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The Music Never Stops: Tales of Wonder and Ms. B.C.

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This week we focus on new releases from pianist Danny Green's band LP and the Vinyl, vocalist Linda Purl, saxophonist Brian Landrus, the duo Const, plus a Stevie Wonder tribute by various Posi-Tone artists for his 70th birthday and a special single from Cynthia Scott, with more birthday shoutouts to lyricist Betty Comden and Betty Carter (pictured) plus a remembrance of Holli Ross. Thanks for your continued support and please support these artists and their music.

Playlist

  • Jon Davis "My Cherie Amour" from Tales of Wonder-A Jazz Celebration of Stevie (Posi-Tone) 00:00
  • Sara Gazarek "I Believe (When I Fall in Love)" from Thirsty Ghost (MRI) 04:06
  • LP and the Vinyl "I Can't Help It" from Heard and Seen (OA2) 09:40
  • Host speaks 14:46
  • Betty Carter "Ms. B.C." from The Music Never Stops (Blue Engine Records) 16:31
  • Betty Carter "All I Got" from Look What I Got (Verve) 19:41
  • Giacomo Gates "I Can't Help It" from What Time Is It? (Savant) 24:22
  • Host speaks 28:39
  • Brandee Younger "Linda Lee" from Soul Awakening (Self released) 29:36
  • Jazzmeia Horn "Tight" from A Social Call (Concord) 34:13
  • Emie R Roussel Trio "Est" from Rythme de Passage (UNI Musiqc) 37:16
  • Host speaks 40:49
  • Linda Purl "You Fascinate Me So" from Taking a Chance on Love (Reaching Records) 42:50
  • Anne Mette Iversen "Parallel Flying Part 2" from Racing a Butterfly (Brooklyn Jazz Underground) 45:48
  • Laila Biali "Alpha Waves" from Out of Dust (ACT Music) 50:41
  • Host speaks 54:46
  • Rachel Therrien "Just Playing" from Vena (Bonsai Music) 55:49
  • Harry Allen "The Party's Over" from The Candy Men (Arbors) 1:00:00
  • Kurt Elling "Lonely Town" from The Questions (Okeh) 1:03:10
  • Host speaks 1:09:51
  • Diane Schuur "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" from Running On Faith (Jazzheads) 1:10:53
  • Kelley Johnson "Some Other Time" from Something Good (Origin) 1:14:22
  • Amy London, Holli Ross, Dylan Pramuk, Darmon Meader (feat. Mark Murphy) "Bebop Lives (Boplicity)" from The Royal Bopsters Project (Motema) 1:19:27
  • Host speaks 1:24:25
  • Brian Landrus "Ruby My Dear" from For Now (BlueLand Records) 1:25:55
  • Rachelle Garniez "100 Days, 100 Nights" from Gone To Glory (Storysound Records) 1:30:58
  • Const "Transportation Song" from New Point of View (IYOUWE) 1:34:43
  • Host speaks 1:38:50
  • Jen Allen "Climbing Ivy" from Sifting Grace (Next Level) 1:40:04
  • Cynthia Scott "Hold On Stay Strong" from single (Trocs Records) 1:45:40
  • Host speaks 1:50:20
  • Monika Herzig "Fall In Reading" from Eternal Dance (Savant) 1:51:40

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