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Playlist for Sunday, November 7, 2004

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Golden Gate Quartet—My Walking Stick—1939—Travelin’ Shoes—Bluebird
• Lionel Hampton Small Group (including Coleman Hawkins, who was born Nov. 21, 1904)—Singin’ The Blues Till My Daddy Comes Home—1939—The Complete Lionel Hampton, 1937-1941—RCA Bluebird LP
• Golden Gate Quartet—Dipsy Doodle—1938—Travelin’ Shoes—Bluebird

• Golden Gate Quartet—Let That Liar Alone—1938—Travelin’ Shoes—Bluebird
• Golden Gate Quartet—Motherless Child—1938—Travelin’ Shoes—Bluebird

Swing jazz pianist Joe Bushkin, passed away on 11/3/04 at age 87:
• Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, incl. Joe Bushkin—Lonesome Road—1939—The “Ragtime Band” Session—Bluebird
• Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, incl. Joe Bushkin—(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue—1939—The “Ragtime Band” Session—Bluebird
• Lee Wiley with Joe Bushkin and his Orch—You Took Advantage Of Me—1940—Sings The Songs Of Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart And Harold Arlen—Audiophile
•  Muggsy Spanier and his Ragtime Band, incl. Joe Bushkin—Relaxin’ At The Touro—1939—The “Ragtime Band” Session—Bluebird

• The Kansas City Six, incl. Joe Bushkin—Four O’Clock Drag—1944—Lester Young: The “Kansas City” Sessions—Commodore
• Billie Holiday and her Orch, incl. Joe Bushkin—No Regrets—1936—The Quintessential, v. 2—Columbia
• Billie Holiday and her Orch, incl. Joe Bushkin—Did I Remember?—1936—The Quintessential, v. 2--Columbia
• Billie Holiday and her Orch, incl. Joe Bushkin—Summertime—1936—The Quintessential, v. 2--Columbia
• Benny Goodman Sextet, incl. Joe Bushkin—Honeysuckle Rose—1946—Slipped Disc, 1945-146—Columbia
• Benny Goodman Sextet, incl. Joe Bushkin—I’ll Always Be In Love With You—1946—Slipped Disc, 1945-146--Columbia
• Eddie Condon and His Band, incl. Joe Bushkin—Sunday—1938—Pee Wee Russell: The Land Of Jazz—Topaz Jazz

A request and a brief interlude during Joe Bushkin Memorial:
• Nat King Cole Trio—Is You Is, Or Is You Ain’t My Baby—1944/45—The Trio Recordings, Vol. 2—LaserLight

• The Kansas City Six, incl. Joe Bushkin—Four O’Clock Drag—1944—Lester Young: The “Kansas City” Sessions—Commodore
• The Kansas City Six, incl. Joe Bushkin—Jo Jo—1944—Lester Young: The “Kansas City” Sessions—Commodore
• Hank Jones—Oh! Look At Me Now—1991—Live At The Maybeck Recital Hall—Concord
• Nancy Wilson with the Hank Jones Quartet—Oh! Look At Me Now—1969—Ballads, Blues & Big Bands—Capitol

• Lionel Hampton Small Group, incl. Jess Stacy—You’re My Ideal—1938—The Complete Lionel Hampton, 1937-1941—RCA Bluebird LP
• Lionel Hampton Small Group, incl. Jess Stacy—The Sun Will Shine Tonight—1938—The Complete Lionel Hampton, 1937-1941—RCA Bluebird LP

• Bud Shank—Cotton Blossom—1984—This Bud’s For You—32 Jazz
• Phil Woods Quartet—All Bird’s Children—1990—All Bird’s Children—Concord (the Bud Shank Quartet with Special Guest Phil Woods will play at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center,  Monday, Nov. 8th, 7 & 9 pm)
• Billy Bang Quartet—Holiday For Flowers—1998—Valve No. 10—Soul Note (the Billy Bang Quartet will play at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Thurs., Nov. 11th, 7  pm

West Coast and Bop pianist Pete Jolly, passed away on 11/6/04 at age 72:
• Arni Egilsson, with Pete Jolly—Stella By Starlight—1996—Basses Loaded—Cambria
• Art Pepper Quintet, with Pete Jolly—Tears Inside—1962—Smack Up—Contemporary LP
• Art Pepper And The Hollywood All-Stars, incl. Pete Jolly—Night And Day—1980—Art Standards—Galaxy

Coleman Hawkins’ Centennial, born Nov. 21, 1904:
• Coleman Hawkins—On My Way—1962—Dali—Stash

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