Joni Mitchell Turns 75; Remembering Roy Hargrove
December 1, 2018
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Playlist "Nevertheless She Persisted" from Roxy Coss The Future Is Female (Posi-Tone) 00:00 "If Women Ruled the World" from Ethel Ennis If Women Ruled the World (Savoy Jazz) 06:25 "Sugar (That Sugar Baby O' Mine)" from Jo Stafford Jo Stafford-Cocktail Hour (Columbia River Ent) 11:23 "Garbage Can Blues" from Marty Elkins Walking by the River (Nagel-Heyer) 13:57 Host speaks 17:02 "The Kind of Girl She Is" from Russell Malone Triple Play (MaxJazz) 20:32 "Slow Control" from Lauren Henderson Riptide (Brontosaurus Records) 28:21 "In Heaven" from Gregory Porter Take Me to the Alley (Universal Music Division Decca Records France) 32:05 Host speaks 36:18 "Sashimi Mimi (Too Much Wasabi Makes Me Wanna Blow My Top)" from Sue Palmer The Thunderbird Sessions (Motel Swing Music) 38:47 "Looking for Another Pure Love" from Stevie Wonder Talking Book (Motown) 42:03 "I Can't Help It" from Lori Williams Out of the Box (LoriJazz-CSI) 46:47 Host speaks 53:07 "Sweet Sucker Dance" from Mingus Big Band Tonight at Noon (Dreyfus Jazz) 54:12 "New Year" from Anne Sajdera New Year (Independent) 1:01:06 "Little Pearl" from Rene Marie Ice on the Hudson (SMK Jazz) 1:06:11 "Sailing to Byzantium" from Sarah Jerrom The Yeats Project (Independent) 1:12:40 Host speaks 1:18:57 "You Must Believe in Spring" from Alexander Claffy Standards-What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life (Smoke Sessions Records) 1:22:11 "Make Someone Happy" from Ernestine Anderson A Song for You (HighNote) 1:27:26 "Meaning of the Blues" from Mark Winkler Sings Bobby Troup (Rhombus) 1:31:57 Host speaks 1:35:11 Miggy Augmented Orchestra "Ready?" from Colorful (ArtistShare) 1:39:00 "Unsophisticated" from Kandace Springs Indigo (Blue Note) 1:41:46 "Green Eyes" from Erykah Badu Mama's Gun (Motown) 1:45:09 Host speaks 1:55:08 "Once Forgotten" from Roy Hargrove With the Tenors of Our Time (Verve) 1:55:56 "Sweet Bird" from Herbie Hancock River: the Joni Letters (Verve) 2:01:33 "Ladies Man" from Judith Owen Rediscovered (Twanky Records) 2:09:45 "In France They Kiss on Main" from Ian Shaw The Theory of Joy (Jazz Village) 2:13:13 Host speaks 2:17:08 "One Week Last Summer" from Joni Mitchell Shine (Hear Music) 2:19:48 "Jericho" from Debra Mann Full Circle: the Music of Joni Mitchell (Whaling City Music) 2:24:45 feat. Tierney Sutton "Be Cool" from Al Jarreau After Blue (Varese Sarabande) 2:29:37 Host speaks 2:35:20 "Big Yellow Taxi" from Sunny Wilkinson Into the Light (Self releasedl) 2:37:42 "Both Sides Now" from John Proulx Say It/em> (ArtistShare) 2:41:58 "Two Grey Rooms" from Kate Reid The Heart Already Knows (Katereidmusic) 2:46:38 Host speaks 2:50:24 "Court and Spark" from Yoko Miwa Pathways (Ocean Blue Tear Music) 2:53:04 "Calma e Leggerezza (Calm and Lightness)" from Anais Drago Anais Drago & the Jellyfish (Another Music Records) 3:00:55 "You Don't Know Me" from Patricia Barber Jazz Vocalists: Hear and Now (Concord) 3:06:36 "Firm Roots (Are What You Need to Win)" from Kitty Margolis Evolution (Mad-Kat Music) 3:10:16 feat. Sippie Wallace "Women Be Wise" from Bonnie Raitt Sippie (Rhino Atlantic) 3:15:20 Host speaks 3:18:41 & Houston Person "The Way You Look Tonight from Ron Carter Remember Love (HighNote) 3:23:14 "Lonely Town" from Chris Conner Warm Cool-the Atlantic Years (32 Jazz) 3:27:38 "That Old Devil Called Love" from Susannah McCorkle Adeus-The Berlin Concert (Sonorama) 3:31:57 "As Time Goes By" from Ann Hampton Callaway Jazz Goes to the Movies (Shanachie) 3:35:39 Host speaks 3:39:04 "Turn & Coda" from Myra Melford The Other Side of Air (12th Street Records) 3:43:00 "I Like You You're Nice" from Diane Hoffman Do I Love You (Self Released) 3:47:37 "The Rules Don't Apply" from Lorraine Feather Math Camp (Relarian) 3:50:30 Host speaks 3:54:38 "America" from Bobby Sanabria West Side Story Reimagined (Jazzheads) 3:55:43
This post-election broadcast celebrates the new wave of women in the House and Senate -also remembering Roy Hargrove (1969-2018) in the second hour plus a special 75th birthday tribute to