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The final August broadcast included new releases from saxophonists Houston Person and Roxy Coss, pianist Eliane Elias, and The Time Flies featuring Monika Herzig, with birthday shout outs to Dorothy Parker, Carolyn Leigh (pictured), Jimmy Rowles, Wayne Shorter, Mimi Fox and Linda May Han Oh, among others. Also a preview of who was playing in NYC that week.


  • Nora Germain "The Way You Look Tonight" from Go For It (self released) 00:00
  • John Depalma "Night In the City" from Something Shiny (LML Music) 06:39
  • Christine Tobin "The Fisherman" from Sailing to Byzantium (Trail Belle) 10:32
  • Host speaks 15:25
  • Roxy Coss "Free To Be" from Quintet (Outside In Music) 18:52
  • Charles Ruggiero & Hilary Gardner "Meteor" from Play the Bird and the Bee (Self released) 23:41
  • Veronica Swift "Confessions / The Other Woman" from Confessions (Mack Avenue) 28:10
  • Host speaks 34:46
  • Harry Allen "I Wished On the Moon" from The Candy Men (Arbors) 37:53
  • Ian Shaw "I Wished On the Moon" from Soho Stories (Milestone Records) 46:02
  • Shirley Horn "How Am I To Know?" from Here's To Life (Verve) 49:52
  • Host speaks 53:12
  • Houston Person "Willow Weep for Me" from I'm Just a Lucky So and So (HighNote) 55:46
  • Yoko Miwa "Sunset Lane" from Keep Talkin' (Self released) 1:00:58
  • Lori Williams "Way Over Yonder" from Full Circle (LoriJazz) 1:07:02
  • Marlene Rosenberg "Not the Song I Wanna Sing" from MLK Convergence (Origin) 1:11:47
  • Host speaks 1:19:14
  • George Cables "Young At Heart" from I'm All Smiles (HighNote) 1:21:44
  • Cecile McLorin Salvant "I've Got Your Number" from The Window (Mack Avenue) 1:28:07
  • Nicholas Bearde "The Rules of the Road" from I Remember You: The Music of Nat King Cole (Right Groove Rekkids) 1:33:01
  • Host speaks 1:36:59
  • Lou Caputo "The Peacocks" from Not So Big Band (self released) 1:38:53
  • Kate McGarry "Looking Back" from Girl Talk (Palmetto) 1:44:54
  • Host speaks 1:50:29
  • Linda May Han Oh "Kirigami" from Aventurine (Biophilia) 1:52:54
  • Hiroe Sekine "Bevel" from Hiroe's Spirit (Blue Canoe) 2:00:09
  • Sara Gazarek "Gaslight District" from Thirsty Ghost (MRI ) 2:05:01
  • New York Voices "The Forecast Is Sunny" from Reminiscing in Tempo (Origin) 2:10:28
  • Host speaks 2:15:04
  • George Shearing Quintet & Nancy Wilson "Evansville" from The Swingin's Mutual (EMI) 2:17:42
  • Lisa Rich "Lonely Woman" from High Wire (TriTone Records) 2:19:40
  • Rebecca Martin & Guillermo Klein "To Make the Most of Today" from The Upstate Project (Sunnyside) 2:25:27
  • Host speaks 2:30:14
  • Herbie Hancock "Sweet Bird" from River: The Joni Mitchell Letters (Verve) 2:32:27
  • Cassandra Wilson "Never Broken" from Traveling Miles (Blue Note) 2:40:38
  • Alyssa Allgood "Speak No Evil" from Out of the Blue (JeruJazz) 2:45:47
  • Host speaks 2:51:20
  • Jordan Pettay "For Wayne" from After Us First Fruit (Self released) 2:52:53
  • Elsa Nilsson "Crimson" from After Us (Self released) 2:59:58
  • Wayne Wallace & Moy Eng "Magnolia Light" from The Blue Hour (Patois) 3:04:25
  • Anita Wardell "The Meaning of the Blues" from Kinda Blue (The Last Music Company) 3:10:25
  • Host speaks 3:17:13
  • The Time Flies "Fly High" from Powerlines (Acme Records) 3:19:30
  • Lauren Henderson "Alma Oscura" from Alma Oscura (Brontosaurus Records) 3:25:47
  • Anne Phillips "After All These Years" from Live at the Jazz Bakery (Self released) 3:29:09
  • Host speaks 3:33:51
  • Alexa Tarantino "Wisp After Wisp" from Winds of Change (Posi-Tone) 3:35:46
  • John Miller "Real Live Girl" from Stage Door Johnny: John Miller Takes on Broadway (Self released) 3:40:00
  • Eliane Elias "The View" from Love Stories (Concord Jazz) 3:42:49
  • Tony Bennett & Bill Evans "Some Other Time" from The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album (Fantasy) 3:47:01
  • Host speaks 3:51:40
  • Mimi Fox "Textures of Loving" from This Bird Still Flies (Origin) 3:54:00

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