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Listeners' Favorites

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Every tenth show, we go through Mixcloud messages, emails, phone calls and 'stopped me on the street' comments to compile a list of tunes that grabbed you. Dr. Jazz offers some of the many selections that resonated with you from Shows 331 to 340. This is not just about the tracks that get the 'most votes,' but also the quality of the comments. The full list usually would take about 6 hours to play, so the doctor has to use his editorial judgment. We'll factor in comments from All About Jazz listeners in future shows.

Playlist

  • Cal Tjader "Manual Deeghit" from Cuban Fantasy (Concord) 00:00
  • Eddie Harris "Listen Here" from The Electrifying Eddie Harris (Atlantic) 12:55
  • The 3 Sounds "Sittin' Duck" from Elegant Soul (Blue Note) 22:05
  • Jazz Crusaders "Sting Ray" from Powerhouse (Pacific Jazz) 28:51
  • Andrew Hill "Mira" from Grass Roots (Blue Note) 32:28
  • Duke Pearson "The Phantom" from The Phantom (Blue Note) 38:40
  • Lester Young "Prisoner of Love" from Pres & Teddy (Verve) 48:46
  • Don Braden "Deja Vu" from Big Funk Live (Creative Perspective Music) 57:33
  • Pat Martino "Nightwings" from Formidable (HighNote) 1:06:16
  • Kenny Burrell "Do What You Gotta Do" from God Bless the Child (CTI) 1:14:41
  • Babs Gonzales "Professor Bop" from Weird Lullaby (Blue Note) 1:24:19
  • Don Patterson "Donny Brook" from Donny Brook (Prestige) 1:27:56
  • John Coltrane "Slow Blues" from Both Directions at Once (Impulse) 1:36:38
  • Abbey Lincoln "The Music Is the Magic" from Devil's Got Your Tongue (Verve) 1:48:18

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