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Thursday, June 16, 2016

New Mini Palm Coast Jazz Podcast!



For the summer of 2016 we will be producing mini-episodes of Palm Coast Jazz - about 15-17 minutes long, on a regular basis! This episode features guitarist Phill Fest (Brazilian jazz), Acme Jazz Garage (funk jazz) and vibraphonist Christian Tamburr (straight-ahead jazz). Enjoy!!

Host: Kenny MacKenzie & Allison Paris   Our Facebook page!

Kenny also hosts: 
"Jazz Greats" on WFCF St. Augustine 
every Tuesday 3-7pm EST 
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Kenny's DJ Twitter


1. Introduction - Kenny 
(download our theme song "In Control" on iTunes!)


2. "That's What She Said" - Phill Fest (West Palm Beach)    website
Phill Fest - guitar; Robert Prester - piano; Jonathan Sigel - trumpet; Russ Howard - bass; Carlomagno Araya - drums


from the album "That's What She Said"

Purchase at Amazon!


3. "Mr. G.P." - Acme Jazz Garage (Tampa, FL)      website

Bryan Lewis - keyboards; Matt Swenson - guitars;
Phillip Booth - bass; Tim Diehl - drums:
Rick Runion - tenor sax; Ron Wilder - trumpet;
Austin Vickrey - baritone sax

from the album "Acme Jazz Garage".

Purchase at Amazon!


4. Announcements - Kenny
(background music from the album Second Chances by Allison Paris)


5. "The City Suite: New York City - A Walk Through Central Park" - Christian Tamburr  (Melbourne, FL)      website

Christiann Tamburr - vibes


Takana Miyamoto - piano

from the album "People Talk".

Purchase at Amazon!


6. Closing Announcements - Kenny
Palm Coast Jazz closing theme by Seven Octaves.

produced by Kenny MacKenzie

All recordings and compositions are the property of their respective performers and composers, all rights reserved. This podcast copyright 2016 Kenny MacKenzie. All rights reserved.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Palm Coast Jazz Podcast Episode 31


First episode since the winter but worth the wait!! Great performances from Christian Tamburr, Michael Ross, Gerald Stockton (with Danny Jordan on flute & sax!), Lisa Casalino (with Kenny Drew Jr.!), Michael Petrovich and Errol Rackipov! All killer cuts!


1. Introduction - Kenny

(download our theme song "In Control" on iTunes!)


2. "Folk Dance" - Errol Rackipov Group
(Hollywood, FL)     website


Errol Rackipov - vibes, marimba; Lubomir Gospodinov - sax;
Hristo Vitchev - guitar; Martin Bejerano - piano;
Josh Allen - bass; Rodolfo Zuniga - drums
          from the album "Pictures from a Train Window.
          Purchase at iTunes or Amazon!



3. "No Denying" - Lisa Casalino (Formerly Tampa, FL)      website

Lisa Casalino - vocals; Kenny Drew Jr. - piano;
Nate Najar - guitar; Alejandro Arenas - bass;
Mark Feinman - drums

          from the album "I'm Old Fashioned". 
          Purchase at Amazon or iTunes!


4. Announcements - Kenny
(
background music from the album Gettin' In the Groove by Ron Pirtle)


5. "Blue Steel" - Gerald Stockton  (Orlando, FL)      website

Gerald Stockton - bass; Danny Jordan - flute/tenor sax;
Elton Reyes - trumpet; Steve Wiest - trombone;
Pat Coil - Hammond organ; Michael Waldrop - drums
          from the album "My Gentle Breeze".
          Purchase at CD Baby or iTunes!




Christian Tamburr
6. "It Rained Again Last Night" - Christian Tamburr (Melbourne, FL)      websiteChristian Tamburr - vibes; Dominick Farinacci - trumpet;
Kevin Bales - piano; Billy Thornton - bass;
Quentin Baxter - drums
          From the album "Voyage".
          Purchase album at Amazon or iTunes!


7. Announcements - Kenny


8. "Yak Attack" - Michael Ross
(Tampa, FL)     website


Michael Ross - bass; Danny Jordan - tenor sax;
William Evans - piano/rhodes; LaRue Nickelson - guitar:
Walt Hubbard - drums
          from the album "Ginger".
          Purchase the album at Amazon, iTunes!



9. "San Juan Nights" - Michael Petrovich (Orlando, FL)       website

Michael Petrovich - guitars, sequencing, percussion
Michael Bloomer - fretless bass
Tony Rios - congas, bongos, woodblock
Ed White - djembe, percussion
          from the album "The Train to San Lorenzo".
          Purchase at Amazon or iTunes!
10. Announcements - Kenny
(
background music from the album Gettin' In the Groove by Ron Pirtle)


11. Closing Announcements - Kenny

Palm Coast Jazz closing theme by Seven Octaves.produced by Kenny MacKenzie


All recordings and compositions are the property of their respective performers and composers, all rights reserved. This podcast copyright 2015 Kenny MacKenzie. All rights reserved.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Palm Coast Jazz Episode 30!




click the play arrow above to listen! Artist info is below the greeting/statistics.

It's the first episode of 2015 (in case you missed it) and our 30th, not counting bonus episodes! Lots of jazz guitar this week with music from all over the state, plus a feature from the dynamic and creative Jazz Conceptions Orchestra out of Jacksonville, and some excellent and very cool jazz 'n bass from Erik Jackson in Orlando.

Podcast stats for 2014 go as follows: 9,300 downloads/plays. A bit low, but actually pretty good since there were only 4 episodes produced! The countries with the most plays are:

  1. USA
  2. Japan
  3. Brazil
  4. UK
  5. France
The countries with the most downloads are:
  1. Japan (4,528)
  2. USA
  3. Germany
  4. UK
  5. Italy
Thank you for all your support, for liking, sharing and listening to the show! Hope you like the new episode, and there is much more to come!! Best to all - Kenny

  • Kenny also hosts: "Jazz Greats" on WFCF St. Augustine every Tuesday 3-7pm EST
  • and "Kendo's Jazz Sampler" on Radio KSCR every Wednesday 2-3pm EST
~EPISODE 30~
1. Introduction - Kenny

(download our theme song "In Control" on iTunes!)

2. "Somerset's Mom" - Rich Walker
(Orlando, FL)     website


Rich Walker - guitar, Rex Wertz - tenor sax,
Tom Parmeter - trumpet, Richard Drexler - piano,
Carlos Fernandez - percussion, Walt Hubbard - drums,
Mark Neuenschwander - bass

from the album "Lazybird Revisited"

Rich Walker: Lazybird Revisited


3. "A Morning Walk" - The Jazz Conceptions Orchestra (Jacksonville, FL)      website; Alex LoRe's website


Alex Nguyen - trumpet, leader; Brandon Lee - trumpet,
Alex LoRe - alto, Jeremy Fratti - tenor, Matt Zettlemoyer - bari,
Robert Edwards - trombone, Joshua Bowlus - piano,
Paul Sikivie - bass, Ben Adkins - drums

from the album "The Jazz Conceptions Orchestra".

The Jazz Conceptions Orchestra: The Jazz Conceptions Orchestra


4. Announcements - Kenny
(
background music from the album Gettin' In the Groove by Ron Pirtle)


5. "The Whispering Eye" - Mark Johnson  (Daytona Beach, FL)      website

Mark Johnson - saxes
Norbert Marius - bass
Yaaki Levi - drums

unreleased track.

 





6. "Esmaralda" - George Grosman & Bohemian Swing (Orlando, FL)      website

George Grosman - guitar, Brandon Walker - sax, piano;
Ian MacGillivray - trumpet, Rachel Melas - bass;
Rafael Keren - accordian, David MacDougall - drums

From the album "Sydney, Mon Ami".

George Grosman: Sidney, Mon Ami


7. Announcements - Kenny



8. "Through the Storm" - Erik Jackson
(Orlando, FL)
     website


Erik Jackson - production, rhodes, bass, synths, Akai MPC
KJ Sawka - drums
Joey Crown - trumpet

from the album "Rainy Days".

Erik Jackson: Rainy Days



9. "Blade's Groove" - Dan Heck (Naples, FL)       website

Dan Heck - guitar
Thomas Marriott - trumpet
Stuart Shelton - piano
Rick Doll - bass
Jose Martinez - drums

from the album "Compositionality" courtesy of Origin Records.

Purchase at Amazon!



10. Announcements - Kenny 

(background music from the album Gettin' In the Groove by Ron Pirtle)


11. "Monday Morning" - Herb Silverstein (Sarasota, FL)     website

Herb Silverstein - piano
Jeff Rupert - tenor sax
LaRue Nickelson - guitar
Richard Drexler - bass
Marty Morrell - drums

from the album "Monday Morning".

Herb Silverstein: Monday Morning



12. Closing Announcements - Kenny


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Palm Coast Jazz closing theme by Seven Octaves. 

produced by Kenny MacKenzie

If you are a jazz musician residing in Florida with quality recordings of your original music (new or old) and would like to submit for future podcasts, please contact us at jazzploration@gmail.com

All recordings and compositions are the property of their respective performers and composers, all rights reserved. This podcast copyright 2014 Kenny MacKenzie. All rights reserved.