The Jazz Inquisition

Host Mr. Suit / Redondo / D3 / Dr. O / Derrida

The name “The Jazz Inquisition” is likely funny due to the playful use of the term “inquisition” in the context of a radio show about jazz music. The term “inquisition” is historically associated with the Spanish Inquisition, a series of harsh and often violent investigations and trials carried out by the Catholic Church during the Middle Ages. The word has a heavy and serious connotation. By using “inquisition”, the creators are  intentionally exaggerating the seriousness of this jazz radio show.

With your hosts: Mr. Suit, Redondo, Derrida, and Dr. O

Every Friday 1:00pm - 3:00pm   |   Jazz
The Jazz Inquisition
Host Mr. Suit / Redondo / D3 / Dr. O / Derrida

The Jazz Inquisition

The name “The Jazz Inquisition” is likely funny due to the playful use of the term “inquisition” in the context of a radio show about jazz music. The term “inquisition” is historically associated with the Spanish Inquisition, a series of harsh and often violent investigations and trials carried out by the Catholic Church during the Middle Ages. The word has a heavy and serious connotation. By using “inquisition”, the creators are  intentionally exaggerating the seriousness of this jazz radio show.

With your hosts: Mr. Suit, Redondo, Derrida, and Dr. O

Every Friday 1:00pm - 3:00pm   |   Jazz

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  1. Playlist for 3/1/2024
    Betty Carter — Inside Betty Carter — Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
    Betty Carter — Inside Betty Carter — This Is Always
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Autumn- The Best Of The Verve Years [Disc 2] — April In Paris
    Billie Holiday — The Best of Billie Holiday [Disc 1] — As Time Goes By
    Ella Fitzgerald — Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book Disc 2 — In a Sentimental Mood
    Ella Fitzgerald — Ella in Rome- The Birthday Concert — I Loves You, Porgy
    Helen Merrill — Helen Merrill with Clifford Brown & Gil Evans — What’s New
    Helen Merrill — Helen Merrill with Clifford Brown & Gil Evans — You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To
    Helen Merrill — Helen Merrill with Clifford Brown & Gil Evans — Falling in Love With Love
    Helen Merrill & Gil Evans — Collaboration — People Will Say We’re In Love
    Ella Fitzgerald — Ella in Rome- The Birthday Concert — These Foolish Things
    Nina Simone — Nina Simone For Lovers — Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair [Live]
    Joni Mitchell — Mingus — Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
    Billie Holiday — The Best of Billie Holiday [Disc 1] — God Bless the Child
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Autumn- The Best Of The Verve Years [Disc 1] — Stormy Weather
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Autumn- The Best Of The Verve Years [Disc 2] — Stars Fell On Alabama
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Autumn- The Best Of The Verve Years [Disc 2] — Nice Work If You Can Get It
    Billie Holiday — The Best of Billie Holiday [Disc 3] — Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone
    Billie Holiday — The Best of Billie Holiday [Disc 2] — Love Me or Leave Me
    Billie Holiday — Lady Day- The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia 1933-19[Disc 4] — – When A Woman Loves A Man
    Billie Holiday — Lady in Satin — I’m a Fool to Want You
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Satin — Glad To Be Unhappy
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Satin — I’ll Be Around
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Satin — Violets For Your Furs
    Billie Holiday — Lady In Satin — The End Of A Love Affair [Mono]
    Fairuz — The Lady and the Legend — Ams Intahena (Yesterday We Broke Up)
    John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman — John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman — Lush Life

  2. Playlist for 2/2/2024
    We See, Steve Lacy 6, We See, hatART 1993. Lacy, ss; Steve Potts, ss; JJ Avenel, b., John Betsch, drums; Hans Kennel, tp & flugelhorn; Sonhando Estwick, vibes.
    Evidence, from We See, id.
    The Gleam, Steve Lacy Sextet, The Gleam, Silkheart 1987. Lacy; Irene Aebi, vox & violin; Potts; Avenel; Oliver Johnson, bass; Bobby Few, piano.
    Morning Joy, Steve Lacy Four, Morning Joy, hatART 1989. Lacy; Potts; Avenel; Johnson.
    Misterioso, from We See, id.
    Well You Needn’t, Thelonious Monk Quartet, Palo Alto, Impulse 2020. Monk; Charlie Rouse; Larry Gales; Ben Riley.
    Safar-e-Daroon, Gord Grdina’s The Marrow, Safar-e-Daroon. Gordon Grdina Music 2020. Grdina, oud; Josh Zubot-violin; Hank Roberts-cello; Mark Helias-bass; Hamin Honari-tombak, daf, frame drum
    Dumuzi’s Dream, Amir Elsaffar’s Two Rivers Ensemble, Inana. Pi Recordings, 2011.
    Lighting Flash, Amir Elsaffar’s Rivers of Sound, The Other Shore. Outnote Records, 2021. Jason Adasiewicz vibraphone; Tareq Abboushi, buzuq; Naseem Alatrash, cello; Fabrizio Cassol, alto saxophone; Carlo De Rosa, acoustic bass; Amir ElSaffar, trumpet, santur, vocal; Dena El Saffar, violin/joza; John Escreet, piano; Ole Mathisen, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Tim Moore, dumbek, naqqarat, frame drums; Miles Okazaki, guitar; JD Parran, bass saxophone, clarinet; Mohamed Saleh, oboe, English horn; Rajna Swaminathan, mridangam; Zafer Tawil, oud, nay; Nasheet Waits, drums; George Ziadeh, oud.
    Pannonica, Hafez Modirzadeh, Facets. Pi Recordings 2021. Craig Taborn, piano; Modirzadeh, as.
    Forbidden Fruit, Joseph Tawadros, Hour of Separation, 2010. Enja Records 2010. Bendir, Percussion [Req] – James Tawadros; Double Bass – John Patitucci; Drums – Jack DeJohnette; Electric Guitar – John Abercrombie

  3. Audrey setlist 2/2/23

    Take It: Snarky Puppy, Bernward Wright, Michael League
    Honestly4: José Luis Santacruz, Jaco Pastorius, Pat Metheny, Marcus Miller, Joe Sample
    Mothership: Dwight Trible, Kamasi Washington
    Soul Dancing: Joey DeFrancesco
    Left Bank Express: Maynard Ferguson
    Back Seat Betty + Shout: Miles Davis
    I Am The Walrus: Lol Coxhill
    In A Mellotone: Bob Cooper Snooky Young Sextet
    Loverman: Lol Coxhill
    Opening Act: Jayne Cortez and The Firespitters
    Intro and Hungerford: Lol Coxhill
    Evolution Revolution: The Headhunters
    Exalted Kingdom (Live): Randy Klein, Alex Skotnik
    Five Drops: Brand X, Marc Wagnon, John Goodsall
    Maulana: Herbie Hancock
    I See Chano Pozo: Jayne Cortez and The Firespitters
    You Fascinate Me: The Offs

    Stephe DK setlist 1/27/23

    Steve Lacy- Number One
    Billy Cobham- Quadrant 4
    Johnny Griffin- Mil Dew
    Dexter Gordon- For Regulars Only
    Sonny Rollins- Paul’s Pal
    Keith Jarrett- Forget your Memories (and they’ll Remember you)
    Hamp & Getz- Cherokee
    Jimmy Lyons/ Sunny Murray- Sea Treas
    Thelonius Monk- Nutty
    Babs Gonzales- Lullaby of the Doomed
    Charlie Parker- Everything Happens to Me
    Archie Shepp- Money Blues
    Albert Ayler- Holy Ghost
    Nina Simone- Black is the Color
    LaDonna Smith/ Davey Williams- It Should have been Obvious
    Ken Vandermark Momentum 2- Bruillt Part 3
    Ken McIntyre- Naomi
    Jeff Beck- Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
    15-60-75- Deaf in the Mind

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