Best Jazz In 2017 and Beyond - Jazz in the Night Tuesday - December 26 2017
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Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy Replay of the December 26, 2017 Show
12/26/17 00:00 AM - John Scofield - That'S What I Say: John Scofield Plays The Music Of Ray Charles - Verve - What'D I Say
BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 1 Intro, Blog Post and Social Media Promo
12/26/17 00:08 AM - Sacha Boutros - NY After Dark - Independent - I Didn't Know What Time it Was
12/26/17 00:12 AM - Devin Kelly - Whenever You're Ready - DPK Records - Funk In Deep Freeze
BREAK: San Diego Troubadour Support Jazz 88.3
12/26/17 00:22 AM - Mark Dresser Seven - Sedimental You - Clean Feed Records - Will Well (For Roswell Rudd)
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12/26/17 00:32 AM - Irving Flores - Danzon Jazz Trio - Costa Cruz - Between the Waves
IN CONCERT Saturday, December 30 - Jazz/Latin - 5:30 PM - Irving Flores @ Maretalia Piano Lounge — Maretalia Ristorante • 1300 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118 - Jazz88.org/calendar
BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Tuesday, December 26 through Monday, January 1, 2018
12/26/17 00:44 AM - Mikan Zlatkovich - The Ramona Session - Independent - Where Is The Love
12/26/17 00:49 AM - Steve Slagle - Dedication - Panorama - Sun Song
BREAK (Before Last Tune of Hour): Coming Up In Hour 2, Blog and Social Media Promo
12/26/17 00:58 AM - Mundell Lowe_Tete Montoliu - Sweet'n Lovely Vol.2 - Fresh Sound - A Child Is Born
12/26/17 01:04 AM - Eric Reed - A Light In Darkness - WJ3 Records - The Promised Land
BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 2 Intro, Hour 1 Final Tune, Blog Post and Social Media Promo
12/26/17 01:12 AM - C�cile McLorin Salvant - For One to Love - Mack Avenue - What's the Matter Now?
12/26/17 01:16 AM - JAZZtecs - JAZZtecs featuring Charles McPherson - SDSU - Nightfall
“The two first teamed here in 2015, when Charles composed and performed “Sweet Synergy Suite,” which featured Camille’s dancing. They reunited with the San Diego Ballet this year for “Reflection and Hope,” which Charles composed in the wake of last year’s presidential election. Watching father and daughter in action together on the same stage is a double treat that should become an annual tradition.” [Music: 5 gifts we're thankful for this year [George Varga, San Diego Union Tribune]:
Blues Jam - Wednesday, December 20 - Blues Jam - Guest Jammer: Steve Pandis. The Blues Jam is in full-swing and happens every Wednesday night at Proud Mary's (located at the Ramada Inn: 5500 Kearny Mesa Road, 92111) from 6:30-9:30pm.
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12/26/17 01:26 AM - Vijay Iyer Sextet - Far From Over - ECM Records - Into Action
“What come close to this in terms of impact are Andrew Hill's mid-'60s Blue Note releases, Point Of Departure in particular. It's Iyer's first album with horns in a decade, and what a punch the trumpet and two saxophones pack, Iyer nudging them away from lengthy, sequential solos into speeding exchanges with one another, his piano and/or the powerful rhythm section. He ought to think about going bigger more often. [The 2017 NPR Music Jazz Critics Poll]
12/26/17 01:31 AM - Ralph Peterson - Triangular III - Onyx - Inner Urge
IN CONCERT Tuesday, January 23, 8 PM PT - Jazz Live- Ralph Peterson Fo'tet - Jazz Live kicks off 2018 in a grand fashion. Drummer and leader Ralph Peterson comes to the Saville Theatre on Tuesday, January 23rd (8pm). Peterson has been one of the most in-demand drummer bandleaders for more than a quarter of a century. He has lead a number of influential ensembles which have continually pushed the envelope of imagination and improvisation
BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, December 26 through January 1, 2018
12/26/17 01:41 AM - John Coltrane - The Prestige Recordings (May 7, 1956 - Dec 26, 1958) (Disc 1 - Prestige - Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful?
ON THIS DAY #OTD (Tuesday) December 26 - John Coltrane recorded for Prestige in 1958 such classics as "Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful" "Then I'll be Tired of Tou", "Something I Dreamed Last Night", "Bahia", "Goldsboro Express" and "Time after Time".
12/26/17 01:47 AM - Joshua White - 13 Short Stories - Fresh Sound Records - Morning
BREAK (Before Last Tune of Show): Blog and Social Media Promo, Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy Replay
12/26/17 01:55 AM - Prime Time Big Band - Live At The Ironwood - Chronograph Records - Sing Sing Sing
“Recorded in front of a live audience inside the historic Ironwood Stage and Grill, the big band jazz CD features classic tunes as well as music from two of Canada’s most noteworthy composers. JUNO-nominated producer Kodi Hutchinson – award-winning jazz bassist, CKUA radio host and creative force behind Chronograph Records and JazzYYC, is the album’s producer. Paul Johnston lends his talent as engineer.” MORE at PrimeTimeBigBand.com…
Tuesday, December 26
Jam Session - 7:00 PM - Hosted by Geri Kepler (through San Diego Jazz Collective) — Fast Times • 3065-A Clairemont Drive, San Diego, CA 92117 (via Jazz 88.3 Jazz and Blues Calendar Jazz88.org/calendar)
Wednesday, December 27
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Tuesday, December 26
John Scofield 12/26/1951 100 [Guitar] Dayton, OH Dayton, OH
Monty Budwig 12/26/1929 100 [Bass] Bassist Pender, NE 1992
John Coltrane recorded for Prestige in 1958 such classics as "Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful" "Then I'll be Tired of Tou", "Something I Dreamed Last Night", "Bahia", "Goldsboro Express" and "Time after Time".
Wednesday, December 27
T.S. Monk 12/27/1949 100 [Drums and Percussion] New York City, NY
Walter Norris 12/27/1931 100 [Piano] Pianist Little Rock, AK 2011
Woody Herman records "Four Brothers" and "Early Autumn" in 1947. It was Stan Getz's solo that became a milestone in jazz history.
Thursday, December 28
Earl"Fatha" Hines 12/28/1905 100 [Piano] Pianist Duquesne, PA 1983
Ted Nash 12/28/1960 100 [Alto Saxophone] [Tenor Saxophone] Los Angeles, CA
Lonnie Liston Smith 12/28/1940 100 [Keyboards-Various] [Piano] Keyboardist/Composer Richmond, VA
Milt Jackson records BAGS’ OPUS in 1958 (also on December 29) in New York City for Blue Note.
Friday, December 29
Danilo Perez 12/29/1966 100 [Piano] Panama
George Colligan 12/29/1969 100 [Keyboards-Various] [Piano] Summit, NJ
One of the pioneers of big band jazz, Fletcher Henderson, died on this day in 1952. He was 55.
"Tea for Two" was recorded in Los Angeles in 1953 by Art Tatum.
Saturday, December 30
Frank Vignola 12/30/1965 100 [Guitar] West Islip, NY
Lewis Nash 12/30/1958 100 [Drums and Percussion] Phoenix, AZ
Meade Lux Lewis, Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons cut "Boogie Woogie Prayer" for Vocalion records in 1938.
Riverwalk Jazz: Boogie Woogie Trio: Ammons, Lewis, Johnson: “Debuting on stage at Carnegie Hall for John Hammond's 1938 Spirituals to Swing concert, Ammons and Lewis were the big hit of the night, playing with another boogie woogie master, Pete Johnson. By January 1939 the trio of Albert Ammons, Meade Lux Lewis and Pete Johnson had “arrived” on the New York celebrity scene.”
Sunday, December 31
Andy Summers 12/31/1942 100 [Guitar-Electric] Lancashire, England
Jimmy Haslip 12/31/1951 100 [Bass] New York, NY
Dinah Washington at the age of 19 cuts her first recording with Lionel Hampton's band on the Keynote label in 1943.
Drummer Buddy Rich joins Artie Shaw's band in 1938.
Monday, January 1
Milt Jackson 01/01/1923 100 [Vibraphone] Vibes Detroit, MI 1999
Chris Potter 01/01/1971 100 [Tenor Saxophone] Chicago, IL
Radio bans A.S.C.A.P. music in 1941. Public domain and Broadcast Music Inc. flood the airwaves (B.M.I. was radio's own music publishing venture.)
- This Boycott Changed American Music: “One of the strangest episodes in American radio took place in 1941, when the major players of the radio industry joined together and boycotted all music licensed by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.”
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