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Title JALC Radio - "The Joint Is Jumpin'" -- Celebrating Fats Waller
Airdate 11/11/2010
Description He may have been the most extravagantly outsized talent in jazz-- a great pianist, composer of hit songs, raconteur, and bandleader. In a golden age of American entertainment, Fats Waller was an all-around star.
Hosted by Wendell Pierce
 

Title JALC Radio - Enchantment at Dizzy's
Season 18, Episode 4
Airdate 10/21/2010
Description ENCHANTMENT : TO BE FILLED WITH DELIGHT, TO BE UNDER A SPELL. Listen to Ettienne Charles, Regina Carter, and Stefon Harris cast a spell on Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola.
Hosted by Carla Cook

Title Time Remembered: The Music of Bill Evans
Season 18, Episode 1
Airdate 09/30/2010
Description Composer George Russell and his wife nicknamed pianist Bill Evans “the minister.” Gaunt and bookish, Evans didn’t quite look or sound like a typical 50s jazz musician.
Hosted by Wendell Pierce

Title JALC Radio - The Music of Thelonious Monk
Airdate 10/08/2009
Description Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrates the 50th anniversary of Thelonious Monk’s famous Town Hall concert.
 

Title JALC Radio - McCoy Tyner and Ravi Coltrane
Season 17, Episode 1
Airdate 10/01/2009
Description Fifty years ago, an up-and-coming saxophonist who'd done stints with Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk was putting together a quartet of his own. He got Steve Davis to play bass; Elvin Jones on drums. And the piano player? A 20-year-old kid from Philadelphia.
Hosted by Wendell Pierce

Title JALC Radio - John Coltrane: The Breakthrough -- Giant Steps
Season 16, Episode 53
Airdate 09/24/2009
Description The music that Coltrane wrote and played 50 years ago on giant steps can still sound as fresh as your first cup of coffee.
Hosted by Wendell Pierce

Title JALC Radio - SF Jazz Collective
Season 16, Episode 51
Airdate 09/10/2009
Description In 2004, San Francisco Jazz Festival presenter Randall Kline and the saxophonist Joshua Redman agreed – there wasn’t enough new jazz music being written. And much of what had been written in the late twentieth century– even by artists as well known as Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner - wasn’t being treated as part of the core repertoire. To remedy the situation, they put together “the SF Jazz Collective.” Featuring eight top-flight musicians who agreed to put some weeks aside from their own ensembles to rehearse and tour with the SF Jazz Collective.
Hosted by Wendell Pierce

Title JALC Radio - Ramsey Lewis and Dave Brubeck: Jazz Fame
Season 16, Episode 41
Airdate 07/02/2009
Description Both Dave Brubeck and Ramsey Lewis are exemplars of maintaining popularity for one’s artistry while continually changing.
Hosted by Wendell Pierce