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New All Star Compilation To Benefit The Musician's Emergency Fund, Live Oscar Peterson and Remembering Margo Guryan


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This broadcast presents a 1987 Oscar Peterson concert recording, a benefit for the Jazz Foundation's Musician's Emergency Fund, new releases from Alex Hamburger, Kristen R. Bromley plus a single from Janis Ian, with birthday shoutouts to Nioka Workman, Holli Ross, Johnny Mercer, Diana Krall, Sheila Jordan and more. In the first hour, a remembrance for singer/songwriter Margo Guryan, who put lyrics to Ornette Coleman's "Lonely Woman," turned to pop with her hit "Sunday Morning" and her solo recording Take A Picture became a cult classic. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of pandemic so they can continue to distract, comfort and inspire.


  • Firey String Sistas! "Shine" from That's What She Said (Self Released) 00:00
  • The Royal Bopsters (feat. Christian McBride) "Cuando Te Vea (When I See You)" from Party of Four (Motema) 04:29
  • Host speaks 09:31
  • Marian McPartland "Twilight World" from Twilight World (Concord) 10:57
  • Kristin Korb "Right Under My Eyes" from Beyond the Moon (Doublek Music) 16:35
  • Blossom Dearie "I'm Shadowing You" from Blossom's Own Treasures (Daffodil) 20:19
  • Host speaks 23:56
  • Emily Takahashi "Monkfish" from Cenozoic Dreams (Self Released) 25:02
  • Karen Marguth "Maureen" from Until (OA2) 30:32
  • Host speaks 34:51
  • Oscar Peterson "How High the Moon" from A Time For Love: the Oscar Peterson Quartet Live in Helsinki 1987 (Mack Avenue/Two Lions) 35:52
  • Spanky & Our Gang "Sunday Morning" from Greatest Hits (Mercury) 40:14
  • Carmen McRae "Can You Tell" from The Sound of Silence (Atlantic) 43:54
  • Chris Connor "Lonely Woman" from Warm Cool: The Atlantic Years (32 Jazz) 46:04
  • Host speaks 50:04
  • Hiromi "Green Tea Farm" from Relief -A Benefit for the Jazz Foundation of America's Musician's Emergency Fund (Mack Avenue) 51:27
  • Cindy Blackman-Santana "We Came To Play" from Give the Drummer Some (Copperline Records/Present Future) 1:00:00
  • Dr. John "I'm Gonna Go Fishin" from Duke Elegant (Parlophone) 1:05:40
  • Host speaks 1:10:38
  • Alex Hamburger "What's Your Story Morning Glory" from And She Spoke (Self Released) 1:11:34
  • Tony DeSare "Baby Dream Your Dream" from Want You (Telarc International Corp) 1:18:28
  • Diana Krall "You Call It Madness" from All For You: A Dedication to Nat King Cole (Impulse! Records and GRP Records) 1:21:58
  • Host speaks 1:26:32
  • Kristen R. Bromley "Groove O'Clock Time" from Bluish Tide (Self Released) 1:27:28
  • Sheila Jordan "Bird's Song (Relaxin' At Camarillo)" from Sing A Song of Bird (Self Released) 1:34:16
  • Sheila Jordan "Ballad of the Sad Young Men" from Comes Love: Lost Session 1960 (Capri Records) 1:37:36
  • Host speaks 1:42:18
  • Kelly Green "If You Thought To Ask Me" from Life Rearranged (KG Music) 1:43:42
  • Lady Blackbird "Ruler of My Heart" from Black Acid Soul (Foundation Music Productions Ltd) 1:49:22
  • Janis Ian "I'm Still Standing" from Single (The Light at the End of the Line) (Rude Girl Records) 1:53:00
  • Host speaks 1:56:06
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR ) 1:57:08

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