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In this episode of A Broad Spectrum we feature some gorgeous new releases and we give birthday shout outs to Louis Armstrong, Jeri Southern, Hank Jones, Kevin Mahogany, Josh Nelson, Tony Bennett, Connie Converse, Kat Edmonson, KJ Denhart, Terri Lyne Carrington, Aaron Weinstein, and Baby Jane Dexter among others, focusing on some notable songs written by 21st Century Women.


  • Five Play "Struttin' With Some Barbeque" from Live at the Deer Head inn (Deer Head Jazz) 00:00
  • Louis Armstrong "I'm Gonna Gitcha" from Hot Fives Volume 1 (Columbia) 07:03
  • Louis Armstrong "I'm Not Rough" from West End Blues (1926-1933) (Indigo Records) 09:56
  • Host speaks 12:53
  • Monika Herzig "Royals" from The Whole World In Her Hands (Whaling City Sound) 16:56
  • Rene Marie "Black Lace Freudian Slip" from Black Lace Freudian Slip (Motema) 22:11
  • Kevin Mahogany "No One Knows Just What Love Holds In Store" from Double Rainbow (Enja Records) 26:39
  • KJ Denhert "Sorry" from Destiny (KJ Denhert) 31:12
  • Host speaks 35:08
  • Aaron Weinstein "Diga Diga Doo" from Blue Too (Arbors Records) 38:07
  • Mark Winkler and Cheryl Bentyne "The Best Is Yet To Come" from Eastern Standard Time (Cafe Pacific) 41:09
  • Allan Harris "Sister Sadie" from The Genius of Eddie Jefferson (Resilience Music) 51:02
  • Host speaks 55:10
  • Adison Evans "The Parking Song" from Meridian (AdiTone Music) 56:28
  • Terri Lyne Carrington "Mosaic Triad" from The Mosaic Project (Concord Jazz) 1:00:47
  • Esperanza Spalding "Crowned & Kissed" from Radio Music society (Heads Up) 1:06:42
  • The New Standards "Cruel" from Decade (Princess Records) 1:11:11
  • Becca Stevens "Both Still Here" from Regina (Ground Up Music) 1:14:54
  • Host Speaks 1:19:05
  • Michika Fukumori "Colors of Blues" from Piano Images (Summit) 1:21:16
  • Erik Applegate "I Was Never Blue" from Three's a Crowd (Artist Alliance Records) 1:24:28
  • Josh Nelson "Run" from The Sky Remains (Origin Records) 1:29:49
  • Host speaks 1:34:49
  • Karrin Allyson "Some of That Sunshine" from Some of That Sunshine (kasrecords) 1:37:03
  • Freddy Cole "The Lonely One" from My Mood Is You (HighNote) 1:41:50
  • Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings "Call On God" from Soul of a Woman (Daptone) 1:46:52
  • Host speaks 1:50:21
  • Allison Miller "Otis Was a Polar Bear" from Otis Was a Polar Bear (Royal Potato Family) 1:52:59
  • Musique Noire "She" from Reflections We Breathe (Self released) 2:00:22
  • Lizz Wright "Freedom" from Freedom and Surrender (Concord Records) 2:04:44
  • Charles Lloyd "Dust" from Vanished Gardens (Capital Records LLC) 2:09:49
  • Connie Converse "Playboy of the Western World" from How Sad How Lovely (Lauderette) 2:17:45
  • Host speaks 2:21:44
  • Sharel Cassity "New Day" from Evolve (Raisha Music) 2:24:58
  • Amy Winehouse "You Know I'm No Good" from Back to Black (Universal) 2:30:14
  • Sachal Vasandani "Love Is a Losing Game" from Hi-Fly (Mack Avenue) 2:34:27
  • Norah Jones "Burn" from Day Breaks (Blue Note) 2:38:07
  • Host speaks 2:42:40
  • Maggie Herron "Monkishness" from A Ton of Trouble (Herron Song Records) 2:45:13
  • Baby Jane Dexter "Be Cool" from Baby Jane Dexter Bootlegs Herself (Self released) 2:48:28
  • Kate Reid "Two Grey Rooms" from The Heart Already Knows (Self released) 2:51:53
  • Host speaks 2:55:39
  • Ron English "Hear My Call" from Dance Cry Dance (Detroit Music Factory) 2:56:48
  • Mary Halvorson "Away With You (No. 55)" from Away With You (Firehouse 12 Records) 3:01:22
  • Cecile McLorin Salvant "Monday" from For One to Love (Mack Avenue) 3:09:20
  • Kat Edmonson "Sparkle and Shine" from Old Fashioned Gal (MRI) 3:11:12
  • Host speaks 3:14:35
  • Debbie Poryes "Loving Hank" from Loving Hank (OA2 Records) 3:16:47
  • Abbey Lincoln and Hank Jones "Angel Face" from When There Is Love (Verve International) 3:21:22
  • Ella Fitzgerald "Rough Riding" from Rhythm Is My Business (Verve) 3:26:51
  • Jeri Southern "I Don't Know Where to Turn" from The Southern Style (Cool Note) 3:29:43
  • Host speaks 3:33:07
  • Lauren Sevian "Bliss" from Bliss (Posi-Tone) 3:36:47
  • Camille Bertault "Nouvelle York" from Pas de Geant (Classique) 3:41:11
  • Tony Bennett and Bill Evans "When In Rome" from The Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album (Original Jazz Classics) 3:44:49
  • Vivian Lee "Some Other Time" from Let's Talk About Love (Tara Records) 3:47:44
  • Host Speaks 3:53:32
  • Roomful of Teeth "Allemande" from Roomful of Teeth (New Amsterdam Records) 3:55:18

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