The celebration of 1969 continued in this broadcast, which included new releases from vocalists Nicholas Bearde, The New York Voices and Quiana Lynell, pianist Alberto Pibiri & the Al Peppers, plus a special Woodstock tribute by Erik Applegate & Time Child, with birthday shout outs to Pat Metheny in the first hour, Mary Stallings (80!) and George Shearing in the third hour (100!), and Bill Evans in the final hour, among others. As always, a preview of who played in town that week with special attention to the Charlie Parker Festival, where the turnout of women artists was strong.
Bill Evans "You're Gonna Hear From Me" from Some Other Time: The Lost Session From the Black Forest (Resonance) 3:03:20
Roseanna Vitro " Funkallero" from Thoughts Of Bill Evans (A-Records) 3:06:51
Tony Bennett "The Two Lonely People" from Together Again (Concord) 3:09:47
Elizabeth Tomboulian "Re: Person I Knew / Time After Time" from Love's In Need of Love Today (Quantum Starsong) 3:14:23
Host speaks 3:19:25
Lynne Arriale "Woodstock" from Give Us These Days (Challenge) 3:21:40
James Taylor "Woodstock" from Joni 75_A Birthday Celebration (Verve) 3:27:54
Erik Applegate and TimeChild "I'm A Stranger Here" from Woodstock (Artist Alliance Records) 3:32:30
Host speaks 3:38:41
Lioness "Think" from Pride & Joy (Posi-Tone) 3:40:13
Carmen McRae "Dream of Life" from Dream of Life (Qwest Records) 3:42:26
Sara Gazarek "Distant Storm" from Thirsty Ghost (MRI) 3:47:27
Host speaks 3:53:31
Yoko Miwa "Tone Portrait" from Keep Talkin' (Self released) 3:54:30
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