World of Jazz 409

  1. Mark Helias “Munchkins” from Loopin’ The Cool (Enja) 00:00
  2. Ernesto Jodos “Sound Lee” from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes) 06:50
  3. Ken Stubbs “Pablo” from I Us Live (CherryK) 14:16
  4. Alex Massa “Black Snake” from Water Music (ears&eyes) 22:37
  5. Doug Webb “Alexico” from Apples & Oranges (Posi-tone) 40:58
  6. Mark Helias “Sector 51” from Loopin’ The Cool (Enja) 47:10
  7. Jim Waller “Samba for Suzell” from Bucket List (Self-Released) 55:09
  8. Ken Stubbs “Pavane (Thoughts of a Septuagenerian)” from I Us Live (CherryK) 1:00:20
  9. Ernesto Jodos “Sir Charles” from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes) 1:07:07
  10. Franck Wolf “Sweet Madness” from Acoustic Five (WM Music) 1:14:11
  11. Harold Mabern “The Lyrical Cole-Man” from Mabern Plays Mabern (Smoke Sessions Records) 1:18:25
  12. Doug Webb “Monkey Face” from Apples & Oranges (Posi-tone) 1:30:54
  13. Ernesto Jodos “Let’s Call This” from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes) 1:37:05
  14. Mark Helias “El Baz” from Loopin’ The Cool (Enja) 1:43:46
  15. Ken Stubbs “Never Let Me Go” from I Us Live (CherryK) 1:46:24
  16. Vintage Astronaut “Robot to Robot Massage Parlour” from 2028AD Haircut (Mr. Haircut Records) 1:54:27

  • On this weeks show music from Mark Helias, Ernesto Jodos, Ken Stubbs, Alex Massa and Doug Webb with one or two other little treats in between.
  • HOUR ONE
  • Mark Helias “Munchkins” from Loopin’ The Cool (Enja)
    • Mark Helias – Bass
    • Tom Rainey -Drums and percussion
    • Epizo Bangoura – Djembe and percussion
    • Regina Carter – Violin
    • Ellery Eskelin – Tenor Saxophone
    • Recorded December 14, 1994 – December 15, 1994 at Systems Two Studios, Brooklyn, NY
  • Ernesto Jodos “Sound Lee” from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes)
    •  features longtime bandmates, Hernan Merlo, on bass and Eloy Michelini on drums
  • Ken Stubbs “Pablo” from I Us Live (CherryK)
    • Ken Stubbs – Alto
    • Paul Graboskwy – Piano
    • Brett Hirst – Bass
    • Simon Barker – Drums
    • Recorded live by Christian Pyle at Lismore City Hall, NSW, Australia 6th April 2014
  • Alex Massa “Black Snake” from Water Music (ears&eyes)
    • “Water Music” consists of musical reflections on the movements to protect our environment and our lives. Specifically influenced by sounds of the AACM, Charlie Haden’s Liberation Music Orchestra, Philip Glass, Rachel Grimes, and the winds and silence of He Sapa (Lakota for The Black Hills), Massa has drawn a large sound out of a five-piece, chordless, ensemble – drums/percussion, upright bass, alto sax, tenor sax, and trumpet.
    • Alexander Massa – trumpet/composition
    • Mai Sugimoto – alto saxophone
    • Artie Black – tenor saxophone
    • Anton Hatwich – bass
    • Isaiah Spencer – Drums
  • Doug Webb “Alexico” from Apples & Oranges (Posi-tone)
    • Featuring a program of originals and a few familiar melodies, the album showcases strong showings by organist extraordinaire Brian Charette and drummer Andy Sanesi, who really keep the session in the pocket.
  • Mark Helias “Sector 51” from Loopin’ The Cool (Enja)
  • Jim Waller “Samba for Suzell” from Bucket List (Self-Released)
    • Big Band featuring Jacqueline Sotelo with special guest Will Kennedy
  • HOUR TWO
  • Ken Stubbs “Pavane (Thoughts of a Septuagenerian)” from I Us Live (CherryK)
  • Ernesto Jodos “Sir Charles” from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes)
  • Franck Wolf “Sweet Madness” from Acoustic Five (WM Music)
    • Franck Wolf – saxophones (tenor and soprano)
    • Jean-Yves Jung – piano
    • Sébastien Giniaux – guitar, cello
    • Frédéric Norel – violin
    • Diego Imbert – double bass
  • Harold Mabern “The Lyrical Cole-Man” from Mabern Plays Mabern (Smoke Sessions Records)
    • Harold Mabern: piano
    • Eric Alexander: saxophone, tenor
    • John Webber: bass, acoustic
    • Joe Farnsworth: drums
    • Steve Davis: thrombone
    • Vincent Herring: saxophone
  • Doug Webb “Monkey Face” from Apples & Oranges (Posi-tone)
  • Ernesto Jodos “Let’s Call This” from Un Viaggio (ears&eyes)
  • Mark Helias “El Baz” from Loopin’ The Cool (Enja)
  • Ken Stubbs “Never Let Me Go” from I Us Live (CherryK)
  • Vintage Astronaut “Robot to Robot Massage Parlour” from 2028AD Haircut (Mr. Haircut Records)
  • The second of four albums culled from over 15 hours of music.
  • John Ray- bass
  • Jonathan Greene – drums
  • Michael Kinchen – keyboards

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