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December Birthday Salutes

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Whether they've grabbed their hats and caught the bus, or are still with us, every one of these musicians makes the world a bit brighter. Of those living that we've featured, a special Gifts & Messages greeting to Curtis Fuller, Barry Harris and Eddie Palmieri as each celebrated more than 80 years on the planet on our day of broadcast! Enjoy the show!

Playlist

  • Tony Williams "Fred" from Believe It (Columbia) 00:00
  • Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Cannonball Adderley "Hold It!" from Cleanhead And Cannonball (Landmark) 06:39
  • Earl Hines "Blues In Thirds" from Blues In Thirds (Black Lion) 11:24
  • Jimmy Smith "Come On Baby" from Home Cookin' (Blue Note) 15:54
  • Eddie Palmieri "La Cancha" from Sabiduria/Wisdom (Ropeadope) 22:44
  • Barry Harris "One Down" from Preminado (Riverside) 28:59
  • Jaco Pastorius "Liberty City" from The Birthday Concert (Warner Bros) 33:50
  • Woody Shaw "Think On Me" from Blackstone Legacy (Contemporary) 41:56
  • Stan Kenton "Intermission Riff" from Kenton In Hi-Fi (Capitol) 53:03
  • Donald Byrd "Pentecostal Feelin'" from Free Form (Blue Note) 58:01
  • Joe Williams, Count Basie "Confession' The Blues" from Just The Blues (Roulette) 1:04:37
  • John Patitucci "The Thumb" from Brooklyn (Three Faces) 1:09:22
  • Leo Wright "Suddenly The Blues" from Suddenly The Blues (Atlantic) 1:13:31
  • Don Pullen "Kahji" from Melodic Excursions (Timeless) 1:18:44
  • Larry Willis "Alter Ego" from The Offering (HighNote) 1:25:20
  • Curtis Fuller "Ladies Night" from Soul Trombone (Impulse) 1:32:09
  • Wynton Kelly "Skatin'" from Kelly At Midnight (Vee Jay) 1:38:24
  • John Abercrombie "Long Ago (And Far Away)" from Tactics (ECM) 1:44:11

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