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Closing Out the Year 2020 With New Releases Plus A Remembrance Of Departed Artists

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Our year end broadcast features new releases from Paola Prestini & Magos Herrera, Lezlie Harrison and Sue Maskaleris with birthday shoutouts to pianists Janice Friedman, Una Mae Carlisle, vocalists Chris McNulty, Katie Bull, Edith Piaf and saxophonist Camille Thurman. Also remembering the many musicians who left us in 2020. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of lockdown.

Playlist

  • Janice Friedman "Get Set" from Live at Kitano (Self released) 00:00
  • Una Mae Carlisle "Tain't Yours" from 1942-1944 (Harlequin) 03:40
  • Alexis Cole, Bucky Pizzarelli "On the Sunny Side of the Street" from A Beautiful Friendship (Venus) 06:31
  • Host speaks 09:47
  • Nubya Garcia "Pace" from Source (Concord Jazz) 11:12
  • Katie Bull "The Drive to Woodstock" from All Hot Bodies Radiate (Ashokan) 19:03
  • Host speaks 23:04
  • Johnny Mandel and The DIVA Jazz Orchestra "Cinnamon and Clove" from The Man and His Music (Arbors ) 24:08
  • Martha Lorin "Come Walk With Me" from Don't Slam That Door-The Many Moods of Martha Lorin (Southport) 27:49
  • Paola Prestini & Magos Herrera "The Creation of the Birds -La creacion de las aves" from Con Alma (National Sawdust Tracks) 32:40
  • Host speaks 37:09
  • Wallace Roney "Why Should There Be Stars" from Blue Dawn-Blue Nights (HighNote) 38:17
  • Holli Ross "Elegy" from You'll See (Miles High Records) 43:44
  • Jimmy Heath (featuring Cecile McLorin Salvant) "Left Alone" from Love Letters (Verve) 49:28
  • Host speaks 53:51
  • Elsa Nilsson "Sankta Lucia" from Dark Is Light Is (Self released) 54:54
  • Brittany Anjou "Starlight" from Enamiĝo Reciprokataj (Origin) 1:00:00
  • Adrian Cunningham & La Lucha "Winter's Eve" from New Holiday Classics (Arbors) 1:03:02
  • Lezlie Harrison "Throw It Away" from Soul Book, Vol. 1 (Pure Tones of Soul) 1:06:41
  • Host speaks 1:12:43
  • Sue Maskaleris "Renewal" from Love Is The Key (Jazilion Records) 1:13:51
  • Chris McNulty "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life" from Eternal (Palmetto) 1:17:53
  • Host speaks 1:24:03
  • Diane Moser "If You Call Me, Then I'll Call You" from Birdsong (Planet Arts) 1:25:02
  • PARIS COMBO "Je Suis Partie" from Tako Tsubo! (DRG Records) 1:31:25
  • Camille Thurman "If You Love Me (Really Love Me)" from Waiting For the Sunrise (Chesky Records) 1:35:16
  • Host speaks 1:39:05
  • Jihee Heo "Dark and Light" from Are You Ready? (OA2) 1:40:08
  • Freddy Cole "Exactly Like You" from He Was the King (HighNote) 1:44:31
  • Amy London, Holli Ross, Dylan Pramuk, Darmon Meader (feat. Annie Ross) "Music Is Forever" from The Royal Bopsters Project (Motema) 1:48:54
  • Host speaks 1:55:08
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:57:09

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