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Twilight World - Celebrating Marian McPartland, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Joni 75


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The penultimate week of Women's History Month broadcast includes new releases from guitarist Mimi Fox, trombonists Naomi Moon Siegel and Natalie Cressman, pianist Lara Downes, the group Five Play led by drummer Sherrie Maricle and vocalists Sivan Arbel and Patrice Jégou, as well as a first listen to the live recording of Joni Mitchell's 75th year celebration concert, along with birthday shoutouts to Marian McPartland, Stephen Sondheim, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Carol Kaye, Deanna Witkowski, Meredith d'Ambrosio, and Renee Rosnes, among others.


  • John di Martino "I Can't Help It" from Turnaround (Self released) 00:00
  • Judy Carmichael & Harry Allen "The One for You" from Can You Love Once More? (GAC Records) 05:31
  • Bob Mintzer Big Band feat. New York Voices "I'll Remember April" from Meeting of Minds (MCG Jazz) 11:55
  • Host speaks 17:25
  • Mimi Fox "The Bird Still Flies" from This Bird Still Flies (Origin) 19:14
  • Diane Hubka "Never Never Land" from Look No Further (Vsojaz) 24:11
  • King Pleasure "I'm In the Mood For Love" from Moody's Mood for Love (Blue Note) 28:34
  • Meredith D'Ambrosio "Dearly Beloved / Clearly Beloved" from Beware of Spring (Sunnyside) 31:45
  • Host speaks 36:20
  • Kait Dunton "Thread Suite 2" from Planet d'Earth (Real & Imagined Music) 38:04
  • Avery Sharpe "Up Above My Head" from Sharpe Meets Tharpe (JKNM Records) 43:07
  • Marcia Ball, Maria Muldaur, Tracy Nelson & Angela Strehli "I Want a Tall Skinny Papa" from Shout, Sister, Shout! A Tribute to Sister Rosetta Tharpe (M.C. Records) 48:05
  • Host speaks 51:19
  • Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom "Congratulations and Condolences" from Glitter Wolf (Royal Potato Family) 53:59
  • Jessica Jones "For the Cats on the Continent" from Continuum (Reva Records) 1:00:14
  • Cyrille Aimée "Being Alive" from Move On: A Sondheim Adventure (Mack Avenue) 1:03:53
  • Bill Henderson "Wild Is Love" from Bill Henderson with the Oscar Peterson Trio (Polygram) 1:08:03
  • Nat King Cole "Beggar For the Blues" from Wild Is Love (Collector's Choice) 1:10:39
  • Host speaks 1:14:11
  • Brittany Anjou "Snuffaluffagas" from Enamiĝo Reciprokataj (Origin) 1:17:52
  • Virginia Schneck "Wholly Earth" from Aminata Moseka (Self released) 1:27:05
  • Kristen Lee Sergeant "The Best Is Yet To Come" from Smolder (Plastic Sax Records) 1:32:41
  • Host speaks 1:36:04
  • Carol Kaye "Thumbs Up" from Thumbs Up (MR C Records) 1:40:01
  • Marianne Solivan "First Desire" from Spark (self released) 1:44:07
  • Sarah Partridge "At Seventeen" from Bright Lights and Promises-Redefining Janis Ian (Origin) 1:49:40
  • Host speaks 1:55:28
  • Naomi Moon Siegel "Ukelady" from Live at Earshot (Slow and Steady Records) 1:56:30
  • Lioness "Ida Lupino" from Pride & Joy (Posi-Tone) 2:00:51
  • Patrice Jégou "It Might Be You" from If It Ain't Love (Prairie Star Records) 2:04:50
  • Diana Panton "Up Jumped Spring" from Solstice-Equinox (Self released) 2:09:54
  • Host speaks 2:13:57
  • Marion McPartland "Wind Flower" from Windows (Concord) 2:16:17
  • Jim Ferguson "There'll Be Other Times" from Deep Summer Music (A-Records) 2:20:27
  • Dena DeRose "Twilight World" from Travelin' Light (MaxJazz) 2:25:42
  • Host speaks 2:32:30
  • Renee Rosnes "Black Holes" from Beloved of the Sky (Smoke Sessions Records) 2:33:57
  • Rene Marie "A Tiny Seed" from Ice on the Hudson (SMK Jazz) 2:40:14
  • Aimée Allen "Touch the Sun " from Wings Uncaged (Azuline) 2:45:18
  • Host speaks 2:50:34
  • Samantha Boshnack "Submarine Volcano" from Live in Santa Monica (Orenda) 2:52:15
  • Five Play "T-Bone Special" from Five Play Live at the Firehouse (5Play2019) 3:00:12
  • Stacy Sullivan "You Must Believe in Spring" from Tornado Alley (LML Music) 3:05:33
  • Danny Bacher "Joy Spring" from Still Happy! (Whaling City Sound) 3:08:22
  • Rebecca Martin & Guilermo Klein "Just as in Spring" from The Upstate Project (Sunnyside) 3:12:20
  • Host speaks 3:16:07
  • Lara Downes "Favorite Colour" from Holes in the Sky (Sony Masterworks) 3:19:05
  • Seal "Both Sides Now" from Joni 75—A Birthday Celebration (Decca) 3:21:45
  • Sivan Arbel "He Sees Her" from Change of Light (Self released) 3:27:48
  • Host speaks 3:33:31
  • Jennifer Wharton "Other Angles" from Bonegasm (Sunnyside) 3:35:41
  • Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquini "My Heart Again Will Rise" from Setting Rays of Sun (Self released) 3:43:20
  • Eliane Elias "An Up Dawn" from Dance of Time (Concord) 3:46:44
  • Host speaks 3:51:09
  • Deanna Witkowski "Beautiful Hands" from Length of Days (ArtistShare) 3:51:58

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