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Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Fay Victor, Marta Sanchez

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This week, we kick off the show with some Philly folks featuring the iconic saxophonist Sam Reed and B-3 Funkster Charles Earland. The music of Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder will follow set in a jazz context from artists such as Milt Jackson, Joe Henderson, Charles Kynard, Jackie Byard and Vijay Iyer. Celebrating the release of Fay Victor's Herbie Nichols Sung album, we will compare original Nichols recordings to vocal interpretations. The show will wind down with a vocal tangent and wrap up with works featuring pianist Mara Sanchez.


  • Thelonious Monk "Esistrophy (Theme)" from Live at the It Club—Complete (Columbia) 00:30
  • Lee Lovett and his Orchestra "True Blues from Philly" from Jazz Dance Party (Strand) 01:30
  • Sam Reed Quartet "I Wanna Be Free" from LIVE (Self Released) 06:27
  • Charles Earland "Asteroid" from Leaving This Planet (Prestige) 17:41
  • Jimmy Smith "I Got A Woman" from Home Cookin' (Blue Note) 25:23
  • Ray Charles,. Milt Jackson "Hallelujah I Love Her So" from Soul Meeting (Atlantic) 29:19
  • Ray Charles "I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts of Town" from Genius + Soul = Jazz (Impulse!) 34:46
  • Joe Henderson "My Cherie Amouer" from Black Miracle (Milestone) 39:28
  • Charles Kynard "Superstition" from Your Mama Don't Dance (Mainstream Records) 46:12
  • Jaki Byard "Send One Your Love" from To Them-To Us (Soul Note) 51:56
  • Vijay Iyer Trio "Big Brother" from Historicity (Act) 56:13
  • Herbie Nichols "The Lady Sings the Blues" from The Third World (Blue Note) 1:06:21
  • Billie Holiday "Lady Sings the Blues" from Verve History of Jazz (Verve) 1:10:06
  • Herbie Nichols "House Party Starting" from The Third World (Blue Note) 1:10:51
  • Fay Victor "Tonight" from Herbie Nichols SUNG Life Is Funny That Way (TAO Forms) 1:16:31
  • Chris Connor "Trust in Me" from I Miss You So (Atlantic) 1:26:46
  • Jazzmeia Horn "Lover Come Back to Me" from I Miss You So (Empress Legacy Records) 1:29:02
  • Joe Williams, Count Basie "Please Send Me Someone to Love" from Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings (Verve Records) 1:32:21
  • Shirley Horn "Forget Me" from Softly (Audiphile) 1:40:07
  • Esperanza Spalding "Unconditional Love" from Emily's D+Evolution (Concord Records) 1:43:50
  • David Murray Quartet "Am Gone Get Some" from Francesca (Intakt Records) 1:48:36
  • Marta Sanchez Trio "330 AM" from Perpetural Void (Intakt Records) 1:54:45

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