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Saturday Morning Jazz (Music)

With Ward Grant

Sat Feb 24th 2018 8.00am–12.00pm

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Time zone: central

2:32pm

Ray Charles “That's Enough”
from The Best of Ray Charles: The Atlantic Years Single (Rhino/Atlantic 1994) —Rec.5/28/57 Newman on tenor.

2:27pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Batista's Groove”
from Straight Ahead (Atlantic 1961) —Fathead on tenor, Wynton Kelly - piano, Paul Chambers - bass, and Charlie Persip -drums.

2:16pm

Ray Charles “Ain't That Love”
from The Best of Ray Charles: The Atlantic Years Single (Rhino/Atlantic 1994) —Rec.11/27/56 backed by the vocal group, The Cookies

2:11pm

David "Fathead" Newman “My Full House”
from Diamondhead (HighNote 2008) —Rec.10/23/07

2:07pm

Don Patterson Trio “Mellow Soul” (Prestige 1967) —Rec.in 1967 Patterson - organ, Fathead Newman - tenor, and Billy James - drums.

1:55pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Everything Must Change”
from Resurgence! (Muse 1981) —Rec.9/23/80

1:45pm

Ray Charles “Frenesi”
from Live (Atlantic 1959) —Recorded live in Atlanta's Herndon Stadium, 5/28/59.

1:39pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Take the Coltrane”
from Chillin' (HighNote 1999) —Rec. 12/16/98

1:32pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Blue New”
from House of David (Atlantic 1967) —Rec.1966 (a quartet)

1:27pm

Brother Jack McDuff & David "Fathead" Newman “Duffin' 'Round”
from Double Barrelled Soul (Atlantic 1968) —Recorded in 1967 Newman on flute

1:14pm

Ray Charles “"The Ray" and "Doodlin"”
from The Great Ray Charles (Atlantic 1957) —The Ray recorded 11/20/56, Doodlin' recorded 11/26/56

12:56pm

David "Fathead" Newman and the Tilden Webb Trio “The Cookie”
from Cellar Groove (Cellar Live 2005) —Rec. 12/11,12/2004

12:45pm

David "Fathead" Newman “The Blessing” (HighNote Records 2009) —12/12/08

12:43pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Weird Beard”
from Ray Charles Presents David "Fathead" Newman (Atlantic 1958) —recorded in 1958.

12:31pm

Ray Charles “Ain't Misbehavin'”
from The Genius After Hours (Atlantic 1961) —1961 Newman on tenor

12:23pm

Ray Charles “Swanee River Rock”
from The Best of Ray Charles: The Atlantic Years Single (Rhino/Atlantic 1994) —Rec. 5/26/57

12:15pm

Charles Kynard “Blue Farouq”
from The Soul Brotherhood (Prestige 2001) —3/10/69 Newman on tenor, a piece written by Blue Mitchell

12:12pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Please Send Me Someone To Love”
from Still Hard Times (Muse 1982) —4/14/82 Newman on flute.

12:04pm

David "Fathead" Newman “Fast Lane”
from Song for the New Man (HighNote 2004) —10/15/03 This begins the 2/24/18 edition of THE JAZZ CORNER OF THE WORLD with Craig Kessler. This week, the Artistry of DAVID 'FATHEAD NEWMAN"

11:51am

The Time “It's Your World”
from Pandemonium (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1990)

11:44am

Black Eye Peas “They Don't Want Music (ft James Brown)”
from Monkey Business (A&M 2005)

11:40am

Funkadelic “Lunchmeatphobia ('think! It Ain't Illegal Yet')”
from One Nation Under a Groove (Warner Bros 1978)

11:34am

Prince “Acknowledge Me”
from Crystal Ball (NPG 1998)

11:25am

Commodores “Zoom”
from Commodores (Motown 1977)

11:22am

Recloose “Daydream (feat. Rachel Fraser & Jonathan Crayford)”
from Perfect Timing (Sonar Kollektiv 2008)

11:16am

Stevie Wonder “Each Other's Throat”
from Music from the Movie "Jungle Fever" (Universal/Motown 1977)

11:12am

Jesse Johnson “Slave 2 R Freedom”
from Verbal Penetration, Vol. 1 & 2 (Bellavenix 2009)

11:55am

Common “Black America Again (feat. Stevie Wonder)”
from Black America Again (Def Jam 2016)

10:48am

Les Nubians “Nü Queens Intro”
from Nü Revolution (Shanachie 2011)

10:44am

Al Green “Take Me to the River”
from Al Green Explores Your Mind (The Right Stuff 1974)

10:41am

THE STAPLES “Chica Boom”
from Unlock Your Mind (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1978) —(The Staple Singers)

10:38am

The Impressions “We're a Winner” (Geffen 1968)

10:33am

CURTIS MAYFIELD “Freddie's Dead”
from Superfly (O.S.T.) (CURTOM 1972)

10:30am

Carl Burnett “lift every voice and sing”
from Life Before Midi (Carl Burnett 2003)

10:27am

Robert Palmer “Every Kinda People”
from Double Fun (Island 1978)

10:18am

Andre Espeut Quintet “The Message”
from The Message - Single (Imagenes 2017)

10:12am

Woody Shaw “Sun Bath”
from Last of the Line (32 Jazz 1997)

10:08am

Muddy Magnolias “Brother, What Happened?”
from Broken People (Third Generation Records, LLC 2016)

10:03am

Lauryn Hill “Forgive Them Father”
from The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (Columbia/Ruffhouse 1998)

9:54am

The Crusaders “Get on the Soul Ship (It's Sailing)”
from Southern Comfort (MCA 1974)

9:50am

Jill Scott “Jahraymecofasola”
from Woman (Atlantic 2015)

9:44am

Black Dub “Surely”
from Black Dub (Jive 2010)

9:42am

Vera Hall “Death, Have Mercy”
from Sounds of the South (Atlantic 1993)

9:38am

Rhiannon Giddens “At the Purchaser's Option”
from Freedom Highway (Nonesuch 2017)

9:32am

Bruno Marinucci Trio, Bill Evans & Randy Brecker “Nal Tarahara (Version 1)”
from Nal Tarahara (Videoradio 2009)

9:16am

CURTIS MAYFIELD “New World Order” (Warner Bros 1996)

9:08am

Take 6 “What's Going On (ft Brian McKnight)”
from The Standard (Heads Up International 2008)

9:04am

Tia Fuller “Life Brings (Bonus Track)”
from Decisive Steps (Mack Avenue Records 2010)

9:03am

Gwendolyn Brooks “Song of the Front Yard”
from Anthology of Negro Poetry (Folkways Records 1954) —Ms. Brooks was the first Black American to win a Pulitzer (1950) for her collection "Annie Allen" [publ. Harper & Brothers - 1949]

8:53am

Roberta Flack “Tryin' Times”
from First Take (Atlantic Records 1975)

8:49am

Roy Campbell Pyramid Trio “Ethnic Stew and Brew” (Delmark 2001)

8:35am

Mahalia Jackson “Summertime / Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child”
from Bless This House (Columbia/Legacy 1956)

8:22am

The Crusaders “Sing the Song (ft Donnie McClurkin)”
from Rural Renewal (PRA Records 2003)

8:17am

Les McCann “The Morning Song”
from Another Beginning (Rhino Atlantic 1974)

8:10am

Geri Allen “Melchezedik”
from Timeless Portraits and Dreams (Telarc 2006)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.