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Jazz in the Night Wednesday - January 23 2019

Jazz in the Night Wednesday - January 23 2019
Blog Name: Jazz In The Night WednesdayAuthor: Posted on: January 22, 2019

On the Wednesday, January 23, 2019 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 January 23, 2019

Hour 1


0:00 AM Gary Burton “Las Vegas Tango” — Good Vibes

  • BIRTHDAY Wednesday, January 23 - Gary Burton [Vibraphone] 01/23/1943 Anderson, ID

  • “Issued in celebration of Burton’s 75th birthday year, this sumptuously produced boxed set of prime vinyl comes with a free download code. Drawn from six decades, these three-and-a half hours of consistently arresting music feature the four-mallet maestro in the company of musicians as accomplished as one might wish.” [Gary Burton: Take Another Look. A Career Retrospective, Michael Tucker, Jazz Journal]


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


0:11 AM Thomas Marriott “Alibi Room” — Romance Language


0:16 AM Bill Frisell “Moon River” — Bill Frisell with Dave Holland and Elvin Jones

  • IN CONCERT Bill Frisell: When You Wish Upon A Star - Jazz 88.3 is proud to partner with Art Power as they present: Bill Frisell: When You Wish Upon A Star, Wednesday, January 23rd at 8PM at Price Center East Ballroom at UCSD. Bill Frisell has seen collaborations with the likes of Elvis Costello, Bono, Paul Simon, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic over the course of his 35-year career. His Grammy-nominated album When You Wish Upon a Star features his arrangements and interpretations of music for film and television. The guitarist will be joined by bassist Thomas Morgan, drummer Rudy Royston, and singer Petra Haden in re-imagining time-honored gems like “When You Wish Upon a Star” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” as well as music from television favorites, including The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Honeymooners.


BREAK:

  • Herbie Hancock - Do you feel joy when we play Herbie Hancock’s music? Then become a Jazz 88.3 Member at Jazz88.org


0:25 AM Robert Magris “High Priest” — World Gardens

  • NEW RELEASE “Roberto plays lyrically but with conviction and power. He has a strong, hungry attack but poetry always plays a key role. So does a dash of beauty and abstraction. I love his sound.” [Roberto Magris: World Gardens, Marc Myers, Jazzwax]


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: Jon Faddis - Trumpeter - Celebrating the Festival of New Trumpet Music West!


0:32 AM Josh Evans “Good Mornin'” — Hope and Despair

  • IN CONCERT Saturday, January 26 - 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)


BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, January 23 through Tuesday, January 29


0:47 AM Cameron Brown_Sheila Jordan “Medley: Mourning Song” — I've Grown Accustomed To the Bass


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


0:54 AM Jay Thomas w/Oliver Groenewald Newnet “Yama” — I Always Knew

  • NEW RELEASE “He as well is among the few musicians in jazz to be featured on both trumpet and saxophone, and in his case, play them both with virtuosity. His skills are as well applied fondly to the flute, and clarinet. “

  • “The opening salvo is a deeply emotive take on Lee Morgan's "Yama." Thomas' original, lyrical sound is front and center on any instrument, but trumpet was where the journey began for him, and there seems to be a fluid stream of consciousness to his solos on that instrument. Pianist John Hansen's work is as well strong, and free flowing. “ [Jay Thomas With The Oliver Groenewald Newnet: I Always Knew, Paul Rauch, All About Jazz]


Hour 2


1:02 AM Duke Ellington “Work Song” — Black, Brown & Beige (disc 1)

1:06 AM Duke Ellington “Come Sunday” — Black, Brown & Beige (disc 1)


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


1:14 AM Steve Kuhn Trio “Pure Imagination” — To And From The Heart

  • NEW RELEASE “a post-bop bag of mostly medium-tempo swing numbers, where the pianist, once again, counts on the rhythmic consistency of Steve Swallow, a legendary electric bassist with a strong presence, and Joey Baron, a tour de force drummer with sensitivity to nuance.” [Steve Kuhn Trio - To and From The Heart, Jazz Trail]


BREAK:

  • Follow Your Dreams at San Diego Continuing Education SDCE.edu

  • Wednesday, January 23 - Blues Jam - Guest Jammer: Charles Burton sitting in for Mark!


1:23 AM Tomcat Courtney “Cook My Breakfast” — Downsville Blues


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: Terrence Blanchard - Trumpter - Nominated for 91st Academy Award For Best Original Musical Score for “BlacKkKlansman”! (Variety)


1:28 AM Bob Mintzer Big Band “Speak Low” — Meeting Of Minds


1:35 AM Euphoria Brass Band “Footies Blues” — Coast To Coast

  • IN CONCERT Sunday, January 27 2 pm: “Brass Band Blast-Off,” presented by UC San Diego Urban and Quartyard. Featuring Euphoria Brass Band, the Daniel Rosenboom Octet and a performance of Gilbert Castellanos’ “Dia de los Muertos Suite.” Quartyard, 1301 Market St., East Village. Free, but online reservations are required: https://extension.ucsd.edu/fontwest   


BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, January 23 through January 29


1:44 AM Joe Henderson “Black” — Mode For Joe [Japan Bonus Track]

  • ON THIS DAY Sunday, January 27 - Joe Henderson recorded “Mode for Joe” for Blue Note records in 1966.

  • “this outing's mostly uptempo songs serve as vehicles for solos. Henderson himself proves that the template for players such as Marsalis, Joe Lovano, and Joshua Redman was invented a generation earlier, as evidenced on "A Shade of Jade," "Black," and others, making this one of the sax legend's most intriguing albums.” [Mode for Joe, Scott Yanow, All Music]


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


1:53 AM Joe Locke “Red Cloud” — Subtle Disguise

  • NEW RELEASE "For me, this album is the fruition of a long journey of self discovery as an artist, where I no longer see the different aspects of my musical personality as separate or at odds with one another," he notes. "I have discovered my own lingua franca, connecting the seemingly disparate styles I enjoy playing." [Joe Locke: Subtle Disguise, Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz]


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San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, January 23 through Tuesday, January 29, 2019


(Artists In Bold Featured In Tonight's Show)


  • Wednesday, January 23

    • Blues Jam - Guest Jammer: Charles Burton sitting in for Mark! 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.

    • Bill Frisell: When You Wish Upon A Star- Jazz 88.3 is proud to partner with Art Power as they present: Bill Frisell: When You Wish Upon A Star, Wednesday, January 23rd at 8PM at Price Center East Ballroom at UCSD. Bill Frisell has seen collaborations with the likes of Elvis Costello, Bono, Paul Simon, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic over the course of his 35-year career. His Grammy-nominated album When You Wish Upon a Star features his arrangements and interpretations of music for film and television. The guitarist will be joined by bassist Thomas Morgan, drummer Rudy Royston, and singer Petra Haden in re-imagining time-honored gems like “When You Wish Upon a Star” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” as well as music from television favorites, including The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Honeymooners.

    • Festival of New Trumpet Music West (FONTWest) - 8:15 PM - The Wednesday Jazz Jam Presented by Gilbert Castellanos featuring trumpeter Curtis Taylor — Panama 66 @ SDMA DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Thursday, January 24

  • Friday, January 25

  • Saturday, January 26

    • 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!

    • Blues - 7:30 PM - Robin Henkel Band w/ Whitney Shay — Proud Mary's DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Sunday, January 27

    • Gypsy Jazz - 7:00 PM - Annual Django Fest — Dizzy's (New Location) DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • 2 p.m. Jan. 27: “Brass Band Blast-Off,” presented by UC San Diego Urban and Quartyard. Featuring Euphoria Brass Band, the Daniel Rosenboom Octet and a performance of Gilbert Castellanos’ “Dia de los Muertos Suite.” Quartyard, 1301 Market St., East Village. Free, but online reservations are required: https://extension.ucsd.edu/fontwest   

  • Monday, January 28

  • Tuesday, January 29

  • Future Events

    • SDMT- Crazy for You - San Diego Musical Theatre presents "CRAZY FOR YOU" opening February 1st (through March 3rd). It tells the story of young New York banker Bobby Child, who is sent to Deadrock, Nevada, to foreclose on a rundown theatre. This show has won 3 Tony awards including Best Musical, Best Choreography and Best Costume Design and the book and lyrics were done by George and Ira Gershwin. It features classic and memorable tunes  such as "I Got Rhythm,” “Naughty Baby,” “They Can’t Take That Away from Me,” “Embraceable You,” “But Not for Me,” “Nice Work if You Can Get It,” and “Someone to Watch Over Me.” Here is all the ticket information.

    • 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.

    • "Jazz In The Key Of Ellison" - Jazz 88.3 is proud to support La Jolla Music Society as they present Jazz In The Key Of Ellison happening Saturday, February 16th at Balboa Theatre (8PM). Inspired by the musical life of America’s iconic writer Ralph Ellison, presented in music, words, and images. Ralph Ellison, acclaimed author of the National Book Award-winning novel Invisible Man, was an accomplished trumpeter who was close to many of the great jazz innovators of his lifetime – from Armstrong and Ellington to Bird and Monk." This star-led evening includes Grammy® Award-winning trumpeter Nicholas Payton, R&B and jazz vocalist Will Downing, iconic Labelle singer Nona Hendryx, 2017 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition winner Quiana Lynell, the Andy Farber Jazz Orchestra, and author Roxane Gay as narrator.


Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, January 23 through January 29

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


  • Wednesday, January 23

    • GaryBurton[Vibraphone]01/23/1943100VibraphonistAnderson, ID

    • MartyPaich[Arranger] [Piano]01/23/1925100Pianist / ArrangerOakland, CA1995

    • Duke Ellington plays his first Carnegie Hall concert in 1943 and introduces "Black, Brown and Beige".

  • Thursday, January 24

    • JuliusHemphill[Saxophone]01/24/1938100Fort Worth, TX1995

    • MarcusPrintup[Trumpet]01/24/1967100Convers, GA

    • Keith Jarrett recorded his "Koln Concert" in 1975.

  • Friday, January 25

    • BennyGolson[Composer] [Saxophone]01/25/1925100SaxophonistPhiladelphia, PA

      • Only one of the Jazz artists in the “Great Day in Harlem” photograph that is still alive.

    • Antonio CarlosJobim[Composer] [Guitar] [Vocals-Lead]01/25/1927100Brazilian ComposerRio De Janeiro1994

  • Saturday, January 26

    • StephaneGrappelli[Violin]01/26/1908100VioinistParis, France1997

    • Jimmyvan Heusen[Composer]01/26/19130SongwriterSyracuse, NY1990

      • Studying at Cazenovia Seminary and Syracuse University, he became friends with Jerry Arlen, the younger brother of Harold Arlen. With the elder Arlen's help, Van Heusen wrote songs for the Cotton Club revue, including "Harlem Hospitality".

      • Van Heusen was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song 14 times in 12 different years (in both 1945 and 1964 he was nominated for two songs), and won four times: in 1944, 1957, 1959, and 1963.[2]

      • Dig that list of tunes… [Jimmy van Heusen, Wikipedia]

    • In 1934, the Apollo Theater in Harlem presented its' first live stage show, featuring Benny Carter and his big band.

  • Sunday, January 27

    • BobMintzer[Tenor Saxophone]01/27/1953100New Rochelle, NY

    • BobbyHutcherson[Vibraphone]01/27/1941100VibraphonistLos Angeles, CA2016

    • Joe Henderson recorded “Mode for Joe” for Blue Note records in 1966.

      • “this outing's mostly uptempo songs serve as vehicles for solos. Henderson himself proves that the template for players such as Marsalis, Joe Lovano, and Joshua Redman was invented a generation earlier, as evidenced on "A Shade of Jade," "Black," and others, making this one of the sax legend's most intriguing albums.” [Mode for Joe, Scott Yanow, All Music]

  • Monday, January 28

    • EldarDjangirov[Piano]01/28/1987100Kyrgyzstan

      • 2013GraceJ.D. AllenPiano

    • RonnieScott[Tenor Saxophone]01/28/1927100Tenor SaxLondon, England1996

    • Benny Goodman recorded "Bewitched" on Columbia records in 1941.

  • Tuesday, January 29

    • EdShaugnessy[Drums and Percussion]01/29/1929100DrummerJersey City, NJ2013

    • Saxophonist Hank Crawford died on this date in 2009, of complications from a stroke, in Memphis, Tennessee. He was 74.


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