Sunday, March 25, 2007

March 18, 2007   Carrboro's Street Corner Singers
Melva's Musings on Jazz features the best of NC's jazz musicians of the past and present. Tonight I was visited by the Mighty Do WASPs, a singing group from the Carrboro-Chapel Hill area. I was treated to the sounds of five part harmony live in the radio studio. They performed-
  • Love Me Do
  • How Long Has This Been Going On
  • Foggy Day &
  • I Want to Hold You Hand
My show is on every Sunday night from 7:00 9:00 EST and can be heard locally on 103.5 fm and globally by going to the WCOM website and clicking on the button in the upper righthand corner for web-streaming. This 100 Watts of Wonder station is volunteer-run and always needs your help - your time and your dime to keep us on the air.

  • Nina Simone (b. Tryon, NC); Anthology CD; I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to be Free & Revolution & Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
  • Nat King Cole; After Midnight CD; It's Only a Paper Moon
  • Bill Charlap; Lush Life CD; Fantastic Rhythm
  • Diana Krall; Love Scenes CD; All or Nothing at All
  • Chick Corea; The Gold Collection CD; Come Rain or Come Shine
  • Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers; Blue Note 4003; Moanin
  • Grady Tate (b. Durham, NC); Windmills of Your Mind CD; A Little at a Time
  • Billy Taylor (b. Greenville, NC); Where've You Been CD: Where've You Been
  • Frank Kimbrough (b. Roxboro, NC); Love Spook CD; On a Clear Day
  • Mahlon Hoard on sax (lived Carrboro area, now in NYC) & Pat Lawrence on bass; Spiral & Marianne CD; The Puppets
  • Scott Warner on piano (lived Carrboro/Chapel Hill for 10 yrs.); Mindfield CD; Mindfield
  • Frankie Alexander (Durham, NC); Mad About the Words CD; No Moon at All
  • Brian Horton (Durham, NC); The Best of Brian Horton CD; Devil's Disguise
  • Al Neese (Greensboro, NC) Quintet; Omen Seeker CD; Blue and Silver
  • Sawyer - Goldberg (Durham-based jazz group); Jazzadelia CD; Softly As in a Morning Sunrise
  • Jacuna (Pittsboro, NC); The Innocence to Cry CD; Moscow Night
  • Greg Brink on piano & Tony Galiani on bass (Carrboro NC); Duo CD; You & the Night & the Music


At 7:38 PM, Blogger Ace said...

Thanks for having us on your show, Melva. The group looks good even a little fuzzy. Here's to many more Sunday Musings.


Ace In The Place


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