Jazz & Blues with Chris

Playlist – May 9, 2019

Posted in Jazz by kfskchris on May 10, 2019
bwfishNarrows Broadcasting Corporation
Box 149 • Petersburg, Alaska • 99833
907.772.3808
100.9 FM • 91.1 FM • 88.1 FM • 103.1 FM

 

Listen to this week’s show. Usually available the following day. 
You can also stream the program live. Airs Thursdays 10pm to midnight – Alaska Time.

 

Artist/Composer Song/Piece Album Label
Sonny Rollins I’ve Told Every Little Star Oleo Blaricum
Sonny Rollins God Bless the Child The Bridge BMG
Art Farmer Five spot After Dark Brass Shout Capitol
Art Farmer, Benny Golson Jazztet Along Came Betty Another Git Together Verve
Hank Mobley Bag’s Groove Hank Mobley Capitol
Hank Mobley My Groove Your Move Roll Call Blue Note
Oliver Nelson Booze Blues Baby Meet Oliver Nelson Fantasy
Oliver Nelson Stolen Moments The Blues and the Abstract Truth Verve
Gene Ammons Blues Up and Down Boss Tenors: Straight Ahead From Chicago August 1961 Verve
Gene Ammons Stormy Monday Blues Twisting the Jug Limitless
Cannonball Adderley Love for Sale Somethin’ Else Blue Note
Cannonball Adderley One for Daddy-O Somethin’ Else Blue Note
Sonny Clark Cool Struttin’ Coll Struttin’ Blue Note
Ben Webster Quintet Soulville Soulville UMG
Ben Webster, Harry “Sweets” Edison Kitty Ben And “Sweets” Sony

 

Links listed are for your convenience. I do not receive compensation for displaying them. There may not be links for artists/groups that do not have pages of their own. Some record labels may no longer exist or are buried in much larger corporations and are not included.
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