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

Email the Host

Wardell Gray, "Farmer's Market," Memorial, Vol. 2 (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer, "Confab in Tempo," Early Art (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer, "Wisteria," Early Art (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer–Gigi Gryce, "A Night at Tony's," When Farmer Met Gryce (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer, "Alone Together," Early Art (Prestige/OJC)

Gene Ammons, "Woofin' and Tweetin'," All-Star Sessions (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer, "Sans Souci," Quintet (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer, "Ad-Dis-Un," Farmer's Market (Prestige/OJC)

Art Farmer, "Goodbye, Old Girl," Complete Argo/Mercury Art Farmer/Benny Golson/Jazztet Sessions (Mosaic)

Art Farmer, "I'm a Fool to Want You," Complete Argo/Mercury Art Farmer/Benny Golson/Jazztet Sessions (Mosaic)

Art Farmer–Benny Golson Jazztet, "Just in Time," Complete Argo/Mercury Art Farmer/Benny Golson/Jazztet Sessions (Mosaic)

Art Farmer, "Swing Spring," Live at the Half Note (Atlantic)

Art Farmer, "Prelude in 'E' Minor," Baroque Sketches (Columbia)

Art Farmer, "Blame It on My Youth," Stablemates (Jazz Ball)

Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry, "On a Slow Boat to China," Oscar Peterson & Clark Terry (Pablo)

Oscar Peterson Trio, "Falling in Love with Love," Stratford Shakespearean Festival (Verve)

Oscar Peterson Trio, "How About You?" Stratford Shakespearean Festival (Verve)

Oscar Peterson Trio, "Flamingo," Stratford Shakespearean Festival (Verve)

Oscar Peterson Trio, "Swinging on a Star," Stratford Shakespearean Festival (Verve)

Oscar Peterson Trio, "Noreen's Nocturne," Stratford Shakespearean Festival (Verve)

Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys, "Old Joe's Hittin' the Jug," 1936-1939 (Classics)

Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys, "You'se a Viper," 1936-1939 (Classics)

Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys, "Twilight in Turkey," 1936-1939 (Classics)

Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys, " Where Is the Sun?" 1936-1939 (Classics)

Stuff Smith & His Orch., "My Thoughts," 1936-1939 (Classics)

Stuff Smith Trio, "Ghost of a Chance," 1939-1944 (Classics)

Stuff Smith Trio, "The Red Jumps," 1939-1944 (Classics)

Charlie Johnson's Paradise Orch., "Charleston Is the Best Dance After All," v/a: Hot Notes: New York, Vol. 1 (Frog)

Little Chocolate Dandies, "Six or Seven Times," Benny Carter: 1929-1933 (Classics)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Keep a Song in Your Soul," A Study in Frustration (Columbia)

Chocolate Dandies, "Dee Blues," Benny Carter: When Lights Are Low (ASV)

Chick Webb & His Orch., "Heebie-Jeebies," Rhythm Man (Hep)

Chocolate Dandies, "Once Upon a Time," Benny Carter: When Lights Are Low (ASV)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Introduction," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Pedal Up," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "You'll Never Get to Heaven," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Clickety Clack," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Prelude to a Kiss," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Talk (Electric Nose)," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Rahsaan Roland Kirk, "Fly Town Nose Blues," Bright Moments (Rhino/Atlantic)

Hank Jones, "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

Hank Jones, "Sublime," Lazy Afternoon (Concord)

Hank Jones, "Intimidation," Lazy Afternoon (Concord)

Hank Jones, "A Child Is Born," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

Hank Jones, "What Is This Thing Called Love?" Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

Hank Jones, "Oh What a Beautiful Mornin'," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

Hank Jones, "Six & Four," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

Charlie Parker Quartet, "Star Eyes," Charlie Parker (Verve)

Jazz at the Philharmonic, "Lester Leaps In," Charlie Parker: 1949 Jazz at the Philharmonic (Verve)

Hank Jones, "Little Girl Blue," Bluebird (Savoy)

Hank Jones, "Hank's Pranks," Bluebird (Savoy)

Hank Jones, "A Sunday Kind of Love," Quartet, Vol. 2 (Gambit)

Cannonball Adderley, "Somethin' Else," Somethin' Else (Blue Note)

Hank Jones, "Bess You Is My Woman Now," Quartet, Vol. 2 (Gambit)

Milt Jackson/John Coltrane, "Three Little Words," Bags & Trane (Atlantic)

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)

Pages