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Playlist for Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label
• Dave Brubeck Quartet—Autumn In Washington Square—1964—Jazz Impressions Of New York—Columbia (producer Teo Macero)
• Miles Davis—Drad Dog—1961—Someday My Prince Will Come—Columbia (producer Teo Macero)

• Joshua Redman—Twilight…And Beyond—1999—Beyond—Warner Brothers (Kuumbwa Jazz Center this Monday, March 3rd)
• Walter Davis, Jr.—Sweetness—1959—Davis Cup—Blue Note

• Frank Foster—Slug’s Bag—1969—Manhattan Fever—Blue Note
• Roberta Gambarini and Hank Jones—Suppertime—2005—You Are There—EmArcy (Roberta Gambarini Kuumbwa Jazz Center Monday, March 24th)

• Don Redman And His Orchestra—Shakin’ The African—1931—1931-1933—Classics (France)
• Don Redman And His Orchestra—How’m I Doing? (Hey-Hey)—1932—1931-1933—Classics (France)
• Don Redman And His Orchestra—Chant Of The Weed—1931—1931-1933—Classics (France)
• Don Redman And His Orchestra—Doin’ What I Please—1932—1931-1933—Classics (France)
• Don Redman And His Orchestra, fea. Bill ‘Bojangles’ Robinson—Doin’ The New Low Down—1932—1931-1933—Classics (France)

• Holly Cole—Reaching For The Moon—2007—Holly Cole—Koch
• Tigran Hamasyan Trio—Leaving Paris—2007—New Era—Nocturne

Tenor Saxophonist, Composer and legendary Columbia Records Producer Teo Macero (Oct. 30, 1925 - Feb. 19, 2008) passed away last week at age 82:
• Thelonious Monk—Teo—1964—Monk—Columbia
• Miles Davis—Seven Steps To Heaven—1963—Seven Steps To Heaven—Columbia
• Dave Brubeck Quartet—Three To Get Ready—1959—Time Out—Columbia

• Charles Mingus—Goodbye Pork Pie Hat—1959—Mingus Ah Un—Columbia LP
• Lee Koniz and a string section directed by Teo Macero—Am I/Are You—The Best of Teo Macero—Stash
• Phil Woods, Art Farmer, Al Cohn, Pepper Adams, etc.—Blues for Amy—The Best of Teo Macero—Stash
• Charles Mingus—Self Portrait In Three Colors—1959—Mingus Ah Un—Columbia LP

• Teo Macero, Charles Mingus, etc.—Teo—The Best of Teo Macero—Stash
• Miles Davis—Teo—1961—Someday My Prince Will Come—Columbia

• Norberto Tamburrino—Pannonica—2006—Prisoner Of The Sea—Arabesque
• Ron Blake, fea. Regina Carter—Of Kindred Souls—2007—Shayari—Mack Avenue
• Roberta Donnay—Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’—2005—What’s Your Story—Pacific Coast Jazz
• Paul Hemmings Trio with John Tchicai—Under A New Mexico Sky—2007—Letter From America—Leading Tone Records

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