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Playlist for Sunday, February 1, 2004

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Art Farmer/Benny Golson—Killer Joe—1960—Meet The Jazztet—Chess
• Claudia Villela with Ricardo Peixoto—Tainá—1994—Tainá Music (Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Monday, Feb. 2, 2004, 7 and 9 pm)

• Oscar Alemán—Scartunas—1944—Swing Guitar Masterpieces, 1938-1957—Acoustic Disc
• Oscar Alemán with Wilson Myers—Russian Lullaby—1939—Swing Guitar Masterpieces, 1938-1957—Acoustic Disc
• Oscar Alemán—Just A Little Swing—1939—Swing Guitar Masterpieces, 1938-1957—Acoustic Disc
• Ismael Paz—After You’ve Gone—1936—Argentina Swing, 1936-1948—Harlequin
• Thomas Morris and his Hot Babies—Red Hot Dan—1927—VA: Collector’s Items 1922-1930—Historical Records LP

Centennial of the Birth of Joe ‘Tricky Sam’ Nanton, February 1, 1904-July 20. 1946:
• Duke Ellington And His Kentucky Club Orch—East St. Louis Toodle-O—1926—Early Ellington: The Complete Brunswick and Vocalion Recordings, 1926-1931—Decca
• Duke Ellington And His Orch—The Blues With A Feelin’—1928—The Okeh Ellington—Columbia
• Duke Ellington And His Orch—Harlem Speaks—1933—Sophisticated Lady—Trumpets Of Jazz (Germany)

• Duke Ellington And His Orch with Ivy Anderson—Troubled Waters—1934—Ivy Anderson: Her Best Recordings, 1932-1942—Best Of Jazz (France)
• Rex Steward And His Fifty-Second Street Stompers—San Juan Hill—1939—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men: Small Groups, Vol. 2—Columbia
• Duke Ellington And His Orch—Portrait Of Bert Williams—1940—Blanton-Webster Band—RCA Bluebird

• Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington And His Orch—I Ain’t Got Nothing But The Blues—1957—Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook—Verve
• Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington And His Orch—I’m Just A Lucky So And So—1957—Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook—Verve

Milt Bernhart, 1926-2004:
• Frank Sinatra with the Nelson Riddle Orch and Milt Bernhart—I’ve got You Under My Skin—1956—Songs For Swingin’ Lovers—Capitol
Billy May, 1916-2004:
• Anita O’Day with Billy May And His Orch—You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To—1959—Swings Cole Porter With Billy May--Verve
• Joe Williams and Shirley Horn—Too Good To Be True—1988—In Good Company—Verve
75th Birthday of Benny Golson, born Jan. 25, 1929:
• Benny Golson Quartet—You’re Mine—1957—Benny Golson’s New York Scene—Contemporary Records

• Tadd Dameron And His Orch, featuring Clifford Brown and Benny Golson—Choose Now—1953—Clifford Brown: Clifford Brown Memorial—Prestige LP
• Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet—Junction—1961—Blues On Down—Chess
• Benny Golson Band—Whisper Not—1957-- Benny Golson’s New York Scene—Contemporary Records
• Art Farmer/Benny Golson—Blues March—1960—Meet The Jazztet—Chess
• Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers—Are You Real—1958—Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

• Curtis Fuller Quintet—Five Spot After Dark—Blues-ette—Savoy Jazz LP
• Art Farmer/Benny Golson—Park Avenue Petite—1960—Meet The Jazztet—Chess
• Art Farmer/Benny Golson—I Remember Clifford—1960—Meet The Jazztet—Chess

• Dewey Redman—Look For The Black Star—1966—Look For the Black Star—Arista LP

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