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Playlist for Sunday, December 7, 2003

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Gonzalo Rubalcaba Trio—Here, There and Everywhere—1992—Suite 4 Y 20—Blue Note
• Gonzalo Rubalcaba Trio—Woody ‘N You—1993—Diz—Blue Note (Kuumbwa Jazz Center, December 8, 2003, 7 and 9 pm)
• Dexter Gordon—Sweet And Lovely—1947—The Complete Savoy And Dial Master Takes—Definitive Records
• Dodo Marmarosa—Tone Paintings II—prob. 1947—Up In Dodo’s Room: The Dial Sessions: 1946-1947—Jazz Classics
• Dodo Marmarosa—Deep Purple—1946—Up In Dodo’s Room: The Dial Sessions: 1946-1947—Jazz Classics
• Teddy Wilson Orch—I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me—1937—Hot Lips Page: Jump For Joy—Columbia
• Louis Prima and his New Orleans Gang—It’s The Rhythm In Me—1934—Vol. 1 (1934-35)—JSP (England)

    Teddy Hill, Tenor Saxophonist, Bandleader and Manager of Minton’s Playhouse, born this day in 1929:
• Luis Russell and his Orch—Song Of The Swannee—1930—1929-1930—JSP (England)
• Luis Russell and his Orch—The Call Of the Freaks—1929—1929-1930—JSP (England)
• Henry Allen and his New York Orch—Feeling Drowsy—1929—Vol. 2—JSP (England)
• Louis Armstrong and his Orch—Song Of the Islands—1930—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia Legacy
• Henry Allen and his New York Orch—Swing Out—1929—Vol. 2—JSP
• Teddy Hill and his Orch—(Lookie, Lookie, Lookie) Here Comes Cookie—1935—Roy Eldridge: Little Jazz—Columbia
• Teddy Hill and his Orch—Uptown Rhapsody—1936—Swing Time! (1925-1955)—Columbia
• Teddy Hill and his NBC Orch—Blue Rhythm Fantasy—1937—Birth Of Be-Bop (Wichita – New York 1940/1945)—Fremeaux
• Dizzy Gillespie and his Orch—Blue ‘N’ Boogie—1945—Groovin’ High: Classic Recordings 1942-1949—Naxos Jazz
• Minton’s Playhouse Band, featuring Charlie Christian—Up On Teddy’s Hill—1941—Birth Of Be-Bop (Wichita – New York 1940/1945)—Fremeaux

• Tiny Grimes Quintet—Redcross—1944—Birth Of Be-Bop (Wichita – New York 1940/1945)—Fremeaux
• Cootie Williams Sextet—Floogie Boo—1944—Birth Of Be-Bop (Wichita – New York 1940/1945)—Fremeaux
• Dizzy Gillespie/Sonny Still, etc.—Groovin’ High—1975—The Bop Session—Gazell LP
• Sonny Clark Trio—Softly As In A Morning Sunrise—1957—Sonny Clark Trio—Blue Note
• Sam Jones and Co.—Thumbstring—1962—Down Home—Riverside
• Arthur Blythe—Equinox—2002—Exhale—Savant
• Roland Guerin—Alone Together—2003—Groove, Swing & Harmony—
• Todd Sickafoose Group—Dogs Outside—1999—Dogs Outside—Evander Music, San Francisco, CA)
• Dave Douglas’ Tiny Bell Trio—Les Croquants—1995—Constellations—Hat Hut Records
• Connie Evingson—For No One—2003—Let It Be Jazz: Sings The Beatles—Summit Records

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