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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Miles Davis, "Pinocchio," Nefertiti (Columbia)

Miles Davis, "Agitation," Quintet LIVE Europe 1967: Bootleg Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Miles Davis, "Footprints," Quintet LIVE Europe 1967: Bootleg Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Miles Davis, "'Round Midnight," Quintet LIVE Europe 1967: Bootleg Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Miles Davis, “No Blues," Quintet LIVE Europe 1967: Bootleg Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Miles Davis, “Masqualero," Quintet LIVE Europe 1967: Bootleg Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Miles Davis, "Nefertiti," Nefertiti (Columbia)

Louis Armstrong Hot Five, "Struttin' with Some Barbecue," Best of the Hot Five and Seven Recordings (Columbia)

Gil Evans, "Struttin' with Some Barbecue," New Bottle Old Wine (Pacific Jazz)

Bessie Smith, "St. Louis Blues," The Essential (Columbia)

Jelly Roll Morton, "King Porter Stomp," 1923/24 (Milestone)

Gil Evans, "St. Louis Blues," New Bottle Old Wine (Pacific Jazz)

Gil Evans,"King Porter Stomp," New Bottle Old Wine (Pacific Jazz)

Thelonious Monk, "'Round Midnight," Best of the Blue Note Years (Blue Note)

Harry Reser & His Radio All-Stars, "Mysterious Mose," Halloween Stomp (Jass)

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orch., "Shivery Stomp," 1928-1929 (Classics)

Ray Noble, "The Haunted House," Halloween Stomp (Jass)

Red Nichols' Five Pennies w/ Wingy Manone, "Bug-A-Boo," Halloween Stomp (Jass)

Benny Carter & His Orch., "Devil's Holiday," 1933-1936 (Classics)

Todd Rollins & His Orch. w/ Chick Bullock, "The Boogie Man," Halloween Stomp (Jass)

Chris Powell & His Blue Flames, "I Come from Jamaica," The Beginning and the End (Columbia)

Lou Donaldson–Clifford Brown Quintet, "Brownie Speaks," Clifford Brown: Memorial Album (Blue Note)

Clifford Brown Sextet, "Easy Living," Memorial Album (Blue Note)

Clifford Brown Quartet, "You're a Lucky Guy," Complete Metronome and Vogue Master Takes (Definitive)

Clifford Brown Quartet, "It Might as Well Be Spring," Complete Metronome and Vogue Master Takes (Definitive)

Art Blakey Quintet, "Wee-Dot," Live at Birdland, Vol. 2 (Blue Note)

Charlie Johnson & His Paradise Band, "Walk That Thing," Hot Notes (Frog)

Duke Ellington, "Jig Walk," Vol. 1: Birth of a Band, 1924-1926 (EPM)

Carmichael's Collegians, "Walkin' the Dog," First of the Singer Songwriters (JSP)

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys, "Who Walks In When I Walk Out?" Stay a Little Longer (Rounder)

Louis Armstrong & His Orch., "Walkin' My Baby Back Home," Vol. 7: You're Driving Me Crazy (Columbia)

Benny Goodman & His Orch., "Walk, Jennie, Walk," Birth of Swing (1935-1936) (Bluebird)

Clarence Williams & His Blues Five, "I'm a Little Blackbird," Eva Taylor: Not Just the Blues (Topaz)

Cliff Edwards & His Hot Combination, "Meadowlark," The Red Heads (Jazz Oracle)

Louis Armstrong, "Weather Bird Rag," Vol. IV (Columbia)

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "A Chicken Ain't Nothin' but a Bird," Are You Hep to the Jive? (Fremeaux)

Coleman Hawkins Quartet, "Flyin' Hawk," Bean and the Boys (Prestige)

Illinois Jacquet, "Robbins Nest," Jumpin' at Apollo (Delmark)

Grant Green, "Ain't It Funky Now," Green Is Beautiful (Blue Note)

Stanley Turrentine, "Sugar," Sugar (CTI)

Lou Donaldson, "Bag of Jewels," Midnight Creeper (Blue Note)

George Benson, "Body Talk," Body Talk (CTI)

Dr. Lonnie Smith, "Brushin' It," The Turbanator (32 Jazz)

"Big" John Patton, "The Yodel," Got a Good Thing Goin' (Blue Note)

Melvin Sparks, "Spark Plug," Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige)

Don Patterson / Booker Ervin, "Hip Cake Walk," Legends of Acid Jazz (Prestige)

Charles Earland, "Westbound #9," Living Black! (Prestige)

Duke Pearson, "Amanda," Wahoo! (Blue Note)

Freddie Hubbard, "Prophet Jennings," Hub-Tones (Blue Note)

Sonny Clark, "Voodoo," Leapin' and Lopin' (Blue Note)

Duke Jordan, "Flight to Jordan," Flight to Jordan (Blue Note)

Jackie McLean, "Two for One," Tippin' the Scales (Blue Note)

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, "Mosaic," Mosaic (Blue Note)

Horace Silver, “Filthy McNasty," Doin’ the Thing (Blue Note)

Herbie Hancock, "Watermelon Man," Takin' Off (Blue Note)

Joe Henderson, "Our Thing," Our Thing (Blue Note)

Coleman Hawkins, "Flyin' Hawk," Bean & the Boys (Prestige)

Thelonious Monk, "Well You Needn't," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Monk's Mood," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Misterioso," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "'Round Midnight," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Criss Cross," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Thelonious Monk, "Ask Me Now" (alternate take), Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Every Tub," Complete Decca Recordings (Decca)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Shorty George," Complete Decca Recordings (Decca)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Jive at Five," Complete Decca Recordings (Decca)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Twelfth Street Rag," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Moten Swing," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Easy Does It," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Broadway," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

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