John Patitucci, Dick Oatts, Count Basie and More

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This week we focus on new releases and look for a unique perspective on this COVID-19 pandemic world. We hear from John Patitucci, Avram Fefer, Paul Jost and Marc Benham. This hour also features a host of legends and a special dedication to Chadwick Boseman.


  • John Patitucci with John Beasley "Sam Rivers" MONK'estra Plays John Beasley (Mack Avenue) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:40
  • Ray Brown and John Clayton "Swing Jig" Super Bass (Records) 6:34
  • Dick Oatts "Stella by Starlight" Standard Issue, Volume 2 (SteepleChase) 10:01
  • Host talks 22:35
  • Thad Jones and Mel Lewis "The Groove Merchant" LRC Jazz Sampler, Volume 3 (LRC Records) 24:07
  • Avram Fefer "Dean St. Hustle" Testament (Clean Feed) 29:24
  • Host talks 33:45
  • Archie Shepp and Horace Parlan "Back Water Blues" Trouble in Mind (Alto Edition / Steeplechase) 34:41
  • Paul Jost "Girl from the North Country" Girl from the North Country (Legacy Records) 37:19
  • Host talks 41:30
  • Joe Farrell "Skate Board Park" Skate Board Park (Elemental Music) 42:53
  • Marc Benham "On the Street Where You Live" Biotope (MB Records) 48:14
  • Host talks 52:09
  • Count Basie "Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball" 42 -The Soundtrack (Watertower Music) 53:32

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