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In A Mellow Tone
Wednesday April 22nd, 2015 with Ron Steeds
Jazz and Blues recorded April 22 between 1927 to 2001.

Listen to the history of jazz in two hours. We travel sonically from 1927 to 2001 this week. Enjoy the journey.
We begin with the 1920's and 1930's...
Wild Man Blues
Johnny Dodds Black Bottom Stompers - Encyclopedia of Jazz Vol.1 - MCA
Willie the Weeper
King Oliver & His Dixie Syncopators - Omer Simeon 1926-1929 - Jazz Archives
Bix Beiderbecke - The Bix Beiderbecke Story - Proper
Honey, You're So Good to Me
Lil Johnson - Them Dirty Blues - Stash
Welcome to the 1940's...
Jumpin' in the Pump Room
John Kirby - Rehearsin' For a Nervous Breakdown - Past Perfect
A Pixie From Dixie
Fletcher Henderson - A Night at the Savoy - Tax
Mountain Air
Charlie Shavers - Complete Keynote Recordings - Keynote
Miles Davis - Birth of the Cool - Capitol
Here come the 1950's...
Stars Fell On Alabama
Art Tatum - Pablo Masterpieces - Pablo
Too Close For Comfort
Curtis Counce - You Get Mopre Bounce With Curtis Counce - Contemporary
Flamenco Sketches
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue - Columbia
Georgia On My Mind
Dave Brubeck - Time Signatures - Columbia
On to the 1960's...
So What
Miles Davis - At The Blackhawk - Columbia
Red Cross Store Blues
Mississippi Fred McDowell - Mississippi Fred McDowell - Rounder
And Don't You Forget It
Hubert Laws - The Laws of Jazz - Atlantic
We skip over to the 1980's...
Odwalla / The Theme
Art Ensemble of Chicago - Complete Live In Japan - DIW
Loss of a Moment
John Stubblefield - Bushman Song - Enja
And now for the 1990's
Lay Lady lay
Either/Orchestra - The Brunt - Accurate
Junko Onishi - Cruisin' - Blue Note
Just Squeeze Me
Anderson/Bennink/Doran - Azurity - Hat Art
We end the show in the 2000's...
Rainbow Tears
Marilyn Mazur - All The Birds - Skandinavisk Tobakompagni
Interactive CKCU
Ron Steeds (host)
Enjoy the show!

1:01 PM, April 22nd, 2015
A Jazz Lover
Lots of trumpets this week! Satchmo, Shavers, Miles, King Oliver, Jack Sheldon, and Lester Bowie. Thanks!

1:38 PM, April 23rd, 2015