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Journey Into Jazz November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving. Tonight's Journey Into Jazz is another mix of some great artists. I hope you've had a peaceful Thanksgiving with family and friends. I hope you enjoy the Journey.

Richie Kamuca, Drop Me Off In Harlem, “I Didn’t Know About You” (4:27) Richie Kamuca-tenor saxohone, Dave Frischberg-piano, 1977 Concord

Shirley Scott, Soul is Willing, “Secret Love” (8:23), Shirley Scott-organ, Stanley Turrentine-tenor saxophone, Major Holley-bass, Grassella Oliphant-drums, 1963 Prestige

Shirley Scott, Blue Flames, “Flamingo” (9:12), Shirley Scott-organ, Stanley Turrentine-tenor saxophone, Bob Cranshaw-bass, Otis Finch-drums, 1964 OJC records (original jazz classics)

Stan Getz, At Storyville Vol 1-2, “Parker 51” (6:10), Stan Getz-tenor saxophone, Jimmy Raney-guitar, Al Haig-piano, Teddy Kotick-bass, Tiny Kahn-drums, 1951 Roost

Wes Montgomery, The Incredible Guitar of Wes Montgomery, “Four on Six” (6:18), Wes Montgomery-guitar, Tommy Flanagan-piano, Percy Heath-bass, Albert “Tootie” Heath-drums, 1960 JVC Victor

Yellow Jackets, Green House, “Green House” (9:02), Russell Ferrante-piano, Bob Mintzer-soprano saxophone, Jimmy Haslip-bass, William Kennedy-drums, 1990 GRP Records

Woody Shaw, Setting Standards, “The Touch of your Lips” (6:48), “There Is No Greater Love” (7:02), Woody Shaw-trumpet, Cedar Walton-piano, Buster Williams-bass, Victor Jones-drums, 1983 32 Jazz