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Playlist for Sunday, April 9, 2006

Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label:
• Etta Jones—Bye Bye Blackbird—1960—Don’t Go To Strangers—Prestige/Original Jazz Classics
• Roy Haynes—How Deep Is The Ocean—2002—Love Letters—Columbia

• Cedar Walton/Ron Carter/Billy Higgins (Sweet Basil Trio)—Memories Of You—1991—My Funny Valentine—Evidence
• Etta Jones—Gee Baby Ain’t I Good To You—1992—Lonely And Blue—Prestige/Original Jazz Classics
Centennial of the Birth of the Tenor Saxophonist Bud Freeman, born April 13, 1906 :
• Bud Freeman with the World’s Greatest Jazzband (Yank Lawson and Bob Haggart)—That D Minor Thing—1970—Live—Atlantic Jazz

• Eddie Condon and his Orch featuring Bud Freeman—Twilight—1933—Alex Hill: Ain’t It Nice--Timeless
• Eddie Condon and his Orch—The Eel—1933—Alex Hill: Ain’t It Nice—Timeless

• Wingy Manone and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings—Never Had No Lovin’—1934—The Wingy Manone Collection, Vol. 2, 1934—Collector’s Classic
• Gene Gifford and his Orch—New Orleans Twist—1935—VA: Swing Is Here: Small Band Swing 1935-1939—Bluebird
• Bud Freeman and his Windy City Five—The Buzzard—1935—VA: Swing Groups—Robert Parker/ABC Records
• Mezz Mezzrow Swing Band—Lost—1936—Frank Newton—Jasmine
• Mezz Mezzrow Swing Band—Mutiny In The Parlor—1936—Frank Newton—Jasmine

• Bud Freeman and his Gang—Life Spears A Jitterbug—1938—Pee Wee Russell: The Land Of Jazz—Topaz Jazz
• Bud Freeman Trio—Blue Room—1938—VA: The Commodore Story—Commodore
• Eddie Condon’s Windy City Seven—Embraceable You—1938—Pee Wee Russell: Jazz Original—Commodore

• Duke Ellington—Kinda Dukish—1963—The Great Paris Concert--Atlantic
• Duke Ellington—Rockin’ In Rhythm—1963—The Great Paris Concert--Atlantic
• Duke Ellington—Suite Thursday: In Four Movements—1963—The Great Paris Concert—Atlantic (written for and premiered at the 1960 Monterey Jazz Festival with John Steinbeck’s novel Sweet Thursday as an inspiration)

• Robert Glasper—Rise & Shine—2005—Canvas—Blue Note (the Robert Glasper Trio will be at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center this Monday, April 9th, starting at 7 pm)
• Michael Moore Quintet—Here, Right Now—2005—Osiris—Ranboy
• Donny McCaslin—Hero As Boy—2005—Soar—Sunnyside

• Jimmy Cobb—Tell Me—2005—Marsalis Music Honors Jimmy Cobb—Marsalis Music
• Gianluca Petrella Quartet—Lazy Moon—2004—Indigo 4—Blue Note
• Peter Madsen—Three-four vs. six eight Four-Four Ways—2005—Prevue Of Tomorrow—Playscape
• Robert Glasper—Chant—2005—Canvas—Blue Note

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