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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

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Full Moon Hacksaw #1707 (Hour 1 & 2) - 10-17-2019

From Radio Phoenix | Part of the Full Moon Hacksaw series | 02:00:00

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1754/1707 HR 1 10-17-19

Shank/Cooper-Sweet Georgia Brown-West Coast Jazz Vol 3-Jazztone ’57

Modern Jazz Quartet and the All Star Jazz Band-Intima-Jazz Dialogue-Atlantic ’66

Gary Bartz-Nusia's Poem-Red and Orange Poems-Atlantic '94 

Stan Getz-La Fiesta-Capt. Marvel-Columbia '72

Annisteen Allen-Yes I Know-Dapper Dan-KokoMojo ’19 orig King ’53

Magic Sam-Love Me with a Feeling-Southern Bred Vol. 4-KokoMojo ’19 orig Cobra ’57

Mickey & Sylvia-Shake it Up-Do you Mean It-KokoMojo ’19 orig New Sounds Vik ’57

Western Illinois University-Third Degree-title track-Sea Breeze '94

Jim Hall-Dream Steps-Dialogues-Telarc '95

Eric Alexander-Mr. Stitt-Chicago Fire-High Note '14

2-min break music: Art Farmer Benny Golson Jazztet-Killer Joe

 

1754/1707 HR 2

Lauren Lee-Windowsill-Get Off Me-Eyes and Ears Records ’19

Lisa B (Bernstein)-With Him and Max’s Solo-Reverberant: Poems & Music-Piece of Pie ’19

Leslie Pintchik Trio-There You Go-Live Same Day Delivery-Pintch Hard ’19

Ginger Baker and the Denver Jazz Quartet-Daylight-Coward of the County-Atlantic ’99

Graham Bond ORGANization feat. Ginger Baker-Oh Baby-Sound of 65 Columbia EMI ’65

Mondo Eleven-Take Five-Mambo Cocktails-MAPL '04 

Mark Whitfield-Midnight Sun-Patrice-WB '91 

Carmel Jones-Full Moon and Empty ArmsThe Remarkable feat. Harold Land Pacific Jazz ’61

Jimmy Giuffre-Do It! -self-titled-Capitol ’55 

Douye Quatro-Nica’s Dream-Bossa Nova Deluxe-Groove Note/Rhombus ’19

2-min break music: John Coltrane-Blue Train

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.