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New Releases Plus A Centennial Birthday Shoutout For Guitarist Mary Osborne

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This broadcast opens with a centennial salute to guitarist Mary Osborne. Born in North Dakota, she came to prominence in New York City in the 1940s appearing with jazz greats Dizzy Gillespie, Art Tatum, Coleman Hawkins, Thelonious Monk and Mary Lou Williams. Also presented are new releases from vocalists Samara Joy, Hilary Kole and violinist Diane Delin, plus a newly discovered Bill Evans live concert recording, with birthday shoutouts to Kay Starr, Margaret Whiting, Annie Ross, Emily Asher, Luciana Souza, Janis Siegel, Cynthia Scott and Linda Ronstadt, among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by purchasing their music during this time of pandemic.

Playlist

  • Mary Osborne "Oops My Lady" from A Girl and Her Guitar (TP4 Music) 00:00
  • Kay Starr "What A Difference A Day Made" from What A Difference A Day Made (Hindsight Records) 03:15
  • Samara Joy "Jim" from Samara Joy (Whirlwind Records) 06:18
  • Host speaks 10:08
  • Lauren Sevian "Miss Lady" from Bliss (Posi-Tone) 11:31
  • Sheila Cooper "Learnin' The Blues" from Phoenix Rising (ErrnyMusic) 17:07
  • Lambert, Hendricks & Ross "Jackie" from The Swingers ! (CM Blue Note) 22:00
  • Host speaks 24:00
  • Dave Miller Trio "In Your Own Sweet Way" from The Mask-erade Is Over (Summit) 25:08
  • Louis Armstrong "Summer Song" from This Is Jazz Louis Armstrong Sings (Columbia) 28:36
  • Brenda Earle Stokes "Strange Meadowlark" from Solo Sessions Vol. 1 (Allsheneeds Music) 31:45
  • Host speaks 37:32
  • Diane Delin "For the Moment" from Chicago Standard Time (Blujazz) 38:39
  • Luciana Souza, The WDR Big Band Cologne, Vince Mendoza "Baião a Tempo" from Storytellers (Sunnyside) 44:06
  • Host speaks 50:15
  • Bill Evans Trio "The Two Lonely People" from On a Friday Evening (Live) (Craft Recordings) 51:40
  • Emily Asher's Garden Party "Autobus" from If I Were A Window (Self Released) 1:00:00
  • Hilary Kole "Make Me Rainbows" from Sophisticated Lady (Japan Victor) 1:03:51
  • Margaret Whiting "Lies of Handsome Men" from Then and Now (DRG) 1:08:57
  • Host speaks 1:13:07
  • Lisa Maxwell Jazz Orchestra "Hello Wayne?" from Shiny ! (Self released) 1:14:34
  • Cynthia Scott "Hold On Stay Strong" from Single (Trocs Records) 1:20:30
  • The Baylor Project (feat. Jamison Ross) "Only Believe" from Generations (Be A Light) 1:25:06
  • Host speaks 1:30:44
  • Tomoko Omura "Tomie's Blues" from Branches Vol. 2 (Outside In) 1:31:57
  • Requinte Trio "The Northern Sea" from Single (Self Released) 1:37:31
  • Esperanza Spalding (with Corey King) "Formwela 5" from Formwela (Concord) 1:41:01
  • Host speaks 1:44:24
  • Russ Kassoff "Until It's Time For You To Go" from Bird Fly By (Self Released) 1:45:57
  • Sarah Wilson "Lullaby + Exile" from Kaleidoscope (Brass Tonic Records) 1:50:42
  • Carla Bley & The Jazz Composers Orchestra (with Linda Ronstadt) "Why" from Escalator Over the Hill-A Chronotransduction (WATT) 1:53:06
  • Host speaks 1:55:23
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In The Groove (PNR) 1:56:37

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