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What in the Bag?

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Welcome to "What's in the Bag?," where Pat pulls out a few vinyl discoveries—some reissues, some crate finds—for Mike and him to dissect. It's kind of a continuing feature on the show when we run out of other things to discuss, and is not to be confused with "What's in the Box?" where the contents are always Gwyneth Paltrow's head and a scratched copy of Duke Ellington's Greatest Hits. Our selections include a recent RSD release of live Ahmad Jamal, who unfortunately passed between programing the show and actually recording it, an the oddest selection includes performance on the Tome VI, the Doomsday Machine, and the Envelope, so there's that to look forward to.

  • Discussion of Art Pepper and Chet Baker's album Picture of Heath (Pacific Jazz) 4:25
  • Discussion of the Clark Terry's album Color Changes (Candid) 23:30
  • Discussion of Ahmad Jamal's album Emerald City Nights, Volume 1 (Jazz Detective) 36:25
  • Discussion of Gil Melle's album Tome VI (Verve) 52:30
  • Discussion of Steve Eliovson's album Dawn Dance (ECM) 1:05:19
  • Pop Matters 1;15:14

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May 2023



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