Ancient Future radio: 12/10/09

 The Ancient Future radio program is produced & hosted by Willard Jenkins for WPFW 89.3 FM, Pacifica Radio in Washington, DC.

 

Theme: Randy Weston "Route of the Nile"

 

Randy Weston

The Seventh Queen

Spirits of Our Ancestors

Antilles

 

Cannonball Adderley

Hi Fly

Live in San Francisco

Milestone

 

Jelly Roll Morton

I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say

The Big Ol’ Box of New Orleans

Shout Factory

 

Keith Jarrett-Jack DeJohnette-Gary Peacock

On Green Dolphin Street

My Foolish Heard – Live at Montreux

ECM

 

Bunky Green

Another Place

Another Place

Bleu Jazz

 

Duke Ellington Orchestra

How High the Moon

Live in Zurich

TCB

 

Charles Mingus

Pedal Point Blues

Ah Um

Columbia

 

Quincy Troupe

(poem) Root Doctor

Root Doctor

New Alliance

 

Charles Mingus

Three or Four Shades of Blues

Three or Four Shades of Blues

Atlantic

 

Soundviews (weekly new release focus)

Clyde Kerr Jr.

Treme

This is Now!

JFA

 

Clyde Kerr Jr.

Psalm for a King

This is Now!

JFA

 

What’s New (the new release hour)

Wayne Wallace

Africa

Bien Bien!

Patois

 

Buika

Las Ciudades

El Ultimo Traho

Warner Latina

 

Ralph Bowen

Mr. Bebop

Dedicated

Positone

 

Jim Snidero

One Finger Snap

Crossfire

Savant

 

Mon David

Footprints

Coming Thru

Free

 

The Aggregation (dir. by Eddie Allen)

The Soulful Mr. Timmons

Groove’s Mood

DBCD

 

Roberta Gambarini

Get Out of Town

So in Love

Emarcy

 

contact:

Willard Jenkins

Open Sky

5268-G Nicholson Lane

#281

Kensington, MD 20895

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One Response to Ancient Future radio: 12/10/09

  1. Paul Astin says:

    Dear Mr. Adler,

    I’m a teacher and musician from Los Angeles. I am contacting you to shamelessly promote a CD I produced of a remarkable pianist and friend, Chis Dawson. Before you dump my email, just check out these endorsements
    http://www.astinmusic.com/Endorsements.html
    and maybe listen to some tracks on the site.

    My hope, my wish, my fantasy is that you’ll hear the magic in this playing and mention it on your blog. Then, thousands of people will swarm my website and buy the CD. Then Chris will perform at Carnegie Hall and the story will have a happy ending. OK, I got carried away. Let’s just hope that Chris can get out of hotel lobbies and reach an audience remotely commensurate with his prodigious talents. Charlie Haden, Dick Hyman, and Alan Broadbent can’t all be wrong!

    Thanks for you ear!

    Best regards

    Paul Astin, Ed.D.
    Producer, “Stridin’ Through Christmas”
    Los Angeles
    (562) 889-0773

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