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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King Pleasure, "Red Top," King Pleasure Sings/Annie Ross Sings (Prestige/OJC)

Betty Carter, "Frenesi," Social Call (CBS Special Products/Epic)

Betty Carter, "You're Driving Me Crazy," I Can't Help It (Impulse)

Betty Carter, "Mean to Me," I Can't Help It (Impulse)

Betty Carter, "You're a Sweetheart," Betty Carter Album (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter, "Tight," Betty Carter Album (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter, "Sounds (Movin' On)," Audience with Betty Carter (Verve/Bet-Car)

Ellis Larkins, "Howdja Like to Love Me," At Maybeck (Concord)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Looking for a Boy," Pure Ella (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Maybe," Pure Ella (Decca)

Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "My Funny Valentine," Complete Duets (Definitive)

Ella Fitzgerald, "My Funny Valentine," Rodgers & Hart Songbook, Vol. 2 (Verve)

Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Where or When," Complete Duets (Definitive)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Where or When," Rodgers & Hart Songbook, Vol. 1 (Verve)

Ellis Larkins, "Perfume and Rain," At Maybeck (Concord)

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, "My Romance," Buttercorn Lady (Emarcy)

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, "Secret Love," Buttercorn Lady (Emarcy)

Charles Lloyd, "Sunday Morning," Just Before Sunrise (32 Jazz)

Charles Lloyd, "Love Ship," Just Before Sunrise (32 Jazz)

Charles Lloyd, "Love No. 3," Journey Within (Collectables)

Keith Jarrett, "Love No. 1," Life Between the Exit Signs (Collectables)

Keith Jarrett, "Birth," Birth (Wounded Bird)

Keith Jarrett, "Everything That Lives Laments," Hamburg '72 (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, "In Your Own Sweet Way," At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, "How Long Has This Been Going On?" At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, "Partners," At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, "No More Lonely Nights," At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, "Now's the Time," At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, "I'm Old Fashioned," At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings (ECM)

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., "There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears," Bix Beiderbecke: Indispensable (RCA Fr.)

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., "From Monday On," Bix Beiderbecke: Indispensable (RCA Fr.)

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., "You Took Advantage of Me," Bix Beiderbecke: Indispensable (RCA Fr.)

Paul Whiteman & His Orch., "Because My Baby Don't Mean 'Maybe' Now," & His Orchestra (EPM)

Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys, "So the Bluebirds and the Blackbirds Got Together," Bing Crosby: In Hollywood, Vol. 1 (Collectables)

Arthur Blythe, "Down San Diego Way," Lenox Avenue Breakdown (Columbia)

Anthony Davis/James Newton/Abdul Wadud, "Juneteenth," I¹ve Known Rivers (Gramavision)

James Newton, "Daydreeam," James Newton (Gramavision)

James Newton, "The Crips," Water Mystery (Gramavision)

James Newton, "Fleurette Africaine (The African Flower)," African Flower (Blue Note)

James Newton, "Miss Fanny's New Dress," If Love (Jazzline)

James Newton, "Prelude to a Kiss," If Love (Jazzline)

James Newton, "Oblong," If Love (Jazzline)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," Irving Berlin Songbook, Vol. 1 (Verve)

Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," Calling Berlin, Vol. 1 (Arbors)

Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Blue Skies," Calling Berlin, Vol. 1 (Arbors)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Blue Skies," Irving Berlin Songbook, Vol. 2 (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald, "Always," Irving Berlin Songbook, Vol. 2 (Verve)

Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Always," Calling Berlin, Vol. 2 (Arbors)

Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins, "Russian Lullaby," Calling Berlin, Vol. 1 (Arbors)

Joe Henderson, "Recorda Me," Page One (Blue Note)

Horace Silver Quintet, "The Kicker," Song for My Father (Blue Note)

Joe Henderson, "You Know I Care," Inner Urge (Blue Note)

Joe Henderson, "El Barrio," Inner Urge (Blue Note)

Joe Henderson, "Mode for Joe," Mode for Joe (Blue Note)

Joe Henderson, "On the Trail," Four! (Verve)

Joe Henderson, "All the Things You Are," State of the Tenor (Blue Note)

Joe Henderson, "Lush Life," Lush Life (Verve)

Joe Henderson, "Without a Song," Big Band (Verve)

Herbie Hancock, "Rain Dance," Sextant (Columbia)

Miles Davis, "Spanish Key," Bitches Brew (Columbia)

Mahavishnu Orchestra, "The Dance of Maya," The Inner Mounting Flame (Columbia)

Billy Cobham, "Red Baron," Spectrum (Atlantic)

Material, "Words of Advice," Hallucination Engine (Axiom)

Chick Corea, "Crystal Silence," Return to Forever (ECM)

Herbie Hancock, "Sleeping Giant," Crossings (Warner Bros.)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Talk (Bright Moments)," Bright Moments (Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Bright Moments," Bright Moments (Atlantic)

Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt, "The One Before This," Boss Tenors (Chess)

Jazz Crusaders, "Fire Water," Young Rabbits (Blue Note)

Herbie Hancock, "Wandering Spirit Song" (edit), Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (Warner Archives)

Buster Williams, "I Dream Too Much," Crystal Reflections (Muse)

Sphere, "If I Should Lose You," Flight Path (Elektra Musician)

Sphere, "Tokudo," Pumpkin's Delight (Red)

Buster Williams, "Decepticon," Something More (In+Out)

Buster Williams, " Pop Dog," Somewhere Along the Way (TBC)

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