Real Deal Playlist - June - Dec. 2010

Saturday, Oct. 11:

ART BLAKEY ­ SIDEMAN

Billy Eckstine & His Orchestra, "Opus X," 1944-1945 (Classics)

James Moody, "Cu-Ba," 1948-1949 (Classics)

Gene Ammons, "Chabootie," Story: The 78 Era (Prestige)

Miles Davis, "Denial," Dig (Prestige/OJC)

Zoot Sims & Al Cohn, "The Red Door," Stan Getz et al.: The Brothers (Prestige/OJC)

Horace Silver Trio, "Safari," Trio (Blue Note)

Sonny Rollins, "Swingin' for Bumsy," Moving Out (Prestige/OJC)

Hank Mobley, "Avila and Tequila," Complete Blue Note Fifties Studio Sessions (Mosaic)

Thelonious Monk, "Honeysuckle Rose," The Unique (Riverside/OJC)

Herbie Nichols, "Amoeba's Dance," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Mosaic)

Hank Mobley, "Reunion," Complete Blue Note Fifties Studio Sessions (Mosaic)

Tony Bennett, "Just One of Those Things," The Beat of My Heart (Columbia)

Cannonball Adderley, "Rangoon," Somethin' Else (Blue Note)

Sonny Clark, "Minor Meeting," My Conception (Blue Note)

Kenny Burrell, "Hallelujah," On View at the Five Spot Cafe (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "The Lion and the Wolff," Leeway (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "It Ain't Necessarily So," The Complete Quartets with Sonny Clark (Blue Note)

Quincy Jones Big Band, "I Had a Ball," Rahsaan Roland Kirk: Complete Mercury Recordings (Mercury)


Friday, Oct. 10:

THELONIOUS MONK

Minton's Playhouse band, "Nice Work if You Can Get It," Early Thelonious Monk (Moon)

Coleman Hawkins, "Flyin' Hawk," Bean and the Boys (Prestige)

Thelonious Monk, "Well You Needn't," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Monk's Mood," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Misterioso," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "'Round Midnight," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Criss Cross," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Ask Me Now" (alternate take), Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Little Rootie Tootie," Trio (Prestige/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "These Foolish Things," Trio (Prestige/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," Monk (Prestige/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart," Plays Duke Ellington (Riverside/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "Pannonica," Complete Riverside Recordings (Riverside)

Thelonious Monk, "'Round Midnight," Thelonious Himself (Riverside/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "Crepuscule with Nellie," At Carnegie Hall (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Thelonious," At Town Hall (Riverside/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "Tea for Two," Criss Cross (Columbia)

Thelonious Monk, "Everything Happens to Me," Monk Alone (Columbia)

Thelonious Monk, "Bright Mississippi," Monk's Dream (Columbia)

Thelonious Monk, "Just a Gigolo," Monk Alone (Columbia)

Thelonious Monk, "Blue Sphere," London Collection (Black Lion)

Thelonious Monk, "Nice Work if You Can Get It," London Collection (Black Lion)


Saturday, Sept. 27:

BUD POWELL

Cootie Williams Sextet, "Floogie Boo," 1941-1944 (Classics)

Cootie Williams & Buddy Powell, "West End Blues," Bud Powell: Vol. 1 (Mythic Sound)

Dexter Gordon Quintet, "Long Tall Dexter," Settin' the Pace (Savoy)

Dexter Gordon Quintet, " Dexter Digs In" (alternate take), Settin' the Pace (Savoy)

J.J. Johnson Quintet, "Jay Bird" (take 1), Bud Powell: Mad Bebop (Savoy)

J.J. Johnson Quintet, " Jay Jay" (take 1), Bud Powell: Mad Bebop (Savoy)

Bud Powell Trio, "Indiana," Trio Plays (Roulette)

Bud Powell Trio, "I'll Remember April," Trio Plays (Roulette)

Bud Powell Trio, "Bud's Bubble," Trio Plays (Roulette)

Bud Powell Trio, " Off Minor," Trio Plays (Roulette)

Charlie Parker All Stars, "Cheryl," Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings (Savoy)

Charlie Parker All Stars, " Buzzy" (take 1), Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings (Savoy)

Bud Powell Trio, "Strictly Confidential," Jazz Giant (Verve)

Bud Powell Trio, " Tempus Fugit," Jazz Giant (Verve)

Bud Powell Quintet, "Bouncing with Bud," Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

Bud Powell Trio, "Ornithology," Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

Bud Powell Quintet, "Dance of the Infidels," Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

Bud Powell Trio, "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm," Jazz Giant (Verve)

Sonny Stitt Quartet, "I Want to Be Happy," Sonny Stitt/Bud Powell/J.J. Johnson (Prestige/OJC)

Bud Powell Trio, "Get Happy," Jazz Giant (Verve)

Bud Powell Trio, "Hallelujah," Genius of (Verve)

Bud Powell, "Parisian Thoroughfare," Genius of (Verve)

Bud Powell, "Hallucinations," Genius of (Verve)

Charlie Parker & the All Stars, "Blue 'n Boogie," Summit Meeting at Birdland (Columbia)

Charlie Parker & the All Stars, "Anthropology," Summit Meeting at Birdland (Columbia)

Bud Powell Trio, "Un Poco Loco," Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

Bud Powell, "It Could Happen to You," Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

Bud Powell Trio, "A Night in Tunisia," Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

 

Friday, Sept. 26

GEORGE GERSHWIN

George Gershwin, "Swanee," Gershwin Plays Gershwin (Dal Segno)

Al Jolson, "Swanee," You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet (Columbia)

Eddie Condon & His Orch., "Somebody Loves Me," Dixieland All-Stars (Decca)

Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Footwarmers, "Oh! Lady Be Good!" Victor Sessions: Master Takes 1932-43 (Bluebird)

California Ramblers, "Oh! Lady Be Good!" Vintage Gershwin (CBS)

Cliff Edwards, "Fascinatin' Rhythm," Hottest Man in Town (ASV)

Lee Wiley w/ Joe Bushkin's Orch., "Sweet and Low Down," Sings Porter & Gershwin (Audiophile)

Coleman Hawkins Quintet feat. Teddy Wilson, "S'Wonderful," Complete (Mercury)

Sarah Vaughan, "How Long Has This Been Going On?" Sings George Gershwin (Mercury)

Frank Sinatra w/ Count Basie & His Orch., "I've Got a Crush on You," Sinatra at the Sands (Reprise)

Art Tatum, "Liza (Take D)," Classic Early Solos (1934-1937) (Decca)

Bobby Hackett & His Orch., "Soon," 1943-1947 (Classics)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Someone to Watch Over Me," Pure Ella (Decca)

Sonny Stitt Quartet, "Strike Up the Band," Sonny Stitt/Bud Powell/J.J. Johnson (Prestige/OJC)

Ethel Waters, "I Got Rhythm," 1929-1931 (Classics)

Nat "King" Cole Trio, "Embraceable You," Best of (Capitol)

Charlie Parker Quintet, "Embraceable You" (alternate take), Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings (Savoy)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "Summertime," Collection, Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Miles Davis, "Summertime," Porgy & Bess (Columbia)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'," Porgy & Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, "Bess, You Is My Woman Now," Porgy & Bess (Verve)

Miles Davis, "It Ain't Necessarily So," Porgy & Bess (Columbia)

Cleo Laine, "My Man's Gone Now," w/ Ray Charles: Porgy & Bess (RCA)

Al Haig, "Bess, Oh Where's My Bess," Parisian Thoroughfare (Musica)

Louis Armstrong, "A Woman Is a Sometime Thing," Porgy & Bess (Verve)

Miles Davis, "There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York," Porgy & Bess (Columbia)

Thelonious Monk, "Nice Work if You Can Get It," London Collection, Vol. 1 (Black Lion)


Saturday, Sept. 20:


RED MITCHELL

Red Mitchell, “Kelly Green,” Happy Minors (Bethlehem)

Red Mitchell, “Happy Minor,” Happy Minors (Bethlehem)

Hampton Hawes, “Blues the Mose,” Trio (Contemporary/OJC)

Red Mitchell, “East Coast Outpost,” Red Mitchell (Bethlehem)

Jim Hall, “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” Jazz Guitar (Pacific Jazz)

Red Mitchell, “I Thought of You,” Presenting (Contemporary/OJC)

Red Mitchell, “Cheek to Cheek,” Presenting (Contemporary/OJC)

Red Mitchell, “Black Eyed Peas,” Rejoice! (Pacific Jazz)

Red Mitchell & Harold Land, “Hear Ye!” Hear Ye! (Contemporary/OJC)

Barney Kessell & Red Mitchell, “Summertime,” Two Way Conversation (Sonet)

Red Mitchell & Jimmy Rowles, “The Woman in the Shoe,” Red’n Me (Dreyfus)

Jim Hall & Red Mitchell, “Osaka Express,” Jim Hall & Red Mitchell (Artists House)

Red Mitchell–Warne Marsh Big Two, “Embraceable You,” Vol. 1 (Storyville)

Red Mitchell–Warne Marsh Big Two, “Hot House,” Vol. 2 (Storyville)

Bill Mays & Red Mitchell, “All Blues,” Two of a Mind (ITI)

Clark Terry & Red Mitchell, “Cute (Take 2),” Jive at Five (Enja)

Roger Kellaway & Red Mitchell, “Spoken Introduction,” Life’s a Take (Concord)

Roger Kellaway & Red Mitchell, “Have You Met Miss Jones?” Life’s a Take (Concord)



Friday, Sept. 19:

PETITS OISEAUX

William Parker Quartet, “Petit Oiseau,” Petit Oiseau (Aum Fidelity)

William Parker Quartet, “Hamid’s Groove/Daughter’s Joy,” Wood Flute Songs (Aum Fidelity)

William Parker Quartet, “Malachi’s Mode,” Wood Flute Songs (Aum Fidelity)

William Parker Quartet, “Corn Meal Dance,” Wood Flute Songs (Aum Fidelity)

John Coltrane, “Alabama,” Live at Birdland (Impulse)

John Coltrane, “Wise One,” Crescent (Impulse)

Peter Brötzmann Die Like a Dog Quartet, “Part 1,” Little Birds Have Fast Hearts No. 1 (FMP)

John Coltrane, “Naima,” Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings (Impulse)



Saturday, Sept. 13:

CHU BERRY

Chocolate Dandies, "Blue Interlude," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Red Norvo & His Swing Octet, "Bughouse," Featuring Mildred Bailey (Epic)

Henry Allen & His Orch., "I'll Never Say 'Never Again' Again," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Gene Krupa & His Swing Band, "Mutiny in the Parlor," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Christopher Columbus," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Stealin' Apples," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Blue Lou," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "Blues in C Sharp Minor," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Back in Your Own Backyard," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Chu Berry & His Stompy Stevedores, "Too Marvelous for Words" (alternate), Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "Queen Isabella," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Chu Berry & His Stompy Stevedores, "Chuberry Jam," Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "When You're Smiling," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Mildred Bailey & Her Orch., "Thanks for the Memory," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "I Like Music (With a Swing Like That)," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "Rustle of Swing," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Chu Berry & His "Little Jazz" Ensemble, "Body and Soul," 1937-1941 (Classics)

Chu Berry & His "Little Jazz" Ensemble, "46 West 52," 1937-1941 (Classics)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "That's All I Ask of You," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "Wizzin' the Wizz," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "Sweethearts on Parade," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "Aint'cha Comin' Home?" Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "Pluckin' the Bass," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "Hot Mallets," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "Bye Bye Blues," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "Lonesome Nights," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "Special Delivery," Chu Berry: Classic Columbia and Victor Sessions (Mosaic)

Chu Berry & His Jazz Ensemble, "Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You," 1937-1941 (Classics)



Friday, Sept. 12:

WARNE MARSH w/ Vocals

Ella Fitzgerald, "I Can't Give You Anything but Love," Intimate Ella (Verve)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "I Can't Give You Anything but Love," A Ballad Album (Criss Cross)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "Time on My Hands," Lady Day (Columbia)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "Time on My Hands," A Ballad Album (Criss Cross)

Helen Merrill, "The Nearness of You," Nearness of You (Mercury)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "The Nearness of You," A Ballad Album (Criss Cross)

Dinah Washington, "You Don't Know What Love Is," For Those in Love (Mercury)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "You Don't Know What Love Is," Unissued Copenhagen Studio Recordings (Storyville)

Anita O'Day, "Star Eyes," At Mister Kelly's (Verve)

Warne Marsh & Kenny Drew Trio, "Star Eyes," I've Got a Good One for You (Storyville)

Louis Armstrong, "Body and Soul," Louis Under the Stars (Verve)

Warne Marsh & Kenny Drew Trio, "Body and Soul," I've Got a Good One for You (Storyville)

Frank Sinatra, "Spring Is Here," Only the Lonely (Capitol)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "Spring Is Here," A Ballad Album (Criss Cross)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "Sometimes," Star Highs (Criss Cross)

Nat King Cole, "Stardust," The World of (Capitol)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "How Deep Is the Ocean?" A Ballad Album (Criss Cross)

Julie London, "How Deep Is the Ocean?" Lonely Girl (Liberty)

Warne Marsh Quartet, "God Bless the Child," Unissued Copenhagen Studio Recordings (Storyville)

Marion Williams, "God Bless the Child," Strong Again (Spirit Feel)


Saturday, Aug. 21:

Early ART FARMER

Wardell Gray, "Farmer's Market," Memorial, Vol. 2 (Prestige/OJC)
Art Farmer, "Soft Shoe," Early Art (-)
- , "I'll Take Romance," - (-)
Art Farmer­Gigi Gryce, "A Night at Tony's," When Farmer Met Gryce (-)
Art Farmer, "Alone Together," Early Art (-)
Gene Ammons, "Woofin' and Tweetin'," All-Star Sessions (-)
Art Farmer, "Sans Souci," Quintet (-)
- , "Ad-Dis-Un," Farmer's Market (-)
Gene Ammons, "The Happy Blues," The Happy Blues (-)
Art Farmer, "Back in the Cage," Portrait of (Contemporary/OJC)
- , "'And Now ...,'" - (-)
- , "Mox Nix," Modern Art (Blue Note)
- , "Darn That Dream," - (-)
Gerry Mulligan, "Blueport," What Is There to Say? (Columbia)
Art Farmer­Benny Golson Jazztet, "I Remember Clifford," Meet the Jazztet
(MCA/Chess)
- , "Five Spot After Dark," Complete Argo/Mercury Art Farmer/Benny
Golson/Jazztet Sessions (Mosaic)

Friday, Aug. 20:
JACK TEAGARDEN

Eddie's Hot Shots, "I'm Gonna Stomp Mr. Henry Lee," Jack Teagarden: That's a Serious Thing (Bluebird)
-, "That's a Serious Thing," - (-)
Mound City Blue Blowers, "Tailspin Blues," - (-)
-, "Never Had a Reason to Believe in You," - (-)
Ben Pollack & His Orch., "If I Could Be with You One Hour Tonight," Jack
Teagarden: King of the Blues Trombone (Collector's Choice)
Jack Teagarden & His Band, "Loveless Love," - (-)
Jack Teagarden & His Orch., "That's What I Like About You," - (-)
-, "(I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You," - (-)
Benny Goodman & His Orch., "Ain't Cha Glad?" - (-)
-, "Texas Tea Party," - (-)
-, "As Long as I Live," - (-)
Jack Teagarden & His Orch., "Stars Fell on Alabama," - (-)
Paul Whiteman & His Orch., "Ain't Misbehavin'," Jack Teagarden: That's a  Serious Thing (Bluebird)
Jack Teagarden & His Orch., "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues," King of the
Blues Trombone (Collector's Choice)
-, "Peg o' My Heart," - (-)
-, "Beale Street Blues," - (-)
-, "Swingin' on the Teagarden Gate," - (-)
Louis Armstrong & His All Stars, "Saint James Infirmary," Jack Teagarden: That's a Serious Thing (Bluebird)
-, "Jack-Armstrong Blues," - (-)
Jack Teagarden, "Casanova's Lament," Big T's Dixieland Band (Capitol)
Jack Teagarden & His Sextet, "Peaceful Valley," Mis'ry and the Blues (Verve)
-, "Basin Street Blues," - (-)
Bud Freeman's Summa Cum Laude Orch., "There'll Be Some Changes Made," Jack Teagarden: That's a Serious Thing (Bluebird)
-, "I Cover the Waterfront," - (-)
Jack Teagarden, "Tain't So Honey, Tain't So," Think Well of Me (Verve)
- , "A Hundred Years from Today," A Hundred Years from Today (Memphis Archives)

Saturday, Aug. 14:
STUFF SMITH

Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys, "Old Joe's Hittin' the Jug," 1936-1939 (Classics)
- , "You'se a Viper," - (-)
- , "Twilight in Turkey," - (-)
- , "Where Is the Sun?" - (-)
Stuff Smith & His Orchestra, "My Thoughts," - (-)
Stuff Smith Trio, "Ghost of a Chance," 1939-1944 (-)
- , "The Red Jumps," - (-)
- , "She's Funny That Way," - (-)
- , "Desert Sands," - (-)
- , "Bugle Call Rag," Town Hall Concert 1945 (Atlantic/Commodore)
Nat "King" Cole, "Sometimes I'm Happy," After Midnight (Capitol)
Stuff Smith, "Midway," Complete Verve Sessions (Mosaic)
Nat "King" Cole, "I Know That You Know," After Midnight (Capitol)
Stuff Smith, "The Blues I Know," Complete Verve Sessions (Mosaic)
- , "Blow Blow Blow," - (-)
Dizzy Gillespie & Stuff Smith, "Rio Pakistan," - (-)
Stuff Smith, "Desert Sands," Stephane GrappelliStuff Smith: Violins No End (Pablo)
Ella Fitzgerald, "I Let a Song Go out of My Heart," Duke Ellington Songbook (Verve)
Stuff Smith, "Fascinating Rhythm," Complete Verve Sessions (Mosaic)
Herb Ellis & Stuff Smith, "How Come You Do Me Like You Do," Together! (Koch/Epic)
- , "Alone Together," - (-)
Stuff Smith, "I Can't Get Started," Live at the Montmartre (Storyville)
- , "Take the 'A' Train," - (-)

Friday, Aug. 13:
TONY BENNETT, GEORGE SHEARING

Tony Bennett & Bill Evans, "My Foolish Heart," The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album (Fantasy/OJC)
Tony Bennett, "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," Jazz (Columbia)
- , "Give Me the Simple Life," - (-)
- , "Just One of Those Things," - (-)
- , "Let's Face the Music and Dance," - (-)
- , "Crazy Rhythm," - (-)
- , "Lullaby of Broadway," - (-)
- , "Solitude," - (-)
- , "Street of Dreams," - (-)
- , "I'm Thru with Love," - (-)
- , "Stella by Starlight," - (-)
- , "Close Your Eyes," - (-)
- , "Dancing in the Dark," - (-)
- , "When Lights Are Low," - (-)
- , "Judy," - (-)
- , "On Green Dolphin Street," - (-)
- , "Clear out of This World," - (-)
- , "Just Friends," - (-)
- , "Have You Met Miss Jones?" - (-)
- , "Love Scene," - (-)
- , "I Let a Song Go out of My Heart," - (-)
- , "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," - (-)
- , "Sweet Lorraine," - (-)
George Shearing Quintet, "September in the Rain,"
- , "Conception," - (-)
- , "I'll Remember April," - (-)
- , "Lullaby of Birdland," - (-)
George Shearing, "It Never Entered My Mind," Grand Piano (Concord)
- , "Mambo in Chimes" (take 1), And the Montgomery Brothers (Jazzland/OJC)

 

Saturday, July 31:
HANK JONES, Part 2

Hank Jones, "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)
- , "Sublime," Lazy Afternoon (-)
- , "Intimidation," - (-)
- , "A Child Is Born," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (-)
- , "What Is This Thing Called Love?" - (-)
- , "Oh What a Beautiful Mornin'," - (-)
- , "Six & Four," - (-)
Hank Jones/Bob Stewart, "Skylark," Take Two (VWC Jazz)
Hank Jones, "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," Handful of Keys (Verve)
Great Jazz Trio, "Rhythm-a-ning," Autumn Leaves (441)
- , "Autumn Leaves," - (-)
Hank Jones, "'Round Midnight," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)
Great Jazz Trio, "Someday My Prince Will Come," Someday My Prince Will Come (Eighty-eights)
- , "The Shadow of Your Smile," - (-)
Hank Jones, "Queen of Hearts," For My Father (Justin Time)
- , "Lotus Blossom," - (-)
Hank Jones & Frank Wess, "A Hankerin'," Hank & Frank (Lineage)
Great Jazz Trio, "Sweet Lorraine," 'S Wonderful (441)
- , "Moanin'," - (-)

Friday, July 30:
HANK JONES, Part 1

Charlie Parker Quartet, "Star Eyes," Charlie Parker (Verve)
Jazz at the Philharmonic, "Lester Leaps In," Charlie Parker: 1949 Jazz at the Philharmonic (-)
Hank Jones, "Little Girl Blue," Bluebird (Savoy)
- , "Hank's Pranks," - (-)
- , "A Sunday Kind of Love," Quartet, Vol. 2 (Gambit)
Cannonball Adderley, "Somethin' Else," Somethin' Else (Blue Note)
Hank Jones, "Bess You Is My Woman Now," Quartet, Vol. 2 (Gambit)
Milt Jackson/John Coltrane, "Three Little Words," Bags & Trane (Atlantic)
Wes Montgomery, "One for My Baby," So Much Guitar (Riverside/OJC)
Ben Webster, "In a Mellow Tone," See You at the Fair (Impulse)
Lucky Thompson, "In a Sentimental Mood," Lucky Strikes (Prestige/OJC)
Elvin Jones, "Anthropology," Dear John C. (Impulse)
Hank Jones/Ray Brown/Jimmie Smith, "Spring Is Here," Rockin' in Rhythm (Concord)
- , "Rockin' in Rhythm," - (-)
Warne Marsh, "Star Highs," Star Highs (Criss Cross)
- , "Hank's Tune," - (-)
Hank Jones, "Speak Low," Lazy Afternoon (Concord)

 

Saturday, July 24:
COOTIE WILLIAMS

Henderson's Roseland Orch., "Raisin' the Roof," Fletcher Henderson: A Study in Frustration (Columbia) 
Joe Turner & His Memphis Men, "Mississippi Moan," Duke Ellington: The Okeh Ellington (-) 
Harlem Footwarmers, "Ring Dem Bells," - (-)
- , "Sweet Chariot," - (-)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Echoes of the Jungle," Highlights from the Centennial Edition (RCA)
- , "Blue Harlem," 1932-1933 (Classics)
- , "Drop Me Off in Harlem," Essential (Columbia) 
Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Echoes of Harlem (Cootie's Concerto)," 1936, Vol. 1 (-)
Barney Bigard & His Jazzopators, "Clouds in My Heart," Duke Ellington: The Duke's Men: The Small Groups, Vol. 1 (Columbia) 
Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters, "Downtown Uproar," - (-)
- , "Blue Reverie," - (-)
Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Riding on a Blue Note," 1938, Vol. 1 (Classics)
Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Doin' the Voom Voom," 1939 (-) 
Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters, "Dry Long So," Duke Ellington: 1939-1940
(Classics)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Concerto for Cootie," Sophisticated Lady
(Bluebird)
Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Harlem Air Shaft," 1940 (-)
- , "In a Mellotone," 1940, Vol. 2 (-)
Benny Goodman Sextet, "Royal Garden Blues," 1940 (Classics) 
Benny Goodman & His Orch., "Superman," Plays Eddie Sauter (Hep) 
Cootie Williams & His Orch., "West End Blues," 1941-1944 (Classics)
- , "'Round Midnight," - (-)
Cootie Williams, "Just in Time," In Hi-Fi (RCA) 
Stewart-Williams & Co., "Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess," Porgy & Bess Revisited (DRG/Warner Bros.) 
Duke Ellington, "Concerto for Cootie," Great Paris Concert (-)
- , "Tutti for Cootie," - (-)
- , "The Shepherd (Who Watches Over the Night Flock)," Second Sacred Concert (Prestige)

Friday, July 23:
STEVE LACY


Dick Sutton Sextet, "Let's Get Away from It All," Steve Lacy: Early Years 1954-1956 (Fresh Sound)
Steve Lacy, "Rockin' in Rhythm," Soprano Sax (Prestige/OJC)
- , "Day Dream," - (-)
Gil Evans, "Just One of Those Things," & Ten (Prestige) 
Steve Lacy, "Four in One," Reflections (Prestige/OJC)
- , "Reflections," - (-)
- , "Louise," The Straight Horn of (Candid) 
Mal Waldron/Steve Lacy, "Prelude to a Kiss," Sempre Amore (Soul Note)
- , "Johnny Come Lately," - (-)
Gil Evans/Steve Lacy, "Reincarnation of a Lovebird," Paris Blues (Owl) 
Steve Lacy, "Cliches," The Door (Novus)
- , "Gospel," The Rent (Cavity Search)
Steve LacyRoswell Rudd Quartet, "Light Blue," Early and Late (Cuneiform) Steve Lacy, "Epistrophy" (unissued)

Saturday, July 17:
ONE OF THOSE THINGS

Gil Evans, "Just One of Those Things," & Ten (Prestige/OJC) 
Zoot Sims, "Dream Dancing," Warm Tenor (Pablo) 
Johnny Griffin/Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, "From This Moment On," Tough Tenor Favorites (Jazzland/OJC) 
Milt Jackson, "Wonder Why," Quartet (Prestige/OJC) 
John Coltrane, "Time After Time," Stardust (-) 
Art Tatum, "All the Things You Are," Group Masterpieces (Pablo) 
Bill Evans, "Nobody Else but Me," Quintessence (OJC) 
Lucky Thompson, "They Didn't Believe Me," Happy Days (Prestige) 
Red Garland, "Blues in the Night," Soul Burnin' (Prestige/OJC) 
Dizzy Gillespie, "Get Happy," Jam (Pablo/OJC) 
Wes Montgomery, "One for My Baby," So Much Guitar! (Riverside/OJC)
Herbie Mann, "Lazy Bones," Sultry Serenade (Riverside/OJC) 
Louis Armstrong, "Lazy River," Mack the Knife (Pablo) 
John Coltrane, "Stardust," Stardust (Prestige/OJC) 
Miles Davis, "If I Were a Bell," Relaxin' (Prestige/OJC)

Friday, July 16:
R.I.P. BILL DIXON


Bill Dixon, "Summer Song/Three/Aurorea Daybreak," In Italy, Vol. 2 (Soul Note)
- , "Papyrus," Papyrus, Vol. 1 (-)
- , "Windswept Winterset," November 1981 (-)
- , "Summer Song/Two/Evening," In Italy, Vol. 1 (-)
- , "The Statesman," Papyrus, Vol. 1 (-)
- , "Silver Point: Jeanne Phillips," Papyrus, Vol. 2 (-) 
Ornette Coleman, "Free Jazz," Free Jazz (Rhino/Atlantic) 
Bill Dixon, "Reflections," Vade Mecum II (Soul Note) 

Saturday, July 10:
LEE MORGAN

Lee Morgan, "Where Am I?" Vol. 2 (Blue Note) 
John Coltrane, "Locomotion," Blue Train (-) 
Jimmy Smith, "Flamingo," The Sermon (-) 
Art Blakey, "Johnny's Blue," Like Someone in Love (-) 
Lee Morgan, "The Sidewinder," The Sindewinder (-)
- , "Totem Pole," - (-)
- , "The Joker," Search for the New Land (-)
- , "The Lady," The Rumproller (-)
- , "Ceora," Cornbread (-)
- , "Trapped," The Gigolo (-)
- , "Haeschen," Taru (-)
- , "Nommo," Live at the Lighthouse (-)

Friday, July 9:
CHRIS VANDERCOOK interview


Stanley Turrentine, "On a Clear Day," Let It Go (Impulse) 
Billy Butler, "Work Song," Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige) 
Jack McDuff, "Rock Candy," Live! (-) 
Kenny Burrell, "Every Day (I Have the Blues)," Blues ‹ The Common Ground (Verve)
Hank Crawford, "Mr. Blues," Wildflower (CTI) 
Charles Earland, "Aquarius," Black Talk! (Prestige) 
Jack McDuff, "Grease Monkey," Live! (-) 
Lee Morgan, "The Rumproller," Rumproller (Blue Note) 
Melvin Sparks, "Who's Gonna Take the Weight," Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige)
Houston Person, "Drown in My Own Tears," Legends of Acid Jazz (-) 
Gene Ammons, "Jungle Strut," The Boss Is Back (-) 
Kenny Burrell, "Everydays," Blues ‹ The Common Ground (Verve) 
Jack McDuff, "Mr. Wonderful," Brother Jack (Prestige) 

Saturday, July 3:
THE AHMAD JAMAL/MILES DAVIS CONNECTION, Part 2


Ahmad Jamal's Three Strings, "Ahmad's Blues," Legendary OKeh & Epic Recordings (Columbia)
Miles Davis, - , Workin' (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "Love for Sale," Legendary OKeh & Epic Recordings
(Columbia)
Cannonball Adderley, - , Somethin' Else (Blue Note)
Miles Davis, "But Not for Me" (take 2), Bags Groove (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal, - , At the Pershing: But Not for Me (Chess)
- , "No Greater Love," - (-)
Miles Davis, "There Is No Greater Love," New Quintet (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal, "Woody'n You," At the Pershing: But Not for Me (Chess)
Miles Davis, - , Relaxin' (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal, "You Don't Know What Love Is," Cross Country Tour (Verve)
Miles Davis, - , Walkin' (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal, "It Could Happen to You," Complete Live at the Spotlite Club
1958 (Gambit)
Miles Davis, - , Relaxin' (Prestige/OJC)
Miles Davis Orchestra, "Darn That Dream," Birth of the Cool (Capitol)
Ahmad Jamal, - , Cross Country Tour (Verve)
- , "Green Dolphin Street," - (-)
Miles Davis, - , "On Green Dolphin Street," Miles Davis & John Coltrane:
Complete Columbia Recordings (Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal, "One for Miles," Naked City Theme (Argo)

Friday, July 2:
THE AHMAD JAMAL/MILES DAVIS CONNECTION, Part 1


Ahmad Jamal's Three Strings, "Billy Boy," Legendary OKeh & Epic Recordings
(Columbia)
Miles Davis, - , Milestones (-)
Ahmad Jamal's Three Strings, "The Surrey with the Fringe on Top,"
Legendary OKeh & Epic Recordings (Columbia)
Miles Davis, - , Steamin' (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal's Three Strings, "Will You Still Be Mine?" Legendary OKeh &
Epic Recordings (Columbia)
Miles Davis, - , Musings of Miles (Prestige/OJC)
- , "A Gal in Calico," - (-)
Ahmad Jamal's Three Strings, - , Legendary OKeh & Epic Recordings
(Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "Squeeze Me," - (-)
Miles Davis, "Just Squeeze Me," New Quintet (Prestige/OJC)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "New Rumba," Chamber Music of the New Jazz
(Verve/Argo)
Miles Davis, "New Rhumba," Miles Ahead (Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "I Don't Wanna Be Kissed (By Anyone but You),"
Chamber Music of the New Jazz (Verve/Argo)
Miles Davis, - , Miles Ahead (Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "All of You," Chamber Music of the New Jazz (Verve/Argo)
Miles Davis, - , 'Round About Midnight (Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "It Ain't Necessarily So," Chamber Music of the New Jazz
(Verve/Argo)
Miles Davis, - , Porgy & Bess (Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "Spring Is Here," Chamber Music of the New Jazz
(Verve/Argo)
Miles Davis, - , At Carnegie Hall - Complete Concert (Columbia)
Ahmad Jamal Trio, "Ole Devil Moon," Chamber Music of the New Jazz
(Verve/Argo)
Miles Davis, "Old Devil Moon," Blue Haze (Prestige/OJC)