Juno Nominations and Remembering Debra Mann
March 2, 2019
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with birthday shout outs to
Lil Hardin Armstrong
, among others. In the second hour,
is remembered after news of her passing and in, the third hour, a salute to some of the 2019 Juno nominees.
Playlist Jutta Hipp "Mon Petit (I Never Knew)" from The Legendary Jutta Hipp Quintet-1954 Frankfurt Special (Fresh Sounds) 00:00 "Droppin' Shucks" from Louis Armstrong Hot Fives Vol. 1 (Columbia/CBS) 03:20 "I'm Not Rough" from Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis United We Swing: Best of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Galas (Blue Engine Records) 06:23 Host speaks 09:23 "In the Days of Our Love" from Roberta Piket One for Marian: Celebrating Marian McPartland (Thirteenth Note Records) 12:57 "Just for a Thrill" from Peggy Lee The Best of Peggy Lee: The Capital Years (Capitol) 19:14 John Minnock "I Love Being Here With You" from Right Around the Corner (Self released) 22:53 Host speaks 24:57 "Sunday Morning" from Lisa Hilton Oasis (Ruby Slippers Productions, Lisa Hilton Music) 28:48 "Fred and Ginger" from Jeannie Tanner Words & Music (Self released) 33:20 Host speaks 39:12 "I Can't Help It" from John J. DiMartino Turnaround (Self released) 42:18 "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" from Alicia Hall Moran Here Today (Self released) 47:38 Host speaks 52:08 "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" from Dave Stryker Eight Track II (Strikezone) 55:24 Kait Dunton "29 North" from Planet D'earth (Real & Imagined Music) 1:00:12 Beverly Church Hogan "Take My Breath Away" from Can't Get Out of This Mood (Café Pacific) 1:04:27 "I Like You, You're Nice" from Nora McCarthy A Time for Love (Self released) 1:09:20 Host speaks 1:13:23 "The Jitterbug Waltz" from Michel Legrand Legrand Jazz+Legrand Piano (Phono) 1:16:00 "The Windmills of Your Mind" from Shirley Crabbe Bridges (Maisong Music) 1:21:17 Host speaks 1:25:56 "Storyteller" from Iris Ornig Storyteller (Self released) 1:28:38 "You Must Believe in Spring" from Tony Bennett Together Again (Concord Records) 1:33:48 Host speaks 1:39:27 Debra Mann "Big Yellow Taxi" from Full Circle: the Music of Joni Mitchell (Whaling City Sound) 1:41:08r Debra Mann "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" from Full Circle: the Music of Joni Mitchell (Whaling City Sound) 1:43:59 Host speaks 1:49:18 "Elephant Dust" from Renee Rosnes Beloved of the Sky (Smoke Sessions) 1:52:17 Jordan Pettay "You Make Me Feel Brand New" from First Fruit (Self released) 1:59:53 "Listen" from Jodi Proznick Sun Songs (Cellar Live) 2:04:39 Host speaks 2:11:15 "My Beloved" from Betty Bryant Project 88 (Bry-Mar Records) 2:15:54 Michael Winther "Bad Idea" from Waiting for the Angel (Miranda Music) 2:21:04 Host speaks 2:24:30 Jennifer Gammill "Slow Fire" from Heart, Soul & Fire (Self released) 2:28:27 "Noiresque" from Isle of Klezbos Live from Brooklyn (Self released) 2:33:34 Host speaks 2:39:03 "How Am I to Know" from Ed Reed Born to Be Blue (Blue Shorts Records) 2:41:57 Eugenia Jones "I'm Alright" from Come Out Swingin' (Self released) 2:46:00 Host speaks 2:51:53 "Munir" from Lena Bloch Heart Knows (Fresh Sound New Talent) 2:52:25 "RoseBird" from Katie Thiroux Introducing Katie Thiroux (BassKat Music) 3:01:31 Jeanne Lee & "Straight Ahead" from Mal Waldron After Hours (Sunnyside) 3:05:37 Host speaks 3:08:55 "Ida Lupino" from John Scofield John Scofield-EP (Trio Records) 3:10:48 "Power Politics I" from Andrew Rathbun Atwood Suites (Origin) 3:15:34 Host speaks 3:21:59 Julie Gold "Southbound Train" from Sixty (Self released) 3:24:25 Melody Gardot "So Long" from Live in Europe (Decca (UMO)) 3:29:14 Host speaks 3:34:45 "The Lie That Saves Us All" from Allison Au Wander Wonder (Self released) 3:37:51 "What's Comin Atcha" from Cindy Scott Historia (Catahoula Records) 3:43:52 & Kavita Shah " Aigue Marine" from Francois Moutin Interplay (Dot Time) 3:47:47 Host speaks 3:51:05 Ellen Rowe "Anthem" from Momentum-Portraits of Women in Motion (Smokin' Sleddog Records) 3:52:36
The first Week of the annual WFDU.FM February Fund Drive included new releases from pianists