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Celebrating Sarah Vaughan And A New Betty Carter Recording


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The final Sunday of Womens History Month includes new releases from Bob Dorough, Gabrielle Stravelli, Patricia Barber plus a first listen to Betty Carter's first posthumous recording of a live 1992 concert in the early days of Jazz at Lincoln Center, with birthday shout outs to legendary vocalists Sarah Vaughan, Aretha Franklin, Astrud Gilberto, and Pearl Bailey, blues guitarist Etta Baker and saxophonist Ben Webster, among others.


  • Ben Webster "Weep for Me" from Ballads (Phoenix) 00:00
  • Dave's True Story "Daddy-O" from Sex Without Bodies (Chesky) 04:51
  • Bob Dorough "Take Five" from But For Now (Enja Records) 08:08
  • Gabrielle Stravelli "Mammas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" from Pick Up My Pieces (Self released) 11:22
  • Host speaks 16:23
  • Betty Carter "Ms. B.C." from The Music Never Stops (Blue Engine Records) 20:17
  • Betty Carter "Tight!/Mr. Gentleman from" The Music Never Stops (Blue Engine Records) 23:28
  • Carmen McRae & Betty Carter "Stolen Moments (You Belong to Her)" from Duets: Live at the Great American Music Hall (Verve) 28:01
  • Giacomo Gates "I Can't Help It " from What Time Is It? (Savant) 31:38
  • Host speaks 35:55
  • Lisa Parrott "Waltzing Matilda" from Round Tripper (Self released) 38:53
  • Jessica Jones "Just As It Is (Ed's Song)" from Continuum (Reva Records) 47:18
  • Host speaks 52:00
  • Mariel Austin's Rock-Jazz Orchestra "Mirrorshaft" from Runner in the Rain (Self released) 53:18
  • Rachel Therrien "Why Don't You Try " from WDYT (Why Don't You Try) (Les Productions Multiple Chord Music Inc) 1:01:10
  • Tina May "Ladies In Mercedes" from Early May (33 Jazz) 1:05:36
  • Cynthia Crane "I'm In Love Again" from Cynthia's in Love (LookOut Jazz) 1:12:05
  • Host speaks 1:17:40
  • Lioness "Sweety" from Pride & Joy (Posi-Tone) 1:19:28
  • Aretha Franklin "Moody's Mood" from Aretha's Jazz (Atlantic) 1:25:00
  • Camille Thurman "Sassy's Blues" from Inside the Moment (Chesky) 1:27:55
  • Host speaks 1:35:30
  • Anat Cohen & Trio Brasileiro "Teimosa" from Rosa Dos Ventos (Anzic Records) 1:37:58
  • Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquini "L'Aube" from Setting Rays of Sun (Self released) 1:42:53
  • Astrud Gilberto "Tristeza (Goodbye Sadness)" from The Shadow of Your Smile (Verve) 1:44:54
  • Stacey Kent "To Say Goodbye" from I Know I Dream: the Orchestral Sessions (Sony Masterworks) 1:47:10
  • Host speaks 1:52:24
  • Five Play "Sambe De Sorvete" from Live at the Firehouse (5Play2019) 1:54:07
  • Mimi Jones "The-min-or Way" from Feet in the Mud (Hot Tone Music) 2:00:13
  • Daryl Sherman "Like a Puzzle" from Guess Who's in Town (Audiophile) 2:05:49
  • Patricia Barber "The Albatross" from Higher (ArtistShare) 2:09:00
  • Host speaks 2:14:14
  • Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom "Zev-The Phoenix" from Glitter Wolf (Royal Potato Family) 2:17:22
  • Sarah Vaughan "Empty Faces (Vera Cruz)" from I Love Brazil (Fantasy) 2:22:45
  • Sarah Vaughan& Clark Terry "Scat Blues" from Sonny Lester Presents Jazz for a Sunday Afternoon, Vol. 5 The Vocalists (Groove Merchant Records) 2:29:04
  • Sarah Vaughan "On the Other Side of the Tracks" from Sassy Swings Again (Mercury) 2:33:11
  • Host speaks 2:36:44
  • Yelena Eckemoff "Bordeaux" from Colors (L and H Music) 2:39:28
  • Sivan Arbel "Change" from Change of Light (Self released) 2:46:04
  • Host speaks 2:53:42
  • Tia Fuller "Angelic Warrior" from Angelic Warrior (Mack Avenue) 2:54:18
  • Diane Moser "If You'll Call Me, Then I'll Call You" from Birdsongs (Planet Arts Records) 3:00:15
  • Jeff Rupert & Veronica Swift "Pennies from Heaven" from Let's Sail Away (Self released) 3:06:40
  • Leala Cyr "On the Road" from First Instinct (Self released) 3:11:22
  • Host speaks 3:17:47
  • Etta Baker "One Dime Blues" from One Dime Blues (Rounder) 3:20:36
  • Pearl Bailey "Tired" from The Songs of Doris Fisher (Master Classics) 3:23:08
  • Gretchen Reinhagen "Good Thing Blues" from Take It With Me (Self released) 3:26:28
  • Mimi Fox "Twilight in the Mangroves" from This Bird Still Flies (Origin) 3:29:06
  • Host speaks 3:34:25
  • Hilary Gardner "Chelsea Morning" from The Great City (Anzic) 3:38:30
  • Rufus Wainwright "Blue" from Joni 75-A Birthday Celebration (Decca) 3:41:53
  • Norah Jones "Borderline" from Joni 75-A Birthday Celebration (Decca) 3:45:27
  • Host speaks 3:51:11
  • Hiromi & Edmar Castaneda "Moonlight Sunshine" from Live in Montreal (Telarc) 3:52:30

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