Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pulse! [Playlist – 01/26/12]

  1. “Meditation” {Jobim, Mendonca}Ray Brown TrioThe Red Hot Ray Brown Trio [1985]
    (LP) Brown b, Gene Harris p (generally steals the show), Mickey Roker d
  2. “Tin Roof Blues”Louis ArmstrongAmbassador Satch [1955]
    Armstrong t & His All Stars, mostly from European tour
  3. “It Ain’t Necessarily So” {Gershwin}Ella Fitzgerald and Louis ArmstrongThe Music of Porgy and Bess [1957]
    duet: Ella and Louis
  4. “I’ll Remember April”The Modern Jazz QuartetEuropean Concert [1960]
    John Lewis p, Milt Jackson vibes, Percy Heath b, Connie Kay d
  5. “Karma”Mindy CanterFluteus Maximus [2011]
    Canter flt/keyb/b3,
  6. “2+4”Heavy TinReFused [2011]
    2nd album, BR Pearson p, Izzie Reel b, Viktgor Lorak d
  7. “Succubus”Uri CaineSiren [2011]
    Caine p, John Hebert b, Ben Perowsky d
  8. “Gina’s Groove” {The Claytons}The Clayton BrothersBack in the Swing of Things [2003]
    Jeff Clayton as/flt, John Clayton b, Terrell Staffor tpt, Gerald Clayton & Bill Cunliffe p, Jeff Hamilton d
  9. “Back in the Swing of Things” {The Claytons}The Clayton BrothersBack in the Swing of Things [2003]
    Jeff Clayton as/flt, John Clayton b, Terrell Staffor tpt, Gerald Clayton & Bill Cunliffe p, Jeff Hamilton d
  10. “Echoes of Harlem”Ralph Carney’s Serious Jass ProjectRalph Carney’s Serious Jass Project [2011]
    Carney bar+, w SF area p&rhythm
  11. “El Cri” {Cook}Jesse CookFrontiers [2007]
    Canadian Rumba/Flamenco/jazz: Jesse Cook acoustic g +
  12. “Michigander Blues” {Jabbo Smith}Jabbo Smith – The Age of Rhythm [1929]
    Smith, tpt
  13. “Piccolo Samba”Claudio RoditiBons Amigos [2011]
    Roditi t/flg
  14. “Rhumba Flamenco” {Chick Corea}The New Chick Corea TrioPast Present & Futures [2001]
    Corea p, Avishai Cohen b, Jeff Ballard d.
  15. “The Houston Shuffle”Janice FinlayAnywhere But Here [2012]
    Canadian: Finlay ts, quintet
  16. “Anywhere But Here”Janice FinlayAnywhere But Here [2012]
    Canadian: Finlay ts, quintet
  17. “If I Were You, Baby, I’d Fall In Love With Me”Ernie AndrewsJump For Joy [2002]
    Andrews voc, Houston Person ts, Junior Mance p, Ray Drummond b, Jimmy Ponder g, Michael Carvin d
  18. “Donny Brook”Charlie Apicella & Iron CityThe Business [2011]
    Charlie Apicella g, Dave Mattock org, Stephen Riley ts, Alan Korzin and Mayra Casales perc.
  19. Middle Class White Boy {Mose Allison}Mose AllisonMiddle Class White Boy [1982]
    Allison p or keyb, Joe Farrel ts/flt, Phil Upchurch g,Putter Smith b, John Dentz d
  20. “Seed Shack” {Ammons}Gene AmmonsGreatest Hits Vol. 1: The Sixties [1962]
    Ammons ts w. Qrt
  21. “Just a Little Bit”Monty AlexanderMonty1: Steamin’ [1995]
    Monty A p, Ira Coleman b Dion Parson d
  22. “Tala” {Barry}Africa1: Mamadou BarryNiyo [2008]
    Sax,from Guinea
  23. “The Lady’s In Love With You”Annie RossSings a Song with Mulligan! [1958]
    Ross voc (of “Lambert Hendricks &”), Mulligan bar, Chet Baker tpt
  24. “Blues for D.P.”Gary SmulyanSmul’s Paradise [2012]
    Smulyan bar, Mike LeDonne, Peter Bernstein g, Kenny Washington d
  25. “Two in One”Han BenninkMonk, Vol 1
    Hennink d, Borstlap p
  26. “Hackensack”Han Bennink – Music & Jazz [compil]
    Hennink d
  27. “Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise”Robert JospeTime to Play [2002]
    Elias Bailey b
  28. “Ocean” {Led Zeppelin}BoneramaBringing It Home [2006]
    Horn band, Live at Tipitina’s; Mark Mullins elec tbn voc, Craig Klein tbn voc, Steve Suter tbn, Rick Trolsen tbn
  29. “Clear Out of this World” {Mercer, Arlen}Tony BennettJazz [1964]
    (LP) Bennett voc, Stan Getz ts, Herbie Hancock p, Ron Carter b, Elvin Jones d
  30. “Post Consumer Blues” {Williams}Michael WilliamsLate Night Walk [2003]
    Williams g, David “Fathead” Newman ts, Ray Norcia voc, Bruce Katz org
  31. “That Old Black Magic”Sammy Davis, Jr.Hey There! His Finest ’49-’57 [1950’s]
    Sammy vocs
  32. “Euphrates, Me Jane”BipolarEuphrates, Me Jane [2009]
    Jed Feuer t/flg, Stephanie Long saxes/flt, Craig Swanson p, David Ostrem n, + d’s.

Induced to Judder [Playlist – 01/26/12]

Scott Billington – Music Producer, Scott Billington just won a Lifetime Achievement Award from OffBeat magazine for his work in bringing the music of New Orleans artists to the rest of the world for the past two plus decades. The Juddermeister brings you his favorite releases (mostly from Rounder Records) cultivated by Billington from the genres of jazz to blues, R&B & funk, to zydeco and brass bands. He made the records that many of us treasure; for a complete listing of his work go to

  1. “Frosty”Clarence Gatemouth Brown – Alright Again! [Rounder: 1981]
  2. “Say Na Hey”Soul Rebels Brass Band – Unlock Your Mind [Rounder: 2012]
  3. “It’s All Over Now”Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Voodoo [Columbia: 1989]
    with Dr John on piano & vocals
  4. “Chicken”New Orleans Nightcrawlers – Funknicity [Rounder: 1997]
  5. “Cherry Pie”Professor Longhair – House Party New Orleans Style [Rounder: 1987]
  6. “Hot Tamale Baby”Marcia Ball – Hot Tamale Baby [Rounder: 1985]
  7. “All Around the World”James Booker – Classified [Rounder: 1989]
  8. “Mr. Freddy Blues”Tuts Washington – New Orleans Piano Professor [Rounder: 1986]
  9. “Medley: Tico Tico / Papa Was A Rascal”James Booker – Resurrection of the Bayou Maharajah: Live at the Maple Leaf Bar [Rounder: 1993]
  10. “I Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home”Johnny Adams – From The Heart1984 [Rounder: 1984]
  11. “I Needed Somebody”Irma Thomas – The New Rules [Rounder: 1986]
  12. “Walking On A Tightrope”Johnny Adams – Walking On A Tightrope – The Songs Of Percy Mayfield [Rounder: 1989]
  13. “Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor”Irma Thomas – After the Rain [Rounder: 2006]
  14. “John Henry’s Blues”Tangle Eye – Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey Remixed [Zoe: 2004]
  15. “Parchman Blues”Tangle Eye – Alan Lomax’s Southern Journey Remixed [Zoe: 2004]
  16. “Wolf Funk”Walter “Wolfman” Washington – Funk Is In The House [Bullseye: 1998]
  17. “Pocket Change”Theryl “Houseman” de’Clouet – The Houseman Cometh [Bullseye: 2001]
  18. “Git It, Beau Jocque!”Beau Jocque & The Zydeco Hi-Rollers – Git It, Beau Jocque! [Rounder: 1995]
  19. “Follow Me Chicken”Nathan & The Zydeco Cha Chas – Follow Me Chicken [Rounder: 1993]

Pulse! [Playlist – 01/19/12]

  1. “Turkey Fan”Dizzy Gillespie – Soul and Salvation [1969]
  2. “Um Abraco No Getz (A Tribute to Getz)” {Bonfa}Stan Getz with Luiz BonfaJazz Samba Encore [1963]
    Getz ts, Luiz Bonfa g, Tom Jobim g
  3. “Falling Off the Roof” {Ginger Baker}Ginger Baker TrioFalling Off the Roof [1996]
    Baker d (one time drummer for Cream), Bill Frisell g, Charlie Haden b
  4. “Don’t Let the Money Get Funny, Honey” {Wood}Charlie Wood & The New Memphis UndergroundCharlie Wood & The New Memphis Underground [2007]
    Wood voc/keys/b, Joe Restivo g, Kirk Smothers ts, +
  5. “Two Part Contention” {Dave Brubeck}Dave Brubeck and Jay and KayDave Brubeck & Jay & Kai at Newport [1956]
    Brubeck p, Desmond as, Joe Dodge d, Norman Bates b
  6. “Too Late to Die Young” {Barbara Martin}Barbara MartinEyes on the Horizon [2010]
    Martin voc, Robert Redd p, Mac Walter g, Steve Wolf b, John Jensen tbn, + others
  7. “1:17 Special” {Ron Carter}Ron Carter SextetOrfeu [1999]
    Carter b, ,Houston Person ts, Bill Frisell g, Stephen Scott, Steve Kroon d
  8. “Fred” {Neal Hefti}John David SimonJohn David Simon & Friends [2009]
    Simon ts, Mike Longo p, Bobby Durham d
  9. “Castle Rock”SwingadelicBig Band Blues [2011]
    Brass ens
  10. “Put Your Little Foot Right Out” {Spier}Ray BrownMix: The Ray Brown TrioBam, Bam, Bam [1988]
    Live/Japan Festival ’88 – Brown b, Gene Harris p, Jeff Hamilton d
  11. “So You Won’t Jump” {McShann. Gene Ramey}Jay McShann OrchestraBlues From Kansas City [1942-43]
    Trio: McShann p, Gene Ramey b, Gus Johnson d
  12. “I could write a book”Miles Davis QuintetRelaxin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet [1956]
    (1st Qnt) Miles, John Coltrane ts, , Red Garland p, Paul Chambers b, and Philly Joe Jones d.
  13. “Sunken Treasure” {Gil Evans}Gil Evans OrchestrraOut of the Cool [1960]
    1st album after the Miles Davis ones, John Coles tpt; less ‘orchestrated’
  14. “A rockin’ good way to mess around & fall in love”Dinah Washington – The best of Dinah Washington [1960]
    Queen of Soul in the 40’s; #1 R&B 4 wks w Brook Benton in 1960
  15. “On the DL” {Randy Pingrey}The Olson Pingrey QuartetLow Contrast [2012]
    rec 2010; Kathy Olson bar (past member of Uva Jazz Ens), Randy Pingrey tbn, Mark Zaleski b, Austin McMahon d
  16. “Open Country” {Bob Brookmeyer}Gerry MulliganGerry Mulligan Quartets 1957, 1962 [1957]
    Mulligan, Bob Brookmeyer valve trn
  17. “Bretheren!” {Holloway}Plas Johnson/Red Holloway – Keep That Groove Going! [2001]
    Johnson & Holloway ts, Gene Ludwig org, Melvin Sparks g, Kenny Washington d
  18. “You Ain’t Nothin’ But a Jamf”Roberta GambariniSo in Love [2009]
    Gambarini voc, Roy Hargrove t, Tamir Hendelman p Gerald Clayton b, Jeff Hamilton d , others
  19. “Carito!”Cochemea GastelumThe Electric Sound of Johnny Arrow [2010]
    Gastelum var inst with lots of over dubbing
  20. “Fast Food Socrates”New York Electric PianoKeys to the City Vol. 2 [2011]
    Keyb Qnt – Pat Doughery keyb, Erik Lawrence sax/flt, Tim Givens b +
  21. “Very Near Blue” {Sara Cassey}Clark Terry with Thelonius MonkIn Orbit [1958]
    Terry flg, Thelonius Monk p, Sam Jones b. Philly Joe Jones d
  22. “Night Train” {Amina Figarova}Amina FigarovaNight Train [2001]
    originally from Azerbaijan, but living in the Netherlands; Figaravo p, with Bart Platteau flt . . .
  23. “I Got a Woman” {Ray Charles}Alvin QueenMighty Long Way [2009]
    Queen d, Terell Stafford t/flg, Jesse Davis as, Peter Bernstein g, Mike LeDonne org, Neil Clarke perc
  24. “Too Many Cooks”Portico QuartetKnee Deep in the North Sea [2007]
    British; London group – flute, with melodic rhythm done with ‘hangs’ -modern steel lap drums
  25. “Song for Sathima” {Ibrahim}Abdullah Ibrahim & WDR Big Band CologneBombella [2009]
    Ibrahim p, with WDR big band
  26. “VooDooBop”Astral ProjectVooDooBop [1999]
    Tony Dagradi ts/ss, James Singleton b, John Vidacovich d, Stave Masakowski 7 str g, David Torkanowsky p/org
  27. “Certain Girl” {Neville, Toussaint}Macy BlackmanDon’t You Just Know It [2011]
    Blackman p/voc/cornet
  28. “Pent Up House” {Rollins}Sonny RollinsPlus 4 [1957]
    Rollins ts, Clifford Brown tpt, Richie Powell p, George Morrow b, Max Roach d
  29. “I Held My Head In Shame”Gene Harris & The Three Sounds – Live at the Lighthouse
  30. “New York Times Blues”Anne Mironchik – Cookin’ in the Kitchen [2010]

Induced to Judder [Playlist – 01/19/12]

Johnny Otis Tribute/ Juddermeister’s Favorite 2011 Soul Releases/ Birthdays – Johnny Otis, the pioneering rhythm & blues singer, songwriter, drummer, bandleader,and disc jockey passed away January 17 at the ripe old age of 90. We salute the man & his music. The Juddermeister features his favorite soul releases of 2011, and conclude the show with a couple of birthday wishes to pianists Horace Parlan & Hod O’Brien, plus bassist Israel Crosby.

  1. “Crispy Bacon”Aaron Koppel Quartet – Multiverse [Chicago Sessions: 2011]
  2. “Swinging The Blues”Johnny Otis & His Orchestra – Spirit Of The Black Territory Bands [Arhoolie: 1992]
  3. “Willie And The Hand Jive”Johnny Otis – The Capitol Years [Capitol: 1989]
  4. “Harlem Nocturne”Johnny Otis & His Orchestra – Spirit Of The Black Territory Bands [Arhoolie: 1992]
  5. “Crazy Country Hop”Johnny Otis – The Capitol Years [Capitol: 1989]
  6. “Mama (He’s Making Eyes At Me)”Marcie Lee & Johnny Otis – The Greatest Johnny Otis Show [Ace: 1998]
  7. “California Mash (The Hash)”Johnny Otis – Let’s Live It Up [Charly: 1991]
  8. “I’ll Do The Same Thing For You”Marcie Lee & Johnny Otis – The Greatest Johnny Otis Show [Ace: 1998]
  9. “Baby I Got News For You”Johnny Otis – Let’s Live It Up [Charly: 1991]
  10. “Telephone Baby”Marcie Lee & Johnny Otis – The Greatest Johnny Otis Show [Ace: 1998]
  11. “Double Crossing Blues”Little Esther With The Robins & The Johnny Otis Quintette – Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz in Los Angeles (1921-1956) [Rhino: 1999]
  12. “Hound Dog”Big Mama Thornton – Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings [MCA: 1992]
    drums Johnny Otis
  13. “School Bell Rock”Roy Brown – Laughing But Crying – Legendary Recordings 1947-1959 [Route 66: 1977]
    second vocals Johnny Otis
  14. “Groove Me” {King Floyd}Etta James – The Dreamer [Verve: 2011]
  15. “He Said I Can”Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – Soul Time! [Daptone: 2011]
  16. “Heartaches and Pain”Charles Bradley Feat. Menahan Street Band – No Time For Dreaming [Daptone: 2011]
  17. “Got To Get Back (To My Baby)”The Bo-Keys – Got To Get Back [Electraphonic: 2011]
    vocals Otis Clay
  18. “The Bend”Solomon Burke – Hold On Tight [Verve: 2011]
    with the Dutch band De Dijk
  19. “Say It”Steve Cropper – Dedicated – A Salute To The 5 Royales [429 Records: 2011]
    vocals Bettye LaVette
  20. “Rent Party”Booker T. Jones – The Road From Memphis [Anti: 2011]
  21. “Can You Feel It”The Dynamites – Kaboom! [Thirty Tigers: 2007]
    vocals Charles Walker
  22. “I Bet You”Dennis Coffey – Dennis Coffey [Strut: 2011]
  23. “Do The Right Thing”The Dynamites – Burn It Down [Outta Sight: 2009]
    vocals Charles Walker
  24. “Up And Down”Horace Parlan – Up And Down [Blue Note: 1961]
  25. “Frog’s Legs”Hod O’Brien – Live At Blues Alley 1 [Reservoir: 2004]
  26. “Poinciana”Ahmad Jamal – The Complete Ahmad Jamal Trio Argo Sessions, 1956-62 [Mosaic: 1958]
    with Israel Crosby on bass

Induced to Judder [Playlist – 01/12/12]

Eli Cook & The Juddermeister’s Favorite Blues Releases in 2011 – Eli Cook comes into the studio to talk about the Soul to Soul: A C’ville Tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan gig at the Jefferson Theater Saturday January 14th. Then the Juddermeister presents his favorite blues recordings from 2011… which includes Mr Cook’s latest.

  1. “Boogie For Stu”Ben Waters – Boogie 4 Stu: A Tribute to Ian Stewart [Eagle Records: 2011]
  2. “Better Man”Eli Cook – Ace, Jack & King [Self Produced: 2011]
  3. “Looking Out the Window”Eli Cook – Live in the Studio
  4. “Life Without You”Eli Cook – Live in the Studio
  5. “Floating Bridge”Gregg Allman – Low Country Blues [Rounder: 2011]
  6. “Come See About Me”Tedeschi Trucks Band – Revelator [Masterworks: 2011]
  7. “River’s Gonna Rise”Warren Haynes – Man in Motion [Stax: 2011]
  8. “Dirtfloorcracker”JJ Grey & Mofro – Brighter Days [Alligator: 2011]
  9. “You Don’t Wanna Make Me Mad”David Bromberg – Use Me [Appleseed: 2011]
    with Dr John piano
  10. “What’s Up With Your Brother”Dave Alvin – Eleven Eleven [Yep Roc: 2011]
    with brother Phil Alvin
  11. “The Vibe”Los Fabulocos – Dos [Delta Groove: 2011]
    with Kid Ramos guitar
  12. “Steady Love”Maria Muldaur – Steady Love [Stony Plain: 2011]
    with Jimmy Carpenter sax
  13. “Do Unto Others” {D. Bartholomew}Duke Robillard Band – Low Down And Tore Up [Stony Plain: 2011]
    with Sax Gordon tenor
  14. “Sympathy For The Devil”Hans Theessink – Jedermann Remixed – The Soundtrack [Blue Groove: 2011]
  15. “2120 South Michigan Ave”George Thorogood – 2120 South Michigan Ave [Capitol: 2011]
    with Charlie Musselwhite harmonica
  16. “Off The Hook”Cash Box Kings – Holler And Stomp [Blind Pig: 2011]
  17. “Come Back Baby”Johnny Winter – Roots [Megaforce: 2011]
    with John Medeski organ
  18. “Move Out Baby”Rod Piazza & the Mighty Flyers – Almighty Dollar [Delta Groove: 2011]
  19. “Too Many Rules And Regulations”Sugar Ray & The Bluetones – Evening [2011]
  20. “Lose My Number”Shane Dwight Blues Band – A Hundred White Lies [R-Tist: 2011]

Pulse! [Playlist – 01/12/12]

I was delighted to see WTJU get a copy of the debut CD by former UVa Jazz Ensemble member Kathy Olson! – DL

    1. “Sister Sadie” {Silver}Horace SilverBlowin’ The Blues Away [1959]
      Silver p, Blue Mitchell t, Junior Cook ts, Gene Taylor b, Louis Hayes d
    2. “Crossing”Tomo FujitaPure [2010]
      Fujita elec guitar
    3. “Why Don’t You Let Me Be”Papa John CreachPapa Blues [1992]
      w Bernie Pearls Blues Band
    4. “Sidewalk Blues”Dirty Dozen Brass BandDirty Dozen Plays Jellyroll Morton [1993]
    5. “Besame Mucho”Dave Brubeck QuartetBravo Brubeck [1960]
      Brubeck p, Paul Desmond as, Eugene Wright b, Joe Morello d, plus Salvador Agueros perc
    6. “Hummin'” {Nat Adderley}The Cannonball Adderley QuintetCountry Preacher, ‘Live’ at Operation Breadbasket [1969]
      Adderley sax, Nat Adderley crnt, Joe Zawinul keyb, Walter Booker b, Roy McCurdy d.
    7. “CRS Craft” {Ray Brown}Diana KrallOnly Trust Your Heart [1994]
      comp: R. Brown Ray Brown b, Stanley Turrentine ts Lewis Nash d
    8. “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”Charlie Haden and Hank JonesSteal Away [1994]
      Haden b, Hank Jones p
    9. “Stop and go”John AbercrombeCat ‘n’ Mouse [2002]
      John Abercrombe g, Mark Feldman v, Joey Baron d Marc Johnson b
    10. “Blue Drag” {Django Reinhart}Allen ToussaintThe Bright Mississippi [2009]
      1st ‘jazz’ album; Toussaint p, Nicholas Payton t, Marc Ribot g, Don Byron clar, + guests
    11. “Big John’s Special”Benny Goodman – The Famous Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert [1938]
    12. “Love Is Just Around the Corner”Stephanie NakasianIf I Ruled the World [1992]
      Nakasian vocals, Hod O’Brien p, Mark Kirk saxes; originally titled ‘Bittersweet’
    13. “Big John” {John Patton}Grant GreenBlues for Lou [1967]
      Green g, John Patton org, Ben Dixon d
    14. “Personality”Grant GreenBlues for Lou [1967]
      Green g, John Patton org, Ben Dixon d
    15. “Blues in the Closet” {Oscar Pettiford}Stan Getz & J.J. Johnson – At the Opera House [1957]
      Getz ts, Johnson tbn, Oscar Peterson p, Herb Ellis g, Ray Brown b, Connie Kay d
    16. “Burford’s Bop” {Thackery}Jimmy ThackeryGuitar [compil]
      Thackery g – a compilation over several years.
    17. “I was doing all right”Diana KrallFrom this moment on [2006]
      Diana p. Anthony Wilson g, John Clayton b, Jeff Hamilton d
    18. “Snibor” {Billy Strayhorn}Duke Ellington and His Orchestra…And His Mother Called Him Bill [1967]
      (LP) Duke’s tribute to Strayhorn, d. 1967
    19. “Boo-Dah”Duke Ellington and His Orchestra…And His Mother Called Him Bill [1967]
      (LP) Duke’s tribute to Strayhorn, d. 1967
    20. “Let’s Cool One”Clark Terry & Max RoachFriendship [2002]
      Clark Terry t,flgle (age 82), Max Roach d (76), Dan Friedman p, Marcus Laurine b
    21. “Quittin’ Time” {Wycliffe Gordon}Wycliffe GordonBloozBluzeBlues [2007]
      Gordon tbn , other tbns: Delfeayo Marsalis, Ron Westray +2 others; saxes-Victor Goines, Ted Nash, Eric Reed/Gordon p, Rodney Whitaker b, Herlin Riley d.
    22. “Mossameeha” {Zarra}Malika ZarraBerber Taxi [2011]
      Moroccan, Vocals – some in Berber, some in Moraccan Arabic
    23. “Soukou Papaye”Kora Jazz BandKora Jazz Band [2011]
      West African, originally Dakar: Abdoulaye Diabate p, Soriba Kouyate kora (21 string bridge harp)(he died shortly after recording),Moussa Cissoko perc, Manu DiBango marimba, Andy Narrell steel pan ++
    24. “Shhhh!” {Macchia}Frank MacchiaSwamp Thang [2011]
      Macchia ts, John Rosenberg keyb
    25. “Java” {Allen Toussaint}Frank MacchiaSaxolollapalooza [2009]
      saxes: Eric Marienthal, Sal Lozano, Bob Sheppard, Frank Macchia et al + woodwinds, d.
    26. “Tygart Valley” {Kathy Olson}The Olson Pingrey QuartetLow Contrast [2012]
      rec 2010; Kathy Olson bar (past member of Uva Jazz Ens), Randy Pingrey tbn, Mark Zaleski b, Austin McMahon d

    27. “Walkin'”Paul GonsalvesPG1: Getting’ Together [1960]
      Gonsalves ts, Wynton Kelly p, Sam Jones b, Jimmy Cobb d.
    28. “Mira Flores” {Palmieri}Eddie PalmieriListen Here! [2005]
      Palmieri p, Brian Lynch t, + guests Michael Brecker ts
    29. “Fried Pies” {Wes Montgomery}Monty Alexander, Niels Pedersen, Grady TateThreesome [1985]
      Alexander p, Niels Pedersen b, Grady Tate d
    30. “Inner City Blues”Dirty Dozen Brass BandBuck Jump [1999]
    31. “The Same Thing” {Willie Dixon}Muddy WatersFolk Singer [1964]
      Waters acoustic g/voc, Otis Spann p, PeeWee Williams g, Willie Dixon b, S.P. Leary d

Induced to Judder [Playlist – 01/05/12]

The Gladstones/ Juddermeister’s Best of 2011 Jazz – Local musicians, and band members of the Gladstones, Charlie Pastorfield & Bob Girard are live in the studio featuring music of the Gladstones and talking about their upcoming gigs including their part in the Bennie Dodd Benefit January 7th at Fry Springs Beach Club. Later, the Juddermeister features his favorite jazz releases from 2011.

  1. “One Foot In The Blues”Johnny Adams – One Foot In The Blues [Rounder: 1996]
  2. “Black Cadilac”The Gladstones – Unreleased Track [Self Produced: 2009]
  3. “Who’s Going to Testify”The Gladstones – Unreleased Track [Self Produced: 2009]
  4. “I Feel Alright”The Gladstones – Unreleased Track [Self Produced: 2009]
  5. “Ohio”The Gladstones – Unreleased Track [Self Produced: 2009]
  6. “I’d Like to Know”The Gladstones – Unreleased Track [Self Produced: 2009]
  7. “No Good to Cry”The Wildweed – The Best Of [Confidential: 1966]
  8. “Run The Gauntlet”The New Mastersounds – Breaks From The Border [Tallest: 2011]
  9. “Memphis Redux”Donny McCaslin – Perpetual Motion [Greenleaf: 2011]
  10. “The Walking Blues”The James Carter Organ Trio – At The Crossroads [Emarcy: 2011]
    Miche Braden Vocals
  11. “Running Away”Monty Alexander – Harlem – Kingston Express Live! [Motema: 2011]
  12. “Show Bizness”Giacomo Gates – The Revolution Will Be Jazz – The Songs of Gil Scott-Heron [Savant: 2011]
  13. “Chili Peppers”Swingadelic – The Other Duke [Zoho: 2011]
  14. “Come Together”Bill Frisell – All We Are Saying… [Savoy Jazz: 2011]
  15. “Roll `Em Pete”3 Cohens – Family [Anzic: 2011]
    Jon Hendricks vocals
  16. “Cristo Redentor”Jeff Lederer – Sunwatcher [Jazzheads: 2011]
  17. “Armando’s Rhumba”Corea, Clarke & White – Forever [Concord: 2011]
    Jean-Luc Ponty Violin