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My Kinda Love - Remembering Ann Richards

Mary Foster Conklin By

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In the first hour, a special birthday shout out to vocalist Ann Richards, whose brief career and mysterious death could be a film noir; along with new releases from Grammy nominated lyricist Lorraine Feather, a collection of new songs by pianist Renee Rosnes and writer David Hajdu and more.


  • Dotti Anita Taylor "The Cat's Walk" from A Morning Glory (Self Released) 00:00
  • Cecile McLorin Salvant "I've Got Your Number" from The Window (Mack Avenue) 05:18
  • Lincoln Briney "You Fascinate Me So" from Lincoln Briney's Party (Muzak Records) 10:17
  • Host speaks 14:31
  • Connie Han "Another Kind of Right" from Crime Zone (Mack Avenue) 16:26
  • Rene Marie "A Tiny Seed" from Ice On the Hudson (SMK Jazz) 21:51
  • Madeleine Peyroux "We Might As Well Dance" from Anthem (Universal Music Division Decca Records France) 26:57
  • Ann Richards "My Kinda Love" from Two Much! (Capitol) 30:11
  • Host speaks 34:46
  • Elsa Nilsson and Jon Cowherd "Crimson Song" from After Us (Self Released) 38:00
  • Kurt Elling "So Far Away" from 1619 Broadway-the Brill Building Project (Concord Jazz) 42:27
  • Luciana Souza "We Grow Accustomed to the Dark" from The Book of Longing (Sunnyside) 48:18
  • Host speaks 52:35
  • Allison Miller & Carmen Staaf "Ready Steady" from Science Fair (Sunnyside) 54:12
  • Abelita Mateus "Vamo N'eca" from Mixed Feelings (Vivenda) 1:00:11
  • Judith Owen "Ladies Man" from redisCOVERed (Twanky Records) 1:04:15
  • Ian Shaw "Shine" from Shine Sister Shine (Jazz Village) 1:07:45
  • Lorraine Feather "In a Hot Minute" from Math Camp (Relarion) 1:12:54
  • Host speaks 1:18:58
  • Scott Petito "Lawns" from Rainbow Gravity (Planet Arts) 1:22:05
  • Tessa Souter "Ana Maria's Song (Ana Maria)" from Picture in Black and White (Noa Records) 1:27:46
  • Kris Adams "Prophecy Song" from We Should Have Danced (Jazzbird Records) 1:31:21
  • Host speaks 1:37:11
  • Cecilia Sanchietti "Shouting to a Brick Wall" from La Terza Via (Blujazz) 1:39:27
  • Sinne Eeg "Head Over High Heels" from Dream (ArtistShare) 1:43:07
  • Danny Bacher "Lucky to Be Me" from Still Happy! (Whaling City Sound) 1:48:02
  • Host speaks 1:53:52
  • Emily Takahashi "Schumann's Shoes" from Not Spoken (Self Released) 1:55:17


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