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Hosted by Mike Lambert
Playlist for Sunday, July 1, 2007

  Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label
• Charlie Haden and the Liberation Music Orchestra—We Shall Overcome—1962—Liberation Music Orchestra—Impulse
• René Marie—Dixie (from Dixie/Strange Fruit)—2001—Vertigo—MaxJazz
• Jacky Terrason—America The Beautiful—2006—Mirror—Blue Note

• Sylvia Cuenca/Kyle Koehler/Dave Stryker—It’s Easy To Remember—2002—Exit 13—Etoile Records (Sylvia Cuenca Quartet featuring Bruce Forman Kuumbwa Jazz Center Thurs., July 12th)
• Marc Cary—Taiwa—2006—Focus—Motéma (Marc Cary and the Focus Trio Kuumbwa Jazz Center Monday, July 16th)
• Johnny Hartman, incl. Howard McGhee—I See Your Face Before Me—1955—Songs From The Heart—Bethlehem/Charly
• Johnny Hartman, incl. Howard McGhee—What Is There To Say?—1955—Songs From The Heart—Bethlehem/Charly

• Richie Cole—Peg Of My Heart—1981—The Man With The Horn—Jazz Excursion
• Bob French, incl. Branford Marsalis—Burgundy Street Blues—2006—Marsalis Music Honors Bob French—Marsalis/Rounder
• Preservation Hall Jazz Band—Indy Blues—New Orleans, Vol. II—CBS (Kuumbwa Jazz Center tomorrow, Monday, July 2nd)

• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—West End Blues—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—Two Deuces—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—Skid-Dat-De-Dat—1926—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—Heebie Jeebies—1926—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—Savoy Blues—1927—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia

• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—Muggles—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five—Basin Street Blues—1928—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia
• Louis Armstrong And His Orch—Song Of The Islands—1930—Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man 1923-1934—Columbia

• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Sweet Lorraine—1950—Coleman Hawkins/Johnny Hodges In Paris—Disque Vogue
• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Wishing And Waiting—1950—Coleman Hawkins/Johnny Hodges In Paris—Disque Vogue
• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—That’s Grand—1950—Coleman Hawkins/Johnny Hodges In Paris—Disque Vogue
• Johnny Hodges and his Orch—Run About—1950—Coleman Hawkins/Johnny Hodges In Paris—Disque Vogue

Bill Barber, one of the 1st musicians to play modern jazz on the tuba, died recently at age 87 (May 21, 1920-June 18, 2007):
• Miles Davis—Moon Dreams—1950—The Complete Birth Of The Cool Sessions--Capitol
• Miles Davis—Boplicity—1949—The Complete Birth Of The Cool Sessions--Capitol
• Miles Davis—Budo—1949—The Complete Birth Of The Cool Sessions—Capitol

• Miles Davis—Will O’ The Wisp—1960—Sketches Of Spain—Columbia
• John Coltrane—The Damned Don’t Cry—1961—The Complete Africa/Brass Sessions—Impulse
• John Coltrane—Blues Minor—1961—The Complete Africa/Brass Sessions—Impulse

• Ken Field—Om On The Range—2005—Under The Skin—Innova
• Bob Mintzer/Gil Goldstein—Everything Happens To Me—1995—Longing—Owl/Sunnyside

• Squirrel Nut Zippers—Memphis Exorcism—1995—Hot—Mammoth (The Catalyst, this Friday, July 6th)
• Squirrel Nut Zippers—It Ain’t You—1995—Hot—Mammoth
• Squirrel Nut Zippers—Put A Lid On It—1995—Hot—Mammoth

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