Jimmy Cobb, John Coltrane and more

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We launch this week's episode with music with veteran tenor sax cat Lawrence Clark and music off his latest CD Inner Visions. From there, we move to one of his mentors Rashied Ali and go onto the legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb with a cut off his recent album This I Dig of You. We then profile NYC jazz singer Lisa Gary and listen to the talented Leonisa Ardizzone who is back after a 10-year hiatus from the jazz world. From there, we hear the talented NYC group Verve Jazz Ensemble, Kansas City Poet Jen Harris with The Sextet and close the proceedings with the mighty John Coltrane.


  • Lawrence Clark "Freedom" Inner Visions (Zen-Z Records) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:51
  • Rashied Ali Quintet "Flight 643 " Judgement Day Vol. 2 (London Records) 7:29
  • Jimmy Cobb "Full House" This I Dig of You(Smoke Sessions) 13:33
  • Host talks 19:43
  • Lisa Gary "Perfect World" Goin' Your Way (Lisa Gary) 21:53
  • Leonisa Ardizzone "This I Dig of You" Leonisa Ardizzone Quartet (The Leonisa Ardizzone Quartet) 25:54
  • Host talks 30:33
  • Chuck Mangione "Love Bug Boogie" Best Of (Columbia/Legacy) 31:34/li>
  • Host talks 31:58
  • Verve Jazz Ensemble "Night Mode" Night Mode (The Verve Jazz Ensemble) 37:08
  • Host talks 42:28
  • The Sextet with Jen Harris Trio "Move On" Single (Sextet Inc.) 43:53
  • Host talks 54:06
  • John Coltrane "You Say You Care"Jazz Masters (Blue Note Records) 54:39

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