Some Mini Sets From The Jazz Underground

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This installment of Notes From The Jazz Underground features the playlist based on the November 8th show.

Paul divided this show up into mini sets, each with their own theme.  Dive in to this playlist to explore modern jazz themes, guitar themes, an Ellington theme, a solo bass theme, and an electro theme, amongst others.  It's a pretty diverse lineup, from a saxophone & bass taking on the classic "Instanbul Not Constantinople" (made famous by They Might Be Giants) to local prog metal guys Pelican (I just bought one a Three Floyds Beer inspired by them!).

Notes From The Jazz Underground runs Friday nights on WDCB 90.9 FM.

Complete Playlist

Istanbul (Not Constantinople) Chris Potter & Kenny Werner Chris Potter & Kenny Werner
New Millennium WK William Kurk The Sound, Volume 2
Strawberry Letter 23 (One Rascal Extended Mix) Shuggie Otis Luaka Bop Remix
Non-Fiction Burning Airto & PM Dawn Red Hot & Rio
Tex Mex Fareed Haque Out of Nowhere
One/Take Five Rodrigo y Gabriela Live Manchester & Dublin
Elephant Turtleboy Smart Matter
The Grind Tony Barba Facetime
Circle of Jerks Rudder Rudder
Money Jungle Duke Ellington Money Jungle
Wig Wise Terri Lyne Carrington Money Jungle: Provacative in Blue
Multiplicity of Approaches Steve Coleman Def Trance Beat (Modalities of Rhythm)
Amalgasantos Chris Greene Quartet Soul & Science 2: Electric Boogaloo
Ten Madhouse 16
Embedding the Moss Pelican Ephemeral
Lurch Spare Parts Bright Minor
Come Together Brian Bromberg Wood
Slang Weather Report 8:30

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