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New Releases, Birthday Shoutouts To Abbey Lincoln, Dorothy Ashby, Regina Carter, Connie Converse & More

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This broadcast includes new releases from Matt Catingub, Gabriela Martina, Olivia Van Goor and Jack Jones, with birthday shoutouts to Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, Abbey Lincoln, Dorothy Ashby, Terri Lyne Carrington, Regina Carter, Kat Edmonson and Connie Converse, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by seeing them live and online. Purchase their music so they can continue to distract, comfort, provoke and inspire.

Playlist

  • Louis Armstrong "Hotter Than That" from West End Blues 1926-1933 (EPM) 00:00
  • Louis Armstrong & the Luis Russell Orchestra "You Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business" from The Definitive R&B Series-1940 (Nineteen Forties Music) 03:01
  • Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Can't We Be Friends?" from Ella and Louis (Verve) 06:00
  • Host speaks 09:45
  • Kaisa's Machine "Sizzler" from Taking Shape (Greenleaf Music) 11:11
  • The Hot Toddies Jazz Band "Digga Digga Do" from Hot Toddies Jazz Band (Prohibition Productions) 17:24
  • Matt Catingub "On Second Thought" from From Samoa to Sinatra-Dedicated To and Featuring Mavis Rivers (Summit) 20:42
  • Host speaks 23:55
  • Nadje Noordhuis+James Shipp "Lumino" from Multitudes (Little Mystery) 25:05
  • Leny Andrade & Romero Lubambo "Assim Não Dá" from Lua do Arpoador (Biscoito Fino) 23:12
  • Gabriela Martina "Letter to Grämlis" from Homage To Grämlis (Self Released) 31:48
  • Host speaks 35:42
  • Claire Daly (feat. Jon Davis) "Harlem Nocturne" from VuVu For Frances (Daly Bread Records) 36:38
  • Nicole Zuraitis "Well Planned, Well Played" from How Love Begins (Outside In) 40:19
  • Tony Bennett & Bill Charlap "I Won't Dance" from The Silver Lining (RPM/Columbia) 44:34
  • Tony Bennett & k.d. lang "Exactly Like You" from A Wonderful World (Columbia) 47:41
  • Host speaks 50:55
  • Billy Childs "Rebirth" from Rebirth (Mack Avenue) 51:51
  • Marc Cary "My Love Is You" from For the Love Of Abbey (Motema Music) 1:00:00
  • Terri Lyne Carrington, Melanie Charles, Somi & Negah Santos "Throw It Away" from New Standards Vol. 1 (Candid) 1:04:42
  • Abbey Lincoln & Hank Jones "Angel Face" from When There Is Love (Decca Records France) 1:10:20
  • Host speaks 1:15:48
  • Brandee Younger "You're A Girl For One Man Only" from Brand New Life (Impulse! Records) 1:17:08
  • Olivia Van Goor "I Can Tell" from Don't Be Mad At Me (Self Released) 1:21:02
  • Jack Jones feat. Joey DeFrancesco "Here's To Life" from Artwork (Calvary Productions) 1:25:29
  • Host speaks 1:31:14
  • Kait Dunton "Headspace" from Keyboards (Real & Imagined Records) 1:32:16
  • Francesca Bertazzo Hart, Michele Francesconi, New Project Orchestra "Playing With Jimmy" from Playing With Jimmy (Calligola Records) 1:35:54
  • Host speaks 1:42:06
  • Kenny Barron & Regina Carter "Shades of Gray" from Freefall (Verve) 1:43:15
  • Kat Edmonson feat. Duchess "In A World of My Own" from Dreamers Do (Spinnerette Records) 1:48:00
  • Connie Converse "Man In the Sky" from How Sad, How Lovely (Lau Derette Recordings) 1:51:42
  • Host speaks 1:55:42
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:56:40

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