Wynton Marsalis, Herbie Hancock & More

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Straight outta San Francisco with his talented orchestra, Marcus Shelby opens this week's episode with music off his latest CD Transitions. We then move into the reason Marcus got into jazz and that would be the New Orleans titan Wynton Marsalis. The hour continues with Bonerama covering Led Zeppelin, Frank Grasso, Dennis Coffee and Etienne Charles. In between those jazz lines, we profile the lives of Kalya Ramu and Yoko Miwa. We finish it all up with the talent of Julian Lage at the guitar off his latest album Love Hurts.


  • Marcus Shelby Orchestra "Remember Rockefeller at Attica" Transitions (Marcus Shelby Orchestra) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:49
  • Wynton Marsalis "Root Groove " Essential (Sony) 6:40
  • Bonerama "The Crunge" PLlays Led Zeppelin(Basin Street) 10:17
  • Host talks 13:34
  • Frank Grasso Big Band "Breakthrough"Frank Grasso Big Band (Timeless Records) 14:22
  • Kalya Ramu "Little One" Living in a Dream (Kalya Ramu) 19:12
  • Host talks 22:11
  • Ella Fitzgerald "I've Got a Crush on You"Live in 1961 (Verve) 23:28/li>
  • Dennis Coffey "Kansas City" Down by the River (Detroit Music Factory) 26:00
  • Host talks 29:17
  • Cannonball Adderley "Come Sunday" Nippon Soul Live in Tokyo (Fantasy Records) 30:08
  • Yoko Miwa Trio "Boogie Stop Shuffle" Keep Talkin' (Ocean Blue Tear Music) 37:22
  • Host talks 43:36
  • Herbie Hancock "Circle" The Essential (Sony) 44:49
  • Etienne Charles "Bois" Carnival (Culture Shock Music Inc) 50:37
  • Host talks 52:31
  • Julian Lage "Tomorrow is the Question"Love Hurts (Mack Avenue) 53:35

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