Miles Davis & Erroll Garner

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This week we open with an illuminating conversation with legendary percussionist Munyungo Jackson in which we also touched upon his mentor Miles Davis. We then feature music by Kansas City saxophonist Todd Wilkinson and new releases by Michael Wolff and Kat Vokes, whom we interviewed a few days ago. Thanks for listening!


  • Munyungo Jackson "4 AM" Morning Sun (Djembe Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:57
  • Miles Davis "Dr. Jackle" Milestones (Columbia/Legacy) 6:50
  • Senri Oe "Re_Vision" Hmmm (Sony Music Direct) 12:36
  • Host talks 16:18
  • Lucky Thompson "Seven Boppin' the Blues"Remastered (SendDigital) 16:50
  • Todd Wilkinson "A Flock of Beagles" On Ice (Artist Recording Collective) 19:53
  • Host talks 24:41
  • Craig Raymond and the Next Generation Big Band "Street of Dreams" Straight Ahead (Star Satellite Records) 26:05
  • Michael Wolff "Chill" Bounce (Sunnyside) 29:49
  • Host talks 33:36
  • Charlie Barnet "Washington Whirlgig" Essential Vol. 5 (Fantastic Voyage) 34:06
  • Kat Vokes "Ballad to Follow" Clockwork (Ropeadope) 37:29
  • Host talks 42:13
  • Erroll Garner "The Coffee Song" Up in Erroll's Room (Mack Avenue Records) 43:14
  • Gabe Terracciano "Alfie's Lullaby" In Flight (Red Piano Records) 47:10
  • Host talks 52:00
  • Audrey Ochoa "Swamp Castles"Frankenhorn (Chronograph Records / Fontana North) 53:05

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