John Yao, Chris Potter, Clark Terry and More

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This week we open with John Yao, one of the best kept secrets in the world of jazz, featuring his group Triceratops with a cut off his latest album How We Do. And best kept jazz secrets is one of the themes of this episode. We also look into the world of accomplished jazz cats Chris Potter, George Shearing and Clark Terry. One of our persistent themes is profiling the modern jazz musician for insights into the music they create and during this episode we look into the life of Colin Stranahan and Ted Quinlan. Dig it...

  • John Yao's Triceratops "Tea for T" How We Do (See Tao Recordings) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:40
  • Chris Potter "Jazzpar Suite 5 Ballad" This Will Be (Storyville Records) 6:10
  • Brian Scanlon "Brain Scan" Brain Scan (CD Baby) 9:46
  • Host talks 15:46
  • Toshiko Akiyoshi Lew Tabackin Big Band "Road Time Shuffle" Road Time (RCA Victor) 16:37
  • Stranahan-Zaleski-Rosato "Chorale" Live at Jazz Standard (Capri Records) 22:45
  • Host talks 31:27
  • Herbie Hancock "Watcha Waitin For" The Acoustic Collection (Columbia/Legacy) 32:57
  • George Shearing Sextet "My New Mambo" San Francisco Scene (Capitol) 38:47
  • Host talks 40:49
  • Clark Terry "The Globetrotter" The Globetrotter (Universe) 41:17
  • Ted Quinlan "Marks The Spot" Absolutely Dreaming (Independent) 46:18
  • Host talks 52:25
  • Beatle Jazz "The End" With a Little Help from Our Friends (Lightyear) 53:34
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