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Rahsaan

This is a listener inspired podcast. From a Facebook wall post, I was turned on to a Roy Haynes album, Out of the Afternoon, featuring an early Rahsaan Roland Kirk appearance. This led to a RRK set as well. All that is sandwiched in between an intense opener with Trombone Shorty, Matt Wilson and Noah Preminger, and ends with a gorgeous mellow set of Larry Willis and Vijay Iyer.

Featured Album

The Return Of The 5,000 Lb Man on amazon.com

Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Where Y' At ~ Trombone Shorty ~ Backatown Backatown (Bonus Track Version) - Trombone Shorty
Shooshabuster ~ Matt Wilson ~ That"s Gonna Leave A Mark That's Gonna Leave a Mark - Matt Wilson
Two Bass Hit ~ Matt Wilson ~ That"s Gonna Leave A Mark That's Gonna Leave a Mark - Matt Wilson
Abreaction ~ Noah Preminger ~ Before the Rain Before the Rain - Noah Preminger
Snap Crackle ~ Roy Haynes Quartet ~ Out of the Afternoon Out of the Afternoon - Roy Haynes Quartet
If I Should Lose You ~ Roy Haynes Quartet ~ Out of the Afternoon Out of the Afternoon - Roy Haynes Quartet
Theme for the Eulipians ~ Rahsaan Roland Kirk ~ The Return of the 5,000 lb Man The Return of the 5000 Lb. Man - Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Giant Steps ~ Rahsaan Roland Kirk ~ The Return of the 5,000 lb Man The Return of the 5000 Lb. Man - Rahsaan Roland Kirk
My One and Only Love ~ Rahsaan Roland Kirk ~ Compliments of the Mysterious Phantom Compliments Of The Mysterious Phantom - Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Ethiopia ~ Larry Willis ~ The Offering The Offering - Larry  Willis
Entropy and Time ~ Vijay Iyer ~ Tirtha Tirtha - Vijay Iyer, Prasanna & Nitin Mitta

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  • Jeff Hazan

    Dear In-the -Grove,

    Please note that there is something very wrong with your podcast downloads lately. They keep increasing the download time exponentually to impossible levels. I hope you can repair this problem soon because I appreciate and miss downloading your wonderful podcasts. sioncerely, Jeff Hazan

    Apr 11, 2011 at 11:56 am
  • Ken Laster

    Jeff, The podcast (and apparently Podbean in general) experiences very heavy download volumes Sunday and Monday. I believe this effect download speeds. I have seen it happen as well, and all I can suggest is waiting till mid week to download the show when you will find the speeds increase significantly. It’s kind of beyond my control other than finding another podcast hosting company. Podbean has actually been the best host I have had in the 5 years I have been publishing this podcast, except for the occasional times that download speeds have been intolerably slow. In my experience those times have been the exception, not the rule.

    Apr 11, 2011 at 7:32 pm
  • Aaron

    Another great show! Wonder if you could link to Amazon too for the music? Sometimes it can be significantly cheaper, not to mention that they also sell “Hi-Fi” CDs…

    Apr 13, 2011 at 3:44 am
  • Aaron

    Regarding podcasts, they seem to download without problem in iTunes. Perhaps, I don’t notice when there is a delay, but they always show up around the weekend.

    Apr 13, 2011 at 3:46 am