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Playlist for Sunday, October 10, 2004

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• David Sánchez—Ill Wind—2001—Traves?a—Columbia (David Sánchez will perform at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Monday, Oct. 18, 7 pm)
• John Scofield—Bedside Manner—1996—Quiet—Verve (John Scolfield will perform at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Monday, Oct. 11, 7  and 9 pm)

Thelonious Monk born this day, Oct. 10, 1917:
• Thelonious Monk Quartet—Just You, Just Me—1964—Monk—Columbia LP
• Thelonious Monk—I Hadn’t Anyone Till You—1964/65—Solo Monk Columbia
• Thelonious Monk—Dinah—1964/65—Solo Monk Columbia

• Lonnie Johnson with Elmer Snowden—Careless Love—1960—Blues, Ballads, and Jumpin’ Jazz, Vol. 2—Original Blues Classics
• Teddy Wilson—You Took Advantage Of Me—1946—Sunny Morning—Musicraft LP
• Maxine Sullivan and her Orch—Blue Skies—1937—It’s Wonderful—Affinity
• Teddy Wilson— Sunny Morning —1946—Sunny Morning—Musicraft LP

Anticipating the Colman Hawkins Centennial, born Nov. 21, 1904:
• Coleman Hawkins with Red McKenzie and his Mound City Blue Blowers—One Hour—1929—Heartbreak Blues—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins and Buck Washington—It Sends Me—1934-- Heartbreak Blues—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins with Henry Red Allen and a Small Group—The Day You Came Along—1933—Heartbreak Blues—Past Perfect (Germany)
• Coleman Hawkins with Henry Red Allen and a Small Group—Heartbreak Blues—1933—Heartbreak Blues—Past Perfect (Germany)

Lonnnie Johnson Set (by request):
• Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson—Deep Minor Rhythm—1929—Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson—Swaggie LP
• Blind Willie Dunn’s Gin Bottle Four—Blue Blood Blues—1929—Blue Guitars—Parlophone LP
• Eddie Lang and Lonnie Johnson—Blue Guitars—1929—Eddie Lang—Yazoo LP
• Lonnie Johnson with Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Savoy Blues—1927—Louis Armstrong: Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia Legacy
• Lonnie Johnson—Lazy Mood—1967—The Complete Folkways Records—Smithsonian Folkways
• Lonnie Johnson—Moaning Blues—1960—Losing Game—Prestige LP
• Lonnie Johnson with Elmer Snowden—Stormy Weather (Take 2)—1960—Blues, Ballads, and Jumpin’ Jazz, Vol. 2—Original Blues Classics
• Lonnie Johnson—What A Difference A Day Makes—1960—Losing Game—Prestige LP

• Madeleine Peyroux—Reckless Blues—1996—Dreamland—Atlantic  (Madeleine Peyroux will perform at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 7 pm)
• Lionel Hampton and his Orch—Hamp’s Boogie Woogie—1944—Flying Home—Decca Jazz

Vernon Alley, San Francisco, CA, bassist, 1915-2004:
• Vernon Alley with Lionel Hampton and his Septet—I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me—1942—Flying Home—Decca Jazz
• Vernon Alley with Jimmy Witherspoon and an All Star Group at the Monterey Jazz Festival—Ain’t Nobody’s Business If I Do—1959—The ‘Spoon Concerts—Fantasy LP

• Phil Woods—The Quintessence—2004—This Is How I Feel About Qunicy—Jazzed Media
• Chad Lawson Trio—Unforeseen—2004—Unforeseen—Summit
• Marty Cook—Balkan Blues—2000—Fractal Gumbo—Tutu
• Medeski Martin & Wood—Mami Gato—2004—End Of The World Party (Just In Case)—Blue Note

• Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and his Orch—Who Walks In When I Walk Out—1934—VA: Swing Time!—Columbia

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