Funk in a Deep Freeze

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For the Sunday of the Women's March we played new releases by pianist Judy Night, flutist Magela Herrara, Judy Bisantz, Bob Levy and saxophonist Carol Sudhalter with birthday shout outs to Eartha Kitt, Irene Kral, Jose James, Cheryl Bentyne, Peter Eldridge, Sade, and Dolly Parton, among others.


  • Pam Fleming "Keep It Movin" from Buds (Infinite Room Rpm) 00:00
  • Rene Marie "A Tiny Seed" from Ice on the Hudson (SMK Jazz) 05:19
  • Karrin Allyson "Big Discount" from Some of That Sunshine (kasrecords) 10:24
  • Host speaks 13:20
  • Roxy Coss "Feminist AF" from The Future Is Female (Posi-Tone) 5:50
  • Frank Senior "You Don't Know Me" from Listening in the Dark with Frank Senior (Self released) 20:38
  • Nicole Zuraitis "Jolene" from Hive Mind (Dot Time Records) 26:18
  • Host speaks 30:38
  • Akua Dixon "The Sweetest Taboo" from Akua's Dance (Akua's Music) 33:37
  • June Bisantz & Alex Nakimovsky "Ocean Dreams" from Love's Tango (EH2U) 39:18
  • Harold Mabern "I Know That You Know" from The Iron Man: Live at Smoke (Smoke Sessions) 44:56
  • Host speaks 49:43
  • Kelly Green "I'm Old Fashioned" from Volume One (Kgmusic LLC) 50:43
  • Carol Sudhalter "Funk in a Deep Freeze" from Live at Saint Peter's Church (Alfa Projects) 1:00:21
  • Andrea Wolper "Waiting for Winter" from Parallel Lives (Jazzed Media) 1:05:35
  • Bob Levy "Will It Ever Be Spring?" from Only a Matter of Time (SRM) 1:11:09
  • Host speaks 1:14:33
  • Howard Johnson "Natural Woman" from Testimony (Tuscarora) 1:17:43
  • Eve Cornelious "Hey Boy/Hey Girl" from Live at Smoke (Self released) 1:22:32
  • The Manhattan Transfer "Blues for Harry Bosch" from The Junction (BMG) 1:28:29
  • Host speaks 1:32:50
  • Connie Han "Another Kind of Right" from Crime Zone (Mack Avenue) 1:34:40
  • Mark Murphy "Life's Mosaic" from Some Time Ago (HighNote) 1:40:07
  • Diane Witherspoon "Night Flight" from Diane Witherspoon Live (Lifeforce Jazz) 1:46:30
  • Host speaks 1:51:07
  • Judy Night "Sliding on Glass" from Sliding on Glass (Blujazz) 1:53:13
  • Allison Au "Morning" from Wander Wonder (Self released) 2:00:22
  • Irene Kral "Just For Now" from Just For Now (Jazzed Media) 2:06:02
  • Kevin Mahogany "Another Time Another Place" from Another Time Another Place (Na Klar!) 2:10:23
  • Host speaks 2:14:39
  • The Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra "Part II: And Me" from Down a Rabbit Hole (Summit) 2:18:03
  • Sara Serpa "Woman" from Close Up (Clean Feed Records) 2:23:38
  • Alicia Hall Moran "Not Today" from Here Today (Self released) 2:27:42
  • Host speaks 2:31:10
  • Audrey Ochoa "Afterthought" from Afterthought (Chronograph Records / Fontana North) 2:33:15
  • Carla Cook "The Way You Look Tonight" from It's All About Love (MaxJazz) 2:38:07
  • Simone Kopmejer "Exactly Like You" from Spotlight on Jazz (Lucky Mojo) 2:44:32
  • Natalie Douglas "I Must Have That Man" from Human Heart (Wbg Records) 2:49:09
  • Host speaks 2:53:03
  • Mariah Parker "For the Waters" from Indo Latin Jazz Live in Concert (Ancient-Future.Com Records) 2:54:05
  • Magela Herrera "Danzon Para Papa" from Explicaciones (Brontosaurus Records) 3:00:35
  • Kate McGarry "Playing Palhaco" from The Subject Tonight is Love (ArtistShare) 3:06:38
  • Peter Eldridge "Some Other Time" from Disappearing Day (Sunnyside) 3:11:21
  • Host speaks 3:16:32
  • Way North "Fearless and Kind" from Fearless and Kind (Self released) 3:18:08
  • Ann Hampton Callaway "Carey" from At Last (Telarc) 3:23:43
  • Jose James "To Be With You" from Love in a Time of Madness (Blue Note) 3:28:28
  • Host speaks 3:32:46
  • Susan Tobacman "Leaves of Absence" from Live in Detroit (Terashima Records) 3:36:25
  • Stacy Sullivan "Since You've Asked" from Tornado Alley (LML Music) 3:41:48
  • Eartha Kitt "God Bless the Child" from Thinking Jazz (ITM) 3:44:58
  • Host speaks 3:49:46
  • Chelsea McBride's Socialist Night School "Arrival of the Pegasus" from The Twilight Fall (Browntasauras Records) 3:52:13

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