Greg Abate, Charlie Persip & Steve Grossman

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This week we open with the Greg Abate Quintet and then go on marking the Charlie Parker centennial. Champian Fulton has a new album honoring Bird, Birdsong and we hear her take on "Yardbird Suite." There are profiles of Kenny Washington, Daniel Hersog and Hal Galper. We also pay respects to musicians that left us in August 2020, including Charlie Persip and Steve Grossman. Long live Bird and enjoy the music.


  • Greg Abate Quintet "Tommyhawk" Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Candid) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:03
  • Champian Fulton "Yardbird Suite" Birdsong (Champian Records) 7:34
  • Tim Whitmer "Brookside Boogie" Single (TW Music) 13:34
  • Host talks 20:41
  • Charlie Parker "Now's the Time" Best of (Verve) 22:06
  • Kenny Washington "S'Wonderful" What's the Hurry (Lower 9th) 24:58
  • Host talks 28:11
  • Charles Persip "Trolley Song" Essential Jazz Masters (Timeless) 29:15
  • Daniel Hersog Orchestra "Indelible" Night Devoid of Stars (Cellar Live) 31:27
  • Host talks 38:15
  • Dizzy Gillespie "Swedish Suite" Greatest (Verve) 39:18
  • Pacific Mambo Orchestra "Pacific Mambo Dance" Pacific Mambo Dance (Pacific Mambo Records) 42:00
  • Host talks 45:31
  • George Shearing "Man from Minton's" The Early Years -1969 (Import Classics) 46:38
  • Hal Galper "Yellow Days" Ivory Forest (Enja) 48:55
  • Host talks 52:29
  • Steve Grossman "When I Fall in Love" Live at Cafe Praga (Treasures LTD.) 53:39

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