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29 November 2009

Thanksgiving

This is my post Thanksgiving show. We'll run through a set that is inspired by my favorite holiday. Food, Family and giving thanks for the all of the wonderful things in our life, and jazz music is one of those for sure. Also in this podcast is a surprising enchanted vocal arrangement of Spain by Manhattan Transfer from a new release entitled the Chick Corea Songbook.
Featured Album

The Chick Corea Songbook on Amazon.com

Playlist
Track * Artist * Album
Double Jeaopardy * Joshua Redman Electric Band * Momentum Joshua Redman Elastic Band - Momentum
Stuffy Turkey * Arthur Blyth * Focus on amazon.com
Home Bass * Rob Duguay * Pulo-Du-Guay-To
Big Fat Hen * Wynton Marsalis * the magic hour Wynton Marsalis - Magic Hour
Soul Food * Cyrus Chestnut * Soul Food Cyrus Chestnut - Soul Food
Give Thanks * Jimmy Greene * Mission Statement Jimmy Greene - Mission Statement
Prayer #2 (Thanksgiving) * Miguel Zenon * Looking Forward Miguel Zenón - Looking Forward
Family Extension * Albert Rivera * Re-Introduction Albert Rivera - Re-Introduction
Alkalinity * Curtis Brothers * Blood * Spirit * Land * Water * Freedom Curtis Brothers Quartet - Blood ? Spirit ? Land ? Water ? Freedom
If I Were a Bell * Dana Lauren * Stairway to the Stars Dana Lauren - Stairway to the Stars, Featuring Arturo Sandoval
Prelude * Manhattan Transfer * Chick Corea Songbook The Manhattan Transfer - The Chick Corea Songbook
Spain * Manhattan Transfer * Chick Corea Songbook The Manhattan Transfer - The Chick Corea Songbook
Maya's Waltz * Wayne Escoffery * Uptown Wayne Escoffery - Uptown
** End of Podcast **
Yasashiku (Gently) * Eric Alexander * Rivival of the Fittest
Hidden Fondness * David Berkman Quartet * Live at Smoke
The Black Hole, The Lasso & Loophole * New York Electric Piano * King Mystery
The Wheel * Chris Potter * Underground
Grab 'Hole the Dish * Charles Earland * Funk Fantastique

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Thanksgiving
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1 Comments:

At 2:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That version of If I Were A Bell is heavily based on Miles Davis's version on Relaxin' (1956).

 

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