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Sunday Jazz (Music)

Sun Jul 22nd 2018 1.00pm–4.00pm

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: central

3:55pm

Bill Evans, piano; Scott LaFaro, bass; Paul Motian, drums “Come Rain or Come Shine”
composed by Arlen-Mercer
from Portrait in Jazz: Bill Evans Trio (riverside)

3:39pm

Beegie Adair, piano; Roger Spencer, bass; Chris Brown, drums “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”
composed by Goffin/King
from Save the Last Dance for Me (Green Hill)

3:28pm

The Howard Williams Big Band; Jan Findlay, vocals “Strange Feeling”
composed by Ellington/Strayhorn
from Live at the Garage (HW Records)

3:25pm

Jorge Drexler “Se va, se va, se fue”
composed by Sidran, Drexler
from Eco (Warner Music Latina)

3:14pm

Jim Cullum Jazz Band “Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland”
composed by Friedman
from American Love Songs (Riverwalk Jazz)

3:11pm

Jim Cullum Jazz Band, Carol Woods, vocals “What a Little Moonlight Can Do”
composed by Harry M. Woods
from American Love Songs (Riverwalk Jazz)

3:03pm

Dave Brubeck Quartet “La Paloma Azul”
composed by Trad., arr. Dave Brubeck
from Time Signatures: A Career Retrospective (Columbia/Legacy)

2:42pm

Swimming Pool Blue, Ann Sweeney, vocals “Four a.m.”
composed by Tommy Sweeney
from Leaded Fiesta (SPB)

2:29pm

Kenny Barron, piano “But Beautiful”
composed by Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen
from Frank Morgan: You Must Believe in Spring (Antilles)

2:20pm

The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra; Eleanor Russell, vocals “Don't Worry 'Bout Me”
composed by Rube Bloom and Ted Koehler
from Live at the Edgewater (Jerden/Sonic Foundry)

2:17pm

The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra live Aug 4, 1952 “Perfidia”
composed by Alberto Domínguez
from Live at the Edgewater (Jerden/Sonic Foundry)

2:13pm

Woody Herman and His New Third Herd “Stars Fell on Alabama”
composed by Frank Perkins and Mitchell Parish
from Live at the Edgewater (Jerden/Sonic Foundry)

2:09pm

Woody Herman and His New Third Herd “Woodchopper's Ball”
composed by Joe Bishop and Woody Herman
from Live at Edgewater (Jerden/Sonic Foundry)

1:58pm

Regina Carter, violin “Cinema Paradiso”
composed by Ennio Morricone
from Paganini: After a Dream (Verve)

1:36pm

Ahmad Jamal Trio “Music! Music! Music! (Put Another Nickel In)”
composed by Stephen Weiss and Bernie Baum
from Cross Country Tour 1958-1961 (MCA/GRP/Chess)

1:34pm

Ahmad Jamad Trio “Surry with the Fringe on Top”
composed by Richard Rodgers
from Cross Country Tour: 1958-1961 (MCA/GRP/Chess)

1:31pm

Ahmad Jamal Trio “Billy Boy”
composed by Trad.
from Cross Country Tour: 1958-1961 (MCA/GRP/Chess)

1:25pm

Juliann Kuchocki, vocals “Hit Me With a High Note”
composed by Duke Ellington, Don George
from Juliann Kuchocki: Don't Explain (not listed)

1:22pm

Juliann Kuchocki, vocals “If I Move You”
composed by Jen Frankel
from Juliann Kuchocki: Don't Explain (not listed)

1:12pm

Regina Carter, violin “Don't Mess with Mr. T.”
composed by Marvin Gaye
from Motor City Moments (Verve)

1:09pm

Regina Carter, violin “Chattanooga Choo Choo”
composed by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon
from Motor City Moments (Verve)


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