Notes From The Jazz Underground Goes All Over

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Volume Three of The Barn's Notes From The Jazz Underground feature showcases the show broadcast on August 16th.  This one, by Paul's admission, kind of goes all over the place.  This week's goodies include:

  • Sean Nowell, a fairly straight ahead sex player covering Hendrix
  • A little preview of last Saturday's Umphrey's McGee / STS9 show at Northerly Island (mea culpa... we couldn't find a live Umphrey's version of Senor Mouse, so we substituted the Return To Forever version in our playlist)
  • The triumvirate of 80s jazz guitarists: Scofield (plays OTSoFM in September), Metheny & Frissell (with Ginger Baker's band!), who all have new music out
  • A tribute to the late, great George Duke, but with Billy Cobham and on his own from a just released CD, Dream Weaver
  • A tip of the hat to the recently un-hiatused Strange Arrangement (back at Martyrs in October!), members of which joined Umphrey's post show at the House Of Blues in Digital Tape Machine
  • And there's plenty more including a new discovery: Dave Robbins

There's a bunch here, so we hope you enjoy!

Notes From The Jazz Underground runs Friday nights on WDCB 90.9 FM.  Going forward, we'll try to have these playlists up the Monday after it airs (and so far, we suck at that).

Complete Playlist:

Hip Pockets Billy Cobham/George Duke Band Live on Tour in Europe
Crosstown Traffic Sean Nowell The Kung Fu Masters
Zap! Dave Robbins Electric Band Zap!
All Together Benjamin & Stephen Lynerd All Together
Siete Strange Arrangement Polygraph
Legacy Chick Corea The Vigil
Watermelon Man Herbie Hancock Headhunters
Baby Drama Mama Garage A Trois Always Be Happy, But Stay Evil
Boo Boo's Birthday Thelonious Monk Underground
Ashtray George Duke Dream Weaver
Snake Dance John Scofield Uberjam II
Mastema Pat Metheny TAP: Book of Angels Volume 20
Straight No Chaser Ginger Baker Trio Going Back Home
Senor Mouse Umphrey's McGee 2/11/2010
Inspire Strikes Back Sound Tribe Sector 9 Offered Schematics Suggesting Peace
New Amsterdam Kenny Werner Lawn Chair Society
Jean Pierre Miles Davis We Want Miles


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