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oh tell me her tales that to me were so dear long long ago long long ago singing me the songs She's delighted to hear Long, long ago, long ago Here, now in dreams It's your voice sweet and clear Telling me stories of joy and of tears Let me believe that you loved Long, long ago, long ago Long, long ago, long ago
Here, now in dreams It's your voice sweet and clear Long, long ago, long ago Long, long ago, long ago Long, long ago, long ago Long, long ago
Here, now in dreams It's your voice sweet and clear Telling me stories of joy and of tears Let me believe that you loved Long, long ago, long ago Here, now in dreams It's your voice sweet and clear You loved me Tell me the story of love and of love
Long, long ago, long ago Hello there, pleasant good evening and welcome, welcome to Another edition of Friday Night Jazz here on Vermont Public Radio It's always I am your host Ruben Jackson and I am always so glad to have you along with me as I share this music from now This very moment until 11 o'clock Friday Night Jazz on VPR is made possible by Ellis Music of Beth Overmont Specializing in Sales, Service and Rental of musical instruments to schools and individuals throughout New England Leading off vocalist Helen Merrill from Helena Anna Milcitech, aka Helen Merrill
Gorgeous Walt featuring Mr. Steve Lacey on soprano saxophone, long, long ago As we kick it off, that's right, another edition of Friday Night Jazz on VPR, will come and welcome, y'all come on in Let's get this underway, all righty, all righty We're going to follow that up with another release from the good folks at resonance records, man, what a year it has been We've had music by Larry Young, Stan Getz, boy, who else do we have? Bethad Jones, Mel Lewis, Orchestra Who else who am I leaving out? Bill Evans, and this recording, May 31, 1978 The leader, a native of Newark New Jersey, the divine one, Saravan from Saravan, Live at Rosie Saravan in vocals with Carl Schroeder in piano, Walter Booker in bass, Jimmy Coblin drums, and Sarah's Blues Thank you so much
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Series
Friday Night Jazz with Reuben Jackson
Episode
2016-06-03, Hour 1
Producing Organization
Vermont Public Radio
Contributing Organization
Vermont Public Radio (Colchester, Vermont)
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Description
Episode Description
This episode features these performances: "Long, Long Ago" is performed by Helen Merrill; "Sarah's Blues" is performed by Sarah Vaughan; "You're Mine You" is performed by Sonny Rollins; "Time To Get Down" is performed by George Coleman; "Blues Walk" is performed by Dexter Gordon; "I Was Doing All Right" is performed by Jane Monheit; "If I Fell" is performed by Daria; "Got to get you into my life" is performed by Earth Wind and Fire; "Dear Lord" is performed by John Coltrane; "I'm Thru With Love" is performed by Chet Baker; "Miles Ahead" is performed by Miles Davis; "Back Seat Betty" is performed by Miles Davis; "Life On Mars" is performed by Dave Flippo; "Hallucinations" is performed by Kenny Barron; "Ballad of Jed Clampett" is performed by Bela Fleck & The Flecktones; "park mechanics" is performed by Myra Melford; "Awful Sad" is performed by Jenny Scheinman; "Last Summer" is performed by Jimmy Greene; "Airegin" is performed by Jay Hoggard; "Electric Relaxation (Relax Yourslf Girl)(Instr.)" is performed by A Tribe Called Quest; "Mister Magic" is performed by Jason Miles; "Amazing Grace" is performed by Grace Kelly; "Rock With You" is performed by SF Jazz Ensemble; "Love TKO" is performed by Marc Ribot The Young Philadelphians; "Alive" is performed by marcus Strickland; "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" is performed by Charenee Wade; "Spring Is Here" is performed by Mike Gibbs; "Dexter's Tune" is performed by Randy Newman; "Leonard" is performed by Randy Newman.
Series Description
Music reviewer and educator Reuben Jackson hosts Friday Night Jazz, a weekly show that highlights the "broad swath" of the jazz genre.
Date
2016-06-03
Asset type
Episode
Topics
Music
Recorded Music
Rights
Copyright Vermont Public Radio. With the exception of third party-owned material that is contained within this program, this content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).
Media type
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Duration
01:00:05
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Credits
Host: Reuben Jackson
Producing Organization: Vermont Public Radio
AAPB Contributor Holdings
Vermont Public Radio - WVPR
Identifier: FNJ-2016-06-03-1 (Vermont Public Radio - WVPR)
Duration: 0:59:59
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Chicago: “Friday Night Jazz with Reuben Jackson; 2016-06-03, Hour 1,” 2016-06-03, Vermont Public Radio, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC, accessed July 19, 2024, http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-527-pk06w97j9x.
MLA: “Friday Night Jazz with Reuben Jackson; 2016-06-03, Hour 1.” 2016-06-03. Vermont Public Radio, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Web. July 19, 2024. <http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-527-pk06w97j9x>.
APA: Friday Night Jazz with Reuben Jackson; 2016-06-03, Hour 1. Boston, MA: Vermont Public Radio, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Retrieved from http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-527-pk06w97j9x