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New Releases Plus Birthday Shoutouts to Harold Arlen, Nina Simone and Nancy Wilson


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This broadcast presents new releases from vocalist Liz Terrell, guitarist Ron Jackson and pianist Wendy Kirkland with birthday shoutouts to Harold Arlen (who wrote with several fine women lyricists) in the first hour and Nina Simone and Nancy Wilson in the second hour, among others. 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.


  • Dena DeRose "A Tip of the Hat" from Ode To the Road (Savant) 00:00
  • Pearl Bailey "That's Good Enough For Me" from Pearl Bailey: 16 Most Requested Songs (Columbia Legacy) 05:25
  • Host speaks 08:39
  • Ron Jackson "She Is Love" from Standards and My Songs (Roni Music) 10:44
  • Liz Terrell "People Make the World Go Round" from It's All Right With Me (Westmont Records) 15:27
  • Host speaks 20:20
  • Alexander Claffy "You Must Believe In Spring" from Standards: What Are You Doing The Rest of Your Life (SMK Jazz) 23:19
  • Irene Jalenti "Dawn" from Dawn (Antidote) 28:24
  • Wendy Kirkland "His Smile" from Latin Lowdown Live (Blue Quaver) 31:37
  • Host speaks 36:52
  • T.K. Blue "Insomnia" from The Rhythms Continue (JAJA) 39:01
  • Aretha Franklin "Today I Love Ev'rybody" from Yeah! (Columbia) 41:51
  • Andy Bey "The Morning After" from The World According To Andy Bey (HighNote) 45:14
  • Ian Shaw "Happy With the Blues" from Soho Stories (Milestone) 49:03
  • Host speaks 51:26
  • Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Ensemble "February" from Black Unstoppable (Delmark) 53:41
  • Azar Lawrence "Just Because of You" from New Sky (Trazar Records) 1:00:00
  • Elisabeth Lohninger "Cool Cat" from Life Lines (Self released) 1:06:35
  • Host speaks 1:11:27
  • Elsa Nilsson and Jon Cowherd "Crimson" from After Us (Self Released) 1:13:39
  • Eugenie Jones "Do I Move You" from Players (Open Mic Records) 1:18:05
  • Ledesi & Metropole Orkest "Four Women" from Ledisi Sings Nina (BMG/Listen Back) 1:21:45
  • Nina Simone "Mississippi Goddam" from Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (Mercury) 1:26:23
  • Host speaks 1:31:10
  • Deanna Witkowski "Carcinoma" from Force of Nature (MCG Jazz) 1:33:59
  • Nancy Wilson "River Shallow" from Lush Life (Capitol) 1:37:51
  • Nancy Wilson "Guess Who I Saw Today" from Something Wonderful (Capitol) 1:41:16
  • Host speaks 1:44:38
  • Audrey Ochoa "Silver Linings" from Frankenhorn (Chronograph Records/Fontana North) 1:46:37
  • Cecil L. Recchia "The Thing To Do/Empowerment" from Play Blue (Association Harpo) 1:51:16
  • Host speaks 1:54:55
  • Vivien Garry Quintet "A Woman's Place Is In the Groove" from A Woman's Place Is In the Groove (PNR) 1:57:11

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