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Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz - "Autumn Serenade"
(Published: October 05, 2010)

Soulandjazz.com Presents:
Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz
Episode 25: Autumn Serenade

Hosted & Produced by J. Scott Fugate, "The Jazz Evangelist"

As always, the show is absolutely free, completely legal, fun for the whole family, and available to listen to anytime, anywhere, ad infinitum, right here: http://bit.ly/9YnDFz

Summer has certainly given way to autumn - at least in my neck of the woods - so I thought I'd try to capture the feeling in the air with an ‘Autumn Serenade' . . . the perfect soundtrack for fall romance or sitting in front of a wood fire on a crisp chilly evening.

James Carter establishes the mood with his bluesy orchestral rendition of Indian Summer, followed by Cannonball Adderley & Miles Davis interpreting the colorful Autumn Leaves, and John Coltrane also provides an Autumn Serenade on sax while Johnny Hartman sings.

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong can't stop talking about Autumn in New York, and neither can Bill Charlap . . . Joe Lovano establishes the atmosphere of Early Autumn which puts us in the mood to attend a Fall Festival with Ken & Harry Watters. After the festival we kick back and listen to the Latin flavored Lullaby of the Leaves from Evans & Coppola . . . and I leave you with a reflection of winter to come When October Goes sung by Diane Schuur.

I hope the cool, crisp sound and euphoric feeling of autumn fills your heart and soul and provides you with an extremely pleasant hour of listening enjoyment. Enjoy the ride!

Keep those e-mails coming to Scott@soulandjazz.com. I always love to hear your comments, answer your questions, and connect with you beyond the podcast. You can also join the conversation on Facebook & Twitter by connecting with "The Jazz Evangelist" and "Soulandjazz.com".

PLAYLIST: Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz

Episode 25 - "Autumn Serenade"

Artist - Track - Album - Year - (Label)

James Carter - Indian Summer - Gardenias For Lady Day - 2003
- (Sony)

Cannonball Adderley & Miles Davis - Autumn Leaves - Something Else - 1958
- (Blue Note)

John Coltrane - Autumn Serenade - Standards - 1963
- (Verve / Impulse)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Autumn In New York - The Best of Ella & Louis on Verve - 1957
- (Verve)

Bill Charlap Trio - Autumn In New York - Live at the Village Vanguard - 2007 - (Blue Note)


Joe Lovano - Early Autumn - I'm All For You - 2004
- (Blue Note)

Ken & Harry Watters - Fall Festival - Brothers III - 2001
- (Summit)

Lucianne Evans & Tom Coppola - Lullaby of the Leaves - Hold Back the Rain - 2000
- (Evans & Coppola)

Diane Schuur - When October Goes - Midnight - 2003 - (Concord)

More Information: http://www.soulandjazz.com/category/continuum-–-a-journey-through-jazz/episode-25-autumn-serenade/

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