Desert Island Jazz
Jules Broussard (2001)

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A consummate professional, Jules Broussard emerges uniquely qualified for positive recognition. His career spans over three decades of shared studio and stage with such luminaries as Ray Charles, Boz Scaggs, Van Morrison, Carlos Santana, Earl Grant, Elvin Bishop, Art Garfunkel, and Dr. Hook. Jules Broussard especially enjoys performing live in and around the Bay Area, in which his varied styles, techniques, and ability to play to almost any audience can be heard.
Pick Artist Album Song Label
# 1 Bessie Smith accompanied by Louis Armstrong The Bessie Smith Collection St Louis Blues (Columbia)
# 2 Bix Beiderbecke accompanied by Frankie Trumbauer Bix Beiderbecke, Vol. 1: Singin' the Blues Singin' the Blues (Columbia)
# 3 Lester Young Count Basie: You Can Depend on Basie (LP) Jive at Five (Coral)
# 4 Ben Webster Duke Ellington: Duke and His Men (LP) Chelsea Bridge (RCA)
# 5 Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz (LP) Ko-Ko (Smithsonian)
# 6 Miles Davis Circle in the Round Love for Sale (Columbia)
# 7 Miles Davis The Complete Concert: 1964 (My Funny Valentine + "Four" & More) Seven Steps to Heaven (Columbia)
# 8 Ornette Coleman The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz (LP) Lonely Woman (Smithsonian)
Book A.L. Rowse, "The Annotated Shakespeare"
Luxury Item Hot running water and a tub
Alternate Picks/Not Broadcast
Alt 1 Sidney Bechet Victor Sessions: The Master Takes, 1932-1943 After You've Gone (Bluebird)
Alt 2 Sonny Rollins and Kenny Dorham Max Roach: Max Roach Plus Four Ezz-thetic (Emarcy)
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