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Honoring Aretha & Timeless Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh

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This week we remember the legendary Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in the second hour and enjoy a sampling of standards with lyrics by Carolyn Leigh plus songs by women who wrote with pianist Jimmy Rowles whose centennial is being celebrated this year.

Playlist

  • Lynne Arriale "Woodstock" from Give Us These Days (Challenge) 00:00
  • Debra Mann "Woodstock" from Full Circle: The Music of Joni Mitchell (Whaling City Sound) 06:13
  • Katie Bull "The Drive to Woodstock" from All Hot Bodies Radiate (Ashokan Indie) 12:48
  • Host speaks 16:52
  • Jason Miles & Ingrid Jensen "The Faction of Cool (from Kind of New)" from Calm Waters Rolling Swells and Roiling Seas (Whaling City Sound) 19:34
  • Kurt Elling "Lonely Town" from The Questions (Okeh / Sony Masterworks) 25:52
  • Marieann Meringolo "Nice 'N Easy/That Face" from Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman (Blujazz) 32:18
  • Host speaks 37:07
  • Lauren Sevian "Square One" from Bliss (Posi- Tone) 39:50
  • Karrin Allyson "Shake It Up" from Some of That Sunshine (kasrecords) 44:23
  • Kandace Springs "People Make the World Go Round" from Black Orchid (Blue Note) 48:38
  • Host speaks 53:11
  • Lorraine Desmarais "Tango" from Danses, Danzas, Dances (Self released) 54:20
  • Mary Stallings "A Timeless Place (The Peacocks)Song Title" from Dream (HighNote) 59:05
  • Carmen McRae "Ballad of Thelonious Monk" from The Art of Carmen McRae (Atlantic) 1:06:38
  • Susan Krebs "Looking Back" from Simple Gifts (Green Gig Music) 1:11:24
  • Host speaks 1:16:40
  • Syrinx Effect "Super Soaker" from A Sky You Could Strike a Match On (Self released) 1:19:18
  • Bob Mintzer Big Band and New York Voices "I Get Along Without You Very Well" from Meeting of Minds (MCG Jazz) 1:24:36
  • Dolores Scozzesi "I'm In the Mood For Love" from Here Comes the Sun (Café Pacific) 1:29:07
  • Host speaks 1:31:40
  • Adison Evans "Meridian" from Meridian (AdiTone Music) 1:34:50
  • Aretha Franklin "Moody's Mood for Love" from Aretha's Jazz (Atlantic UK) 1:37:20
  • Aretha Franklin "Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning" from Unforgettable: A Tribute to Dinah Washington (Sony) 1:40:15
  • Aretha Franklin "Today I Love Everybody" from Yeah!! (Columbia/Legacy) 1:45:25
  • Host speaks 1:48:50
  • Trudy Pitts "Mean Perspective" from Live at the Great American Music Hall (Doodlin' Records) 1:50:40
  • Amina Claudine Myers "Soul Funk No. 1" from Augmented Variations (Blue Music Group) 1:59:15
  • Brianna Thomas "Never Dreamed You'd Leave in Summer" from You Must Believe In Love (Sound on Purpose) 2:06:56
  • Catherine Russell "You Got to Swing and Sway" from Bring It Back (Jazz Village) 2:13:29
  • Host speaks 2:16:36
  • Mary Lou Williams "Play It Momma" from Zoning (Smithsonian Folkways) 2:19:50
  • Abbey Lincoln "Left Alone" from Straight Ahead (Candid Productions) 2:24:15
  • Peggy Lee "Bad for Each Other" from Love Held Lightly (Harbinger) 2:31:02
  • Host speaks 2:34:28
  • Peter Eldridge "Witchcraft" from Disappearing Day (Sunnyside) 2:36:28
  • Sara Zahn "Come Summer/Killing Time Song Title" from Witch Craft (Harbinger) 2:39:00
  • Ian Shaw "How Little We Know" from Shine Sister Shine (Jazz Village) 2:43:02
  • Mark Winkler and Cheryl Bentyne "The Best Is Yet To Come" from Eastern Standard Time (Café Pacific) 2:45:45
  • Host speaks 2:50:07
  • Amanda Gardier "Revolving Door" from Empathy (Green Mind) 2:51:58
  • Brandee Younger "Wax and Wane" from Wax & Wane (Self released) 2:58:52
  • Noa Fort "The Guest House" from No World Between Us (Fortisima Music) 3:0
  • 3:01
  • Roseanna Vitro "Epilogue" from Live at the Kennedy Center (Challenge) 3:06:28
  • Tony Bennett & Bill Evans "Lucky to Be Me" from Together Again (Rhino) 3:11:51
  • Host speaks 3:15:32
  • Michika Fukumori "The Seasons: The Answer Is...(Winter)" from Piano Images (Summit) 3:17:48
  • Susan Tobocman "I Never Meant to Dream of You" from Watercolor Dream (Consolidated Artist Productions) 3:21:37
  • Amy Engelhardt "Idaho" from Not Gonna Be Pretty (Coldfoot Records) 3:25:25
  • Barb Jungr "Heartbreak Hotel" from Love Me Tender (Linn) 3:29:24
  • Host speaks 3:33:17
  • Carmen Staaf "Dog Park" from Reflection (FractaModi) 3:37:15
  • Christine Hitt "Shine On Harvest Moon" from Magical Kite (Self released) 3:42:54
  • Host speaks 3:49:10
  • Meg Okura "Birth of Shakyamuni" from Ima Ima (New Music USA) 3:50:45

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