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Description of show # 1705 released 10-11-18
With a lovely lilt pianist Jimmy Rowles features Michael Hashim, then we experience a new pianist from Detroit Xavier Davis with Regina Carter and a rhythm reminiscent of an Elvin-Jones-McCoy-Tyner-like medium-tempo. Memories are refreshed on why Ernestine Anderson has had a couple come-backs over her career. California Salsa is played by the Hispanic Music Association, followed by the obscure Keith Saxton and Kevin Holevar. We review two piano concerts attended recently in this episode, one by Cyrus Chestnut and his all-star rhythm of Buster Williams and Lenny White. Bassist Christian McBride has a new album and group “Jawn,” and we delve further into Cuban shades with Juan DeMarcos’ Afro Cuban All Stars. In the second hour hear the truly international Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band, then other records we enjoyed playing on the air thru the years: Supersax, MJQ, Prez Conference and an early digital CD release from Andre Previn with Joe Pass and Ray Brown, lest we take them for granted. More from the first-time release of Coltrane 1963 tapes, and then our second piano concert review of Harold Lopez-Nussa and his drumming brother. Bebop guitar is played by Ron Afiff, then we’re out with the blues by way of Robben Ford’s Blue Line and the groove of the great John Lee Hooker. Once, twice, three times a Hacksaw.
Description of show # 1704 released 10-04-18
It’s important to remember the chamber sound the Modern Jazz Quartet, MJQ, brought us. Then three new releases in a row, pianist Aaron Goldberg reunites with drummer Leon Parker, the debut album of trumpeter Brad Goode who welcomes veteran saxophonist Ernie Watts, and 22-year-old pianist Connie Han working trio with her mentor Bill Wysaske on drums. For Hacksaw after hours we call on organist Richard Groove Holmes, then a couple bossa-inspired pieces by vocalists: The desert southwest’s Bob McCarroll goes first followed by an early work by the now-famous Kurt Elling. To wrap hour # 1, Chet Baker sings and blows trumpet in Carnegie Hall in a reunion concert of high-level players of the 1970s. For our next section singer/songwriter/pianist Judith Owen has a new release “RedisCOVERed” and we have selected Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” (remember Brittany Cherry does a Hacksaw dance on YouTube). That is followed by the latest from drummer/composer Ernesto Cervini and his band Turboprop, then a couple actual CDs that were submitted to us for review and to share with you, see if you agree with our feedback: Rit Johnson and Dean Haitani, from Florida and Australia respectively. The slide guitar was so inspiring we had to revisit another Australian of same talent, Dave Hole. Roots duo Joe Filisko & Eric Noden return to our show for the second week since their CD got a favorable review. For our Latin entry we go into 6/8 time with Mario Bauza, one more blues with Bob Corritore and Bill Howlin’ Mad Perry, and finally the wonderful “Brownie,” Clifford Brown, taped from his final gig in 1956. With freedom thru discipline we extract wounds for the ears and the soul, if you’re in sync it’s Hacksaw Jazz.
Description of show # 1703 released 09-27-18
Two of the very top names are topics this episode, Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, together and apart. From the spiritual to the mellow comes Rob Dixon with Charlie Hunter and a most smokin’ duo in Wes Montgomery and Wynton Kelly. For the best in lady voices we feature Christine Hit (who spent time in St. Louis before WA State, worked with the pianist Geoffrey Keezer…and bringing great arrangements and soloists to her new record) followed by Rosa Pasos. Another birthday celebration has happened for BB King, a Latin interlude is provided by Puerto Rican trombonist/bandleader Jimmy Bosch. The opposite of velvet voices belong to Little Victor and Eli Cook respectively. BTW Full Moon Hacksaw and Crash Music Tucson presents Eli Cook backed by Pat Roberts and the Heymakers at the Rhythm Room in Phoenix, Thursday October 12, the event is on Facebook. Hour two marks the return of Paul Hucklebuck Williams and his baritonic sax pressure, the Boogie Disease as Billy Hancock sings it. Danish saxophonist Karl Denson welcomes American drummer Jack DeJohnette, and B3 grooves are provided by yesterday’s Leon Spencer. We call her BetCar, and she torches about spring in the autumn. The hoodoo that she do and we do come from three sources: The Kings, Casters and Tones, say what? Two new releases come from roots duo Joe Filisko & Eric Noden followed by RC and the Moonpie Band. Consensus is the boogaloo was assassinated : Born in Spanish Harlem in the mid ‘60s, one of its practitioners was the forgotten Joey Pastrana. With classic recordings being repeatedly played and re-released in the newest digital formats, there will always be work to do for Hacksaw Jazz.
Description of show # 1432 07-10-14 revised-updated released 09-20-18
Revisiting old digital, vinyl, even one cassette, we mix with a healthy flow of constantly arriving new releases. Let’s build a foundation of the basics: Latin with Chico O’Farrill and Tito Rodriguez, Brazilian whether written by Louis Bonfa or sung by Elis Regina, folk & funk from Phoebe Snow and Horace Silver. Piano & organ (kinky keys?) from Kenny Barron, Bud Powell, Armand Boatman, Professor Longhair, and drummer Dave Cook. Vocalists and vibes like Nnenna Freelon Steve Hobbs, Nancy Harms. Brass and sax by Ken Peplowski, Fred Forney, Eric Alexander. And our blues from Sonny Boy and RC and the Moonpie Band. Add to that a couple pop voices of past decades, one of whom has survived to impressive continued creativity, Paul Simon. Newcomer Christine Hit has lived in St. Louis and Washington State, worked with Geoffrey Keezer, singing Charlie Parker to a great arrangement & alto saxophonist. Jazz broadcast history. Disguised as entertainment. Hacksaw Jazz.
Description of show # 1702 released 09-13-18
Count Basie arranged by Sammy Nestico is the first classic, plus an encore of Denver band Conjunto Colores. We feature nine new releases this week, our compilation re-release of the week comes from Kokomojo of Germany, 1959’s Marty Lewis-Satisfied with my Lovin’. Two artists on tour are Harold Lopez-Nussa and Kandace Springs. Then there are The Cookers: Eddie Henderson and David Weiss trumpets, Donald Harrison and Billy Harper on saxes, Geo Cables piano & Billy Hart drums, all star cast! Chet Baker’s last great concert is featured, and the concluding classic is from JJ Johnson, as we all need daily trombones in our lives. Salsa & blues, yes, but Hacksaw jazz is always the I-beam.
Description of show # 1701 released 09-06-18
We celebrate another birthday August 29th for the late Charlie Parker, the Bird, in a Latin bag with the mighty Machito Orchestra of the late ‘40s, Okidoke! Parker is also heard with Dizzy Gillespie later in the show. Next heard Lucky Thompson, a saxophonist from a similar era. Then it’s the blues with Long John Hunter, a couple guys with vision a plenty being Rahsaan Roland Kirk and Al Hibbler. Karrin Allyson sings and plays from her new release, welcoming Regina Carter on the fiddle. Scott Grunow’s Jazz Orchestra celebrates music by Mulgrew Miller, and we dip into the archives for a west coast live date from pianist Pete Jolly. We spin a record off a new CD submitted by RC and the Moonpie Band, San Diego pianist/composer Danny Green’s trio plus strings make an appearance. Herbie Hancock and Kathleen Battle interpret Gershwin, then our second hour with Richie Kamuka playing tenor sax. Latin sounds continue from Colorado’s Conjunto Colores. 2018 has been a year fans have once again hailed John Coltrane due to a couple first-time releases, let’s hear samples from each. First Miles Davis with Coltrane in 1960, the first-time release of “The Final Tour” was recorded in Europe. We hear “So What” serving as as a sort-of rough draft for the saxophonists later piece called “Impressions.” If you like stretched-out soloing, this track is for you. Miles in his book claims he gave Trane a soprano at the end of this final tour, so we go to another first time 2018 release involving Trane playing that smaller horn. Vocal and blues mode brings us Miss Lily Moe, the Reba Russell Band, and Little Willie Littlefield in good voice, groove, recording balance, & of course great sax. Veteran trumpeter Tom Harrell takes us out. See graphics of our album covers, Full Moon Hacksaw on Facebook.
We respond to a request for a show of B-3s, in response to a military buildup. As in Hammond B3 Organ. Five of them this show, if only cursory in parts: Brother Jack McDuff, Jimmy McGriff #JimmyMcGriff, Shirley Scott #ShirleyScott, Jimmy Smith #jimmysmith and Richard Groove Holmes #richardgrooveholmes. It’s the groove grease between new blues from Shy Perry http://www.sharoperry.com, the Mingus Dynasty @Mingus, and our Latin sounds paying tribute to Tito Puente and Machito @titopuentejr. Magic Sam plays again #MagicSam, we hear a new release from Lucia Johnson #LuciaJohnson, then a display of drummer Kenny Clarke’s ride cymbal for the first of two from Miles @milesdavis and Horace Silver, together and apart. Vibraphonist Milt Jackson #MiltJackson joins Clayton/Hamilton for a ballad. For our second hour bassist Dave Holland leads his big band @TheDaveHolland, a little bit busy and a little Brazilian comes new music from Yellowjackets feat. Luciana Souza. Funky and from post-bop comes Horace Silver as leader, we get another dose of Latin rhythms @PutumayoMusic, swamp bop with the Wicked Mojos then Miles and Trane take it out. Basic foundations for both jazz and radio are time and sound. Those we have, Hacksaw Jazz. #jazz #onair @JohnColtrane
Description of Show # 1699, released 08-23-18:
Harmonicist and guitarist Toots Thielemans is pretty well-known in music circles, but Danish legend Svend Asmussen joins him on fiddle for the spirit. Tito Puente’s small group plays Leiber & Stoller inspired by a George Benson lick. Hear twin guitars as John Pisano hosts Phil Upchurch, tenor saxophonist Greg Fishman @gregfishman gets 5 stars for rising to the occasion…under no obligation to cut new ground or look forward at the expense of being less than the masters, of whom he stands alongside most admirably. The old married couple Shirley Scott and Stanley Turrentine make seasoned and tender music together, and from 1939 these guys have hashtags: #petejohnson & #meadeluxlewis for the Boogie Woogie Prayer. Tribute is paid to Buddy Montgomery who died May 2009 with a track from the live Riverside Reunion Band. #jazz #onair for the first hour concludes with a dance-stepped Crazy legs and Hacksaws tutorial. Hour 2 starts with our favorite Serbian electric guitarist Ana Popovic who just happens to get filed in the blues section. Woody Herman’s Thundering Herd livens things up with a catchy melody and Joe Turner sings arguably the first rock & roll record (can you name others in the argument)? The late Bay Area pianist Smith Dobson hosts the trumpet Candoli brothers and Paul Oscher drifts with his blues. Argentine Jorge Dalto played piano on both the Tito Puente and George Benson version of On Broadway, here Dalto interprets Benny Golson. Gregory Generet @ggeneret provides both a new release and vocal track and another tribute is paid to the wonderful pianist Mulgrew Miller, interpreting an old Dinah Washington #. Time to refile my records, neckties & drums AND COFFEE for another session, Hacksaw Jazz.
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Description of Summer Break: Repeat of partial shows # 1458, 1459 first videos released 08-16-18
When some go back to school, we take a summer break. From the archives come these delightful sides from a couple Jan. 2015 repeat broadcast hours, which contain no new releases. Spotlights on Billy Strayhorn and Buddy Defranco. So who of the old school ended up with handles, and who are in need of hashtags? @MoseAllison #HerbPomeroy #BillyNovick @MilesDavis @MLisMusic #MattGuitarMurphy #LittleWalter @RealBHutcherson #terrygibbsvibes #latinjazz #AvashiCohen #billystrayhorn #marionmcpartland #jimmysmithorgan #budpowellpiano @HubertLaws #shortyrogersjazz #buddydefranco #buddyrich @_LionelHampton_ #wyntonkelly #lamberthendricksandross @DukeDayByDay #donaldbrownpiano #jazz #OnAir These hours are now also available on the Hacksaw Jazz YouTube channel and/or Facebook Live, direct from our summer break resort spots. Who’da thunk of that use of aged vintage. Time to retreat from my records, neckties and drums…BUT NOT COFFEE for another getaway, Hacksaw Jazz.
Description of Show # 1698, released 08-09-18:
40 years and holding, we’ve got OUR swingin' Machine working, Gil Evans personifies the east coast orchestra sound, and a new release from singer/pianist Karrin Allyson. The little-known Lonnie Shields shares his soul side of blues to more listeners and Thelonious Monk finds himself in San Francisco. The late Hilton Ruiz plays again, CBS sports broadcaster Nabate Isles blows trumpet on our broadcast followed by the greatest jazz hit according to many from saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. Charmin’ Carmen as in Lundy warbles from Florida, and Wycliffe Gordon slides the trombone from New Orleans. For our second hour the wonderful Dave Brubeck Quartet plays the downbeat, new guitarist Ron English hints at mild acid. For the Latin rhythms we hit South Beach for Cuco Valoy, and the unknown Chuck Owen welcomes the very-known Nat Adderley and Benny Golson to solo over big band. Nancy Osborn sings a familiar lyric “Our summer day slips away too soon,” say what? It’s still 45 days until cooler in the evenings! Our next new release comes from saxophonist Amanda Gardier. Necktie of the hour is cowboy all the way, complete with the agave plant, one chap’s lasso gets the calf, the other guy’s almost nabs a HACKSAW!
Description of Show # 1697, released 08-02-18:
A presence in the Present AND in the pines comes our outdoor broadcast this week for the coolest temperatures in Arizona summer. We’re in Pinedale both hrs stuck with one necktie sporting a treble clef. Locals say I’m obviously not from around here. Buddy Rich’s handsome physique leads his big band kids into wrenched nerves, notable new tenor saxist invites Charlie Hunter and adds guest trombone. Little Victor’s blues returns as does Elvin Bishop’s slide guitar. Peter and Will Anderson confuse us all as to who’s playing what woodwind, a first-time release from the great Erroll Garner from a 1964 Amsterdam midnight concert. Memphis’ George Coleman is in duo format with pianist Richie Beirach, and wizard key man Geoff Keezer plays again off a new album. Maria Muldaur and Amy Helm sing together, Allan Harris sings bebop in tribute to his vocalese influence. McCoy Tyner plays with no sax this time, drummer Shelly Manne is in a smoky club called Blackhawk, Arturo Sandoval plays with big band and Eddie Palmieri dazzles from the piano with his latest. For closers we call on alto saxophonist Bobby Watson, new vocalist Christine Hit and a hit from Earl Bostic. Jazz is the sense thru which we view the world after all the media news & comment is said & done, our music is Hacksaw Jazz commentary.
Description of Show # 1696, released 07-26-18:
The mighty Maria Muldaur, currently on-tour, starts the broadcast singing classic Mose Allison who himself is heard later on. The big talk everywhere is the John Coltrane “Lost Album” which was just released for the first time from 1963 where we play a track, then from his drummer Elvin Jones we segue to Elvin Bishop who tells it like it is: “Somethin’ smells FUNKY ‘round here!” (You gotta hear it for more blatant opinion). We make up for the absence of singers last broadcast with a boosted dose this week: Maura Shaftoe has a new one, Shy Perry is our “talent deserving wider recognition” entry, Shirley Crabbe is new yet seasoned, and Nellie McKay plays it straight with a true standard. Saxophones, may they live forever: Phil Woods, Plas Johnson, Houston Person, and the newest Greg Fishman. Buddy Rich and Duke Ellington keep our big-band category strong. We’ll break things up with Brass like JJ Johnson and Terell Stafford, and provide rhythmic variety like Latin Jazz with Poncho Sanchez and the new release from pianist Kenny Barron. Then there are guitars: Pat Martino, Jonathan Kreisberg and Nelson Veras. On the air swinging, shuffling & negotiating musical trends thru the years, Hacksaw Jazz.
Description of Show # 1695, released 07-19-18:
Unintentional was to neglect real vocalists on the program this time, however making up for lost time are big bands like Bob Florence, Jay McShann (featuring Charlie Parker) and Scott Gwinnell @postbopscott. Or a first-time release from the legendary Erroll Garner. re-releases obscure indeed from Larry Green featuring rhythm trombone, and Lafayette Thomas, known to some as a guitarist. Accomplished guitarist Jay Roberts also welcomes Joey DeFrancesco. We had a real-time request for flutist Hubert Lawes. Add to that our usual “salsa blues & bop,” (Pucho’s Latin Soul Brothers and Bobby Valentin) and the sum total contains grease from the chitlin circuit by Eddie Lockjaw Davis and Shirley Scott, slick ensemble work be it vibist Red Norvo or Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, mellow & dreamy entries from new Charles Lloyd @CharlesLloydSax with Bill Frissel and the great Bobby Hutcherson. Intimate interplay by guitarist Joe Pass and Neils Pederson, and a welcome a new release from BC’s Gordon Grdina @GordonGrdina. Little Victor is the only “singer” on this program, but he’d just ingested Armagnac acid with a bleach-back. The MJQ provides chamber blues. This entire episode is dedicated to the memory of affiliate WJSU GM Gina (GIN-uh) Carter-Simmers who just passed in late June. Find videos of our radio hours at Full Moon Hacksaw on Facebook @FHacksaw & search for Hacksaw Jazz on YouTube. (Hacksaw Housekeepers aren’t allowed in the studio, last time they vacuumed up a wire and we were off the air 16 years—we’ll tell the story some day).
Description of Show # 1694, released 07-12-18:
Focus on the Blue Note label thru the years. Acid warm & fuzzy is John Scofield, past masters Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw pay tribute to their influence Clifford Brown. Hear new releases for the hot summer, like Patrick Zimmerli with Ethan Iverson, singers Tiffany Austin and Heather Bambrick, and the Nels Cline Four. We reluctantly announce the death of trombonist Bill Watrous, do a review a Swiss blues CD by Ms. Little Chevy, spin big band to hard bop to Afro Cuban. Smoking hot piano is provided by Oscar Peterson, space jams from Miles, Dave Holland and Sonny Sharrock, plus a vintage blues installment. We’re still getting to know Kenny Barron Quintet’s new band members: Saxophonist Dayna Stephens, trumpeter Mike Rodriguez, bassist Kiyoshi Kitagawa, and drummer Johnathan Blake. We also heard Arizona’s and NYC’s world-class saxophonist Tony Malaby was a competition judge for youth groups at Northsea Jazz Fest in Holland, so we had to feature the man. Not to forget one of our favorite forms, Afro Cuban Latin rhythms. Miles, Muddy and Mongo are gone from this earth, but remain a presence in the PRESENT, Hacksaw Jazz.
Description of Show # 1693, released 07-05-18:
We begin this session real cool with Eddie Jefferson singing Miles, go to new releases mixed with classics and our vinyl fixing musical malfunctions. George Shearing is out of season but valid in bop, Jim Hall gastronomical on guitar and same validity. For antacid jazz we call on Rob Dixon and Charlie Hunter with guest trombone, Jerry Boogie McCain plays his chromatic harp. We find Maria Muldauer in a Brazilian jazz mood, Ruthie Foster is mellow and folky. Peggy Lee leads a chamber group from the cello on her new release, Joe Pass is dazzling on vintage Coleman Hawkins. Another track from the impressive Dayramir Gonzalez quenches our thirst for Latin-influenced piano. In the following hour we are on the chitlin circuit with the Cleanhead man, Eddie Vinson. To display virtues of a couple guys on tour currently we listen to them as sidemen: Dave Holland with Gary Bartz, Chris Potter with Joanne Brackeen. Our lone new release this segment comes from surreal Cyrille Aimee interpreting Sidney Bechet. Then it’s totally ‘80s for the last half hour, Ernestine Anderson sophisticated and street smart at once, her rap inside the big band tells the truth. Freddie Hubbard’s trumpet leads the Great Quartet at Playboy Fest, Machito wins a Grammy with his Salsa Big Band and ZZ Hill croons one more time on a Denise LaSalle hit. Outstanding summary & statement of purpose - wavelength of self expression, Hacksaw Jazz.
MP3 of show # 1693 HR 1 sponsored by Tom Batson CFP 07-05-18
Eddie Jefferson-So What-The Jazz Singer-Evidence ’59
Harold Lopez Nussa-Mi Son Cerrra ‘O-Una tarde Calquiera-Mack Avenue ’18
George Shearing-September in the Rain-You’re Hearing-MGM ’49
Jim Hall-Scrapple from the Apple-Live-Horizon ’77
Rob Dixon Trio feat. Charlie Hunter Flat Tire Blues-Coast to Crossroads-Rob Dixon Music ’18
Jerry Boogie McCain-Madison Mood-This Stuff just Kills Me-Jericho ’00
Maria Muldauer-Rio De Janeiro Blue-Transblucency-Uptown ’85
Ruthie Foster-Believe-Promise of a Brand New Day-Blue Corn ’14
Peggy Lee-Hidden Piece-Echo Painting-Songlines ’18
Joe Pass-Stuffy-Appassionato-Pablo ’90
Dayramir Gonzalez-West Coast Exchange-The Grand Concourse-Colibri ’18
2-min break music: Erroll Garner-What is This Thing called Love
MP3 of show # 1693 HR 2 sponsored by Young Sounds
Eddie Cleanhead Vinson-Kidney Stew is Fine-title track-Delmark ’69
Gary Bartz-But Not for Me-The Red and Orange Poems-Atlantic ’94
Joanne Brackeen-Beethoven Meets the Millennium in Spain-Pink Elephant Magic-Arkadia ’99
Cyrille Aimee-Si Tu Vois Ma Mere (If you See my Mother)-Live-Mack Avenue ’18
The Frank Capp/Nat Pierce Juggernaut feat. Ernestine Anderson-Never Make Your Move Too Soon-Live at the Alley Cat-Concord ’87
The Great Quartet Hubbard-Byrdlike-Playboy Jazz Festival-Elektra Musician ’82
Machito and his Salsa Big Band-Quimbobo-Grammy Award Winner-Impulse ’83
ZZ Hill-Someone Else is Steppin’ In-In Memoriam-Malaco ’83
2-min break music: Stan Getz Children of the World
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