Jazz Flavours playlist for May 21, 2008

My featured artist was guitarist Stanley Jordan, who arrived on the scene in the mid-80s to much acclaim for his ability to tap out multiple melodic lines simultaneously. My “two takes on one track” feature was the classic So What from Miles Davis’ album Kind of Blue. You can listen again any time til July 2, 2008, or so.

Hour 1

Clifford Gilberto
The 10th Victim (excerpt)
Xen Cuts (Ninja Tune) 2000

John Abercrombie, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, and John Patitucci
The Hudson Project (Stretch) 2000

Joshua Redman Elastic Band
Sweet Nasty
Momentum (Nonesuch) 2005

Michael Franks
Pospsicle Toes
The Art of Tea (Reprise) 1975

Paul Booth
No Looking Back (Basho) 2007

Stanley Jordan
Plato’s Blues
Bolero (Arista) 1994

VertĂș (Sony) 1999

Colour Club
Colour Club (JVC) 1994

Stanley Jordan
Eleanor Rigby
Magic Touch (Blue Note) 1985

Hour 2

Joe Sample
No One But Myself To Blame
The Pecan Tree (Verve) 2002

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
Angel Eyes
Live at Bubba’s (Retro) 1980

Rodney Kendrick
Led Astray
Last Chance for Common Sense (Verve) 1996

Al Di Meola
Cry For You
Consequence of Chaos (Telarc) 2006

Brecker Brothers
On the Backside (excerpt)
Return of the Brecker Brothers (GRP) 1992

Ronny Jordan
So What
The Antidote (Island) 1992

Miles Davis
So What
Kind of Blue (Columbia) 1959

Stanley Jordan
Georgia on My Mind
Standards Vol. 1 (Blue Note) 1986

Anna Maria Jopek
Upojenie (Warner Poland) 2002

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