88.3 KCCK Cedar Rapids

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CURRENT PLAYLIST

The KCCK Morning Show (Music)

Tue Sep 26th 2017 6.00am–10.00am

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Time zone: central

7:57am

Nicholas Payton “The Peanut Vendor”
from Dear Louis (Verve 2001) —Nicholas turns 44-years-old today

7:45am

Marcus Monteiro Quartet “Easier Said Than Done”
from Another Part of Me (Whaling City Sound 2017)

7:42am

Matt Wilson “We Must Be Polite”
from Matt Wilson's Honey and Salt (Palmetto) N

7:36am

Pat Metheny “Watercolors” (ECM 1977)

7:25am

The Dan Knight Duo “C Jam Blues”
from Live At Riverside Theatre (After Hours Recordings 1999) —noting Mr. Knight's 64th birthday today

7:18am

Adrian Cunningham “Appalachia”
from Jazz Speak (Arbors Jazz 2017) N

7:14am

Shirley Horn “Makin' Whoopie”
from Light Out of Darkness - A Tribute to Ray Charles (Verve Records 1993) —noting the 77th birthday today of saxophonist Gary Bartz

7:07am

The Red Garland Trio “'S Wonderful”
from Manteca (Prestige 1958) —composer George Gershwin was born on this date in 1898, living to the age of 38

7:00am

Jason Miles “Love Code”
from Miles to Miles (Narada 2005) —trumpeter Nicholas Payton turns 44-years-old today

6:45am

Brian McCarthy Nonet “Weeping, Sad and Lonely”
from The Better Angels of Our Nature (Truth Revolution Records 2017) —KCCK's Featured CD for September

6:43am

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong “What Do You Want Wid Bess?”
from Porgy & Bess (Verve 1957) —composer George Gershwin was born on this date in 1898, living to the age of 38.

6:38am

McCoy Tyner “Soulstice”
from Illuminations (Telarc 2004) —saxophonist/composer Gary Bartz turns 77-years-old today

6:25am

Heads of State “Uncle Bubba”
from Search for Peace (Smoke Sessions 2015) —saxophonist/composer Gary Bartz turns 77-years-old today

6:15am

Steve Smith & Vital Information NYC Edition “Bugalulu (feat. Andy Fusco)”
from Heart of the City (BFM) N

6:04am

The Crusaders “Put It Where You Want It”
from Crusaders 1 (GRP Records 1972)


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