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Spanning the World

Jazz spans the world in this podcast. Beginning with a composition by Jackie McLean inspired by Ghana. Miguel Zenon speaks to the Puerto Rican culture and assimilating into the American jazz scene. Bassist Ehud Ettun brings an Israeli influence to his jazz trio. A Miles classic is covered with a heavy classical Indian influence. There is some great straight ahead jazz tunes here as well.

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Identities Are Changeable - Miguel Zenón on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Appointment in Ghana ~ Vin Scialla, Eric Schugren & Brian Charette ~ Wake Up!
Days Gone By ~ Steve Davis ~ For Real
To Wisdom the Prize ~ Eddie Henderson ~ Precious Moment
First Language ~ Miguel Zenon ~ Identities are Changeable
Erev Mul Gilad ~ Ehud Ettun Trio ~ Raw Gestures
Seascape ~ Kenny Barron & Dave Holland ~ The Art of Conversation
So What ~ Various ~ Miles from India

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Miles Davis and some fusion classics are featured in this eclectic podcast. Dig how the 1958 recording of Love for Sale fits seamlessly with these electric jazz/rock masterpieces.

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In a Silent Way - Miles Davis on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Love for Sale ~ Miles Davis ~ 1958 Miles
Shhh/Peaceful ~ Miles Davis ~ In a Silent Way
125th Street Congress ~ Weather Report ~ Sweetnighter
Watermelon Man ~ Herbie Hancock ~ Headhunters

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Jazz in the City

Art Blakey kicks things off before reviewing some great new music from musicians we saw this week in my travels to New York and Boston. Art Blakey surely was one of the great inspirations to today's modern jazz artists. Here are some of those creative musicians that you can catch live on the East Coast (US) and touring around the world.

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Pariah Anthem - Nicole Zuraitis on iTunes

Track ~ Artist ~ Album
One By One ~ Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers ~ Ugetsu
Give ~ Julian Shore ~ Filaments
Morgantown ~ Noah Preminger ~ Haymaker
Checkmate ~ Jason Palmer ~ Songbook
To the Hive ~ Nicole Zuraitis ~ Pariah Anthem
Shambleau ~ Tom Guarna ~ Rush
It Don't Mean a Thing ~ Helen Sung ~ Anthem for a New Day
Never Let Me Go ~ Helen Sung ~ Anthem for a New Day
Wake Up ~ Vin Scialla, Eric Schugren, Brian Charette, Mike Dirubbo ~ Wake Up!
Sap ~ Ken Fowser & Behn Gillece ~ Little Echo

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McCoy T

Classic John Coltrane Quartet to begin this show. This inspires a pair of tunes from Trane's incomperable pianist McCoy Tyner. We cool things down with a slow burn from guitarist Grant Green. Then the intensity is kicked back up with sax wizard Walt Weiskopf and vibe player Behn Gillece.

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Song for My Lady - McCoy Tyner in iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
The Night Has a Thousand Eyes ~ John Coltrane ~ Coltrane Sound
Song for My Lady ~ McCoy Tyner ~ Song for My Lady
Ruby My Dear ~ McCoy Tyner ~ Trident
Idle Moments ~ Grant Green ~ Idle Moments
Like Mike ~ Walt Weiskopf ~ Overdrive
Back To Back ~ Ken Fowser and Behn Gillece

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A podcast of new music influenced by rock and fusion of days past. Electric guitar trio from Janek Gwizdala kicks things off. Next a couple of Stevie Wonder compositions with a unique arrangement of Sir Duke by SF Jazz Collective. Joshua Kwassman has a prog rock feel. Bill Frisell reaches back to 60's rock. Rez Abassi brings back a Herbie classic and Hiromi rocks us out.

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Motion Picture - Janek Gwizdala on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Beachwood Canyon ~ Janek Gwizdala ~ Motion Picture
Love's In Need of Love Today ~ Stevie Wonder ~ Songs in the Key of Life
Sir Duke ~ SF Jazz Collective ~ Music of Stevie Wonder
We Were Kids ~ Joshua Kwassman ~ Songs of the Brother Spirit
Turn, Turn, Turn ~ Bill Frisell ~ Guitar in the Space Age
Butterfly ~ Rez Abbasi Acoustic Quartet ~ Intents & Purposes
Seeker ~ Hiromi ~ Alive

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CT Tribute

A tribute to the late Clark Terry begins this podcast with a cookin' CT quartet featuring Theloneous Monk. That is followed by a lush sounding octet from Clark's Color Changes album. The rest of the podcast features great new music from lesser known but great talented artists like Walt Weiskopf Jovan Alexandre, Duane Eubanks Ehud Ettun and Adam Birnbaum.

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Overdrive - Walt Weiskopf on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
In Orbit ~ Clark Terry ~ In Orbit
No Problem ~ Clark Terry ~ Color Changes
Nahstye Blues ~ Clark Terry ~ Color Changes
The Path is Narrow ~ Walt Weiskopf ~ Overdrive
Waltz for Dad ~ Walt Weiskopf ~ Overdrive
To Music ~ Jovan Alexandre ~ Collective Consciousness
Rosey ~ Duane Eubanks ~ Things of that Particular Nature
Beer and Water ~ Duane Eubanks ~ Things of that Particular Nature
Babylon ~ Ehud Ettun Trio ~ Raw Gestures
Binary ~ Adam Birnbaum ~ Three of a Mind

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Zapped

Some new music by a new young trumpeter Josh Bruneau kicks off this week's show. We follow that with an out-there track from Branford Marsalis, funked up tune by Joshua Redman and a spaced out rocker from guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel. We wrap up the show with a 3 song set from the unique mind of Frank Zappa.

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Apostrophe (') - Frank Zappa on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Bright Ideas ~ Joshua Bruneau Septet ~ Bright Ideas
Endymion ~ Branford Marsalis Quartet ~ Four MFs Playin' Tunes
Jazz Crimes ~ Joshua Redman ~ Elastic
Gamma Band ~ Kurt Rosenwinkel ~ Star of Jupiter
Inca Roads ~ Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention ~ One Size Fits All
Cosmik Debris ~ Frank Zappa ~ Apostrophe (')
Montana ~ Frank Zappa ~ Over-Night Sensation

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Jazz Grammy

This show features a set from Chick Corea's Grammy winning album Trilogy. But, first up is a soulful groove from The Jazz Crusaders. We finish up a with trio of new recordings from some great modern jazz guitarists, Rez Abbasi, Julian Lage and Bill Frisell.

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Trilogy - Chick Corea Trio on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Freedom Sound ~ The Jazz Crusaders ~ Freedom Sound
Fingerprints ~ Chick Corea Trio ~ Trilogy
Spain ~ Chick Corea Trio ~ Trilogy
Black Market ~ Rez Abbasi Acoustic Quartet ~ Intents and Purposes
Missouri ~ Julian Lage ~ Worlds Fair
Reflections from the Moon ~ Bill Frisell ~ Guitar in the Space Age

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Science Fiction

A duet from two of the greatest living jazz artists, Kenny Barron and Dave Holland, begin this weeks podcast. Preminger, Garcia, Kamaguchi cover a tune from Ornette's Science Fiction, then Coleman's own Street Women. We finish with a set from John McLaughlin from the past to the present.

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The Complete Science Fiction Sessions - Ornette Coleman on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
In Walked Bud ~ Kenny Barron & Dave Holland ~ The Art of Conversation
Law Years ~ Masa Yamaguchi, Rob Garcia, Noah Preminger ~ Background Music
Street Women ~ Ornette Coleman ~ Science Fiction
Source Code ~ Tineke Postma ~ Sonic Halo
Peace One ~ John McLaughlin ~ My Goals Beyond
One Word ~ Mahavishnu Orchestra ~ Birds of Fire
You Know You Know ~ John McLaughlin & The 4th Dimension ~ The Boston Record

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The Pocket

The featured album this week is from Connecticut native Phil Bowler with his debut recording as a leader. His group Pocket Jungle definitely plays 'in the pocket'. We start out the podcast with a beautiful duet from Laurence Hobgood playing a piano/bass duet with the late great Charlie Haden. The "Made in CT" theme continues with new music from Jovan Alexandre and Joshua Bruneau. Great sax player Joshua Redman (James Farm) and Joe Henderson are also heard on this show.

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Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle - Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle on iTunes


Track ~ Artist ~ Album
When The Heart Dances ~ Laurence Hobgood & Charlie Haden ~ When The Heart Dances
The Set-Up ~ Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle ~ Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle
Time Released ~ Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle ~ Phil Bowler & Pocket Jungle
Mr. E ~ James Farm ~ City Folk
Red Blues ~ Jovan Alexandre ~ Collective Consciousness
The Owl Shop ~ Joshua Bruneau Septet ~ Bright Idea
Short Story ~ Joe Henderson ~ In 'N Out

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