KNOWLEDGE-BASED VALUE

Reel-to-reel tape box ---- KUNM 1975 ---- If things get back on track in this country maybe there’ll be another similar broadcast, soon

Reel-to-reel tape box —- KUNM 1975 —- If things get back on track in this country maybe there’ll be another similar broadcast, soon

September 27, 2o18 Jazz @ Noon every Thursday (starts at 12:07 after the satellite news) Host MARK WEBER KUNM Albuquerque, USA 89.9 FM (Mountain Standard Time) also streaming on the web KUNM.org Current time zone offset: UTC*/GMT -6 hours (*Coordinated Universal Time)/Greenwich Mean Time)

KNOWLEDGE-BASED VALUE

In a capitalist free market system we always search out the cheapest least expensive choice —- competitive pricing: same item, cheaper over here at this store —- naturally, we go for the bargain, we’re not Mr Scrooge, but we like to make our money stretch —- Now, with the proliferation of big box stores this has back-fired on us —- these big boxes do offer one-stop shopping but on the down side they have undercut the small independent specialty shops and with that we are losing a knowledge base — Albuquerque used to be a bookstore town when we moved here 27 years ago, I never saw so many bookstores in one town, out here in this island of humanity in the middle of a desert? They like books, but now we’re down to like 3 independents. The big boxes squeezed them out. Records stores took a nose dive, too. Shoe stores fell victim to on-line sales (who’d buy shoes they never tried on?) Camera shops, the same demise. Downtown small town America is becoming a ghost town as FedEx and UPS have their own giant hangars at the airport. Remember Rupert’s Plumbing on Lomas with that ultra-cool neon monkey wrench over the door? Gone. Record stores are only limping back as used vinyl collector shops, for eccentrics like me —-

The problem with this volume-store out-selling local competitors is we lose a knowledge base —– I defy you to have an aisle clerk at a big box explain how the replacement capsule works on your dripping faucet —- Or, what better than to have an actual pedorthotist fit your shoe size? Or, when I was a teenager in Aron’s Records (Melrose Ave, L.A.) and have Manny Aron see what I was buying and point me to Honegger, Alban Berg, and Luciano Berio, instead of all that Zappa and Stravinsky I was prone to, haha (I still love both) —- There is no placebo for the Real Deal, we are impoverished without this knowledge base – SAME with radio, your listening is an investment of time, and you have a myriad of choices, and you are probably as particular about your media choices as you are about your grocery shopping and how you spend your money, stretched or unstretched —-

We at KUNM we are into our Fall Fundraiser campaign and we’re asking for your support —- This is radio not run by a corporation, this is human- powered love-fractured radio —- music shows and radio news locally produced by a knowledge base, not a monopoly, this is the opposite, what they call Value-based Pricing, we’re part of the infrastructure: the water lines, electrical, highways & byways, farms, what makes the world tick, AND the airwaves —- Capitalism is competition, and we’re all for that, and our trump (pardon the use of this idiom, he’ll go away, before long) . . . and our trump card is we deliver content jumped-up by a knowledge base and a personal relationship, distributed for free, I might add, universally available (Richard Towne our Gen. Mgr. says every family home has 5 radios, counting their cars!), commercial-free and covering nearly all of New Mexico and kept healthy by your support – Let’s keep education alive —-

We appreciate your attention and your time, we are always asking ourselves: What is necessary? What is real? Give us a call at the pledge line: 505-277-4357 or pledge on line: KUNM.org —- Thank you

Bonnie Brandon Kennedy checking the horizon out the Official KUNM Weather Window, Onate Hall, University of New Mexico – Sept 13, 2o18 ---- Brandon is probably the most comfortable person I’ve ever seen on a live mic, and I suppose he needs to be considering all the guests he brings on for you to hear about ----photo by Mark Weber ---- We’d appreciate your support in these turbulent weather times, please call this week: 505-277-4357

Bonnie Brandon Kennedy checking the horizon out the Official KUNM Weather Window, Onate Hall, University of New Mexico – Sept 13, 2o18 —- Brandon is probably the most comfortable person I’ve ever seen on a live mic, and I suppose he needs to be considering all the guests he brings on for you to hear about —-photo by Mark Weber —- We’d appreciate your support in these turbulent weather times, please call this week: 505-277-4357

Katie Stone and her minder ---- You do a Children’s Hour for however many years and you’ll need a minder, too ---- Actually, that’s her husband Andrew, a guy who knows a lot about computers and the creation of the Internet Universe ----- at Mary B’s retirement party April 13, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

Katie Stone and her minder —- You do a Children’s Hour for however many years and you’ll need a minder, too —- Actually, that’s her husband Andrew, a guy who knows a lot about computers and the creation of the Internet Universe —– at Mary B’s retirement party April 13, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

Tanya Cole in Studio D (we have 4 production studios) where she creates many of the advertising spots you hear on KUNM ---- I think she is now the late afternoon/early evening race horse that takes care of News & All Things Considered (that’s a very busy two hours, you have to be cooking on all cylinders, or, to keep my metaphors a little more parallel: You have break from the gate at a full gallop) ---- photo by Mark Weber

Tanya Cole in Studio D (we have 4 production studios) where she creates many of the advertising spots you hear on KUNM —- I think she is now the late afternoon/early evening race horse that takes care of News & All Things Considered (that’s a very busy two hours, you have to be cooking on all cylinders, or, to keep my metaphors a little more parallel: You have break from the gate at a full gallop) —- photo by Mark Weber

Radio hosts John Breckow and Karl Stalnaker appropriately at the ABQ Record Convention – April 30, 2o17 – photo by Mark Weber ------ John subbed on Home of Happy Feet a few times but mostly did Friday All That Jazz until earlier this year when he bowed out ----- I have long said that Home of Happy Feet is the greatest radio show on KUNM, talk about knowledge base, this show is very deep in the well, plumbing to the core of humanity’s natural instinct for music making ---- We even have a specially rigged-up 78 turntable for this Tuesday night show so Karl & Barry (RIP) can play the old shellac 78 revolutions per minute

Radio hosts John Breckow and Karl Stalnaker appropriately at the ABQ Record Convention – April 30, 2o17 – photo by Mark Weber —— John subbed on Home of Happy Feet a few times but mostly did Friday All That Jazz until earlier this year when he bowed out —– I have long said that Home of Happy Feet is the greatest radio show on KUNM, talk about knowledge base, this show is very deep in the well, plumbing to the core of humanity’s natural instinct for music making —- We even have a specially rigged-up 78 turntable for this Tuesday night show so Karl & Barry (RIP) can play the old shellac 78 revolutions per minute

Putney Thomas used to alternate Wednesday nights on the blues show with Dave Denny (RIP) remember him? Dave loved the music so much he forged forever in my mind that “blues” is pronounced with two syllables ---- Bing bang boom, blues up and blues down, blues goes around, and that’s Putney the Exuberant – photo by Mark Weber

Putney Thomas used to alternate Wednesday nights on the blues show with Dave Denny (RIP) remember him? Dave loved the music so much he forged forever in my mind that “blues” is pronounced with two syllables —- Bing bang boom, blues up and blues down, blues goes around, and that’s Putney the Exuberant – photo by Mark Weber

Program Director Tristan Clum patrolling the hallways keeping KUNM a Trump-free Zone – Sept 1, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

Program Director Tristan Clum patrolling the hallways keeping KUNM a Trump-free Zone – Sept 1, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

The alternating hosts of Friday’s Afternoon Free Form: Peggy Hessing & Harry Norton not long ago (Sept 16) ---- Harry Norton amazes me ---- “Norton” is Anglo-Saxon for North Town, but he was raised in the south of merry old England on the hillside of Glastonbury Tor (tor = hill) where King Arthur is buried ---- No wonder Harry has all the idealism of Avalon flowing through his airwaves ---- The part that amazes me is his reach, his ability to get into so much different and varied music out-distances me by a long sot, he’s the guy William the Conqueror missed with his long bows (see 1066 AD) ---- Glastonbury (ie. Harry) told me that when he caught John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers in London he was changed forever (in fact, our station manager Richard says that when he heard TROUT MASK REPLICA – on the radio – nothing was ever the same, again, either) AND Harry’s dad caught Fats Waller in London back in 1939! ---- photo by Mark Weber

The alternating hosts of Friday’s Afternoon Free Form: Peggy Hessing & Harry Norton not long ago (Sept 16) —- Harry Norton amazes me —- “Norton” is Anglo-Saxon for North Town, but he was raised in the south of merry old England on the hillside of Glastonbury Tor (tor = hill) where King Arthur is buried —- No wonder Harry has all the idealism of Avalon flowing through his airwaves —- The part that amazes me is his reach, his ability to get into so much different and varied music out-distances me by a long shot, he’s the guy William the Conqueror missed with his long bows (see 1066 AD) —- Glastonbury (ie. Harry) told me that when he caught John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers in London he was changed forever (in fact, our station manager Richard says that when he heard TROUT MASK REPLICA – on the radio – nothing was ever the same, again, either) AND Harry’s dad caught Fats Waller in London back in 1939! —- photo by Mark Weber

Patti Littlefield holds down Wednesday noon jazz with aplomb (there’s a word I’ve never used before) – Cris Nichols sitting next to Patti is Membership Coordinator at KUNM and a jazz host when we’re lucky ---- Sept 16, 2018 ---- photo by Mark Weber

Patti Littlefield holds down Wednesday noon jazz with aplomb (there’s a word I’ve never used before) – Cris Nichols sitting next to Patti is Membership Coordinator at KUNM and a jazz host when we’re lucky —- Sept 16, 2018 —- photo by Mark Weber

Interplanetary Janet makes regular visits to Earth and brings Rice Krispies Marshmallow Cubes, but mostly she’s here on Saturdays Noon-4 on Singing Wire ---- I saw her with one of those baked Cubes the other day and said “Wow, I haven’t had one of those since I was ten!” So, she went back to the spaceship and brought me one as an interplanetary gift of peace & friendship ---- Janet lives at Acoma Pueblo (I don’t know who bestowed the “planet” -part of her name, it wasn’t me) – photo Sept 16, 2o18 by Mark Weber

Interplanetary Janet makes regular visits to Earth and brings Rice Krispies Marshmallow Cubes, but mostly she’s here on Saturdays Noon-4 on Singing Wire —- I saw her with one of those baked Cubes the other day and said “Wow, I haven’t had one of those since I was ten!” So, she went back to the spaceship and brought me one as an interplanetary gift of peace & friendship —- Janet lives at Acoma Pueblo (I don’t know who bestowed the “planet” -part of her name, it wasn’t me) – photo Sept 16, 2o18 by Mark Weber

That’s Albuquerque behind Chanda Shaw and contrails ---- I call her Chandragupta as she has the same strength of character and unreserved positivity as her namesake Chandragupta Maurya who stopped that marauder Alexander (the Not So Great) in his tracks at the Indus River circa 331BC ---- She works in Development Dept coordinating underwriting, whatever that is ---- writing under the rug? – It takes a lot of brains to be friendly, so I think she must be really smart ---- photo by Mark Weber

That’s Albuquerque behind Chanda Shaw and contrails —- I call her Chandragupta as she has the same strength of character and unreserved positivity as her namesake Chandragupta Maurya who stopped that marauder Alexander (the Not So Great) in his tracks at the Indus River circa 331BC —- She works in Development Dept coordinating underwriting, whatever that is —- writing under the rug? – It takes a lot of brains to be friendly, so I think she must be really smart —- photo by Mark Weber

Tim Oswald is first-call sub on PRHS Psychedelic Radio Head Shoppe and directly supports my contention of a knowledge base, but with a twist ---- When guys like Tim and Scott (the Doctor) age out (never! The Sixties live forever!) they will be irreplaceable, for the pure reason that they lived the Sixties and carry that dream in their heart & souls ---- Tim grew up in Albuquerque, so did Scott for that matter ---- Check ‘em out Saturday nights at psychedelic ten on KUNM ---- That’s Tim at my pad May 11, 2o18 reminiscing about bota bags and Allman Brothers concerts (Hey, Tim, that box of No.2 Ticonderogas you gave me is almost gone – I love those pencils)(Tim designed the super-time-warp poster for PRHS) – photo by Mark Weber

Tim Oswald is first-call sub on PRHS Psychedelic Radio Head Shoppe and directly supports my contention of a knowledge base, but with a twist —- When guys like Tim and Scott (the Doctor) age out (never! The Sixties live forever!) they will be irreplaceable, for the pure reason that they lived the Sixties and carry that dream in their heart & souls —- Tim grew up in Albuquerque, so did Scott for that matter —- Check ‘em out Saturday nights at psychedelic ten on KUNM —- That’s Tim at my pad May 11, 2o18 reminiscing about bota bags and Allman Brothers concerts (Hey, Tim, that box of No.2 Ticonderogas you gave me is almost gone – I love those pencils)(Tim designed the super-time-warp poster for PRHS) – photo by Mark Weber

Rachel Maurer is pronounced Maur-ray, which sounds French to me, even as she’s from Texas, and is MOT to boot, (MOT = Member of the Tribe = the Lost Tribes of Israel) But, she’s been in New Mexico the longest and on KUNM playing the real deal since forever, and I don’t mean no fruity-dooty singer song whiner baloney, she plays gut-instinct Woody Guthrie folks songs (yes “folks” with an S) – That’s her in the control room spinning Saturday morning FOLK ROUTES March 10, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

Rachel Maurer is pronounced Maur-ray, which sounds French to me, even as she’s from Texas, and is MOT to boot, (MOT = Member of the Tribe = the Lost Tribes of Israel) But, she’s been in New Mexico the longest and on KUNM playing the real deal since forever, and I don’t mean no fruity-dooty singer song whiner baloney, she plays gut-instinct Woody Guthrie folks songs (yes “folks” with an S) – That’s her in the control room spinning Saturday morning FOLK ROUTES March 10, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

Peggy Hessing cares so much about the listener that she puts me to shame ---- She spends hours and hours looking and listening to everything under the sun searching for things she wants you to hear, investigating all manner of expressions: meaningfulness is what she’s after, her concern is boundless ----- Peggy on the air March 12, 2o18 Friday Afternoon Free Form – photo by Mark Weber

Peggy Hessing cares so much about the listener that she puts me to shame —- She spends hours and hours looking and listening to everything under the sun searching for things she wants you to hear, investigating all manner of expressions: meaningfulness is what she’s after, her concern is boundless —– Peggy on the air March 12, 2o18 Friday Afternoon Free Form – photo by Mark Weber

Studio C ------ Over the years this production studio has changed as we’ve outfitted it with new gear, and I have spent a lot of time within those four walls these past 22 or 23 years (that’s my briefcase in foreground) A lot of work goes into producing radio ---- photo by MW

Studio C —— Over the years this production studio has changed as we’ve outfitted it with new gear, and I have spent a lot of time within those four walls these past 22 or 23 years (that’s my briefcase in foreground) A lot of work goes into producing radio —- photo by MW

That’s what KUNM control room looks like when a trombonist is playing in it ----- Michael Vlatkovich from Los Angeles on one of his many visits to KUNM – June 21, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

That’s what KUNM control room looks like when a trombonist is playing in it —– Michael Vlatkovich from Los Angeles on one of his many visits to KUNM – June 21, 2o18 – photo by Mark Weber

More live music at KUNM ---------------- soon-to-be-legendary NY saxophonist Nick Lyons with local hotshots Colin Deuble(bass) and Cal Haines(drums) ----- December 29, 2o16 Live over the airwaves of New Mexico – photo by Mark Weber

More live music at KUNM —————- soon-to-be-legendary NY saxophonist Nick Lyons with local hotshots Colin Deuble (bass) and Cal Haines (drums) —– December 29, 2o16 Live over the airwaves of New Mexico – photo by Mark Weber

Sam Newsome laying it down over New Mexico jazz airwaves while his wife composer/violinist Meg Okura listens – August 10, 2o17 ---- photo by Mark Weber

Sam Newsome laying it down over New Mexico jazz airwaves while his wife composer/violinist Meg Okura listens – August 10, 2o17 —- photo by Mark Weber

We listeners of Noon Jazz All That Jazz at KUNM are really lucky to have Glenn Kostur spinning the wax on Fridays ---- That’s him playing tenor with his ensemble Six of One Sextet – December 4, 2o14 @ Outpost Performance Space ---- Colin Deuble(bass), Steve Figueroa(piano), Chris Buckholz(trombone), Paul Gonzales(trumpet), Arnaldo Acosta(drums) ----- Glenn was MD (music director) for Maynard Ferguson way back when and has been for 20+ years the director of Jazz Studies at University of New Mexico – photo by Mark Weber

We listeners of Noon Jazz All That Jazz at KUNM are really lucky to have Glenn Kostur spinning the wax on Fridays —- That’s him playing tenor with his ensemble Six of One Sextet – December 4, 2o14 @ Outpost Performance Space —- Colin Deuble (bass), Steve Figueroa (piano), Chris Buckholz (trombone), Paul Gonzales (trumpet), Arnaldo Acosta (drums) —– Glenn was MD (music director) for Maynard Ferguson way back when and has been for 20+ years the director of Jazz Studies at University of New Mexico – photo by Mark Weber

And here’s the new kid on the block, Allison Davis, who has taken over for Paul Gonzales, who’s up against it right now and needs your prayers ---- That’s Monday jazz ---- Allison picks good tracks, and she understands the importance of context when programming a show, I think she’s from DC? We’re still getting to know her – photo by Mark Weber

And here’s the new kid on the block, Allison Davis, who has taken over for Paul Gonzales, who’s up against it right now and needs your prayers —- That’s Monday jazz —- Allison picks good tracks, and she understands the importance of context when programming a show, I think she’s from DC? We’re still getting to know her – photo by Mark Weber

That’s me pondering a screwdriver (Craftsman, obviously) that my Uncle Jack gave me when I was 5 to work on my Erector Set ---- I still use that tool, works great removing set screws in bathroom fixtures (we’re remodeling our master bath) – photo by Janet at 725 on Sept 1

That’s me pondering a screwdriver (Craftsman, obviously) that my Uncle Jack gave me when I was 5 to work on my Erector Set —- I still use that tool, works great removing set screws in bathroom fixtures (we’re remodeling our master bath) – photo by Janet at 725 on Sept 1

9 Comments

  1. I enjoyed seeing all the faces. I know some of these fine folks having been a KUNM listener for 40 years. Yes it is a great station. We have a 10,500 watt station down here in Silver City KURU 89.1 or GMCR.org on the web. It’s been on the air for 5 years now. It takes a village to run a radio station.

  2. Scott McNicholl

    September 24, 2018 at 6:56 pm

    • Scott MacNicholl (The Doctor)

      September 24, 2018 at 9:59 pm

      The Psychedelic Radio Head~Shoppe, where else but public radio can you listen to and enjoy programming that provides music to move your body, feed your mind and psychedelicize your soul! Thanks to Mark Weber (The Cosmic Poet) for the photo journey around KUNM!

  3. Well done. Thanks

  4. Thanks for the tour and for boiling all the reasons for supporting KUNM down to a simple and memorable formula: KBV.

  5. hey, I just got a good idea today… what you thunk abt me interviewing you? I’ve always pondered the whys you are so into jazz/music–just like I’ve always pondered why us poets are poets? and another question I asked myself and then Fred why is it someone can do craftsman work like Mark can? and Fred’s father cd and my father–who learned from their homesteading grandfathers… men 100 years ago had to know all that… but you didn’t… anyway… you wanna let me butt into your life? pry into your psyche? ask a lotta questions that to you might seem dumb bimbo? love this jazz post… esp seeing so many wise one-&-behind-the-scene women…oh, and your Pet Screwdriver!

  6. Joan is asking these questions because we’ve been long-time friends and correspondents, over 25 years, maybe more, (read her books! especially her book about being a Go-Go Dancer at the Whisky-A-Go-Go in the Sixties and elsewhere around SoCal)————- and she’s been party to my on-going bathroom remodel job here at Studio 725 that I’m in the midst of presently—-Day 33 —- and I actually have concrete answers to those questions above (I was raised semi-poor, by a family that survived the Dust Bowl Migration to California AND the great Depression, and lo & behold we had to fix cars and repair houses ourselves . . . . . . . . .) Yes, Joan, let’s do a formal interview . . . . . will be fun

  7. ——————————————–playlist————————————-
    The high blood pressure jazz radio show
    October 4, 2o18 ——-KUNM Albuquerque
    Host MARK WEBER
    1. Jimmy Forrest “Myra” blues w/Grant Green on one of his earliest sessions. “Harold Mabern(piano), Gene Ramey(bass), Elvin Jones(drums),
    Grant Green(guitar), Jimmy Forrest(tenor) cd ALL THE GIN IS GONE (Delmark)—Dec. 1959 Chicago
    2. Charles Mingus Sextet cd IN PARIS: Complete America Sessions – 31oct1970 w/ Charles McPherson(alto), Eddie Preston(trpt), Bobby Jones(tenor) Jaki Byard(piano), Dannie Richmond(drums), Mingus(bass) ——- this is a touring group with a version cut in a Paris studio after Mingus had not been in a studio since 1963———He first recorded this tune back in 1956
    3. Tete Montoliu solo piano “Willow Weep for Me” –25setp71 cd LUSH LIFE (Steeplechase)
    4. George Carlin “A Place for My Stuff” –1981
    5. Henry Threadgill Ensemble Double Up “Old Locks & Irregular Verbs – part 2” –22may2o15
    6. Frank Zappa tentet “Trudgin’ Through the Tundra” –11nov72 w/ Dave Parlato(bass), Gary Barone(trpt solo), Bruce Fowler & Glenn Ferris(trombones), Jim Gordon(drums) – concert in Wash.DC —– cd ONE SHOT DEAL
    7. Lenny Bruce “The Lost Boy” c.1959 *Lenny’s archives/papers have been acquired by Brandeis University
    8. Horace Silver & The Jazz Messengers “Doodlin’” – 13dec54 w/ Art Blakey(drums), Horace(piano), Hank Mobley(tenor), Kenny Dorham(trpt), Doug Watkins(bass)
    9. Joanne Grauer Trio “Mood for Mode”(blues by teenage Joanne) w/ Buddy Clark(bass), Mel Lewis(drums) – July 1957 – Lp JOANNE GRAUER….TRIO (Mode)
    10. Michael Anthony & David Parlato, guitar & bass duet “Bessie’s Blues” – 20feb2o18 @ Studio 725
    11. Bobby Shew w/ Jim Doherty octet “When Two People Meet” – w/ LOUIS STEWART(guitar), Shew(flugel), Billy Mintz(drums)—1986 L.A. cd SPONDANCE
    12. Kazzrie Jaxen solo piano & vocal “How Deep Is the Ocean” –1998 cd FOR THE BEAUTY OF THE EARTH (New Artists)

  8. ——————————playlist————————————
    The post-doctoral jazz radio show
    October 11, 2o18 ———-KUNM Albuquerque
    Host MARK WEBER
    1. Zoot Sims Quartet “My Silent Love” (1932 Broadway show tune) w/ John Lewis(piano), Curly Russell(bass), Don Lamond(drums) – 16sept50
    2. Victor Feldman 6 “Fidelius”(VF)—-Sept 1957 LA w/ Frank Rosolino(trombone), Harold Land(tenor), Carl Perkins(piano), Leroy Vinnegar(bass), Stan Levey(drums) —-cd VIC FELDMAN ON VIBES (Mode/VSOP)
    • I called the show “post-doctoral” and explained that I had been over to Bobby Shew’s studio yesterday discussing jazz & history of same & the playing thereof ———- in the course of the afternoon Bobby had related his broad & wide respect for Feldman’s musicianship
    3. Jo Stafford “Winter Weather” – 1955 —- this song has been ringing in my head all week, as the weather chills down in Albuquerque
    4. Jimmy Forrest w/Oliver Nelson Orch in NY “Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’”(Ellington/Strayhorn) –29aug58 cd SOUL STREET (Prestige/New Jazz)
    5. Larry Young 4 “Nica’s Dream”(H.Silver) –30sept60 w/ Jimmie Smith(drums), Wendell Marshall(bass), Thornel Schwartz(guitar), Larry(Hammond organ) cd YOUNG BLUES (Prestige)
    6. Bobby Shew w/ Doug Sertl’s Uptown Express 25july82 NYC — “Art Appreciation” (Shew’s ballad memorial for the late Art Pepper, who had died the month before) w/ Nick Brignola featured on alto saxophone; Kenny Barron(piano), Doug Sertl(trombone), Bobby Shew(trumpet), George Mraz(bass), Dave Calarco(drums) – Lp UPTOWN EXPRESS (Paj)
    7. Zoot “Memories of You” ibid.
    8. June Christy “I Love the winter weather” – 1955
    9. Art Farmer 5 “Take Five” – 7june67 Lp ART FARMER QUINTET PLAYS THE GREAT JAZZ HITS (Col.) w/ Jimmy Heath, Cedar Walton, Walter Booker, Mickey Roker
    10. Benny Golson title track from 2004 cd TERMINAL 1
    11. Jimmy Forrest Quartet “By the River Sainte Marie” – 18apr61 w/ Joe Zawinul(piano), Tommy Potter(bass), Clarence Johnston(drums), Jimmy(tenor) cd OUT OF THE FORREST (Prestige)
    12. Jimmy Deuchar Ensemble “Treble Gold” – 26apr55 —- one of Victor Feldman’s last sessions in London before he relocated to USA w/ Tubby Hayes(tenor), Deuchar(trpt), Derek Humble(alto), Phil Seaman(drums), Lennie Bush(bass), Ken Wray(trombone) cd JIMMY DEUACHAR COMPLETE TEMPO RECORDINGS
    13. Sal Mosca Quartet “Groovin’ High” –2004 w/ Don Messina(bass), Bill Chattin(drums), Jimmy Halperin(tenor) cd YOU GO TO MY HEAD (Bluejack)
    14. Bucky Pizzarelli & Zoot, guitar & tenor duet “Lester Leaps In” – 6nov80
    15. Uptown Express “Tune Up” ibid.

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