Show #16 (I think) Playlist, etc.

As I mentioned yesterday, tonight’s theme is going to be Spiced Jam!

It’s all about musicians getting together and playing from the depths of their experience. Sometimes, it’s just a let-loose, anything goes experience. Sometimes it’s organized chaos. Sometimes its just a small section of an otherwise well-formed tune. It could be just a couple of people playing together, it could be 10 musicians, all watching what the other 9 are doing, and making up it up from there. It all depends on what kind of jam you’re making and what spices you want to use, I suppose.

Jamming is a very important part of many types of music, and though I suspect there will be a strong dose of jazz tonight, I hope to cover some pretty varied styles. Hopefully you can tune in tonight at 7:00 CST! 🙂


Hour one:
1. Bob Marley – Jamming
2. Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster (Jammin’)
3. MSTRKRFT – Paris
4. The Cat Empire – The Car Song
5. The Most Serene Republic – Humble Peasants
6. Funkadelic – Vampy Funky Bernie
7. Oscar Peterson – Donna Lee
8. Oscar Peterson – Sweet Georgia Brown
9. Frank Zappa – The Nancy & Mary Music

Hour two:
10. Herbie Hancock – Chameleon
11. Lazerblade – Lazer Vegas
12. Supertonic – Got The Job
13. Rocket 88 – St. Louis Blues
14. Method of Defiance – Ta’ Wil
15. General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners – Modified Combined Obstacle Overlay (MCOO) …Or… “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Turntables”
16. Chick Corea – City Of Brass
17. Deep Purple – Space Truckin’

Thanks again for listening! I hope you can tune in again next week.

3 thoughts on “Show #16 (I think) Playlist, etc.

  1. Great show again Chris! Definitely enjoyed most of the material. I loved the Bob Marley opening. I heard it start and thought “That would be great if Chris was starting his show with it… then you started talking.

    Keep up the good work, we’re always listening!


    • Heh. Yeah. I like that tune, and I like Bob Marley, and I happened to be playing a “jam” show. I’m so clever! I even came up with a Stevie Wonder tune about jamming. That’s pretty much where it stopped being obvious though. Everything after that was kind of loosely associated with the obscure theme. Oh well.

      Thanks again for listening! :]


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