Full Moon Hacksaw

Live and Broadcast Jazz and Blues
SYNDICATED JAZZ AND BLUES RADIO FROM PHOENIX 


                                           

 

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THIS HOME PAGE HAS SIX WEEKS WORTH OF DOWNLOADABLE MP3 RADIO HOURS, OUR SPONSORS, AND A BIOGRAPHY.

IN THE COMMUNITY PAGE HAS PUBLICITY ON SOME OF OUR SPONSORS, TWO OFFSHOOT RADIO SHOWS ("ARIZONA MUSIC 586" AND "DOWNTOWN GLENDALE JAZZ JAM"), OTHER RADIO SHOW ACCOUNTS HANDLED BY US, AND  BACKGROUND ON TWO LONG RUNNING EVENTS IN HACKSAW'S 'HOOD.

CALENDAR PAGE HAS UP-TO-DATE GIGS FOR "PAT ROBERTS AND THE HEYMAKERS," OUR OFFICIAL ROCKABILLY BAND, PLUS SELECTED RECURRING EVENTS AND LINKS.

LIVE BANDS PAGE CONTAINS RECOMMENDED GROUPS OF MANY TYPES.


RADIO ARCHIVES PAGE HAS RECORDINGS OF JAZZ RADIO SHOWS GOING BACK DECADES AND BIG CITY VOICES FROM THE PAST.


RADIO STATIONS PAGE LISTS ALL STATIONS WHO CARRY OUR JAZZ, THEIR STREAM LINKS AND HOURS.  THE RADIO SHOW IS NOW AVAILABLE TO STATIONS FREE OF CHARGE, WITH REVENUE SHARING POTENTIAL, VIA THE PACIFICA (NETWORK) AUDIO PORT AND PRX (PUBLIC RADIO EXCHANGE)

                       
                                                             Clay, West Virginia                    Michigan                 KVIT-FM East and Central Phoenix, Arizona
                                                    
    
1340 AM Athens, Ohio                                                                                                                             Postville/Decora, Iowa

Libby, Montana          


ARTICLES PAGE IS A GRAB BAG OF ANECDOTES BY US AND FANS.  YOU'RE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE.


Contact radio show by emailFacebook      Paige Miller, FMH social media networking coordinator

LATEST 24 RADIO HOURS, SIX WEEKS OF SHOWS: (Press links to download MP3s to desired device or storage, listen from here anytime, burn a CD to play anywhere)

 2837 N. Power Rd. Mesa AZ 85215, 3990 S. Alma School Rd. Chandler AZ 85248
DVine Bistro

MP3 of Show # 1493 HR 1 sponsored by DVine Bistro & Wine Bar from Chandler Jazz Fest 2015

Clayton-Hamilton-Blues for Stephanie-Absolutely-Lake Street '94

Nat King Cole-Orange Colored Sky-Best Of-Capitol '50

Roy Gaines-Dream Girl-I Got the T-Bone Blues-Groove Note '98

William Clarke-Gambling for my Bread-Blowing like Hell-Alligator '90

Jerry Kalaf-Reunion Blues -Trio Music-Sea Breeze '95

Mongo Santamaria-O Mi Shango-Salsa Explosion-Fania '76

Felix Sainz Jr.-Morning of the Carnival-Nearness of You-Sainz '14

Kenny Burrell-Speak Low-Sunup to Sundown-Fantasy '91

Paul Desmond-Like Someone in Love-title track-Telarc '75

                                                                      

MP3 of Show # 1493 HR 2 sponsored by DVine Bistro & Wine Bar from Chandler Jazz Fest 2015

Jay McShann-The Jumpin' Blues-Paris All-Stars-Music Masters '89

Diana Krall-You Call it Madness-All for You-Impulse '96

Leonard Feather-Freedom Jazz Dance-Night Blooming-Mainstream '70

Phoenix Jazz Quartet-I Hear Music-Twice Blessed-Dommoio '04

Blossom Dearie-'Deed I Do-self titled-Verve '59

Quincy Jones-Summer in the City-You've Got it Bad Girl-A & M '73

Lou Ann Barton-It Ain't Right-Old Enough-Antone's '92

Joe Turner-Shake Rattle and Roll- Blues Masters Vol. 5-Rhino '54

Bill Evans-My Heart Stood Still-Green Dolphin Street-Milestone '59

MP3 of Show # 1494 HR 1, continuation of Chandler Jazz Fest 2015 remote

Dizzy Gillespie-Night in Tunisia-To Diz with Love-Telarc '92

Ben Webster & Coleman Hawkins-Blues for Yolanda-Giants of the Tenor Sax-Verve '57

McCoy Tyner-Soul Eyes-Prelude and Sonata-Milestone '95  Blog Chandler Peter J. Hart interview

Dave Brubeck Quartet-Take Five-Carnegie Hall-Columbia '63

Carmen McRae-Time After Time-Great American Music Hall-Blue Note '78

Miles Davis-Gingerbread Boy-Miles Smiles-Columbia '66


MP3 of Show # 1491 HR 1 sponsored by DVine Bistro & Wine Bar

Marty Nau Group feat Vince Lardear (& Phil Woods)-Slash and Burn-At the Bouquet Corral-Summit '05

Billie Holiday Body & Soul-Embraceable You-Verve '57

Bill Doggett feat. Toni Williams-I'm Ready-The Right Choice-After Hours '91

Johnny Otis-Willie & the Hand Jive-single-Capitol '58

Charlie Parker (tenor sax)-Milestones-The Savoy Sessions-Savoy '47

Charlie Parker (alto sax)-Bird Feathers-Best of Bird-WB '46

Joe Pass-Just the Way You Are-Virtuoso Live-Pablo '92

Lou Donaldson-Blues Walk-Decade of Jazz Vol. 2-Blue Note '57

Eddie Palmieri-Soweto Lalingua Putumayo Presents Salsa-Putumayo '05

Cal Tjader/Carmen McRae-Heat Wave (cutting room floor network version)

Ray Bryant-Slow Freight-title track-Cadet '67


MP3 of Show # 1489 HR 1 sponsored by DVine Bistro & Wine Bar

Horace Silver-Funky Bunky-It's Got to Be Funky-Columbia '93

Stephane Grapelli/Clause Ogerman-Favors-Uptown Dance-Columbia '78

Ben Webster Coleman Hawkins-Prisoner of Love-Giants of the Tenor Sax-Verve '57

Fred Hess-Greensleeves-You Know I Care-Capri '95

Solomon Burke-That's How I got to Memphis-Nashville-Shout '06

Gillian Welch-The Way it will Be-Harrow & the Harvest-Acony '11

Rabih Abou-Khalil Oud-Story Teller-Al-Jadida-Enja '91

Cannonball Adderley-Sack o Woe-At the Lighthouse-Capitol '60

2-min break music: Woody Shaw-Rosewood


                                 


                                             



WELCOME BACK LONGTIME SPONSOR  RESTAURANT 2350 W. NORTHERN PHOENIX LOCATION FOOTING THE BILL FOR THE FOLLOWING RADIO HOURS:

MP3 of Show # 1491 HR 2 sponsored by Los Compadres Restaurant

Clifford Brown & Max Roach-Clifford's Axe-Pasadena-GRP '54

Marlena Shaw-It Might as Well be Spring-It Is Love-Verve '87

Tom Scott-Free Hand-Born Again-GRP '92

Chet Baker-Let's get Lost-My Funny Valentine-Pacific Jazz '55

Elvin Jones-Have You Seen El-Veen?-Youngblood-Enja '92

Mongo Santamaria & La Lupe-This is my Mambo-Mongo y LaLupe-Prestige '63

Jack McDuff-After Hrs-Screamin' Prestige '62

Jimmy Thackery-Play to Win-Drive to Survive-Blind Pig '96

Jimmy Morello-Bye Bye So Long-Can't be Denied-JSP '97

Hilda Lamas-Nice Set of Wheels (cutting room floor network version)

Howlin' Wolf-Built for Comfort-His Best-Chess '60


MP3 of Show # 1487 HR 2 sponsored by Los Compadres Restaurant

Dinah Washington-This Can't Be Love-The Jazz Sides-Emarcy '55

Jimmy Giuffre 3-The Train and the River-The Jazz Years-Atlantic '56

Jimmy Giuffre 3-Emphasis-Verve '61

Roy Haynes-Thank You Thank You-title track-Galaxy '77

Frank Wess-The Lizard-Yo Ho Poor You Little Me-Status '63

Young Sounds of Arizona-Madelyn's Song The Search-GCC '06

Hans Olson-Kid Boogie Woogie-Bluestown-12th St '98

Rocket 88s-Chess Blues-Bluestown-12th St. '98

Dave Riley & Bob Corritore-Ride with your Daddy Tonight-Lucky to be Living-Blue Witch '09


MP3 of Show # 1486 HR 1 sponsored by Los Compadres Restaurant

Darrell Nulisch-At Cha Mama Nims -The Whole Truth-Severn '98

East Down Septet-The Cowboy Song-Out of Gridlock-Hep Jazz ''95

Hypnotic Brass-War-Live in New York-Hypnotic Brass '08

Chico O'Farrill-Pianitis-Pure Emotion-Milestone '95

Teddy Edwards-A Southern Moon and Sky-Back to Avalon-Contemporary '60

Gerry Mulligan-Idol Gossip-Idol Gossip-Chiaroscuro '76

Helen Sung Hidden-Anthem for a New Day-Concord '14

Stuff Smith-April in Paris-Black Violin-MPS '68

Cyrus Chesnut/Tom Harrell/William Goffigan-Carlos and Gina-The Eternal Flame-Stash '95

Count Basie-Why Not-Fun Time-Pablo '75

2-min break music: Chet Baker & Art Pepper-C.T.A.


MP3 of Show # 1483 HR 2 sponsored by Los Compadres Restaurant

GUEST IS PRESIDENT OF PHOENIX BLUES SOCIETY, JIM CRAWFORD
Rick Estrin & Nighcats-Don't Do It-Live-Alligator '14

Midnite Blues-Don't Want no Woman-Bluestown-12th St. '87

Muddy Waters-I Be Troubled-Plantation Recordings-Chess '41

Jimmy Witherspoon with Jay McShann-Froggy Bottom-Goin' to Kansas City Blues-RCA '57

Big Jack Johnson-Oil Man-Decade Desert-One Source '99

Smokin' Joe & B'Nois King-How Much-Fat Man's Shine Parlor-Blind Pig '15

Big Pete Pearson & the Gamblers-Blues is my Name-Choose-Modesto '08

Rick Holmstrom-Gravy-Hydraulic Groove-Tone Cool '05

Geo Bowman-All I Wanna Do-Trouble in My House-Bowman '13

Charlie Musselwhite One of these Mornings-Remembering Little Walter-Blind Pig '13

2-min break music: Chet Baker-Funk in Deep Freeze


MP3 of Show # 1482 HR 2 sponsored by Los Compadres Restaurant  

Lynwood Slim-Ain't Gonna Cry-World Wide Wood-Pacific Blues '99

Tony Monaco-Fungi Mama-Burnin' Grooves-Summit '01

Ronald Rubinel's Salsa Kalore-La Huelga Me Paro-Afro Latin Party-Putumayo World Music '05

Steve Hobbs What Is This Thing called Love-On the Lower East Side-Candid '95

Cal Tjader-Black Orchid-Guarabe-Fantasy '77

Miles Davis-Jo-Jo-Amandla-EB '89

Jerry Boogie McCain-Pull Up in my Garage-This Stuff just Kills MeJericho '00

Nancy McKeen Bluz Machine-Eleven-Three Jacks and a Jill-Bluzmachine '10

Courtney Pine-Unknown Warrior, song for Forefathers-Modern Day Jazz Stories-Verve '95

                                             
L to R: Ben Hunter, Joe Seamans, Skuff Acuff and "Hutch" perform Pacific NW folk music live on Hacksaw's air, fall 2014.


                                                                  "Drum Makeover." (Is it a Ludsaw, or a Hackwig?)

 
                                                           
 

MP3 of Show # 1485 Hr 1:

Miles Davis-Concierto de Aranjuez-Sketches of Spain-Columbia '60

Claude Bolling & Jean-Pierre Rampal-Javanaise-Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano-Columbia Masterworks '75

Bill Evans-Night and Day-Everybody Digs Bill Evans-Riverside '57

Jimmy Witherspoon-Blue Monday-Goin' to Kansas City Blues-RCA '57

Johnny Pacheco/Celio Gonzalez-Pinareno-Al Flaco De Oro-Fania '81

Ramsey Lewis-Jamaican Marketplace-Solar Wind '74

Cinco de Moio-Para Angela-Cinco de Moio-dommoio.com '05

MP3 of Show # 1495 HR 1, Jay Maynes remote broadcast

Hunnicutt Studio Band (feat. Clare Willey)-Lullaby of Birdland-Dear Mr. Shearing-Hunnicut '02

Peter Nero-I Got Rhythm

Bob Davis-Rhythm-a-ning-live on-air piano performance

Juan Oscar-Cafeteria Concerto

Clark Terry/Oscar Peterson-Squeaky's Blues '64   Michael Kravitz interview

Hal Blaine & the Wrecking Crew-Topsy '65

Bob Davis, Jay Maynes (aka Juan Oskar) & Hacksaw              Bob Davis plays Monk and Jobim live on the air

MP3 of Show # 1495 HR 2, continuation of Jay Maynes remote broadcast 

Buddy Rich-From the Sticks-Compact Jazz-Emarcy '59

Jay Maines & Hal Blaine-Someone '87

Pat Roberts-Good Rockin' Baby-Devil-Electric Lotus '14

Hugo Montenegro-Lady in Cement-'68 Interview: Ian Hugh trombone-playing Vice Mayor of Glendale AZ

Young Sounds-The Search-title track-Young Sounds '06

Bob Davis-Corcovado Quiet Nights-live on-air piano performance

Doc Severinsen-Brass Roots

Juan Oscar-Reza-Can't Take my Eyes off of You-'14

Herb Alpert an the Tijuana Brass-Taste of Honey-title track-A & M '66

Juan Oskar-Music to Watch Girls By-Can't Take my Eyes off of You-'14


Programming is made possible in part by a grant from Ogallala Bay Rum, vintage after shave and skin toner fragrance, once a staple in barber shops.  Air fresheners, apothecary decanter, colognes, deodorant, lotions & balms, pet care, shaving products, soaps and shampoos. Gift certificates.  Shipping within the US, information and orders at Ogallalabayrum.com
Bay Rum radio commercial # 1
Bay Rum radio commercial # 2

MP3 of Show # 1490 HR 2 sponsored by Ogalalla Bay Rum:

Milt Jackson-Sunflower

Bill O'connell Big Band-Thad Had

Pascal Bokar-Bye Bye Blackbird

Helen Sung-Hope Springs Eternally

Eric Alexander-Bee Hive

Herbie Hancock-Speak like Child

Tom Harrell-Funk in Deep Freeze

Milt Jackson/Oscar Peterson-Stuffy


MP3 of Show # 1487 HR 1 sponsored by Ogalalla Bay Rum:

Kenny Burrell-It Don't Mean a Thing-Ellington is Forever-Fantasy '75

Hoodoo Kings-Hoodoo Man Blues-One More Time-Trippy '90

Gerald Wilson-Jammin' in C-State Street Sweet-MAMA '96

Juan Oskar-Reza-Can't Take my Eyes off of You-Jay Maynes '14

Africando-Sonfo-Rough Guide to Salsa Dance 2nd Ed.-Rough Guide '05

Nate Aronow Nextet-Free Society-Xpression-Nathan Aronow '11

Carmen Bradford-Little Esther-With Respect-Evidence '95

Ruthie Foster-Everlasting Light (cutting room floor for network)

Jimmy T99 Nelson-One Step at a Time-The Legend-Nettie Marie '05

Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane-Bye-Ya-Carnegie Hall-Blue Note '57


MP3 of Show # 1484 HR 1 sponsored by Ogalalla Bay Rum:

Lee Morgan-Speedball-The Gigolo-Blue Note '66

Ambiance feat. Leah Natale-I Wished on the Moon-Second Set-Deep Purple '09

Charles Lewis-Cubano Chant-30 Year Compilation-Jazz in AZ '07

Cecile Hortensia-Cactus Road-Papillons-Electric Lotus '11

Gerry Neiwood-Aqua-Timepiece-Horizon '77

Mark Murphy-Lush Life-Nat King Cole Songbook-Muse '81

Louie Bellson-Take the A Train-The Originals-Stash '95

John Coltrane-One Up One Down-At Newport-Impulse '65

2-min break music: Scott Hamilton-It's You or No One

NATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF HACKSAW JAZZ RADIO MADE POSSIBLE BY OGALLALA BAY RUM

LISTEN-ONLY FILES OF FOLLOWING SYNDICATED SHOW HOURS PROVIDED BY PRX THE PUBLIC RADIO EXCHANGE

Syndicated # 1458 Hr. 1

Mose Allison-Swingin' Machine-Best Of-Atlantic '62

Herb Pomeroy & Novick-Two of a Kind-This is Always-Daring '95

Miles Davis/Michel Legrand-Trumpet Cleaning-Dingo-WB '90

Matt Guitar Murphy-It's been a Long Long Time-Blues Don't Bother Me-Roesch '96

Little Walter-Temperature-Confessin' the Blues-Chess '57

Bobby Hutcherson-Knucklebean-title track Blue Note '77 

Terry Gibbs-Flamingo-Latin Connection-Contemporary '86

Yambu-Profesor-Vol. 1-Montuno '75

Plunge-Wagdanz-Falling with Grace-Accurate '95

Bud Powell-Round About Midnight-Complete on Verve '54

Bill Watrous-Mountain Dance-Reflections-Soundwings '87

Syndicated # 1458 1458 Hr. 2

Marion McPartland-Raincheck-Plays Billy Strayhorn-Concord '87

Jimmy Smith-Johnny Come Lately-Got my Mojo Workin'-Verve '62

Duke Ellington-Take the A Train-single RCA '41

Lambert Hendricks & Ross-Mellow Tone-Sing Ellington-Columbia '60

Donald Brown-The Sequel-Send One your Love-Muse '94

Mulgrew Miller-What a Difference a Day Makes-From Day to Day-Landmark '90

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers-Not so Far at All-In My Prime Vol. 1-Timeless '78

Paul Hucklebuck Williams-The Hucklebuck-Complete-Savoy '49

Joe Beard-It's Up to You-For Real-Audio Quest '98

Clare Willey Sounds of Shearing Band-Medley # 1: East of the Sun, I'll Be Around, Love Letters-Dear Mr. Shearing-Hunnicutt '02

Paolo Nonnis-Money Can't Buy me Love-Just in Time-USA '91 

2-min break music: Bill Reichenbach-Love Lost

Rebooting radio for a new year continues "much more felt than seen, talkin' about my little swingin' machine."  Geographically from Boston to LA to the south to Chicago and Latin New York.  Lower register brass give way to another segment of Billy Strayhorn and Ellington, original piano, back thru the blues.  Shearing, Buddy Rich and Beatles all conspire to inspire.


Professional Musicians of Arizona       

1486 HR 2 sponsored by Professional Musicians of Arizona

Segment 1, Howard Roberts recordings, DJ is Jerry Donato:

Girl Talk

Jillzy

Relaxin' at Camarillo

I Hear a Rhapsody

Back Home in Indiana

Segment 2: Selections from Jay Roberts & Ben Lacy's album "Pocket Deuce:"

4 on 6

Confirmation

Mad Funk

Bloomdido

Some Day my Price will Come

Donna Lee

Young Sounds-Madelyn's Song


                                      


THIS HOUR FINANCIALLY SUPPORTED BY:
RAYNER'S CHOCOLATE & COFFEE SHOP

14021 N. 51ST AVE, # 106, GLENDALE 
Rayner's radio spot
Rayner's Chocolate & Coffee Shop Facebook

Read the entire AZ Rep article about Rayner's

MP3 of Show # 1488 HR 2 sponsored by Rayner's Chocolate and Coffee Shop

Machito-Elas de la Rumba

Bill Evans-Speak Low

Miles Davis-When I Fall in Love

Terry Myers-A Gift from Buddy

Jimmy Peyton's Midnite Blues-Up the Line

John Scofield-Let the Cat Out

Tania Maria-2 AM

Hilton Ruiz-Mambo Inn

Jimmy Rogers-Blue and Lonesome 

Jack McDuff-Jive Samba


MP3 of Show # 1484 HR 2 sponsored by Rayner's Chocolate and Coffee Shop

Herbie Mann-Brazil-Brazil, Bossa Nova & Blues-United Artists '62

Casca Bell-Para de Conciencia-Candella '14

Joe Pass-Tears-Summer Nights-Pablo '90

Riverside Reunion Band-Jive Samba-Hi Fly-Milestone '94

Bill Stewart-Fred and Ginger-Snide Remarks-Blue Note '95

Jean Luc Ponty-King Kong-title track-Blue Note '69

Felix Sains Jr.-Obsession-The Nearness of You-Sainz '14

Carrie Smith-Give Mama One Smile-Do Your Duty-Classic Jazz '76

Dave Rasmussen Jazz Orch-Little Trane-Not so Tenderly-Sea Breeze '95

2-min break music: William Clarke-Greasy Gravy



  THE FOLLOWING HOUR PAID FOR BY:
IMAGERY SKIN CARE 5340 N. 12TH ST. PHOENIX
Imagery radio spot
Imagery Skincare by Denise Facebook

MP3 of Show # 1490 HR 1 sponsored by Imagery Skin Care

Billy Eckstine-I Love the Rhythm in a Riff-Mr. B and the Band-Savoy '48

Albert King-Blues Power-Best Of-Stax '68

Eliane Elias-Turn to Me (Samba Maracatu)-Light my Fire-Concord '11

Carrie Smith-Just Friends-self-titled-West 54 '74

Cal Tjader & Anita O'Day-Peel me a Grape-Time for Two-Verve '62

Ana Popovic-Part of Me-Blind for Love-Electro Groove '09

Clark Terry-Satin Doll-The Globetrotter-Vanguard '77

Red Garland-Stella by Starlight-Trio-Prestige/Moodsville '60

Woody Shaw-Rosewood-title track-Columbia '78 Polytonal

Jackie McLean-Back Home-Hypnosis-Blue Note '67

Mike Smith-Stu's Blues-On a Cool Night-Delmark-'91


MP3 of Show # 1483 HR 1 sponsored by Imagery Skin Care, guest Jim Crawford, Pres. Phoenix Blues Society:

Rick Estrin & Nightcats-Keep your Big Mouth Shut-Live-Alligator '14 1

Smokin' Joe & B'Nois King-Cornbread, Diamond Eyes-Fat Man's Shine Parlor-Blind Pig '15

Geo Bowman-All I Wanna Do-title track-Bowman '13

Red Devils-Devil Woman-Live at King King American '92

24th St. Wailers-Trouble-Unshakeable-MAPL '12

Sistah Blue-Don't Call Me-Movin' On-Sistah Blue '05

Chico Chism-What's On your Mind-Decade in the Desert-One Source '99

Hoodoo Kings-Boogie Woogie Children-One Foot in the Groove-Trope '96 2

Mark Hummel I Got to Go-Remembering Little Walter-Blind Pig '13

THE FOLLOWING HOURS PAID FOR BY:
COMPANION PET CLINIC, 3129 E. CACTUS ROAD, PHOENIX.  OFFERING COMPASSIONATE, QUALITY VETERINARY CARE WHILE STRIVING TO FORM LONG-LASTING RELATIONSHIPS WITH PATIENTS AND PET OWNERS.  COMPANION PET CLINIC OF PHOENIX ARIZONA ON FACEBOOK.
Companion radio spot
                                 
 Interview with the doctors of Companion Pet Clinic

MP3 of Show # 1492 HR 2 sponsored by Companion Pet Clinic

Herbie Hancock-Piano intro, Maiden Voyage-VSOP-Columbia '76

Billy Hancock-When I See You-Best of Ripsaw Records

Billy Boy Arnold-Just a Little Bit

Walter Wolfman Washington-Honky Tonk

Terry Gibbs-Don't Be That Way-Dream Band Vol. 1

Pete Jolly-If I were a Bell

Charlie Palmieri-Despierta Julian

Dennis Marks-Private Island



The following hours paid for by Central Music:

Central Music               

MP3 of Show # 1494 HR 2 sponsored by Central Music

Tito Puente-Guataca-Mucho Cha Cha-RCA '59.  

Wes Montgomery-Bock to Bock-Jazz Brothers-Milestone '61

Bill O'Connell Big Band-Unfinished Business Kevin Grojean of Coach & Willie's interview

Freddie Hubbard-Red Clay

Elmore James-Blues Before Sunrise

Ruthie Foster-Aim for the Heart

Kathy Kosins-Go Slow

Jessica Williams-Why do I Love You Grant Rembis of Vintage 95 Wine Lounge interview

Duke Jordan-Dexterity


MP3 of Show # 1492 HR 1 sponsored by Central Music:

Dream Session-Davis-All-Stars play Miles Davis Classics-Milestone '96

Linda Hopkins-Counting my Tears-How Blue can you Get-Quicksilver-'95

Benny Goodman-Time on my Hands-single-Columbia '41

Modern Jazz Quartet-Valeria-Best Of-Pablo '84

Richard Groove Holmes-Song for my Father-Onsaya Joy-Flying Dutchman '73

Albert King-That's what the Blues is All About-Best Of-Stax '73

Noble Watts-Under the Wing-Return of the Thin Man-Alligator '92

Ronnie Cuber-Adoracion-The Scene is Clean-Milestone '93

Joe Farrell-Outback-title track-CTI '71


MP3 of Show # 1489 HR 2 sponsored by Central Music:

Eddie Lockjaw Davis-Green Dolphin-Save your Love for Me-RCA '66

Greg Abate- From the Heart-Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde-Candid '95

Jack McDuff-City Bump-Fourth Dimension-Cadet '74

Gatemouth Brown-Better Off with the Blues-No Looking Back-Alligator '92

Hiromi's Sonicbloom-Time Difference-Time Control Telarc '07

John Coltrane-Peace on Earth-Jupiter Variations-Impulse '66

Adela Dalto-I'll Always Remember-Papa Boco-Milestone '95

Mario Bauza-Biri Bi Kum Bi-944 Columbus-Messidor '93

Bobby Hutcherson-Recorda Me-Landmarks-Landmark '85

Shelly Manne-Tangerine-And his Friends-Cpmtemporary '56

2-min break music: Mike Smith-Stu's Blues


MP3 of Show # 1488 HR 1 sponsored by Central Music:

Andy Margolis-Andy's Groove

Art Pepper-These Foolish Things

Maria Muldauer-Stand By Me

Irma Thomas-My Heart's in Memphis

Mark Sallings-Big V8

Niels Lan Doky-To the Limit

Mongo Santamaria-Cindarella 

Gil Evans-La Nevada

John Sherry-DYT It


MP3 of Show # 1485 HR 2 sponsored by Central Music:

Kenny Dorham-Philly Twist

Either Orchestra-Night of the Living Blues-Across the Omniverse-Accurate '96

William Clarke-Greasy Gravy

Hector Lavoe-El Todopoderosos

Gonzalo Rubalcaba-Woody 'N You

Charles Fambrough-Secret Hiding Place

Alice Tatum-A Child is Born

Oscar Peterson-Blues for Bach

Stan Kenton-Eager Beaver

Gap Mangione-Theme from Picnic


Archived shows over past decades
Show playlists last few years from Spinitron, buy the albums we've played



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SUPPORT OUR PAST AND CONTINUING SPONSORS!

(people who make all this work financially, Clients/Donors):

DiSciacca Glass Gallery  Downtown Chandler 

Pizza & Krispy Krunchy Chicken

Tracks in Wax                                        

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THE FOUNDERS, JULY 2010:

Back row: Ronnie Whitehead, vocalist; Kati Ingino, bassist/vocalist; Bob Estrada, bassist; Christina Plante,
Sunnyslope Art Walk Committe Chair/John C. Lincoln Hospital Neighborhood Relations.  Middle row: Bill Bellamak,
guitarist; Carolyn Karnes-Estrada, flutist; Genny Coulson, BOSS; Mollie Kidari, pianist/social media coordinator;
Armando Serna, guitarist.  Front row: Dennis Miller, Grinders Owner, harmonica/guitar/singer;  Hacksaw Tom,
Drummer/Announcer, Gary Autz, barista.  Not pictured: Steve Chernek, guitarist/photographer.  

2012 ADDITIONS:

John Mueller, DJ, 

Fundraising, Radio Syndication

                                   Sherri Baker, 

Fundraising

Pianist for Generation Gap

Hacksaw Tom's bio:

Tom came to Phoenix at age 7, and after a flirtation with top 40 KRIZ and KRUX, discovered jazz on KXTC.  That was the beginning of a jazz and radio addiction that continues to today. He holds jazz responsible for his home life, because he met his wife Genny at Two Lips Café in Phoenix.  Both were friends of the band, "New Moon Jazz."

Inherited set of drums from older brother, drum head displayed old band name: "Hacksaw Williams."  Vowed to keep that name going somehow, practiced to growing record collection.  After a little radio school, landed on-air at KXTC for a few years falling in love with the jazz radio format.  Experience with other radio formats too, but jazz was always most fun.  Sold advertising for own jazz show.  Weekend jazz DJ for 10+ years at 100,000 watt non-commercial KJZZ, Phoenix as "The Jazz Mechanic."  Learned other management radio jobs off-air at various stations.  This started a necktie collection.

Success with several bands, beginning with own "Hacksaw's Blues."  Drummer with Midnite Blues, Buddy Reed (Bon Jovi fell by one night to sing), Mike Moses (won Arizona competition to play in Memphis), Dean Murphy, and Dave Riley.  Drummer on CDs released by all except Reed.

In the '90s office, technical and management work at Phoenix's oldest and highest rated radio station, KTAR, staying 10+ years.  But no demand for jazz or blues on the air there.

Scaled band work down to one monthly coffee house gig by 2007, where members of "Hacksaw's Blues" formed an additional band "Full Moon Jazz" (reunion with former members of "New Moon Jazz").  Many times both bands jammed together so it was decided to combine everything under "Full Moon Hacksaw."  This led to a website http://fullmoonhacksaw.com to offer services of radio and drums, plus archives of current and vintage jazz radio shows.

Lost big corporate broadcasting job due to economy, plus growth in digital as radio shrank.  Ironically had already started next jazz radio series (named "Full Moon Hacksaw" after the bands and the website) produced on-line at community station "Radio Phoenix" http://radiophoenix.org.  Soon became Fundraising Contractor for non-profit radio, successful at finding financial supporters in the Phoenix area.  The first syndication affiliate for the jazz show on-air was commercial KWCD-FM in Bisbee, southern Arizona.  After that came vocational school station KVIT-FM in Phoenix on two frequencies.  Next was New Jersey KEWL 98.

Meanwhile, rockabilly group "Pat Roberts and the Heymakers" needed a drummer.  Since 2011, making half of living with this professionally successful group, working on a new CD.  Toured Belgium and Holland late 2012, while keeping foot in commercial broadcasting part-time at AM 1010, KXXT, Phoenix.

Our new radio format: "Records, neckties and drums."  The message is the same, only the media is changing.  Now Tom is drummer and broadcaster to support a jazz habit.


                                              



Hacksaw Tom drumming with Pat Roberts ROCKABILLY 



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