Monthly Archives: March 2009

Ancient Future – the radio program 3/26/09

Hear "Ancient Future" Thursdays 5:00-8:00 a.m. on WPFW 89.3 in the Washington, DC metro area                                                         or listen live at   Playlist: March 26, 2009 (in ARTIST, "TUNE", ALBUM, LABEL order)   Toshiko Akiyoshi/Lew Tabackin Big Band "Long Yellow … Continue reading

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Ancient Future – the radio program: 3/19/09 playlist

Women’s History Month focus: NEA Jazz Master Melba Liston (classic)                                                Jane Bunnett (contemporary)                                                + weekly Soundviews focus                                          WPFW 89.3 FM in Washington, DC ARTIST TRACK ALBUM LABEL Randy Weston "Spirits of Our Ancestors" Chicago Jazz Festival recording   … Continue reading

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African Rhythms anecdote #4

photo by Oumar Fall     The fourth in our ongoing series of anecdotes from the forthcoming book African Rhythms, our as-told-to autobiography of Randy Weston, takes us back to the dawn of the 1950s when Randy was a green … Continue reading

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30th Anniversary Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland

Tri-C JazzFest 2009 complete 30th Anniversary festival lineup   For further information please visit or call 216/987-4400…     Thursday, April 23 • Parade at The Avenue in Tower City Center 5 p.m. Free.   Friday, April 24 • George … Continue reading

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Ancient Future – the radio program 3/12/2009 playlist

Playlists for the WPFW (89.3FM in Washington, DC listen:  Ancient Future program, produced/hosted by Willard Jenkins, are listed in Artist – Tune – Album Title – Label order                                                           Archival Segment Miles Davis All-Stars        Sid’s Ahead                Broadcast Sessions 1958-59        Acrobat Billie Holiday                    … Continue reading

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