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Straight Ahead Jazz with Jazz Calendar at 9 PM

Sun Nov 18th 2018 7.00pm–10.00pm

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Time zone: pacific

8:53pm

JOE HENDERSON “Serenity”
from A evening with Joe Henderson (Red records) —Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone Charlie Haden – bass Al Foster – drums

8:40pm

Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau “My Love and I (Live at Enjoy Jazz Festival, Christuskirche, Mannheim, 11/5/2007)”
from Long Ago and Far Away (Live) (Impulse!)

8:25pm

Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau “What'll I Do (Live At Enjoy Jazz Festival, Christuskirche, Mannheim / Nov. 5, 2007)”
from Long Ago and Far Away (Live) (Impulse!)

8:10pm

Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau “Long Ago and Far Away (Live At Enjoy Jazz Festival, Christuskirche, Mannheim / Nov. 5, 2007)”
from Long Ago and Far Away (Live) (Impulse!) —Charlie Haden, Bass; Brad meldau, piano

7:35pm

Dianne Reeves “Wild Rose (feat. Esperanza Spalding)”
from Beautiful Life (Universal Music Group International) —Drums – Terri Lyne Carrington; Esperanza Spalding-bass background vocals; Camille Thurman-flute; Leandro Pellegrino-guitar; Bobby Sparks Keyboards-keyboards . Munyungo Jackson, sheila e-percussion; Ingrid jenson-trumpet

7:32pm

Nando Michelin Trio “Endangered species”
from Duende (Fresh Sound Records)

7:29pm

Nando Michelin Trio “I Adore You”
from Duende (Fresh Sound Records)

7:26pm

Nando Michelin Trio “Mela”
from Duende (Fresh Sound Records) —Bass, Vocals – Esperanza Spalding; Drums, Percussion – Richie Barshay; Nando Michelin-piano

7:23pm

Esperanza Espalding “the peacocks”
from Junjo (CONNECTOR RECORDS 2010)

7:20pm

Esperanza Spalding “Two Bad”
from Junjo (AYVA MUSIC)

7:10pm

Esperanza Espalding “Mompouana”
from Junjo (CONNECTOR RECORDS 2010) —Esperanza Spalding - double bass, vocals Aruán Ortiz - piano Francisco Mela - drums

7:00pm

Charles Mingus “Pithecanthropus Erectus”
from pithecanthropus erectus Other Single (Atlantic Jazz) —Charles Mingus, bass; Jackie McLean, alto; J.R. Monterose, tenor; Mal Waldron, piano; Willie Jones, drums.


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