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Here are the new releases I played two weeks ago, February 14th, on Saturday Night Jazz. Times given are Pacific Standard Time.

TIME / ARTIST / SONG / ALBUM / LABEL

6:22 McCoy Tyner (with John Scofield, guitar) / Mr PC / Guitars / Half Note
6:28 Houston Person / My Funny Valentine / The Art & Soul Of Houston Person / High Note
7:22 Freddie Hubbard / On The Real Side / On The Real Side / Times Square
7:28 The James Moody-Hank Jones Quartet / Birk’s Works / Our Delight / IPO
7:37 Hendrick Meurkins / Spaceburger / Samba To Go! / Zoho
7:42 The Clayton Brothers (John Clayton, vocal) / Walking Bass / Brother To Brother / Artist Share
8:26 Anat Cohen / Jitterbug Waltz / Notes From The Village / Anzic Records
8:35 Sonny Rollins / Easy Living / Road Shows Vol. 1 / Doxy

There you have it. EIGHT new releases this week! A few less than normal, but still all great artists and great music. (And don’t overlook the fact that the Sonny Rollins piece was about 11 minutes long.)

If you have any questions or comments, please either post it as a comment here, or use the MySpace message service to send me an email.

To see my complete playlist for last night’s show (or any previous show, for that matter), head on over to kmhd.fm (no need for the “www”) and click on the “Playlists” link.

89.1 KMHD is owned and operated by Mount Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon. KMHD began operation in 1984 and is the ONLY full time jazz and blues station in the Portland metropolitan area.

2009 is KMHD’s Silver Anniversary… 25 years of offering the BEST jazz and blues to music lovers everywhere!

Thanks for listening!

 

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