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Playlist for Sunday, March 6, 2005

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Louis Armstrong and his Orch—Song Of The Islands—1930—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia

• Louis Armstrong and his Orch—Knockin’ A Jug—1929—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man--Columbia
• Louis Armstrong and his Orch—I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me—1930—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia

• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Jeep’s Blues—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2, 1938-1939—Columbia Masterpieces
• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Rendezvous With Rhythm—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2, 1938-1939—Columbia Masterpieces
• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Pyramid—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2, 1938-1939—Columbia Masterpieces
• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Jitterbug’s Lullaby—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2, 1938-1939—Columbia Masterpieces
• Cootie Williams and his Rug Cutters—Swing Pan Alley—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2, 1938-1939—Columbia Masterpieces

• Kevin Mahogany—Don’t Get Around Much Anymore—2004?—Big Band—Mahogany Jazz
• Kevin Mahogany—One For My Baby—2004?—Big Band—Mahogany Jazz
• Monty Alexander—Runnin’ Away—2004—Live At The Iridium—Telarc

• Pat Martino—Impressions—1974—Head And Heart: Consciousness/Live!—32 Jazz (the Pat Martino Quartet “Tribute To Wes Montgomery” is at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Monday, Mar. 7th, starting at 7 and 9 pm)

Today is the 80th Anniversary of the Birth of Wes Mongomery, born March 6, 1925:
• Wes Montgomery—Groove Yard—1961—The Best Of Wes Montgomery—Riverside
• Wes Montgomery—One For My Baby (And One More for The Road)—1961—The Best Of Wes Montgomery—Riverside

• Michel Camilo—Our Love Is Here To Stay—2004—Solo—Telarc

• Lester Young Quartet—Sometimes I’m Happy, alt. take—1943—The Complete Lester Young On Keynote—Mercury
• The Kansas City Seven—Six Cats And A Prince, 1st take—1944—The Complete Lester Young On Keynote—Mercury
• Serge Chaloff—The Most—1949—A Proper Introduction To Serge Chaloff: The Baritone Sax Master—Proper

• Shorty Rogers And His Giants—Martian’s Lullaby—1957—Portrait Of Shorty—RCA
• Wes Montgomery—Yesterday’s Child—1963—Dangerous—Milestone
• Wes Montgomery and Jimmy Smith—James And Wes—1966—West Montgomery: The Verve Jazz Sides—Verve
• Wes Montgomery with Don Sebesky’s Orch—Sun Down—1966—The Verve Jazz Sides—Verve (dedicated to the memory of longtime KUSP jazz programmer Leon Allen, who used this as the theme of his show “The Jazz Kitchen”)

• Dave Holland Big Band—Last Minute Man—2005—Overtime—Dare2 Records/Sunnyside
• Buyu Ambroise—Kote Moun Yo—2004—Blues In Red—Justin Time
• The Lost Trio—Hornin’ In—2002—Boxcar Samovar—Evander Music
• Todd Sickafoose Group—Dogs Outside—1999—Dogs Outside—Evander Music

• Dave Douglas—Encore: All Is Forgiven—2004—Mountain Passages—Greenleaf Music

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