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Showcasing Local 586 members & Young Sounds of Arizona
Repeats the following Sunday at 11PM

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Arizona Music 586

Listen to this week's show!

AZ Music 586 for 08-24th & 28th -2016, variety show of local musicians:

Young Sounds dir. by Barry M. Black-Sonny Moon for Two-THE SOUL COLLECTOR

 

Tim Downs and Rich Howard-The Reluctant Bullfighter-UNRELEASED WINSTON STUDIO RECORDING

 

Bill Williams Quintet-Twelve O’Clock Lonely-THE PHOENIX SOUND

 

Phoenix Jazz Quartet feat. Armand Boatman-The Way You Look-PJQ

 

Jack Radavich-You’re Getting to be a Habit with Me-MUSIC OF HARRY WARREN

 

Phoenix (Musician’s Union) Jazz Workshop-Blues Arrangement with trumpet, alto sax, trombone & piano/Yesterdays-MID TO LATE 1950s JACK MILLER RECORDING

 

Dave Cook and Intensity-I Got Rhythm in my Changes-GROOVING IN THE DESERT

RD Olson-Goin’ Down-KEEP WALKING WOMAN

 

Art Pepper feat. Howard Roberts-The Prisoner (alternate take)-WINTER MOON

 

Phoenix (Musician’s Union) Jazz Workshop-Shorty Rogers west coast-influenced arrangement with trumpet, alto sax and piano-MID TO LATE 1950s JACK MILLER RECORDING

 

Phoenix Jazz Quartet-Clarke’s Blues-PJQ

AZ Music 586 for 08-17th & 21st -2016, variety show of local musicians:

Young Sounds of Arizona-Jumpin’ at the Woodside-RINGERS

 

Prince Shell Quintet-Sweet Georgia Brown (alternate take)-UNRELEASED 1990 CHATON STUDIO SESSION

 

Beth Lederman & Jazz con Alma feat. Sherry Roberson-Everything must Change-LAS SOMBRAS

 

Mesa Community College Jazz Faculty Nonet feat. Tony Malaby and Armand Boatman-On a 

 

Misty Night-PLAYGROUND

 

Nadine Jansen-Kansas City-VERY BEST OF

 

Art Pepper feat. Howard Roberts-Blues in the Night-WINTER MOON

 

Juan Oskar/Jay Maynes-Classical Gas-STARWAY TO HEAVEN

 

Joey DeFrancesco & Jimmy Smith-Got my Mojo Workin’-LEGACY

52nd St. Jazz Band-Take your Tomorrow-52ND STREET REVISITED

 

Lloyd Ellis & Bill Cyrils-Love for Sale-ANY TIME, ANY PLACE

 

Johnny Tanner-Searchin’ the World Over-JUKE JOINT RAMBLER

AZ Music 586 for 08-10th & 14th -2016: Radio premier of local musician Miguel Alonso performing Moonlight Love

Young Sounds (1979—80, Barry M. Black, Dir)-Esperanza-THE SOUL COLLECTOR

 

Warren L. Jones III-Even Now-I IMAGINE SO

 

Ted Goddard-Corcovado-THE SONORAN SESSIONS

 

Keith Greko-Flu Blues-FOUR-BURNER HOT PLATE

 

Will Bradley/Ray McKinley/Freddie Slack-Down the Road a Piece-COLUMBIA 36958

 

Don Byas-Laura-AMERICAN 1001

 

Don Byas-Dark Eyes-AMERICAN 1004

 

Miguel Alonso with Patricia Parson-Moonlight Love (English)-STUDIO DEMO

 

Miguel Alonso with Patricia Parson-Moonlight Love (Portuguese)--STUDIO DEMO

 

Miguel “Mike Alrue” Alonso-Geometrical Passages-TALES FROM THE PIANO

AZ Music 586 for 08-03rd & 07-2016, guest is trumpeter Jim Henry

Young Sounds Combo 2016 Dir. by Andrew Gross-Soul Stirrin'-PRE-RELEASE WINSTON RECORDING STUDIO SESSION

 

Joey DeFrancesco feat. Jim Henry-The Eternal Triangle-LIVE AT THE 5 SPOT

 

Dave Cook & Intensity feat. Jim Henry-Exactly Like You-GROOVING IN THE DESERT

 

Dave Cook feat. Oscar Brashear and Prince Shell-Blue Bossa-UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDING

 

Dave Cook & Intensity feat. Jim Henry-Melody Line Blues-GROOVING IN THE DESERT

AZ Music 586 for 07-27th & 31st-2016, guest is Sheri Baker, jazz enthusiast, sharing new recordings by Steve Marsh, Phil Strange & LA musicians via Arizona

Young Sounds dir. by Barry M. Black-Blues Around the Corner-THE SOUL COLLECTOR

 

Yuriko Kodama and Phillip Strange-The Way You Look Tonight-MUSIC OF THE HOURS

 

Josh Sklair feat. Steve Marsh (flute)-The Real Hucklebuck-AFTER HOURS

 

Yuriko Kodama and Phillip Strange-Turning Point-MUSIC OF THE HOURS

 

Phillip Strange-In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning-ONE SUMMER AFTERNOON

 

Phillip Strange-Cherokee-ONE SUMMER AFTERNOON

 

Charlie Parker-Relaxing at Camarillo-Very Best of Bird-WB

 

Josh Sklair feat. Steve Marsh (tenor sax)-Steve's Marsh-AFTER HOURS

 

Young Sounds dir. by Barry M. Black-Ice Castles-THE SOUL COLLECTOR

AZ Music 586 for 07-20th & 24th-16: Jim "Zeke" Zoeckler, tenor sax and flute, is a late 586 member who's estate donated his tape archives to the radio show:

Young Sounds-Night Shades-LITTLE SUNFLOWER

 

Coleman Hawkins-What Is There to Say-JIM ZOECKLER ARCHIVES

 

Pete Magadini-Midnight Bolero-POLYRHYTHMS

 

Alan Chase-Intermission Riff-PHOENIX

 

Johnny Tanner-Bring Her Back to Me-JUKE JOINT RAMBLER

 

Kenny Love & the Rocker Fellas-Count my Lucky Stars-SWING, BOP & ROOTS ROCK

 

Mike Breen-Past Lives-PAST LIVES

 

Pete Jolly-I Hear a Rhapsody-GEMS

 

Nazim Rashid feat. "Peaches"-Stormy Weather

 

Bennie Green-Blues is Green-JIM ZOECKLER ARCHIVES

 

Young Sounds-Polka Dots and Moonbeams-LITTLE SUNFLOWER

 

Mike Breem-Home Again-PAST LIVES

AZ Music 586 for 07-13 & 17-2016, guest is pianist John Mueller playing recordings with his favorite Arizona musicians:

Bill Williams Quintet feat. Lou Garno and Lloyd Ellis-Morning Glory Blues-THE PHOENIX SOUND

 

Bobby Caldwell-Until You come Back to Me-SOUL SURVIVOR

 

John Mueller feat. Beth Johnson-Green Dolphin St.-UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDING

 

John Mueller feat. Elliott Fox-Line for Lyons-UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDING

 

John Mueller feat. Heather Algar-Photograph-UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDING

 

John Mueller feat. Heather Algar-I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do-UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDING

 

John Mueller Original-Brazilian Lady-UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDING

 

Young Sounds-Green Bossa-RINGERS

AZ Music 586 for 07-06th & 10th-2016; If your neighborhood liquor store was closed Independence Day, next year make sure to get a 5th on the 3rd for the 4th.

Pete Jolly with Lighthouse All-Stars-America the Beautiful-AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL

 

Dave Cook Jazz Concert (arranged by Prince Shell)-Bumpy's Blues-UNRELEASED SESSION FROM ISADORE'S, PHOENIX

 

Art Farmer with Wardell Gray-Donna Lee-LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD

 

Louie Jordan-Is you Is or Is you Ain't my Baby-ROCK AND ROLL

 

Addison Farmer with Mose Allison-Your Mind is on Vacation-25 YEARS OF JAZZ

 

Big Pete Pearson-No Love Lost-ONE MORE DRINK

 

Dave Riley with Bob Corritore-Let's Have Some Fun Tonight-TRAVELIN' THE DIRT ROAD

 

Al Casey-Endless Sleep-SIDEWINDER

 

Interview: Manager David Davis of radio sponsor Allegro Music, Bell Road location

 

Young Sounds-Caravan-CUT AND RUN

AZ Music 586 for 6-29 & 07-3 2016, Brea Burns, leader/vocalist of The Bolero's, is guest for conversation and original music.

singer/songwriter Mike Breen of Pro Music AZ.

 

Young Sounds (Milas Yoes)- Little Sunflower

 

Brea Burns-Without your Love

 

Holding On to Something

 

My Heart Left me to Go to Texas

 

Yours to Steal

 

Bitter Romance

 

Wastin' my Tears

 

Without your Love Alt.

 

Mike Breen-The Letter L

 

Past Lives

 

Home Again

AZ Music 586 for 06-22 & 26th-2016 "The Phoenix Connection Thru the Years" featuring music of 586 members Beth Lederman and Mary Petrich, and archived interviews with them from Chandler Jazz Festival:

Young Sounds (Barry Black)-Picture IV

 

Louie Jordan-Early in the Morning

 

Dave Cook/Prince Shell Quintet-Walkin'

 

Jay "Juan Oskar" Maynes feat. Jim Nelson-Never Gonna Say Goodbye to You

 

Beth Lederman & Mary Petrich-Scarbarough Fair, interviews

 

Lloyd Ellis & Bill Cyrils-I'll Remember You

 

Raul Tapia with Bill White-Wave

Jay Roberts-X O

 

Art Farmer (Benny Golson) Jazztet-Killer Joe

 

Prince Shell and the Ted Goddard 10tet-Here's That Rainy Day

 

Joe Hopkins 52nd St. Jazz Band feat. Caesar Rob-Rose Room

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