The Real Deal with Seth Markow

Weekends 8:00-10:00 PM on HPR-2

Join host Seth Markow, Friday and Saturday from 8 to 10 p.m. as he presents the entire historical and stylistic spectrum of jazz in a lucid, entertaining and informative manner. The birthdays of great jazz artists are often celebrated with musical biographies.

New jazz releases are frequently played, as are classic live recordings. Listeners' requests are welcome

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Earth Wind & Fire, "Bad Tune," Earth Wind and Fire (Warner Bros.)

John Coltrane, "Mr. P.C.," Complete Live in Stuttgart 1963 (Domino)

Rudresh Mahanthappa, "Bird Calls #4," Bird Calls (ACT)

Rudresh Mahanthappa, "Gopuram," Bird Calls (ACT)

Ornette Coleman, "Free Jazz," Free Jazz (Atlantic)

Tisziji Muñoz, "Teardrop (Blood from the Astral Heart)," Auspicious Healing! (Anami)

Tisziji Muñoz, "Spirit Path Intro," Breaking the Wheel of Life and Death! (Anami)

Bill Mays & Ray Drummond, "One to One," One to One (DMP)

Bill Mays & Ray Drummond, "Lover Man," One to One (DMP)

Bill Mays & Ed Bickert, "Bick's Bag," Bill Mays/Ed Bickert (Concord)

Bill Mays, "Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry," At Maybeck (Concord)

Gerry Mulligan, "My Funny Valentine," Dream a Little Dream (Telarc)

Bill Mays & Ray Drummond, "Skylark," One to One (DMP)

Gerry Mulligan, "As Close as Pages in a Book," Dream a Little Dream (Telarc)

Bill Mays Trio, "Wig Wise," An Ellington Affair (Concord)

Gene Krupa's Swing Band, "Swing Is Here," Swing! Greatest Hits (RCA Victor)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Blue Lou," A Study in Frustration (Columbia)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Jangled Nerves," 1934-1937 (Classics)

Roy Eldridge & His Orch., "Florida Stomp," 1935-1940 (Classics)

Roy Eldridge & His Orch., "After You've Gone," 1935-1940 (Classics)

Chu Berry & His Little Jazz Ensemble, "Sittin' In" (#2), Complete Commodore Jazz Recordings, Vol. 1 (Mosaic)

Kamasi Washington, "Changing of the Guard," The Epic (Brainfeeder)

Rudresh Mahanthappa, "Convergence (Kinsmen)," Kinsmen (PI)

McCoy Tyner, "Walk Spirit, Talk Spirit," Enlightenment (Milestone)

Alice Coltrane, "Transfiguration," Transfiguration (Sepia Tone)

Pharoah Sanders, "Black Unity," Black Unity (Impulse)

John Coltrane, "Alabama," Live at Birdland (Impulse)

Delaunay's Jazz, "Confessin'," Django Reinhardt, 1934-1935 (Classics)

Django Reinhardt & the Quintet of the Hot Club of France with Stephane Grappelly, "I Saw Stars," 1934-1935 (Classics)

Django Reinhardt & the Quintet of the Hot Club of France with Stephane Grappelly, "Lady Be Good," 1934-1935 (Classics)

Django Reinhardt & the Quintet of the Hot Club of France with Stephane Grappelly, "Dinah," 1934-1935 (Classics)

Coleman Hawkins, "Stardust," Django Reinhardt: All Star Sessions (Capitol)

Benny Carter & His Orch., "Love for Sale," Classic Capitol Jazz Sessions (Mosaic)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Rambo," America's #1 Band: The Columbia Years (Columbia)

J.J. Johnson's Re Boppers, "Jay Bird," Origins: The Savoy Sessions (Savoy)

J.J. Johnson's Re Boppers, "Mad Be Bop," Origins: The Savoy Sessions (Savoy)

Esquire's All-American Award Winners, "Indiana Winter," Coleman Hawkins: Body and Soul (RCA)

Charlie Parker Quintet, "Crazeology" (take C), Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings (Savoy)

Rodriguez Brothers, "Descargation," Impromptu (Criss Cross)

Opus 5, "Tickle," Tickle (Criss Cross)

Opus 5, "New Old Ballad," Tickle (Criss Cross)

Adam Rogers & David Binney, "Ah-Leu-Cha," R&B (Criss Cross)

Adam Rogers & David Binney, "In Love in Vain," R&B (Criss Cross)

Iiro Rantala, "Woman," My Working Class Hero (ACT)

Wayne Gorbea & Salsa Picante, "El Yo-yo," Saboreando (Shanachie)

Alex Sipiagin, "Momentum," Balance 38-58 (Criss Cross)

Rudresh Mahanthappa, "Bird Calls #1," Bird Calls (ACT)

Baikida Carroll, "Left Jab," Shadows and Reflections (Soul Note)

Julius Hemphill, "The Hard Blues" (edit), Reflections (Freedom)

Baikida Carroll, "Double Rainbow Forest," The Spoken Word (Hat Hut)

Baikida Carroll, "At Roi," Shadows and Reflections (Soul Note)

Baikida Carroll, "Jahi Sundance Lake," Shadows and Reflections (Soul Note)

Julius Hemphill, "Dogon A.D." (edit), Dogon A.D. (Freedom)

Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition, "Starburst," Inflation Blues (ECM)

Michele Rosewoman, "In a Mood," The Source (Soul Note)

Milt Jackson, "Minor Conception," Jazz Skyline (Savoy)

Phineas Newborn Jr., "Celia," Here Is Phineas (Koch/Atlantic)

Kenny Clarke, "With Apologies to Oscar," Bohemia After Dark (Savoy)

Kenny Clarke's Sextet, "The Squirrel," Plays André Hodeir (Gitanes)

Kenny Clarke's Sextet, "Oblique," Plays André Hodeir (Gitanes)

Kenny Clarke, "Love Me or Leave Me," Americans Swinging in Paris (Gitanes)

Kenny Clarke, "Black Knight," Americans Swinging in Paris (Gitanes)

Miles Davis, "Séquence Voiture (take 2)," Ascenseur pour l'Echafaud (Fontana)

Edgar Hayes & His Orch., "Meet the Band," 1937-1938 (Classics)

Edgar Hayes Quintet, "Blue Skies," 1937-1938 (Classics)

Sidney Bechet & His New Orleans Feetwarmers, "One O'Clock Jump," 1938-1940 (Classics)

Charlie Christian et al., "Swing to Bop," Debut/Period Sampler (Original Jazz Classics)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Down, Down, Down," 1941 (Classics)

Kenny Clarke & His 52nd Street Boys, "Epistrophy," 1946-1948 (Classics)

Dizzy Gillespie & His Orch., "Good Bait," Complete RCA Victor Recordings (Bluebird)