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Playlist for Sunday, March 13, 2005

 Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Susan and Denny Berthiaume—The Very Thought Of You—2003?—Love On Track—Flying Rabbit (Felton, CA)

• Mike Stern with Pat Martino—Ayako—1996—Pat Martino: All Sides Now—Blue Note (the Mike Stern Band featuring Richard Bona, Terri Lyne Carrington & Bob Francescini will be at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center on Monday, Mar. 21st, starting at 7 and 9 pm)

• Sarah Vaughan with Roy Haynes—Shulie A Bop—1954—Swingin’ Easy—EmArcy/Trip LP

• Charlie Parker Quartet, incl. Roy Haynes—I’ll Walk Alone—1953—Charlie Parker At Storyville—Blue Note LP (Charlie Parker died 50 years ago yesterday, March 12, 1955)
• Miles Davis Quartet, incl. Roy Haynes—Blue Room (take 2)—1951—Chronicle: The Complete Prestige Recordings—Prestige

• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Uptown Blues—1939—It’s The Way That You Swing It--Jasmine
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch, with Trummy Young, vocal—I Got It—1940—It’s The Way That You Swing It—Jasmine
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch, with Trummy Young, vocal —Margie—1938—It’s The Way That You Swing It--Jasmine
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Hell’s Bells—1937—It’s The Way That You Swing It—Jasmine
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Since My Best Girl Turned Me Down—1934—Stomp It Off—Decca

• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Pigeon Walk—1937—It’s The Way That You Swing It—Jasmine
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Organ Grinder’s Swing—1936—It’s The Way That You Swing It—Jasmine
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Cheatin’ On Me—1939—His Best Recordings 1934-39—Best Of Jazz (France)
• Jimmie Lunceford and his Orch—Frisco Fog—1937—It’s The Way That You Swing It—Jasmine
• Arnett Cobb and his Orch—Dutch Kitchen Bounce—1947—A Proper Introduction To Arnett Cobb: The Wild Man From Texas—Proper

Happy Birthday, drummer Roy Haynes, born 80 years ago today, March 13, 1925:
• Wardell Gray—Twisted—1949—Complete Sunset and New Jazz Masters—Jazz Factory
• Stan Getz Quartet—On The Alamo (alt. take)—1950—The Roost Quartets—Roulette Jazz
• Charlie Parker Quintet—Ko Ko—1949—The Charlie Parker Collection, vol. 2—Stash

• Lester Young—Easy Does It—1947—The Complete Aladdin Recordings  Of Lester Young—Blue Note
• Bud Powell—Bouncing With Bud—1949—The Amazing Bud Powell, Vol. 1—Blue Note
• Miles Davis—Morpheus—1951—Chronicle: The Complete Prestige Recordings—Prestige
• Sonny Rollins—I Know—1951—Miles Davis: Chronicle: The Complete Prestige Recordings—Prestige

• Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown and Roy Haynes—Lullaby Of Birdland—1954—Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown—EmArcy
• Thelonious Monk—Rhythm-A-Ning—1958—Thelonious In Action—Riverside
• Roy Haynes (drum solo)—Shades Of Senegal 2—2002—Love Letters—Columbia
• Booker Little—Bee Tee’s Minor Plea—1960—Booker Little—Bainbridge/Time
• Etta Jones—Bye Bye Blackbird—1960—Don’t Go To Strangers—Prestige

• Roy Haynes Quartet—Snap Crackle—1962—Out Of The Afternoon—Impulse
• Etta Jones—If I Had You—1960—Don’t Go To Strangers—Prestige
• Roy Haynes Quartet—The Long Wharf—1962—Out Of The Afternoon—Impulse
• Roy Haynes Trio—Folk Song—1999—Roy Haynes Trio Featuring Danilo Perez and John Patitucci—Verve

• Roy Haynes—Que Pasa—2002—Love Letters—Columbia

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