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Saturday January 9 2016 - 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)

Kenny Clarke's Sextet, "Oblique," Plays André Hodeir (Gitanes)

Kenny Clarke, "Love Me or Leave Me," Americans Swinging in Paris (Gitanes)

Kenny Clarke, "Black Knight," Americans Swinging in Paris (Gitanes)

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)

Kenny Clarke–Francy Boland & Co., "La Campimania," The Golden 8 (Blue Note)

Clarke-Boland Big Band, "The Styx," Jazz Is Universal (WEA/Atlantic)

Kenny Clarke–Francy Boland & Co., "Strange Meeting," The Golden 8 (Blue Note)

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)

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)

Seth Markow has been playing piano since age 7, clarinet (now bass clarinet) since 9, and has been a dedicated jazz fan since he was 13. He has bachelor's and master's degrees in music composition, has played and studied African and Asian music, and is a longtime member of the Javanese orchestra Gamelan Kyai Gandrung. He has also played in jazz, blues, rock, reggae, and world beat bands, as well as various classical ensembles. A radio host since 1976 and a Hawaii resident since 1979, his jazz show The Real Deal began in 1983 and has been heard on HPR-2 since that stream went on the air in 1989.
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