|Fred Berry (2001)|
|Director Fred Berry is a Lecturer in Jazz Studies at Stanford University. Mr. Berry has also been Director of the Jazz Program at the College of San Mateo for the past twenty years. He holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Music from Southern Illinois University and later did additional graduate work at Stanford.
A frequent performer on trumpet in professional Bay Area jazz ensembles, Mr. Berry has performed with Count Basie, McCoy Tyner, Benny Carter, Joe Henderson, Dizzy Gillespie, Lou Rawls, Lionel Hampton and many others.
|# 1||Miles Davis with Gil Evans||Porgy and Bess||Gone / Gone, Gone, Gone||(Columbia)|
|# 2||Count Basie||The Atomic Mr Basie||Lil' Darlin'||(Roulette)|
|# 3||Chick Corea||Now He Sings, Now He Sobs||My One and Only Love||(Blue Note)|
|# 4||Miles Davis||Live-Evil||Sivad||(Columbia)|
|# 5||John Coltrane||Giant Steps||Naima||(Atlantic)|
|# 6||Miles Davis||Kind of Blue||Blue in Green||(Columbia)|
|# 7||Count Basie||The Atomic Mr Basie||The Kid from Red Bank||(Roulette)|
|Book||J.R.R. Tolkien, "The Hobbit" and the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy|
|Luxury Item||A set of golf clubs and a large supply of golf balls|
|Alternate Picks/Not Broadcast|
|Alt 1||Béla Bartók||Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra||Concerto for Orchestra, Sz 116||(Sony)|
|Alt 2||Miles Davis||Cookin' at the Plugged Nickel||Walkin'||(Columbia)|
Ron E. Beck