New Releases and Birthday Shoutouts To Ella Fitzgerald

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This broadcast features new releases from saxophonist Berta Moreno, bassist/vocalist Kristin Korb, guitarist George J. Gilliam and pianist/vocalist Lauren Lee with birthday shoutouts to Ella Fitzgerald, Roxy Coss, Charles Mingus, Alan Broadbent, Lara Downes and Kendra Shank, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of lockdown.


  • Idit Shner "Hippo's Walk" from Live at the Jazz Station (OA2) 00:00
  • Rosalyn McClore "Poetry Man" from The Pretty Painted Ladies of Wellington Street (Self Released) 07:16
  • Ian Shaw "Touch Your Soul" from Shine Sister Shine (Jazz Village) 12:09
  • Host speaks 15:35
  • Roxy Coss "Don't Cross the Coss" from Quintet (Outside In Music) 16:42
  • Ella Fitzgerald "I Won't Dance" from The Lost Berlin Tapes (Verve) 22:02
  • Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Learning the Blues" from Ella and Louis Again (Capitol) 24:55
  • Host speaks 32:10
  • Berta Moreno "Hope" from Tumaini (Tiger Turn) 33:18
  • Kristin Korb "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" from What If... (Self Released) 39:48
  • Host speaks 44:18
  • Allison Au Quartet "Grounds" from Wonder Wander (Self Released) 45:07
  • Lauren White "Some Of That Sunshine" from Ever Since The World Ended (Café Pacific) 48:10
  • Host speaks 52:04
  • Jihye Lee "Relentless Mind" from Daring Mind (Motema) 53:25
  • Yoko Miwa "Small Talk" from Songs of Joy (Ubunto Music) 1:00:00
  • Joe Williams "You Showed Me the Way" from Jazz Round Midnight: Joe Williams (Verve) 1:04:22
  • Barbara Morrison "Shiny Stockings" from I Wanna Be Loved (Savant) 1:07:47
  • Host speaks 1:11:57
  • Mingus Big Band "Sweet Sucker Dance" from Tonight At Noon (Dreyfus) 1:13:23
  • Jaco Pastorious (feat. Joni Mitchell) "The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines" from Punk Jazz-The Jaco Pastorious Anthology (Rhino) 1:20:18
  • David Howard "Your Smile" from Next (Self Released) 1:24:45
  • Host speaks 1:28:19
  • George Gilliam "Here's To Life" from Many Roads Home (Self Released) 1:29:21
  • Alyssa Allgood "Memories" from What Tomorrow Brings (Cellar Music) 1:32:49
  • Georgia Mancio & Alan Broadbent "I Can See You Passing By" from Quiet Is The Star (Roomspin Records) 1:37:10
  • Host speaks 1:41:39
  • Lara Downes "Barcarolle" from Phenomenal Women (Rising Sun) 1:42:50
  • Kendra Shank "Not To Worry" from A Spirit Free (Challenge) 1:46:26
  • Lauren Lee "Cogitation" from The Queen of Cups (ears&eyes) 1:50:15
  • Host speaks 1:55:37
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR ) 1:57:07

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