Paul deLay Tribute (contained in program below- about 15 minutes)
Bill Fetsch Tribute (contained in the program below- 12 min. 41 sec)
Below is the entire program for March 10, 2007 (3 hours) It contains the above tributes to Bill Fetsch and Paul deLay, both of whom died the past week.
Thanks Bill Fetsch
Thanks Paul deLay
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-Thanks to Saturday Susan.
-This is Jazz Interface Edition of Saturday Jazz Lunch. If you'd like to visit the team of chefs that brings you this program each week, visit SaturdayJazzLunch.com for a sample of each's program and more info about our team.
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For example, do you have a question about being a good jazz audience member? I have been emcee for countless events and I have seen many. From backstage , on stage to the sweetest cool dark corner in the room (where I get out a little computer and write.)
-What Marvelous Program last hour with Marian McPartland with Gerald Wilson.
-Thanks to Greg Gomez for all the new music comin' into the studio, and Dan Gurin for the technical assistance.
-I listen all the time and I know what's going on and you have it.
-We Ann and John LOVE all the programs from Susan to Dr. J to you. We're on our way to tualitan for a party. 12:48PM.
-Kay flew planes, learning in the 40's, she has perfect pitch and called with her complements. She's going to a 100th birthday party for a friend.
-How can I hear more of that toe tapping traditional jazz that I am hearing on Bill Fetsch's program at the Portland Jazz Festival? [Visit pdxjazz.com and look at the artists. If you don't know them, call the Jazz Festival office- 503.228.JAZZ (5299).
-We're out here in Camas, Washington and we just wanted you to know that we appreciate what you are doing.
-James in SE Portland enjoys the show.
March 10, 2007
-Very sorry to hear about Paul deLay and Dr.Jazz.
-I love the traditional jazz program (this woman heard the Dr. Jazz tribute- and his voice and called in for that reason unaware that he had died).
-Gentleman who had talked to his brother about how long and drawn Leukemia can be and that perhaps it was a gift that Paul went quickly.
-Dick Bogle called in and liked "Milestones", a composition in today's program.
-Many other calls about the late and great gentlemen.
1200 Legal ID
1200 Just One Of Those Things Plenty of Pete Coral Records
1201 NPR NEWS
1212 Sweep Rita Rega
1212 The Blues is My Best Friend 4:18 Donald Brown Cartunes 819 muse Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs New Jersey
1217 She Doesn't Work That Way Paul deLay Nice and Strong 1998 Evidence
1223 Just Friends 4:04 Arthur Blythe Exhale 4997 Savant Paramus, New Jersey
1227 My Little Brown Book Billy Strayhorn Lush Life Blue Note 2007 Diane Reeves
1232 Just an Old Manuscript 5:44 Clark Terry & Bob Brookmeyer The Power of Positive Swinging 1189 Mainstream Jazz
1236 Break Thanks to Saturday Susan.
1237 Climbing the Gates Falkner Evans Climbing the Gates CAP Records 2006
1245 Broadband Michael Brecker Wide Angles Verve 5089 2003
1250 Sticks and Stones Dave and Don Grusin Stickis and Stones
1256 Tempus Fugit Toshiko Akiyoshi 350 Live at Maybeck Recital Hall
100 Legal ID
101 Love For Sale Tony Pacini Trio Live At Jimmy Mak's 2006. Ed Bennett bass, Tim Rap drums
109 Wealthy Man Paul deLay Heavy Rotation
114 I Know You Got Another Man Paul deLay Nice and Strong
118 Oregonian Tribute to Paul
119 Great Round World The Other One
122 Break Paul deLay
123 Waltz For Debby Bill Evans Eddie Gomez basss, Marty Morell Drums Recorded at Half Moon Bay November 4, 1973, California.
137 Trippin' 7:22 Jimmy Madison & Friends 90° With 100% Humidity 2643 Blue Chip Jazz
145 Son Montuno 7:12 Chucho Valdes Bele Bele en la Habana 163 Blue Note Jazz
154 Groovus Mentus 4302 Jack Sheldon West Coast Classics Pacific Jazz Recorded in Los Angeles in the Spring of 1955.
200 Legal ID
201 Milestones 7:04 The Jazz Crusaders Live at the Lighthouse '66 3855 Pacific Jazz Jazz
208 Freedomland Yellow Jackets Live Wires 1711
215 Just Friends 1349 Ed Shaughnessy Jazz In The Pocket CMG
223 Childhood Nightmare 6:21 Charlie Sepulveda Watermelon Man 366 Tropijazz 1996
230 Moten Swing 4:58 Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra The Lights Suite 3619 Noir Records Released June 10, 2006 Jazz
236 Break Dr. Jazz Tribute:
I am deeply saddened by Bill's passing.
He often called me and offered advice about life. He loved to talk about UPS (where I work) and about radio technology that I was using. We had a date this year to get together and exchange ideas. He would always tell me before the end of our call, to take care of myself. He would say" it was good to talk to me", and I could hear the warmth and true affection in his voice and... he always called me "kid". Imagine.
(Pete Fountain music bed)
237 Summertime 3:11 George Shearing Verve Jazz Masters 57: George Shearing 5052 Verve Jazz.
245 Jeri Gerald Wilson
250 It Might As Well Be Spring 6:12 Rene Marie Live At Jazz Standard 4923 2003 MaxJazz
See you next on my Second Saturday turn in the jazz kitchen, April 14, 2007, for another edition of Jazz Interface. Be sure to visit Saturday Jazz Lunch for info about the other chef's on the lunch team and be sure to tune in again for Saturday Jazz Lunch.
Set your clocks ahead tonight.
Be sure to be here for the fundraiser in 2 weeks.
Some of the folks celebrating birthdays in the month of March...
Mar. 2 (1900) Kurt Weill Music: September Song, Lost In The Stars, My Ship, Mack The Knife, It Never Was You, Speak Low.
Mar. 14 (1907) Edward Heyman Lyrics: You're Mine You, When I Fall in Love, Body and Soul, Blame It on My Youth, I Cover the Waterfront, Love Letters, Out of Nowhere.
Mar. 16 (1909) Don Raye Lyrics: Irresistible You, I'll Remember April, You Don't Know What Love Is, Star Eyes, He's My Guy
Mar. 20 (1892) Mort Dixon Lyrics: The Lady in Red, You're My Everything, Bye Bye Blackbird, I Found a Million Dollar-Baby.
Mar. 23 (1933) Dave Frishberg Music & Lyrics: Let's Eat Home, I'm Hip, Peel Me A Grape, My Attorney Bernie, Another Song About Paris
Mar. 25 (1903) Don George Lyrics: I'm Beginning to See the Light, It Shouldn't Happen to a Dream, Everything But You, Tulip or Turnip
Thanks to the Mancusos for the above birthday information.
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