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“It’s A Jazz Thing” BayFM 19th April 2017 Featuring Sunnyside Records Releases

Introduction

Presented by Mark Robinson, featuring new jazz releases from Bill King Trio + 5, Beata Pater, Alexi Tuomarila, Al Muirhead, Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra, Binker And Moses, Denys Baptiste, Diego Barber, BBE Records, David Singley & Christian Scott. A couple of classics from Cannonball Adderley and Art Pepper round out the show. My featured artist this week is the record company Sunnyside Records.

If you are an artist, a record company (are they still called that these days?) or a promoter I would love to receive your digital files for airplay.

The Playlist Featuring New Releases from Sunnyside Records

 

1. Aron Ottignon – Autumn Leaves (1997 Manifesto Compilation 97 Tap Records)

Australian pianist and composer

2. Bill King Trio + 5 – Rhythm Express (2016 Street Talk 7 Arts Entertainment)

Bill King – piano/Hammond B-3 organ/Rhodes
William Sperandei – trumpet
Darcy Hepner – tenor saxophone
Duncan Hopkins – acoustic bass
Mark Kelso – drums
Luis Obergoso – percussion
Jorge Luis Torres (Papiosco) percussion

3. Beata Pater – Curse of the Locusts (2017 Fire Dance B&B Records)

Beata Pater – Vocals
Sam Newsome – Soprano Sax
Anton Schwartz – Tenor Sax
Aaron Lington – Baritone Sax
Scott Collard – Keys
Aaron Germain – Bass
Alan Hall – Drums
Brian Rice – Percussion

4. Alexi Tuomarila – Aalto (2017 Kingdom Edition Records)

Alexi Tuomarila – piano
Mats Eilertsen – double bass
Olavi Louhivuori – drums

5. Al Muirhead – Softly As In A Morning Sunrise (2017 Northern Adventures The Canada Sessions Vol. 1 Chronograph Records)

Al Muirhead – Trumpet
Guido Basso – trumpet, flugelhorn
Tommy Banks – piano
Don Thompson – double bass
Reg Schwager – guitar
Mike Murley – saxophone
Chris Andrew – saxophone
Campbell Ryga – saxophone
Mike Rud – guitar
Laila Biali – vocals
Ben Wittman – drums
Kodi Hutchinson – bass

6. Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra – Nefertiti (2016 Effervescence Spartacus Records)

(Miles Davis/arr. Florian Ross)
Soloist: Michael Butcher –Tenor Sax

7. ELEW – My Favourite Things (2016 And To The Republic Sunnyside Records)

ELEW – piano (Eric Lewis)
Reginald Veal – bass
Jeff “Tain” Watts – drums

8. Edward Simon – Chega de Saudade (2016 Latin American Songbook Sunnyside Records)

Edward Simon – Piano
Joe Martin – Bass
Adam Cruz – Drums

9. Binker And Moses – The Departure (2017 Journey To The Mountian Of Forever Gearbox Records)

Moses Boyd – Drums
Binker Golding – Tenor Saxophone

10. Denys Baptiste – Ascent (2017 The Late Trane Edition Records)

Denys Baptiste – tenor saxophone
Nikki Yeoh – piano and keyboards
Neil Charles – bass
Rod Youngs – drums
Gary Crosby – bass
Steve Williamson – tenor saxophone
All music by John Coltrane

11. Diego Barber – Trevenque (2017 One Minute Later Sunnyside Records)

Guitarist/composer Diego Barber, a native of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands
Ben Williams – bass
Eric Harland – drums

12. Dick Griffin – Now Is The Time (Jean-Claude ‎– You Need This: A Journey Into Deep Jazz Vol 2 BBE Records)

1979 Trident Records
Dick Griffin – Trombone
Tenor Saxophone – Clifford Jordan
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Bill Saxton
Calvin Hill – Bass
Lawrence Killian – Congas, Percussion
Billy Hart, Freddie Waits – Drums
Don Smith – Flute, Piano, Vocals
Hubert Eaves – Piano

13. David Singley – Inside the Mobius (2017 Good Hope WrenSong Productions)

Featuring;

David Singley – guitar

14. Clay Giberson – Simple Gifts (2016 Pastures Origin Records)

Clay Giberson – piano
Donny McCaslin – tenor saxophone
Drew Gress – bass
Matt Wilson – drums
Emily Cole – violin
Julie Coleman – violin
Charles Noble – viola
Trevor Fitzpatrick – cello

15. Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah – Encryption (Feat. Elena Pinderhughes) (2017 Ruler Rebel Ropeadope Select Records)

Featuring;

Christian Scott – Trumpet
Elena Pinderhughes – Flute

16. Cannonball Adderley – Fiddler On The Roof (1964 Cannonball Adderley’s Fiddler On The Roof Capitol Records)

Cannonball Adderley – Alto Saxophone
Sam Jones – Bass
Louis Hayes – Drums
Joe Zawinul – Piano
Charles Lloyd – Tenor Saxophone, Flute
Nat Adderley – Trumpet, Cornet
Producer – David Axelrod

16. Art Pepper – Art Pepper – Mambo De La Pinta (2004 Mosaic Select CD 1 Mosaic Select 15)

Alto Saxophone – Art Pepper
Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
Drums – Shelly Manne
Piano – Russ Freeman
Trumpet – Jack Sheldon
Written-By – Art Pepper

Primetime Jazz 4th May Feat. Miles Davis

Introduction

Presented by Mark Robinson this week featuring 3 tracks from the 1956 Prestige Records release “Steamin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet” recorded in 1956 in two sessions and released in 1961. This LP is featured because for the month of May 2016 subscribers to Radio Adelaide go into a draw to win 14 Prestige LPs by Miles Davis. One of my favorite releases from that period is “Steamin’”. I also play new releases from Sarang Bang Records, Gerard Presencer & Danish Radio Big Band, Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra and a couple of tracks from the excellent BBE Music release “Kev Beadle Presents Inner City Records”. Quite a smorgasbord of delights!

Playlist – Miles Davis Featured

  1. Gerard Presencer and the Danish Radio Big Band – Ballad or Tango of the Misunderstood (2016 Groove Travels Edition Records)
  2. Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra – The Soulful Mr. Williams (2016 Portraits and Places Origin Records)
  3. Guillermo Klein – Suite Indiana Donna Lee (2016 Los Guachos V Sunnyside Records)
  4. Raul Agraz – Obsession (2016 Between Brothers OA2 Records)
  5. Marcos Varela – Pepper (2016 San Ygnacio Origin Records)
  6. Ray Vega & Thomas Marriott – United (2016 Return Of The East-West Trumpet Summit Origin Records)
  7. Dr Tree – Fourth World (2016 The Way In Is The Way Out – The Music of Murray McNabb Sarang Bang Records)
  8. Bernie McGann with Kim Paterson – Chuggin’ (1966 1966 (The Australasian Jazz Avant Garde Sarang Bang Records)
  9. Pram Trio – Mrs. Kim Visits the Living Room Alone (2016 Saga Thirteen Self Release)
  10. The Miles Davis Quintet – Surrey With The Fringe On Top (1961 Steamin’ Prestige Records)
  11. The Miles Davis Quintet – Well You Needn’t (1961 Steamin’ Prestige Records)
  12. The Miles Davis Quintet – When I Fall In Love (1961 Steamin’ Prestige Records)
  13. Dee C’Rell – Part 4 (2015 Farewell Northern Bird Holm Records)
  14. Leon Rosten Trio – Scattered Clouds (2016 Interpretations)
  15. Ross Hammond and Sameer Gupta – Upward (2016 Upward Self Release)
  16. Mammal Hands – Hourglass (2016 Flora Gondwana Records)
  17. Kellis Etheridge – Quickie Nirvana (2016 Kev Beadle presents Best Of Inner City BBE Records)
  18. Judy Roberts – The Other World (2016 Kev Beadle presents Best Of Inner City BBE Records)
  19. Bob Kenmotsu Quartet – 2016 I’m In Love With You (2016 I’m In Love With You Rodoken Music)

Listen Again

The show can be streamed from the Radio Adelaide website here.

 

 

Primetime Jazz 6th April Feat. Cannonball Adderley

Introduction

A mixture of new and old from across the world Mark plays the best in Jazz with a hint of Big Band. Music from Australian artists Bernie McGann and Peter Knight and a track from Argentinian saxophonist Gato Barbieri who passed away recently. Three tracks from one of my favourite LPs of all time, the Cannonball Adderley LP “Something Else” released in 1958 on Blue Note Records featuring;

  • Cannonball Adderley — alto saxophone
  • Miles Davis — trumpet
  • Hank Jones — piano
  • Sam Jones — bass
  • Art Blakey — drums

The Playlist

  1. Sarah Vaughan – How High The Moon (1955 The Definitive Verve Records)
  2. Kenny Clarke & Francy Boland Big Band – Wormwood Scrubs (1969 At Her Majesties Pleasure Schema Records)
  3. Gerard Presencer & The Danish Radio Big Band – Ballad or Tango of the Misunderstood (2016 Groove Travels Edition Records)
  4. Joe Castro – Vintage ’57 (2015 Reflection Sunnyside Records)
  5. Dave Brubeck Quartet – Someday My Prince Will Come (1957 Dave Digs Disney Columbia Records)
  6. Carlos Franzetti – Pandora (2016 Kev Beadle Presents Inner City Records BBE Music)
  7. Cannonball Adderley – Somethin’ Else (1958 Somethin’ Else Bluenote Records)
  8. Cannonball Adderley – One For Daddy O (1958 Somethin’ Else Bluenote Records)
  9. Cannonball Adderley – Autumn Leaves (1958 Somethin’ Else Bluenote Records)
  10. Bernie McGann – One For The Road (1997 Playground Rufus Records)
  11. Oscar Brown Jr – Afro Blue (1973 Sin & Soul CBS Records)
  12. Peter Knight – Peppercorns  (2006 All the Gravitation of Silence Jazzhead Records)
  13. Charlie Mariano – To An Elfin Princess (2016 Kev Beadle Presents Inner City Records BBE Music)
  14. Gato Barbieri – Fiesta (1976 Calinete! A&M Records)
  15. Robert Magris – Enigmatix Part 1 (2014 Enigmatix JMood Records)
  16. Allison Au Quartet – Aureole (2015 Forest Groove Self Release)
  17. Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – In Walked Bud (1992 The Best of Blue Note Records)
  18. Tom Lellis – Tones For Joan’s Bones (2016 The Flow Beamtide Music)