Friday, October 9, 2009

October 9, 2009

"Dave's blues" - George Kofogiannakis (Generations: greek oud jazz)
"52nd street theme" - Roger Kellaway (Live at the Jazz Standard)
"Spring in New York" - Gilad Atzmon (Refuge)
"For my brother" - The Fonda Stevens Group (Memphis)
"The trip" - Bobbi Humphrey (Fancy dancer)
"First impressionism" - Paul Renz (In my own hands)
"Summertime" - Gene Harris Quartet (It's the real soul)
"Ice storm"- Andy Milne-Benoit Delbecq (Where is pannonica?)
"Chitchat" - David Widelock Trio (Skating on the sidewalk)
"Feelin' good" - Pharoah Sanders Quartet (Crescent with love)
"Lulu" - Enrico Rava (New York days)
"He came all the way down" - Brother John Sellers (Paris 1957)
"Crow" - Joe Morris (Wildlife)
"Right brain patrol" - Marc Johnson (Right brain patrol)
"Gungapooch" - Sinistrio (Ride the dragon)
"You've changed" - Keith Jarrett/Gary Peacock/Jack DeJohnette (Yesterdays)
"The DT's" - Franco Proietti Morph-tet (Morphology)
"Little Niles" - Paul Glasse (One more night)
"One for Pop" - Ron Eschete (A closer look)
"Cajun the squirrel" - Dan Moretti (Tres muse)
"Flip" - The October Trio + Brad Turner (Looks like it's going to snow)
"Waves" - Brad Shepik (Human activity suite)

This was a showfill for Jazz Stains, one of the alternating jazz programs on Friday mornings on CJSW. Looking back, it was kind of on the mellow for the shows I do. Oh well. Such is how things go. I'll have to lean a bit to the freakier side in future programs, just to make up for it :-)


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