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New Releases, Grammy Winners, Birthday Celebrations For Blanche Calloway, Carole King & More


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This broadcast includes new releases from Ed Johnson & Novo Tempo, Alliance (led by Sharel Cassity and Coleen Clark), Tierney Sutton and Nubya Garcia, with nods to several Grammy winners and birthday shoutouts to Blanche Calloway, Chick Webb, Carmen Staaf, Jen Allen, and Carole King, 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.


  • Audrey Ochoa "I Would Have Told You Anyway" from The Head of a Mouse (Chronograph Records) 00:00
  • Joe Williams "You Showed Me The Way" from Round Midnight: Joe Williams (Verve) 05:22
  • Laufey "Dreamer" from Bewitched (AWAL) 08:45
  • Host speaks 12:11
  • Blanche Calloway & Her Joy Boys "Line-A-Jive" from The World Of Swing (Columbia) 14:50
  • Cecile McLorin Salvant "Growlin' Dan" from For One To Love (Mack Avenue) 17:22
  • Blanche Calloway "Last Dollar" from Classic Blanche (Vintage Music Association) 21:46
  • Host speaks 24:45
  • Alliance (Sharel Cassity+Coleen Clark) "Syl-O-gism" from Single (Alliance) (Shifting Paradigm Records) 27:26
  • Tierney Sutton & San Gabriel 7 "Good People" from Single (Independent) 31:56
  • Host speaks 37:23
  • Allison Miller "The Dancing Tide" from Rivers In Our Veins (Royal Potato Family) 40:45
  • MeShell NdegeOcello "Clear Water" from The Omnichord Real Book (Blue Note) 46:49
  • Host speaks 51:01
  • Sean Nelson's New London Big Band "The Clearing" from Social Hour! (Self Released) Time 52:48Marker
  • Krasno Moore Project "A Natural Woman" from Book of Queens (Concord Jazz) 1:00:00
  • Christine Tobin "It's Too Late" from Tapestry Unravelled (Trail Belle) 1:03:53
  • Count Basie Orchestra "I'm A Woman" from Basie Swings The Blues (Candid) 1:08:08
  • Host speaks 1:13:04
  • Kirsten Edkins "Party Slug" from Shapes & Sound (Self Released) 1:15:41
  • Samara Joy "Tight" from Single (Verve) 1:20:47
  • Pearl Bailey "That's Good Enough For Me" from Pearl Bailey: 16 Most Requested Songs (Sony Music Entertainment) 1:22:40
  • Host speaks 1:25:55
  • Miguel Zenon & Luis Perdomo "Mucho Corazón" from El Arte Del Bolero Vol. 2 (Miel Music) 1:28:30
  • Ed Johnson& Novo Tempo "For Every Living Thing" from For Every Living Thing (Cumulus Records) 1:35:00
  • Host speaks 1:40:58
  • Nubya Garcia "Fortify" from Single (Fortify) (Concord) 1:43:56
  • Nicole Zuraitis "The Garden" from How Love Begins (Outside In) 1:49:40
  • Host speaks 1:54:56
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:56:49

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