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Hanksgiving - A Tribute to Hank Mobley - Part 2

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This year our seasonal Hanksgiving episodes celebrates a musician that is a cult figure in the world of saxophonists and fans of the Blue Note catalogue, saxophonist and composer Hank Mobley. The show features a mix of Hank Mobley's tuens and renditions of his work by peers that were attracted by his brand of jazz firmly grounded in the blues and R&B roots that he had mastered in the years that preceded his first engagement, with Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers.

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Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Hank Mobley "Soft Impressions" Straight No Filter (Blue Note) 0:16
  • Host talks 4:59
  • Eddie Roberts "Workout" Burn! (Lounge) 6:37
  • Host talks 11:21
  • Gianni Basso, Irio DePaula "Recado Bossa Nova" Recado Bossa Nova (Norma Blu) 13:04
  • Philip Catherine Trio "Funk in Deepfreeze" I Remember You (Criss Cross) 18:08
  • Host talks 26:01
  • Wood in di Fire "The Flip" Que Pasa (moanin') 27:00
  • James Spaulding "High Modes" Escapade (HighNote) 31:54
  • Cory Weeds Little Big Band "East of the Village" Explosion (Cellar Live) 38:38
  • Host talks 46:35
  • Ralph Lalama and His Manhattan All Stars "Third Time Around" Feelin and Dealin (Criss Cross) 48:24
  • Peter Bernstein "Breakthrough" Earth Tones (Criss Cross) 54:43
  • Eli Degibri "Split Feelings" Soul Station: A Tribute to Hank Mobley (Degibri Records) 1:00:48
  • Randy Sabien "Infra Rae" Rhythm and Bows (Fiddlehead) 1:04:39
  • Host talks 1:11:07
  • Hank Mobley "Uh Huh" Workout (Blue Note) 1:13:42

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