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Jazz in the Night Wednesday - December 26 2018

Jazz in the Night Wednesday - December 26 2018
Blog Name: Jazz In The Night WednesdayAuthor: Posted on: December 25, 2018

On the Wednesday, December 26, 2018 installment of Jazz In The Night Wednesday (Weekly, Midnight to 2 AM PT...you figure which day),  we dig into some of the new releases in the library including the latest from ; preview upcoming concert performances by ; celebrate birthdays and On This Day In Jazz Milestones from ... and MORE! LISTEN LIVE or Replay Jazz In The Night Wednesday any day of the week from the Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy!

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Annotated Playlist for Jazz In The Night Wednesday December 26, 2018

Hour 1


0:01 AM KSDS Jazz Orchestra led by Gilbert Castellanos “Christmas Medley: Joy to the World/Away in a Manger/The First Noel/We Wish You A Merry Christmas/Silent Night/Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” — Jazz Live San Diego, Tuesday, December 18, 2018


BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 1 Intro, Blog Post and Social Media Promo


0:12 AM John Scofield “New Waltzo” — Combo 66

  • BIRTHDAY Wednesday, December 26 - John Scofield [Guitar] 12/26/1951 100 Dayton, OH Dayton, OH

  • 2. John Scofield: Combo 66. The guitar great melds Albert King-styled string-bending and jazzy horn-like phrasing to melodic vehicles on his followup to 2016’s Grammy-winning County for Old Men. With pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Vicente Archer and Scofield’s longtime drummer Bill Stewart, Combo 66 shifts nimbly from the moody “Combo Theme” to the catchy “Can’t Dance” to the old school swinger “King of Belgium” (for the late harmonica ace Toots Thielemans). “Icons at the Fair” is a jazzy allusion to Paul Simon’s “Scarborough Fair,” while the intimate ballad “I’m Sleeping In” features Scofield at his lyrical best. Another triumph for the revered six-stringer. [The 10 Best Jazz Albums of 2018, Bill Milkowski, Paste]


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0:24 AM Rob Thorsen “Tempestade” — Bass Is The Space

  • IN CONCERT Monday, December 31 - Jazz 6:00 PM - Steph Johnson trio with Rob Thorsen and Richard Sellers — Rancho Valencia Resort DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: The REAL Jon Mayer


0:31 AM Ted Nash “Baby Elephant Walk” — Quintet Live at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola


BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, December 26 through Tuesday, January 1


0:43 AM Darek Oleszkiewicz, Duncan Moore, Mike Wofford “H2” — Time Cafe


BREAK (Before Last Tune of Hour): Coming Up In Hour 2, Blog and Social Media Promo


0:52 AM Cecile McLorin Salvant “Somewhere” — The Window

  • Jazz 88.3 Hosts and Staff 2018 Jazz and Blues Recordings of the Year - Ric Nicastro, host of “Ric’s Jazz Cafe”, Saturday, 7 to 10 am PT : "“Somewhere", by Cecile McLorin Salvant she nails it.” RIC’S SHOW PAGE>http://ow.ly/aWmc30dQxDg

  • “the wise, virtuosic and subtly subversive 29-year-old singer opts for a setting so stark it can almost seem abstract: For the majority of this part-studio, part-live LP, she’s accompanied only by pianist/organist Sullivan Fortner. “

  • “In refusing to pander, either to easy nostalgia or to current trends, she touches on something timeless.” [Review: Cecile McLorin Salvant Transcends Nostalgia on Radically Spare ‘The Window’, Hank Shteamer, Rolling Stone]


Hour 2


1:00 AM Lennie Niehaus “Rick's Tricks” — Lennie Niehaus, Vol. 3: The Octet, Pt. 2

  • BIRTHDAY Wednesday, December 26 - Monty Budwig [Bass] 12/26/1929 100 Bassist Pender, NE 1992

  • “A very valuable bassist who on the West Coast was part of a countless number of recordings sessions, Monty Budwig could always be relied upon to swing a band, take melodic solos and play the perfect note for the right situation while being content to remain in the background. Budwig played bass while in high school, gigged with Vido Musso in 1951 and then spent three years in the Air Force during which he had the opportunity to play in a military band. In 1954 he moved to Los Angeles where he eventually became a fixture in the studios and was greatly in demand for West Coast-style jazz groups. Among Budwig's many musical experiences were playing with Barney Kessel, the Red Norvo Trio (1954-55), Zoot Sims, Woody Herman's Orchestra (1955-56), Shelly Manne, Shorty Rogers, Terry Gibbs, Benny Goodman, Carmen McRae, Bud Shank, Bob Cooper, the Lighthouse All Stars in the 1980's and Ellyn Rucker. Although he appeared on many records (including a few dozen for the Concord label in the 1970's and 80's), Monty Budwig only led one record date of his own, 1978's Dig (for Concord) which included his wife Arlette McCoy on electric piano.” [Monty Budwig, Artist Biography by Scott Yanow]


BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 2 Intro, Hour 1 Final Tune, Blog Post and Social Media Promo

1:07 AM Jon Mayer Trio “Tenderly” — Live At The Athenaeum


1:14 AM Dan Papaila, Sherman Ferguson, Tom Aros, Rickey Woodard, Car “That'S The Way Of The World” — Positively!

  • IN CONCERT Thursday, December 27 - Solo Jazz Guitar 5:30 PM - Dan Papaila — Lodge Torrey Pines DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar


BREAK:


1:25 AM Bessie Smith “St. Louis Blues” — The Collection

  • ON THIS DAY Wednesday, December 26 - W.C.Handy records his own "St.Louis Blues" in New York City in 1939.

  • “By the time Bessie Smith had the opportunity to put her inimitable stamp on “St. Louis Blues” in 1925, the song had already embarked upon a 30-year journey from when inspiration first struck composer W.C. Handy to the point where it was the most popular and well-known blues song in existence.” [Behind The Song: Bessie Smith, “St. Louis Blues”, Jim Biviglia, American Songwriter]


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: Scott Kyle - Great San Diego Trombonist in KSDS Jazz Orchestra, Gaslamp Quarter Jazz Orchestra, and more!


1:28 AM Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette “Bouncin' With Bud” — After The Fall, Disc 2

  • Jazz 88.3 Hosts and Staff 2018 Jazz and Blues Recordings of the Year - Tony McGee, host of “Late Evening Jazz Tuesday”, Tuesday 10 pm to Midnight PT, Show Page>http://ow.ly/7SJN30czgK4: “I couldn’t decide on just one new release.”

    • Corcoran Holt: The Mecca - Raven’s Wing

    • JD Allen: Love Stone - Why Was I Born

    • Renee Rosnes: Beloved of the Sky - Let the Wild Rumpus Start

    • Keith Jarrett trio: After the Fall - Bouncin With Bud

      • Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette: After The Fall (AllAbouJazz.com, Karl Ackerman): “In the year between ECM releases Tokyo '96 (1997) and Whisper Not (1999), Keith Jarrett's iconic Standards Trio returned to live performances following a two-year break. Jarrett's bout with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome left him physically and emotionally drained, but with the condition in check, his expressive passion and physical enthusiasm return in full force with After The Fall. “

    • Brad Mehldau trio: Seymour Reads the Constitution - De Dah

    • Christian McBride: New Jawn - Seek the Source

    • John Scofield: Combo 66 - Combo Theme


BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, December 26 through January 1


1:43 AM Milt Jackson “Whisper Not” — Bags' Opus

  • ON THIS DAY Friday, December 28 - Milt Jackson records BAGS’ OPUS in 1958 (also on December 29) in New York City for Blue Note.

  • BIRTHDAY Tuesday, January 1 - Milt Jackson [Vibraphone] 01/01/1923 100 Vibes Detroit, MI 1999


BREAK (Before Last Tune of Show): Blog and Social Media Promo, Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy Replay


1:53 AM Danny Green Trio Plus Strings “One Day It Will” — One Day It Will

  • IN CONCERT Monday, December 31 - Bassist Justin Grinnell - Jazz 7:00 PM - New Year's Eve with Allison Adams Tucker ft Melonie & Justin Grinnell — Handlery Hotel San Diego DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar



San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, December 26 through Tuesday, January 1, 2019


(Artists In Bold Featured In Tonight's Show)


  • Wednesday, December 26

    • 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.

    • Jazz Singers 7:00 PM - Alexis Joi presents "The Great Voices of Jazz" LIVE — Westgate Hotel DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Thursday, December 27

  • Friday, December 28

  • Saturday, December 29

    • Jazz / Funk / Soul 8:00 PM - Steph Johnson, Rob Thorsen and Friends — Westgate Hotel DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz /R&B / Neo Soul 8:30 PM - Sahara Grim Band — Lestat's DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • "Mamma Mia"! - You'll want to mark your calendars because he production of "Mamma Mia"at Welk Resorts Theatre in Escondido is officially in full-swing, now through February 24, 2019. Matinee Performances | Saturday and Sunday at 1:00pm. Evening Performance | Saturday at 8:00pm. Beginning November we will add a Thursday Matinee at 1pm and Thursday evening at 7pm.

  • Sunday, December 30

    • Jazz / Ballots / Latin 5:00 PM - North County Jazz Jam Session — Aztec Brewery DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Variety 5:00 PM - Debora Galan & Silk Trio — Coyote Bar & Grill DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Monday, December 31

    • Jazz 6:00 PM - Steph Johnson trio with Rob Thorsen and Richard Sellers — Rancho Valencia Resort DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz 7:00 PM - New Year's Eve with Allison Adams Tucker ft Melonie & Justin Grinnell — Handlery Hotel San Diego DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz 9:00 PM - Monday Night Jazz Jam presented by Louis V. — Rosie O'Grady's DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Tuesday, January 1, 2019 - Happy New Year!

    • Jazz/Blues/Soul 5:30 PM - Tuesday's ProJam featuring Danny DiCarlo & The Wildwood House Band — Wildwood Restaurant & Bar DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Future Events

    • San Diego Symphony Fall-Winter Season! Jazz 88.3 is so proud to support the San Diego Symphony's 2018-2019 Fall-Winter Season! The season continues with Generation Next: Hearing the Future of Jazz, Saturday, January 26th (8PM). Just as popular melodies find new life and perspective with every jazz improvisation, so too is jazz music constantly revitalized by the emerging artists who fall under its spell and make it their own. In the spirit of “Hearing the Future,” this concert, curated by Jazz @ The Jacobs Series Curator Gilbert Castellanos, will feature some of today’s most interesting and innovative young jazz musicians.You simply won't want to miss this show! To purchase tickets, click here!

    • Camarada: Tango X's 3 - Jazz 88.3 is proud to support Camarada's 2018--2019 season! The season continues with "Tango X's 3", Friday, February 22 (6:30PM) at the Museum of Photographic Arts, in the heart of Balboa Park. Uruguayan-born tango champion Raúl Jaurena joins Camarada musicians Beth Ross Buckley (on flute) and Dave Buckley (on violin) for an all-new tango for trio program featuring Tango Alma dancers and will also feature the music of Astor Piazzolla. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here!

    • Handlery Hotel Friday Jazz Happy Hour- Mark your calendars for every Friday Jazz Happy Hour at the Handlery Hotel in the 950 Lounge! San Diego's world-renowned Jazz Flutist and Presenter Holly Hofmann brings in world class musicians every Friday from 5:30-7:30PM. There's NO COVER CHARGE and parking is not only FREE, but it's bountiful! You can also enjoy a full bar and happy hour menu prices while you're there! What better way to kick off your weekend?!

      • January

        • 4th - Mackenzie Leighton with Leonard Patton and Ed Kornhauser

        • 11th - Lori Bell with Josh Nelson and Rob Thorsen

        • 18th- Pianist Adam Wolf with Rob Thorsen and Richard Sellers

        • 25th- Danny Green with Tripp Sprague

Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, December 26 through January 1

More where this comes from DAILY at Jazz88.org. BOLD FEATURED ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW

  • Wednesday, December 26

    • JohnScofield[Guitar]12/26/1951100Dayton, OHDayton, OH

    • MontyBudwig[Bass]12/26/1929100BassistPender, NE1992

    • W.C.Handy records his own "St.Louis Blues" in New York City in 1939.

  • Thursday, December 27

    • MikeBarone[Trombone]12/27/19360TrombonistDetroit, MI

      • “His Mike Barone Big Band became one of the best known West Coast big bands, from early days playing at Donte's in North Hollywood in the late sixties.[1] Barone's brother, Gary Barone, is a trumpeter.” [Mike Barone, Wikipedia]

    • T.S.Monk[Drums and Percussion]12/27/1949100New York City, NY

    • Woody Herman records "Four Brothers" and "Early Autumn" in 1947. It was Stan Getz's solo that became a milestone in jazz history.

  • Friday, December 28

    • Earl"Fatha"Hines[Piano]12/28/1905100PianistDuquesne, PA1983

    • TedNash[Alto Saxophone] [Tenor Saxophone]12/28/1960100Los Angeles, CA

    • Milt Jackson records BAGS’ OPUS in 1958 (also on December 29) in New York City for Blue Note.

  • Saturday, December 29

    • DaniloPerez[Piano]12/29/1966100Panama

    • GeorgeColligan[Keyboards-Various] [Piano]12/29/1969100Summit, NJ

    • Pinetop Smith cuts "Boogie Woogie" for Vocalion records in 1928.

  • Sunday, December 30

    • FrankVignola[Guitar]12/30/1965100West Islip, NY

    • LewisNash[Drums and Percussion]12/30/1958100Phoenix, AZ

    • Meade Lux Lewis, Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons cut "Boogie Woogie Prayer" for Vocalion records in 1938.

  • Monday, December 31

    • JuleStyne[Composer]12/31/1905100ComposerLondon, England1994

    • Odetta[Guitar] [Vocals-Lead]12/31/1930100Singer/GuitaristBirmingham, AL2008

    • Drummer Buddy Rich joins Artie Shaw's band in 1938.

  • Tuesday, January 1

    • ChrisPotter[Tenor Saxophone]01/01/1971100Chicago, IL

    • MiltJackson[Vibraphone]01/01/1923100VibesDetroit, MI1999

    • 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.)

      • “During a ten-month period lasting from January 1 to October 29, 1941, no music licensed by ASCAP (1,250,000 songs) was broadcast on NBC nor CBS radio stations. Instead, the stations played songs in the public domain, regional music and styles (like rhythm and blues or country) that had been traditionally disdained by ASCAP. And it resulted in a lot of classical compositions being recorded by the big bands. [ASCAP Boycott, Wikipedia]

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