This show was 1st in the global community radio chart, 1st in the global blues chart, 3rd in the global radioshow chart, 15th in the global downtempo chart and 17th in the global jazz chart.
After some grooves from trumpeter Brian Lynch and grease from Lou Donaldson, we go to various destinations with Kenny Barron and Art Farmer; an exploration of Tin Roof Blues from Ray Bryant followed by the 1923 original recording; and hence to the vault with Pops and the Port of Harlem Jazzmen; recent recordings from Catherine Russell [ladies, pay attention:) ], Nathan Haines (thanks DJ2tee!), and Brian Charette; and 2 Trane Prestige classics. In our last segment, we get all snuggly with Clifford Brown, Charles Lloyd, a bona fide classic version of Never Let Me Go from Thomas Chapin on the flute, and the MJQ. Next week: BN 50th anniversary celebrations of July 1964 recordings and more of the Jazz Times top 50 classic tenor recordings.