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Betty Carter, Horace Parlan, Shirley Scott & Quentin Baxter


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Just like we did last week, we travel to South Carolina for our first song from the very esteemed drummer Quentin E. Baxter with a cut off his 2022 album Art Moves Jazz with "For Minors Only." From there, we hear a classic from another South Carolina stronghold in Lucky Thompson. We also profile the nostalgia of US3 with their hit "Cantaloop." From there, we take a good look into some excellent new modern songs from George Burton, HANKA G and Camilo Valencia. Our final offering is from from the duo of Randy Brecker and Eric Marienthal. Dig the jazz, my friends.


  • Quentin Baxter Quintet "For Minors Only" Art Moves Jazz (BME LLC) 0:00
  • Host talks 4:40
  • Lucky Thompson All Stars "Irresistable You" Jazz Collection Vol. 3 (Milestone Albums) 7:37
  • US3 "Cantaloop" Hand on the Torch (Blue Note) 10:53
  • Host talks 15:22
  • Horace Parlan Trio "Us Three" Us Three (Blue Note) 17:59
  • George Burton "Finite Space" Reciprocity (George Burton) 22:14
  • Host talks 24:54
  • Shirley Scott "Just Squeeze Me" The Jazz Collection Volume One 1958-1961 (Crystaline Days Records) 25:39
  • Dawson Jones "Enligtenment" KC Singles (Dawson Jones) 29:03
  • Host talks 35:55
  • Peter Schlamb "AAB" Tinks (Peter Schlamb) 36:47
  • Hanka G "As You Are'" Universal Ancestry (Hanka G) 40:00
  • Host talks 43:50
  • Betty Carter "I Cant' Help It" Finest Hour (Verve) 45:00
  • Camilo Valencia "Songo Bop" Made in Miami (Pier 5) 47:17
  • Host talks 51:24
  • Randy Brecker & Eric Marienthal "Double Dealin'" Double Dealin' (Shanachie Entertainment) 53:03

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