November Birthday Salutes Featuring ECM Artists

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It is... time for November birthday salutes! Pianists Hampton Hawes, Ellis Marsalis, Paul Bley, Lyle Mays, Marcin Wasilewski; flutist Hubert Laws; singer Ernestine Anderson; guitarist Russell Malone; saxophonists Lou Donaldson, Mark Turner; trumpeters Arturo Sandoval & Don Cherry; drummers Andrew Cyrille & Billy Hart! And resident sage Mose Allison. You'll notice a slug of ECM artists featured this November since it is also the 50th anniversary of ECM Records, which Manfred Eicher started in November, 1969. Our second hour is 'all ECM.'

Thanks to our most active listeners of the week in: Strasbourg (France), metro Chicagoland and New York City (US), and Koln (Germany). Enjoy the show!


  • Hampton Hawes "Will You Still Be Mine" from All Night Session, Volume 2 (Contemporary) 00:00
  • Hubert Laws "Memory of Minnie" from Family (Columbia) 07:22
  • Hubert Laws "Windows" from Laws' Cause (Atlantic) 14:53
  • Ernestine Anderson "Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do" from Hello Like Before (Concord) 23:26
  • Ellis Marsalis "Canadian Sunset" from On the Second Occasion (ELM) 28:45
  • Russell Malone "You Should Know Better" from Playground (MaxJazz) 35:55
  • Lou Donaldson "Good Gracious" from Good Gracious (Blue Note) 42:51
  • Mose Allison "I'm Not Talking" from The Word from Mose (Atlantic) 49:48
  • Arturo Sandoval "Blue 93" from Dream Come True (GRP) 52:13
  • Paul Bley "Fig Foot" from Not Two, Not One (ECM) 58:28
  • Mark Turner "Myron's World" from Temporary Kings (ECM) 1:04:14
  • Andrew Cyrille "Labroba" from Labroba (ECM) 1:11:31
  • Old and New Dreams "Open or Close" from Old and New Dreams (ECM) 1:17:04
  • Pat Metheny, Lyle Mays "Ozark" from As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls (ECM) 1:26:40
  • Billy Hart "Song for Balkis" from All Our Reasons (ECM) 1:30:29
  • Marcin Wasilewski "Actual Proof" from Live (ECM) 1:41:48

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