Jazz on Sunday Evenings, 9:30-Midnight
Listen to Jazz on KUSP Sunday-Thurs. 9:30 to Midnight
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Playlist for Sunday, September 4, 2005

Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
Harry Connick, Jr. and Branford Marsalis—Chanson Du Vieux Carré—2005—Harry Connick, Jr.: Occasion—Marsalis Music/Rounder
• Hank Jones Trio—Queen Of Hearts—2004—For My Father—Justin Time

• Randy Sandke and the Inside Out Band—Ganjam—2005—Outside In—Evening Star
• Stuff Smith Trio—Perdido—1945—VA: Town Hall Concert 1945—Commodore

The Centennial of the Birth of Pianist, Meade Lux Lewis, Sept. 4, 1905-June 7, 1964:
• Meade Lux Lewis—The Blues, Part Three—1939—Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis: The First Day—Blue Note
• Meade Lux Lewis—Blues Whistle—1944—VA: Hot Jazz On Blue Note—Blue Note
• Meade Lux Lewis featured on celeste in Edmond Hall’s Celeste Quartet—Profoundly Blue—1941—VA: A Decade Of Jazz, Vol. One 1939-1949—Blue Note LP

Brief Celebration of the Rich Jazz Tradition of New Orleans and the Delta:
• Buddy Hacket and his Orch—New Orleans—1944—VA: The Commodore Story—Commodore
• Jelly Roll Morton—New Orleans Bump—1929—vol. 2—JSP
• Jelly Roll Morton—Ponchatrain—1930—Vol. 3—JSP
• Bessie Smith and James P. Johnson—Back Water Blues—1927—The Complete Bessie Smith, Vol. 3—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Basin Street Blues—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five—Mahogany Hall Stomp—1929—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man—Columbia
• Cootie Williams and his Rug Cutters—Mobile Blues—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2—Columbia
• Duke Ellington and his Orch—Blues For New Orleans—1970—New Orleans Suite--Atlantic LP
• Cootie Williams and his Rug Cutters—Delta Mood—1938—Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Men, Vol. 2—Columbia

• Sonny Rollins—Charles M—2000—This Is What I Do—Milestone (Sonny Rollins’ 75th Birthday (born Sept. 7, 1930) will be celebrated on KUSP’s Giant Steps this Wednesday, 9:30 pm to Midnight) (Sonny Rollins is a headliner at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Sept. 16th. KUSP will bring you Main Stage performances Sept. 16-18) (no streaming)

• Alex Candelaria Quartet—Jeannine—2003—Yeahway—Evander
• Frank Morgan—Footprints—2003—Raising the Standard: Live At The Jazz Standard, Vol.2—High Note
• Sheila Jordan and Cameron Brown—Better Than Anything—2000—I’ve Grown Accustomed To The Bass—High Note
• Mingus Big band—Tensions—2004—I Am Three—Sue Mingus Music/Sunnyside

• Dr. John—Sweet Home New Orleans—1998—The Best Of The Parlophone Years—Blue Note
• Randy Newman—Louisiana 1927—1974—Good Old Boys—Reprise

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