[email protected], Withers ‘Just Because’, Newk & More

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We get a jump on the Nat King Cole centennial [coming in March] with his classic trio, along with two piano players influenced by Mr. Cole. Our Sonny Rollins celebration continues with a Miles date with Bird on tenor too. Upfront, there's 21st century sounds, as well as jazzed-up Bill Withers tunes... just because, well, it's a lovely day. Make yours one and give a listen; you will enjoy the show.


  • Harold Mabern "A Few Miles From Memphis" from The Iron Man: Live at Smoke (Smoke Sessions) 00:00
  • Pat Bianchi "Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing" from In the Moment (Savant) 07:33
  • Gary Meek "What Happened to My Good Shoes" from Originals (self-release) 14:57
  • Marquis Hill "Twin Flame" from Modern Flows, Vol 2 (Black Universal Music) 23:00
  • Bill Evans "A Time for Love" from Alone (Verve) 28:50
  • Nat 'King' Cole "Body and Soul" from The Best of the Nat King Cole Trio: Instrumental Classics (Blue Note) 33:55
  • Nat 'King' Cole "This Way Out" from The Best of the Nat King Cole Trio: Instrumental Classics (Blue Note) 37:59
  • Nat 'King' Cole "Sweet Georgia Brown" from The Best of the Nat King Cole Trio: Instrumental Classics (Blue Note) 41:02
  • Red Garland "Soft Winds" from High Pressure (Prestige) 43:27
  • Shamie Royston "Lovely Day" from Beautiful Liar (Sunnyside) 57:36
  • Christian Sands "Use Me" from Reach (Mack Avenue) 1:04:27
  • Lynne Arriale "Lean on Me" from Arise (Motema) 1:11:57
  • Grover Washington Jr. "Just the Two of Us" from Winelight (Elektra) 1:18:37
  • Miles Davis "Compulsion" from Collectors' Items (Prestige) 1:26:40
  • Miles Davis "The Serpent's Tooth (Take 1)" from Collectors' Items (Prestige) 1:33:25
  • Miles Davis "Round Midnight" from Collectors' Items (Prestige) 1:40:27
  • Richard Galliano "Ballade pour Marion" from New Jazz Musette (Ponderosa Music & Art) 1:47:29

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