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Nov 13, 2020 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
two hours of new jazz releases, one hour of four musical giants who recently passed: Len Barry, Spencer Davis, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Candido
Ben Goldberg & Kenny Wollesen First Message
Music for an Avant Garde Massage Parlor 2020
Roland Kirk Quartet & Rahsaan Roland Kirk Quartet Serenade to a Cuckoo
I Talk with the Spirits Verve 1998
Ian Hendrickson-Smith The Lowdown
The Lowdown Cellar Live 2020
Ishmael Ensemble Search For Peace
Blue Note Re:imagined Blue Note Records 2020
Poppy Ajudha Watermelon Man (Under The Sun)
Blue Note Re:imagined Decca (UMO) 2020
John Hollenbeck How Deep Is Your Love? (feat. Kate McGarry, Theo Bleckmann & Steffen Weber)
Songs You Like a Lot Flexatonic Records 2020
Nicholas Brust Something Like a Storm (feat. Ben Eunson, Jay Sawyer, Josh Allen & Tuomo Uusitalo)
Frozen in Time (feat. Ben Eunson, Jay Sawyer, Josh Allen & Tuomo Uusitalo) Fresh Sound New Talent 2020
Jeff Cosgrove, John Medeski & Jeff Lederer Little Bird
History Gets Ahead of the Story Grizzley Music 2020
Joel Ross Dream
Who Are You? Blue Note Records 2020
Lionel Loueke Hang Up Your Hang Ups
HH Edition Records 2020
Avishai Cohen & Big Vicious Hidden Chamber
Big Vicious ECM Records 2020
Papo Vazquez & His Mighty Pirates Troubadors Shadows
Chapter 10: Breaking Cover Picaro 2020
Peter Bernstein We'll Be Togther Again
What Comes Next Smoke Sessions 2020
The Royal Bopsters On a Misty Night / Gipsy (feat. Amy London & Christian McBride)
Party of Four Motema Music, LLC 2020
Tadd Dameron with John Coltrane On A Misty Night
Mating Call Prestige 1957
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Take Five
Time Outtakes 2020
Sun Ra Arkestra Satellites Are Spinning / Lights on a Satellite
Swirling Strut 2020
François Houle 4 Big Time Felter
Recoder Songlines 2020
The Nels Cline Singers Segunda
Share The Wealth Blue Note Records 2020
The Dovells Bristol Stomp
Bristol Stomp - Single Stars and Stripes 2014
The Dovells You Can't Sit Down
Cameo Parkway: The Best of the Dovells, 1961-1965 ABKCO Music and Records, Inc. 2005
Len Barry 1-2-3
Len Barry's Greatest Hits - the Original Masters That Philly Sound 2008
The Spencer Davis Group Keep On Running
Introducing... The Spencer Davis Group - EP UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 2008
The Spencer Davis Group Gimme Some Lovin'
The Best of the Spencer Davis Group Capitol Records 1989
The Spencer Davis Group I'm a Man
The Best of the Spencer Davis Group Capitol Records 1989
Circus Maximus Wind
Circus Maximus Vanguard
Jerry Jeff Walker Mr. Bojangles ( LP Version )
Mr. Bojangles Rhino Atlantic 2005
Jerry Jeff Walker Desperados Waiting for the Train
Viva Terlingua (Live) Geffen* 1973
Candido Conga Blues
The Master (Binaural+) Chesky Records 2014
Wes Montgomery Bumpin'
Bumpin' (Expanded Edition) Verve Reissues 1965
Chat is archived.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 12:00:22 PM
Hello everybody and welcome to Serenade to a cuckoo
Christine Duffy 12:11:44 PM
Hi, DJ J.G.! Thank you for giving us the lowdown
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 12:12:04 PM
Christine Duffy 12:32:41 PM
Wow, I never heard a jazz rendition of How Deep is Your Love before!
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 12:34:37 PM
Christine, this artist (and the vocalists) are so great, I can't express how much I enjo their music.
Christine Duffy 12:39:42 PM
Thanks for playing the John Hollenback group. Another one to add to my list. 📝
Christine Duffy 2:05:10 PM
That track by The Nels Cline Singers was just staggering. Need to hear more from that album!
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:21:42 PM
I agree, Christine, it's epic
Bud Burroughs 2:22:36 PM
Is this an alternate mix of Gimme Some Lovin'? Sounds a little different from what I'm used to.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:22:35 PM
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:23:51 PM
Good ear. It was re-channeled stereo. I used it because the orignal was very muddled.
Bud Burroughs 2:25:17 PM
Ah, makes sense. You're right - I remember it sounding a lot duller. Some things stood out more than I'm used to as well.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:25:56 PM
I hear you! but it makes for better radio.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:26:21 PM
Bud Burroughs 2:28:15 PM
For sure. Some 60s pop & rock tracks sound a little "dated." It's remarkable how fantastic many of the jazz recordings from that era sound, though.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:30:16 PM
Interesting and true when I think about it!
Bud Burroughs 2:45:24 PM
Not sure what just brought back this memory a few days ago: as a teen in the early 80s working summers with my carpenter father, I spent a few days working on an apartment on 2nd street. I took a walk around the block at lunchtime and found your store! I spent every lunch hour there that week, spending every dollar I earned.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 2:50:04 PM
Thank you! I miss that place and time.
Bud Burroughs 2:52:29 PM
I think it was shortly after that that you moved, correct? I spent many happy hours in both locations over the years.
Alison Totten 2:57:43 PM
Thanks Jerry for playing WIND!! I can still sing along and haven't hear it in a million years. Man, I'm old
Alison Totten 2:58:20 PM
Great tribute to Jerry Jeff Walkertnx!
Christine Duffy 2:59:19 PM
This track is bumpin'
Christine Duffy 2:59:59 PM
The entire show is bumpin'! Thanks, DJ Jerry
Alison Totten 3:00:19 PM
Going to listen to some SpiroGyra now :D
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 3:00:58 PM
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 3:01:45 PM
Allison, alot of people have told me the same thing today. It's a badge of honor that you remember it.
Serenade to a Cuckoo w/Jerry Gordon (host) 3:02:05 PM
Christine, thank you.