#JazzChurch 142 – Sunday, January 29, 2023

Today we listened to music by the Yellowjackets, Joey Calderazzo, Miroslav Vitous, Walt Weiskopf, Al Newman, Dexter Gordon, SFJAZZ Collective, George Benson, Danielle Ponder, Ben Sidran, Grace Kelly, Makaya McCraven, Kenny Barron, The Bobbettes, Roberta Flack, Kenny Wheeler, Terri Lyne Carrington, Donald Byrd, and Gil Scott-Heron.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 142 - Sunday, January 29, 2023
  1. Tortoise and the Hare – The Yellowjackets
  2. Mikell’s – Joey Calderazzo
  3. Freedom Jazz Dance – Miroslav Vitous
  4. Haunted Heart – Walt Weiskopf, Brad Mehldau, John Patitucci & Clarence Penn
  5. Stepdown – Al Newman
  6. Stablemates – Dexter Gordon
  7. Development – Sfjazz Collective
  8. The Borgia Stick – George Benson
  9. Some Of Us Are Brave – Danielle Ponder
  10. A Change Is Gonna Come – Herbie Hancock & James Morrison
  11. This Life – Kendra Morris
  12. 100 Days, 100 Nights – Chris Hazelton’s Boogaloo 7
  13. Backlash – Freddie Hubbard
  14. One For Daddy-O – Cannonball Adderley
  15. Laura – Ben Sidran
  16. Trying to Figure It Out – Grace Kelly
  17. Lullaby – Makaya McCraven
  18. What If – Kenny Barron
  19. Mr. Lee – The Bobbettes
  20. Reverend Lee – Roberta Flack
  21. Drum Song Dub – Scientist
  22. Hotel Le Hot – Kenny Wheeler
  23. Transformation – Terri Lyne Carrington
  24. Vildgolia (Deaf, Dumb & Blind) – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
  25. Change (Makes You Want to Hustle) – Donald Byrd
  26. The Other Side, Part I – Gil Scott-Heron
  27. The Other Side, Part II – Gil Scott-Heron
  28. The Other Side, Part III – Gil Scott-Heron
  29. Mr. Thomas – Donald Byrd

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#JazzChurch 141 - Sunday, 1/22/2023

Today we listened to music by the Yellowjackets, Alice Coltrane, Art Blakey, Hank Mobley, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Takuya Kuroda, Carla Bley, Geri Allen, Dave Holland & Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove Quintet, LaBelle, Cheryl Lynn, and Chic.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 141 - Sunday, January 22, 2023
  1. Man Facing North – Yellowjackets
  2. Blue Nile – Alice Coltrane
  3. El Swing – Hudson
  4. So Tired – Art Blakey
  5. 3rd Time Around – Hank Mobley
  6. Blue Moon – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
  7. Blue Daniel – Cannonball Adderley Quintet
  8. Mala – Takuya Kuroda
  9. Lawns – Carla Bley
  10. La Femme d’argent – Air
  11. Timeline – Yellowjackets
  12. Autumn Leaves – Eva Cassidy
  13. I’m Gonna Tell You This Story One More Time – BΓ©la Fleck & The Marcus Roberts Trio
  14. Karibu – Henry Franklin, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad
  15. Fire in Detroit – Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad
  16. Unconditional Love – Geri Allen, Dave Holland & Jack DeJohnette
  17. Edith and the Kingpin – Herbie Hancock
  18. On the Other Hand – Michel Camilo
  19. Sandstone – Yellowjackets
  20. Bacchus – Galactic
  21. Bad Habit – Steve Lacy
  22. Once Forgotten (Pamela Watson) – Roy Hargrove Quintet
  23. Chameleon – LaBelle
  24. Gypsy Moths – LaBelle
  25. Going Down Makes Me Shiver – LaBelle
  26. Come Into My Life – LaBelle
  27. Lady Marmalade – LaBelle
  28. Got to Be Real – Cheryl Lynn
  29. Good Times – Chic

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#JazzChurch 139 - Sunday, January 8, 2023

Today we listened to music by John Coltrane, Chet Baker, John McLaughlin, Nicholas Payton, Omara Portuondo, Donny McCaslin, Kenny Barron, Kirk Franklin, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Lady Alma & The Rainmakers, The Esquires, The Friends of Distinction, JosΓ© Feliciano, Luther Vandross, and Jimmy Cliff.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 139 - Sunday, January 8, 2023
  1. Equinox – John Coltrane
  2. 26-2 – John Coltrane
  3. Autumn Leaves – Chet Baker
  4. Little Miss Valley – John McLaughlin
  5. Jazz is a Four-Letter Word – Nicholas Payton
  6. Juramento – Omara Portuondo
  7. Drift – Donny McCaslin
  8. Aquele Frevo AxΓ© – The Kenny Barron Quintet
  9. Christmas Song – Kurt Rosenwinkel
  10. Evergreen Girl – Dmitri Matheny
  11. Love Theory – Kirk Franklin
  12. Where the Rain Begins – Tom Harrell
  13. Lady Alma Let it Rain – In Loving Memory of My Little Brother GG
  14. Get On Up – The Esquires
  15. Going To a Go-Go – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
  16. Shop Around – The Miracles
  17. Grazing In the Grass – The Friends of Distinction
  18. Devil’s Gun – C.J. & Co.
  19. Heart of Glass – Blondie
  20. Straight Up – Paula Abdul
  21. Light My Fire – JosΓ© Feliciano
  22. Walking On Sunshine ‘82 – Rockers Revenge
  23. Never Too Much – Luther Vandross
  24. You Can Get It If You Really Want – Jimmy Cliff
  25. Lonesome Mood – The Friends of Distinction
  26. Higher Ground – Shameka Dwight
  27. Get Up – Amel Larrieux
  28. A House Is Not A Home – Luther Vandross
  29. Change Agent – Gary Willis

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#JazzChurch 138 – Sunday, January 1, 2023

Today we listened to music by SFJAZZ Collective, Wynton Marsalis, John Coltrane Quartet, Miles Davis, Ron Carter, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Herbie Hancock, Karrin Allyson, Gene Chandler, The Isley Brothers, The Miracles, Smokey Robinson, Michael Jackson, Lakeside, Force M.D.’s, and Marcus Miller.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 138 - Sunday, January 1, 2023
  1. Lingala – SFJAZZ Collective
  2. Delfeayo’s Dilemma – Wynton Marsalis
  3. Welcome – John Coltrane Quartet
  4. Autumn Leaves – Miles Davis
  5. Third Plane – Ron Carter
  6. Game – Woody Shaw
  7. November 15 – Kenny Garrett
  8. Blossom – Nicholas Payton
  9. 49th Parallel – Neil Swainson Quintet
  10. What a Friend We Have in Jesus – Joey Alexander
  11. I Been β€˜Buked – Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
  12. I Wanna Be Ready – Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
  13. That Old Black Magic – Herbie Hancock
  14. 117 Special – Ron Carter
  15. Elegant People – Jaco Pastorius Big Band/Gerald Veasley
  16. Way Down Below – Karrin Allyson
  17. Cheryl – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
  18. Afro Blues – Unicam Jazz Quartet
  19. Lawra – Ron Carter
  20. Duke of Earl – Gene Chandler
  21. This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak For You) – The Isley Brothers
  22. You’ve Really Got a Hold On Me – The Miracles
  23. Tracks of My Tears – Smokey Robinson
  24. Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) – Michael Jackson
  25. Fantastic Voyage – Lakeside
  26. Walking into Sunshine – Force M.D.’s
  27. I’ll Be There – Marcus Miller

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#JazzChurch 137 – Sunday, December 11, 2022

Today we listened to music by Art Blakey, Bobby Watson, Nicholas Payton, Poncho Sanchez, Kirk Franklin, Rev. James Cleveland, Miguel ZenΓ³n, The Flamingos, Mary J. Blige, Dexter Gordon, Sounds of Blackness, Ramsey Lewis Trio, Herbie Hancock.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 137 - Sunday, December 11, 2022
  1. Moanin’ – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
  2. King Tut Strut – Will Calhoun
  3. Nubian Breakdown – Bobby Watson
  4. Feed the Fire – Nicholas Payton
  5. Folk Song – Tom Harrell
  6. Speak Softly Love – Joey DeFrancesco
  7. Re: Person I Knew – Bill Evans Trio
  8. One for Majid – Keith Jarrett Trio
  9. Silver’s Seranade – Poncho Sanchez
  10. Flamenco Sketches – Bobby Watson
  11. Armor of Pride – Black Art Jazz Collective
  12. Something’s Got a Hold On Me – John Scofield
  13. Love Theory – Kirk Franklin
  14. I Don’t Feel Noways Tired – Rev. James Cleveland
  15. Tainos y Caribes – Miguel ZenΓ³n
  16. Pinocchio – Nicholas Payton
  17. La Comparsa – Marialy Pacheco & Miguel ZenΓ³n
  18. Stamina – Victor Lewis
  19. OpresiΓ³n y RevoluciΓ³n – Miguel ZenΓ³n
  20. I Only Have Eyes for You – The Flamingos
  21. Family Affair – Mary J. Blige
  22. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Dexter Gordon
  23. We Three Kings – Bill Augustine & Malcolm Cecil
  24. Soul Holidays – Sounds of Blackness
  25. Here Comes Santa Claus – Ramsey Lewis Trio
  26. Deck the Halls – Herbie Hancock

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Learning About The Black Codes via ChatGPT

I had an amiable chat about an aspect of Black and American history with ChatGPT. No defensiveness. Just answers. I like how one answer led me to ask more questions!

What were the black codes?

The Black Codes were laws passed by Southern states in the United States after the Civil War to restrict the rights of newly-freed Black slaves. These laws were intended to ensure that Black people remained a cheap source of labor, despite having been formally freed from slavery. The Black Codes varied from state to state, but they generally restricted the rights of Black people to own property, enter into contracts, testify in court against white people, and move freely within the state. They also made it a crime for Black people to be unemployed or to engage in certain types of work, such as selling goods on the street. These laws were widely seen as a way for Southern states to continue to oppress Black people, even after the end of slavery.

Which states passed the black codes?

The Black Codes were passed by Southern states in the United States after the Civil War. These states included Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The specific laws and provisions of the Black Codes varied from state to state, but they all had the effect of restricting the rights of newly-freed Black slaves and ensuring that they remained a cheap source of labor.

Was there resistance to these laws?

Yes, there was resistance to the Black Codes. Many Black people and abolitionists opposed the Black Codes, seeing them as a way for Southern states to continue to oppress Black people and maintain a system of racial hierarchy. In response to the Black Codes, the federal government passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866, which granted citizenship and equal protection under the law to all persons born in the United States, including Black people. This law was intended to override the Black Codes and ensure that Black people had the same rights as white people. However, Southern states continued to pass laws that effectively disenfranchised Black people and limited their rights, leading to the need for further federal intervention, including the passage of the 14th and 15th Amendments to the Constitution.

How were blacks treated in those states?

Black people were treated unfairly and unjustly in the Southern states that passed the Black Codes. These laws were intended to restrict the rights of Black people and ensure that they remained a cheap source of labor, despite having been formally freed from slavery. The Black Codes made it illegal for Black people to own property, enter into contracts, testify in court against white people, and move freely within the state. They also made it a crime for Black people to be unemployed or to engage in certain types of work, such as selling goods on the street. These laws were widely seen as a way for Southern states to continue to oppress Black people, even after the end of slavery. Additionally, Black people in these states were often subjected to violence, discrimination, and segregation, and they had limited access to education, healthcare, and other basic necessities.

What types of violence? Do you have examples?

Black people in the Southern states that passed the Black Codes were often subjected to various forms of violence, including lynching, beatings, and other forms of physical abuse. For example, in 1868, a Black man named Anthony Crawford was lynched in Abbeville, South Carolina after he was accused of insulting a white man. In 1873, a Black man named Calelon Perkins was lynched in Madison Parish, Louisiana after he was accused of “impudence” to a white man. These incidents were not uncommon, and Black people in the South often lived in fear of being attacked or killed because of their race.

How were black women treated?

Black women were treated unfairly and unjustly in the Southern states that passed the Black Codes. Like Black men, they were subject to the restrictions and limitations imposed by these laws, which were intended to ensure that they remained a cheap source of labor. Black women were also often subjected to violence and discrimination, and they had limited access to education, healthcare, and other basic necessities. In addition, Black women faced unique challenges and forms of oppression, such as sexual violence and exploitation, that were not experienced by white women or Black men. Black women in the South often had to work long hours in difficult and dangerous conditions, and they were paid very little for their labor. They also faced barriers to political participation and were often excluded from decision-making processes that affected their lives. Despite these challenges, Black women in the South were active in the fight for equality and civil rights, and they played a key role in organizing resistance to the Black Codes and other forms of oppression.

Examples of resistance by black women?

Black women in the Southern states that passed the Black Codes were active in resisting these laws and fighting for equality and civil rights. One example of this resistance is the work of Ida B. Wells, an activist, journalist, and leader of the suffrage movement. Wells was born into slavery in Mississippi in 1862, but she was freed by the Emancipation Proclamation when she was still a baby. She became a teacher and later a journalist, and she used her writing to expose the horrors of lynching and to advocate for the rights of Black people. She also organized boycotts, petition drives, and other forms of activism to challenge segregation and discrimination. Another example of resistance by Black women is the work of Fannie Lou Hamer, a civil rights activist and leader of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Hamer was born into poverty in Mississippi and worked as a sharecropper, but she became active in the civil rights movement after attending a voter registration workshop in 1962. She organized voter registration drives, boycotts, and other forms of activism, and she was arrested and beaten on several occasions for her activism. Hamer was also a key figure in the 1964 Democratic National Convention, where she challenged the segregationist policies of the Mississippi Democratic Party. These are just a few examples of the many Black women who resisted the Black Codes and fought for equality and civil rights in the South.

How and when did the codes end?

The Black Codes were ended by federal intervention and the passage of civil rights legislation. In response to the Black Codes, the federal government passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866, which granted citizenship and equal protection under the law to all persons born in the United States, including Black people. This law was intended to override the Black Codes and ensure that Black people had the same rights as white people. However, Southern states continued to pass laws that effectively disenfranchised Black people and limited their rights, leading to the need for further federal intervention. In 1868, the 14th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, which granted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the United States and prohibited states from denying any person the equal protection of the laws. In 1870, the 15th Amendment was ratified, which prohibited states from denying the right to vote based on race, color, or previous condition of servitude. Together, these amendments and other federal laws effectively ended the Black Codes and ensured that Black people had the same rights and protections as white people.

Did Black people have the same rights and protections as white people after the Codes ended?

No, Black people did not have the same rights and protections as white people after the Black Codes were ended. Despite the passage of federal laws and amendments that were intended to grant Black people the same rights and protections as white people, Southern states continued to pass laws and policies that effectively disenfranchised Black people and limited their rights. This included the use of literacy tests, poll taxes, and other measures that were designed to prevent Black people from voting. It also included the segregation of public schools, hospitals, and other institutions, which effectively denied Black people access to the same educational, healthcare, and other opportunities as white people. Additionally, Black people in the South were often subjected to violence and discrimination, and they had limited access to justice and legal recourse. As a result, Black people continued to face significant challenges and barriers to equality long after the Black Codes were ended.

What music played a part of opposition to the codes?

Music played a significant role in the opposition to the Black Codes and the fight for civil rights in the United States. Many songs were written and performed during this time that expressed the struggles and aspirations of Black people, and these songs were often used as anthems of resistance and protest. For example, the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing” was written by James Weldon Johnson in 1900 as a tribute to Abraham Lincoln on the occasion of Lincoln’s birthday. It was later adopted as the official song of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and it became known as the “Black national anthem.” Other songs that were popular during this time included “We Shall Overcome,” “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Round,” and “Keep Your Eyes on the Prize.” These songs were often performed at civil rights protests, meetings, and other gatherings, and they helped to inspire and mobilize people to take action against the Black Codes and other forms of oppression.

How about jazz?

Jazz is a musical genre that originated in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is characterized by its use of improvisation, syncopated rhythms, and a wide range of musical influences, including European classical music, African-American spirituals, and blues. Jazz developed in the African-American communities of New Orleans and other cities, and it quickly became popular among both Black and white audiences. In the early 20th century, jazz musicians began to migrate to larger cities, such as Chicago and New York, where they played in clubs, theaters, and other venues. Jazz music was a key part of the cultural and artistic movements of the time, and it played a role in the opposition to the Black Codes and the fight for civil rights. Many jazz musicians, including Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Ella Fitzgerald, used their music to express the struggles and aspirations of Black people, and their performances often served as a form of political protest and resistance.

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#JazzChurch 136 – Sunday, December 4, 2022

Today we celebrated Jaco Pastorius’ birthday by listening to some of his music. We also listened to music by Russell Gunn, Al Foster, Miles Davis, John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman, Eastern Rebellion, Art Blakey, Wayne Shorter, Horace Silver, Richie Havens, Lakeside, and Lady Alma. Finally, I played two songs from my Friday gig with Jay’s No One Left Behind Hard Bop Quintet.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 136 - Sunday, December 4, 2022
  1. Nardis – Russell Gunn
  2. Brandyn – Al Foster
  3. Continuum – Jaco Pastorius
  4. Mr. Pastorius – Miles Davis
  5. Autumn Serenade – John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman
  6. The Naked Camera – John Beasley
  7. Just Now – Michel Camilo
  8. We’ve Come This Far by Faith – Rev. Milton Biggham
  9. We Three Kings – Eastern Rebellion
  10. Cranky Spanky – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
  11. Soulful Mister Timmons – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
  12. Witch Hunt – Wayne Shorter
  13. Senor Blues – Horace Silver
  14. Soul Leo – Jay’s No One Left Behind Hard Bop Quintet
  15. Donna Lee – Jaco Pastorius
  16. Continuum – Jaco Pastorius
  17. The Days of Wine and Roses – BirΓ©li LagrΓ¨ne & Jaco Pastorius
  18. (Used to Be A) Cha-Cha – Jaco Pastorius
  19. Liberty City – Jaco Pastorius
  20. Mr. Pastorius – George Mraz
  21. Nobody Left To Crown – Richie Havens
  22. Inside Of Him – Richie Havens
  23. The Klan – Richie Havens
  24. Jody Grind – Jay’s No One Left Behind Hard Bop Quintet
  25. Every Breath You Take – The Police
  26. Unchain My Heart – Henry Franklin, Robert Turner & Carl Burnett
  27. Easier Said Than Done – Thee Sacred Souls
  28. Fantastic Voyage – Lakeside
  29. Let It Fall (Harlum Mix) – Lady Alma & The Rainmakers
  30. Let It Fall (Live in Philly) – Lady Alma

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#JazzChurch 135 – Sunday, November 27, 2022

Today we listened to Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley, Kenny Drew Jr., Ron Carter, Mahalia Jackson, Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin, Terri Lyne Carrington, Michael Weiss, Black/Note, Richie Havens, Sade, Makaya McCraven, Morris Day, Jazzanova, and George Benson.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 135 - Sunday, November 27, 2022
  1. Brandyn – Scolohofo
  2. Gingerbread Boy – Miles Davis
  3. Chasing the Bird – Booker Little & Donald Byrd
  4. Autumn Leaves – Cannonball Adderley
  5. Bloodcount – Kenny Drew Jr.
  6. Flamenco Sketches – Ron Carter
  7. It Is Well with My Soul – Mahalia Jackson
  8. Let Us Go Into the House of the Lord – Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin
  9. Day Is Done – Terri Lyne Carrington, John Patitucci & Lewis Porter
  10. Long Gone – Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride & Brian Blade
  11. November Afternoon – Philly Joe Jones, Eddie Shaughnessy, Booker Little & Mal Waldron
  12. November 15 – Kenny Garrett
  13. November – Ben Wendel
  14. They Can’t Take That Away From Me – Billie Holiday
  15. Carnaval Sem Assunto – Tenorio Jr.
  16. Orient Express – Michael Weiss
  17. Introspection – Black/Note
  18. Freedom – Richie Havens
  19. Teru – Wayne Shorter
  20. Green Tea Farm – Hiromi
  21. Malibu Manouche – Neil Andersson
  22. Going Up – Snorre Kirk & Stephen Riley
  23. Sorceress (for Chick) – Mark de Clive-Lowe
  24. The Sweetest Taboo – Sade
  25. Ms. Baja – Kenny Garrett
  26. Black Rhythm Happening – Makaya McCraven
  27. The Bird – Morris Day
  28. Jungle Love – Morris Day
  29. Believer – Jazzanova
  30. Give Me the Night – George Benson

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#JazzChurch 134 - Sunday, November 20, 2022

Today we listened to Gary Bartz, Orrin Evans, Donny Hathaway, Avishai Cohen, Eric Dolphy, Victor Lewis, Wayne Shorter, Joe Lovano, Michael Weiss, Kevin Eubanks, Herlin Riley, Clifford Brown, James Brown, The Spinners, Michael Jackson, and The Whispers.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 134 - Sunday, November 20, 2022
  1. Music Is My Sanctuary – Gary Bartz
  2. Blues Connotation – Orrin Evans
  3. Easy Now – Orrin Evans
  4. Sack Full of Dreams – Donny Hathaway
  5. Bass Suite, No. 1 – Avishai Cohen
  6. On Green Dolphin Street – Eric Dolphy Quintet
  7. Eeeyyess! – Victor Lewis
  8. Infant Eyes – Wayne Shorter
  9. Six and Four – Joe Lovano Quartet
  10. Jitterbug Waltz – Michael Weiss
  11. What’s Going On – Kevin Eubanks
  12. I Waited For You – Joe Lovano
  13. New Direction – Herlin Riley
  14. Vulnerability – Victor Lewis
  15. Joy Spring – Clifford Brown
  16. Monk’s Mood – Joe Lovano
  17. Isto Aqui O Que E – Daniela Spielmann
  18. I’m All For You – Joe Lovano Quartet
  19. Bird Life – Herlin Riley
  20. Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag – James Brown
  21. Working My Way Back to You – The Spinners
  22. Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson
  23. Rock With You – Michael Jackson
  24. Off The Wall – Michael Jackson
  25. And the Beat Goes On – The Whispers

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#JazzChurch 133 – Sunday, November 13, 2022

Today we listened to The Eric Byrd Trio, Weather Report, Donald Byrd, Orrin Evans, Marcus Miller, Herbie Hancock, Kamasi Washington, Doug Carn, Celia Cruz, Vanessa Zamora, Roy Hargrove & Mulgrew Miller, Steve Davis, Pat Metheny, Robert Glasper, James Brown, and Tower Of Power.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 133 - Sunday, November 13, 2022
  1. Sunday Mo’nin Chu’ch – The Eric Byrd Trio
  2. Havona – Weather Report
  3. Mr. Thomas – Donald Byrd
  4. The Answer – Orrin Evans
  5. South Paw – Dick Oatts & Dave Santoro Quartet
  6. The Energy of Life – Matthew Halsall
  7. Dreamgliding – Rufus Reid Quintet
  8. I Want Jesus to Walk with Me – The Eric Byrd Trio
  9. Blast – Marcus Miller
  10. Where Are We Going? – Donald Byrd
  11. 4 A.M. – Herbie Hancock
  12. Connections – Kamasi Washington
  13. Revelation – Doug Carn
  14. Infant Eyes – Doug Carn
  15. Contemplation – Doug Carn
  16. Jihad – Doug Carn
  17. Little B’s Poem – Doug Carn
  18. La Mentira – Alvaro Carrillo
  19. Cuando Estoy Contigo – Celia Cruz
  20. Hola Soledad – Las Notas del Alma
  21. Querida Amiga – Mexican Music Factory
  22. QuizΓ‘s, QuizΓ‘s, QuizΓ‘s – Celia Cruz
  23. Malas Amistades – Vanessa Zamora
  24. Jane’s Theme – Larry Fuller, Hassan Shakur & Lewis Nash
  25. Gentle Thoughts – Herbie Hancock
  26. Blues for Mr. Hill – Roy Hargrove & Mulgrew Miller
  27. Encouragement – Steve Davis
  28. Midwestern Nights Dream – Pat Metheny
  29. F.T.B. – Robert Glasper
  30. Get On The Good Foot – James Brown
  31. What Is Hip? – Tower Of Power

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#JazzChurch 132 – Sunday, November 6, 2022

Today we listened to Stephen Scott, Charles Lloyd, Sonny Rollins, Steve Kuhn, Roderick Harper, Ron Carter & Houston Person, Jim Rotondi, Dick Oatts, Victor Lewis, Donny Hathaway, Alice Coltrane, Gil Scott-Heron, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Paul Simon.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 132 - Sunday, November 6, 2022
  1. Renaissance Suite: 3. The Revolution – Stephen Scott
  2. Kuan Yin – Charles Lloyd
  3. Without A Song – Sonny Rollins
  4. Seven Steps to Heaven – Ron Carter
  5. In Your Own Sweet Way – Steve Kuhn
  6. Rubicon Song – Roderick Harper
  7. Bemsha Swing – Ron Carter & Houston Person
  8. John S. – Sonny Rollins
  9. I Hear Music – Chaka Khan, Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard & Lenny White
  10. A Higher Calling – Jim Rotondi, David Hazeltine, Eric Alexander, Joe Farnsworth & John Webber
  11. What’s new – Dick Oatts
  12. 117 Special – Ron Carter
  13. Alter Ego – Victor Lewis
  14. Voice Inside (Everything Is Everything) – Donny Hathaway
  15. Lord Help Me to Be – Alice Coltrane
  16. Lord Help Me – Donny Hathaway
  17. Doom – Ron Carter
  18. Winter In America - Single – Gil Scott-Heron
  19. God Bless The Child – Sonny Rollins
  20. That’s the Way of the World – Earth, Wind & Fire
  21. The Ghetto – Donny Hathaway
  22. Someday We’ll All Be Free – Donny Hathaway
  23. Is That Jazz? – Gil Scott-Heron
  24. Wristband – Paul Simon
  25. Jaramillo Blues (For Virginia and Danny) – Charles Lloyd

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#JazzChurch 131 – Sunday, October 30, 2022

Today we listened to Orrin Evans, Freddie Hubbard, Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Tom Harrell, Orrin Evans, Eric Dolphy, Hugh Masekela, Jaco Pastorius, Wayne Shorter, Ralph Peterson, Betty Carter, The Tokens, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, and the Black Eyed Peas.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 131 - Sunday, October 30, 2022
  1. Blues Connotation – Orrin Evans
  2. Birdlike – Freddie Hubbard
  3. Sack O’ Woe – Cannonball Adderley Quintet
  4. Where the Rain Begins – Tom Harrell
  5. Easy Now – Orrin Evans
  6. Out There – Eric Dolphy
  7. Inner Crisis – Hugh Masekela
  8. Crisis – Jaco Pastorius
  9. Armageddon – Wayne Shorter
  10. The Art of War – Ralph Peterson
  11. Mace & Grenades – Hugh Masekela
  12. I Will Love Thee – Wilmington Chester Mass Choir
  13. Ashes to Ashes – Joe Sample
  14. Autumn Leaves – Cannonball Adderley
  15. Renaissance Suite: 4. With The Least Bit Of Hope – Stephen Scott
  16. Where Or When – Ella Fitzgerald
  17. I Left My Heart In San Francisco – Bobby Womack
  18. Father Time – Wynton Marsalis
  19. Rasquache – Diego Rivera
  20. All Or Nothing At All – Betty Carter
  21. The Road Less Traveled – Joe Sample
  22. Weirdo – Charlie Rouse
  23. Silver’s Seranade – Poncho Sanchez
  24. Continuum – Jaco Pastorius
  25. The Lion Sleeps Tonight – The Tokens
  26. I Heard It Through the Grapevine – Gladys Knight & The Pips
  27. Across 110th Street – Bobby Womack
  28. Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
  29. I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas
  30. September – Earth, Wind & Fire

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#JazzChurch 130 – Sunday, October 23, 2022

Today we listened to Pharoah Sanders, Donald Vega, Ray Vega, Keter Betts, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Samara Joy, Roy Hargrove, Buster Williams, Joe Henderson, Hugh Masekela, Victor Lewis, The Isley Brothers, Frank Sinatra, Roger Miller, Betty Wright, and James Brown.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 130 - Sunday, October 23, 2022
  1. Love – Pharoah Sanders
  2. Morning Prayer – Pharoah Sanders
  3. Liberty City – Swiss Jazz Orchestra
  4. Nigerian Marketplace – Oscar Peterson
  5. Contemplation – Donald Vega
  6. Contemplation – Ray Vega
  7. Spur of the Moment – Keter Betts
  8. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me – Billie Holiday
  9. I Didn’t Know What Time It Was – Sarah Vaughan
  10. I Could Write a Book – Ella Fitzgerald
  11. ‘Round Midnight – Samara Joy
  12. Nothing Serious – Roy Hargrove
  13. I Didn’t Know What Time It Was – Billie Holiday
  14. I Didn’t Know What Time It Was – Buster Williams
  15. Renaissance – Corea, Clarke & White
  16. Maiden Voyage – Stephen Scott
  17. Del Mar Hasta la Cordillera – Dispersiones Sonoras
  18. Stranger – Ginge
  19. Black Narcissus – Joe Henderson
  20. If There’s Anybody Out There – Hugh Masekela
  21. Vulnerability – Victor Lewis
  22. Milestones (Alternate Take) – Miles Davis
  23. Work to Do – The Isley Brothers
  24. That’s Life – Frank Sinatra
  25. King Of The Road – Roger Miller
  26. Nobody but You – Lil’ Bob & the Lollipops
  27. Clean Up Woman – Betty Wright
  28. From Creation – Thievery Corporation
  29. Soul Power – James Brown

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#JazzChurch 129 β€” Sunday, October 16, 2022

In this episode, we honored Roy Hargrove on his birthday and listened to Ameen Saleem, Erykah Badu, Kenny Garrett, Jazzmeia Horn, Bobby Watson, John Coltrane Quartet, Cedar Walton, Carla Bley, Etta James, Betty Carter, Samara Joy, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, and Cyrus Chestnut.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 129 - Sunday, October 16, 2022
  1. A Shade Of Jade – Roy Hargrove Quintet
  2. Passion Dance – Roy Haynes
  3. My Shining Hour – Roy Hargrove Quintet
  4. Book’s Bossa – Roy Hargrove
  5. Dexterity – Christian McBride, Roy Hargrove & Stephen Scott
  6. Roy Hargrove Quintet ‘Top Of My Head’ Live Studio Session – KNKX Public Radio
  7. O My Seh Yeh – Roy Hargrove
  8. Possibilities – Ameen Saleem
  9. How I Know – Roy Hargrove
  10. Think Twice – Erykah Badu featuring Roy Hargrove
  11. Hargrove – Kenny Garrett
  12. Up Above My Head – Jazzmeia Horn
  13. Dear Lord – Bobby Watson
  14. Spiritual (Live at Village Vanguard 1961) – John Coltrane Quartet
  15. Ginger Bread Boy – Bobby Watson
  16. Theme For Jobim – Cedar Walton
  17. Eiderdown – John Scofield, Steve Swallow & Bill Stewart
  18. Sway – Julian Vaughn
  19. Nonqonqo – Somi
  20. Talking Hearts – Carla Bley
  21. Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be) – Etta James
  22. Joshua – Bernard Purdie
  23. Lover Man – Betty Carter
  24. Someone To Watch Over Me – Samara Joy
  25. Oren (Pray) – Gonzalo Rubalcaba
  26. House of the Rising Sun – Somi
  27. Soul Food – Cyrus Chestnut

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#JazzChurch 128 – Sunday, October 9, 2022

In this episode, we listened to John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Gerald Wilson, Archie Shepp, Joe Henderson, Mulgrew Miller, Elvin Jones, Bill Evans, Cedar Walton, Roy Hargrove, Robert Glasper, Stephen Scott, Mark Turner, Nicholas Payton, KRS-One, Free Nationals, Kraak & Smaak, and Digable Planets.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 128 - Sunday, October 9, 2022
  1. Tunji – John Coltrane
  2. Soul-Leo – Mulgrew Miller
  3. Martha’s Prize – Cedar Walton
  4. Invitation – Roy Hargrove
  5. Rise and Shine – Robert Glasper
  6. Keiko’s Birthday March – Elvin Jones
  7. Hannibal – Miles Davis
  8. On Green Dolphin Street – Bill Evans
  9. So Near, So Far – Joe Henderson
  10. So What – Gerald Wilson
  11. Amandla – Miles Davis
  12. Solitude – Stephen Scott
  13. Moment’s Notice – Mark Turner
  14. Minor Controversy – Cedar Walton
  15. Mr. Pastorius – Miles Davis
  16. Blues For Donald Duck – Archie Shepp
  17. Book’s Bossa – Roy Hargrove
  18. Seven Steps To Heaven – Miles Davis
  19. People Make the World Go Round – Nicholas Payton
  20. MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know – KRS-One
  21. Obituaries – Free Nationals
  22. Sommeron – Kraak & Smaak
  23. Time – Free Nationals, Mac Miller & Kali Uchis
  24. 24HR Fling – Kraak & Smaak
  25. Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) – Digable Planets

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#JazzChurch 127 - Sunday, October 2, 2022

In this episode, we listened to Pharoah Sanders, Alice Coltrane, Terri Lyne Carrington, Chico Hamilton Quintet, Richie Havens, Charles Lloyd, Art Hirahara, Roderick Harper, Jessica Williams, Kate McGarry, Timmy Thomas, Kraak & Smaak, Prince, and Prince Kaybee.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 127 - Sunday, October 2, 2022
  1. Yemenja – Pharoah Sanders
  2. Ptah, The El Daoud – Alice Coltrane
  3. Our Roots (Began In Africa) – Pharoah Sanders
  4. The Ring – Kenny Garrett
  5. Throw It Away – Terri Lyne Carrington, Melanie Charles, Somi & NΓͺgah Santos
  6. Theme from Spartacus – Ramsey Lewis Trio
  7. One for Majid – Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
  8. Unchanged – Terri Lyne Carrington
  9. Lady Gabor – Chico Hamilton Quintet
  10. San Francisco Bay Blues – Richie Havens
  11. San Francisco Holiday (Worry Later) – Thelonious Monk Quartet
  12. Jaramillo Blues (For Virginia and Danny) – Charles Lloyd
  13. Autumn Leaves – Orrin Evans
  14. Autumn In New York – Tom Harrell
  15. Ringo Oiwake – Art Hirahara
  16. Someday We’ll All Be Free – Roderick Harper
  17. Walk With Me – Alice Coltrane
  18. First GymnopΓ©die – Jessica Williams
  19. Mercy Street – Kate McGarry
  20. Why Can’t We Live Together – Timmy Thomas
  21. Don’t Want This to Be Over – Kraak & Smaak
  22. Kiss – Prince
  23. Ndimlo – Prince Kaybee

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#JazzChurch 126 - Sunday, September 25, 2022

This Sunday, we honored the great jazz musician, composer, and saxophonist Pharoah Sanders, who passed away on Saturday. We listened to some of his music and songs he performed with Alice Coltrane, John Coltrane, Charnett Moffett, and Kenny Garrett. We also listened to Lizz Wright, Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays, Gerald Wilson, John Patitucci, The Whispers, and Earth, Wind & Fire.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 126 - Sunday, September 25, 2022
  1. Lord, Help Me to Be – Alice Coltrane
  2. Astral Traveling – Pharoah Sanders
  3. Equinox – John Coltrane
  4. Creator Has A Master Plan, The - Part I – Pharoah Sanders
  5. The Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost – John Coltrane
  6. Thembi – Pharoah Sanders
  7. Morning Prayer – Pharoah Sanders
  8. Greetings to Idris – Pharoah Sanders
  9. Central Park West – Pharoah Sanders
  10. Music from Our Soul – Charnett Moffett
  11. Beyond the Wall – Kenny Garrett
  12. Mantra – Alice Coltrane
  13. I Want to Talk About You – Pharoah Sanders Quartet
  14. Love Is Everywhere – Pharoah Sanders
  15. Walk with Me, Lord – Lizz Wright
  16. September Fifteenth – Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays
  17. In Summer (EstatΓ©) – Roderick Harper
  18. September Sky – Gerald Wilson Orchestra
  19. Dry September – John Patitucci
  20. Walk With Me – The Whispers
  21. September – Earth, Wind & Fire

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#JazzChurch 125 – Sunday, September 18, 2022

This Sunday, we honored Ramsey Lewis who passed away this week. We also listened to Roy Hargrove, Bob James, John Patitucci, Kenny Barron, Betty Carter, Nancy Wilson, Kathleen Battle, Gail Pettis, Joni Mitchell, Dianne Reeves, Peter Gabriel, Herbie Hancock, Roy Ayers, Stevie Wonder, Isaac Hayes, and Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd Street Rythm Band.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 125 - Sunday, September 18, 2022
  1. September In the Rain – Roy Hargrove
  2. Westchester Lady – Bob James
  3. The One Step – John Patitucci, Vinnie Colaiuta & Bill Cunliffe
  4. Wanton Spirit – Kenny Barron
  5. September Song – Betty Carter
  6. Thinking – Janek Gwizdala
  7. The “In” Crowd – Ramsey Lewis Trio
  8. Wade In the Water – Ramsey Lewis
  9. All This Love – Ramsey Lewis & Nancy Wilson
  10. Gentle Persuasion – Ramsey Lewis & Nancy Wilson
  11. Steal Away – Kathleen Battle, Cyrus Chestnut, Ira Coleman & Grover Washington, Jr.
  12. I Told Jesus – Stanley Turrentine
  13. Hush (Somebody’s Calling My Name) – Kathleen Battle
  14. Ooh Child – Ramsey Lewis & Nancy Wilson
  15. The Very Thought of You – Gail Pettis
  16. Goodbye Porkpie Hat – Joni Mitchell
  17. Mean Old Man - Eric Scott Reed, Harvey Mason – Eric Scott Reed, Harvey Mason
  18. Ana Maria – John Patitucci, Vinnie Colaiuta & Bill Cunliffe
  19. Endangered Species – Dianne Reeves
  20. Northern Line – Janek Gwizdala
  21. Visa – John Patitucci
  22. Mercy Street – Peter Gabriel
  23. Mercy Street – Herbie Hancock
  24. Smooth Operator – Sade
  25. Sun Goddess feat. Ramsey Lewis – Earth, Wind & Fire
  26. Stoned Soul Picnic – Roy Ayers
  27. Pastime Paradise – Stevie Wonder
  28. Do Your Thing – Isaac Hayes
  29. Express Yourself – Charles Wright And The Watts 103rd Street Rythm Band
  30. Do Your Thing – Charles Wright And The Watts 103rd Street Rythm Band

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#JazzChurch 124 – Sunday, September 11, 2022

Today we listened to Sonny Rollins, Freddie Hubbard, Gary Bartz, Mike Stern, Charlie Haden, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, The New Life Community Choir, Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir, Idris Muhammad, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Mulgrew Miller, Isaac Hayes, and The Jackson 5.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 124 - Sunday, September 11, 2022
  1. Global Warming – Sonny Rollins
  2. Introductions – Sonny Rollins
  3. Where Or When – Sonny Rollins
  4. Sky Dive – Freddie Hubbard
  5. Flight Path – Gary Bartz
  6. These Times – Mike Stern
  7. American Dreams – Charlie Haden
  8. Prism – Charlie Haden
  9. America The Beautiful – Charlie Haden
  10. I Wanna Be Ready – Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
  11. Standing In the Need – The New Life Community Choir
  12. The Storm Is Passing Over – Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir
  13. Trouble Don’t LastAlways – Incognito & Carleen Anderson With Ramsey Lewis
  14. Piece of Mind – Idris Muhammad
  15. Never Can Say Goodbye – Dezron Douglas & Brandee Younger
  16. Clear Cut Boogie – Sonny Rollins
  17. Happy Birthday – Jaco Pastorius
  18. Close Your Eyes – Keith Jarrett
  19. Very Early – Chick Corea
  20. Joshua – Mulgrew Miller
  21. Waltse For Dave – Chick Corea, Harvey Mason
  22. I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself – Isaac Hayes
  23. Never Can Say Goodbye – The Jackson 5
  24. Irreplaceable – The Funky Lowlives
  25. September – Marcela Mangabeira

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#JazzChurch 123 – Sunday, September 4, 2022

Today we listened to Deodato, Lorenz Hargassner Quartet, Marcus Miller, Charlie Haden Quartet West, Bobby Watson, The Edwin Hawkins Singers, L.A. Mass Choir, Horace Silver, Diana Krall, Ellis Marsalis, Etta James, The Temptations, Irma Thomas, Tyrone Davis, Peaches & Herb, and Chic.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 123 - Sunday, September 4, 2022
  1. Also Sprach Zarathustra – Deodato
  2. September 1st – Lorenz Hargassner Quartet
  3. So What – Marcus Miller
  4. Lonely Woman – Charlie Haden Quartet West
  5. Windows – Chick Corea
  6. Black Scholars – James Williams
  7. Triumph – Ferenc Nemeth
  8. Live And Learn – Bobby Watson
  9. We Are Soldiers – Donald Malloy
  10. To My Father’s House – The Edwin Hawkins Singers
  11. Love Lifted Me – L.A. Mass Choir
  12. Lonely Woman – Horace Silver
  13. Pretty Eyes – Horace Silver
  14. Let’s Fall in Love – Diana Krall
  15. Have You Met Miss Jones? – Ellis Marsalis
  16. Body And Soul – Etta James
  17. Funk In Deep Freeze – Chet Baker
  18. uNongoma – Linda Sikhakhane
  19. Team Player – MCTUFF
  20. Homegrown – Rymden
  21. Smiling Faces Sometimes – The Temptations
  22. Time Is On My Side – Irma Thomas
  23. Turn Back the Hands of Time – Tyrone Davis
  24. Close Your Eyes – Peaches & Herb
  25. A Warm Summer Night – Chic

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On Finally Visiting β€œThe Mountain”

I used to imagine myself sitting on my deck and taking in an amazing view of the β€œRocky F$@%ing Mountains.”

It was just a joke. I had no intention of making it happen. Looking back, I did go to Denver for a job interview in my early days (β€œsalad days???”), but that played no role in my imagination.

Fast forward many years, and we’ve moved to Tacoma, WA, for my new job with Tacoma Power. We’re house-hunting again. We made a last-minute offer for a house we liked but lost out to higher bidders. So now we had to get serious about this house-hunting thing.

We finally identified a house that worked for us (not too big, nice neighborhood, good value, etc., etc., etc., yadda yadda yadda, blah blah blah). Before making an offer, I suggested my wife look at the other homes on our list, just in case.

I’m in the office when my iPhone buzzes. β€œCan you come right now to see this house?” β€œI’m working right now. Can I come later today or tomorrow?” There was a sense of urgency in her voice, so I said, β€œI’m on my way.”

GPS is fantastic, by the way, and I made it to the correct address. I drove up the driveway and parked. I went up the front stairs (which are actually in the back?), and my wife started showing me around. She took me out on the deck, and there it was. Mount Rainier was out, in all her splendor. We could see some other mountains in the Cascade range, but β€œThe Mountain” was, well, splendiferous!

We weren’t looking for a β€œview home,” but the house was perfect for us in so many ways. We put in an offer, closed in a few weeks, and moved in after some renovations. It’s been a great place to live for the last 9+ years.

Fast forward to yesterday. We drove to The Mountain for the first time. Great seeing it up close and personal, not just through zooming in with my camera.

There it is. Not the β€œRocky _F$@%ing Mountains,” but superb in other respects. My wife has always loved living near the water, at least within driving distance of an ocean. The Rockies wouldn’t have been suitable for us, but we have a view of Commencement Bay and can drive to the Pacific Ocean whenever we want. Maybe that’ll be our next day trip?

Takeaways

  1. Sometimes what we imagine comes true in another form. It’s all good!
  2. The Mountain is hiding behind the haze today, presenting perhaps the #1 lesson of living in the Great PNW: Take advantage of the excellent weather now because you never know when it’ll be good again!
  3. The same idea applies in other realms. For example, go to that jam session because you never know when the next opportunity to play music with others will come around again. #lessonlearned and #workingonit!!!

#JazzChurch 122 - Sunday, August 28, 2022

Today we listened to Joey DeFrancesco, John McLaughlin, Makaya McCraven, Charles Earland, Roy Hargrove, Yellowjackets, Andy Middleton, Celia Cruz, Gipsy Kings, The Temptations, The Friends of Distinction, The Trammps, and The Whispers.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 122 - Sunday, August 28, 2022
  1. Witchcraft – Joey DeFrancesco
  2. Black Nile – Joey DeFrancesco
  3. Take the Coltrane – Elvin Jones, Joey DeFrancesco & John McLaughlin
  4. After the Rain – Elvin Jones, Joey DeFrancesco & John McLaughlin
  5. Crescent – John McLaughlin
  6. Zsiga – Makaya McCraven
  7. The Saga Of Harrison Crabfeathers – Brian Bromberg
  8. Y’outta Praise Him – Robert Glasper
  9. Cross of Gold – Darrell Grant
  10. More Today Than Yesterday – Charles Earland
  11. Drawn Away – Ben Wendel
  12. Hardgroove – Roy Hargrove
  13. Challenging Times – Yellowjackets
  14. I’ll Remember August – Andy Middleton feat. Ralph Towner & Dave Holland
  15. TΓΊ, Ven a MΓ­ – La Tana
  16. GuadamecΓ­ – Vicente Amigo
  17. Que Le Den Candela – Celia Cruz
  18. Volare – Gipsy Kings
  19. Bamboleo – Gipsy Kings
  20. Dulce Amor – Gondwana
  21. Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) – The Temptations
  22. I’ve Never Found a Girl (To Love Me Like You Do) – The Friends of Distinction
  23. I Really Hope You Do – The Friends of Distinction
  24. Sweet Young Thing Like You – The Friends of Distinction
  25. Going In Circles – The Friends of Distinction
  26. Lonesome Mood – The Friends of Distinction
  27. Disco Inferno – The Trammps
  28. And the Beat Goes On – The Whispers

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#JazzChurch 121 – Sunday, August 21, 2022

Today we listened to John Coltrane, Joe Lovano, Kris Funn, Dizzy Gillespie, Geoffrey Keezer, Nicholas Payton, Terence Blanchard, Diego Rivera, Betty Carter, Danilo Perez, John Scofield, Oregon, McCoy Tyner, Ameen Saleem, Bill Withers, Aretha Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 121 - Sunday, August 21, 2022
  1. Body and Soul – John Coltrane
  2. Reflections – Joe Lovano
  3. Thursday Night Prayer Meeting – Kris Funn
  4. A Night In Tunisia – Dizzy Gillespie And The United Nations Orchestra
  5. Refuge – Geoffrey Keezer
  6. Back to the Source – Nicholas Payton
  7. Footprints – Terence Blanchard
  8. Rasquache – Diego Rivera
  9. Close Your Eyes – Betty Carter
  10. Sea Journey – Gary Burton, Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow & Antonio SΓ‘nchez
  11. In Your Own Sweet Way – Kenny Drew Trio
  12. Body And Soul – Danilo Perez
  13. Alone Together – Cedar Walton, Ron Carter & Jack DeJohnette
  14. Spiritual Ideation – Gary Bartz, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge
  15. Jazz Is Dead – Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad
  16. Down Deep – Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Doug Carn
  17. Down D – John Scofield
  18. I’ll Remember August – Oregon
  19. New Orleans Stomp – McCoy Tyner
  20. “A” Theme – Ameen Saleem
  21. Lean on Me – Bill Withers
  22. Spirit in the Dark – Aretha Franklin
  23. Family Affair – Mary J. Blige
  24. Sunshower – Dr. Buzzard’s
  25. Here Comes That Sound – Toris Badic & Love De-Luxe

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#JazzChurch 120 – Sunday, August 14, 2022

Today we listened to Joe Lovano, Woody Shaw, James Moody, Terell Stafford, Diana Krall, Samara Joy, Janek Gwizdala, Meshell Ndegeocello, The Floaters, The Brothers Johnson, Peaches & Herb, The Commodores, Ohio Players, Parliament, and Luther Vandross.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 120 - Sunday, August 14, 2022
  1. I Can’t Get Started – Joe Lovano Quartet
  2. Lonnie’s Lament – Joe Lovano Quartet
  3. Little Willie Leaps – Joe Lovano Quartet
  4. Don’t Ever Leave Me – Joe Lovano
  5. Game – Woody Shaw
  6. East of the Sun – James Moody
  7. Open Our Clefs - The Gospel Eyes
  8. He Knows How Much You Can Bear – Terell Stafford
  9. Trouble Don’t Last Always – Incognito & Carleen Anderson With Ramsey Lewis
  10. East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) – Diana Krall
  11. Let’s Fall in Love – Diana Krall
  12. Can’t Get Out of This Mood – Samara Joy
  13. Sometimes I Just Freak Out – Diana Krall
  14. Factor 1000 – Janek Gwizdala
  15. Close Your Eyes – Miguel & Me’Shell Ndegeocello
  16. Casanova – Levert
  17. Nocturnal Sunshine – Me’Shell Ndegeocello Feat. Herbie Hancock
  18. I’m Diggin’ You – Me’Shell Ndegeocello
  19. Stolen Moments – United Future Organization
  20. The Scream – Us3 With Joshua Redman And Tny RΓ©my
  21. Float On – The Floaters
  22. Strawberry Letter 23 – The Brothers Johnson
  23. Reunited – Peaches & Herb
  24. Three Times a Lady – The Commodores
  25. Fire – Ohio Players
  26. Flash Light – Parliament
  27. So Amazing – Luther Vandross

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#JazzChurch 119 - Sunday, August 7, 2022

Today we listened to SFJAZZ Collective, Pat Metheny, Nina Simone, John Coltrane, Sine Qua Non, Dave Holland & Prism, Nadav Snir-Zelniker Trio, Heads of State, Donald Byrd, Roy Hargrove, Wes Montgomery, Roberta Flack, LaVon Hardison, Mark Prince, Joe Sample & Randy Crawford, and The Gap Band.

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bbebop Β· #JazzChurch 119 - Sunday, August 7, 2022
  1. Lingala – SFJAZZ Collective
  2. Come and See – Pat Metheny
  3. Westwind – Nina Simone
  4. Equinox – John Coltrane
  5. Reza – Sine Qua Non
  6. Evolution – Dave Holland & Prism
  7. Interplay – Nadav Snir-Zelniker Trio
  8. Lotus Blossom – Heads of State
  9. Kyrie – Chris Walden, LMR Jazz Orchestra & St. Dominic’s Schola Cantorum
  10. Kyrie - Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin
  11. Sanctus - Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin
  12. Cristo Redentor – Donald Byrd
  13. Sun Down – Wes Montgomery
  14. Nusia’s Poem – Roy Hargrove
  15. I Can’t Give You Anything But Love – Ellis Marsalis
  16. Afro-Centric – SFJAZZ Collective
  17. Tryin’ Times – Roberta Flack
  18. Sunny – LaVon Hardison
  19. paradise found – Donald Harrison
  20. Stand By Me – Ranky Tanky
  21. Abena’s Last Stand – Mark Prince
  22. Loping – Walter Smith III & Matthew Stevens
  23. Another Groove – Corcoran Holt
  24. Tell Me More and More and Then Some – Joe Sample & Randy Crawford
  25. Outstanding – The Gap Band

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