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The Doctor’s New Year’s Eve Warmup

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The confluence of the stars. Our "listeners' favorites" show and the infamous DrJ New Year's Eve warmup together! How greasy could it be? Well, very. We've got some of your favorites from Shows 341-350 as well as some funky stuff from older shows that got you resonated. No disco, though... sorry. But you can still crank it up & shake that thang. Hit the play button and enjoy the show! A joyous, healthy & prosperous 2019 to all! January 1969 Blue Notes and much more next week.

Playlist

  • Carmen McRae "I'm An Errand Girl For Rhythm" from You're Lookin' At Me (Concord) 00:00
  • Christian McBride "Gettin' To It" from Bringin' It (Mack Avenue) 03:23
  • organissimo "Clap Yo' Hands" from Alive And Kickin' (Big O) 10:03
  • Andrew Gould "Cool Off" from First Things First (Outside In) 16:49
  • Ed Cherry "Let The Music Take Your Mind" from Soul Tree (Posi-Tone) 24:14
  • Phil Ranelin "Sounds From The Village" from Vibes From The Tribe (Tribe) 28:46
  • Gene Ammons "Lady Mama" from Big Bad Jug (Prestige) 32:40
  • Eddie Henderson "Explodition" from Sunburst (Blue Note) 39:15
  • Brian Charette "Tyrone" from Once & Future (Posi-Tone) 46:45
  • Jeremy Steig "Hopscotch" from Firefly (CTI) 50:22
  • Rusty Bryant "Fire Eater" from Fire Eater (Prestige) 57:41
  • John Scofield "Pick Hits" from Electric Outlet (Gramavision) 1:07:08
  • Tony Kofi "Cisco" from Point Blank (Last Music) 1:13:09
  • Houston Person "132nd And Madison" from Rain Or Shine (HighNote) 1:19:39
  • Hammond Eggs "Kostalogy" from Back In The Pan (In-Out) 1:26:47
  • Tony DaGradi "The Big Tees" from Oneness (Astral Music) 1:31:14
  • Lou Donaldson "Snake Bone" from Say It Loud (Blue Note) 1:36:08
  • Joey DeFrancesco "One Hundred Ways" from 40 (HighNote) 1:45:30

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