Richie Goods, Ron Carter, McCoy Tyner and More

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This week we start with an interview with veteran bassist Richie Goods, before delving into new music from Christopher Hollyday and hear about his adventures at the Village Vanguard. Finally, we honor the late great McCoy Tyner.


  • Richie Goods "Eastern Joy Dance" My Left Hand Man: A Tribute to Mulgrew Miller (Richman Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 6:01
  • Mulgrew Miller "Elation" The Sequel (MAXJAZZ) 7:49
  • Ron Carter "Telephone" Heart & Soul (Timeless) 13:05
  • Host talks 16:14
  • Jimmy Mundy Orchestra "Fiesta in Brass"Big Band Jazz (Hindsight Records) 17:05
  • Christopher Hollyday "Text Tones" Dialogue (Jazzbeat Productions) 21:18
  • Host talks 25:33
  • Dizzy Gillespie "Theme from Cool World" Verve & Phillips Small Group Sessions (Verve Records) 26:38
  • Raquel Cepeda "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)" Latin Jazz (Raquel Cepeda Music) 31:44
  • Host talks 35:36
  • Ellis Marsalis "Mozartin" Whistle Stop (Columbia) 36:45
  • Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra "7th Ward Boogaloo" Jazz Party (Troubadour Jass Records) 41:13
  • Host talks 45:51
  • McCoy Tyner "You Stepped out of a Dream" Fly with the Wind (Unlimited Media) 46:31
  • Host talks 50:55
  • Artie Shaw and His Orchestra "Get Out of Town"Best Of (Acrobat Records) 51:40

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