The Real Deal Jan. - June 2010 Playlist

Saturday, June 26:
R.I.P. FRED ANDERSON


AHMAD JAMAL Live
Fred Anderson, "Ladies in Love," On the Run: Live at the Velvet Lounge
(Delmark)
- , "On the Run," - (-)
- , "Tatsu's Groove," - (-)
- , "Hamid's on Fire," - (-)
Ahmad Jamal, "The Tube," Live in Paris 1992 (Birdology/Verve)
- , "Alone Together/Laura/Wild Is the Wind," - (-)
- , "Easy Living," - (-)
- , "Acorn," - (-)
- , "Dreamy," - (-)
- , "Appreciation," - (-)
- , "Look for the Silver Lining," - (-)
- , "The Aftermath," - (-)

Friday, June 25:
Young JOE CHAMBERS

Wayne Shorter, "Etcetera," Etcetera (Blue Note) 
Freddie Hubbard, "Mirrors," Breaking Point (-) 
Andrew Hill, "Le Serpent Qui Danse," Andrew (-) 
Archie Shepp, "Rufus (Swung His Face at Last to the Wind, Then His Neck Snapped)," John Coltrane/Archie Shepp: New Thing at Newport (Impulse)
Bobby Hutcherson, "Idle While," Dialogue (Blue Note) 
Woody Shaw, "Baloo Baloo," Cassandranite (Muse) 
Joe Henderson, "Caribbean Fire Dance," Mode for Joe (Blue Note) 
Wayne Shorter, "The Collector," Adam's Apple (-)
- , "Chief Crazy Horse," - (-)
Bobby Hutcherson, "Aquarian Moon," Happenings (-) 
Wayne Shorter, "Playground," Schizophrenia (-) 
Bobby Hutcherson, "Oblique," Oblique (-) 
McCoy Tyner, "Man from Tanganyika," Tender Moments (-) 
Bobby Hutcherson, "Ankara," Patterns (-) 
Charles Tolliver, "Right Now," Paper Man (Arista/Freedom) 
Joe Chambers, "Evidence," Horace to Max (Savant) 

Saturday, June 19:
JOE THOMAS, DAVE LAMBERT


Jimmie Lunceford & His Orch., "Me and the Moon," Vol. 4, 1936-1937 (Masters of Jazz)
- , "Posin'," Vol. 5, 1937-1939 (-)
Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," Quintessential, Vol. 4 (Columbia)
Jimmie Lunceford & His Orch., "Annie Laurie," Vol. 5, 1937-1939 (Masters of Jazz)
- , "Wham," Vol. 7, Sep. 1939-Feb. 1940 (-)
- , "Bugs Parade," - (-)
- , "What's Your Story, Morning Glory," - (-) 
Barney Bigard Sextet, "Sweet Marijuana Brown," Reefer Madness (Buzzola)
- , "Blues for Art's Sake," Greenwich Village Jazz (Pickwick) 
Joe Thomas/Jay McShann, "Raw Meat," Blowin' In from K.C. (Uptown)
- , "Jumpin' Joe," - (-)
- , "If I Could Be with You," - (-)
- , "Backstage at the Apollo," - (-)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, "Bijou," Hottest New Group in Jazz (Columbia)
Dave Lambert w/ Erroll Garner, "Cherokee," Jazz off the Air, Vol. 2
(Spotlite)
Count Basie & His Orch., "Avenue C," America's #1 Band (Columbia)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, - , Sing a Song of Basie (Impulse)
- , "All Too Soon," Hottest New Group in Jazz (Columbia) 
Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., - , Blanton-Webster Band (Bluebird) Miles Davis, "Four," Blue Haze (Prestige/OJC) 
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, - , The Swingers (Pacific Jazz) 
Miles Davis, "Airegin," Bags Groove (Prestige/OJC) 
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, - , The Swingers (Pacific Jazz)
- , "The New ABC," Hottest New Group in Jazz (Columbia)

Friday, June 18:
WEATHER REPORT, Tokyo 1978


Weather Report, "Elegant People" (unissued)
- , "Scarlet Woman" (-)
- , "Teen Town" (-)
- , "A Remark You Made" (-)
- , "Black Market" (-)
- , "Palladium," Heavy Weather (Columbia)
- , "Gibraltar" (unissued)
- , "Ponta de Areia/Sophisticated Lady" (-)
- , "Birdland" (-)
- , "125th Street Congress," Sweetnighter (Columbia) 

Saturday, June 12:
CHICK COREA


Blue Mitchell, "Chick's Tune," The Thing to Do (Blue Note) 
Chick Corea, "Tones for Joan's Bones," Tones for Joan's Bones (Atlantic)
Stan Getz, "Litha," Sweet Rain (Verve) 
Chick Corea, "Matrix," Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (Blue Note)
- , "Windows," - (-)
Miles Davis, "Frelon Brun (Brown Hornet)," Filles de Kilimanjaro (Columbia)
Chick Corea, "Pannonica," Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (Blue Note) 
Chick Corea & Return to Forever, "Captain Marvel," Light as a Feather (Polydor)
Gary Burton/Chick Corea, "Crystal Silence," Crystal Silence (ECM) 
Chick Corea, "Little Rootie Tootie," Trio Music (-)
- , "Summer Night/Night and Day," Trio Music, Live in Europe (-) 
Chick Corea, "Circles," Akoustic Band (GRP)
- , "Spain," - (-)
Chick Corea & Friends, "Tempus Fugit," Remembering Bud Powell (Stretch)

Friday, June 11:
SHELLY MANNE

Shelly Manne & His Men, "Our Delight," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 1 (Contemporary/OJC)
- , "Vamp's Blues," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 2 (-)
- , "Blue Daniel," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 1 (-)
- , "Whisper Not," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 3 (-)
- , "Theme: A Gem from Tiffany," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 2 (-)
- , "Poinciana," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 1 (-)
- , "Step Lightly," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 2 (-)
- , "What's New," - (-)
- , "Nightingale," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 4 (-)
- , "Theme: A Gem from Tiffany," At the Black Hawk, Vol. 1 (-)

Saturday, June 5:
GRANT GREEN

Grant Green, "Miss Ann's Tempo," Grant's First Stand (Blue Note)
Ike Quebec, "Blue and Sentimental," Blue and Sentimental (-)
Grant Green, "It Ain't Necessarily So," Complete Quartets with Sonny Clark
(-)
- , "Oleo," - (-)
- , "My Funny Valentine," Grantstand (-)
- , "Nomad," Idle Moments (-)
- , "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," Feelin' the Spirit (-)
- , "The Kicker," Solid (-)
Larry Young, "Backup," Into Somethin' (-)
Grant Green, "My Favorite Things," Matador (-)
- , "Work Song," Iron City (32 Jazz)
- , "Sookie, Sookie," Alive! (Blue Note)

Friday, June 4: 
OLIVER NELSON


Oliver Nelson, "Groove," Taking Care of Business (Prestige/New Jazz/OJC)
- , "Passion Flower," Meet Oliver Nelson (-)
- , ³Lou's Good Dues," Taking Care of Business (-)
- , "In Time," - (-)
- , "All the Way," - (-)
- , "The Meetin'," Screaming the Blues (-)
- , "Perdido," Soul Battle (-)
- , "Blues at the Five Spot," - (-)
- , "Teenie's Blues," Blues and the Abstract Truth (Impulse)
- , "Stolen Moments," - (-)
- , "Butch and Butch," - (-)
- , "Main Stem," Main Stem (Prestige/OJC)
- , "Latino," - (-)
- , "Tangerine," - (-)
- , "Patterns," Sound Pieces (Impulse) 

Saturday, May 29:
EUGENE WRIGHT


Dave Brubeck Quartet, "King for a Day," At Carnegie Hall (Sony) 
Gene Ammons, "Stringing the Jug," All Star Sessions with Sonny Stitt (Prestige/OJC)
Cal Tjader Quartet, "There Will Never Be Another You," Tjader Plays Tjazz (Fantasy/OJC)
Buddy De Franco, "Cooking the Blues," Cooking the Blues/Sweet and Lovely (Lone Hill Jazz) 
Buddy Collette, "Orlando Blues," Tasty Dish (Fresh Sound)
- , "Old School," - (-)
- , "Debbie," - (-)
Dave Brubeck Quartet, "Ol' Man River," Southern Scene (Columbia)
- , "Back to Earth," Countdown: Time in Outer Space (-)
- , "Why Phillis Waltz," - (-)
- , "Fatha," - (-)
- , "King for a Day," Brubeck in Amsterdam (-)
- , "St. Louis Blues," At Carnegie Hall (Sony)
- , "These Foolish Things," 1965 Canadian Concert (Can-Am)
- , "Rude Old Man," Time In (Columbia)
Monty Alexander, "So What," Here Comes the Sun (Crystal Jazz/BASF)
- , "Rude Old Man," Perception! (MPS/BASF) 
Dave Brubeck Quartet, "African Times Suite," 25th Anniversary Reunion (A&M)

Friday, May 28:
TOMMY LADNIER

Ollie Powers' Harmony Syncopators, "Play That Thing," Tommy Ladnier: Steppin' on the Blues (ASV)
Lovie Austin & Her Blues Serenaders, "Gallion Stomp," - (-) 
Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Henderson Stomp," A Study in Frustration
(Columbia)
- , "The Chant," - (-)
- , "Snag It," - (-)
- , "Rocky Mountain Blues," - (-)
- , "Tozo!" - (-)
The Dixie Stompers, "St. Louis Shuffle," - (-) 
Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "I'm Coming Virginia," - (-) 
The Dixie Stompers, "Goose Pimples," - (-) 
Bessie Smith, "Dyin' by the Hour," Complete Recordings, Vol. 3 (-)
- , "Foolish Man Blues," - (-)
Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Hop Off," A Study in Frustration (-) 
New Orleans Feetwarmers Orch., "Sweetie Dear," Tommy Ladnier: Steppin' on the Blues (ASV)
- , "I've Found a New Baby," - (-)
- , "Maple Leaf Rag," - (-)
- , "Shag," - (-)
Mezz Mezzrow & His Orch., "Comin' On with the Come On, Part 1," 1936-
1939 (Classics)
- , "Comin' On with the Come On, Part 2," - (-) 
Tommy Ladnier & His Orch., "Ja-Da," Steppin' on the Blues (ASV)
- , "Really the Blues," - (-)
- , "When You and I Were Young, Maggie," - (-)
- , "Weary Blues," - (-)
Mezzrow-Ladnier Quintet, "Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll," 1936-39 (Classics)
- , "If You See Me Comin'," - (-)
- , "Everybody Loves My Baby," - (-)
- , "Gettin' Together," - (-)
- , "Royal Garden Blues," - (-)
Rosetta Crawford & Her Hep Cats, "My Man Jumped Salty on Me," - (-)

Saturday, May 22:
SUN RA

Sun Ra & His Arkestra, "Kingdom of Not," Supersonic Jazz (Evidence)
- , "Medicine for a Nightmare," - (-)
- , "Advice to Medics," - (-)
- , "Blues at Midnight," - (-)
- , "Can This Be Love," Sound Sun Pleasure (-)
- , "Future," Sun Song (Delmark)
- , "Enlightenment," Sound Sun Pleasure (Evidence)
- , "Sound of Joy," Sound of Joy (Delmark)
- , "A Call for All Demons," Angels & Demons (Evidence)
- , "Interstellar Low Ways," Planet Earth/Low Ways (-)
- , "Reflections in Blue," - (-)
- , "Saturn," - (-)
- , "Space Loneliness," - (-)
- , "Space Aura," - (-)
- , "Rocket Number Nine Take Off for the Planet Venus," - (-)
- , "But Not for Me," Holiday for Soul Dance (-)
- , "Holiday for Strings," - (-)
- , "Just in Time," Spaceways/Bad & Beautiful (-)
- , "Search Light Blues," - (-)
- , "Blues at Midnight," Jazz in Silhouette (-)

Friday, May 21:
FATS WALLER


Thomas "Fats" Waller, "Your Time Now ('Twill Be Mine After a While)," Low Down Papa (Biograph) 
-, "Rusty Pail," 1926-1927 (Classics) -, "Handful of Keys," Turn On the Heat: The Fats Waller Piano Solos (Bluebird)
-, "Ain't Misbehavin'," - (-)
-, "I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling," - (-) 
Jack Teagarden & His Band, "(I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You," King of the Blues Trombone (Collector's Choice/Sony) 
Fats Waller & His Rhythm, "How Can You Face Me?" Breakin' the Ice: The Early Years, Part 1 (1934-35) (-) 
-, "Mandy," - (-) 
-, "Honeysuckle Rose," - (-) 
-, "If It Isn't Love," - (-) 
Thomas "Fats" Waller, "Clothes Line Ballet," Turn On the Heat: The Fats Waller Piano Solos (-) 
-, "Viper's Drag," - (-) 
Fats Waller & His Rhythm, "Night Wind," Breakin' the Ice: The Early Years, Part 1 (1934-35) (-) 
-, "I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me)," - (-) 
-, "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Right Myself a Letter," I'm Gonna Sit Right Down ...: The Early Years, Part 2 (1935-36) (-) 
-, "Christopher Columbus (A Rhythm Cocktail)," Fractious Fingering: The Early Years, Part 3 (1936) (-) 
-, "(It Will Have to Do) Until the Real Thing Comes Along," - (-) 
A Jam Session at Victor, "Honeysuckle Rose," Fats Waller: The Joint Is Jumpin' (-) 
Fats Waller & His Piano, "Keepin' Out of Mischief Now," Turn On the Heat:
The Fats Waller Piano Solos (-)
-, "Stardust," - (-)
Fats Waller & His Rhythm, "The Joint Is Jumpin'," The Middle Years, Part 1 (1936-38) (-)
-, "Yacht Club Swing," A Good Man Is Hard to Find: The Middle Years, Part 2 (1938-40) (-)
Fats Waller, "The London Suite: Chelsea," In London (Swing/DRG) 
Fats Waller & His Rhythm, "(When You) Squeeze Me," A Good Man Is Hard to Find: The Middle Years, Part 2 (1938-40) (Bluebird) 
-, "Your Feet's Too Big," - (-) 
Fats Waller & His Piano, "Georgia on My Mind," Turn On the Heat: The Fats Waller Piano Solos (-) 
-, "Rockin' Chair," - (-) 
-, "Honeysuckle Rose (a la Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Waller)," - (-) Fats Waller, His Rhythm & His Orch., "The Jitterbug Waltz," The Last Years (1940-43) (-)
Fats Waller & His Rhythm, "Ain't Misbehavin'," - (-) 

Saturday, May 15:
ELLIS LARKINS


Coleman Hawkins & His Orch., "Hawkins Barrel House," Coleman Hawkins/Lester Young: Classic Tenors (Doctor Jazz)
- , "Stumpy," - (-)
Dickie Wells & His Orch., "I'm Fer It Too," - (-)
- , Linger Awhile," - (-)
Ella Fitzgerald, "My One and Only," Pure Ella (Decca)
- , "But Not for Me," - (-)
- , "How Long Has This Been Going On?" - (-) 
Dolores Hawkins, "Oooh-Wee!" The 1950s‹The Singers (Columbia) 
Ella Fitzgerald, "Makin' Whoopee," Pure Ella (Decca) 
Ellis Larkins, "Perfume and Rain," At Maybeck (Concord)
- , "Oh, Lady Be Good," - (-)
Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Love for Sale," Complete Duets (Definitive) 
Ellis Larkins, "Howdja Like to Love Me," At Maybeck (Concord) 
Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Where or When," Complete Duets (Definitive) 
Ella Fitzgerald, - , Rodgers & Hart Songbook, Vol. 1 (Verve) 
Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Little Girl Blue," Complete Duets (Definitive) 
Ella Fitzgerald, - , Rodgers & Hart Songbook, Vol. 1 (Verve)
Ellis Larkins, "I Don't Want to Cry Anymore," At Maybeck (Concord)
- , "Blue Skies," - (-)
Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Remember the Night," Calling Berlin, Vol. 2 (Arbors Jazz)
- , "Change Partners," - (-)
Ellis Larkins, "Things Ain't What They Used to Be," At Maybeck (Concord)

Friday, May 14:
SIDNEY BECHET


Clarence Williams' Blue Five, "Wild Cat Blues," Sidney Bechet: Vol. 1 (Masters of Jazz) 
-, "Kansas City Blues," - (-) 
-, "Texas Moaner Blues," Sidney Bechet: Vol. 2 (-) 
Sippie Wallace, "I'm So Glad I'm Brownskin," - (-)  
Eva Taylor, "Mandy, Make Up Your Mind," - (-) 
The New Orleans Footwarmers, "Maple Leaf Rag," The Legendary Sidney Bechet (Bluebird)
-, "Shag," Sidney Bechet: The Victor Sessions - Master Takes 1932-43 (-)
Noble Sissle's Swingsters, "Okey Doke," 1937-1938 (Classics) -, "Characteristic Blues," - (-) 
Sidney Bechet Quintet, "Summertime," The Best of (Blue Note) 
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Footwarmers, "Indian Summer," The Legendary (Bluebird)
-, "One O'Clock Jump," Victor Sessions - Master Takes 1932-43 (-) 
Bechet-Spanier Big Four, "China Boy," 1940 (Classics) 
Sidney Bechet Trio, "Blues in Thirds," Victor Sessions - Master Takes 1932-43 (Bluebird)
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Footwarmers, "Egyptian Fantasy," - (-)
Sidney Bechet's One Man Band, "Blues of Bechet," - (-) 
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Footwarmers, "Georgia Cabin," - (-) 
Sidney Bechet's Blue Note Jazzmen, "Blue Horizon," Best of (Blue Note)
- , "Muskrat Ramble," - (-)
Sidney Bechet's Blue Note Jazzmen, "Fidgety Feet," Runnin' Wild (-) 
Sidney Bechet w/ Claude Luter & His Orch., "Bechet's Creole Blues," 1949, Vol. 2 (Classics) 
-, "Si Tu Vois Ma Mere," Greatest Hits (RCA Victor) 
Sidney Bechet Trio, "Black Bottom," Jazz a la Creole (Jazztone) 
Sidney Bechet w/ Claude Luter & His Orch., "Petite Fleur," Platinum for ... (Vogue)
- , "Cé Mossieu qui Parlé," - (-)
Bechet Concert a Bruxelles, "Indiana," Sidney Bechet and His American Friends, Vol. 1 (-) -, "St. Louis Blues," - (-)

Saturday, May 8:
KEITH JARRETT


Keith Jarrett, "All of You," Standards in Norway (ECM)
- , "Little Girl Blue," (-)
- , "Just in Time," (-)
- , "Old Folks," (-)
- , "Dedicated to You," (-)
- , "Intro/I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," The Out-of-Towners (-)
- , "You've Changed," (-)
- , "I Love You," (-)
- , "Five Brothers," (-)
- , "It¹s All in the Game," (-)
- , "I Thought About You," Bye Bye Blackbird (-)

Friday, May 7:
TENOR TANDEMS

John Coltrane & Paul Quinichette, "Cattin'," Cattin' (Prestige/OJC)
Dexter Gordon & Teddy Edwards, "Horning In," On Dial (Spotlite)
Gene Ammons, "Blues Up and Down," All Star Sessions with Sonny Stitt (Prestige/OJC)
Dexter Gordon & Wardell Gray, "The Rubaiyat," Citizens Bop (Black Lion)
Coleman Hawkins, "Maria," And Confrères (Verve)
Cliff Jordan & John Gilmore, "Billie's Bounce," Blowin' In from Chicago (Blue Note)
Al Cohn & Zoot Sims, "The Note," You 'n' Me (Mercury)
John Coltrane & Paul Quinichette, "Anatomy," Cattin' (Prestige/OJC)
- , "Vodka," (-)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis & Johnny Griffin, "Light and Lovely," The Tenor Scene (-)
Booker Ervin & Dexter Gordon, "Dexter's Deck," Setting the Pace (Prestige)
John Coltrane & Paul Quinichette, "Sunday," Cattin' (Prestige/OJC)

Saturday, May 1:
BLUE VELVET for POPS


Arnett Cobb, "Party Time," Party Time (Prestige/OJC) 
Harold "Shorty" Baker & Doc Cheatham, "Chitlin's," Shorty & Doc   (Swingville/OJC)
Bill Harris, "In a Mellow Tone," And Friends (Fantasy/OJC) 
Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges, "Stompy Jones," Side by Side (Verve) 
Louis Armstrong, "How Long Has This Been Going On?" Meets Oscar Peterson (-) 
Henry "Red" Allen, "I've Got the World on a String," World on a String (Bluebird)
Kenny Davern, "You're Lucky to Me," And the Rhythm Men (Arbors) 
Joe Newman w/ Frank Foster, "Loop-D-Loop," Good 'n' Groovy (Prestige/Swingville/OJC)
Jimmy Forrest, "Robbins Nest," Most Much! (Prestige/OJC) 
Thelonious Monk, "Liza (All the Dark Clouds'll Roll Away)," The Unique (Riverside/OJC)
Milt Jackson, "Now's the Time," Jackson'sville (Savoy) 
Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Little Girl Blue," Complete Duets (Definitive) 
Ben Webster, "Charlotte's Piccolo," The Soul of (Verve) 
Al Sears, "Moving Out," Swing's the Thing (Swingville/OJC)

Friday, April 30:
SPIRIT MUSIC

Andy Statman Quartet, "You Were Revealed," Between Heaven & Earth (Shanachie)
Charles Tolliver & Music Inc., "Our Second Father (Dedicated to John Coltrane)," Mosaic Select (Mosaic) 
Pharoah Sanders, "Summun, Bukmun, Umyun," Summun, Bukmun, Umyun (Impulse) 
Walt Dickerson, "Thank You Son," To My Son (Steeplechase) 
McCoy Tyner, "Walk Spirit, Talk Spirit," Enlightenment (Milestone) 
John Coltrane, "Living Space," Classic Quartet: Complete Impulse Studio Recordings (Impulse) 
Frank London, "Gevura: Ono Hashem/Refoeinu," Invocations (Tzadik) 

Saturday, April 24:
JOE HENDERSON

Joe Henderson, "Recorda Me," Page One (Blue Note)
- , "Our Thing," Our Thing (-)
- , "Punjab," In 'n Out (-)
- , "You Know I Care," Inner Urge (-)
- , "Mode for Joe," Mode for Joe (-)
- , "On the Trail," Four! (Verve)
- , "Swing Spring," So Near, So Far (-)
- , "Miles Ahead," - (-)
- , "Side Car," - (-)
- , "Modinha," Double Rainbow (-)
- , "Ligia," - (-)
- , "Happy Madness," - (-)
- , "Chelsea Bridge," Big Band (-)
- , "Inner Urge," - (-)

Friday, April 23:
STAN GETZ LIVE

Stan Getz, "Flamingo," At the Shrine (Verve)
- , "Lover Man," - (-)
- , "Pernod," - (-)
- , "Tasty Pudding," - (-)
Stan Getz & J.J. Johnson, "Billie's Bounce," At the Opera House (-)
- , "My Funny Valentine," - (-)
- , "Crazy Rhythm," - (-)
Stan Getz, "Manha de Carnaval," Jazz in Paris (Gitanes)
- , "When the World Was Young," - (-)
- , "Singing Song," - (-)
- , "On Green Dolphin Street," - (-)
- , "Stan's Blues," - (-)
- , "Edelweiss," - (-)
- , "Windows," Complete Live at Montreux 1972 (Gambit)
- , "Time's Lie," - (-)
- , "I Remember Clifford," - (-) 

April 17 and 18 were fundraising shows during Challenge 2010. Many thanks to all contributors, volunteers and HPR staff.

Saturday, April 17:
HARRY CARNEY CENTENNIAL (belated)

Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orch., "Harlemania," Jungle Nights in Harlem (Bluebird) 
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Old Man Blues," Okeh Ellington (Columbia)
Barney Bigard & His Jazzopators, "Frolic Sam," The Duke's Men: Small Groups, Vol. 1 (-) 
Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "It's Like Reaching for the Moon," Billie Holiday: The Quintessential, Vol. 2 (-)
Barney Bigard & His Jazzopators, "Caravan," The Duke's Men: Small Groups, Vol. 1 (-) 
Johnny Hodges et al., "Blue Reverie," Benny Goodman: Live at Carnegie Hall (-)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Jumpin' Punkins," The Blanton-Webster Band (Bluebird)
Edmond Hall Swingtet, "Steamin' and Beamin'," 1944-1945 (Classics)
- , "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," - (-) 
Jimmy Jones' Big Eight, "A Woman's Got a Right to Change Her Mind," Rex
Stewart: And the Ellingtonians (Riverside/OJC) 
Frank Sinatra w/ Metronome All Stars, "Sweet Lorraine," Best of the Columbia Years (Columbia) 
Harry Carney w/ Strings, "We're in Love Again," Ben Webster: Music for Loving (Verve) 
Duke Ellington, "Frustration," At the Alhambra (Pablo)
- , "Prima Bara Dubla," Live at Newport 1958 (Columbia)
- , "Stranger on the Shore," Ellington '65 (Collectables)
- , "Guitar Amour," All Star Road Band, Vol. 2 (-) 
Johnny Hodges, "I'll Get By," At Sportpalast, Berlin (Pablo)
- , "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart/Don't Get Around Much Anymore," - (-)

Friday, April 16:
SPRING THINGS


Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, "April in Paris," Ella & Louis (Verve) 
Charlie Parker, - , With Strings (-) 
Billie Holiday, "Some Other Spring," (Columbia) 
Dexter Gordon, - , Art of the Ballad (Prestige) 
Bill Evans, "You Must Believe in Spring," You Must Believe in Spring (Warner
Bros.)
Miles Davis, "Swing Spring," (Prestige/OJC) 
Frank Sinatra, "It Only Happens When I Dance with You," (Columbia) 
Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, - , Calling Berlin, Vol. 2 (Arbors) 
Roland Kirk, "April Morning," Meets Benny Golson (Mercury) 
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, "Up Jumped Spring," Three Blind Mice, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)
Carmen McRae, "Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most," Bittersweet (Focus) 
Count Basie w/ Joe Williams, "Singin' in the Rain," The Greatest!! (Verve) John Coltrane, "Spring Is Here," (Prestige/OJC) 

Saturday, April 10:
DENNY ZEITLIN

Jeremy Steig, "What Is This Thing Called Love," Flute Fever (Columbia)
- , "So What," - (-)
Denny Zeitlin, "I-Thou," Cathexis (-)
- , "All the Things You Are," Carnival (-)
- , "And Then I Wondered if You Knew," At Maybeck (Concord)
- , "Country Fair," - (-)
- , "Sophisticated Lady," - (-)
- , "The End of a Love Affair," - (-)
- , "Quiet Now," Shining Hour: Live at the Trident (Columbia)
Denny Zeitlin/Charlie Haden, "Time Remembers One Time Once," Time Remembers One Time Once (ECM)
- , "Where Does It Lead," Shining Hour: Live at the Trident (Columbia)
Denny Zeitlin/Charlie Haden, "Bird Food," Time Remembers One Time Once (ECM)
Denny Zeitlin, "Spur of the Moment," Live at the Trident (Columbia)
- , "Celebration," In the Moment (Windham Hill)
- , "Cascade," Solo Voyage (Max Jazz)

Friday, April 9:
BOB ALBANESE interview

HERB ELLIS & JOHN BUNCH R.I.P.
Bob Albanese Trio, "Waiting for Louis," One Way / Detour (Zoho)
- , "One Way / Detour," - (-)
- , "Joyful Noise," - (-)
- , "Ugly Beauty," - (-)
- , "More Friendly Fire," - (-)
Herb Ellis, "It Could Happen to You," Ellis in Wonderland (Verve)
- , "Sweetheart Blues," - (-)
- , "Patricia," Meets Jimmy Giuffre (-)
- , "A Country Boy," - (-)
- . "Pap's Blues," Nothing but the Blues (-)
- , "Get Acquainted Blues," Together! (Koch)
John Bunch, "Keepin' Out of Mischief Now," Solo (Arbors)
- , "Jitterbug Waltz," The Best Thing for You (Concord)
- , "Au Privave," - (-)
- , "We Take the Cake," Solo (Arbors) 

Saturday, April 3:
BUBBER MILEY + More Duke


Texas Blue Destroyers, "Down in the Mouth Blues" (10/24 version), New York Horns (EPM)
- , "Lenox Avenue Shuffle," - (-) The Washingtonians, "Choo Choo (Gotta Hurry Home)," Duke Ellington: 1924-1927 (Classics)
Duke Ellington & His Washingtonians, "Animal Crackers," - (-)
Duke Ellington & His Kentucky Club Orch., "East St. Louis Toodle-Oo," Brunswick Era, Vol. 1 (1926-29) (Decca/MCA)
- , "Immigration Blues," - (-)
The Washingtonians, "Creole Love Call," 1927-1928 (Classics)
- , "Black and Tan Fantasy," - (-)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Blue Bubbles," (-)
The Washingtonians, "Yellow Dog Blues," Brunswick Era, Vol. 1 (1926-29) (Decca/MCA)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "The Mooche," OKeh Ellington (Columbia)
Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orch., "Goin' to Town," - (-)
- , "Doin' the Voom Voom," Brunswick Era, Vol. 2 (Decca/MCA)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Black Beauty," OKeh Ellington (Columbia)
Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers, "Little Lawrence," Original Versions ... (Bluebird)
- , "Ponchartrain," Centennial (-)
Hoagy Carmichael & His Orch., "Rockin' Chair," Stardust, and Much More (Bluebird)
Duke Ellington, "Oclupaca," Latin American Suite (Fantasy)
- , "Chico Cuadradino," - (-)
- , "Eque," - (-)
- , "Tina," - (-)
- , "The Sleeping Lady and the Giant Who Watches Over Her," - (-)
- , "Latin American Sunshine," - (-)
- , "Brasilliance," - (-)  

Friday, April 2:
BOOKER LITTLE

Max Roach, "Jodie's Cha-Cha," Deeds Not Words (Riverside/OJC) 
Booker Little, "Dungeon Waltz," Booker Little 4 & Max Roach (Blue Note)
- , "Moonlight Becomes You," - (-)
Max Roach, "Old Folks," Award Winning Drummer (Bainbridge/Time) 
Frank Strozier, "Waltz of the Demons," Fantastic Plus (Vee Jay)
- , "Runnin'," - (-)
Booker Little, "Life's a Little Blue," Booker Little (Bainbridge/Time)
- , "Minor Sweet," - (-)
Teddy Charles New Directions Quartet & Guest Stars, "The Confined Few,"
Booker Little & Booker Ervin: Sounds of the City (Collectables) 
Eric Dolphy, "Mrs. Parker of K.C. (Bird's Mother)," Far Cry (New Jazz/OJC)
- , "Miss Ann," - (-)
Booker Little & His Quintet, "We Speak," Out Front (Ace/Candid)
- , "Man of Words," - (-)
- , "Hazy Hues," - (-)
- , "Quiet Please," - (-)
Booker Little, "Victory and Sorrow," And Friend (Avenue Jazz/Bethlehem)
- , "If I Should Lose You," - (-)

Saturday, March 27:
PEE WEE RUSSELL


Red Nichols & His Five Pennies, "Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider," 1927-1928
(Classics)
- , "Feelin' No Pain," - (-)
Mound City Blue Blowers, "One Hour," Coleman Hawkins: Essential Sides Remastered (JSP) 
Harlem Hot Shots, "I Would Do Anything for You," Billy Banks: 1932 (Classics)
Louis Prima & His New Orleans Gang, "Chasing Shadows," 1930s: The Singers (Columbia)
Eddie Condon & His Windy City Seven, "Love Is Just Around the Corner," Billy Crystal Presents the Milt Gabler Story (Verve) 
Bud Freeman & His Gang, "Tappin' the Commodore Till," 1928-1938 (Classics) 
Bobby Hackett's Rhythm Cats, "Singing the Blues," Pee Wee Russell (Shoestring)
Eddie Condon & His Band, "You're Some Pretty Doll," Commodore Story (Commodore)
The Three Deuces, "Jig Walk," Pee Wee Russell: Jazz Original (-)
- , "The Last Time I Saw Chicago," - (-) 
Cliff Jackson Quartet, "Quiet Please," 1930-1945 (Classics)
- , "Squeeze Me," - (-)
Pee Wee Russell's Hot Four, "Take Me to the Land of Jazz" (alternate take), Jazz Original (Commodore)
- , "Rose of Washington Square," - (-)
Pee Wee Russell, "Sentimental Journey," The Individualism of (Savoy) 
Eddie Condon & His All-Stars, "Three-Two-One Blues," Complete Recordings
(Mosaic)
Pee Wee Russell, "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" (second version), Plays Pee Wee (Stere-o-craft)
- , "Englewood," Swingin' with Pee Wee (Prestige)
- , "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams," - (-)
- , "All Too Soon," Jazz Reunion (Candid) 
Pee Wee Russell Quartet, "Pee Wee's Blues," New Groove (Columbia)
- , "The Red Planet," - (-)
Pee Wee Russell & Oliver Nelson & His Orch., "Ja-Da," Spirit of '67
(Impulse)

Friday, March 26:
BREW MOORE


Brew Moore Quartet, "Blue Brew," The Kerouac Connection (Giant Steps)
- , "Brew Blue," - (-)
- , "More Brew," - (-)
- , "No More Brew," - (-)
Brew Moore Septet, "Gold Rush," - (-)
- , "Mud Bug," - (-)
- , "Kai's Kid," - (-)
Stan Getz & His Four Brothers, "Four and One Moore," The Brothers
(Prestige/OJC)
Howard McGhee Sextet, "Fluid Drive," And Introducing the Kenny Drew Trio (Blue Note) 
Brew Moore, "Bernie's Tune," Charlie Parker: In Montreal 1953 (Uptown) Chuck Wayne Quintet, "Butterfingers," Tasty Pudding (Savoy) 
Cal Tjader, "Brew's Blues," Tjader Plays Tjazz (Fantasy/OJC)
- , "Imagination," - (-)
- , "A Minor Goof," - (-)
Brew Moore, "Them There Eyes," Quintet (-)
- , "Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)," - (-)
- , "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," - (-) 
Cal Tjader, "Will You Still Be Mine?" Latin Kick (-)
- , "Blues from Havana," - (-)
Brew Moore, "Ergo (Zonky)," Svingtet 14 (Black Lion)
- , "The Monster" (edit), - (-)
- , "Baite," Brew's Stockholm Dew (Sonet)
- , "No More Brew," No More Brew (Storyville) 

Saturday, March 20:
HAROLD MABERN

Art Farmer Quartet, "Tonk," Perception (Mercury) 
Art FarmerBenny Golson Jazztet, "Richie's Dilemma," Here and Now (-) Roland Kirk Quartet, "I've Got Your Number," Meets the Benny Golson Orch. (-)
Jackie McLean, "Bluesanova," Jackknife (Blue Note) 
Wes Montgomery, "To Wane," Complete Live in Paris 1965 (Definitive) 
Lee Morgan, "Beehive," Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note) 
Harold Mabern, "Blues for Phineas," Wailin' (Prestige)
- , "I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do," - (-) 
George Coleman, "Soul Eyes," At Yoshi's (Theresa) 
Harold Mabern, "APAB and Others," Straight Street (DIW/Columbia)
- , "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing," - (-)
- , "Look on the Bright Side," The Leading Man (Columbia) 
Eric Alexander, "It's All in the Game," It's All in the Game (HighNote)

Friday, March 19:
LENNIE TRISTANO

Earl Swope Quintet, "Tea for Two," Lennie Tristano: Intuition (Proper)
Lennie Tristano, "I Found a New Baby," - (-)
Lennie Tristano Trio, "Untitled blues," - (-)
- , "I Can't Get Started with You" (take 2), - (-)
Barry Ulanov's All Stars, "Hot House," Charlie Parker w/ Lennie Tristano:
Complete Recordings (Definitive)
Lennie Tristano Quintet, "Subconscious Lee," Lee Konitz (Prestige/OJC)
Lennie Tristano Sextet, "Wow," Intuition (Capitol)
- , "Crosscurrent," - (-)
Metronome All-Stars, "Victory Ball," The Metronome All-Star Bands (Bluebird)
- , "No Figs," The Bebop Era (Columbia)
Lennie Tristano Sextet, "Intuition," Intuition (Capitol)
Charlie Parker, "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," w/ Lennie
Tristano: Complete Recordings (Definitive)
Lennie Tristano Quintet, "Lennie's Pennies," Live in Toronto 1952 (Jazz)
Lennie Tristano, "Line Up," Lennie Tristano/The New Tristano (Rhino/Atlantic)
- , "I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You," - (-)
- , "Requiem," - (-)
- , "Pennies in Minor," Complete Atlantic Recordings of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh (Mosaic)
- , "Turkish Mambo," Lennie Tristano/The New Tristano (Rhino/Atlantic)
- , "You Go to My Head," - (-)
- , "East Thirty-Second," - (-)
- , "C Minor Complex," The New Tristano (-)
- , "Imagination," Concert in Copenhagen (Jazz)

Saturday, March 13:
BLUE MITCHELL

Lou Donaldson, "Down Home," Quartet/Quintet/Sextet (Blue Note) 
Blue Mitchell, "Sir John," Big 6 (Riverside/OJC)
- , "Blues March," - (-)
Horace Silver, "Where You At?" Horace-scope (Blue Note)
- , "Juicy Lucy," Finger Poppin' (-)
- , "Doin' the Thing," Doin' the Thing: At the Village Gate (-) 
Blue Mitchell, "How Deep Is the Ocean?" The Cup Bearers (Riverside/OJC) 
Horace Silver, "Silver's Serenade," Silver's Serenade (Blue Note)
- , "The Dragon Lady," - (-)
Harold Vick, "Dotty's Dream," Steppin' Out! (-) 
Freddie Roach, "On Our Way Up," Good Move! (-) 
Blue Mitchell, "Fungii Mama," The Thing to Do (-)
- , "I Should Care," Boss Horn (-)
- , "Asso-Kam," Graffiti Blues (Mainstream)

Friday, March 12:
ART TATUM PLAYS, LOUIS et al. SING

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "On the Sunny Side of the Street," Complete, Vol. 1-2 (RCA) 
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "Mean to Me," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. 4 (Columbia)
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Chu Berry & His Stompy Stevedores, "Too Marvelous for Words," 1937-1941 (Classics)
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Ella Fitzgerald, "Someone to Watch Over Me," Pure Ella (Decca) 
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Henry "Red" Allen's All Stars, "I Cover the Waterfront," World on a String (Bluebird)
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Sarah Vaughan, "In a Sentimental Mood," After Hours (Blue Note/Roulette) Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Sarah Vaughan, "I Didn't Know What Time It Was," Crazy and Mixed Up (-) Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (-) 
Louis Armstrong & His Orch., "Ain't Misbehavin'," 1929-1930 (Classics) 
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Fats Waller, His Rhythm & His Orch., - , Very Best of (RCA) 
Louis Armstrong & His Orch., "Body and Soul," Love Songs (Columbia) 
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Louis Armstrong & His Orch., "Star Dust," 1931-1932 (Classics) 
Art Tatum, - , Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Louis Armstrong & His Orch., "I've Got the World on a String," More Greatest Hits (RCA) Art Tatum, - , 
Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo) 
Red McKenzie with the Spirits of Rhythm, - , Spirits of Rhythm: 1933-1945 (Classics)
Art Tatum, "Makin' Whoopee," Best of the Complete Pablo Solo Recordings (Pablo)
Louis Armstrong, - , Meets Oscar Peterson (Verve) 
Art Tatum, "Mighty Like a Rose" Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 7 (Pablo)

Saturday, March 6:
CHARLES TOLLIVER


Jackie McLean, "Plight," Action (Blue Note) 
Charles Tolliver, "Household of Saud," Paper Man (Arista)
- , "Peace with Myself," - (-)
Charles Tolliver & Music Inc., "The Ringer," The Ringer (Black Lion)
- , "Drought," Mosaic Select (Mosaic)
- , "Truth," Grand Max (Black Lion)
Charles Tolliver, "On the Nile," Music Inc. & Big Band (Strata-East) 
Charles Tolliver w/ Music Inc. & Orch., "Mother Wit," Impact (-) 
Charles Tolliver, "Compassion," Compassion (-)
- , "Toughin'," Live in Berlin at the Quasimodo, Vol. 2 (-) 
Charles Tolliver Big Band, "Emperor March," Emperor March (Half Note)

Friday, March 5:
WES MONTGOMERY

Wes Montgomery, "Gone with the Wind," Incredible Jazz Guitar (Riverside/OJC)
- , "Four on Six," Complete Live in Paris 1965 (Definitive)
- , "The Girl Next Door," - (-)
- , "Twisted Blues," - (-)
- , "Here's That Rainy Day," - (-)
- , "Impressions," - (-)
- , "Jingles," - (-)
- , "'Round Midnight," - (-)
- , "Full House," - (-)
- , "Blue 'n Boogie/West Coast Blues," - (-)
- , "I'm Just a Lucky So and So," So Much Guitar! (Riverside/OJC) 

Saturday, Feb. 27:
DEXTER GORDON

Billy Eckstine & His Orch., "Blowing the Blues Away," Legendary Big Band (Savoy)
Dexter Gordon, "Long Tall Dexter," Settin' the Pace (-)
- , "Dexter Digs In," - (-)
- , "Blues Bikini (All Men Are Cremated Equal)," Complete Savoy and Dial Master Takes (Definitive)
- , "The Chase," - (-)
- , "Confirmation," Daddy Plays the Horn (Bethlehem)
- , "I Was Doing All Right," Doin' Allright (Blue Note)
- , "Clear the Dex," Dexter Calling (-)
- , "Smile," - (-)
- , "I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry," Go! (-)
- , "Second Balcony Jump," - (-)
- , "Billie's Bounce," Billie's Bounce (Steeplechase)
- , "Valse Robin," The Panther (Prestige/OJC)
- , "Body and Soul," Manhattan Symphonie (Columbia)

Friday, Feb. 26:
TEDDY EDWARDS

Howard McGhee Sextet, "Up in Dodo's Room" (alt.), Dodo Marmarosa: Up in Dodo's Room (Jazz Classics) 
Dexter Gordon Teddy Edwards Quintet, "The Duel, Parts 1 & 2," Bebop Spoken Here (Proper) 
Teddy Edwards Quartet, "Blues in Teddy's Flat," Steady with Teddy (Cool & Blue)
Teddy Edwards, "Fairy Dance," Central Avenue Breakdown (Onyx)
- , "Talk of the Town," - (-)
- , "Wonderful Work," - (-)
- , "Teddy's Tune," - (-)
- , "Tempo De Blues," Sunset Eyes (Pacific Jazz)
- , "Our Last Goodbye," Back to Avalon (Contemporary)
- , "Sunset Eyes," Sunset Eyes (Pacific Jazz)
- , "I Hear a Rhapsody," - (-)
- , "Good Gravy," Good Gravy! (-)
- , "Could You Forget," - (-)
Teddy Edwards/Howard McGhee, "Misty," Together Again! (-)
- , "Together Again," - (-)
Teddy Edwards, "Rosalie," Ladiues Man (HighNote)
- , "Laura," - (-)
- , "Saskia," - (-)
- , "Indian Summer," Smooth Sailing (-)
- , "Smooth Sailing," - (-)

Saturday, Feb. 20:
BESSIE SMITH w/ instrumentals


Bessie Smith, "Down Hearted Blues," Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (Columbia) 
Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra, - , 1923 (Classics) 
Bessie Smith, "Gulf Coast Blues," Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (Columbia) Clarence Johnson, - , Boogie Woogie Blues (Biograph) 
Bessie Smith, "Oh Daddy (You Won't Have No Mama at All)," Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (Columbia) 
Johnny Dodds & Tiny Parham, - , 1927 (Classics) 
Bessie Smith, "Baby Won't You Please Come Home," Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (Columbia)
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feetwarmers, - , Legendary (Bluebird) Bessie Smith, "'Tain't Nobody's Bizness if I Do," Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (Columbia)
Thomas "Fats" Waller, - , Classic Jazz from Rare Piano Rolls (Biograph) Bessie Smith & Her Band, "I Ain't Got Nobody," Complete Recordings, Vol. 2 (Columbia)
Earl Hines, - , 1928-1932 (Classics)
Bessie Smith, "Squeeze Me," Complete Recordings, Vol. 3 (Columbia) Thomas "Fats" Waller, - , Classic Jazz from Rare Piano Rolls (Biograph) Bessie Smith & Her Blue Boys, "Send Me to the 'Lectric Chair," - (Columbia) Vic Dickenson, - , Trombone Cholly (Storyville) 
Bessie Smith & Her Band, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," Complete Recordings, Vol. 3 (Columbia) Miff Mole's Molers, - , Vol. 1 (Frog)
- , "After You've Gone," Vol. 2 (-)
Bessie Smith & Her Band, - , Complete Recordings, Vol. 3 (Columbia) 
Bessie Smith, "A Good Man Is Hard to Find," - (-) 
Frankie Trumbauer & His Orch., - , Bix Beiderbecke, Vol. 2: At the Jazz Band Ball (-) 
Sidney Bechet's Blue Note Jazzmen, "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out," Best of (Blue Note) 
Bessie Smith, - , Complete Recordings, Vol. 4 (Columbia) 
Bessie Smith with Buck & His Band, "Do Your Duty," Complete Recordings, Vol. 5 (-)
Vic Dickenson, - , Trombone Cholly (Storyville) 
Bessie Smith w/ Buck & His Band, "Take Me for a Buggy Ride," Complete Recordings, Vol. 5 (Columbia)
- , "Gimme a Pigfoot," - (-)

Friday, Feb. 19:
DAVID MURRAY

David Murray & the Gwo Ka Masters, "Congo," The Devil Tried to Kill Me (Justin Time) 
David Murray, "Sarah's Lament," Ballads (DIW) 
David Murray Octet, "Last of the Hipmen," unissued
- , "Home," -
- , "Dewey's Circle," -
David Murray Trio, "Fling," The Hill (Black Saint) 
David Murray, "Ballad for the Black Man," Ballads (DIW)
- , "Love in Resort," - (-)
- , "Cousin Mary," Special Quartet (DIW/Columbia)
- , "In the Spirit," Shakill's Warrior (-)
- , "Shakill's Warrior," - (-)
- , "Duet," Morning Song (Black Saint) 

Saturday, Feb. 13:
WARDELL GRAY

Earl Hines & His Orchestra, "Let's Get Started," 1945-1947 (Classics) 
Wardell Gray Quartet, "Dell's Bells" (take 4), One for Prez (1201 Music/Black Lion)
- , "The Man I Love" (take 3), - (-)
Charlie Parker's New Stars, "Relaxin' at Camarillo" (take A), Complete Savoy and Dial Studio Recordings (Savoy) 
Gene Norman's Just Jazz, "Sweet Georgia Brown," Wardell Gray: Way Out Wardell (Crown)
- , "Blue Lou," - (-)
Benny Goodman Septet, "Donna Lee," Stan Hasselgård & Benny Goodman: At Click 1948 (Dragon)
Benny Goodman Sextet, "WMGM Jump," Jazz off the Air, Vol. 2 (Spotlite) 
Count Basie & His Orch., "Little Dog," Wardell Gray/Stan Hasselgård (-) Wardell Gray Quartet, "Light Gray," Story (Proper) 
Al Haig Quartet, "Twisted," Wardell Gray: Memorial Album, Vol. 1 (Prestige/OJC)
- , "Sweet Lorraine," - (-)
- , "Southside" (take D), - (-)
Wardell Gray Quartet, "A Sinner Kissed an Angel," Memorial Album, Vol. 2 (-)
- , "Grayhound" (take B), - (-)
Wardell Gray's Los Angeles All Stars, "Move," - (-) 
Count Basie & His Orch., "Little Pony," America's #1 Band! (Columbia) 
Gene Norman's Just Jazz Concert, "The Steeplechase," The Chase and the Steeplechase (MCA/Decca)
- , "The Chase," - (-)
Louis Bellson's Just Jazz All Stars, "The Jeep Is Jumpin'," Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions (Mosaic)
- , "Johnny Come Lately," - (-)
Wardell Gray, "Pennies from Heaven," Live at the Haig (Fresh Sound)  Friday, Feb. 12:
MEL POWELL


Benny Goodman Sextet, "Limehouse Blues," Small Groups: 1941-1945 (Columbia) 
Benny Goodman & His Orch., "The Count," Plays Mel Powell (Hep)
- , "The Earl," - (-)
- , "I'm Here," - (-)
Mel Powell & His Orch., "Blue Skies," The World Is Waiting (Commodore)
- , "Mood at Twilight," - (-)
- , "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise," - (-) 
Benny Goodman & His Orch., "A String of Pearls," Plays Mel Powell (Hep) Benny Goodman Quintet, "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise," Small Groups: 1941-1945 (Columbia)
Benny Goodman & His Orch., "Why Don't You Do Right?" Plays Mel Powell (Hep)
- , "Mission to Moscow," - (-)
Maj. Glenn Miller & the Army Air Force Band, "Stealin' Apples," Mel Powell: Piano Prodigy (Ocium)
Mel Powell, "Hommage à Fats Waller," - (-) 
Benny Goodman & His Orch., "Clarinade," Plays Mel Powell (Hep) 
Benny Goodman Sextet, "I Got Rhythm" (12-inch), Slipped Disc: 1945-1946 (Columbia)
Mel Powell, "For 'Miss Black,'" Piano Prodigy (Ocium) 
Benny Goodman Trio, "I Want to Be Loved," 1946 (Classics) 
Benny Goodman Quintet, "Oh, Lady Be Good!" - (-) 
Mel Powell & His Orch., "Avalon," Piano Prodigy (Ocium) 
Mel Powell, "When a Woman Loves a Man," - (-)
- , "Cookin' One Up," - (-)
- , "It's Been So Long," It's Been So Long (Vanguard)
- , "Pennies from Heaven," - (-)
- , "You're My Thrill," The Best Things in Life (-)
- , "Quin and Sonic," It's Been So Long (-)
- , "Stomping at the Savoy," The Return of (Chiaroscuro)
- , "I Can't Get Started," - (-)

Saturday, Feb. 6:
NUTVILLE

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, "Down Under," Mosaic (Blue Note) 
Bobby Hutcherson, "Maiden Voyage," Happenings (-) 
Horace Silver, "Nutville," Cape Verdean Blues (-) 
Joe Henderson, "Recorda Me," Page One (-) 
Grant Green, "Django" (alternate take), Idle Moments (-) 
Freddie Hubbard, "Hub-Tones," Hub-Tones (-) 
Hank Mobley, "Three Coins in a Fountain," Workout (-) 
Duke Pearson, "Amanda," Wahoo (-) 
Herbie Hancock, "Dolphin Dance," Maiden Voyage (-) 
McCoy Tyner, "Passion Dance," The Real McCoy (-) 
Eric Dolphy, "G.W.," Outward Bound (Prestige/OJC) 
Lee Morgan, "Search for the New Land," Search for the New Land (Blue Note)

Friday, Feb. 5:
BILL MAYS

Bill Mays & Red Mitchell, "Well You Needn't," Two of a Mind (ITI)
- , "Willow Weep for Me," - (-)
Bill Mays & Ray Drummond, "One to One," One to One (DMP)
- , "Lover Man," - (-)
Bill Mays, "I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry," At Maybeck (Concord) 
Bill Mays & Ed Bickert, "Bick's Bag," Bill Mays/Ed Bickert (-) 
Bill Mays & Ray Drummond, "Skylark," One to One (DMP) 
Bill Mays Trio, "Wig Wise," An Ellington Affair (-) 
Bill Mays (& Marvin Stamm), "Baubles, Bangles, and Beads," Fantasy (Palmetto)
- , "Invention #8/Ah-Leu-Cha," - (-)
Bill Mays Trio, "Judy," Going Home (-)
- , "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," - (-)
- , "Shoho Love Song," - (-)
- , "Have You Met Miss Jones?" Live at Jazz Standard (-)
- , "Euterpe," - (-)
- , "I've Never Been in Love Before," Mays at the Movies (Steeplechase)

Saturday, Jan. 30:
ROY ELDRIDGE

Gene Krupa's Swing Band, "Swing Is Here," Swing! Greatest Hits (RCA Victor) Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra, "Blue Lou," A Study in Frustration
(Columbia)
- , "Jangled Nerves," 1934-1937 (Classics) 
Roy Eldridge & His Orch., "Florida Stomp," 1935-1940 (-)
- , "After You've Gone," - (-)
Chu Berry & His Little Jazz Ensemble, "Sittin' In" (#2), Complete Commodore Jazz Recordings, Vol. 1 (Mosaic)
- , "Body and Soul," Berry Story (EPM)
Mildred Bailey & Her Orch., "I'm Nobody's Baby," The Incomparable (Columbia) 
Coleman Hawkins & the Chocolate Dandies, "I Surrender Dear" (#3), Complete Commodore Jazz Recordings, Vol. 1 (Mosaic)
- , "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," - (-) 
Gene Krupa & His Orch., "Let Me Off Uptown" (alternate take), Roy Eldridge:
Little Jazz (Columbia)
- , "Rockin' Chair," Drum Crazy (ASV)
Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Little Jazz," 1942-1945 (-) 
Roy Eldridge with Strings, "I Remember Harlem," 1951 (Classics) 
Roy Eldridge & Dizzy Gillespie, "I've Found a New Baby," Roy and Diz (Verve) Coleman Hawkins, "Hanid," Coleman Hawkins (-) 
Roy Eldridge, "Blues for Old 'N's,'" Earl Hines & Roy Eldridge: At the Village Vanguard (Xanadu) 
Oscar Peterson & Roy Eldridge, "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea,"
Oscar Peterson and Roy Eldridge (Pablo/OJC) 
Roy Eldridge 4, "I Surrender Dear," Montreux '77 (-) 
Roy Eldridge acc. Marian McPartland, "I Want a Little Girl," Piano Jazz (Jazz Alliance)

Friday, Jan. 29:
JEANNE LEE

Jeanne Lee w/ Ran Blake, "Laura," Newest Sound Around (BMG International)
- , "When Sunny Gets Blues," - (-)
Ran Blake & Jeanne Lee, "Take the 'A' Train," Free Standards: Stockholm 1966 (Columbia Fr.)
- , "Night and Day," - (-)
Carla Bley/Paul Haines, "End of Rawalpindi" (beg.), Escalator Over the Hill
(ECM)
Jeanne Lee, "Sundance," Conspiracy (Earthforms) 
Enrico Rava, "Quotation Marks" (beg.), Quotation Marks (Japo) 
Andrew Cyrille/Jeanne Lee/Jimmy Lyons, "JJ&A," Nuba (Black Saint) 
Jeanne Lee, "Mingus Meditations," Natural Affinities (Sunnyside)
- , "Bruckner Boulevard" (unissued)
- , "Subway Couple" (-)
- , "I Like Your Style" (-)
- , "Jamaica" (-)
- , "I Thought About You," Natural Affinities (Sunnyside)
- , "Free Space," - (-)
- , "Ambrosia Mama," - (-)
Jeanne Lee & Mal Waldron, "You Go to My Head," After Hours (Owl) 

Saturday, Jan. 16:
WEST COAST MIX #2


Frank Rosolino, "Yo Yo," Kenton Presents Bob Cooper, Bill Holman & Frank Rosolino (Mosaic)
- , "Frank 'n Earnest," - (-)
Lennie Niehaus, "Poinciana," Vol. 1: The Quintets (Contemporary/OJC)
Hampton Hawes, "Hamp's Blues," Volume One (-)
- , "These Foolish Things," - (-)
Cy Touff, "Keester Parade," His Octet & Quintet (-)
Sonny Criss, "Wailin' with Joe," Go Man! (Imperial)
Chet Baker, "Love Nest," Quartet: Russ Freeman and Chet Baker (Pacific Jazz)
- , "Amblin'," - (-)
Cy Touff, "Half Past Jumping Time," His Octet & Quintet (-)
Bud Shank, "Theme," The Pacific Jazz Studio Sessions (Mosaic)
- , "A Night in Tunisia," - (-)
Mel Tormé, "Lulu's Back in Town," Lulu's Back in Town (Bethlehem)
Art Pepper, "You're Driving Me Crazy," The Return (Blue Note/Aladdin)
Paul Togawa (featuring Gabe Baltazar), "Peanuts," Quartet (V.S.O.P./Mode)
Bob Brookmeyer Quintet, "Slow Freight," Traditionalism Revisited (Pacific Jazz)
Warne Marsh Quartet, "Playa Del Ray," Music for Prancing (V.S.O.P./Mode)
Harold Land, "Grooveyard," Harold in the Land of Jazz (Contemporary/OJC)
Teddy Edwards Quartet, "Blues in G," Teddy's Ready! (-)

Friday, Jan. 15:
BAIKIDA CARROLL


Baikida Carroll, "Left Jab," Shadows and Reflections (Soul Note)
Julius Hemphill, "The Hard Blues" (edit), Reflections (Freedom)
Baikida Carroll, "Double Rainbow Forest," The Spoken Word (Hat Hut)
- , "At Roi," Shadows and Reflections (Soul Note)
- , "Jahi Sundance Lake," - (-)
Julius Hemphill, "Dogon A.D." (edit), Dogon A.D. (Freedom)
Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition, "Starburst," Inflation Blues (ECM)
Michele Rosewoman, "In a Mood," The Source (Soul Note)
Baikida Carroll, "King," Door of the Cage (-)
- , "Against Your Warmth," - (-)
- , "Down Under," Marionettes on a High Wire (Omnitone)
- , "Spade Hearts in Clubs," Door of the Cage (Soul Note)  


Saturday, Jan. 9:
KENNY CLARKE, Part 2


Milt Jackson, "Minor Conception," Jazz Skyline (Savoy)
Phineas Newborn Jr., "Celia," Here Is Phineas (Koch/Atlantic)
Kenny Clarke, "With Apologies to Oscar," Bohemia After Dark (Savoy)
Kenny Clarke's Sextet, "The Squirrel," Plays André Hodeir (Gitanes)
- , "Oblique," - (-)
Kenny Clarke, "Love Me or Leave Me," Americans Swinging in Paris (-)
- , "Black Knight," - (-)
Miles Davis, "Séquence Voiture (take 2)," Ascenseur pour l'Echafaud
(Fontana)
Oscar Pettiford, "Bohemia After Dark," First Bass (IAJRC)
Lester Young, "Three Little Words," Le Dernier Message (Gitanes)
Bud Powell, "Salt Peanuts," Essen Jazz Festival Concert (Black Lion)
Kenny Clarke, "Bell Hop," In Paris, Vol. 1 (DRG/Swing)
Lucky Thompson, "Say That to Say This," Lord, Lord, Am I Ever Gonna Know?
(Candid)
- , "Lord, Lord, Am I Ever Gonna Know?" - (-)
Kenny Clarke Trio, "No Smokin'," Americans in Europe (Impulse)
Clarke-Boland Big Band, "A Ball for Othello," Now Hear Our Meanin'
(Collectables/Sony)
Dexter Gordon, "A Night in Tunisia," Our Man in Paris (Blue Note)
Clarke-Boland Big Band, "Speedy Reeds," Handle with Care (Koch/Atlantic)
Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis-Johnny Griffin Quintet, "Again 'n' Again," Tough Tenors (MPS)
Oscar Peterson-Stephane Grappelli Quartet, "Autumn Leaves," Vol. 2 (Gitanes)
Al Haig Trio, "Linear Motion," Invitation (Spotlite)
Kenny Clarke, "Pieces of Time: By Kenny Clarke," Pieces of Time (Soul Note)

Friday, Jan. 8:
KENNY CLARKE, Part 1

Edgar Hayes & His Orch., "Meet the Band," 1937-1938 (Classics)
Edgar Hayes Quintet, "Blue Skies," - (-)
Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feetwarmers, "One O'Clock Jump," 1938-1940 (-)
Charlie Christian et al., "Swing to Bop," Debut/Period Sampler (Original Jazz Classics)
Count Basie & His Orch., "Down, Down, Down," 1941 (Classics)
Kenny Clarke & His 52nd Street Boys, "Epistrophy," 1946-1948 (-)
Dizzy Gillespie & His Orch., "Good Bait," Complete RCA Victor Recordings
(Bluebird)
Be Bop Minstrels, "Hard to Get," Kenny Clarke: 1946-1948 (Classics)
Tadd Dameron Big Ten, "Focus," Complete Blue Note and Capitol Recordings (Blue Note)
Miles Davis-Tadd Dameron Quintet, "Allen's Alley," In Paris (SME/Columbia)
Sidney Bechet & His All Star Band, "American Rhythm," 1949, Vol. 2
(Classics)
- , "Klook's Blues," - (-)
Roy Eldridge & His Little Jazz, "Nuts," And His Little Jazz, Vol. 1 (Vogue)
James Moody Quartet, "Nath," 1950-1951 (Classics)
Charlie Parker & His Orch., "Si Si," Complete Verve Master Takes (Verve)
Miles Davis, "Chance It," Vol. 1 (Blue Note)
- , "Willie the Wailer," And Horns (Prestige/OJC)
Modern Jazz Quartet, "But Not for Me," Django (-)
Art Farmer, "Confab in Tempo," Early Art (-)
Miles Davis All Stars, "Love Me or Leave Me," Walkin' (-)
Art Farmer/Gigi Gryce, "Deltitnu," When Farmer Met Gryce (-)
Lee Konitz, "Donna Lee," With Warne Marsh (Atlantic) 
Milt Jackson, "The Lady Is a Tramp," Jazz Skyline (Savoy)

Saturday, Jan. 2:
SATURDAY NIGHT SOUL


Grant Green, "Ain't It Funky Now," Green Is Beautiful (Blue Note) 
Stanley Turrentine, "Don't Mess with Mister T.," Don't Mess with Mister T. (CTI/Legacy)
Freddie Hubbard, "Suite Sioux," Red Clay (CTI/CBS) 
Melvin Sparks, "Thank You (Falettin' Me Be Mice Elf Again)," Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige) 
Houston Person, "Just My Imagination," Legends of Acid Jazz (-) 
Charles Earland, "More Today Than Yesterday," Black Talk! (Prestige/OJC) King Curtis, "Memphis Soul Stew," Live at Fillmore West (Atco)
- , "A Whiter Shade of Pale," - (-)
- , "Whole Lotta Love," - (-)
- , "I Stand Accused," - (-)
- , "Changes," - (-)
- , "Ode to Billy Joe," - (-)
- , "Mr. Bojangles," - (-)
- , "Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours," - (-)
- , "Soul Serenade," - (-)
Eddie Harris, "Sham Time," Electrifying/Plug Me In (Rhino/Atlantic)

Friday, Jan. 1:
MILT JACKSON


Dizzy Gillespie & His Orch., "Anthropology," Complete RCA Victor Recordings (Bluebird)
Thelonious Monk Quartet, "Epistrophy," Very Best (Blue Note) 
Milt Jackson, "Bluesology," Meet Milt Jackson (Savoy) 
Thelonious Monk, "Willow Weep for Me," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)
Milt Jackson, "What's New," Wizard of the Vibes (-)
- , "Bags' Groove," - (-)
Modern Jazz Quartet, "Milano," Django (Prestige/OJC) 
Miles Davis, "Bags' Groove" (take 1), Bags' Groove (-) 
Modern Jazz Quartet, "All of You," Concorde (-) 
Milt Jackson, "Minor Conception," Jackson's-ville (Savoy) 
Milt Jackson & John Coltrane, "Three Little Words," Bags & Trane (Atlantic) Milt Jackson & Wes Montgomery, "Stairway to the Stars," Bags Meets Wes! (Riverside/OJC)
Modern Jazz Quartet, "The Cylinder," European Concert (Atlantic) 
Milt Jackson, "Little Girl," "Live" at the Village Gate (Riverside/OJC)
- , "Old Devil Moon," Goodbye (CTI/Epic)
- , "Come Sunday," Mostly Duke (Pablo/OJC)
- , "The Prophet Speaks," The Prophet Speaks (Warner Bros.)
- , "Cedar Lane," Reverence and Compassion (-)
- , "Brother K," Burnin' in the Woodhouse (-)