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Playlist for Sunday, August 29, 2004

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Charlie Haden—De Siempre (Forever)—2003—Land Of The Sun—Verve

• Paul Desmond Quartet—Bossa Antigua—1964—Lemme Tell Ya ‘Bout Desmond—Label M
• Dieguito “El Cigala” and Bebo Valdés—Inolvidable—2002—Bebo & Cigala: Lágrimas Negras—Calle 54 Records
• Eddie Palmieri—Grandpa Semi-Tone Blues—2003—Ritmo Caliente—Concord Picante (Eddie Palmieri y la Perfecta II will perform Monday, August 30, at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center)
• Joe Craven—Minor Swing—2004—Django Latino—Crow Art Records

• Claudia Villela and Ricardo Peixoto —Ima—2003—Inverse Universe—Adventure Music (Claudia Villela and Ricardo Peixoto with Brazilian guitar legend Guinga will perform Wednesday, September 1, at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center)
• John Jorgenson—FA Swing (alternate version)—2004—Franco-American Swing—FGM Records
• The Cats & The Fiddle—Blue Skies—1941—Hep Cats Swing—Dee-Jay Jamboree Records (Germany)

Centennial of Jess Stacy, born August 11, 1904:
• Lionel Hampton Small Group—On The Sunny Side Of The Street—1937—The Complete Lionel Hampton 1937-1941—Bluebird LP
• Lionel Hampton Small Group—Rhythm Rhythm—1937—The Complete Lionel Hampton 1937-1941—Bluebird LP
• Lionel Hampton Small Group—After You’ve Gone—1938—The Complete Lionel Hampton 1937-1941—Bluebird LP

• Benny Goodman Orch, featuring Jess Stacy--excerpt from “Sing, Sing, Sing”—1938—At Carnegie  Hall-1938—Columbia
• Benny Goodman Quartet—Opus 34--1939—Avalon-The Small Bands, Vol. 2 (1937-39)--Bluebird
• Lionel Hampton Small Group—Buzzin’ Around With The Bee—1937—The Complete Lionel Hampton 1937-1941—Bluebird LP
• Jess Stacy—Complainin’—1939—Jess Stacy And Friends—Commodore

Charlie Parker, born this day, August 29, in 1920:
• Charlie Parker Quintet—The Gypsy—1946—The Legendary Dial Masters, Vol. 1--Stash
• Charlie Parker Quartet, with Erroll Garner—Bird’s Next—1947—The Legendary Dial Masters, Vol. 1--Stash
• Charlie Parker Quartet, with Erroll Garner —Cool Blues—1947—The Legendary Dial Masters, Vol. 1—Stash

Dinah Washington, born 80 years ago this day, August 29, 1924:
• Dinah Washington with Arnett Cobb—Salty Papa Blues—1946— The Dinah Washington Story/First Issue--Mercury
• Dinah Washington with the Tab Smith Orch—Postman Blues—1946—The Dinah Washington Story/First Issue—Mercury
• Dinah Washington with Cootie Williams and his Orch, featuring Mundell Lowe—(What Can I Say Dear) After I Say I’m Sorry?—1947—The Dinah Washington Story/First Issue—Mercury
• Dinah Washington—Blue Skies—1954—The Dinah Washington Story/First Issue—Mercury

• Kenny Barron and Regina Carter—Fragile—2000—Freefall—Verve (Regina Carter is the Artist In Residence and will perform at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Sept. 17-19, 2004)
• Geri Allen/Dave Holland/Jack De Johnette—LWB’s House (The Remix)—2004—The Life Of A Song—Verve
• Betty Carter with Dave Holland —All Or Nothing At All—1993—Feed The Fire—Verve

• Scott Robinson—Lazy ‘Sippi Steamer Going Home—2002—Jazz Ambassador: Plays Compositions of Armstrong –Arbors
• Bing Crosby with Bob Scobey’s Frisco Jazz Band—Mama Loves Papa—1957—Bing With A Beat--Bluebird

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