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Hosted by Mike Lambert
Playlist for Wednesday, September 19, 2007
  Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label
• Miles Davis Quintet, incl. Sonny Rollins—Blue Room, Take 1—1951—Chronicle: The Complete Prestige Recordings (1951-1956)—Prestige
• Sonny Rollins—Blue 7—1956—Saxophone Colossus—Prestige (Monterey Jazz Festival this Sunday Main Stage, Sept. 23rd)
• Anthony Wilson—Maxine—1999—Adult Themes—MAMA (Monterey Jazz Festival Night Club—KUSP will broadcast performance Sat. eve., Sept. 22nd)

• Terence Blanchard Quintet—Funeral Dirge—2007—A Tale Of God’s Will (A Requiem For Katina)—Blue Note (KUSP will broadcast Blanchard’s performances at the Monterey Jazz Festival this Sat. and Sunday)
• Gerald Wilson Orch, fea. Anthony Wilson—I Concentrate On You—2007—Monterey Moods—Mac Avenue (KUSP will broadcast live Main Stage Monterey Jazz Festival performance with special guest Kenny Burrell this Sat. eve.)

• Nnenna Freelon—Better Than Anything—2000—Soulcall—Concord (Monterey Jazz Festival. KUSP will broadcast live as part of the MJF 50th Anniversary All-Stars Sunday eve.)
• Terence Blanchard—When It’s Sleepytime Down South—1992—Simply Stated—Columbia

• Henry “Red” Allen and his New Yorkers—Bliff’ly Blues—1929—Henry ”Red” Allen—Best Of Jazz
• Henry “Red” Allen and his New Yorkers—Feeling Drowsy—1929—Henry ”Red” Allen—Best Of Jazz
• Henry “Red” Allen and his Orch—I Fell In Love With You—1930—1929-30, Vol. Two—JSP
• Henry “Red” Allen and his Orch—Truckin’—1935—Collection, Vol. 2—Collectors Classics
• Luis Russell and his Orch, fea. Henry “Red” Allen—The New Call Of The Freaks—1929—Henry ”Red” Allen—Best Of Jazz

• Dave Brubeck—Sweet Lorraine—2007—Indian Summer—Telarc (Dave Brubeck Quartet tomorrow., Sept. 20th, Rio Theatre and Sunday, Sept 23rd Monterey Jazz Festival Main Stage broadcast live by KUSP)
• Nat King Cole Trio—If You Can’t Smile And Say Yes—1945—VA: The War—Legacy (the Ken Burns series on WWII will begin on public television this Sunday)
• Diana Krall—Peel Me A Grape—1997—The Very Best Of—Verve (Monterey Jazz Festival Saturday Main Stage, Sept. 22nd)
• Benny Green Trio—Hoagie Meat—1992—That’s Right!—Blue Note (KUSP will broadcast live as part of the MJF 50th Anniversary All-Stars this Sunday eve.)

• David Amram Quartet—Tennessee Waltz—1988—Pull My Daisy…And Other Jazz Classic—Bridge Records
• Craig Taborn—Bodies We Came Out Of, Part Two—2002—Light Made Lighter—Thirsty Ear (Monterey Jazz Festivall Coffee House Gallery Friday night, Sept. 21st)

Emily Remler (Sept. 18, 1957-May 4, 1990) would have turned 50 yesterday:
• Emily Remler—The Firefly—1981—Retrospective, Vol. Two: Compositions—Concord
• Emily Remler—Dahoud—1988—Retrospective, Vol. One: Standards—Concord
• Emily Remler—East To Wes—1988—Retrospective, Vol. Two: Compositions—Concord
• Emily Remler—Perk’s Blues—1981—Firefly—Concord LP
• Emily Remler—Pocket West—1982—Take Two—Concord LP
• Emily Remler—Softly As In A Morning Sunrise—1988—Retrospective, Vol. One: Standards—Concord

• Christian Scott—The Uprising—2007—Anthem—Concord

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