Phil Woods, Tito Puente and More

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This week we start with a cat straight outta Cuba. Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez does his magic on the drums with his Italuba Big Band followed by the great Dizzy Gillespie and Tito Puente. We then hear a mix of Django Reinhardt, Melissa Aldana and Longineu Parsons. We profile the great Montreal cat Jacques Kuba Séguin and the talented South Korean-born Pureum Jin. As the show begins to wind down, we feature Miles Brown and Putte Wickman to round out the hour full of music.


  • Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez "Last Minute" Italuba Big Band (Bis Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:30
  • Dizzy Gillespie "Left Hand Corner " Live in Stereo at Chester PA. June 14 1957 (Jazz Hour) 7:25
  • Tito Puente "Ran Kan Kan" 10 De Colección(Sony Music Latin) 9:50
  • Host talks 12:46
  • The Quintet of The Hot Club of France "Avalon"Souveniers (Verve) 13:33
  • Melissa Aldana "Perdon" Visions (Motema Music) 16:29
  • Host talks 20:03
  • Longineu Parsons "One for Daddy-O" Work Song (Tribal Records) 20:46/li>
  • Jacques Kuba Séguin "I Remember Marie in April " Migrations (Odd Sound) 24:32
  • Host talks 31:53
  • Douye' "Blue Bossa"Blue Nova Deluxe (Rhombus Records) 33:16
  • Pureum Jin "Remembering Mr. Woods" The Real Blue (Cellar Live) 37:44
  • Host talks 43:45
  • Phil Woods "Five" The Ultimate Jazz Archive 32 -Swing to Bebop (Carinco AG) 44:51
  • Miles Brown "Three and One" Evolution of Body (MB Records) 49:04
  • Host talks 52:14
  • Putte Wickman "You Stepped Out of a Dream"Stockholm '81 (Gazell Records) 52:52

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