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Wynton Marsalis performs on “A Prairie Home Companion”

Wynton Marsalis and his Quintet performed on A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor at New York City’s Town Hall on Saturday night. The Quintet played three tunes: School Boy (from He and She), Number 8 (from Music, Deep Revers In My Soul), Free to Be (from The Magic Hour). You may still have a chance to listen to this broadcast in your area.
Listen to the full show

00:00:00 APHC Logo Open
00:00:11 Tishomingo Blues
00:00:19 GK Intro
00:01:34 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight/Mozambique
00:05:46 Open script – GK/bass/drums
00:11:02 “Long Gone Lonesome Blues” – GK/ Heather Masse/Shoe Band
00:14:08 New York script (with ‘April Comes She Will’)
00:20:46 GK intros Wynton Marsalis
00:21:39 “School Boy” – Wynton Marsalis with His Quintet
00:26:09 GK talks to Wynton
00:26:35 SFX/Coffee script
00:31:04 Powdermilk Biscuit Theme
00:33:10 “It Is What It Is” – GK/Shoe Band
00:36:03 GK intros Heather Masse
00:37:09 “Our World” – Heather Masse and Shoe Band
00:40:32 Guy Noir script
00:55:23 GK talks with Wynton Marsalis
00:56:34 “My Jazz, My Soul” – Wynton Marsalis with his Quintet
01:02:33 GK Intermission
01:03:41 Intermission/“Shine” – Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band
01:06:26 Greetings
01:10:14 “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” – GK/ band
01:13:48 Therapy script into Bail Out And Boogie/ Fatherhood
01:21:19 Catchup script
01:25:31 “Peel Me A Grape” – Heather Masse, Shoes, Wynton Marsalis and Walter Blanding
01:30:24 News From Lake Wobegon
01:46:24 “How Long Blues” – Pat Donohue, Wynton Marsalis and Walter Blanding
01:49:52 GK talks about Wynton Marsalis
01:51:14 “Free to Be” – Wynton Marsalis and his Quintet
01:55:33 Credits, Ride Ride Ride

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  1. yo

    bob on Apr 16th, 2009 at 10:18am

  2. That’s him, Careba, that’s Wynton whistling, no horn required!!

    Karen on Apr 16th, 2009 at 8:38am

  3. Hi Karen,
    curious about the whistling sound you mention.
    I’ve been listening to Wynton’s audio webcast at Tawn Hall and to me is sounds more like human whistle than a horn one….don’t know….‘re you sure it’s just horn upper register?.
    In any case, beautiful sound and ending for the song.

    careba on Apr 15th, 2009 at 7:51pm

  4. Anyone know where you can pick Number 8 up? I’m new to the scene and couldn’t find that track on a couple of sites I checked. It was amazing and I would like to listen to it again!

    Dan on Apr 6th, 2009 at 1:10pm

  5. You and your group are sensational! I can’t wait to listen to He and She. Also, loved your comment about jazz bagpipes. If you find someone to play bagpipes with you, you have to go back and play on the show!

    Hila on Apr 5th, 2009 at 10:55pm

  6. Ooops, whistle, I mean, up there in the upper register!

    Karen on Apr 5th, 2009 at 5:43pm

  7. Thanks for Number 8, Wynton!!! I heard you whitsle!

    Karen on Apr 5th, 2009 at 5:42pm

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