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Saturday February 11th, 2017 with Regis and Jasmine
The February episode !

This is our only episode of the month, and so expect music linked to all things related to February, with a specific focus on Black History month, Mardi Gras and music of New Orleans, and Saint-Valentin.
When The Saints Go Marching In
Sweet Emma and her Preservation Hall Jazz band - New Orleans' Sweet Emma And Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band - Preservation Hall - (01964)
Who dat
Dejan`s Olympia Brass Band - Single release - Self released (01978)
You're driving me crazy
Professor Longhair - Crawfish Fiesta - Alligator Records (01980)
Baby Please
Clifton Chenier - New Orleans Rhythm & Blues - Chess records (01984)
That`s a pretty good love
Big Maybelle - Single release - Savoy Jazz (01956)
What you want
Lee Dorsey w The Meters - New Orleans Funk Vol. 3 - Soul Jazz records (02000)
Omar Khayyam
The Rubaiyats - New Orleans Funk Vol. 3 - Soul Jazz records (02000)
Vecchio - Africafunk - Return the the Original Sound of 1970`s Funky Africa - Harmless Recordings (01976)
Making History
Linton Kwesi Johnson - Making History - Island Records - (01984)
Just Because
The Last Poets - Douglas 3 - Les Disques Trans-World - (01971)
H2Ogate blues
Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Winter in America - Rumal-Gia Records - (01998)
La Capacidad (Kaleema Remix)
Lido Pimenta - unreleased mix available on Soundcloud - Independent (02016) Canadian
Yes indeed
The Shirley Scott trio - Soul searchin' - Prestige records (01960)
Missile Blues
The Wes Montgomery Trio - A new dynamic sound - Riverside records (01959)
Place saint-henri
The Oscar Peterson trio - Canadiana suite - Limelight records (01964) Canadian
I love you
Lenny Breau - The legendary Lenny! - Sound hole records (01979) Canadian
Blues for mama
Nina Simone - Nina Simone sings the Blues - RCA records (01964)
Well you needn't
Miles Davis - Friday and Saturday nights, Miles Davis, in person at the blackhawk, San Francisco - Columbia (01961)
Midnight at Yoshi's
Pharoah Sanders - A prayer before dawn - Theresa records (01987)
I want to see you
Alice Coltrane - A monastic trio - Impulse records (01968)
Interactive CKCU
Less talk, more music. Please.

8:28 PM, February 11th, 2017
Regis Loreau (host)
We are informing the audience ! But point well taken.

8:29 PM, February 11th, 2017
Dave Aardvark (host)
talk AND music please! sounding good guys

8:34 PM, February 11th, 2017
tuned in, sweet songs! Really enjoy hearing the historical information about the music you two are playing :) great job Jasmine & RĂ©gis <3

8:34 PM, February 11th, 2017
Regis Loreau (host)
Thanks ! It's a fine balancing act.

8:35 PM, February 11th, 2017
enjoying the jazz and funk jams & the stories

9:19 PM, February 11th, 2017
Regis Loreau (host)
Thanks !

9:22 PM, February 11th, 2017
Thanks everyone for listening! The article I referenced for much of the musical history of New Orleans was `Strictly Second Line: Funk, Jazz, and the New Orleans Beat` by Benjamin Doleac as published in Ethnomusicology Review Volume 18 in 2013

10:53 PM, February 11th, 2017