Jazz

Interview with John Penny and Charlie Riddle and recorded selections of Lucille Clifton, Charlie Hunter and the Art Ensemble of Chicago.

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This week, we’ve got an opening oldie set peppered with a few more recent acquisitions, a Bob Blank-produced Lydia Lunch swing instrumental and both Kid Creole and Dr. Buzzard in the Sherwood B. Funn hour, and 4 non-Lollipop-related tracks-in-a-row by artists previously featured in the LOTW, as well as a rare girl Lollipop… Brave Combo’s, to be specific. Pol-skaaaaa!!

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During the first half hour of the show I played new music from Matt Slocum, Tobias Gebb, Paul Meyers, Erica Lindsay Sumi Tonooka, and Gia Notte. Then we celebrated the last hour of Mardis Gras with music from New Orleans musicians, including Nicolas Payton, Ellis Marsalis, and more….

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Belatedly celebrating the Lover’s Holiday…Valentine’s Day. Lots of love music for young and old lovers alike.

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Helping a good girl go bad; I, Ghoul: Robert Goulet; a request for MORE TRUMPETS; and a (final?) request for Tom Clay! Catch it now before its gone!

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hosted by J. Otis Powell!

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Our RSST run-up to Skalentine’s Day has Tommy McCook introducing the night’s proceedings with his rocksteady take on The World Needs Love,
a song called Sock It To Me Baby by no less than The Valentines(!) a Sherwoodian left-turn detour into the love of video game soundtracks (Harry Hosono’s arrangement of Galaga), and a back-on-track SEVEN Lollipops in a row, including three that Ernest Ranglin played on! The Rico/TSPO collab L-O-V-E also gets reprised before the show concludes. That’s amore!

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