Sunday, November 16, 2008

Playlist, November 16, 2008

Set One
Steely Dan; The Last Mall; Everything Must Go (2004 Giant)
Phish; Harry Hood; A Live One (1995 Elektra)
Garaj Mahal; Jamie's Jam; w00t (2008 Owl Studios)
Return to Forever; Vulcan Worlds; The Anthology (2008 Concord)
[mic break 10:36 a.m.]

Set Two
Steve Ramsdell; Cascades; Looking For... (2008 Kopaesthetics)
Pat Metheny; Snova; Let's Move (2008 Nonesuch)
Mike Stern; 55 Dive; Is What it Is (1994 Atlantic)
McCoy Tyner; Blues on the Corner (with John Scofield); Guitars (2008 HalfNote)
[mic break 11:01 a.m.]

Set Three
Anat Cohen; After the Rain; Notes from the Village (2008 Anzic)
Dan Cavanagh; Tunnel Vision; Pulse (2008 OA2)
James Newton; Peace; Romance and Revolution (1987 Blue Note)
Wayne Wallace; Love Walked In; Infinity (2008 Patois)
[mic break 11:33 a.m.]

Set Four
Danilo Perez; Another Autumn; Across the Crystal Sea (2008 Decca)
Herbie Hancock; Court and Spark; River: The Joni Letters (2007 Verve)
Elaine Lucia; All Dressed Up with a Broken Heart; Lets Live Again (2008 Songflower)
Roy Assaf & Eddy Khaimovich Quartet; You Don't Know What Love Is; Andarta (2008 Origin)
Spiros Exaras World-Jazz Ensemble; Virtue is Gone; Phrygianics (2002 Laughing Buddha)
[mic break 12:10 p.m.]

Set Five
Skip WIlkins Quintet; December (As I Would Have It); The Paint-Peeler (2008 Dreambox Media)
Roy Hargrove & Antonio Hart; Work Song; The Tokyo Sessions (1992 Novus)
Cynthia Holiday; I LIke What I See; All the Way (2008 Miles High)
McCoy Tyner Big Band; Fly With the Wind; The Turning Point (1992 Verve)
[mic break 12:47 p.m.]

Set Six
Jimmy Herring; Splash; Lifeboat (2008 Abstract Logix)
MFSB; Love is the Message; Love is the Message (1973 Philadelphia International)
Weather Report; Black Market; Live & Unreleased (2002 Columbia)
Either Orchestra; Yezamed Yebaed; Afro-Cubism (2002 Accurate)
Mothers of Invention; Son of Suzy Creamcheese; Absolutely Free (1995 Rykodisc)
Club D'Elf; Quilty; Now I Understand (2006 Accurate)
Wayne Shorter; Yamanja; Phantom Navigator (1987 Columbia)
[mic break 1:37 p.m.]

Set Seven
Miles Davis; Flamenco Sketches; Kind of Blue (1959 Columbia)
Frank Zappa; Sofa #2; The Best Band You Never Heard in Your LIfe (1990 Barking Pumpkin)
Steely Dan; Everything Must Go; Everything Must Go (2004 Giant)
[2:00 p.m.]

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1 comment:

zen said...

Hey i am a big fan of Steely Dan, but Mr Walter Becker has a new album called Circus Money, What a great album it is, just had to share that with all the Steely Dan Fans.