A music podcast featuring samples of jazz from in it's earliest forms all the way through it's many evolutions over the years. Expect to hear music from the earliest recorded examples all the way through the 80's. No borders here folks! All the music is from the personal vinyl collection of Mark E. Kaylor. Also some commentary etc.
It's all prog rock, all the time! Giant art rock nerds Jeremy Parish, James Eldred, and Elliot Long gather together to hash out the art of progressive rock. From its roots in the ’60s to the best modern interpretations of the form, the only rule here is that each episode fills at least one full side of an LP and contains plenty of pretentious solos.
Top 100 Ragtime Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
The Carolina Shout is a podcast about ragtime, New Orleans jazz, Harlem stride piano, and swing. Ethan Uslan is the pianist and host who performs live from his living room and offers up fun commentary and stories about the music. Each episode is a short informal private concert just for you, with occasional special guests and experts. So if you are interested in a podcast about rip-roarin American piano music that’s funny, quirky, a little educational but not too much, here it is!
Featuring: Paul Motian Trio Billy Cobham James P. Johnson Kenny Burrell World Saxophone Quartet Kieth Jarrett Eddie Harris/Les McCann Mezz Mezzrow's Swing Band Joe Houston Sam RiversBởi Mark
Featuring: Ray Bryant Etta Jones Roy Haynes The Original Tuxedo Jass Band Lester Young McCoy Tyner BBB&Co (B. Carter/B.Bigard/B. Webster) Weather Report Earl Hines Jimmy Smith Albert AylerBởi Mark
Elliot and James are joined today by very special guest Tom Brislin! Having toured with the likes of Meat Loaf, Yes, Camel and Renaissance, Tom is now the keyboardist for the legendary prog rock band Kansas! Tom shares stories about his times with these bands, life on the road as a working musician, and what it's been like being a newer member of o…
The original plan here was for Elliot and James to each talk about one album that skirts the line between being prog and not prog, but they both love Supertramp so much that they decided to save the other album for another day. Breakfast In America is a fantastic record! Supertramp are a great band! These are facts that seem to be lost to the annal…
It's safe to say that without keyboards, progressive rock doesn't exist. And while there have been many different types of keyboards, pianos, and synths that have contributed to the prog rock sound, in this episode we cover the three biggest ones: the Hammond organ, the Mellotron, and early Moogs. Sorry ARP fans, maybe next time.…
Special guest Dr. Sparkle of Chrontendo fame joins us today to discuss artists who either only released one album, or only one album of any regard. While the past few episodes have featured albums that maybe not all of us were keen on, this episode features three stone-cold prog classics: Affinity's self-titled record, First Base by Babe Ruth, and …
Jon Anderson parted ways with Yes sometime in the early 2000s, but the band has continued without him in the years since, with three LPs and one EP - but should they have? Elliot and James go album by album and parse out which Jon Anderson-less Yes releases are worth your time, and which ones are most certainly not.…
And here you have it folks, as promised, the Billie Holliday episode where I play nothing but Lady Day! Focusing on the time period of 1933-1942.Bởi Mark
This is a backer request from "Itsumi Mario," who wanted us to go in-depth on the bonkers 2001 debut by the Mars Volta, De-Loused in the Comatorium. Despite definitely not being in the wheelhouse of neither Jeremy nor Elliot, we find a lot to talk about with this one; the Mars Volta are a lot of things, but "boring" certainly isn't one of them. I'm…
With Phil Collins out of the picture, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford decided to carry on, recruiting singer Ray Wilson to join them. The results were Calling All Stations, an album that's...well...not all that great, but there are some hidden gems there, and Ray Wilson was as good singer, dammit, he got a raw deal!…
Where do you start with prolific and not-especially-mainstream prog rocks acts like Gentle Giant, Gong, and Hawkwind? Here's our starter advice.
Featuring: Brown & Roach Inc. Air Jimmy Lunceford Orchestra Carmen McRae Coleman Hawkins Orchestra Ornette Coleman Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra Wild Bill Davis Arthury Blythe Fats Waller Bessie SmithBởi Mark
Ethan plays old-time songs about old-timers, with his usual goofy banter along the way. Songs featured are LITTLE OLD LADY (Hoagy Carmichael), GRANDPA'S SPELLS (Jelly Roll Morton), OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN (Victor Young) and ROCKIN' CHAIR (Hoagy Carmichael).
Featuring: John Coltrane/Wilbur Hardin Art Ensemble of Chicago Johnny Hodges Willis Jackson The DeParis Brothers Orchestra Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Big Band Don Cherry/New Eternal Rhythm OrchestraBởi Mark
Featuring: Cannonball Adderley Quintet Ahmad Jamal Trio Teddy Wilson & his Orchestra Jay Hoggard Paul Quinichette Cecil Taylor Red Garland Trio Frank Foster Papa Celestin/Alphonse Picou Pee Wee Russel/Oliver Nelson Orchestra Charlie Parker QuartetBởi Mark
Featuring: Thelonius Monk Leon Thomas Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals Les McCann Ltd Stan Levey Stan Kenton Orchestra Illinois Jacquest Oliver Lake Clyde Lucas Budd Johnson & the Four Brass Giants Mongo Santamaria Charles Earland Don ByasBởi Mark
Featuring: Slide Hampton Octet James Moody Bobby Hutcherson Charles Tyler Benny Carter Orchestra Clifford Brown Quartet Richard "Groove" Holmes Jimmy Jones' Big 8 George Cables Ray Bryant Sonny SharrockBởi Mark
Featuring: Dizzy Gillespie Cozy Cole & His All Stars Herman Sandy Grachan Moncur Joe Zawinul Jim Robinson's Band Young/Holt Trio Charles McPherson Fletcher HendersonBởi Mark
Featuring: The Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet Freddie Hubbard King Oliver Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Big Band Prestige All Stars Maurice McIntyre Wardell Gray Eureka Brass BandBởi Mark
Featuring the music of JOHN COLTRANE!!! Bass Blues from Traneing In Village Blues take 3 from Blue World Offering from Stellar Regions India from Impressions Take the Coltrane from Ellington/Coltrane Alabama from Live at Birdland Dearly Beloved from SunShip Tapestry in Sound from Live in SeattleBởi Mark
Featuring: Kieth Jarrett Wes Montgomery Byron Allen Trio Jimmy Witherspoon Noble Sissle & His Sizzling Syncopators The Jo Jones Special Sonny Stitt Chico Freeman Perez Prado Willie Humphrey Hank CrawfordBởi Mark
Featuring: David Murray Big Band Gabor Szabo Johnny Dodds & the Dixieland Thumpers Kenny Barron Trio Henry Threadgill Sextet Joe Houston Yusef Lateef Clarence Wiliams & His Bottomland Orchestra Milt Buckner Roscoe Mitchell Lee Konitz Arnett CobbBởi Mark
Obeying the orders of the random generator, Ethan delves into the life and works of ragtime composer Charles Humfeld, who wrote "That Left Hand Rag," "Who Let the Cows Out?" and "Red Moon."
Featuring: Nat Adderley Cab Calloway Bob James Trio James Blood Ulmer Johnny Griffin Max Roach + 4 Edmund Hall Jimmy Giuffre Hampton Hawes Lee Morgan Jelly Roll MortonBởi Mark
Featuring: Clifford Jordan Charles Mingus Kid Howard & his New Orleans Jazz Band David Newman Billy Eckstine & his Orchestra Giuseppe Logan Quartet Modern Jazz Quartet Carmen McRae Ben Webster/Harry "Sweets" Edison Ernie Fields & his Orchestra Bob BrookmeyerBởi Mark
Ethan desperately tries to find a song that would be relevant to the people of Caroga Lake, NY. He also reminisces about the time he accompanied a clown show. Songs included: I WIsh I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, Eli Green's Cakewalk, Beer Barrel Polka, and Smile.Bởi Ethan Uslan
Featuring: Julius Hemphill Joe Liggins & His Honey Drippers Abbey Lincoln Gene Ammons/Bennie Green Anthony Braxton Horace Silver Quintet Benny Carter & His Orchestra Don Byas/Bud Powell Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson Arthur BlytheBởi Mark
Featuring: Archie Shepp/Bill Dixon Randy Weston Paul Barbarin Kenny Dorham Revolutionary Ensemble Horace Henderson & His Orchestra Sun Ra Joe Williams Rufus Harley Old & New DreamsBởi Mark
Ethan is all over the place on this episode. Topics range from the St Louis World's Fair to the "Flying Pianist" to some of Ethan's recent and not-recent travels. Finally, to assist in choosing repertoire, Ethan introduces the Ragtime Randomizer. Songs: The Cascades (Joplin), American Patrol (Meacham), On Lake Champlain (Bryan/Gumble), Danny Boy (t…
Featuring: Cedar Walton/Hank Mobley Quintet Jimmy Lunceford & his Orchestra Joseph Jarman Johnny Lytle Billy Holiday Miles Davis Albert Mangelsdorff/Elvin Jones Kid Ory Roy Haynes Quartet Sonny RollinsBởi Mark
Featuring: Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers Lester Bowie/Phillip Wilson Duo Eureka Brass Band Hamiet Bluiett Johnny Hodges Don Pullen Gerry Mulligan & the Concert Jazz Band Albert Ayler Trio Count Basie Bud Powell TrioBởi Mark
Featuring: McCoy Tyner Meade Lux Lewis Don Patterson Dewey Redman Mal Waldron Shannon Jackson & The Decoding Society Bix Beiderbecke & Frankie Trumbauer Eric Dolphy Bessie Smith JJ Johnson Lennie TristanoBởi Mark
Featuring: Milt Jackson Sextet Arthur Doyle Chick Webb & His Orchestra Hubert Laws Art Ensemble of Chicago Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Cecil Taylor Trio Eberhard Weber Earl Bostic Roswell RuddBởi Mark
Featuring: Gato Barbieri Lester Young Steve Lacy Sunny Murray Edmond Hall Celeste Quartet Alice Coltrane Billy Bang Sextet John Handy Quintet Dollar BrandBởi Mark
An Ornette Coleman only episode for Shane Schneider's 73rd birthday!Bởi Mark
Featuring: Don Cherry Fats Waller The Montgomery Brothers Nina Simone Roland Kirk Marion Brown Art Tatum Gigi Gryce Coleman HawkinsBởi Mark
Duke Ellington Orchestra John Coltrane Kenny Burrell Air Albert Ammons Chico Hamilton Charlie Parker Weather Report Cannonball Adderley Pharoah SandersBởi Mark
Getting things rolling here with the first episode, hear the sounds of: Jackie McClean w/ Ornette Coleman Wilbur DeParis' NEW New Orleans Jazz Band Eddie Harris Herbie Hancock Sidney Bechet Earl Hines Thelonius Monk World Saxophone QuartetBởi Mark
Ethan plays a Chopin Nocturne (syncopated of course), two May Aufderheide rags, and a thrilling arrangement of "You're the Cream in My Coffee." Along the way we learn a little bit about May Aufderheide and what may have inspired her rag, "The Thriller."
Ethan is back at it with a New Orleans episode. First Hoagy Carmichael's NEW ORLEANS then two Jelly Roll Morton New Orleans numbers (NEW ORLEANS BLUES and NEW ORLEANS BUMP). Then Ethan makes a frosty libation based on Pete Wendling and Max Kortlander's NEW ORLEANS.
Jeremy, Elliot, and James return to talk about the best solo acts by members of popular prog groups. This time, it's a focus on Yes, with Steve Howe's eponymous(-ish) album, Rick Wakeman's "Six Wives of Henry VIII," and Chris Squire's "Fish out of Water".
Ethan awakens from syncopation hibernation! Kate is busy with Zoom meetings so Roomba the emotional support poodle steps in as the guest co-host. Featured songs: BUMBLE BEE STOMP, BUMBLE BOOGIE, BUMBLE BEE RAG, and A SLEEPIN' BEE.
In this episode, Ethan plays old-timey songs from movies. Songs played in this episode are "Temptation Rag" (as heard in the film "The Joker"), "Si Tu Vois Ma Mere " (from "Midnight in Paris"), "Tabu" (from "Jojo Rabbit"), and "As Time Goes By" (from "Casablanca").