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Fascinatin' Rhythm

On today’s show, we will be lis­ten­ing to such trag­ic fig­ures as Lee Mor­gan, Eddie Jef­fer­son, Wes Mont­gomery, Tadd Dameron, Tub­by Hayes, Gary McFar­land, Besse Smith, Lester Young, Grant Green/​Larry Young, Glenn Miller, Oscar Pet­ti­ford, Serge Chaloff, Emi­ly Rem­ler, Mary ford, and Scott LaFaro to name a few… 

Set #1

Artist Song Album
Guido Basso/Peter Appleyard C Fascinating Rhythm jazz Canadiana
Paul Anka C Waiting For A Girl Like You Classic Songs - My Way
Nancy Kelly Stolen Moments Remembering Mark Murphy
Lee Morgan Just In Time Lee Morgan
Eddie Jefferson/James Moody Quintet So What There I Go Again
Wes Montgomery My One And Only Love Jazz 'Round Midnight or Just Walkin'

Set #2

Artist Song Album
Tadd Dameron Orchestra, feat. Clark Terry/Bill Evans/Jerome Richardson Swift As The Wind The Magic Touch
Vanessa Rubin, feat. Eddie Allen If You Could See Me Now Sings Tadd Dameron - The Dream Is You
Tubby Hayes & Ronnie Scott Time Was The Jazz Couriers In Concert, 1958
Gary McFarland Orchestra/Phil Woods Paris Original How To Succeed IN Business
Besse Smith, feat.Jack Teagarden/Benny Goodman/Chu Berry Gimme A Pigfoot The World's Greatest Blues Singer

Set #3

Artist Song Album
Lester Young/Bill Potts Trio Almost Like Being In Love In Washington , D.C., 1958 - Vol. 2
Grant Green, feat. Larry Young/Hank Mobley/Elvin Jones Corcovado I Want To Hole Your Hand
Glenn Miller/ American Band Of The AEF Farewell Blues The Lost Recordings
Oscar Pettiford All The Things You Are Germany 1958/59

Set #4

Artist Song Album
Chet Baker Qt. But Not For Me Chet Baker Sings
Serge Chaloff Qt Thanks For The Memory Blue Serge
Les Paul & Mary Ford Don't Cry Baby Bye Bye Blues
Bill Evans Trio, feat Scott LaFaro Jaded Vision The Village Vanguard Sessions
Kenny Burrell Trio Body & Soul When Lights Are Low