Listeners’ Favorites

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This week (drum roll....), it's listeners' favorites from shows 431 to 440. From classic jazz to today's music, our listeners have discerning and eclectic taste—never forgetting the blues and funk. Enjoy the show!


  • Don Braden, Karl Latham "Grover Miles" from Big Funk Live (Creative Perspective) 00:00
  • Grant Green "Let The Music Take Your Mind" from Alive! (Blue Note) 08:49
  • Houston Person "Snake Eyes" from Soul Dance (Prestige) 17:12
  • David Sanborn "Benny" from Upfront (Elektra) 23:08
  • Kenny Burrell, Jimmy Smith "Soft Winds" from Blue Bash (Verve) 29:11
  • Art Tatum, Benny Carter, Louie Bellson "Blues in C" from The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 1 (Pablo) 35:14
  • Bill Jennings "Cole Slaw" from Complete Bill Jennings on Prestige, 1959-1960 (Fresh Sound) 43:23
  • Pat Martino "On the Stairs" from Consciousness (Muse) 51:32
  • Miles Davis "Hannibal" from Live Around the World (Warner Bros) 58:10
  • Erik Friedlander "The Great Revelation" from Artemisia (Skipstone) 1:05:30
  • Vanessa Rubin "On a Misty Night" from The Dream Is You (Nibur) 1:13:25
  • Paul Gonsalves "I Surrender Dear" from Gettin' Together (Jazzland) 1:17:50
  • Charlie Haden "Dolphy's Dance" from Etudes (Soul Note) 1:22:43
  • Bobby Hutcherson "Goin' Down South" from San Francisco (Blue Note) 1:27:09
  • Shabaka and the Ancestors "Natty" from Wisdom Of Elders (Brownswood) 1:34:08
  • Herlin Riley "Shake Off the Dust from New Direction (Mack Avenue) 1:44:08
  • Carmen McRae "More Than You Know" from As Time Goes By (JVC) 1:50:39

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