Syncopated Metronome Playlist for Sunday, October 28, 2001
Hosted by Mike Lambert


 

Format:  Artist-Song-Album-Label

Jimmy Heath—My Ideal—1960—Fast Company—Milestone LP

    NPR JAZZ PROFILE OF THE LATE ETTA JONES

Etta Jones—I’m Pulling Through—1962—Lonely And Blue—Prestige
Etta Jones—Trav’lin’ Light—1962—Lonely And Blue—Prestige
George Wetting All Stars—Odd Aardvark (alt tk)—1957—Classic Columbia Condon Mob Sessions—Mosaic
Bud Freeman and his Famous Chicagoans—After Awhile—Classic Columbia Condon Mob Sessions—Mosaic
Harlem Hamfats—Growling Dog—1936/37—Hot Chicago Jazz, Blues And Jive 1936-1937—Folklyric LP
Teddy Wilson—Just For You Blues—1945—I Want To Be Happy 1944-1947—Naxos Jazz
Erskine Hawkins—Uproar Shout—1937—Swingin’ In Harlem—Tax LP
Teddy Wilson Quintet—I Surrender Dear--1945—I Want To Be Happy 1944-1947—Naxos Jazz
Howard McGhee—I’m In The Mood For Love—1948—Maggie: The Savoy Sides—Savoy LP
King Pleasure—I’m Gone—1952—Q: The Musical Biography Of Quincy Jones; Disc One: Jumpin’ In The Wood Shed—Rhino

    SPOTLIGHT ON JIMMY HEATH, 75 years old this last week:

Howard McGhee with Jimmy Heath—Down Home—1948—Maggie: The Savoy Sides—Savoy LP
Jimmy Heath—Old Fashioned Fun—1960—Fast Company—Milestone LP
NPR Jazz Birthday Tribute To Jimmy Heath
Jimmy Heath—Gingerbread Boy—1964—Fast Company—Milestone LP

David Sanchez—Ueja Esta Cançá—2000—Melaza--Columbia
Don Byron—Dark Room—2001—You Are #6: More Music For Six Musicians—Blue Note
Jimmy Heath—On The Trail—1964—Fast Company—Milestone LP
 
 

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