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Hosted by Mike Lambert
Playlist for Wednesday, December 19, 2007
  Artist—Song—Recording Date—Album—Label
• Carla Bley—Liver Of Life—2007—The Lost Chords Find Paolo Fresu—WATT Works
• Steve Kuhn/Steve Swallow—Two By Two—1995—Two By Two—Owl/Sunnyside

• Steve Kuhn/Steve Swallow—Ladies In Mercedes—1995—Two By Two—Owl/Sunnyside
• Blossom Dearie—I Left My Heart In San Francisco—1963—Sings Rootin’ Songs—DIW
• Blossom Dearie—Lover Man—1956—Blossom Dearie—Verve
• Blossom Dearie—Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea—1957—Give Him The Ooh-La-La—Verve
• Blossom Dearie—Blossom’s Blues—1957—Blossom Dearie—Verve
• Frank Foster—The House That Love Built—1969—Manhattan Fever—Blue Note

Rhythm Guitarist Lawrence Lucie (b. Dec. 18, 1907) Celebrated his 100th Birthday Yesterday:
• Benny Carter And His Orchestra—Blue Lou—1933—Spike Hughes And Benny Carter 1933—Retrieval Jazz
• Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra—Why Do I Lie To Myself About You?—1936—Warmin’ Up—Hep
• Henry ‘Red’ Allen And His Orchestra—Truckin’—1935—The Henry Allen Collection, Vol. 2—Collector’s Classics
• Mill’s Blue Rhythm Band—Back Beats—1935—Alex Hill: Keep A Song In Your Soul!—Timeless

• Jelly Roll Morton And His Red Hot Peppers (Incl. Lawrence Lucie throughout this and the next set)—I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say—1939—The Pearls—RCA Bluebird
• Jelly Roll Morton And His Red Hot Peppers—West End Blues—1939—Vol. 2 (1926-1939)—RCA Black & White LP
• Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores, incl. Hot Lips Page—Limehouse Blues—1937—Hot Lips Page—Best Of Jazz (France)

• Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra—It’s Like Reaching For The Moon—1936—Lady Day: The Master Takes And Singles—Columbia
• Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra—These Foolish Things—1936—Lady Day: The Master Takes And Singles—Columbia
• Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra—I Cried For You—1936—Lady Day: The Master Takes And Singles—Columbia
• Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra—Back In Your Own Backyard—1937—Chu Berry: Blowing Up A Breeze—Topaz Jazz
• Coleman Hawkins’ All-Star Octet—Bouncing With Bean—1940—1939 - 1940—Classics (France) (concluding our salute to Centenarian Lawrence Lucie)

Alto Saxophonist Frank Morgan (Dec. 23, 1933 - Dec., 14, 2007) passed away last Friday at age 73:
• Frank Morgan with Howard Roberts—The Nearness Of You—1955—Frank Morgan—GNP Crescendo
• Frank Morgan with the Kenny Clark All-Stars—Blues Mood—1954—Frank Morgan/Gigi Gryce: Bird Calls, Vol. 2—Savoy Jazz LP
• Frank Morgan with the Cedar Walton Trio—Manha De Carnaval—1985—Easy Living—Contemporary Records LP
• Frank Morgan—OK—1988—Reflections—Contemporary Records LP

• Frank Morgan—All Blues—2003—City Nights—High Note
• Frank Morgan—Equinox—2003—City Nights—High Note
• Frank Morgan—Walkin’—2005—Reflections—High Note

• Pascal And Remy Le Boeuf—Ray’s Brother’s Other Mother—2004—Deuces Wild—LBJazz.org (this Saturday, Dec. 22nd at 7pm at The Attic (831.460.1800) in downtown Santa Cruz)
•Shirley Horn Trio—The Secret Of Christmas—1991—The Secret Of Christmas—Verve

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