Listen for the next edition of All This Jazz, airing on Saturday the 8th on Public Radio 89.5-1, beginning at 10pm. We'll deliver two hours of modern jazz, both recent and classic --- as always --- and we'll be playing lots of music by the late, great Dave Brubeck.
Please join us for the next edition of All This Jazz, which begins at 10pm on KWGS 89.5-1 on Saturday the 1st. (And then we'll re-air the program the following night, Sunday the 2nd, on 89.5-2 --- which is our great all-jazz HD Radio channel here at Public Radio Tulsa --- beginning at 7pm.)
Our second-hour theme will be "Live Recordings." It's a theme we like to return to every so often, since jazz is, after all, a form of both art and entertainment that thrives --- indeed, subsists --- on live performance.
On the next edition of All This Jazz, which begins at 10pm Central on Saturday the 24th on Public Radio 89.5-1, we'll listen back to a mighty fine show that we first aired about a year ago (on 26 November 2011).
Tune in for All This Jazz on Saturday the 17th at 10pm, right here on Public Radio 89.5-1.
As ever, we'll offer two solid hours of modern jazz, both recent and classic.
And for our program's second-hour theme, with Thanksgiving just around the bend, we'll serve up such tasty/tuneful tracks as "Cornbread" by Lee Morgan, "Cheese Cake" by Dexter Gordon, "Carvin' the Bird" by Charlie Parker, "Fried Pies" by Wes Montgomery, and much more.
It'll be quite the feast --- a full plate, a dessert dish, and then some --- for jazz fans near and far. Please join us.
There are lots and lots of jazz greats with November b'days.
For example, and in no particular order: Charlie Mariano. George Cables. Teddy Wilson. Paul Desmond. Etta Jones. Gigi Gryce. Coleman Hawkins. Kevin Eubanks. Don Byron. Eddie Condon. June Chistry (see LP cover herewith, btw). Hampton Hawes. Roswell Rudd. Don Cherry. Mose Allison. Sam Jones. Chris Connor. Ellis Marsalis. Roger Kellaway. Phil Woods. Kurt Elling. Serge Chaloff. Al Cohn. Maria Schneider. Lyle Mays. Scott Joplin.
On the next edition of All This Jazz, come Saturday the 3rd at 10pm on Public Radio 89.5-1, we'll offer a terrific show from our archives.
I say "terrific" because the second-hour theme of the program is such a mighty fine one. Said theme is "Great Trumpet Players, Then and Now," and therefore we'll hear from the likes of Louis Armstrong and Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis and Woody Shaw (pictured here), Ingrid Jensen and Dave Douglas, and more. Please join us.
On the next edition of All This Jazz, on Saturday the 13th, our second-hour theme will be "Monk's Tunes." Thelonious Monk would have turned 95 earlier this week; he was born on October 10th, 1917. (He died in 1982.)