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New Releases by Alexis Cole, Nicole Henry, Carol Albert Plus A Birthday Celebration for Joni Mitchell


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This broadcast presents new releases from vocalists Alexis Cole, Nicole Henry, pianist Carol Albert, and a piano/organ collaboration of Jeremy Monteiro & Alberto Marsico, with birthday shoutouts to Joni Mitchell, Betty Bryant, Carmen Lundy, Kurt Elling, Anne Sajdera, Amanda Tosoff and more. 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.


  • Betty Bryant "Cho Cho" from Project 88 (Bry-Mar Records) 00:00
  • Kitty Margolis "Firm Roots (Are What You Need to Win)" from Evolution (Mad-Kat Music) 03:46
  • Alexis Cole "Joy Spring" from Sky Blossom-Songs From My Tour of Duty (Zoho) 08:50
  • Host speaks 14:05
  • Carol Albert "Fire & Water" from Single (Self Released) 15:26
  • Carmen Lundy "Ola De Calor" from Modern Ancestors (Afrasia Productions) 19:33
  • Kurt Elling "Endless Lawns" from Super Blue (Edition) 25:52
  • Host speaks 32:32
  • Ron Wilkins "Spring in Bennett Park" from Trombocalist (Jazz Legacy) 33:24
  • The Baylor Project (feat. Jazzmeia Horn, Diane Reeves "We Swing (The Cypher)" from Generations (Be A Light) 37:56
  • Host speaks 43:18
  • Anne Sajdera "Bright Lights" from New Year (Bijuri) 44:23
  • Amanda Tosoff (feat. Michelle Willis & Alex Samaras ) "Here and Heaven" from Earth Voices (Empress Music Group) 47:58
  • Host speaks 53:12
  • Hiromi "Jumpstart" from Silver Lining Suite (Telarc) 54:18
  • NABOU "In the House of F" from You Know (Outnote Records) 1:00:00
  • Jeremy Monteiro & Alberto Marsico "I'd Rather Go Blind (Live)" from Jazz-Blues Brothers (JazzNote) 1:05:34
  • Lisa Hilton "Chromatic Chronicles" from Transparent Sky (Ruby Slippers Productions) 1:13:19
  • Host speaks 1:16:34
  • Lauren Henderson "Ahora" from Musa (Brontasaurus Music) 1:17:41
  • Brasuka "Marakandombe" from A Vida Com Paixão (Outside In) 1:21:53
  • Steven Feifke Big Band (feat. Veronica Swift) "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" from Kinetic (Outside In Music) 1:27:18
  • Host speaks 1:32:06
  • Beth McKenna "Letting Go" from Beyond Here (Self Released) 1:33:17
  • Nicole Henry "Love and Affection" from Time To Love Again (Self Released) 1:39:14
  • Host speaks 1:44:03
  • Pat Coil "Both Sides Now" from How Deep Is the Ocean (Burton Avenue Music) 1:45:20
  • Terri Lyne Carrington + Social Science (feat. Debo Ray) "Love" from The Waiting Game (Motema Music) 1:50:02
  • Host speaks 1:56:08
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:57:09


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