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New Releases Plus Birthday Celebrations for Dinah Washington and Alice Coltrane

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This broadcast presents new releases from Willie Nelson, who continues his homage to the songs of Frank Sinatra, Wayne Alpern and pianist Rachel Eckroth with birthday shoutouts to Dinah Washington and Alice Coltrane in the second hour, along with guitarist Mimi Fox, vocalists Anita Wardell, Rosana Eckert, Vicki Burns and more. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear on the show by purchasing their music in this time of pandemic so they can continue to distract, comfort and inspire.

Playlist

  • Adrienne Fenemor "Minor Mixup" from Mo' Puddin' (Self Released) 00:00
  • Caswell Sisters "Stroll" from Alive In the Singing Air (Self Released) 04:48
  • Willie Nelson "Learnin' the Blues" from That's Life (Legacy) 11:14
  • Host speaks 14:37
  • Jenny Klukken "La Pepica" from Color In Motion (Self Released) 16:04
  • Lauren Henderson "Luz" from Musa (Brontosaurus Records) 21:28
  • Host speaks 27:34
  • Chris Pattishall "Virgo" from Zodiac (Self Released) 28:38
  • Sarah Partridge "Against the Current (For Susan La Flesche Picotte)" from Beautiful Minds-Celebrating Extraordinary Women (Tiger Turn) 31:56
  • Esperanza Spalding "Endangered Species" from Radio Music Society (Heads Up International) 36:02
  • Host speaks 42:38
  • Mimi Fox "Twilight in the Mangroves" from This Bird Still Flies (Origin) 44:10
  • Anita Wardell "Loose Bloose" from Kinda Blue (Specific Jazz) 49:30
  • Host speaks 53:25
  • Rachel Eckroth "The Garden" from The Garden (Rainy Days Records) 54:32
  • Wayne Alpern "You've Got a Friend" from Frankenstein (Henri Elkan Music) 1:00:00
  • Dinah Washington "Make the Man Love Me" from For Those In Love (EmArcy Records) 1:05:47
  • Dinah Washington "Let Me Be the First To Know" from Back To the Blues (Roulette) 1:11:20
  • Host speaks 1:13:38
  • Michael Dease "Mirror Image" from Never More Here (Posi-Tone) 1:15:12
  • Rebecca Martin & Guillermo Klein "To Make the Most of Today" from The Upstate Project (Sunnyside) 1:21:52
  • Jacqui Naylor "All My Life" from The Long Game (Ruby Star Records) 1:26:38
  • Host speaks 1:30:12
  • Lakecia Benjamin "Affinity" from Pursuance-The Coltranes (Ropedope) 1:31:01
  • Rosana Eckert "For Good" from Sailing Home (OA2) 1:38:07
  • Host speaks 1:43:42
  • Alice Coltrane "Lovely Sky Boat" from The Impulse Story: Alice Coltrane (Impulse) 1:44:20
  • Vicki Burns "Contemplation/The Ancestors" from Siren Song (Self Released) 1:51:12
  • 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) 1:57:08

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