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Dave & McClenty's Road Trip, More Newk, A Vault Deep Dive & More


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Getting you revved up for Dave Stryker & McClenty Hunter visiting southern Louisiana (October 22nd at Chorum Hall in Baton Rouge; Oct 23rd at the Sandbar @ UNO and Oct 24th at Snug Harbor in New Orleans). Our Sonny Rollins celebration continues with tracks from Sonny Rollins + 4 (with Clifford Brown & Max Roach). And we do a deep dive into the vaults with the 1st jazz tune recorded employing the chord changes to "How High The Moon," the 1st commercial recording of HHTM, Bluenote 14 with trumpeter Frankie Newton & a taste of James P. Johnson tickling the ivories. Along the way, 21st century music from Lynne Arriale, Eric Reed, Michael Dease, Mike Reed (with Nicole Mitchell), Jeremy Pelt, Jazzmeia Horn & Kenny Barron. Enjoy the show!

Thanks to our top listeners of the week in: Strasbourg (France), Kiev (Ukraine) & Rome (Italy).

  • Kenny Barron "I'm Just Sayin'" from Concentric Circles (Blue Note) 00:00
  • Jazzmeia Horn "When I Say" from Love And Liberation (Concord) 06:39
  • Jeremy Pelt "Make Noise!" from Noir En Rouge (Live In Paris) (HighNote) 09:53
  • Mike Reed "Light On The Path" from Artifacts (482 Music) 15:12
  • Michael Dease "Good & Terrible" from All These Hands (Posi-Tone) 21:13
  • Dave Stryker "Soul Power" from Blue To The Bone IV (Steeplechase) 28:44
  • Dave Stryker "Move On Up" from Eight Track III (StrikeZone) 31:51
  • Dave Stryker "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" from Eight Track III (StrikeZone) 39:22
  • Eric Reed "Groovewise" from Groovewise (Smoke Sessions) 46:46
  • Sonny Rollins "Pent-Up House" from Sonny Rollins Plus 4 (Prestige) 57:45
  • Sonny Rollins "Valse Hot" from Sonny Rollins Plus 4 (Prestige) 1:07:14
  • Sonny Rollins "Kiss And Run" from Sonny Rollins Plus 4 (Prestige) 1:15:40
  • Coleman Hawkins "Bean At The Met" from Complete Keynote Recordings (Mercury) 1:22:57
  • Benny Goodman "How High The Moon" from 78 rpm single (Columbia) 1:26:39
  • Benny Goodman "The Fable Of The Rose" from 78 rpm single (Columbia) 1:29:32
  • Port of Harlem Jazzmen "Port Of Harlem Blues" from 78 rpm single (Blue Note) 1:32:33
  • Frankie Newton "After Hours Blues" from 78 rpm single (Blue Note) 1:38:06
  • Frankie Newton "Rosetta" from Classic James P. Johnson Sessions (1921-1943) (Mosaic) 1:42:36
  • James P. Johnson "Over The Bars" from Snowy Morning Blues (Decca) 1:45:57
  • Lynne Arriale "Finding Home" from Give Us These Days (Challenge) 1:48:51

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