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Another Set of Recent Listeners’ Favorites

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The number of the week is five (as in Show 435)! So, it's time for listener favorites from recent shows (421-430). WHYR, Mixcloud, Pacifica and All About Jazz messages, emails, and one-on-one (masked!) feedback in the grocery store are all considered. That would generate some five to six hours of material. So, we have to exercise a certain degree of editorial judgement. See if your favs made the cut. Want to weigh in for Shows 431-440? Shoot me an email!

Playlist

  • Jimmy McGriff, Hank Crawford "I Only Have Eyes for You" from Road Tested (Milestone) 00:00
  • Don Pullen "Paraty" from Ode to Life (Blue Note) 04:46
  • Donald Byrd "The Dude" from Electric Byrd (Blue Note) 13:24
  • Lou Donaldson "Sassie Lassie" from Pretty Things (Blue Note) 22:44
  • Herbie Mann "Memphis Underground" from Memphis Underground (Atlantic) 29:02
  • Houston Person "Teardrops from My Eyes" from Soul Dance! (Prestige) 36:24
  • Jimmy Smith "I Almost Lost My Mind" from Prayer Meetin' (Blue Note) 41:46
  • Johnny Griffin "Leave Me Alone" from Chicago, New York, Paris (Verve) 51:41
  • Lonnie Smith "Play It Back" from Live at Club Mozambique (Blue Note) 58:27
  • Marcus Printup "The Bullet Train" from The New Boogaloo (Nagel-Heyer) 1:07:41
  • John Patitucci "Trinkle Tinkle" from Brooklyn (Three Faces) 1:13:38
  • Arthur Blythe "Nutty" from Light Blue: Blythe Plays Monk (Columbia) 1:20:38
  • Jack Walrath "Piggy Love" from Revenge of the Fat People (Stash) 1:27:24
  • Horace Silver "There's Much to Be Done" from That Healin' Feelin' (Blue Note) 1:32:18
  • Dave McKenna "Fidgety Feet" from An Intimate Evening (Arbors) 1:36:23
  • Bunk Johnson "Sister Kate" from Bunk Johnson in San Francisco (American Music) 1:43:17
  • Pat Metheny "Pathmaker" from From This Place (Nonesuch) 1:47:15

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