July 2010 Rhythm and Grooves Archives

For my first show on Saturday, saxophonist Pat Mallinger came by to talk about his new album, DragonFish. The Chicago musician grew up in Saint Paul, and is busy in the Chicago area, including holding down the post midnight Saturday night spot at Chicago’s Green Mill. Also played tunes by The Jazz Crusaders, Louis Armstron, John Patton, Catherine Russell, Poncho Sanchez, and more…

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A mixed bag of jazz this morning, with new tunes from Curtis Fuller and Koplant No (out of Iowa City), Ernie Watts, classics by Coltrane, Shelly Manne, Miles, Mingus, and contemporary sounds from Bill Frisell, Nancy Harms, and Nick Haas. And more… * = New, # = Twin Cities artist

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Glen David Andrews, the New Orleans trombonist/singer, stopped by and played a couple of songs live in the studio. He’s playing tonight at the Dakota Streetfest. I also played tunes by Larry Young, Gerry Mulligan, Count Basie, Patty Cronheim, Mingus, and more….

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Irv Williams stopped by and talked a bit, in anticipation of his appearance on Sunday at the Lowertown Block Party. I also played music by Ben Sidran, Chet Baker, Hank Crawford, David Sanborn, Mingus, and more…

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A mixed bag today, as I played new music from Jared Gold, Curtis Fuller, Reynold Philipsek and Koplant No, and Christian Howes, as well as classics from Cannonball, Rollins Trane, Mingus, Charlie Christian, Ike Quebec, and Billie Holiday.

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