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    New Releases From Jo Harrop, Matthew Whitaker, Jacky Terrasson, Ivana Cuesta, Birthday Shoutouts To Beryl Booker, Memphis Minnie, Dakota Staton & More

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    This broadcast includes new releases from Jo Harrop, Matthew Whitaker, Jacky Terrasson (feat. Camille Bertault), Ellynne Rey, Ivana Cuesta and Ruth Saphir, with birthday shoutouts to Beryl Booker, Dakota Staton, Memphis Minnie, Jocelyn Gould, Lili Añel, Deanna Kirk, Sylvia Robinson ("Love On A Two Way Street"), Monnette Sudler, Jenny Scheinman, Marty Elkins, and Jonathan Karrant, among others. Happy 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

    • Mary Osborne "Low Ceiling" from A Girl and Her Guitar (TP4 Music) 00:00
    • Dakota Staton "Heartbreak" from Congratulations To Someone (Lester Recording Catalogue) 03:13
    • Jo Harrop "Beautiful Fools" from The Path Of A Tear (Lateralize Records) 07:30
    • Host speaks 11:47
    • Jocelyn Gould "Trail Blazer" from Sonic Bouquet (Independent) 13:11
    • Lili Añel "Better Days" from Better Days Remastered (Self Released) 19:27
    • Deanna Kirk "Don't Look Back" from Lost In Languid Love Songs (Self Released) 24:37
    • Host speaks 27:00
    • Ellie Lee "On The Road" from Escape (Self Released) 28:07
    • Etienne Charles (feat. Rene Marie) "Take My Breath Away" from Creole Orchestra (Culture Shock Music) 34:56
    • Host speaks 41:19
    • Buffalo Monroe "Chromatic Schematic" from Meets Willy Waldman (Self Released) 42:34
    • Boz Scaggs "Love On A Two Way Street" from Memphis (SLG, LLC) 45:33
    • Maria Muldaur "I'm Sailin'" from ... First Came Memphis Minnie (Stony Plain Recording) 49:04
    • Host speaks 52:44
    • Matthew Whitaker}} "Expect Your Miracle" from On Their Shoulders: An Organ Tribute (Mocat Records) 53:32
    • Catherine Russell "Just Because You Can" from Inside This Heart of Mine (World Village) 1:05:42
    • Jacky Terrasson (feat. Camille Bertault) "Est ce que tu me suis" from Moving On (naïve/Earth-Sounds) 1:09:48
    • Host speaks 1:13:16
    • Jenny Scheinman & Allison Miller "Play Money" from Parlour Game (Royal Potato Family) 1:14:25
    • Marty Elkins "Sugar" from Fat Daddy (Nagel Heyer Records) 1:19:35
    • Ellynne Rey "Lost In The Wilderness" from In The Wilderness (Self Released) 1:23:07
    • Host speaks 1:28:24
    • Ivanna Cuesta "Ongoing Cycles" from A Letter To The Earth (Orenda Records) 1:29:20
    • Ruth Saphir "Accolades of Time" from Accolades of Time (Orchard of Pomegranates) 1:34:59
    • Terri Lyne Carrington (feat. Michael Mayo) "Circling" from New Standards, Vol 1 (Candid) 1:37:17
    • Host speaks 1:43:13
    • Jihye Lee Orchestra "Eight Letters" from Infinite Connections (Motema Music) 1:44:15
    • Jonathan Karrant & Joshua White "Simply The Best" from Shadows Fall (Self released) 1:51:09
    • Host speaks 1:55:56
    • 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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