Syncopated Metronome Playlist for Sunday, January 6, 2002
Hosted by Mike Lambert

Format:  Artist-Song-Album-Label

Thelonious Monk—I Hadn’t Anyone Till You—1964—Standards—Columbia Masterpieces

Carmen McRae—It’s Over Now—1990—Carmen Sings Monk—Novus/RCA

Thelonious Monk—Nice Work If You Can Get It—1964—It’s Monk’s Time—Columbia LP

Duke Ellington Orch—Chelsea Bridge—1941—Blanton-Webster Band—RCA

Duke Ellington Orch—Johnny Come Lately—1942—Blanton-Webster Band—RCA

Jay McShann and his Orch—Swingmatism—1941—History of Jazz: Kansas City And The South West—Disky

Pete Johnson’s Band—627 Stomp—1940—History of Jazz: Kansas City And The South West—Disky

Ralph Sutton—Eye Opener—1975—Piano Solos—Sackville LP

World’s Greatest Jazz Band, incl. Ralph Sutton—Five Point Blues—1970—Live—Atlantic

Bobby Hackett—I Guess I’ll Have To Change My Plans—1955—Complete Capitol Fifties Jack Teagarden    Sessions—Mosaic

James P. Johnson’s Blue Note Jazzmen—Tishomingo Blues—1944—Hot Jazz On Blue Note—Blue Note

Pee Wee Russell’s Hot Four—Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now—1944—Jazz Original—Commodore

Thelonious Monk—Functional—1957—Thelonious Himself—Riverside

Thelonious Monk Quartet—Bye-Ya/Epistrophy—1958—San Francisco Holiday—Milestone

Joe Henderson—Johnny Come Lately—1992—Lush Life—Verve

Charles Lloyd—A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing—1998—Voice In The Night—ECM

Mark Murphy—A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing—2001—Links—High Note

Geri Allen—Sleepin’ Pretty—1998—The Gathering—Verve

David Sanchez—Canto A Loiza—2000—Melana—Columbia

Avery Sharpe—Stone Soul Jester—2001—Extended Family III: Family Values—JKNM

Other Quartet—Walking Leo—2001—Sound Stains—Knitting Factory

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