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Listeners' Favorites

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The number of the day is 5 (as in Show 385), which means it's time for listeners' favorites—the tunes that moved you from Gifts & Messages (Shows 371-380). Some old, some more recent. Enjoy the ride (it's granulated), and thanks for your comments and your ears.

Thanks to our most active listeners of the week in: Kiev (Ukraine), Chicago & Baton Rouge (US), and Nerima (Japan)!

Playlist

  • Jack McDuff "Down Home Style" from Down Home Style (Blue Note) 00:00
  • Freddie Hubbard "Coral Keys" from The Black Angel (Atlantic) 05:38
  • Donald Byrd "Weasil" from Fancy Free (Blue Note) 11:05
  • Gary Burton "On Green Dolphin Street" from Something's Coming (RCA) 19:50
  • Cassandra Wilson "Skylark" from New Moon Daughter (Blue Note) 24:52
  • Ralph Peterson "Monkin' Around" from The Fo'tet Plays Monk (Evidence) 28:57
  • Chico Freeman "Think on Me" from Elvin (Jive Music) 35:06
  • The Soul Message Band "Hammerhead" from Soulful Days (Delmark) 42:03
  • Art Blakey "S' Make It" from S' Make It (Limelight) 52:07
  • Mike LeDonne "Sweet Sweetie Dee" from Keep The Faith (Savant) 57:45
  • Donald Harrison "The Right Touch" from The Chosen (Nagel-Hayer) 1:03:11
  • Sonny Rollins "Paradox" from Worktime (Prestige) 1:07:25
  • Stanley Turrentine "Stan's Shuffle" from Easy Walker (Blue Note) 1:13:04
  • Charlie Hunter "Phokus on Ho-Ho-Kus" from Let the Bells Ring On (self release) 1:19:48
  • Duke Pearson "Sandalia Dela" from How Insensitive (Blue Note) 1:26:51
  • BassDrumBone "Sambali" from Wooferlo (Soul Note) 1:30:17
  • Jimmy Ponder "A Tribute to a Rose" from Steel City Soul (32 Jazz) 1:36:19
  • Lee Wiley "Sugar" from The Commodore Story (Commodore) 1:39:33
  • Duke Ellington/Louis Armstrong "I'm Just a Lucky So and So" from Together For The First Time (Roulette) 1:43:52
  • Dave McKenna "A Shine on Your Shoes" from Dancing in the Dark (Concord) 1:47:18
  • Alberta Hunter "I've Had Enough" from The Glory of Alberta Hunter (Columbia) 1:49:43

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