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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Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Hot Feet," Jungle Nights in Harlem (Bluebird/RCA)

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Hot and Bothered," Essential Collection: 1927-1962 (Columbia)

Mills' Ten Blackberries, "Rent Party Blues," Early Ellington (Decca)

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)," Essential Collection: 1927-1962 (Columbia)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Pyramid," Duke's Men: Small Groups, Vol. 2 (Columbia)

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "On the Sunnyside of the Street," Hot Mallets (Bluebird)

Henderson's Roseland Orch., "Raisin' the Roof," Fletcher Henderson: A Study in Frustration (Columbia)

Joe Turner & His Memphis Men, "Mississippi Moan," Duke Ellington: The Okeh Ellington (Columbia)

Harlem Footwarmers, "Ring Dem Bells," Duke Ellington: The Okeh Ellington (Columbia)

Harlem Footwarmers, "Sweet Chariot," Duke Ellington: The Okeh Ellington (Columbia)

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Echoes of the Jungle," Highlights from the Centennial Edition (RCA)

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Blue Harlem," 1932-1933 (Classics)

Miles Davis, "But Not for Me (take 1)," & the Modern Jazz Giants (Prestige/OJC)

Joe Pass, "Oh, Lady Be Good," Blues for Fred (Pablo)

Zoot Sims, "I've Got a Crush on You," & the Gershwin Brothers (Pablo/OJC)

Stephane Grappelli & McCoy Tyner, "I Got Rhythm," One to One (Milestone)

Benny Carter, "Someone to Watch Over Me," Swingin' the '20s (Contemporary/OJC)

Red Garland, "'S Wonderful," Manteca (Prestige/OJC)

Nat Adderley, "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'," Breaking Out (Riverside/OJC)

Thelonious Monk, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," Monk (Prestige/OJC)

Art Tatum, "All the Things You Are," Group Masterpieces (Pablo)

Sonny Rollins, "Dearly Beloved," Sound of Sonny (Riverside/OJC)

Hampton Hawes, "Yesterdays," Vol. 2: The Trio (Contemporary/OJC)

Gene Ammons, "Ol' Man River," Jug (Prestige/OJC)

Art Pepper, "Long Ago and Far Away," Intensity (Contemporary/OJC)

Art Farmer, "The Folks Who Live on the Hill," Portrait of (Contemporary/OJC)

Blue Mitchell/Clark Terry, "A Sure Thing," A Sure Thing (Riverside/OJC)

Hank Mobley, "The Dip," Dippin' (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "The Lady," The Rumproller (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Ceora," Cornbread (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Trapped," The Gigolo (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "What Now My Love," The Rajah (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "The Double Up," Charisma (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "The Cry of My People," The Sixth Sense (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Haeschen," Taru (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Nommo," Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "416 East 10th Street," Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Where Am I?" Vol. 2 (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Gaza Strip," Indeed! (Blue Note)

John Coltrane, "Locomotion," Blue Train (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Just One of Those Things," The Cooker (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "A Night in Tunisia," The Cooker (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "Who Do You Love, I Hope," Candy (Blue Note)

Jimmy Smith, "Flamingo," The Sermon (Blue Note)

Art Blakey, "Johnny's Blue," Like Someone in Love (Blue Note)

Lee Morgan, "The Sidewinder," The Sidewinder (Blue Note)

Al Cohn, "America the Beautiful," Barry Harris: With Al Cohn (Gambit)

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orch., "I'm Coming Virginia," Bix Beiderbe 1931-1932 (Classics)

Sidney Bechet's Circle Seven, "Maryland, My Maryland," 1949 (Classics)

Thomas "Fats" Waller, "Carolina Shout," Piano Solos: Turn On the Heat (Bluebird)

Gene Krupa & His Orch., "Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina," Anita O’Day: Young Anita (Proper)

Earl Hines & His Orch., "Jersey Bounce," v/a: Jazz Dance Music (Fremeaux)

Johnny Hartman, "Why Was I Born?" Collection 1947-1972 (Hip-O)

Johnny Hartman, "September in the Rain," Collection 1947-1972 (Hip-O)

Johnny Hartman, "I See Your Face Before Me," Collection 1947-1972 (Hip-O)

Johnny Hartman, "The End of a Love Affair," Collection 1947-1972 (Hip-O)

John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman, "My One and Only Love," John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman (Impulse)

John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman, "Lush Life," John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman (Impulse)

Johnny Hartman, "Sleepin' Bee," I Just Dropped By to Say Hello (Impulse)

Lou Donaldson Quintet, "Bellarosa," Clifford Brown: Memorial Album (Blue Note)

Lou Donaldson Quintet, " Carvin' the Rock," Clifford Brown: Memorial Album (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, "Mo Is On" (alternate take), Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, "Happy Hour,” Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, " Stars Over Marakech,” Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, " Freffie,” Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Quintet, "Later for You," Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Julius Hemphill, "Body," Flat-Out Jump Suite (Black Saint)

Max Roach feat. An thony Braxton, "Tropical Forest," Birth and Rebirth (Black Saint)

Joseph Jarman & Don Moye feat. Johnny Dyani, "Ode to Wilbur Ware," Black Paladins (Black Saint)

Oliver Lake Quintet, "Firm and Ripe," Prophet (Black Saint)

Dewey Redman & Ed Blackwell, "Communication," Red & Black in Willisau (Black Saint)

Sam Rivers, "Revival," Winds of Manhattan (Black Saint)

String Trio of New York, "San San Nana," Common Ground (Black Saint)

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