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Eldar, Bill Frisell, Gerry Mulligan and More

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Another stellar album is out there from Pianist Eldar Djangirov and we play music off of it. Also, we honor the great Mike Longo and Harold Mabern. Enjoy the jazz.

Playlist

  • Eldar Djangirov "Devotion" Once Upon a Time (Twelve Tone Resonance, LLC) 00:00
  • Host talks 5:50
  • Marian McPartland "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" Reader's Digest Presents (Reader's Digest) 7:47
  • Bill Frisell "Beautiful View" Big Sur (Sony) 9:53
  • Host talks 13:51
  • Mike Longo "Times Square"The Earth is but One Country (Consolidated Artists Productions) 15:18
  • Kat Edmonson "Too Late to Dream" Dreamers Do (Spinnerette Records) 18:20
  • Host talks 21:28
  • The Ink Spots "DoNuts" Side by Side (StarPointe Records) 23:08
  • Jimmie Greene "Always There" While Looking Up (Mack Avenue Records) 24:59
  • Host talks 30:01
  • Gerry Mulligan "18 Carrots for Baby Rabbit" Meets the Best (Verve) 30:45
  • John Sneider "On A Turquoise Cloud" The Scrapper (Cellar Live) 36:03
  • Host talks 41:07
  • Bill Dobbins and The WDR Big Band "A Lo Tristano" Big Band Time (Termidor Music) 42:26
  • Jeff Goldblum "The Kicker" I Shouldn't be Telling You This (Decca) 47:20
  • Host talks 51:00
  • Harold Mabern "It's Magic"Mabern Plays Mabern (Smoke Sessions) 51:54

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