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I Like You Best of All - New Releases from Maria Muldaur With Tuba Skinny, Lauren Henderson, Jill McCarron, Tomoko Omura and More

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This broadcast celebrates a new collaboration from Maria Muldaur with Tuba Skinny plus releases from vocalist Lauren Henderson, pianist Jill McCarron and violinist Tomoko Omura, with birthday shoutouts to composer Irene Higginbotham (Good Morning Heartache, This Will Make You Laugh), Hazel Scott, Geri Allen, Jenny Scheinman, Lili Añel, Jocelyn Gould, and Monika Herzig, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music.

Playlist

  • Coleman Hawkins "The Bottle's Empty" from In the Hush of the Night (Essential Media Group) 00:00
  • Mary Stallings "Some Other Spring" from But Beautiful (HighNote) 02:49
  • Bill Cunliffe, John Patitucci and Vinnie Colaiuta "Good Morning Heartache" from Trio (Le Coq Records) 06:21
  • The Nat King Cole Trio "This Will Make You Laugh" from Hit That Jive Jack: The Earliest Recordings (Decca/MCA) 11:50
  • Host speaks 15:02
  • Jenny Scheinman & Allison Miller "Play Money" from Parlour Game (Royal Potato Family) 16:36
  • Maria Muldaur with Tuba Skinny "I Like You Best of All" from Let's Get Happy Together (Stony Plain Records) 21:48
  • Lili Aňel "Better Days" from Better Days (Winding Way Records) 25:43
  • Host speaks 30:56
  • David Murray, Geri Allen, Terri Lyne Carrington "The Nurturer" from Perfection (Motema) 32:12
  • Lauren Henderson "Forget Me" from Musa (Brontosaurus Records) 36:48
  • Host speaks 41:11
  • Jill McCarron Trio "One For Amos" from Jazz Matrix (Self Released) 42:07
  • Jonathan Karrant & Joshua White "Simply The Best" from Shadows Fall (Self released) 46:34
  • Host speaks 51:27
  • Tomoko Omura "Bow's Dance" from Branches Vol 2 (Outside In) 53:01
  • Hazel Scott "The Jeep Is Jumpin'" from Relaxed Piano Moods (Original Jazz Classics) 1:00:00
  • The Baylor Project (feat. Jazzmeia Horn, Diane Reeves) "We Swing (The Cypher)" from Generations (Be A Light) 1:03:59
  • Host speaks 1:09:26
  • Jocelyn Gould "Center of the Universe" from Elegant Traveler (Posi-Tone) 1:11:17
  • Meredith d'Ambrosio "I Wished On the Moon" from Sometime Ago (Sunnyside) 1:15:20
  • Marcus Simeone & Sean Harkness "Caught Up In the Rapture" from Blue (Miranda Music) 1:19:47
  • Host speaks 1:24:05
  • Monika Herzig "Dear Geri" from Eternal Dance (Savant) 1:25:03
  • Helen Sung "Hot Summer Night" from Sung With Words (Stricker Street) 1:32:08
  • Norah Jones "Flipside" from Til We Meet Again (Blue Note) 1:35:42
  • Host speaks 1:42:32
  • Regina Carter "Judy" from Ella: Accentuate the Positive (Okeh/Sony Masterworks) 1:43:51
  • Danielle Wertz & Tal Cohen "Intertwined" from Intertwined (Self released) 1:47:28
  • Boz Scaggs "The Ballad of the Sad Young Men" from Swing Low (Decca) 1:50:29
  • Host speaks 1:56:03
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:57:07

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