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Catamount Community Radio - March 17, 2013

I really enjoyed bike riding with the issue yesterday; we're going on another ride today. I tightened up my rear disc brake, put air in our tires and oiled the chains. The issue has a sore knee and is cutting back on the running, thus her willingness to ride with me. She's strong, she pushes it up the hills while I tend to take my sweet time while ascending.

If you were to do some sort of data analysis to figure out which artists have played most frequently on the show over the years, certain names would certainly near the top: Sonny Rollins, Yusef Lateef, Oscar Peterson, Nick Lowe, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, and so on. I can almost guarantee you, though, that number one would be Duke Ellington. For me, the Duke of Ellington is endlessly interesting. Just imagine, playing stride piano in the twenties, leading the band at the Cotton Club in the thirties, and, in the sixties, jamming with John Coltrane. Three from Ellington today.

A set of Dinah Washington, including my favorite, "Fat Daddy" and her charming duet with Brook Benton, "Baby, You've Got What it Takes."

It won't be long and I'll be in New York, New York. I have tickets to see the James Moody Scholarship Benefit Concert & Celebration featuring, (I paste text cut from the WORLD WIDE WEB): pecial guest, Robert Klein, comedian, singer & actor

Andres Boiarsky, tenor sax
Tommy Campbell, drums
Sharel Cassity, alto & soprano sax
Bill Charlap, piano
Cyrus Chestnut, piano
Anat Cohen, flute & clarinet
Todd Coolman, bass
Paquito D'Rivera, clarinet & musical director
Greg Gisbert, tp.
Freddie Hendrix, tp.
John Lee, bass
Adam Nussbaum, drums
Renee Rosnes, piano
Gregory Porter, vocals
Yotam Silberstein, guitar
Gary Smulyan, bari sax
Steve Turre, tb.
Diego Urcola, tp.

I'm assuming that they are going to draw from this roster, not that everyone listed on it will play, but man, Bill Charlap, Cyrus Chestnut, Anat Cohen (whose records have been spinning a lot recently on this show), Adam Nussbaum, Spike's old man on the bass, a dude I met once met (Bari player Gary Smulyan - he encouraged me to attend his summer jazz camp!). Looking forward to it.

If you like your plenty rhythm, plenty swing, check out Catamount Community Radio, Sunday mornings, 10-12 (ET), on WWCU-FM, but not next week, since I'll be out of town.

1. Abdullah Ibrahim – Moniebah
2. Allen Toussaint – A Dear Old Southland
3. Lou Rawls – Dead End Street
4. Duke Ellington & John Coltrane – The Feeling of Jazz
5. Duke Ellington – Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
6. Duke Ellington – Pigeons and Peppers
7. Carmen McRae – Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
8. James Moody – Tin Tin Deo
9. Bill Frisell – Fifty Years
10. Dámaso Pérez Prado – Mambo #5
11. The Impressions – People Get Ready
12. Ike Quebec – If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight)
13. Matt Wilson – Happy Days Are Here Again
14. Orquesta Aragón – La comparsa
15. James Moody – County City Country
16. Dinah Washington – What a Difference a Day Made
17. Dinah Washington & Brook Benton – Baby, You’ve Got What it Takes
18. Dinah Washington – Fat Daddy
19. Dinah Washington – This Bitter Earth
20. Josetxo Goia – La luna y el toro
21. Benny Goodman – I Found a New Baby
22. Sonny Stitt & Oscar Peterson – I Can’t Give You Anything but Love
23. Francisco Céspedes – Drume negrita
24. Amadou & Mariam – M’bifé (balafon)
25. John Amutabi Nzenze – Angelike Twist
26. James Brown – James Brown’s Boog-a-loo
27. Maria Monte – Para mais ninguem
28. Marvin Hamlisch – Solace
29. Miharu Koshi – L’absinthe
30. Errol Garner – Fantasy on Frankie and Johnny
31. Andrew Hill - Invitation




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