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Playlist for Wednesday, October 31, 2007
  Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label
• Ct. Basie Orch, with Neal Hefti—Li’l Darlin’—1957—The Complete Atomic Basie—Roulette
• Joe Lovano—Don’t Blame Me—2003—I’m All For You—Blue Note (Kuumbwa Jazz Center this Monday, Nov. 5th)

• John Hicks—Sweet And Lovely—2003—Fatha’s Day: An Earl Hines Songbook—High Note
• Steve Czarnecki’s Soul/Jazz Quintet—When Will I Know—2001— Soul Rendezvous—Piano Man/ (Quintet fea. Nate Pruit, tomorrow, Thurs., Nov. 1st Kuumbwa Jazz Center)

• Steve Czarnecki’s Soul/Jazz Quintet—Youngtown—2001—Soul Rendezvous—Piano Man/
• The Carl Saunders Exploration—Primrose—2007—The Lost Bill Holman Charts—MAMA Records

Monday was the Composer/Arranger Neal Hefti’s 85th Birthday (b. Oct. 29, 1922):
• Ct. Basie And His Orch, fea. Frank Wess & Frank Foster—Two For The Blues—1954—Sixteen Men Swinging—Verve LP
• Ct. Basie And His Orch—Cute—The Best Of Count Basie: The Roulette Years—Roulette
• Ct. Basie Orch—Midnite Blue—1957—The Complete Atomic Basie—Roulette

• Ct. Basie Orch—Fantail—1957—The Complete Atomic Basie—Roulette
• Ct. Basie Orch, fea. Eddie ‘Lockjaw' Davis—After Supper—1957—The Complete Atomic Basie—Roulette
• Ct. Basie Orch—Duet—1957—The Complete Atomic Basie—Roulette
• Mark Murphy—Li’l Darlin’—1961—Rah!—Riverside LP

• Lambert, Hendricks & Ross—Two For The Blues—1957—Sing A Song Of Basie—Impulse
• Scott Willis—“Talkin’ Jazz” feature on Annie Ross—
• Lambert, Hendricks & Ross—Halloween Spooks—1961—The Hottest New Group In Jazz—Columbia
• Philly Joe Jones—Blues For Dracula—1958—Blues For Dracula—Riverside LP

• Roy Haynes/Phineas Newborn/Paul Chambers—Reflection—1958—New Jazz
• Rob Lockart—All Or Nothing At All—2006—Parallel Lines—Origin Records
• Jonathan Kreisberg—The Best Thing For You—2007—The South Of Everywhere—MelBay

The 80th Anniversary of the Birth of the Tenor Saxophonist Warne Marsh (Oct. 26, 1927-Dec. 18, 1987) was last Friday:
• Warne Marsh and Sal Mosca—The Hard Way—1979—How Deep, How High—Discovery Records LP
• Warne Marsh and Sal Mosca—Noteworthy—1979—How Deep, How High—Discovery Records LP
• Warne Marsh and Sal Mosca—Finishing Touch—1979—How Deep, How High—Discovery Records LP
• Warne Marsh and Sal Mosca—How Deep, How Hight—1979—How Deep, How High—Discovery Records LP

• Charles Mingus Sextet with Eric Dolphy—Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk—1964—Cornell 1964—Blue Note
• Slow Poke—Harvest—2006—At Home—Palmetto

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