Today's JAZZ playlist

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  1. BillyBatts

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    Been enjoying the hotel room in NYC today. About to get ready to go out for the evening.

    Currently one of @jgannon 's mentioned stations WKCR from Columbia University here in NY. My BlackBerry Passport has an FM Radio built in, so I'm actually doing FM Reception of NY Jazz Stations, just because I can. As you can imagine (if you've never listened to WKCR), they do it right. Not all Jazz, but a nice mix. Their Jazz is very good. After all, it's Columbia University.

    I've flipped between WKCR and WBGO all day today while enjoying the view here in NYC.
     

     

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  2. Ilikevinyl

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    George Shearing Quintet / Mood Latino
    1961 Capitol
     
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    Dave Brubeck Quartet / At Carnegie Hall
    1963 Columbia
     
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    Hey Billy, I was just thinking. See if Arturo's over on Houston St. is still there. I'm pretty sure they are. They have live music and coal oven pizza. They used to have some heavy hitters there once in a while, but more often it is some local musicians playing, who can often be good. At any rate, it's fun!
     

     

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    I wanted to get back to you on this, Bill. I wouldn't agree with you on food and drink prices. In the last 15 years, IMO they have gone up quite a bit! Obviously, it's going to vary from place to place. Maybe it's just the places I've been going!!
     
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    Gotta listen to this album again. Haven't listened to it in quite some time. Some amazing stuff on this. These two guys were giants among giants.
     
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    I'm really diggin' this new Trane, y'all otta go'n get yerself some. :D
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    Candido - Volcanic (ABC-Paramount)
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    Gerry Mulligan Quartet
    The Original Quartet With Chet Baker
    Recorded (Los Angeles) 1952-1953
    Compiled/released (Pacific Jazz CDx2) 1998

    Chet Baker (trumpet); Gerry Mulligan (baritone saxophone);
    Bob Whitlock, Carson Smith, Joe Mondragon or Red Mitchell (bass);
    Chico Hamilton or Larry Bunker (drums); Jimmy Rowles (piano)

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    McCoy Tyner
    Today And Tomorrow

    Recorded (Van Gelder Studio) 1963/1964
    Released (Impulse! LP) 1964
    Expanded/reissued (GRP/Impulse! CD) 1991

    McCoy Tyner (piano); Frank Strozier (alto saxophone);
    Thad Jones (trumpet); John Gilmore (tenor saxophone);
    Butch Warren, Jimmy Garrison (bass);
    Albert 'Tootie' Heath, Elvin Jones (drums)

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    Andy Bey - i've listened to him since i saw an old Youtube video> Now, this my second CD of his.

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    I also got to see him in the park in NYC 2 years back. I guess i'm just a lucky so and so
     
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    Encores

    They are not part of the ECM1100 vinyl edition.


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    The trumpet-playing uncle of brother pianists Marty and Teddy Napoleon.
     

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