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Listener Favorites & DrJ’s Birthday Blowout

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It's time for our recurring '5' (as in Show 365) party, listener favorites from Shows 351-360. And a bonus—DrJazz's birthday blowout (we don't usually do this, but this one is a nice round number....'40.' Well, 70 is the new 40?), in which he indulges with some of the tracks that keep his motor running when he's on the road. Enjoy the show. We did...

Playlist

  • Jane Ira Bloom "Big Bill" from Wild Lines: Improvising Emily Dickinson (Outline) 00:00
  • Kenny Garrett "Happy People" from Happy People (Warner Bros) 04:46
  • Eddie Harris "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" from Mean Greens (Atlantic) 09:49
  • Joe Henderson "No Me Esqueca" from In Pursuit of Blackness (Milestone) 16:00
  • Sonny Rollins "Harlem Boys" from Don't Ask (Milestone) 22:56
  • Irene Reid "I Ain't Doing Too Bad" from I Ain't Doing Too Bad (Savant) 30:04
  • Big John Patton "The Yodel" from Got a Good Thing Goin' (Blue Note) 35:00
  • Art Blakey "Jodi" from Gypsy Folk Tales (Roulette) 43:11
  • Gregory Porter "Time Is Ticking" from Liquid Spirit (Blue Note) 54:25
  • Miles Davis "Freedom Jazz Dance" from Miles Smiles (Columbia) 57:46
  • Lonnie Smith "People Sure Act Funny" from Turning Point (Blue Note) 1:04:55
  • Eddie Henderson "Loft Funk" from Be Cool (Smoke Sessions) 1:11:56
  • Jimmy McGriff "Movin' On" from The Starting Five (Milestone) 1:18:52
  • Hart, Scone & Albin "Don't Start Lyin' to Me Now" from Leading the British Invasion (Zoho) 1:26:51
  • Gene Ammons "Tin Shack Out Back" from Fine and Mellow (Prestige) 1:32:37
  • Leo Wright "Suddenly the Blues" from Suddenly the Blues (Atlantic) 1:41:19
  • Roy Eldridge, Oscar Peterson "Bad Hat Blues" from Oscar Peterson & Roy Eldridge (Pablo) 1:46:15

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