The Feeling of Jazz

Sunday - 8 PM

Kent Lindquist and Bill Satterlee host two hours of the finest mainstream jazz you’ll hear anywhere, including recordings from Northwest Indiana musicians and greats from across the entire spectrum of jazz. Production engineer: Dave Woodworth.

Richie Kamuca playing tenor sax.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 300 airing September 17, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz tenor saxophonist Richie Kamuca (July 23, 1930–July 22, 1977) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Richie Kamuca playing tenor sax.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 300 airing September 17, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz tenor saxophonist Richie Kamuca (July 23, 1930–July 22, 1977) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.  

Woody Herman in 1949.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 140 airing September 10, 2017 (a reprise from 09-01-2013) featured a spotlight on  jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, singer, and big band leader Woodrow Charles "Woody" Herman (May 16, 1913 – October 29, 1987) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Richie Kamuca, Kai Winding, Dave Grusin and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Blue Jazz, Richie Kamuca Quartet & Octet, Tenor Ahead, Bill Holman, 4:22 min.2.

Woody Herman in 1949.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 140 airing September 10, 2017 (a reprise from 09-01-2013) featured a spotlight on  jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, singer, and big band leader Woodrow Charles "Woody" Herman (May 16, 1913 – October 29, 1987) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Claude Thornhill, Howard Roberts, Ken Peplowski and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1.

Richie Kamuca, jazz tenor saxophone player.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 299 airing September 3, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz tenor saxophonist Richie Kamuca (July 23, 1930–July 22, 1977) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Don't Be That Way, Richie Kamuca-Bill Perkins, Tenors Head On, Edgar Sampson-Benny Goodman, 5:01 min.2. I've Got A Woman, Jimmy McGriff, Classic Jazz - Jazz Greats (Blue Note), Ray Charles, 4:30 min.3.

Richie Kamuca, jazz tenor saxophone player.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 299 airing September 3, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz tenor saxophonist Richie Kamuca (July 23, 1930–July 22, 1977) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, cover art from his Mosaic album on Blue Note.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 298 airing August 27, 2017 featured a second spotlight on jazz drummer and Jazz Messengers band leader Art Blakey (October 11, 1919 – October 16, 1990) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Three Bling Mice, Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, Three Blind Mice, Curtis Fuller, 8:20 min.2. It Never Entered My Mind, Coleman Hawkins-Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster, Rodgers-Hart, 5:46 min.3.

Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, cover art from his Mosaic album on Blue Note.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 298 airing August 27, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz drummer and Jazz Messengers band leader Art Blakey (October 11, 1919 – October 16, 1990) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Lester Left Town, Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, The Big Beat, Wayne Shorter, 6:26 min.2. Doubling Blues, Count Basie, Count Basie - Basie Jam - The Small Groups, Count Basie, 6:57 min.3.

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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 102 airing August 20, 2017 (a reprise from 10-21-2012) featured a spotlight on Riverside Records, an American jazz record company and label founded by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer (Founded 1953, defunct in 1964) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Bob Cooper, Cal Tjader, The Billy Foster Trio and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Waltz for Debbie, Bill Evans, Waltz for Debbie, Bill Evans, 6:44 min.2.

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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 102 airing August 20, 2017 (a reprise from 10-21-2012) featured a spotlight on Riverside Records, an American jazz record company and label founded by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer (Founded 1953, defunct in 1964) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Michel Legrand, Dave McKenna, Stan Getz and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Cariba, Wes Montgomery, Full House, Wes Montgomery, 9:40 min.2.

The Class Presidents of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 297 airing August 13, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz drummer and Jazz Messengers band leader Art Blakey (October 11, 1919 – October 16, 1990) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Down Under, Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, Mosaic, Freddie Hubbard, 5:28 min.2. East of the Sun, Stan Getz, West Coast Jazz, Bowman, 6:20 min.3.

The Class Presidents of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 297 airing August 13, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz drummer and Jazz Messengers band leader Art Blakey (October 11, 1919 – October 16, 1990) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Dat Dere, Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers, The Big Beat, Bobby Timmons, 8:49 min.2. Blue Room, Thad Jones, Detroit-New York Junction, Rodgers-Hart, 6:49 min.3.

Lou Donaldson playing alto saxophone in concert.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 296 airing August 6, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz alto saxophone player Lou Donaldson (born November 1, 1926) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Signafyin', Lou Donaldson, Signafyin', Lou Donaldson, 7:05 min.2. Thadrock, Thad Jones, The Magnificent Thad Jones Vol. 3, Thad Jones, 5:45 min.3. Confirmation, Lou Donaldson, LD + 3, Charlie Parker, 5:33 min.4.

Lou Donaldson playing alto saxophone in concert.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 296 airing August 6, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz alto saxophone player Lou Donaldson (born November 1, 1926) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Cool Blue, Lou Donaldson, Here 'Tis, Charlie Parker, 6:56 min.2. Remember, Hank Mobley, Soul Station, Irving Berlin, 5:38 min.3. Don't Take Your Love From Me, Lou Donaldson, LD + 3, Nemo, 5:50 min.4.

The U.S. Riverside Records label, 1953-1971
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 101 airing July 30, 2017 (a reprise from 10-14-2012) featured a spotlight on Riverside Records, an American jazz record company and label founded by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer (Founded 1953, defunct in 1964) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Art Farmer, Jimmy Cleveland, John Pizzarelli and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

The U.S. Riverside Records label, 1953-1971
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 101 airing July 30, 2017 (a reprise from 10-14-2012) featured a spotlight on Riverside Records, an American jazz record company and label founded by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer (Founded 1953, defunct in 1964) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Mike Smith, Gerry Mulligan, The Pete Jolly Trio and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

The Riverside Records Story, album cover.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 100 airing July 23, 2017 (a reprise from 10-07-2012) featured a spotlight on Riverside Records, an American jazz record company and label founded by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer (Founded 1953, defunct in 1964) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, Gene Harris, Conte Candoli and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

The Riverside Records Story, album cover.
Riverside Records

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 100 airing July 23, 2017 (a reprise from 10-07-2012) featured a spotlight on Riverside Records, an American jazz record company and label founded by Orrin Keepnews and Bill Grauer (Founded in 1953, defunct in 1964) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured artists like Richie Kamuca, Howard Roberts, Rob McConnell and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

"Here Tis" - Lou Donaldson album cover.
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The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on Lou Donaldson (Hr-2)

"Here Tis" - Lou Donaldson album cover.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 295 airing July 16, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz alto saxophone player Lou Donaldson (born November 1, 1926) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Atomic Basie (atom bomb image) album cover.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 294 airing July 9, 2017 featured a spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra (a/k/a "The Atomic Band") Live in Hollywood (1958), (years active: 1935 to Present; surviving long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in 1984. It continues today as a 'ghost band'.) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Atomic Basie (atom bomb image) album cover.
Roulette Records

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 294 airing July 9, 2017 featured a spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra (a/k/a "The Atomic Band") Live in Hollywood (1958), (years active: 1935 to Present; surviving long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in 1984. It continues today as a 'ghost band'.) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Count Basie & His Atomic Band Live at the Crescendo (Hollywood) 1958, album_cover.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 293 airing July 2, 2017 featured a spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra (a/k/a "The Atomic Band") Live in Hollywood (1958), (years active: 1935 to Present; surviving long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in 1984. It continues today as a 'ghost band'.) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Count Basie & His Atomic Band Live at the Crescendo (Hollywood) 1958, album_cover.
Phono Records album label

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 293 airing July 2, 2017 featured a spotlight on The Count Basie Orchestra (a/k/a "The Atomic Band") Live in Hollywood (1958), (years active: 1935 to Present; surviving long past the Big Band era itself and the death of Basie in 1984. It continues today as a 'ghost band'.) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Screamin' Brother Jack McDuff - album cover.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 292 airing June 25, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz organ player and composer Eugene McDuffy, better known professionally as "Brother" Jack McDuff, (September 17, 1926 – January 23, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Screamin' Brother Jack McDuff - album cover.
Prestige Records

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 292 airing June 25, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz organ player and composer Eugene McDuffy, better known professionally as "Brother" Jack McDuff, (September 17, 1926 – January 23, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 291 airing June 18, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz organ player and composer Eugene McDuffy, better known professionally as "Brother" Jack McDuff, (September 17, 1926 – January 23, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 291 airing June 18, 2017 featured a spotlight on jazz organ player and composer Eugene McDuffy, better known professionally as "Brother" Jack McDuff, (September 17, 1926 – January 23, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Manny Albam being interviewed in October 1998.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 290 airing June 11, 2017 featured a second spotlight on former jazz baritone saxophone player who became a composer, arranger and band conductor Manny Albam  (June 24, 1922 – October 2, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

Manny Albam being interviewed in October 1998.
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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 290 airing June 11, 2017 featured a second spotlight on former jazz baritone saxophone player who became a composer, arranger and band conductor Manny Albam (June 24, 1922 – October 2, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

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