Worktime, One Step Beyond and Questions

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Charenee Wade starts us off offering wisdom, followed by questions posed by Jimmy Raney, Danny Grissett, Kenny Werner, John Ellis & Tal Farlow. Then, a major Sonny Rollins celebration with tracks from his monumental Worktime recording. We've also got a Jazz Times 'Top 50 of all time' alto sax session from Jackie McLean. More? Of course: Cassandra Wilson & The Fat Babies (doing Hoagy Carmichael), Brad Mehldau, J.J. Johnson & Ferenc Snetberger. Do enjoy the show!

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  • Charenee Wade "I Think I'll Call It Morning" from Offering (Motema) 00:00
  • Jimmy Raney "What Is This Thing Called Love" from Raney 81 (Criss Cross) 04:24
  • Danny Grissett "How Deep Is the Ocean" from The In-Between (Criss Cross) 10:53
  • Kenny Werner "What?" from Animal Crackers (Pirouet) 20:04
  • John Ellis "Won't You Be My Neighbor" from It's You I Like (Criss Cross) 24:53
  • Tal Farlow "How About You" from Tal (Verve) 28:47
  • Sonny Rollins "There's No Business Like Show Business" from Worktime (Prestige) 34:59
  • Sonny Rollins "Paradox" from Worktime (Prestige) 42:07
  • Sonny Rollins "Raincheck" from Worktime (Prestige) 46:57
  • Cassandra Wilson "Skylark" from New Moon Daughter (Blue Note) 53:04
  • The Fat Babies "Stardust" from 18th & Racine (Delmark) 57:53
  • Brad Mehldau "Mignon's Song" from The Art Of The Trio, Volume 1 (Warner Bros) 1:01:30
  • J.J. Johnson "Darling Je Vous Aime Beaucoup" from Complete Columbia J.J. Johnson Small Group Sessions (Mosaic) 1:09:17
  • Jackie McLean "Saturday And Sunday" from One Step Beyond (Blue Note) 1:15:13
  • Jackie McLean "Frankenstein" from One Step Beyond (Blue Note) 1:26:48
  • Jackie McLean "Ghost Town" from One Step Beyond (Blue Note) 1:34:18
  • Ferenc Snétberger "Fairytale" from Titok (ECM) 1:48:34

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