Jazz

A big thanks to Bill from Mostly Jazz, for sitting in while I was on vacation. It was a B-3-Centric show as Bill played tunes by Charles Earland, Jack McDuff, Lee Morgan, Jimmy Smith, Mike LeDonne, Larry Young, and Charles Mingus

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Labor Day weekend…

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The Linguini Cinema, RCA’s Living Series, and a LOVE-IN with Hitler.

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ALLRIGHT RICHMOND VIRGINIA!! IS THIS OR IS THIS NOT THE ROCK AND ROLL CAPITOL OF VIRGINIA???? Wading through, hanging ten, and spending some very special moments with Paul Stanley

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9/2 in a nutshell… The highlight of the oldies set was a salute to 2Tone, with deep tracks, hits and alternate takes alike, from The Selecter to The Specials to the producer of their debut album, Elvis Costello (but on Columbia, which issued Human Touch on the Get Happy! LP). Sherweird inserted a delightfully bizarre Kev Hopper track into his set, and spiced the rest of the hour up with exotic vibraphones, Latin big bands, (Shiina) Ringo-nalia and jazzy Godzilla composer Masaru Sato. Back on the bridge of the Rocket Ship, the 4@4 dealt with Love In Trouble, the ever-brave Brave Combo gave us a Lolli-Pol-Ska, and Jennifer Davis of St. Petersburg Ska-Jazz Review was Too Good To Be True. What can I say? She’s cool like dat. So’s the weather these days. Are you feelin’ a change in the air? Brrrrrr! OK, I exaggerate…

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This week we had another two-fer. Two bands for the price of NONE.

First off – "22 Chemicals" and then the second hour was "Battle Napkin"

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See play list below

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Today’s tunes included performances by Stan Getz, Miles Davis, Hank Mobley, Cyrus Chestnut, Billie Holiday, and a tenor battle between Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt. not to forget Mingus and Sun Ra. I also played new music from Esperanza Spalding and Mauricio de Sauza.

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