Jazz vibraphonist supreme Bobby Hutcherson died yesterday at the age of 75 due to complications from emphysema. Though ailing from this horrid disease (that’s what second-hand smoke did in the clubs, though he was also a smoker), Bobby continued to tour and work with the SF Jazz Collective, the inaugural group, and record with his good life-time friend McCoy Tyner and others. His work with Eric Dolphy is historical, as it was with Jackie McLean and McCoy Tyner. On Thursday, Aug. 18, 2-5 pm CDT your host Steve Braunginn aired a complete portrait of this remarkable artist. This week’s “Strictly Jazz Sounds” featured Bobby Hutcherson, both as a group leader and co-performer, for a salute to one of the remaining jazz legends who will live on through the music, the art in sound (and in film with “Round Midnight”.) Listen to the show archive on-demand through 8/31 here: http://archive.wortfm.org/ You can always catch the show live streaming at wortfm.org and by tuning in to WORT 89.9-FM, Thursdays from 2-5 pm CDT on WORT, your place for jazz!