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Time for Listeners’ Favorites

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It's a show with a number 5 in it (show 425 to be precise). So, it's time for listeners' favorites from shows 411-420. See if yours made the list. Toes tappin' mask on! Enjoy!

Playlist

  • Gary Burton "Boston Marathon" from Good Vibes (Atlantic) 00:00
  • Jack McDuff "Hunk O' Funk" from To Seek a New Home (Blue Note) 07:16
  • Ralph Peterson "Played Twice" from Fo'tet Plays Monk (Evidence) 13:17
  • Thelonious Monk "Brilliant Corners" from Brilliant Corners (Riverside) 18:02
  • Carmen McRae "Trav'lin' Light" from Carmen McRae Sings Lover Man (Columbia) 25:54
  • Carmen McRae "One More Chance" from Live at Birdland West (Concord) 28:54
  • Gene Harris "Green Dolphin Street" from Live at the 'It Club' (Blue Note) 32:57
  • Blue Mitchell "Fungi Mama" from The Thing to Do (Blue Note) 40:28
  • Matt Wilson "Get Over, Get Off and Get On" from Gathering Call (Palmetto) 48:28
  • Lester Bowie "Ghosts" from All the Magic (ECM) 54:29
  • Steve Khan "Baraka Sasa" from Subtext (Tone Center) 57:50
  • Jemal Ramirez "Episode from a Village Dance" from African Skies (Joyful Beat) 1:04:53
  • Doug Beavers "Sunflowers" from Art of the Arrangement (ArtistShare) 1:10:40
  • Kamasi Washington "Leroy and Lanisha" from The Epic (Brainfeeder) 1:15:53
  • Charles Kynard "Odds On" from Afro-Disiac (Prestige) 1:26:39
  • Michael Brecker "Renaissance Man" from Time Is of the Essence (Verve) 1:33:42
  • Jeremy Steig "Waves" from Wayfaring Stranger (Blue Note) 1:42:16
  • Joshua Redman "Groove X" from Joshua Redman (Warner Bros) 1:48:10
G&M graphic by Natalie Caruso (WHYR-FM).

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