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This week we start with the talented LA-based piano and composer Kait Dunton spinning her title track off Planet D'Earth. From there, we get into her influence, Diana Krall, some new Al Foster and a live cut from Greg Abate. We move on focusing on Jaelem Bhate and Georgia Weber . And in between it all, some Wes Montgomery, Gordon Goodwin and Dexter Gordon. In honor of Summer, we take it all out with a jazzy ending from The Sandlot.


  • Kait Dunton "Planet D'Earth" Planet D'Earth (Real & Imagined Music) 00:00
  • Host talks 4:02
  • Diana Krall "Frim Fram Sauce " Jazz Central Station Global Poll Winners, Vol.2 (Blue Note) 5:35
  • Al Foster "Jazzon" Inspirations and Dedications(Smoke Sessions) 10:27
  • Host talks 15:16
  • Anat Cohen Tentet "Miri"Triple Helix (Anzic Records) 16:07
  • Greg Abate "In the Stratosphere" Gratitude -Live at The Z (Whaling City Sound) 20:22
  • Host talks 25:43
  • Wes Montgomery "Going Down to Big Mary's" Best on Resonance (Resonance Records) 26:44/li>
  • }Jaelem Bhate "On the Edge" On the Edge (Jaelem Bhate) 30:12
  • Host talks 35:56
  • Gordon Goodwin's Little Phat Band "Samba Cya" An Elusive Man (Music of Content) 36:40
  • Georgia Weber and the Sleeve Hearts "Pretty Good Day" Self-Titled' (Princess Veronica Records 41:28
  • Host talks 43:28
  • Dexter Gordon "Darn That Dream" Black Lion Vault (1201 Records) 44:53
  • Host talks 52:02
  • The Sandlot "Ending Credits"The Sandlot Soundtrack (Dreamers) 52:40

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