Horace Silver, Herbie Hancock and More

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This week we start with a cat that has seen many jazz roads and is itching to get down many more, Bob Sheppard with a track off his latest CD The Fine Line. We then visit the world of Horace Silver and vibes cat Mike Dillon doing an Elliot Smith cover. We hear new material from drummer Dave Robbins and visit the music of Kansas City saxophonist Herschel McWilliams. From there, we hear Jack Sels, Milt Herth, Sheldon Pickering and Herbie Hancock. We wrap it all up with new material from Greg Murphy and Ben Flocks to wrap up show 609.


  • Bob Sheppard "Run Amok" The Fine Line/em> (Challenge Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:11
  • Horace Silver " Camouflage" The Jazz Collection (Revolver Records) 8:55
  • Mike Dillon "Independence Day" Functioning Broke(Royal Potato Family) 13:20
  • Host talks 16:25
  • Dave Robbins Sextet "Take Cinco"Joan of Art (Cellar Live) 17:20
  • Herschel McWilliams Trio "Take the A Train" Live (HM Music) 20:51
  • Host talks 26:33
  • Jack Sels Sextet "Rosetta" Best Of (Jack Sels Inc.) 27:42/li>
  • Host talks 31:58
  • Milt Herth "Pop Corn Man" Retrospecitve (Timeless Records) 32:40
  • Sheldon Pickering "This is Me" The Greatest Showman (Great Records) 35:36
  • Host talks 40:16
  • Herbie Hancock "Watermelon Man" Head Hunters (Columbia/Legacy) 41:05
  • Greg Murphy Trio "Street Cats" Bright Idea (Whaling City Sound) 47:13
  • Host talks 52:05
  • Ben Flocks "Muse's Mask"Mask of the Muse (West Cliff Records) 53:35

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