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"What fresh Hell is this?" We begin with songs by Dorothy Parker, who, though best known for her sharp wisecracks, turned out several luscious standards in her day. In the second hour, we salute the great Count Basie then usher in the Leonard Bernstein centennial celebration; plus there is a bumper crop of new releases to share.

Playlist

  • Harry Allen "I Wished on the Moon" from The Candy Men (Arbors) 00:00
  • Rosemary Clooney "I Wished on the Moon" from From Bing to Billie (Concord Records) 08:20
  • Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey "How Am I to Know?" from The Song Is You (RCA) 12:33
  • Host speaks 15:38
  • Deanna Witkowski "New August Tune" from Wide Open Window (Khaeon) 18:02
  • Roswell Rudd & Heather Masse "Love Song for August from August Love Song (Red House Records) 25:51
  • Kat Gang "Come Closer" from Come Closer (NKR Records) 31:00
  • Host speaks 35:49
  • Miki Yamanaka "Mr. Pancake" from Miki (Cellar Live) 38:27
  • Mark Murphy "You Fascinate Me So" from Midnight Mood (MPS Records) 43:57
  • Host speaks 48:07
  • Meg Okura "A Summer in Jerusalem" from Ima Ima (NewMusic USA) 49:53
  • Mary Halvorson "Off the Record" from Code Girl (Firehouse 12 Records) 1:00:12
  • Roseanna Vitro "Walkin' After Midnight" from Tell Me the Truth (Skyline Records) 1:05:41
  • Andrew Distel "Into Each Life" from It Only Takes Time (Jeru Jazz) 1:10:04
  • Libby York "When in Rome" from Memoir (Self released) 1:14:08
  • Host speaks 1:19:43
  • Count Basie "Shiny Stockings from April In Paris (Verve Records) 1:23:25
  • Ella Fitzgerald & Count Basie "Them There Eyes" from Ella and Basie! (Verve Records) 1:28:40
  • Sammy Davis, Jr. & Count Basie "New York City Blues" from Our Shining Hour (Verve Records) 1:33:47
  • Host speaks Time Marker1:36:41
  • Katie Thiroux "Slow Dance with Me" from Off Beat (Capri Record) 1:41:52
  • Lincoln Briney "Haunt Me" from Lincoln Briney's Contemporary Favorites-Visions (Indie (Japan)) 1:47:44
  • The Tiki Collective "The Sweetest Taboo" from Muse (Slammin Medea) 1:51:38
  • Host speaks 1:55:45
  • Amanda Gardier "Leap of Faith" from Empathy (Green Mind Records) 1:56:38
  • Mimi Fox "Kicks" from Kicks (Sugo) 2:02:13
  • Anita Wardell "Learnin' the Blues" from Kinda Blue (Specific Jazz) 2:07:45
  • Vicki Burns "You Don't Know Me" from Live at Anna's Jazz Island (Self released) 2:13:07
  • Host speaks 2:18:24
  • Flow "Waiting for Sunshine from Flow (LMB Music Record Label) 2:21:31
  • Andy Bey "Tuesdays in Chinatown" from Tuesdays in Chinatown (Blue Pie) 2:26:15
  • Kandace Springs "Unsophisticated" from Indigo (Blue Note) 2:33:04
  • Host speaks 2:36:28
  • Herbie Hancock "I Had a King" from River: The Joni Letters (Verve) 2:38:54
  • Debra Mann "Urge For Going" from Full Circle: The Music of Joni Mitchell (Whaling City Sound) 2:47:18
  • Host speaks 2:54:03
  • Bobby Sanabria "Tonight" from West Side Story Reimagined (Jazzheads) 3:01:00
  • Patti Labelle "I Can Cook" from Bel Hommage (GPE Records) 3:06:50
  • Vivian Lee "Some Other Time" from Let's Talk About Love (Tara Records) 3:10:31
  • Host speaks 3:16:18
  • Helen Sung "Convergence" from Sung With Words (Stricker Street Records) 3:18:03
  • Hilary Gardner "No One After You" from The Great City (Anzic Records) 3:23:15
  • Mark Winkler & Cheryl Bentyne "The Ballad of the Sad Young Men/Lies of Handsome Men" from Eastern Standard Time (Café Pacific) 3:26:31
  • Rachel Caswell "Two for the Road" from We're All In the Dance (Turtle Ridge Records) 3:32:36
  • Host speaks 3:38:14Time Marker
  • Camille Bertault "Certes" from Pas de géant (Okeh) 3:40:34
  • Beat Kaestli "La Vie en Rose" from Collage (Unit Records) 3:43:46
  • Cyrille Aimee "Nuit Blanche" from Cyrille Aimée Live (Mack Avenue) 3:47:24
  • Host speaks 3:53:10
  • Shamie Royston "Sunday Nostalgia" from Beautiful Liar (Sunnyside) 3:54:15

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