Sunday, 16 June 2013

Andy's Jazz Show #170

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Andy's Jazz Show #170


Tracklisting:
Flat Meat - First Cosins Jazz Ensemble from For The Cos Of Jazz.
Eleanor Rigby - Mark Murphy from Satisfaction Guaranteed.
The Crickets Sing - Dee Felice Trio from In Heat.
Free As The Wind - The Crusaders.
Nite Crawler - The Crusaders both from Free As The Wind.
Nite Crawler 2010 - Larry Carlton from Take Your Pick.
Ju Ju - B.J.Jansen from B.J.Jansen & Conjura-The Movement Vol 2.
Watermelon Man - Harold Alexander from Are You Ready?
3Play Carmen McRae from I'm Coming Home Again.
Everything Must Change.
New York State Of Mind.
Burst In With The Dawn.
High Wire - Joe Farrell from Skateboard Park.
Squire For Hire - Nathan Haines from Squire For Hire.
Stolen Moments - Carribean Jazz Project from Afro Bop Alliance.
Runnin' - Amsterdam Jazz Collective from Everybody Needs Love.
For Mods Only - Chico Hamilton from The Dealer.
Hi-Fly - Monty Alexander from Full Steam Ahead.
Sara Smile - Mike Manieri from Love Play.
Let The Children Play - Tom Harrell from Roman Nights.

Well it's taken me 170 shows but with some help from my son George (Has computer science degree, looking for a job, hint, hint.) I have almost mastered this blog editing in 2 formats. This weeks show is another cracker featuring more of my recent vinyl acquisitions, highlighted by the 3play from a superb Carmen McRae set on Japanese Trio Kenwood records. Link below, comments most welcomed.

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Show 170 here

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