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Sep. 21st, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - September 18, 2016

I've been busy getting ready for my trip to Pittsburgh, PA, so no blogging. I'll leave you with the playlist from Sunday's show, and I'll be back on the air October 2.

1. Charlie Rouse - Merci Bon Dieu
2. Marisa Monte – Alta noite
3. Freddie Hubbard – Little Sunflower
4. John Hiatt – Let’s give this Love a Try
5. Duke Ellington – Air-Conditioned Jungle
6. Matt Wilson – Main Stem
7. Hall & Oates – I’m Just a Kid (Don’t Make me Feel Like a Man)
8. Ananda Shankar – Dancing Drums
9. Mark Knopfler – Baloney Again
10. Bill Charlap – Fantastic Rhythm
11. Wild Bill Davis – The Madison
12. The Beach Boys – Forever
13. Akiko Tsuruga – I Won’t Last a Day without You
14. Adriana Calcanhotto – Cantada (Depois de ter voce)
15. Jorge Drexler – Al otro lado del río
16. Prince Lasha – Congo Call
17. Frank Sinatra – The Gal that got Away
18. Jim Campilongo – Monkey in a Movie
19. Steven Bernstein & Antony Hegarty – Family Affair
20. Kalyanji – Dancing Drums
21. Dixie Hummingbirds – Christian Automobile
22. Steven Bernstein – Soul Serenade
23. World Standard – Silent Homecoming
24. Louis Jordan – (You Dyed your Hair) Chartruese
25. Josetxo Goia-Aribe – La luna y el toro
26. New York Dolls – Maimed Happiness
27. Tinariwen – Matadjem Yinmixan
28. Abdullah Ibrahim – Meditation / Mummy

Sep. 11th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - September 11, 2016

I clearly remember September 11, 2001. I was in bed when it happened. The spouse called to tell me about it. I got to school and we watched TV in the classrooms instead of having class. I even played basketball that day. It must have been a Tuesday or a Thursday. I remember my initial thought, probably somewhat cold: What a mountain range of verbiage this is going to produce. I have to give myself credit though, it sure did. Everybody was writing about it. You know what though, I'm convinced to this day that a little more silence and quiet reflection would have been preferable. Then the build-up to the wars. I have to give myself credit for foreseeing how disastrous those things would be ahead of time. What are we doing? I thought.

What's so funny about a little peace love and understanding, anyway?

1. Frank Morgan – Come Sunday
2. Keb Mo – What’s so Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding?
3. John Zorn – Gevurah
4. Allen Toussaint – Lipstick Traces
5. Brad Mehldau – Alfie
6. Earl Hines – Linger Awhile
7. Elton John – Come Down in Time
8. Tomatito – A mi tío Juan Habichuela
9. Donny Hathaway – Little Ghetto Boy
10. Erik Friedlander – After Hours
11. Quincy Jones – Sanford & Son Theme
12. John Coltrane – I Love You
13. Lake Street Drive – I Want You Back
14. Erik Alexander – Let’s Stay Together
15. Nick Lowe – House for Sale
16. Jimmy McGriff – Sugar, Sugar
17. Society’s Bag – Let it Crawl
18. Ernie K. Doe – A Certain Girl
19. Sonny Rollins – How Are Things in Glocca Morra?
20. Orquesta Aragón – La comparsa
21. John Mayer – Stop this Train
22. Vijay Raghav Rao – Lilt on Sitar
23. Marcus Roberts – Maple Leaf Rag
24. Luiz Bonfá – Manhã de Carnaval
25. Sketch Show – Wonderful to Me
26. Charlie Hunter – Ain’s We Got Fun
27. James Hunter – The Hard Way
28. Haruomi Hosono – Sea of Tao

Sep. 4th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - September 4, 2016

I am pretty happy with today's show. I'll listen back to half of it and see if I'm right. When you're a kid, and you listen back to your voice on a tape recorder, you say to yourself, "Do I really sound like that?" But when you listen back to yourself every Sunday, you know exactly what you sound like ... you just don't know what you look like. Believe me, you've got some gestures that would embarrass you.

I used to spin the Rahsaan Roland Kirk tune "Lady's Blues" (a flute feature with string background) back in the day on my record player ...before the days of MP3s, before even CDs. I still like it, but I can't help but remember how much that tune used to send me.

I imagined a device you could hook somebody up to, it's got wires and a screen. The people you wire up fall asleep and you can see their dreams on the screen. I would never sign-up for that, but I would bet a lot of people would, especially if you were going to broadcast their dreams on TV or via the Facebook. Fats Waller sang about meeting the nicest people in your dreams. Obviously, he hasn't been visiting my dreams.

Sounds like Maceo ... because it is Maceo.

Did my old "Cowboys Don't Cry" schtick. Hank Williams pens a song, puts the paper in a bottle, seals it, and, as he is in California, tosses it into the Pacific. It floats across the ocean and some Japanese cat finds it, and reads it. If you believe that, I wrote "gullible" in tiny letters on the ceiling in the classroom over in the Old Student Union. if you can find it, I'll give a C-note.

1. Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Lady’s Blues
2. Frank Sinatra – There Used to be a Ballpark
3. Helen Sung – In Walked Bud
4. Frankie Valli – Can’t Take my Eyes Off You
5. Nicholas Payton – After You’ve Gone
6. Fats Waller – You Meet the Nicest People in Your Dreams
7. Roberta Flack – If I Fell
8. Maceo Parker – Latin Like
9. Hank Williams – I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
10. World Standard – Cowboys Don’t Cry
11. Joshua Redman – Hit the Road, Jack
12. Cassandra Wilson – Run the Voodoo Down
13. Futuristic Ensemble – In a Mist (Reprise)
14. Diana Krall & Georgie Fame – Yeh Yeh
15. Matt Wilson – You Bet
16. N.A.S.A (w/ Kool Keith & Tom Waits) – Spacious Thoughts
17. John Amutabi Nzenze – Angelic Twist
18. OK Jazz – On entre OK, on sort KO
19. Eric Reed – Dancing Monk
20. Etta James – One for my Baby (an One More for the Road)
21. Mulatu Astatke & the Heliocentric Orchestra – Cha Cha
22. Sarah Vaughan – Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets)
23. Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry – Brotherhood of Man
24. Mose Allison – Your Mind is on Vacation
25. Nat Cole – Rose Room
26. The Four Vagabonds – Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer
27. Harry Connick, Jr. – I’m an Old Cowhand
28. Marisa Monte – Dança de solidão
29. Roy Hargrove – I’m Not so Sure

Extra credit for matching these women's photos with their names.

Aug. 21st, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - August 21 & 28, 2016

I never did get around to finishing last week's blog entry, so I'll bundle the two entries.

I bought a pair of new basketball sneakers yesterday, and I'm planning on hitting the court after I leave the office today. Let's pray that I don't have a heart attack. Worrying more about that than about bricking my shots.

David Bowie, "Everyone Says Hi"

Said you'd took a big trip
They said you moved away
Happened oh so quietly, they say
Should've took a picture
Something I could keep
Buy a little frame, something cheap
For you
Everyone says hi
Said you sailed a big ship
Said you sailed away
Didn't know the right thing to say
I'd love to get a letter
Like to know what's what
Hope the weather's good and it's not too hot
For you
Everyone says hi
Everyone says hi
Everyone says
Don't stay in a sad place
Where they don't care how you are
Everyone says hi

Dizzy and the Sonnys, "On the Sunny Side of the Street." With both Sonny Rollins and Sonny Stitt in the band, both sides of the street are "sonny." I think this cut is an example of how ego can be a positive thing at times. Each Sonny wanted to cut the other one, resulting in some tenor saxophone pyrotechnics.

Patrick told me his son Derek liked the sound of the "Japanese electronica" that is sampled on the promo for my show. I couldn't do it earlier, because when my computer was "refreshed" this summer, I lost all the tunes that I had downloaded from CDs. I have shelves full of CDs, and that Hosono / Sakamoto CD was somewhere, but I didn't know where. I sat down yesterday and went through them all. Found it and played "Micro Talk" for Derek.

A couple from the great Yusef Lateef.

CCR - Sunday mornings 10-12 on Power 90.5.

today's playlist:

1. Yusef Lateef – The Plum Blossom
2. David Bowie – Everyone Says Hi
3. Diz, Sonny Stitt & Sonny Rollins – On the Sunny Side of the Street
4. Jimmy McGriff – Signed, Sealed, Delivered
5. Marvin Gaye – Got to Give it Up
6. Marc Ribot – Aquí como allá
7. Sketch Show – Micro Talk
8. Marisa Monte – Segue o seco
9. Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys – Texas Playboy Rag
10. Omer Avital – Ballad for a Friend
11. Mister Calyson – Muhammad Ali
12. Grant Green – Cantaloupe Island
13. Hot Lips Page & Pearl Bailey – the Huckle Buck
14. Eddie Higgins – You and the Night and the Music
15. The Staple Singers – Samson and Delilah
16. Harvey Mandel – Peruvian Flake
17. Tom Waits – The Heart of Saturday Night
18. Chico Hamilton – Transfusion
19. Eddie Loiss – Mazurka cacodou
20. Blind Blake Diddy Wah Diddy
21. Hot Lips Page & Chu Berry – Limehouse Blues
22. Elton John – Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboys
23. HAT- Arizona Analyzer
24. Yusef Lateef – The Three Faces of Balal
25. Prince Lasha Quintet, feat. Sonny Simmons – A.Y.
26. Lightnin’ Hopkins – Let’s Move
27. World Standard – Country Sad Ballad Man
28. Brian Wilson – Love & Mercy

last week's playlist:

1. Duke Ellington & John Coltrane – My Little Brown Book
2. Hampton Hawes – You and the Night and the Music
3. Bob Dylan – Spirit on the Water
4. Orinn Evans – The Sound of Philadelphia
5. Sheila Jordan – Baltimore Oriole
6. Dave Holland – Billows of Rhythm
7. Young-Holt Unlimited – Soulful Strut
8. Randy Newman – Louisiana 1927
9. Keith Jarrett – Someone to Watch Over Me
10. Fletcher Henderson – King Porter Stomp
11. Hank Williams – Just Waitin’
12. The BPA w/ Ollie Hite – So It Goes
13. Sonny Rollins – Junst in Time
14. Henry Mancini – Lujon
15. Ted Nash – Baby Elephant Walk
16. Pearl Bailey & Frank Sinatra – A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing
17. Jeff “Tain” Watts – Katrina James
18. Metroploe Orchestra – Kodachrome
19. Christian Scott – So What
20. Larry Goldings – Take Me Out to the Ball Game
21. The Meters – Live Wire
22. Slim Gaillard – Slim’s Jam
23. Nicholas Payton – Zigaboogaloo
24. Omer Avital – Ballad for a Friend
25. Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Sugar Plum
26. Betty Carter – There’s No You
27. Steven Bernstein – Toby
28. John Patitucci – Jesus on the Main Line

Aug. 14th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - August 14, 2016

I think I'll do an annotated list this week.

1. Joel Frahm & Brad Mehldau – Away from Home

Beautiful ballad played as a duet. Frahm is one of my favorite sax players on the scene today. I recall him saying that he wrote this tune while on tour in Japan.

2. Dizzy Gillespie & Roy Eldridge – Sometimes I’m Happy

Eldridge was Dizzy's mentor, but I don't think he was Dizzy's tormenter.

3. Bob Dylan – Tryin’ to Get to Heaven

Bob Dylan is fascinating to me. I've recently read both his memoirs, Chronicles, and Elijah Wald's Dylan Goes Electric. The centerpiece of the latter book is Dylan's performance at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965, which metaphorically "split the sixties." I could go on, but I won't because I'm thinking of writing a review of Wald's book as a separate entry.

4. Phineas Newborn, Jr. – Barbados

What a name - "Phineas Newborn, Jr." a very talented pianist (think Oscar Peterson with more of a bebop orientation) who suffered with mental health issues.

5. Zoot Sims – Watch What Happens

Love this tune and I'm going to learn to play it on the sax. Nice guitar / sax duet here.

6. Willie Nelson – It’s Not Supposed to Be that Way

Willie Nelson is one cool dude.

7. Cyrus Chestnut – Lean on Me

Nice cover, restrained in comparison to Chestnut's usual style. I saw Chestnut play once. Dude literally brought tears to the eyes of one of the guys who was sitting at our table.

8. Bobby Womack – I’m a Midnight Mover

Hard soul number. More for Saturday night than for Sunday morning, but whatever.

9. Harvey Mandel – Peruvian Flake

Very interesting guitar player that I only recently found out about. Let's call him a late-sixties, early-seventies precursor of Eddie Van Halen.

10. David Bowie – Growin’ Up

Bowie covers Springsteen. 'Nuff said.

11. Hydroponic Sound System – Lagos, Michigan (1972)

Bari sax groove.

12. Smokey Robinson & the Miracles – Ooo, Baby, Baby

Great tune, with Smokey's magic voice. What I really dig though is the duet on this tune that he did with Aretha on Soul Train.

13. Coleman Hawkins – Under Paris Skies

Paris skies? Seriously? Those fleecy little things? Give me Montana skies.

14. Nick Lowe – Lately I’ve Let Things Slide

"Smoking I once quit
Now I've got one lit
Kinda fell back into it.

He rhymes like he's freakin' Cole Porter or some shit.

15. アコースフィア- Daydream Believer

Japanese cover of the Monkies classic, played on ukelele.

16. Jay McShann – I’ll See You in my Dreams

Love this stride piano version of this great oldie from the twenties. Also charming is McShann's high pitched "thank you, thank you" at the end.

17. The Impressions – We’re Movin’ On, Pt. 1

Love the falsetto.

18. Lee Konitz – Foolin’ Myself

Konitz could play four minutes of alto saxophone, full of original ideas, without a single cliched riff.

19. Duke Ellington – Everything But You

"You left me some beans from Boston,
A bicycle built for two,
A memory to get lost in,
Everything but you."

20. Ted Nash – Gritty Ditty

The ditty is only a little gritty. I wonder if that's Wynton on the trumpet on this one.

21. Sly & the Family Stone – Family Affair

"There's a Riot Goin' On" is a desert island album, and this is one of the best cuts on it.

22. Roy Hargrove – Ev’rybody Wants to be a Cat

What's the difference between a cat and a human being? A human lives in two places at once without being anywhere at all, that's because we dwell on the past with our regrets and our nostalgias, or we plan for or worry about the future. The cat, on the other hand, lives in an eternal present.

23. The Starkweather Boys – Abigail Blue

Bob Dylan and the Beatles are probably responsible for turning rock 'n' roll into art. Before that, it was guys with matching suits and skinny ties, and it was about shake it, baby, yeah yeah. This is a real rock 'n' roll number. "Abigail Blue / is that you / talkin' on my party line?"

24. Django Reinhardt – I’ll See You in my Dreams

C'mon up to my apartment. We'll listen to some Django Reinhardt records and I'll show you my etchings.

25. Harvey Mandel – The Snake

Another one from Mandel. I think the Stones considered him (along with Jeff Beck) as a replacement for Mick Taylor, though in the end they settled on Ronnie Wood

26. Esperanza Spalding (w/ Joe Lovano) – I Can’t Help It

Nice version of the Michael Jackson number.

27. Roy Hargrove – Strasbourg / St. Denis

Feel-good song of the year. Not this year, but certainly some other year, let's say 2008.

28. Steven Bernsteisn – Hit the Road

Grittier than the gritty ditty.

29. Marcus Roberts – Single Petal of a Rose

This morning's service closes with some poignant Ellingtonia.

Aug. 7th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - August 7, 2016

I'm up at 8:30, making my coffee, printing my puzzle, doing my ablutions. Still, it was not easy to be on the air at 10:00. I'm a little worried about the school year, being in the class room at 10:10. I'm going to have to get up at 7:30, and thus, since I'm quite a sleeper, be in bed by 11:00 p.m. or so.

Played a lot of Ellington today, for no other reason than that I'm hip like that.

Played a tune called "Helium," by the Tin Hat Trio. I was trying to come up with some joke using "shelium," but I couldn't come up with one.

I said something like, "Thank goodness ... Thank goodness for the internet ... and not just for the endless entertainment that is Face Page, but also for being able to look up things like 'Hully Gully.' Back in the day you would have to go to the library and check a dictionary of American slang, and chances are it wouldn't be in there. Or ask some old dude, who would tell any old thing from the top of his head." So, "a type of unstructured line dance often considered to have originated in the sixties, but is also mentioned some forty years earlier as a dance common in the black juke joints in the first part of the twentieth century."

All this as an introduction to B.B. King, playing "Hully Gully Twist." By the way, B.B. King started out as a DJ in Memphis, before becoming the iconic blues performer that we all know. When radio started it was based in places like New York and retransmitted to local markets. Then, maybe late forties or early fifties, local radio took off, and B.B. King was part of that. That was the golden age of radio, when what you heard in Chicago what not was you heard in New Orleans, and what you heard in Memphis was not what you heard in Detroit. It seems to have come full circle, as now it all sounds the same, with the exception of some stuff you hear on the far left end of the dial.

I played Roger Miller doing Kris Kristofferson's "Me and Bobby McGee" (I'm not fond of Janis Joplin's version, or her music in general). And I didn't say it, but I was thinking, "Kris Kristopherson, who has the relatively rare initials K.K., which he shares with Ken Kesey, the author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and a certain Klu Klux."

I have a new theory as to why we can't stream over the internet. Stations that stream have to pay a per-song royalty under the terms some Digital act or something. If you don't stream you are exempt from that fee. Probably not the reason, but maybe. May 2015 we quit streaming.

Catamount Community Radio, Sunday mornings 10 -12 at 90.5, if you're in Cullowhee or its environs.

1. Bill Charlap – Glitter and be Gay
2. Duke Ellington – Take the “A” Train
3. Nick Lowe – Love’s Got a Lot to Answer For
4. Tin Hat Trio – Helium
5. Duke Ellington - Azure
6. Willie Nelson – Recollection Phoenix
7. B.B. King – Hully Gully Twist
8. Hank Williams – Lost Highway
9. John Zorn – Haiti
10. Duke Ellington - Caravan
11. Lee Dorsey – Games People Play
12. Jason Moran – Lulu’s Back in Town
13. Cuba L.A. – Bruca maniguá
14. Larry Goldings & Harry Allen – Lucky Am I
15. Duke Ellington – Drop me off in Harlem
16. Danny O’Keefe – Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues
17. Sonora Ponceña – Night in Tunisia
18. Duke Ellington – Mood Indigo
19. Chris Biesterfeldt – Freedom Jazz Dance
20. Dave Douglas – Just Another Murder
21. The Cadets – Love Bandit
22. Duke Ellington – Main Stem
23. Roger Miller – Me and Bobbie McGee
24. Albert Collins – Frosty
25. Alison Krauss & James Taylor – How’s the World Treating You?
26. The Meters – Liver Splash
27. Duke Ellington – Echoes of Harlem
28. Johnny Cash – Hidden Shame
29. Amadou & Mariam – M’bife (bafalon)
30. Tony Allen – Gbedu
31. The Impressions – People Get Ready

Aug. 1st, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - July 31, 2016

It was good to be back on the radio after a couple of weeks off. Each of the last two Sundays were spent driving, nine hours northward the first one, and nine hours southward the second. But I'm back home and happy to be settling into my dull routine, which doesn't strike me as dull. (I read, I drink wine, I play a little piano, I walk my dog).

The EAS (emergency broadcasting system) was not running so I had to call the station manager during the show so he could reset it. That's a first.

I'm reading two books now; one, for pleasure (Elijah Wald's Dylan Goes Electric), and one as part of my research for a paper I want to write (Laurent Dubois's Haiti: The Aftershocks of History). Enjoying both of them. The first is the reason I played a couple of Dylan tunes. Maybe some Haitian music next week.

No news about the internet stream.

Catamount Community Radio, 10-12 Sunday mornings at 90.5 on the FM dial.

1. Al Green – Hot Wire
2. Eddie Bo – Eddie’s Gospel
3. Kaki King – Night After Sidewalk
4. Charlie Parker – The Hymn
5. Ben Allison – Green Al
6. Nick Lowe – The Other Side of the Coin
7. Errol Garner – The Coffee Song
8. Frank Sinatra – Summer Wind
9. Benny Goodman – Jim Dandy
10. Bob Dylan – Simple Twist of Fate
11. Branford Marsalis – Three Litte Words
12. Astor Piazzola – Oblivion
13. Carlos Henríquez – Cuchifrito
14. Duke Ellington – Now, Ain’t It?
15. Etta James – A Sunday Kind of Love
16. Bill Charlap – Not a Care in the World
17. Irwin Mayfield (w/ Wynton Marsalis) – Blue Dawn
18. Chico Buarque – Ate 2 feira
19. Joel Frahm – Pennies from Heaven
20. Bob Marley – Jammin’
21. Irwin Mayfield (w/ Ellis Marsalis) – Mo’ Better Blues
22. Victor Goines – Pres’ New Clarinet
23. Ella Fitzgerald – Solitude
24. Ellington - Sittin’ and a Rockin’
25. Al Green – Back Up Train
26. Bill Frisell – Big Shoe
27. Bob Dylan – You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome when You Go
28. Ben Webster – Single Petal of a Rose

Irwin Mayfield

Jul. 13th, 2016


Michigan / North Carolina

On a whim I decided to take a "Test Your Knowledge of Michigan Slang" test on the internet. Even though I guessed on one question, I still scored a 100%.

Here's the thing, though: I lived more-or-less the first half of my life in Michigan; let's say 1962 to 1988 (26 years). The second half of my life, 1989 to the present (2016) I have lived in North Carolina. (27 years). The figures are rounded off, and I would bet that if one really studied my history and did the math, it would be be very close to 50/50, as I was born in December of 1962 and moved here in the fall of 1988. I'm too lazy to do the math right now.

The strange thing is is that, rather than feeling at home in both states, I feel like a stranger in each. My ear is no longer accustomed to the Michigan accent; in fact, when I went to my 25th high school reunion a few years ago, I couldn't help but reflect on how odd my former classmates sounded. But here, when I open my mouth people know that I'm not "native."

In the South, especially in the country, you just wave "hey" to people, even if you don't know them: it's a formality, a socially prescribed norm. To do otherwise would be to be perceived as rude. I kinda like it. So I'm in Northern Michigan, in my hometown, and I've been sledding with my daughter and my dog, and we are getting back into the car, when a pick-up truck rolls by. Instinctively, I wave, and surprisingly, the driver stops, because he wants to know if something is wrong or if I need help. How do I explain to him that I was just waving because I'm from down south and that is what we do?

At the same time I feel like I can never be a true southerner. I can't even explain why. I talk funny, I don't like sweet tea. I don't care about barbecue. (I didn't even know what it was as a Michigander). I don't give a shit about the Atlanta Braves or Alabama football. This reasoning is obviously superficial, but it is a start.

Then up in Mancelona, MI, my hometown, I start noticing confederate flags. WTF? I guess it's a symptom of alienation, and anger, based on economic issues beyond peoples' control. People are not flying it as a racist statement; they're flying it as a mere act of defiance.

I make a decent living; I have a good job. Maybe my questions of identity are frivolous in the grand scheme of things.

Jul. 10th, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - July 10, 2016

I don't know if it is narcissism or if I do it in a genuine spirit of self-evaluation, but I normally tape half or so of the radio show on cassette and listen back to it later. Well, today I forgot the boom box at home (I usually keep it at my office) and didn't tape the show. Which is OK.

Then I record another radio show right over the top of the cassette a month later: I just can't keep buying cassettes.

When I die, I will definitely leave behind an archive or radio shows, but it will be by no means be a complete set. I like to imagine some great grandchild discovering the tapes, figuring out how to play them, and getting a little kick out of it.

1. Ulf Wakenius – Believe, Beleft, Below
2. John Coltrane – I Love You
3. Eleni Mandell – Magic Summertime
4. Sun Ra – Bassism
5. Gal Costa – Aquele frere axé
6. Bob Dylan – Spirit on the Water
7. Jewels & Binoculars – Spirit of the Water
8. Randy Newman – Jolly Coppers on Parade
9. Christian McBride & Roy Hargrove
10. Cedar Walton – Seven Minds
11. Bing Crosby – In the Cool, Cool of the Evening
12. Dan the Automator – Steeeplechase Avnue (Sittin’ on 22’s)
13. The Jewels – This is my Story
14. Ted Nash – Something for Nash
15. Oscar Peterson – The Shiek of Araby
16. King Tubby – Book of Numbers Dub
17. Bunny Wailer – Bide Up
18. Peter Beets – Nigerian Marketplace
19. Hugh Masakela – Grazing in the Grass
20. Marc Ribot – Fat Man Blues
21. The Coasters – Zing! Went the Strings of my Heart
22. Henry Mancini – Something for Cat
23. Michael Blake Trio – Careless Love
24. Peter Blegvad – Crumb de la Crumb
25. Maceo Parker – Simply Tooley
26. Omer Avital – New Song

Jul. 3rd, 2016


Catamount Community Radio - July 3, 2016

1. Ted Nash – Lujon
2. Duke Elliington – The Feeling of Jazz
3. Diana Krall – Simple Twist of Fate
4. Clifford Jordan – Glass Bead Games
5. Brad Mehldau – Dreamsvillle
6. Kaki King – Carmine King
7. Dave Alvin – Surfer Girl
8. Hamton Hawes – You and the Night and the Music
9. Billie Holiday – What’s New
10. Duke Ellington – Harlem Air Shaft
11. Marc Ribot – Pensando
12. The Five Stairsteps – OOH Child
13. Fanga – Knoni (fragment)
14. Ben Allison – Goin’ Back
15. Willie Nelson – American Tune
16. John Coltrane – My Ideal
17. Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings – This Land is Your Land
18. George Benson – Benson’s Rider
19. Wynton Marsalis – Big Butter and Egg Man
20. The Martinis – Bullseye
21. Simon & Garfunkel – America
22. Chuck Berry – Promised Land
23. Marvin Hamlish – Solace (Scott Joplin)
24. Professor Longhair – Big Chief
25. Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Sugar Plum
26. James Brown – America is my Home
27. Sonny Rollins Blues n’ Boogie
28. Lyte Funkie Ones – Summer Girls

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