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Jim Sherburne & West Coast Jazz

Jim Sherburne doubled my jazz world all by himself.

I love jazz; old jazz, new jazz, Dixie-land, Chicago, Bop, Free…but being of a certain age, I am particularly enthralled by jazz from the mid-20th century (doesn’t that make it and me sound accurately ancient?). 649 more words

Lexington Theatre

Jazz At Four "Jazz Magazine" Playlist - 9 April 2018

Jazz At Four “Jazz Magazine” Playlist – 9 April 2018 ** 5MBS 99.9FM

Artist Track Title CD Title Billie Holiday My Man “You’re My Thrill” Billie Holiday  ‘Taint Nobody’s Business If I Do “You’re My Thrill” Duke Ellington Just Squeeze Me Duke’s  Big 4 Duke Ellington Cotton Tail Duke’s  Big 4 Paul Desmond (w/Gerry Mulligan) Line For Lines Blues In Time Benny Green Opus De Funk Source Benny Golson (w/Tommy Flanagan) My Romance Free Shirley Scott (w/Stanley Turrentine) Hip Soul Hip Soul Milt Jackson (w/Percy Heath) Plenty, Plenty Soul Plenty, Plenty Soul Gene Ammons Ammon Joy Groove Blues Milt Jackson (w/Percy Heath) Klook’s Nook Telefunken Blues

Presenter: Greg Fisher

Milt Jackson

The Gerry Mulligan Songbook Volume 1 // Gerry Mulligan Feat. Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Lee Konitz, and Allen Eager (World Pacific Records PJ-1237)

These last few posts have been an exploration in the sub-genres of jazz, using these unofficial categories as fun way to rediscover my record collection (as well as provide a systematic way to decide which record to write about next).  1,340 more words

Jazz Vinyl College Collector

Gerry Mulligan Quartet // Gerry Mulligan (Pacific Jazz PJLP-1)

This record marked the fruitful beginning of both Gerry Mulligan’s West Coast piano-less sound and the Pacific Jazz Records label.  Both would do much to popularize the laid-back, more academic sound of jazz that blew in from the Coast.  2,218 more words

Jazz Vinyl College Collector

Sunday 3/12/2017 ** Today's Listening

This is what I have been listening to today

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