Jazzmania [Playlist – 07/24/11]


  1. “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free”Billy Taylor Trio – Music Keeps Us Young [Arkadia: 1997]
  2. “Naima”Billy Taylor Trio – Music Keeps Us Young [Arkadia: 1997]
  3. “Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams”Billy Taylor – Ten Fingers – One Voice [Arkadia: 1998]
  4. “All The Things You Are”Billy Taylor & Gerry Mulligan – Live at MCG [MCG Jazz: 2007]
  5. “Nostalgia In Times Square”Charles McPherson – First Flight Out [Arabesque Jazz: 1994]
  6. “Manhattan Nocturne”Charles McPherson – Manhattan Nocturne [Arabesque Jazz: 1998]
  7. “South Rampart Street Parade”The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band/Music Director Jon Faddis – The Carnegie Hall Jazz Band [Blue Note: 1996]
  8. “The Hunters & Gatherers”Jon Faddis – Teranga [Koch Records: 2006]
  9. “The Fibble-Ow Blues”Jon Faddis – Teranga [Koch Records: 2006]
  10. “Spasmodic Movements”James Zollar – Zollar Systems [JZAZ Records: 2009]
  11. “The Prayer of a Happy Housewife”James Zollar – Zollar Systems [JZAZ Records: 2009]
  12. “Folklore”Etienne Charles – Folklore [Etienne Charles: 2009]
  13. “Kaiso”Etienne Charles – Kaiso [Culture Shock Music: 2011]
  14. “Kitch’s Bebop of Calypso”Etienne Charles – Kaiso [Culture Shock Music: 2011]
  15. “Day-o”Monty Alexander – Harlem-Kingston Express Live! [Motema Music: 2011]
  16. “King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown”Monty Alexander – Harlem-Kingston Expres Live! [Motema Music: 2011]
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About MichaelShelton

Radio announcer & producer @ 91.1- fm, wtju charlottesville. Perennial music lover and student of sound. View all posts by MichaelShelton

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