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Joy Spring of Jazz - Friday (Music)

Classic Jazz and the Great American Songbook. As always, Well-known DJ Gary Alexander shares with us his vast knowledge on the subject.

Fri Jan 11th 2019 3.00pm–6.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific

3:00pm

Sherri Roberts “Joy Spring (feat. Akira Tana)”
from Anybody's Spring (Pacific Coast Jazz 2017) —Theme song

3:05pm

Bing Crosby & Louis Armstrong “Way Down Younder in New Orleans”
from Bing Crosby - Louis Armstrong (Capitol Records 1960) —LP from 1960

3:08pm

Judy Garland “When You're Smiling”
from Judy at Carnegie Hall in Person (Hallmark 2018) —Live in 1961

3:11pm

John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman “My One and Only Love”
from The Gentle Side of John Coltrane (Impulse! 1963) —Coltrane solos first

3:17pm

Billie Holiday “I'm a Fool to Want You”
from Lady In Satin (Columbia 1958) —Lady's penultimate album, and her best

3:20pm

Lena Horne “Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow”
from American Songbook Series: Jule Styne (Smithsonian 1993) —Great seasonal song

3:23pm

Lambert Hendricks & Ross “cloudburst”
from Twisted (Rhino 1960) —Featuring Jon Hendricks

3:25pm

Lambert, Hendricks and Ross with Count Basie “Little Pony”
from Twisted (Rhino 1960) —Dave Lambert and Singers

3:28pm

Peggy Lee “They can't take that away from me”
from Fascinating Rhythm: Capitol Sings Gershwin (Capitol 1992) —From The Man I Love (1957)

3:30pm

Carmen McRae “I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good (LP Version)”
from Jazz Singers 3 (Smithsonian 1998)

3:34pm

Anita O'Day “Sing, sing, sing”
from Anita O'Day Sings the Winners (Verve 1958) —Sings Big Band songs

3:37pm

Nina Simone “Little girl blue”
from We'll Have Manhattan: The Rodgers & Hart Songbook (Verve 1993) —From Nina Simone and Piano (1969)

3:40pm

Frank Sinatra “In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning”
from In the Wee Small Hours (Capitol 1955) —The first of Frank's "concept albums" in 1955

3:43pm

Jo Stafford “The Things we did Last Summer”
from American Songbook Series: Jule Styne (Smithsonian 1993) —By Jule Styne in 1946

3:46pm

Jack Teagarden “After You're Gone”
from The Complete Capitol Fifties Jack Teagarden Sessions (Mosaic 1996) —Big "T" on trombone and vocals

3:49pm

Mel Torme “Down for Double”
from Jazz Singers: Volume 4 (Smithsonian 1998) —With big band

3:52pm

Sarah Vaughan “My Funny Valentine”
from We'll Have Manhattan: Rodgers & Hart Songbook (Verve 1993)

3:57pm

Joe Williams “Thou swell”
from We'll Have Manhattan: Rodgers & Hart Songbook (Verve 1993) —With Count Basie (1956)

4:01pm

Bucky Pizzarelli “Willow Weep for Me”
from Nirvana (LRC Ltd. / Groove Merchant Records 2005) —Solo featuring Bucky, born January 9, 1926 (now 93)

4:05pm

Joe Pass “The song is you”
from Virtuoso (Universal Music Mexico 1973) —Joe Pass born January 13, 1929

4:09pm

Jack Jones “I've Got a Lot of Livin' To Do”
from Greatest Hits: Jack Jones Single (Geffen 1995) —May 11, 1960 from Bye Bye Birdie

4:12pm

Jack Jones “Lollipops and Roses”
from Greatest Hits: Jack Jones Single (Geffen 1995) —From 1961

4:16pm

Jack Jones “Real Live Girl”
from Greatest Hits: Jack Jones Single (Geffen 1995) —From March 4, 1963

4:19pm

Jack Jones “She Loves Me”
from Greatest Hits: Jack Jones Single (Geffen 1995) —Also from March 4, 1963

4:22pm

Jack Jones “And i love her”
from Greatest Hits: Jack Jones Single (Geffen 1995) —By by the Beatles, 1965

4:25pm

Jack Jones “Alfie”
from Greatest Hits: Jack Jones Single (Geffen 1995) —Late 1960s, questioning everything

4:28pm

Jack Jones “Pieces of Dreams”
from Sings Michel Legrand (RCA 1971) —Recorded September 23, 1970

4:31pm

Jack Jones “Years of My Youth”
from Sings Michel Legrand (RCA 1971) —The story of my life

4:35pm

Chris Connor “Past in the Age of Innocence”
from I Miss You So Comp (Sinetone AMR 1956) —Gimbel's first song (1951) with Moose Charlap, from the film "Rhythm Inn"

4:38pm

Peter Cincotti “Sway”
from Voices of Concord Jazz (Concord 2004) —Written in 1954 with Pablo Ruiz

4:42pm

Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim “How Insensitive (Insensatez)”
from Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (Reprise 1967) —With Jobim in 1963

4:46pm

Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim “Meditation (Meditação)”
from Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (Reprise 1967) —With Jobim in 1963

4:49pm

Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim “The Girl from Ipanema”
from Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (Reprise 1967) —Written with Jobim in 1964

4:52pm

Tony Bennet & Natalie Cole “Watch what happens”
from Duets II (Columbia 2011) —Written in 1964 with Michel LeGrand

4:54pm

Pamela Blake “I Will Wait for You”
from Two for the Road (self-produced 1997) —Written with Michel LeGrand in 1965

4:58pm

The Singers Unlimited “killing me softly with his song”
from A Capella II (MPS 1974) —Written in 1973 with Charles Fox

5:01pm

Sari Kessler “moonglow”
from Do Right (Ruby Street Music 2016) —Words by Eddie De Lange, music by Will Hudson (1934)

5:04pm

Billie Holiday “In My Solitude”
from The Ultimate Collection (Verve 2005) —Written with Duke Ellington in 1934

5:07pm

Artie Shaw & Helen Forrest “Deep in a Dream”
from Moonlight Becomes You: The Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen (ASV 2000) —A #3 hit in 1938

5:10am

Fats Waller “good for Nothin'”
from Moonlight Becomes You: The Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen (ASV 2000) —#7 hit in 1939

5:13pm

Glen Gray “Heaven Can Wait”
from Moonlight Becomes You: The Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen (ASV 2000) —#1 hit in 1939

5:16pm

Benny Goodman with Mildred Bailey “Darn That Dream”
from Moonlight Becomes You: The Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen (ASV 2000) —#1 hit in 1939

5:20pm

Glenn Miller with Ray Eberle “Shake down the Stars”
from Moonlight Becomes You: The Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen (ASV 2000) —#4 hit in 1940

5:22pm

Jimmy Dorsey with Bob Eberly “All This and Heaven, too”
from Moonlight Becomes You: The Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen (ASV 2000) —#9 hit in 1940

5:26pm

Billie Holiday “The Blues are Brewin'”
from The Ultimate Colelction (Verve 2005) —From 1946 film, "Louisiana"

5:29pm

Louis Armstrong “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?”
from Louis Armstrong: Complete RCA Victor Recordings (Remastered) (International Music Company 1961) —From 1946 Movie

5:32pm

Frank Sinatra “Just as Though You Were Here”
from The Reprise Collection (Reprise 1990) —The original recording was 1942

5:37pm

Benny Goodman and His Orchestra & Benny Goodman “Sing, Sing, Sing”
from Sing, Sing, Sing (Remastered) (Bluebird 1972) —Recorded in 1938 with Gene Krupa (born January 15, 1909)

5:45pm

Charlie Parker “Blues for Alice”
from Verve Jazz Masters 15: Charlie Parker (Verve 1988) —Featuring Kenny Clarke (born January 2, 1914)

5:48pm

Clifford Brown & Max Roach Quintet “Daahoud”
from Finest Hour: Clifford Brown (Verve 1954) —Featuring Max Roach (born January 10, 1924)

5:52pm

Duke Ellington “Jump for Joy”
from The Private Collection, Vol. 1: Studio Sessions (Chicago 1956) (Columbia 1987) —Featuring drummer Sam Woodyard (born January 7, 1925)

5:54pm

Duke Ellington “Just Scratchin' the Surface”
from The Private Collection, Vol. 1: Studio Sessions (Chicago 1956) (Columbia 1987) —Featuring Sam Woodyard

5:57pm

Chick Corea's Akoustic Band “Hackensack”
from Alive (GRP Records 1991) —Featuring drummer Dave Weckl (born January 8, 1960)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.