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Etienne Charles, Newk & More

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Etienne Charles plays Baton Rouge and, to mark the occasion, we track several selections from his forthcoming release, Carnival: The Sound of a People, Vol. 1. We also continue with our Sonny Rollins chronological celebration with tracks from his collaboration with the Modern Jazz Quartet. Pois não! There's more—classics & 21st century music. Enjoy the show!

Playlist

  • Andy Adamson "First Light" from First Light (Andros Music) 00:00
  • Etienne Charles "Dame Lorraine" from Carnival: The Sound of a People, Vol. 1 (Culture Shock) 05:37
  • Etienne Charles "Bois" from Carnival: The Sound of a People, Vol. 1 (Culture Shock) 12:34
  • Etienne Charles "Freedom" from Carnival: The Sound of a People, Vol. 1 (Culture Shock) 18:33
  • Pat LaBarbera "Here's to My Lady" from Deep in a Dream (Radioland) 24:07
  • Sarah Vaughan "Pennies from Heaven" from Swingin' Easy (EmArcy) 28:51
  • Sonny Rollins "Almost Like Being in Love" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 32:44
  • Sonny Rollins "No Moe" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 36:06
  • Sonny Rollins "In A Sentimental Mood" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 39:47
  • Fred Hersch "Doxy" from The Fred Hersch Trio Plays (Chesky) 43:27
  • Jim Hall/Pat Metheny "All the Things You Are" from Jim Hall/Pat Metheny (Telarc) 50:43
  • Herbie Hancock "Parade" from Quartet (Columbia) 57:39
  • Jacques Schwarz-Bart "Mi Shebeirach" from Hazzan (Enja) 1:05:25
  • Dave Kikoski "Cardboard" from Surf's Up (Criss Cross) 1:12:22
  • Kirk Knuffke "The Sphinx" from Cherryco (Steeplechase) 1:20:46
  • Bobby Hutcherson "Teddy" from Somewhere in the Night (Kind Of Blue) 1:26:33
  • Freddie Hubbard "Camel Rise" from High Energy (Columbia) 1:35:33
  • Michael Brecker "Slang" from Live in Helsinki, 1995 (Random Act) 1:42:31
  • Christine Corvisier "Found It!" from Reconnaissance (Unit Records) 1:48:43

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