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Jazz in the Night Wednesday - January 29 2020

Jazz in the Night Wednesday - January 29 2020
Blog Name: Jazz In The Night WednesdayAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: January 28, 2020

#On the Wednesday, January 29, 2020 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 29 2020

Hour 1


0:00 AM Jeanne Lee, Mal Waldron “Fire Waltz” — After Hours

  • BIRTHDAY - Wednesday, January 29 - Jeanne Lee 01/29/1939 Vocalist New York, NY 2000

  • "In the 1960s, Ms. Lee developed a new, inventive vocal style, approaching words as sounds and using her teeth, lips and tongue to wring drama out of each syllable. She wrote: “As an improvising singer, there was always the option to scat, thus imitating the jazz instrumental sounds. There were also jazz lyricists who set words to instrumental solos. Neither of these options allowed space for the natural rhythms and sonorities or the emotional content of words…” > Jeanne Lee, Jazz Singer Who Embraced Avant-Garde, Dies at 61 - New Music USA 


0:12 AM Erik Jekabson Sextet III “Bell Song” — One Note At A Time


0:17 AM Ted Piltzecker “Uncle Peck” — Brindica

  • IN CONCERT - Saturday, February 1 - Jazz - 8:00 PM - Matt Hall Quintet Presents: “IN TANDEM: A Tribute to Bill Watrous & Danny Stiles” featuring Gary Rich, Ed Kornhauser, Antar Martin, and Fernando Gomez — Dizzy's DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • JAZZ LIVE ALUM!


BREAK: Support Good Music - 

  • Car Donation 1-888-Jazz-Car Jazz88.org/car

  • Jazz Live- Christopher Hollyday and his Telepathy Band - Jazz Live will welcome back Alto Saxophonist Christopher Hollyday and his Telepathy band to the Saville Theatre on Monday, February 10th at 8pm. His band will be stellar- Gilbert Castellanos on Trumpet, Joshua White on Piano, Rob Thorsen on Bass and Tyler Kreutel on Drums. This concert will be the album release of 'Dialogue' AND Christopher's 50th Birthday so it's not to be missed. 


0:27 AM Christopher Hollyday & Telepathy “On The Trail” — Dialogue

  • IN CONCERT Jazz Live- Christopher Hollyday and his Telepathy Band - Jazz Live will welcome back Alto Saxophonist Christopher Hollyday and his Telepathy band to the Saville Theatre on Monday, February 10th at 8pm. His band will be stellar- Gilbert Castellanos on Trumpet, Joshua White on Piano, Rob Thorsen on Bass and Tyler Kreutel on Drums. This concert will be the album release of 'Dialogue' AND Christopher's 50th Birthday so it's not to be missed. The show is only for valid Jazz 88 members. Please contact the membership department at membership@jazz88.org if you want to become a member or check on your membership. To reserve your tickets please go to the Speakeasy or you can call 619-388-3301. The box office will open at 6pm and unclaimed tickets will be available beginning at 730pm. As always, thanks to Big Front Door Sandwich Shop, located in University Heights (Park Blvd.) for providing food for the Jazz Live artists. If you are going remember that good ole' parking pass!


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: Sue Palmer - 2020 Best Jazz and Best Blues Album (Gems, Vol. 2) San Diego Music Award Nominee [Jazz 88 Facebook Post]


0:32 AM Valery Ponomarev Big Band “Hammer Head” — Our Father Who Art Blakey

  • NEW RELEASE


BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, January 29 through Tuesday, February 4


0:47 AM Robin Henkel “Tonopah” — Robin Henkel Band with Horns

  • IN CONCERT - Thursday, January 30 - Blues - 6:00 PM - Robin Henkel — Nate's Garden Grill  DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • 2020 Best Blues San Diego Music Award Nominee!


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


0:53 AM Brian Scanlon “El Entrometido” — Brain Scan


Hour 2


1:00 AM Ed Shaughnessy “St. Marx” — Jazz In The Pocket

  • BIRTHDAY - Wednesday, January 29 - Ed Shaugnessy 01/29/1929 Drummer Jersey City, NJ 2013

  • "Between 1963 and 1992 Ed Shaughnessy was probably the most visible drummer in America. He came into millions of homes every night, playing with everyone's favorite artists and swinging The Tonight Show band." - Percussive Arts Society 


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


1:09 AM John Bailey “President Gillespie Suite” — Can You Imagine?

  • NEW RELEASE “Now, in this fun and intriguing concept album, veteran trumpeter John Bailey — an educator who has appeared on more than 75 albums — gives a musical tribute to the late Diz and invites listeners to imagine what might have happened if lessons about empathy and human decency had been embraced. The mostly joyful and upbeat, tongue-in-cheek disc includes a three-part number called President Gillespie Suite and a couple of songs inspired by the late, legendary multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Bailey, who drives an automobile with a license plate that reads “DIZ4PREZ,” said he was inspired in part by Jethro Tull’s 1969 classic, Thick As a Brick, which bandleader Ian Anderson said was a parody of the concept album genre.” [Gillespie's lessons live on through John Bailey's 'Can You Imagine?', Tom Henry, Toledo Blade


BREAK

  • Ella and Mel - We Know You Know What Jazz Is. Support It! Become a Jazz 88.3 Member at Jazz88.org


1:25 AM Harry Allen with the Bill Charlap Trio “Lush Life” — Harry Allen plays Ellington Songs

  • IN CONCERT - Sunday, February 2 - Legendary New York saxophonist, Harry Allen, Israeli-born pianist Ehud Asherie, bassist Rob Thorsen and drummer Jim Plank - The Sunday Sessions at the Handlery Hotel San Diego - Mark your calendars for every Sunday 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 Sunday from 4:30-6:30PM.

  • “Lush Life” features prominently in a popular Jazz 88.3 Facebook Post: With Jazz On The Turntable and A Drink In His Hand [Facebook Link Post]


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID: Jim Plank, San Diego Jazz Drum Legend, Playing with Harry Allen 2/2/20 at Sunday Sessions!


1:32 AM Coral MacFarland Thuet “Old Country” — Live at L'Escale

  • IN CONCERT - Sunday, February 2 - Camarada 2019-2020 Season - Jazz 88.3 has partnered again with Camarada for their 2019-2020 season! The season continues with Look of Love, February 2 (6:30PM) at the Museum of Photographic Arts in the heart of Balboa Park. Featuring Peter Sprague (guitar and arrangements) and Coral MacFarland Thuet (voice, guitars, flute, bass, drums) this concert includes a mix of some Brazilian classics, some Burt Bacharach compositions (dressed up with that cool Sergio Mendes flavor of pop and samba), plus Brasil 66’s unique sonic vision of The Beatles “Fool On the Hill.” It’ll be a wonderful evening looking to Brazil, a musical look of love. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here!  


1:37 AM Lynne Arriale “Journey” — Chimes Of Freedom

  • NEW RELEASE 


BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, January 29 through February 4


1:46 AM Miles Davis & Sonny Rollins “Serpent's Tooth [Take 2]” — The Classic Prestige Sessions 1951-1956

  • ON THIS DAY - Thursday, January 30 - Miles Davis first records "Serpents Tooth" for Prestige records. It featured Charlie Parker in an unusual role on tenor sax, along with Sonny Rollins, Percy Heath, Walter Bishop, Jr., and Philly Joe Jones. The year was 1953.


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


1:52 AM Wayne Shorter w/JLC Orchestra “Hammer Head” — The Music Of Wayne Shorter


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San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Wednesday, January 29 through Tuesday, February 4, 2020


KSDS Fundraising Concert- The Cookers - On Saturday, February 22nd The Cookers come to the Saville Theatre for this one-time only KSDS Fundraising Event! This is truly a band of Bebop Heavyweights-Billy Harper, tenor sax, Cecil McBee, bass, George Cables, piano, Eddie Henderson, trumpet, Donald Harrison, alto sax, David Weiss, trumpet and Billy Hart, drums. A pair of tickets to this special concert are only $88.30 (single tickets available for $45). NOTE: If you already have tickets (from our Year-End Pledge Drive) your name will be at the Will Call the night of the show. Also, you can park in Lot 8 for free (no parking pass required). Please pick up your tickets no later than 7:30pm the night of the show. To reserve tickets please call 619-388-3301 or e-mail us at info@jazz88.org. But, hurry, this show is sure to sell out! We look forward to seeing you there!


  • Wednesday, January 29

    • Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center - The Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center is presenting "Klezmer Buenos Aires," Wednesday January 29th at 7:30PM at the David and Dorothea Garfield Theatre. Direct from Argentina, this brilliant duo presents a stellar blend of klezmer, Argentinian folk music, tango and jazz improvisation. Tickets can be purchased here.

    • Jazz - 7:30 PM - Burnett's Bliss — Cafe La Maze DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Thursday, January 30

    • Blues - 6:00 PM - Robin Henkel — Nate's Garden Grill  DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz - 8:00 PM - Blind Lady Ale House Jazz Series hosted by Robert Dove — Blind Lady Ale House DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Friday, January 31

    • Jazz - 5:30 PM - Adam Wolff Barry Farrar duo — 950 Lounge DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz - 6:00 PM - The Soto Six 2020 Residency: Tribute to Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Saturday, February 1

    • Jazz - 6:00 PM - Rolf Olsen Quartet featuring Kirk Danielson, John Ross and Chris Becker — Old California Coffee House DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz - 8:00 PM - Matt Hall Quintet Presents: “IN TANDEM: A Tribute to Bill Watrous & Danny Stiles” featuring Gary Rich, Ed Kornhauser, Antar Martin, and Fernando Gomez — Dizzy's DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Sunday, February 2

    • Legendary New York saxophonist, Harry Allen, Israeli-born pianist Ehud Asherie, bassist Rob Thorsen and drummer Jim Plank - The Sunday Sessions at the Handlery Hotel San Diego - Mark your calendars for every Sunday 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 Sunday from 4:30-6:30PM.

    • Camarada 2019-2020 Season - Jazz 88.3 has partnered again with Camarada for their 2019-2020 season! The season continues with Look of Love, February 2 (6:30PM) at the Museum of Photographic Arts in the heart of Balboa Park. Featuring Peter Sprague (guitar and arrangements) and Coral MacFarland Thuet (voice, guitars, flute, bass, drums) this concert includes a mix of some Brazilian classics, some Burt Bacharach compositions (dressed up with that cool Sergio Mendes flavor of pop and samba), plus Brasil 66’s unique sonic vision of The Beatles “Fool On the Hill.” It’ll be a wonderful evening looking to Brazil, a musical look of love. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here!   

  • Monday, February 3

    • Classical - 7:30 PM - Thalea String Quartet & Michelle Cann — Athenaeum Music & Arts Library DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Tuesday, February 4

    • Afro-Cuban Jazz - 9:30 PM - San Diego Latin Jazz Collective — Prohibition DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

    • Jazz - 7:30 PM - Jazz at the Athenaeum - Jeff Denson/Romain Pilon/Brian Blade (bass/guitar/drums) — Athenaeum Music & Arts Library DEETS>Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Future Events

    • Jazz Live- Christopher Hollyday and Telepathy Band - Jazz Live will welcome back Alto Saxophonist Christopher Hollyday and his Telepathy band to the Saville Theatre on Monday, February 10th at 8pm. His band will be stellar- Gilbert Castellanos on Trumpet, Joshua White on Piano, Rob Thorsen on Bass and Tyler Kreutel on Drums. This concert will be the album release of 'Dialogue' AND Christopher's 50th Birthday so it's not to be missed. The show is only for valid Jazz 88 members. Please contact the membership department at membership@jazz88.org if you want to become a member or check on your membership. To reserve your tickets please go to the Speakeasy or you can call 619-388-3301. The box office will open at 6pm and unclaimed tickets will be available beginning at 730pm. As always, thanks to Big Front Door Sandwich Shop, located in University Heights (Park Blvd.) for providing food for the Jazz Live artists. If you are going remember that good ole' parking pass!

    • Mission Bay Preservationists- JFG 2020 Concert Series - The Mission Bay Preservationists, from Mission Bay High School, are known as one of the finest traditional youth jazz bands in the country and have played prestigious gigs like Preservation Hall, WWOZ Radio, The Old U.S. Mint Performance Hall in New Orleans, The House of Blues and here at the KSDS, Jazz 88.3 studios. Beginning in February they are resuming their The Japanese Friendship Concert Series  which will take place at Balboa Park's Japanese Friendship Garden and is held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month February-April (1st and 3rd Thursday in May). All monies raised will go towards supporting the music progam at Mission Bay High School. Click here to support them!

    • Jazz @ the Jacobs, 2019-2020 - Jazz 88.3 has once again partnered with the San Diego Symphony for their highly-anticipated 2019-2020 Jazz @ the Jacobs concert series! The series continues with Fandango at the Wall: Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Lating Jazz Orchestra, Saturday, March 14th (8PM) at Copley Symphony Hall. Continuing the tradition of cross-cultural exploration pioneered by his famous bandleader father (the late “Chico” O’Farrill), modern Afro-Cuban jazz master Arturo O’Farrill is on a mission to strengthen the bridge of musical solidarity spanning across Cuba, the U.S. and his native Mexico. Come early for a pre-concert performance presented onstage at 7pm by students from the Young Lions Jazz Conservatory. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here!

    • Sunday Sessions at the Handlery Hotel San Diego - Mark your calendars for every Sunday 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 Sunday from 4:30-6:30PM. There's NO COVER CHARGE and parking is not only FREE, but it's bountiful! You can also enjoy a full bar in a warm listening environment while you're there! What better way to cap-off your weekend?! 


Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, January 29 through February 4

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

  • Wednesday, January 29

    • Jeanne Lee 01/29/1939 Vocalist New York, NY 2000

    • Ed Shaughnessy 01/29/1929 Drummer Jersey City, NJ 2013

    • Lionel Hampton and His Quartet recorded “Hamp’s Salty Blues,” and “Limehouse Blues” in New York City in 1946.

  • Thursday, January 30

    • "Little Jazz" Roy Eldridge 01/30/1911 Trumpeter Pittsburg, PA 1989

    • Ralph Lalama [Tenor Saxophone] 01/30/1951 Pittsburgh, PA

    • Miles Davis first records "Serpents Tooth" for Prestige records. It featured Charlie Parker in an unusual role on tenor sax, along with Sonny Rollins, Percy Heath, Walter Bishop, Jr., and Philly Joe Jones. The year was 1953.

  • Friday, January 31

    • Isham Jones 01/31/1894 Pianist Coalton, OH 1956

    • Benny Morton 01/31/1907 Trombonist New York, NY 1985

    • Anita O'Day makes her debut for Verve records in 1957 with "Anita Sings the Most".

  • Saturday, February 1

    • Joe Sample 02/01/1939 Keyboardist Houston, TX 2014

    • Sadao Watanabe 02/01/1933 Saxophonist Utsunomiya, Japan

    • Lev Shamilov [Engineer] [Programming] 02/01/1967 Baku, Azerbaijan

    • Frank Sinatra cuts his first record with the Dorsey band in 1940. It was "The Sky Fell Down" on Victor records.

  • Sunday, February 2

    • Sonny Stitt 02/02/1924 Tenor Saxophonist Boston,MA 1982

    • Stan Getz 02/02/1927 Tenor Saxophonist Philadelphia, PA 1991

    • Duke Ellington & his orchestra recorded "It Don't Mean a Thing" (If It Ain't Got That Swing) for Brunswick records in 1932 in New York.

  • Monday, February 3

    • Bob Stewart 02/03/1945 Tuba Sioux Falls, S.D.

    • Christopher Hollyday 02/03/1970 Alto Saxophonist New Haven, CT

    • Cannonball Adderley and John Coltrane record together for Emarcy Records in 1959.

  • Tuesday, February 4

    • John Stubblefield 02/04/1945 Saxophonist Little Rock, AK 2005

    • Jutta Hipp 02/04/1925 Pianist Leipzig, Germany 2003

    • Miles Davis began recording the classic "Milestones" for Columbia records in 1958.


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