Jeff Whalen's Play List for 4 February 2001


The Sunday Sets with Jeff Whalen 9am to 1pm on WPBX 88.3 FM from Southampton College of LIU


Artist Title Album Label
9:30 AM Keith Jarrett Shenandoah The Melody At Night With You ECM
Joe Pass Nuages Nuages Pablo
Blossom Dearie More Than You Know Blossom Dearie Verve
Blossom Dearie It Might As Well Be Spring Blossom Dearie Verve
Norman Simmons My Silent Love The Art Of Norman Simmons Savant
Pat Martino How Insensitive Romance In Rio 32 Jazz
Jimmie Ponder & Dr. Lonnie Smith Ruby Romance In Rio 32 Jazz
Karrin Allyson Des Histoires From Rio To Paris Concord
John Lewis Django Evolution Atlantic
10:00 AM Ramsey Lewis Trio What A Wondrous Love Is This Appassionata Narada
Dianne Reeves Morning Has Broken In The Moment Blue Note
Regina Carter Love Theme From Spartacus Motor City Moments Verve
Billy Childs Trio Speak Like A Child Bedtime Stories 32 Jazz
Melissa Walker Invitation Moment Of Truth Enja
Stan Getz My Foolish Heart My Foolish Heart Label M
Susannah McCorkle I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire Hearts And Minds Concord
Chick Corea It Could Happen To You Solo Piano Stretch
11:00 AM Bill Charlap Trio In The Still Of The Night Written In The Stars Blue Note
Carla Helmbrecht The Touch Of Your Lips Be Cool Be Kind Heart Music
Ray Bryant Until It's Time For You To Go Somewhere In France Label M
Lynne Ariale Trio Seven Steps To Heaven Live At Montreux TCB
Benny Green Lester Left Town Naturally Telarc
Jay Leonhart with Joe Williams 5:00 In The Morning Great Duets Chiaroscuro
Jesse Davis Coffetto Second Nature Concord
Winard Harper Sextet Moanin' Faith Savant
Dennis Raffelock That's All So Many Ways The Heart Of Jazz
12:00 PM Dianne Reeves Obsession The Calling Blue Note
Freddy Cole I'm Not Alone A Love Affair Telarc
Royce Cambell I Fall In Love To Easily Pitapat A Records
Jimmy Smith Mood Indigo Dot Com Blues Blue Thumb
Don Byron Creepin' A Fine Line Blue Note
Hank Crawford Angel Eyes Low Flame High Heat Label M
John Coltrane The Kiss Of No Return The Bethlehem Years Bethlehem

The theme for the Sunday Sets is "Lawns" from Carla Bley's BMG release "Sextet", featuring Larry Willis on piano.

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