From C to Shining C
August 10, 2019
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(For Now) and saxophonist
, with birthday shout outs to
Playlist Rhoda Scott "From C to Shining C" from From C to Shining C (Doodlin Records) 00:00 "Exactly Like You" from Alyssa Allgood Exactly Like You (Cellar Live) 04:44 "Where Can I Go without You" from Freddy Cole The Dreamer in Me (HighNote) 08:56 "I've Got Your Number" from Cecile McLorin Salvant The Window (Mack Avenue) 13:46 Host speaks 18:41 Pureum Jin "Ah Oh Owa" from The Real Blue (Cellar Live) 21:55 "Mammas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" from Gabrielle Stravelli Pick Up My Pieces (Self released) 29:37 "I Miss You So" from Willie Nelson American Classic (Blue Note) 34:37 Host speaks 39:06 Bob Sheppard "People Make the World Go Round" from The Fine Line (Challenge Records) 41:57 & Kerem Gorsev "Medley (Too Young/Mona Lisa)" from Allan Harris Back Again (Rec by Saatçi) 47:01 "Up on the Roof" from Celia Berk Manhattan Serenade (Self released) 50:10 Host speaks 53:05 "Run" from Miho Hazama Dancer in Nowhere (Sunnyside) 54:06 "Struttin With Some Barbeque" from Five Play Live at the Deer Head Inn (Deer Head Records) 1:01:11 "Just for a Thrill" from Greta Matassa Portrait (Origin) 1:07:50 Louis Armstrong "Hotter Than That" from West End Blues 1926-1933 (Epm Musique) 1:13:12 Louis Armstrong "Summer Song (from The Real Ambassadors)" from This Is Jazz Louis Armstrong Sings (Columbia/Legacy) 1:16:10 Host speaks 1:19:23 "Blues for Herb" from Emily Remler East to Wes (Concord) 1:22:21 Lucy Yeghiazaryan "That Ole Devil Called Love" from Blue Heaven (Cellar Music) 1:28:42 Claudia Acuna "Hey " from Turning Pages (Defin) 1:32:38 Host speaks 1:35:54 "Respected Destroyer" from Brandee Younger Soul Awakening (Self released) 1:37:13 Big Band (feat. Melissa Walker) "Upside Down (Flor de Lis)" from Christian McBride Bringin It (Mack Avenue) 1:44:07 "The Island, The Sea and You" from Carmen Lundy Code Noir (Afrasia Productions) 1:48:46 Host speaks 1:53:01 "Triple Helix: ii for Anat" from Anat Cohen Tentet Triple Helix (Anzic Records) 1:54:22 "Sunshine Follows Rain" from Yoko Miwa Keep Talkin' (Self released) 2:00:05 Josephine Sanges "Music" from Finding Beauty (Self released) 2:10:11 "Ornithology" from Ellynne Rey The Birdsongs Project (Self released) 2:13:12 Host speaks 2:16:56 "Oh Freedom" from Ulysses Owens, Jr. Songs of Freedom (Resilience Music) 2:18:45 "Protocol" from Lauren Henderson Alma Oscura (Brontosaurus Records) 2:23:05 Aimée Allen "Shooting Star" from Wings Uncaged (Azuline) 2:25:05 Host speaks 2:30:28 Big Band "Laurie Frink" from Ed Palermo A Lousy Day in Harlem (Sky Cat Records) 2:33:36 "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?" from Maureen Kennedy This Is Always (Baldwin Street Music) 2:42:01 "Homage to Freedom" from Claire Daly Mary Joyce Project: Nothing to Lose (Daly Bread Records) 2:46:42 Host speaks 2:51:07 's Socialist Night School "Intransitory" from Chelsea McBride The Twilight Fall (Browntasaurus Records) 2:53:29 "Thunderhead" from Mary Halvorson Code Girl (Firehouse 12 Records) 3:01:04 Rachelle Garniez "Swimming Pool Blue" from Swimming Pool Blue (Stand Clear Music) 3:05:59 "God Is in the Details" from Tillery Tillery (Self released) 3:10:26 Host speaks 3:15:54 For Now "How the Light Gets In" from The Turning (Self released) 3:19:13 "I May Remember Him" from Jay Clayton Unraveling Emily (Sunnyside) 3:25:02 "You Are There" from Dave Frishberg Who's On First (Blue Note) 3:28:46 Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquino "My Heart Again Will Rise" from Setting Rays of Summer (Self released) 3:31:27 Host speaks 3:34:51 "And Still We Rise" from Marlene Rosenberg MLK Convergence (Origin) 3:37:56 "Voice of My Beautiful Country Suite: I. America the Beautiful" from Rene Marie Voice of My Beautiful Country (Motéma) 3:42:38 "Save the Country" from Billy Childs Map to the Treasure (Sony Masterworks) 3:47:20 Host speaks 3:54:47 Orchestra "A Potter's Song" from Maria Schneider The Thompson Fields (Artist Share) 3:56:00
The broadcast fell after Independence Day but included sparkling new releases from vocalists