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Duke Ellington, Hugh Masekela and Harry James

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From the talented collective Sammy Miller and the Congregation out of Los Angeles, California, we start a new hour of jazz with episode 594. Over the hour, we hear from some exceedingly cool cats like Duke Ellington, Hugh Masekala, Fess Williams and Harry James. A look into the music and words of the book Jazz on a Saturday Night and a deeper look into the musicians Allison Au, James Suggs and Doug MacDonald highlight this show.

Playlist

  • Sammy Miller and the Congregation "What a Wonderful World" Sammy Miller and The Congregation (Sammy Miller and The Congregation) 00:00
  • Host talks 2:57
  • Duke Ellington "Eighth Veil" Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Vol.1, 1946 (Hindsight Records) 5:29
  • Jazz on a Saturday Night Theme Song "Jazz on a Saturday Night Theme Song" Leo and Diane Dillon (Leo and Diane Dillion) 8:34
  • Host talks 12:53
  • Beats "Beatnik Bounce"Ultimate Beatnik Collection Volume 4 (Red Devil Records)13:40
  • Allison Au Quartet "Grounds" Wander Wonder (Allison Au Quartet) 16:03
  • Host talks 19:04
  • New Orleans Jazz Orchestra "Java" Songs -The Music of Allen Toussaint (Storyville Records) 20:30
  • Doug MacDonald Quartet "Jazz for All Occasions" Organisms (Doug MacDonald Music) 23:36
  • Host talks 29:55
  • Hugh Masekela "Grazing in the Grass" The Best of Hugh Masekela (SBME) 31:40
  • Scott Robinson "Rainy River" Tenormore (ARBORS) 34:31
  • Host talks 39:42
  • Fess Williams and His Royal Flush Orchestra "You're Gonna Hear From Me" A Few Riffs (Accurate Records) 40:29
  • James Suggs "But Oh, What Love" You're Gonna Hear From Me (ARBORS) 43:28
  • Host talks 48:01
  • Paul Dietrich Jazz Ensemble "Like Water"Forward (Paul Dietrich Jazz Ensemble) 49:10
  • Host talks 52:10
  • Harry James and His Orchestra "Memphis in June"The Greatest Hits (Columbia) 53:00

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