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  • 01:54

    THE JAZZ BEAT CAFE: featuring: Art Blakey/ The Jazz Messengers

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    The Jazz Messengers is a 1956 album by the Jazz Messengers, released by Columbia Records. It was the last recording by the Jazz Messengers lineup featuring pianist Horace Silver. In 1968 Columbia reissued the LP in their Jazz Odyssey Series with a new cover under the title Art Blakey with the Original Jazz Messengers. In 1997 the album was digitally remastered and released on CD, again with its original title and cover, featuring all the tracks from the original LP along with five additional tracks drawn from the same recording sessions but previously released only on foreign imports. This is the track listing for the current Columbia CD release. Tracks 1-7 are from the original LP and in the same order. The adjacent tracks 8-10 and 12 were first released on Originally (Columbia CL 897, 1956). Track 11 was previously unreleased. "Infra-Rae" (Hank Mobley) - 6:57 "Nica's Dream" (Horace Silver) - 11:51 "It's You or No One" (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne) - 5:36 "Ecaroh" (Silver) - 6:02 "Carol's Interlude" (Mobley) - 5:36 "The End of a Love Affair" (E.C. Redding) - 6:43 "Hank's Symphony" (Mobley) - 4:37 "Weird-O" (Mobley) - 7:06 "Ill Wind" (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) - 2:52 "Late Show" (Mobley) - 7:09 "Deciphering the Message" (Mobley) - 6:29 "Carol's Interlude (alternate take)" (Mobley) - 6:13 PLUS: Angel eyes A Night in Tunisia Art Blakey, drums Horace Silver, piano Hank Mobley, tenor saxophone Donald Byrd, trumpet Doug Watkins, bass .

  • 01:52

    THE JAZZ BEAT CAFE: features Charles Mingus and The Bill Evens Trio

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    Charles Mingus Jr. Mingus Mingus Mingus is a 1964 album by jazz composer and bassist Charles Mingus. Mingus collaborated with arranger/orchestrator Bob Hammer to score the music for a large ensemble of brass and saxophones. "II B.S." – 4:48 "I X Love" – 7:41 "Celia" – 6:14 "Mood Indigo" (Duke Ellington/Barney Bigard) – 4:45 "Better Get Hit in Yo' Soul" – 6:30 "Theme for Lester Young" – 5:51 "Hora Decubitus" – 4:41 "Freedom" – 5:10 Bonus track Tracks #1 and 4-8, recorded on September 20, 1963: Eddie Preston - Trumpet Richard Williams - Trumpet Britt Woodman - Trombone Don Butterfield - Tuba Jerome Richardson - Soprano, baritone saxes, flute Dick Hafer - Tenor sax, clarinet, flute Booker Ervin - Tenor sax Eric Dolphy - Alto sax, flute, bass clarinet Jaki Byard - Piano Charles Mingus - Bass, (narration, #8) Walter Perkins - Drums Bob Hammer - Arranger and orchestrator Tracks #2 and 3, recorded on January 20, 1963: Rolf Ericson - Trumpet Richard Williams - Trumpet Quentin Jackson - Trombone Don Butterfield - Tuba Jerome Richardson - Soprano, baritone saxes, flute Dick Hafer - Tenor sax, flute, oboe Charlie Mariano - Alto sax Jaki Byard - Piano Jay Berliner - Guitar From the summer of 1966 pianist Bill Evans and bassist Eddie Gómez worked with an amazing series of drummers. Alphabetically they are Jack DeJohnette, John Dentz, Joe Hunt, Philly Joe Jones, Shelly Manne, Marty Morell, Alex Riel, and Arnie Wise. The musical chemistry between Evans, Gómez, and Morell was exceptional, and this trio stayed together from 1968 to 1974 1.Intro 2.Midnight Mood 3.Elsa 4.Sugar Plum 5.Morning Glory 6.A Sleepin' Bee 7.How My Heart Sings 8.Time Remembered 9.Beautiful Love 10.How My Heart Sings 11.Gloria's Step 12.Time Remembered 13.My Romance Personnel Bill Evans - piano Eddie Gomez - bass Marty Morell drums .

  • 02:12

    THE JAZZ BEAT CAFE: featuring: Thelonious Monk's jazz septet. Monk's Music

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    The first song "Abide With Me"—a hymn by W. H. Monk—is an austere rendition played only by the septet's horn section. The song "Ruby, My Dear" is performed only by Monk, Coleman Hawkins, Wilbur Ware, and Art Blakey. John Coltrane had joined Monk after playing with the Miles Davis Quintet, and Monk can be heard enthusiastically calling on him to take the first horn solo on the album in "Well, You Needn't" (though Coltrane's name does not appear on the front cover). All of the songs except one are original compositions by Thelonious Monk, but some had appeared on previous albums by Monk. The two mixes of this album (stereo and mono) are notable in that they used entirely different setups of microphones, recording the same performances. The stereo mix was recorded using microphones at a greater distance from the band, and therefore has a distinctly different sound from the mono mix. Thelonious Monk – piano Ray Copeland – trumpet Gigi Gryce – alto saxophone Coleman Hawkins – tenor saxophone John Coltrane – tenor saxophone Wilbur Ware – double bass Art Blakey – drums 1. Abide with Me (feat. John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins & Art Blakey) — John Coltrane, Art Blakey, Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins 0:54 Well You Needn't (feat. John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins & Art Blakey) — John Coltrane, Art Blakey, Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins 3. Ruby My Dear (feat. Coleman Hawkins & Art Blakey) — Art Blakey, Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins 5:26 4. Off Minor (feat. John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins & Art Blakey) — John Coltrane, Art Blakey, Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins 5:08 5. Epistrophy (feat. John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins & Art Blakey) — John Coltrane, Art Blakey, Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins 10:45 6. Crepuscule with Nellie (feat. John Coltrane, Coleman Hawkins & Art Blakey).


     


     

  • 01:16

    THE JAZZ BEAT CAFE: Jazz All Stars Live: 1956 and 1957 FM Broadcasts

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    1. Clifford Brown - Sweet Clifford 2. Clifford Brown - What's New? 3. Clifford Brown - Daahoud 4. Billie Holiday - Please Do not Talk About Me When I'm Gone 5. Steve Allen - Interview 6. Billie Holiday - I Do not Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You 7. Mister Kelley's - Good Morning Heartache 8. Mister Kelley's - You'd Better Go Now 9. Earl Bostic - Cracked Ice 10. Art Farmer - Serenata 11. Charles Mingus - Confirmation 12. Charles Mingus - Just Bohemia 13. Charles Mingus - What Is This Thing Called Love? 14. Anita O'Day - Pick Yourself Up 15. Anita O'Day - As Long As I Live 16. Anita O'Day - Boogie Blues 17. Joe Jones - Lover Man 18. Joe Jones - Fine and Dandy 19. Joe Jones - Bandstand Beat .

  • The Women In Jazz Special by DrCal

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    This is the annaul Women in Jazz special. this year we will doing this a little differntly. This will be a three show presntation with three artist.

  • 01:57

    THE ALL CARIBBEAN JAZZ SHOW

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    A great lineup of the best Caribbean Jazz Artistes. Join me at 8pm EST. 9pm Caribbean 1 am Eu

  • 02:00

    THE ALL CARIBBEAN JAZZ SHOW

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    Join me for  top of the line Caribbean jazz 8pm Est. 9pm Caribbean. 1 pm Europe.   The playlist is an exciting one I can assure.  I'm biting at the bits to play you this music.


    See you then.

  • 01:55
  • 02:58

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Hilary Kole!

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    We've welcomed Hilary Kole before now.  But, let me say this in the strongest of terms - her life has done a 180!  This beautiful and strong and talented woman has risen like a phoenix from her own story - worthy of a movie.  That's all that will be said for now.  We'll focus on the positive turn that a shining star has made :)


    Hilary is no stranger to recording.  Good gravy, she's no stranger to ANYTHING pertaining to the music business!  This surreal talent has been known in the New York Jazz circuit for years - in concert halls, symphonies, off-Broadway, TV, and extremely important film events.  That's just for starters!  Hilary has worked with the BEST in the business - it would be exhausting to list ALL of her admirers and those who have shared the stage with her.  But please allow me to name drop: Brubeck, Michel Legrand, Cedar Walton, Nancy Wilson, Quincy Jones, Kenny Barron - we'd be here all day!


    Our guest started singing and playing piano when she was FIVE.  At the age of 12, she was awarded a scholarship to the Walden School for Music Composition - that set her on a path to become an award-winner.  The Manhattan School of Music is also in her blood.  She learned so much there because she's such a willing vessel.  SO much so that Hillary was the youngest singer ever to play at the prestigious Rainbow Room.


    It's as though she has been preppred for this moment and this Judy Garland tribute.  You may have heard of Hilary because of her work in "Our Sinatra" and "Singing Astaire.  RAVE reviews!  But it was taking her Judy songs on the road that led her HERE.  With each note sung on "The Judy Garland Project", Hilary makes us gasp.  How can this be?  Judy LIVES in a golden throat that was born to sing her songs.  Please join us on 4/21 - in The Chat Room!

  • 02:03

    THE ALL CARIBBEAN JAZZ SHOW

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    We are back after being hacked. A really bad experience , never the less , join me 8 pm for great music.

  • 01:31

    Join the JAZZ Conversation with Marco Montoya & Stan Evans The Smooth Jazz Alley

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    Marco Montoya and Stan Evans make-up the incrediable duo known as "The Smooth Jazz Alley" tonight you will experience a blend of smooth jazz latin vibe fused with Bossa rhythm. Piano and Guitar Excellent compositions throughtout.


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