Celebrating Sarah Vaughan And A New Betty Carter Recording
April 27, 2019
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plus a first listen to
'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
, blues guitarist
, among others.
Playlist 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 & Betty Carter "Stolen Moments (You Belong to Her)" from Carmen McRae Duets: Live at the Great American Music Hall (Verve) 28:01 "I Can't Help It " from Giacomo Gates What Time Is It? (Savant) 31:38 Host speaks 35:55 "Waltzing Matilda" from Lisa Parrott Round Tripper (Self released) 38:53 "Just As It Is (Ed's Song)" from Jessica Jones Continuum (Reva Records) 47:18 Host speaks 52:00 's Rock-Jazz Orchestra "Mirrorshaft" from Mariel Austin Runner in the Rain (Self released) 53:18 "Why Don't You Try " from Rachel Therrien WDYT (Why Don't You Try) (Les Productions Multiple Chord Music Inc) 1:01:10 "Ladies In Mercedes" from Tina May Early May (33 Jazz) 1:05:36 "I'm In Love Again" from Cynthia Crane 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 "Sassy's Blues" from Camille Thurman Inside the Moment (Chesky) 1:27:55 Host speaks 1:35:30 & Trio Brasileiro "Teimosa" from Anat Cohen Rosa Dos Ventos (Anzic Records) 1:37:58 & Natalie Cressman "L'Aube" from Ian Faquini Setting Rays of Sun (Self released) 1:42:53 Astrud Gilberto "Tristeza (Goodbye Sadness)" from The Shadow of Your Smile (Verve) 1:44:54 "To Say Goodbye" from Stacey Kent 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 "The-min-or Way" from Mimi Jones Feet in the Mud (Hot Tone Music) 2:00:13 "Like a Puzzle" from Daryl Sherman Guess Who's in Town (Audiophile) 2:05:49 "The Albatross" from Patricia Barber Higher (ArtistShare) 2:09:00 Host speaks 2:14:14 's Boom Tic Boom "Zev-The Phoenix" from Allison Miller Glitter Wolf (Royal Potato Family) 2:17:22 Sarah Vaughan "Empty Faces (Vera Cruz)" from I Love Brazil (Fantasy) 2:22:45 Sarah Vaughan& "Scat Blues" from Clark Terry 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 "Bordeaux" from Yelena Eckemoff Colors (L and H Music) 2:39:28 "Change" from Sivan Arbel Change of Light (Self released) 2:46:04 Host speaks 2:53:42 "Angelic Warrior" from Tia Fuller Angelic Warrior (Mack Avenue) 2:54:18 "If You'll Call Me, Then I'll Call You" from Diane Moser Birdsongs (Planet Arts Records) 3:00:15 Jeff Rupert & "Pennies from Heaven" from Veronica Swift Let's Sail Away (Self released) 3:06:40 "On the Road" from Leala Cyr 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 "Twilight in the Mangroves" from Mimi Fox This Bird Still Flies (Origin) 3:29:06 Host speaks 3:34:25 "Chelsea Morning" from Hilary Gardner The Great City (Anzic) 3:38:30 "Blue" from Rufus Wainwright Joni 75-A Birthday Celebration (Decca) 3:41:53 "Borderline" from Norah Jones Joni 75-A Birthday Celebration (Decca) 3:45:27 Host speaks 3:51:11 & Hiromi "Moonlight Sunshine" from Edmar Castaneda Live in Montreal (Telarc) 3:52:30
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