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Birthday Celebrations for Shirley Horn and Judy Collins


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This broadcast celebrates songs about birds in the second hour plus birthday songbirds Judy Collins (who just turned 80) and the legendary Shirley Horn. New releases included vocalists Kalya Ramu, Holly Cole, Laurie Antonioli, Charles Ruggiero & Hilary Gardner, bassist Anne Mette Iversen, pianists Amina Figarova and Eric Reed, with more birthday shout outs to Bing Crosby, Connie Crothers, and Willie Nelson, among others.


  • Ariel Pocock "Gonzalos Melody" from Living in Twilight (Justin Time ) 00:00
  • Kalya Ramu "It's A Good Day" from Living In a Dream (Self released) 03:55
  • Holly Cole "We've Got a World That Swings" from Holly (Shanachie Entertainment) 07:22
  • Host speaks 10:03
  • Lioness "Sunny Day Pal" from Pride & Joy (Posi-Tone) 13:04
  • Catherine Russell "Early In the Morning" from Alone Together (Dot Time) 17:16
  • Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters "Good, Good, Good" from Songs of Doris Fisher (Master Classics) 21:25
  • Duchess "On the Sunny Side of the Street" from Laughing At Life (Anzic) 23:40
  • Host speaks 27:24
  • Eric Reed "Up Jumped Spring" from Everybody Gets the Blues (Smoke Sessions Records) 30:04
  • Ronny Whyte "It's Nice Weather for Ducks" from Whyte Wolf (Audiophile) 38:38
  • Host speaks 41:18
  • Carmen McRae "The Ballad of Thelonious Monk" from The Art of Carmen McRae: For Once In My Life (Collectibles) 43:00
  • Gabrielle Stravelli "Mammas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" from Pick Up My Pieces (Self released) 47:48
  • Host speaks 52:48
  • Connie Crothers "Prez Says" from New York Night (Orchard) 53:29
  • Way North "Birds For Free" from Fearless and Kind (Self released) 1:00:45
  • Charles Ruggiero & Hilary Gardner "Lovey Dovey" from Play the Bird & the Bee (Self released) 1:04:31
  • Joanna Wallfisch "Ballet of Birds" from Far Away from Any Place Called Home (Self released) 1:09:00
  • Ellynne Rey "Ornithology/Blujay & Cat" from The Birdsongs Project (Self released) 1:11:54
  • Host speaks 1:15:39
  • Jane Ira Bloom "One Note from One Bird" from Wild Lines: Improvising Emily Dickinson (Outline) 1:17:30
  • Lara Downes "Albatross" from Holes in the Sky (Sony Mastreworks) 1:21:34
  • Herbie Hancock "Both Sides Now" from River: the Joni Letters (Verve) 1:27:02
  • Host speaks 1:34:34
  • Nina Simone "My Father" from Baltimore (Legacy) 1:36:24
  • Tom Wopat "Since You Asked" from I've Got Your Number (LML Music) 1:41:17
  • Stephen Stills & Judy Collins "Who Knows Where the Time Goes" from Everybody Knows (Wildflower / Cleopatra Records, Inc.) 1:44:21
  • Host speaks 1:49:57
  • Miggy Augmented Orchestra "Find the White Line —Inspiration on Birds" from Colorful (ArtistShare) 1:52:12
  • Akua Dixon "The Sweetest Taboo" from Akua's Dance (Akua's Music) 2:00:02
  • Alicia Olatuja "No Ordinary Love" from Intuition: Songs From the Minds of Women (Resilience) 2:05:44
  • Lincoln Briney "Love Is Stronger Than Pride" from Lincoln Briney's Contemporary Favorites (Visions (Indie (Japan))) 2:10:28
  • Host speaks 2:13:32
  • Johnny O'Neal "People Make the World Go Round" from In the Moment (Smoke Sessions) 2:15:45
  • Shirley Horn "How Am I To Know" from Here's To Life (Verve ) 2:21:07
  • Joe Williams "Love Without Money" from In Good Company (Polygram ) 2:24:28
  • Shirley Horn "Forget Me" from May the Music Never End (Universal Music) 2:27:50
  • Host speaks 2:31:16
  • Simona Premazzi "Peltlude" from Outspoken (Self released) 2:32:59
  • Claire Martin "Believin' It" from Believin' It (Linn) 2:38:57
  • Andy Bey "Lonely Town" from American Song (Savoy) 2:42:22
  • Sarah McKenzie "Till the End of Time" from Secrets of My Heart (Normandy Lane Music) 2:45:58
  • Host speaks 2:51:10
  • Anne Mette Iversen "Polychromatic Pictures" from Invincible Nimbus (BJURecords) 2:53:05
  • Plucky Strum "Hissing of Summer Lawns" from Departure (Whaling City Sound) 3:00:00
  • Susana Raya "All I Want" from Wind Rose (Self released) 3:05:33
  • Laurie Antonioli "Harry's House/The Arrangement" from The Constant Passage of Time (Origin) 3:08:58
  • Host speaks 3:15:22
  • Amina Figarova "All We Dance" from Road to the Sky (Bartamina Music) 3:17:04
  • Ulysses Owens, Jr. (feat. Theo Bleckmann) "Balm In Gilead" from Songs of Freedom (Resilience) 3:22:35
  • Jody Sandhaus "I Don't Know Where to Turn" from Afterglow (Self released) 3:28:29
  • Host speaks 3:33:15
  • Melissa Aldana "Visions" from Visions (Motema) 3:35:32
  • Ashley Pezzotti "Something I Dreamed Last Night" from We've Only Just Begun (Self released) 3:43:45
  • Willie Nelson "Young At Heart" from My Way (Legacy) 3:47:29
  • Host speaks 3:50:15
  • Lynne Arriale "Woodstock" from Give Us These Days (Challenge) 3:53:36

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