Tonight on Jazz-O-Rama Live!
"Needle Drop Roulette 1"
Tonight, Zach Silva will drop the needle down on some of the LP tracks from Joe Bev's record collection, which he has donated to Pawling Public Radio.
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They will be alternated with the MP3s from the same album collection:
01 - Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers - Along Came Betty
Moanin' is a jazz album by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers recorded in 1958 for the Blue Note label. Released Third week of January 1959 on Blue Note. Recorded October 30, 1958 at the Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ.
Art Blakey – drums
Lee Morgan – trumpet
Benny Golson – tenor saxophone
Bobby Timmons – piano
Jymie Merritt – bass
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03 - Michael Franks - When The Cookie Jar Is Empty
Burchfield Nines is a jazz vocal album by Michael Franks, released in 1978 by Warner Bros. Records.
Steve Gadd - drums
Will Lee - bass
Ralph MacDonald - percussion
Leon Pendarvis - keyboard (SNL-1980)
John Tropea - guitar
Oscar Brashear - trumpet
Bud Shank - saxophone
Ernie Watts - saxophone
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05 - Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
"Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" is a jazz standard composed by Charles Mingus originally recorded by his sextet in 1959 as listed below, and released on his album Mingus Ah Um. Mingus wrote it as an elegy for saxophonist Lester Young, who had died two months prior to the recording session, and was known to wear a broad-rimmed pork pie hat. Released September 14, 1959. Recorded May 5 and May 12, 1959; Columbia Records, NYC.
Shafi Hadi – tenor sax
Horace Parlan – piano
Charles Mingus – bass
Dannie Richmond – drums
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07 - Chick Corea - Waltse for Dave
Friends is an album recorded and released by Chick Corea in 1978. The album does away with the string and horn sections of previous albums, instead focusing on a quartet with straight-ahead jazz in mind. The album cover features the Smurfs. This album is one of three that Corea released in 1978, along with The Mad Hatter and Secret Agent. 1978 also featured the release of live albums An Evening With Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea: In Concert and RTF Live with Return to Forever. Friends was nominated for, and received the 1979 Grammy award for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group.
Chick Corea – piano, electric piano, arrangement
Joe Farrell – soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute
Eddie Gómez – bass
Steve Gadd – drums
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09 - Sidney Bechet - Petite Fleur
"Petite Fleur" is a successful instrumental written by Sidney Bechet and recorded by him in January 1952, first with the Sidney Bechet All Stars. Sidney Bechet (May 14, 1897 – May 14, 1959) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer. He was one of the first important soloists in jazz (beating cornetist and trumpeter Louis Armstrong to the recording studio by several months and later playing duets with Armstrong), and was perhaps the first notable jazz saxophonist. Forceful delivery, well-constructed improvisations, and a distinctive, wide vibrato characterized Bechet's playing. Bechet's erratic temperament hampered his career, however, and not until the late 1940s did he earn wide acclaim.
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11 - Dizzy Gillespie Quintet - Willow Weep For Me
The Ebullient Mr. Gillespie is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie recorded in 1959 and released on the Verve label. Released 1959. Recorded February 17, 18 & 20, 1959.
Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet, vocals
Junior Mance - piano
Les Spann - guitar, flute
Sam Jones - bass
Lex Humphries - drums
Carlos "Patato" Valdes - congas
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13 - The Crusaders -- That's How I Feel
The Crusaders were an American music group popular in the early 1970s known for their amalgamated jazz, pop, and soul sound. Since 1961, forty albums have been credited to the group (some live and compilations), 19 of which were recorded under the name "The Jazz Crusaders" (1961–1970).
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15 - Sonny Rollins - St Thomas
"St. Thomas" is among the most recognizable instrumentals in the repertoire of American jazz tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins. Although Rollins is commonly credited as its composer, the tune is based on the traditional English song "The Lincolnshire Poacher". By way of the folk process, "The Lincolnshire Poacher" evolved into a nursery song in the Virgin Islands, which Rollins' mother sang to him when he was a child. As such, it has a distinct Caribbean vibe to it. Released 1956. Recorded June 22, 1956 at the Van Gelder Studio in Hackensack.
Sonny Rollins — tenor saxophone
Tommy Flanagan — piano
Doug Watkins — bass
Max Roach — drums
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