Larry Fuller, Kendrick Scott & More

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This week we open with veteran jazz bassist and long-time educator Dave Zinno with music off his newest CD Stories Told. Then we profile the Iowa-based group Heartland Trio and dig the sounds of the Detroit Tenors. From there, we get into some new jazz from Jeff Pifher, Warren Galea and Jan Geijtenbeek. We look into the music and life of Canadian cat Mike Allen, some tasty new stuff from Kendrick Scott and wrap it all up old school with Cab Calloway.


  • Dave Zinno "Neurótico" Stories Told (Whaling City Sound) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:25
  • Diane Schuur "For Once in My Life " I Remember Your (Jazzheads) 8:16
  • Heartland Trio "Red Giant Phase" Year One(Heartland Trio) 10:57
  • Host talks 12:01
  • Detroit Tenors "Two by Four"Detroit Tenors (Detroit Tenors) 17:08
  • Jeff Pifher And Socrates' Trial "All The Little Things" Alternate Futures Past Realities (Jeff Pifher) 22:12
  • Host talks 29:33
  • Waren Galea "Synesthesia"The Odyssey (Warren Galea) 30:38/li>
  • Jan Geijtenbeek "Annie's Waltz" Self-Titled (Jan Geijtenbeek) 36:06
  • Host talks 40:50
  • Larry Fuller "Fried Pies" Overjoyed (Capri Records) 41:24
  • Mike Allen "Big Bertha" Just Like Magic (Cellar Live) 45:25
  • Host talks 51:18
  • Kendrick Scott Oracle "Windows" A Wall Becomes a Bridge (Blue Note) 52:15
  • Host talks 54:10
  • Cab Calloway "Hey Hey Now"The Best of Jazz (Broken Audio) 54:44

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