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No Ordinary Love - Celebrating Jazz Aquarians Barbara Carroll, Etta James and Sade Adu


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This week our playlist includes new releases by pianists Yelena Eckemoff and Marina Albero, trumpetist Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, and trombonist Audrey Ochoa, plus birthday shout outs to Etta James, Barbara Carroll, Sade, Mariah Parker, Adi Meyerson, Kate McGarry, Lizz Wright, Peter Eldridge, Cheryl Bentyne and Chelsea McBride, among others. Also a nod to Mary Lou Williams, whose recording Zodiac Suite was entered into the Grammy Hall of Fame and a preview of who is playing in town this week.


  • Jocelyn Michelle "Englewood Cliffs" from Time to Play (Chicken Coup) 00:00
  • The Hot Sardines "French Fries & Champagne" from French Fries & Champagne (Decca) 07:25
  • Etta James "Willow Weep for Me" from Time After Time (RCA Records) 10:24
  • Host speaks 16:43
  • Pureum Jin "Remembering Mr. Woods" from The Real Blue (Cellar Live) 20:01
  • Jeff Goldblum & the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra "Four on Six/Broken English" from I Shouldn't Be Telling You This (Decca (UMO)) 26:05
  • Host speaks 30:13
  • The DIVA Jazz Orchestra "A Felicidade" from Diva+The Boys (MCG Jazz) 32:09
  • Diana Panton "Felicidade" from To Brazil with Love (eOne) 38:44
  • Susannah McCorkle "Dilema (Dilemma)" from Sabia (Concord) 43:19
  • Carmen Lundy "Affair Brazil" from Modern Ancestors (Afrasia Productions) 46:37
  • Host speaks 51:14
  • Mariah Parker "Affinity Minus One" from Indo Latin Jazz-Live in Concert (Ancient Future) 53:08
  • Works for Me "Mr. M" from Reach Within (Posi-Tone) 1:00:45
  • Josephine Beavers "A Sunday Kind Of Love" from Prime Time (Grand Songbook Media) 1:06:17
  • Joe Mooney "Warm Kiss and Cold Heart" from On the Rocks (GRP) 1:10:42
  • Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Pass "(I Want a) Little Girl" from Easy Living (Pablo) 1:13:45
  • Host speaks 1:16:35
  • Yoko Miwa "Secret Rendezvous" from Keep Talkin' (Self released) 1:19:45
  • Andrea Wolper "Waiting for Winter" from Parallel Lives (Jazzed Media) 1:26:07
  • George Evans "When in Rome" from I'm All Smiles (M-Swing) 1:31:42
  • Host speaks 1:35:40
  • Barbara Carroll "Sweet Lilacs" from This Heart of Mine (DRG Records) 1:37:55
  • Billie Holiday "A Fine Romance" from Wishing on the Moon (Living Era) 1:42:53
  • Tony Bennett, Bill Charlap "I Won't Dance" from The Silver Lining-The Songs of Jerome Kern (RPM/Columbia) 1:45:43
  • Jacqui Naylor & Art Khu "The Way You Look Tonight" from Q&A (Ruby Star Records) 1:48:52
  • Host speaks 1:53:01
  • Adison Evans "Monkey Mind" from Meridian (AdiTones) 1:54:14
  • Yelena Eckemoff "Bat" from Nocturnal Animals (L&H Productions) 2:00:30
  • Kate McGarry "Mr. Sparkle_What a Difference a Day Made" from The Subject Tonight Is Love (ArtistShare) 2:06:35
  • Viktori Japilatovic "We Were Not Born Yesterday" from The Only Light (Inner Circle Music) 2:11:40
  • Host speaks 2:16:03
  • Mary Lou Williams "Aquarius" from Zodiac Suite (Smithsonian Folkways) 2:19:09
  • Mary Lou Williams "I Have a Dream" from Mary Lou's Mass (Smithsonian Folkways) 2:22:47
  • Lizz Wright "Barley" from Grace (Concord) 2:24:46
  • Karrin Allyson Sextet "Big Discount" from Shoulder to Shoulder (eOne) 2:29:49
  • Host speaks 2:34:41
  • Gabriel Mark Hasselbach "I'm Gonna Go Fishin'" from MidCentury Modern Volume 2 (Windtunnel Records) 2:36:19
  • The Manhattan Transfer "Blues for Harry Bosch" from The Junction (Bertelsmann Music Group) 2:43:10
  • Gary Burton, Rebecca Parris "We Can Try Love Again" from It's Another Day (GRP) 2:47:29
  • Host speaks 2:53:55
  • Andrea Brachfeld "Sonhos E Cores" from Brazilian Whispers (Origin) 2:54:56
  • Audrey Ochoa "Benchwarming" from Frankenhorn (Chronograph Records / Fontana North) 3:00:15
  • Carol Lipnik "Farewell Stranger" from Almost Back to Normal (Mermaid Alley) 3:06:51
  • Stacy Sullivan "Since You've Asked" from Tornado Alley (LML Music) 3:10:06
  • Jose James (feat. Becca Stevens) "Dragon" from While You Were Sleeping (Blue Note) 3:13:17
  • Host speaks 3:17:38
  • Akua Dixon "The Sweetest Taboo" from Akua's Dance (Self released) 3:19:43
  • Lincoln Briney "Haunt Me" from Lincoln Briney's Contemporary Favorites: Visions (Indie (Japan)) 3:25:22
  • Alicia Olatuja "No Ordinary Love" from Intuition: Songs From the Minds of Women (Resilience) 3:29:12
  • Host speaks 3:33:58
  • Marina Albero "The Sweetness of the Edge" from A Life Soundtrack-Vol. 3-Music Is Love (Self released) 3:35:38
  • Lucy Yeghiazaryan "That Ole Devil Called Love" from Blue Heaven (Cellar Live) 3:43:41
  • Bob Mintzer Big Band & New York Voices "I Get Along Without You Very Well" from Meeting of Minds (MCG Jazz) 3:47:40
  • Host speaks 3:52:11
  • Chelsea McBride's Socialist Night School "The Righteous & the Wicked" from Aftermath (Browntasaurus Records) 3:55:34

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