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The Modern Jazz Radio Show is hosted by Philadelphia saxophonist Tom Tallitsch. It airs every Thursday from 8-10pm on Trenton/Princeton's WWFM 89.1 HD2. Listen online at jazzon2.org.

Visit Tom Tallitsch's blog for complete show audio archives and playlists.

You can join the blog or join the show's google group to receive a copy of the show and the playlist each week in your email.

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Recent Playlist

Hour One

Wayne Shorter - Smilin' Through - Beyond The Sound Barrier 2005 Verve - Wayne Shorter - Saxes, Brian Blade - Drums, John Pattituci - Bass

Charles Tolliver Big Band - On The Nile - Emperor March, (Live At The Bluenote) 2009 Half Note Records - Reggie Workman - Bass, Gene Jackson - Drums, Trumpets - Cameron Johnson, Michael Williams, Keyon Harrold, David Weiss, Trombones - Mike Dease, Jason Jackson, Stafford Hunter, Ernest Stewart, Aaron Johnson, Saxophones/Woodwinds - Bill Saxton, Bruce Williams, Todd Bashore, Billy Harper, Marcus Strickland, Jason Marshall, Piano - Stanley Cowell, Anthony Wonsey. Soloists - Marcus Strickland - Tenor, Stanley Cowell - Piano, Trumpet - Charles Tolliver

Jerry Bergonzi - Hank - Tenor Talk 2008 Savant Records - Jerry Bergonzi - Tenor, Dave Santoro - Bass, Andrea Michelutti - Drums, Renato Chico - Piano

Omar Sosa - Solstice - Across The Divide 2009 Half Note (Live at the Blue Note 2008) - Omar Sosa - Piano/Fender Rhodes/Samples, Childo Tomas - Bass, Marque Gilmore - Drums, Leandro Saint - Hill - Saxes/Woodwinds, David Gilmore - Guitars, Roman Diaz - Percussion,

Kurt Rosenwinkel - The Remedy - The Remedy Live @ The Village Vanguard 2008 Artist Share - Kurt Rosenwinkel - Guitar, Mark Turner - Tenor, Aaron Goldberg - Piano, Joe Martin - Bass, Eric Harland - Drums

Jaco Pastorius - Chromatic Fantasy/Blackbird - Word of Mouth 1981 Warner Bros. - Jaco Pastorius - Bass, Jack Dejohnette - Drums, Toots Thielmans - Harmonica, Herbie Hancock - Piano, Wayne Shorter - Sax, Peter Erskine - Drums, Michael Brecker - Tenor, Don Alias - Percussion/Drums

Hour two

Eddie Harris - Freedom Jazz Dance (The Original) - The In Sound/Mean Greens 1965 Rhino - Eddie Harris - Tenor, Ron Carter - Bass, Ray Barretto - Percussion, Cedar Walton - Piano, Ray Codrington - Tp.

David Liebman - Dark Lady - Sweet Hands 1975 A&M/Horizon - David Liebman - soprano saxophone, alto flute, Richie Beirach - piano,bell tree, John Abercrombie - guitar, Frank Tusa - acoustic bass, Jeff Williams - drums, Badal Roy - tabla, Don Alias - shaker

Keith Jarrett - You And The Night And The Music - At The Deerhead Inn (Recorded at The Deer Head Inn, Allentown, Pennsylvania on September 16, 1992) 1994 ECM - Keith Jarrett - Piano, Gary Peacock - bass, Paul Motian - drums

Miroslav Vitous - Freedom Jazz Dance - Infinite Search 1970 Embryo/Collectables - Miroslav Vitous - bass, Joe Henderson - tenor saxophone, Herbie Hancock - piano, John McLaughlin - guitar, Jack DeJohnette & Joe Chambers - drums

Ben Patterson - I Thought You Should Know - Breathing Space 2008 Origin/OA2 - Ben Patterson - Piano, Jake Vinsel - Bass, Jon Deitemeyer - drums

Mark Turner - Jacky's Place - Dharma Days 2001 Warner Bros. - Mark Turner - Tenor, Kurt Rosenwinkel - Guitar, Reid Anderson - bass, Nasheet Waits - drums

Pat Metheny - Don't Know Why - One Quiet Night 2003 Warner Bros - Pat Metheny - Baritone Guitar

Miles Davis - Freedom Jazz Dance - Miles Smiles 1966 Sony - Miles Davis - Trumpet, Wayne Shorter - Tenor, Herbie Hancock - Piano, Ron Carter - Bass, Tony Williams - Drums

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