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Playlist: Jazz ATX

Compiled By: Eric Truax

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Jazz at 100 Hour 1: Jazz Comes to Records – First Jazz Recordings and Precedents

From WTJU | Part of the Jazz at 100 series | 58:57

On February 26, 1917, five musicians from New Orleans recorded for Victor Records in New York as the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, bringing a new syncopated music to the broader world – jazz.

01_odgb_small On February 26, 1917, five musicians from New Orleans recorded for Victor Records in New York as the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, bringing a new syncopated music to the broader world – jazz. The new music form had developed and evolved in New Orleans and Chicago, primarily, from a rich mix of sources. In this hour, we’ll be exploring these first recordings and their antecedents – African rhythms, sanctified singing, vaudeville, minstrelsy, blues and ragtime.

Full Moon Hacksaw (Series)

Produced by Radio Phoenix

Most recent piece in this series:

Full Moon Hacksaw #1715 (Hour 1 & 2) - 12-12-2019

From Radio Phoenix | Part of the Full Moon Hacksaw series | 01:59:58

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1762/1715 HR 1 12-12-19

Tito Puente-El Bribon del Aguacero feat. Ismael Miranda-Mambo King-100th LP-Universal ’91

Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra-El Cantante-Una Noche con Ruben Blades-Blue Engine ’18 

Laila Biali-River (single)-Joshua Tree ’19

Heather Bambrick-It’s Beautiful-Fine State--indie ’19

Darel Monteith Trio-Trash Talk-Quantity of Life-self-released ’19

Bill Howlin’ Mad Perry-I’m Not Tired Yet-Thankful for the Blues-ShyPerry ’19

Art Pepper-Begin the Beguine-The Omega Man-Onyx ’58

Audrey Silver-New Year’s Eve Let Me Know Your Heart-Messy House ’19

Roxy Coss-Females are Strong-Quintet-Outside In ’19

Gerald Wilson Orchestra-The Serpent feat. Anthony Wilson-State Street Sweet-MAMA ’96

2-min break music: Brecker Brothers-Christmas Waltz

 

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Tommy Flanagan & Kenny Barron-The Way you Look Tonight-Together-Denon ’78

George Coleman-Pauls’s Call-The Quintet-Smoke Sessions ’19 

Gerry Mulligan and the Concert Jazz Band-Let my People Be-At the Village Vanguard-Verve ’60

Wes Montgomery-People-Ultimate-Verve ’64

Anita O’Day-Honeysuckle Rose-Finest Hour-Verve ’55

Brubeck Quartet-Zen is When-Jazz Impressions of Japan-Columbia ’64

Jessica Williams-Why Do I Love You-At Maybeck-Concord ’89

Steve Khan-T. & T.-Patchwork-Tone Center ’19

Pete & Conte Candoli-Blue ’N Boogie-Condole Brothers-Dobre ’75

2-min break music: Dave Brubeck solo-Winter Wonderland

Jazz Profiles (Series)

Produced by NPR Music

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Bobby Hutcherson Tribute

From NPR Music | Part of the Jazz Profiles series | 53:45

Hutcherson_sq_small A tribute to vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson. Please note there is no mention of his passing in this program.

Jazz at 100 (Series)

Produced by WTJU

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Jazz at 100 Hour 100: All Jazz Is Local

From WTJU | Part of the Jazz at 100 series | 58:59

Jazz_at_100_poster_copy_small So far, we have broadcast ninety-nine one-hour programs to tell the story of the first 100 years of recorded jazz. We have heard the creative work of hundreds of players, composers, arrangers, and bandleaders - famous and obscure. Each of the contributors to this rich history had colleagues and bandmates with whom they played as they grew up and matured; teachers formal and informal; and mentors. They played in basements, living rooms, classrooms, high school gyms, churches, clubs and theaters. They were part of a local scene. All jazz is local.