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LC Tribute

This week's podcast pays tribute to guitarist extroadinaire, Larry Coryell. While best known for his contribution to jazz rock fusion, Coryell was a master of all styles of guitar playing. This playlist demonstrates his wide ranging abilities in a variety of musical settings. Coryell passed away suddenly last week at age 73. His artistry and virtuosity will be missed. 

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Playlist
Artist ~ Track ~ Album
Larry Coryell ~ The Great Escape ~ Barefoot Boy
Larry Coyell ~ Improvisation on "Bolero" ~ Bolero
Larry Coryell ~ Fantasy in D ~ Cedars of Avalon
Larry Coryell ~ Naima ~ Monk, Trane, Miles & Me
Larry Coryell ~ Bumpin' on Sunset ~ The Power Trio (Live in Chicago)
Larry Coryell ~ Rene's Theme ~ Spaces
Larry Coryell ~ The Dragon's Gate ~ Spaces Revisited
Larry Coryell ~ She's Leaving Home ~ Tricycles
The Eleventh House ~ Birdfingers ~ Introducing the Eleventh House
The Eleventh House ~ Low-Lee-Tah ~ Introducing the Eleventh House
The Eleventh House ~ Right On Y'all ~ Introducing the Eleventh House
Frank Varela ~ Angelina Park ~ Grandma's Revenge

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Starting with a Coltrane classic, we follow with new music from young players Noah Preminger and Emmet Cohen. Trumpeters Peyton, Henderson, Weiss are up next. Then we get into something different with a vocal ensemble from McFerrin, Indian Fusion from Shakti and R&B fusion from Glasper. 

Featured Album

David Weiss & Point of Departure - Wake Up Call

Playlist
Artist ~ Track ~ Album
John Coltrane ~ 26-2 ~ Coltrane's Sound
Noah Preminger ~ A Change is Gonna Come ~ Meditaions on Freedom
Emmet Cohen ~ If This Isn't Love ~ Masters Legacy Series Volume 1
Les McCann & Eddie Harris ~ Cold Duck Time ~ Swiss Movement
Nicholas Payton ~ The Crimson Touch ~ Into the Blue
Eddie Henderson ~ Morning Song ~ Collective Portrait
Eddie Henderson ~ Beyond Forever ~ Collective Portrait
David Weiss & Point of Departure ~ Gazelle ~ Wake Up Call
David Weiss & Point of Departure ~ Sanctuary ~ Wake Up Call
Bobby McFerrin ~ Say Ladao ~ Vocabularies
Shakti with John McLaughlin ~ Get Down and Sruti ~ Natural Elements
Rale Micic ~ Hotel Insomnia ~ Night Music
Robert Glasper Experiment ~ Tell Me A Bedtime Story ~ ArtScience

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Snow Blues

After hearing tracks inspired by the snow storm here in New England, we get down to some serious New Orleans Second Line blues from Wynton Marsalis. The Majesty of the Blues takes us through the death and resurection of jazz music. 

Featured album

Wynton Marsalis - The Magesty of the Blues

Playlist
Artist ~ Track ~ Album
Greg Abate ~ Snowfall ~ Motif
Tineke Postma ~ Before the Snow ~ The Dawn of Light
Joshua Redman Quartet ~ Second Snow ~ Spirit of the Moment: Live At Village Vanguard
Alon Nechushtan ~ Snow-Flow ~ Venture Bound
Wynton Marsalis ~ Winter Wonderland ~ A Jazzy Wonderland
Wynton Marsalis ~ The Death of Jazz ~ The Majesty of the Blues
Wynton Marsalis ~ Premature Autopsies (sermon) ~ The Majesty of the Blues
Wynton Marsalis ~ Oh, But On The Third Day (Happy Feet Blues) ~ The Majesty of the Blues
The Jimmy McGriff and Hank Crawford Quartet ~ Frame for the Blues ~ Blues Groove

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After opening with a classic Freddie Hubbard track, we are joined by Noah Preminger to talk about the making of his latest release of protest songs, Meditations on Freedom. Also featured are new albums by Mark Whitfield, The Curtis Brothers and Theo Bleckman.

Playlist
Artist ~ Track ~ Album
Freddie Hubbard ~ Red Clay ~ Red Clay
(Noah Preminger Interview)
Noah Preminger ~ Only A Pawn in Their Game ~ Meditations on Freedom
Noah Preminger ~ Just The Way It Is ~ Meditations on Freedom
Mark Whitfield ~ The Socrates ~ Grace
Frank Varela ~ Giant Steps ~ Grandma's Revenge
Curtis Brothers Quartet ~ Yes or No ~ Syzygy
Curtis Brothers Quartet ~ Syzygy ~ Syzygy
Theo Bleckman ~ Fields ~ Elegy
Theo Bleckman ~ The Mission ~ Elegy

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