WXDU 88.7 FM Duke University Radio PLAYLISTS: Current | Past 10 Days LISTEN NOW: MP3 (default) / Ogg
Make a Request
make a request online
Contact Us
WXDU 88.7 FM
PO Box 90689
Duke Station
Durham, NC 27708
WXDU's Mission
WXDU, as a member of the Duke University Union, exists to inform, educate, and entertain both the students of Duke University and the surrounding community of Durham through quality progressive alternative radio programming. WXDU seeks to give its staff the freedom to pursue their personal aesthetic within the framework of a cohesive format. WXDU aims to provide the listener with an alternative viewpoint untainted by commercial interests. WXDU resolves to maintain good relations with the music industry without compromising its integrity and nationally recognized commitment to quality programming. WXDU resolves to remain a laboratory where all members are free to make and learn from their mistakes.

"This Much is Certain" with Mumbly Joe (archive)

Wednesday, January 7, 2009 | 20:00 to 22:00 | Playlist

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Duke Ellington Guitar Armor in the Uncommon Market Pablo Ray Nance on violin; written for movie Paris Blues
Stephane Grappelli Just One of Those Things just one of those things Black Lion Records SG on Violin; live at the Montreux Jazz Fest. 1973; played with Django in the Qunitet of the Hot Club of France
Billy Strayhorn Passion Flower Lush Life Red Barron Duke on piano; Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonsalvs on sax; 1964 Basin Street East
Ray Charles and Cleo Laine Summertime Porgy and Bess RCA
Gil Evans Ella Speed the Arrangers' Touch Prestige Paul Chambers, 1957
Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong A Song Was Born Havin' More Fun Jazz Unlimited Louis and Jack Teagarden vocals
Jack Teagarden, with Bud Freeman and his famous Chicagoans Jack Hits the Road 1940s the singers columbia
John Coltrane Chim Chim Cheree A Retrospective: the Impulse Years Impulse
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers Good Morning Heartache I get a kick out of bu Soulnote
Don Redmon and his orchestra Doin' what I please 1930s the singers columbia
Woody Herman and his Woodchoppers Fan It the small groups: new directions columbia
Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt Jam for Boppers Jug and Sonny Chess Records
Dizzy Gillespie & co. Jammin' Jazz Jazz-Berry Jam Jazz Greats Lester Young - tenor sax