Marissa Monte – Para mais ninguem
6. Cyrus Chestnut – Indigo Blue
7. Teddy Wilson – Limehouse Blues
8. Prince – Sign o’ the Times
9. Trío Cervantes – Drume, negrita
10. Charles Mingus – Slop
11. Sonora Ponceña – Night in Tunisia
12. Sade – Still in Love with You
13. Benny Green – Pittsburgh Brethren
14. Paul Simon – Questions for the Angels
15. Belle Baker – Jubilee Blues
16. Django Reinhardt – I’ll See You in my Dreams
17. Larry Goldings & Harry Allen – Lucky Am I
18. Nick Lowe – Lately I’ve Let Things Slide
19. Lester Young – Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
20. Chuck Berry – Brown-Eyed Handsome Man
21. Larry Goldings – Take Me Out to the Ballpark
22. Coleman Hawkins – Thru for the Night
23. Abdullah Ibrahim- Third Line Samba
24. Bob Marley – One Drop
25. Stevie Wonder – Boggie On Reggae Woman
26. Sarah Vaughan – Come Rain or Come Shine
27. Tony Bennet – Last Night When We Were Young
28. Kenny Burrell – Midnight Blue
29. Bill Frisell – That’s Alright, Mama
30. Orinn Evans – The Sound of Philadelphia

May. 15th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - May 15, 2016

FOr the last several weeks I have been driving to the station to the show. Today I reverted back to the old ways and came in on my bicycle. Even the big hill that I have to climb to get there didn't seem so bad.

Good to just be relatively themeless, and not feel obliged to play tribute to some late great, although I must admit that I snuck in a little Bowie, a little Prince.

I just learned about a character by the name of eden ahbez, who had been born George Alexander Aberle. His main claim to fame was having written "Nature Boy," which was a big hit for Nat "King" Cole. He was a sort of hippie avant la lettre, who in the 1940s wore his hair long with a beard and dressed in sandals, and did stuff like walk across the country. He was a vegetarian who ate only vegetables, fruits and nuts. He slept outdoors with his family, for a while under the first "L" of the HOLLYWOOD sign over L.A. He once told a policeman, "I look crazy but I'm not. And the funny thing is that other people don't look crazy but they are."

He spent a good bit of the thirties in Kansas City where he reportedly worked as a bandleader and pianist. I can't help but wonder how many times he crossed paths with Charlie Parker.

One day ahbez approached Cole's manager at the Lincoln Theater in L.A. and gave him the music to "Nature Boy." Cole liked it and played it in concert, but he couldn't record it because they couldn't find ahbez to get permission. Finally, they found him under the HOLLYWOOD sign. Cole's version of the tune was no. 1 on the charts for eight weeks in 1948.

What else? Two from Keith Jarrett, Tower of Power funking to the theme of the finiteness of our petroleum reserves. Pee Wee Ellis covering Stevie Wonder's "Boogie on Reggae Woman" preceded by some real reggae, the Heptones' "Hypocrite." Marcin Wasilewski covering Prince's "Diamonds and Pearls," followed by His Purpleness himself doing "Feel Good, Feel Better, Feel Wonderful." And a bunch of other crap.

I think we're due to hit the one-year mark without an internet stream. What is to be done?

CCR, Sunday mornings 10-12. Tie some tinfoil to the tips of your antennae and tune in.

1. Keith Jarrett – Someone to Watch Over Me
2. Christian McBride – Walking on the Moon
3. Tower of Power – Only so much Oil in the Ground
4. Bill Charlap – Where or When
5. The Carpenters – I’ll Never Fall in Love Again
6. Brad Mehldau – Alfie
7. John Mayer – Stop this Train
8. John Coltrane – Impressions
9. Randy Newman – Easy Street
10. Yusef Lateef – Mu, Omi (Drink Water)
11. The Heptones – Hypocrite
12. Pee Wee Ellis – Boogie On, Reggae Woman
13. Kronos Quartet – Dracula
14. Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden – No Moon at All
15. Etta Jones – Nature Boy
16. Marcin Wasilewski – Diamonds and Pearls
17. Prince – Feel Good, Feel Better, Feel Wonderful
18. Charles Mingus – Self-Portrait in 3 Colors
19. Mingus Dynasty – Boogie Stop Shuffle
20. James Hunter – The Hard Way
21. Sir Roland Hannah – The Best Things in Life are Free
22. Joshua Redman – Hide & Seek
23. David Bowie – Conversation Piece
24. Ozzie Kotani – Ku’u Kika Kahiko
25. Gene Ammons – Up Tight
26. Etta James – One More for my Baby (and One for the Road)
27. The Mighty Sons – Stand by Me

May. 8th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - May 8, 2016

Happy Mother's Day to all you mothers, of invention and otherwise. And congratulations to the graduates.

One more grade to post and the semester will formally be over. I look forward to working on my writing (cranking out another article), practicing the piano, getting out the saxophone and getting reacquainted.

Lazy Lester is a lover, not a fighter, and he's built for speed.

Mama don't allow no trumpet blowing, not alto tooting, no xylophone playing, no 88s, but we're gonna listen anyway.

I really enjoyed listening to Slim Gaillard's "Slim's Jam," because I got to hear Charlie Parkeroonie gas with Slim.

Pulled some schtick out of my bag. Marisa Monte sings, then I ask what it is that those South-American girls have below the equator. (canned laughter).

Some more Bill Charlap this week.

Played Israel "Cachao" López doing Ernesto Lecuona's "Siboney." Told the story of Jim Dandy, living in Cayo Hueso, where there was a supposedly excellent restaurant called Siboney. Dandy transformed it into "Sea Bunny." Love that.

Coming up on one year sans internet stream.

This plastic dog is delicious.

1. Bill Frisell – Mother
2. Coleman Hawkins – The Bean Stalks Again
3. Ray Charles – I’ve Had my Fun
4. Hi-Fi Guys – Rock n’ Roll Killed my Mother
5. Bill Charlap – A Sleepin’ Bee
6. Lazy Lester – I’m a Lover not a Fighter
7. Nick Lowe – Mama Said
8. Earl Hines –Grand Terrace Shuffle
9. Bill Charlap – Too Late Now
10. Julia Lee – Mama Don’t Allow It
11. Marisa Monte – Na estrada
12. Louis Armstrong – You Don’t Learn That at School
13. Sonny Rollins – I’ve Found a New Baby
14. Ernie K-Doe – Mother-in-Law
15. Cachao – Siboney
16. Brook Benton –Mother Nature, Father Time
17. Carlos Henríquez – Chuchifrito
18. Troy Hess – Please Don’t go Topless, Mother
19. Dexter Gordon – Where Are You
20. Slim Gaillard – Slim’s Jam
21. James Brown – Mother Popcorn, Pt. 2
22. Ella Fitzgerald – Solitude
23. Noah Preminger – Until the Real Thing Comes Along
24. Dr. John – Mama Roux
25. Herb Hardesty – Just a Little Bit of Everything
26. The Uniques – Mother and Child Reunion
27. The Beatles – Your Mother Should Know
28. Bill Charlap – Not a Care in the World
29. Bob Marley – Mr. Chatterbox
30. Dave Douglas – Play it, Momma

Last week's playlist (May 1)

1. Bill Charlap – Make Me Rainbows
2. Rufus Wainwright – Poses
3. Willie Nelson – Recollection Phoenix
4. Dizzy Gillespie & Roy Eldridge – Sometimes I’m Happy
5. Matt Wilson – Happy Days are Here Again
6. Diana Krall & Georgie Fame – Yeh Yeh
7. Bill Charlap – Little Rascal on a Rock
8. Benny Spellman – Lipestick Traces (on a Cigarette)
9. Matt Ulery – Mary Shelly
10. John Mayer – Daughters
11. Bill Charlap – On the Sunny Side of the Street
12. Jim Croce – I’ll Have to Say I Love You in a Song
13. Miles Davis – New York Girl
14. Larry Goldings & Joshua Redman – That’s Enough
15. Willie Nelson – Crazy
16. Merle Travis – Cincinnati Lou
17. Bill Charlap – Tiny’s Tempo
18. Nick Lowe – Till the Real Thing Comes Along
19. Oly Hite & the BPA – So It Goes
20. Bill Charlap – There is no Music
21. James Brown – Funky Drummer (Parts 1 & 2)
22. Prince – Nothing Compares 2 U
23. Bill Charlap - - I’ll Remember April
24. Willie Nelson – It’s Not Supposed to be that Way
25. Velvet Underground - Jesus

Apr. 28th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - April 24, 2016

The first hour it was the usual shenanigans. The Prince tribute ran from 11:00 - 12. I started with a Prince instrumental, "Brand New Orleans." I turned it low and read over the top a poem by W.H. Auden, "Funeral Blues" (which in this case drifted over toward purples):

Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone.
Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.
Let aeroplanes circle moaning overhead
Scribbling in the sky the message He is Dead,
Put crêpe bows around the
Purple necks of White doves,
Let the traffic policemen wear black cotton gloves.
He was my North, my South, my East and West,
My working week and my Sunday rest
My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song;
I thought that love would last forever, Oh well, I was wrong.
The stars are not wanted now; put out every one,
Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun.
Pour away the ocean and sweep up the wood;
For nothing now can ever come to any good.

Then, simply, an hour of His Purpleness.

Celebrity musician deaths are coming down the pike at a pretty fast rate, and while I am always saddened, I usually shake them off. But somehow Prince was different, and I'm not sure why. Maybe it's because I've been listening to is music for like 35 years, maybe because as a musician I've always tried to learn from him. It's not because I "identified" with him; I don't know why it was.

I see him as coming down the line from James Brown to Sly and the Family Stone, to the P-Funk.... but somehow he was even more. Saw him in concert in the 1999 tour. He was amazing. I always imagined I would see him again, preferably as a funkateer with a horn section, rather than as a guitar god.

At first, after learning of his death, I didn't even want to listen to his music; I was like, sobbing in my room in the dark and shit. But time .... time.... goes on and by Sunday I was ready to celebrate his music. I might even continue this coming Sunday.

I heard many funny stories, a couple of them recounted in videos below. X.Ray the other day said, although Prince was a vegan, he liked to go down to McDonalds and stand in the parking lot, just to smell the food.

RIP PRINCE. He was a good man, whether the opiates killed him or not.

Still no internet stream, but on the FM dial at 90.5 if you happen to live in Western North Carolina.

1. Steven Bernstein – Darlin’ Nikki
2. Danilo Pérez – Bright Mississippi
3. Abdullah Ibraham – Whoza Mtwana
4. Bob Dylan – Things Have Changed
5. Woody Guthrie – 1913 Massacre
6. Jamey Johnson (w. Merele Hagard) – I Fall to Pieces
7. Ornette Coleman – Forerunner
8. Coleman Hawkins – Under Paris Skies
9. Freddie Hubbard – Up Jumped Spring
10. Jesse Thomas – Gonna Write You a Letter
11. The Time – 777-9311
12. Raul D’Souza – Wires
13. Prince – Brand New Orleans
14. Prince – Call My Name
15. Prince – I Wanna Be Your Lover
16. Prince – Get on the Boat
17. Prince – When Doves Cry
18. Prince – Musicology
19. Prince - FUNKNROLL
20. Prince – A Case of You
21. Prince – Sign ‘o’ the Times
22. Prince – The Morning Paper
23. Prince – 1 + 1 + 1 = 3
24. Prince – Beautiful, Loved & Blessed
25. Sex Mob – Sign ‘o’ the Times

Apr. 17th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - April 17, 2016

What type of radio show plays The Staple Singers, Sly & the Family Stone, Woody Guthrie, Charlie Parker, Peter Tosh, Aaron Neville, Gang Starr, and Parliament-Funkadelic? The Catamount Community Radio type, that's what.

Quite a few place-name tunes today, because I over-prepared last week. Alabama, Mississippi, Harlem, the Upper Peninsula, D.C., New Orleans, Tokyo, etc.

90.5 FM. Sunday mornings 10-12.

1. John Coltrane – Alabama
2. Allen Toussaint – Bright Mississippi
3. The Staple Singers – Long Walk to D.C.
4. Miles Davis – Gone
5. Sly & the Family Stone – Skin I’m in
6. Illinois Jacquet – Harlem Nocturne
7. Cassandra Wilson – Wichita Lineman
8. Sketch Show – Attention, Tokyo
9. Cannonball Adderley – Stars Fell on Alabama
10. Zap Mama – Rafiki
11. Charlie Parker – Segment
12. Woody Guthrie – Talking Centralia
13. Wynton Marsalis – New Orleans
14. David Murray – Gwotet (w/ Pharoh Sanders)
15. Sufjan Stevens – The Upper Peninsula
16. Aaron Goldberg – Perhaps
17. Aaron Neville – Tell it Like it is
18. Kahil El’Zabar – Well, You Needn’t
19. Dámaso Pérez Prado – Mambo No. 5
20. David Bowie – Eight-Line Poem
21. Larry Goldings – Bluegrass
22. Gang Starr – Words I Manifest (remix)
23. The Staple Singers – For What it’s Worth
24. Aaron Goldberg – Yoyo
25. Parliament – Dr. Funkenstein

Aaron Goldberg

Apr. 10th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - April 10, 2016

So I did what I was going to do. The places, as the playlist can attest. I got so carried away preparing this, that I think I have enough material already burned onto CDs to do the same theme next week. I may do it, or may just do an hour.

I also played a couple from the late, great Merle Haggard. I realize that now that this a theme of the show: some greats die, and their music gets played: Merle Haggard, Phife Dawg, David Bowie, the most recent.

Sunday mornings 10-12, 90.5, etc. I may be streaming on the internet sometime in the uncertain future.

1. Jason Moran – Arizona Landscape
2. Frank Sinatra – It’s Nice to go Trav’ling
3. Hank Snow – I’ve Been Everywhere
4. Sonny Rollins – How are Things in Glocca Morra
5. Jimmie Rodgers – T for Texas (Blue Yodel #1)
6. Tom Waits – Jersey Girl
7. Count Basie – Indiana
8. Bill Charlap – Ohio
9. Chuck Berry – Promised Land
10. Bob Seger – Get Out of Denver
11. Lester Young – Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
12. Ketama – Vente pa’ Madrid
13. Roy Hargrove – Strausburg / St. Denis
14. Phineas Newborn Jr. – Afternoon in Paris
15. Merle Haggard – Stop the World (I Want to Get Off)
16. Merle Haggard – That’s the Way Love Goes
17. Simon & Garfunkel – America
18. Orrin Evans – The Sound of Philadelphia
19. Cornelius – Brazil
20. Hubert Porter – Names of Funny Places
21. Glenn Miller – Mission to Moscow
22. Chuck Berry – Memphis Tennessee
23. The Lovin’ Spoonful – Nashville Cats
24. Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limit
25. John Lee Hooker – The Motor City is Burning
26. Led Zeppelin – Goin’ to California
27. Dean Martin – On an Evening in Roma
28. James P. Johnson – Carolina Shout
29. John Pizzarelli – I Like Jersey Best
30. Johnny Hodges – Autumn in New York
31. Coleman Hawkins – Under Paris Skies

Chuck Berry

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