Tracks played 6 August, 2021

Sounds Like Jazz is a Gosport Hospital Radio production and these are the tracks played on the above date:

  • Will You Make My Soup Hot & Silver by the Christine Dahl Trio from the album Heartbeats.
  • Barbados by Chet Baker from the album Chet is Back.
  • Chicken Today and Feathers Tomorrow by Carmen McRae from the album Birds of a Feather.
  • Gerry’s Tune by Buddy De Franco from the album The Artistry of Buddy De Franco.
  • Peanut Head by Clark Terry from the album It’s About Time (Jimmy Hamilton feat. CLark Terry).
  • Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive by Peggy Lee from the album Peggy Lee.
  • I Told You I Loved Ya, Now Get Out by Mose Allison from the album Young Man Mose.
  • Blue ‘N’ Boogie by Hampton Hawes from the album All Night Session Vo. 2.
  • Somebody Done Hoodooed The Hoodoo man by Louis Jordan from the album Louis Jordan and Hs Tympany Five.
  • Bihari by Red Callendar & His Modern Quartet from the album Swingin’ Suite.
  • Gallop’s Gallop by Patrick Wolff & The San Fransisco Repertory Jazz Quartet from the album Go Down Swinging.
  • Manhattenville by Nick Vayenas from the album Nick Vayenas.
  • Train in The Distance by Jaquie Dankworth from the album Detour Ahead.
  • The Sunken Forest by the Harry Keeble Quartet from the EP The Beacon.
  • Witchcraft by the Dean Stockdale Trio from the album Promise The Moon.
  • Walkabout by the Abbie Finn Trio from the album Northern Persective.
  • I Got A Feelin’ I’m Fallin’ by Lucy Yeghiazaryan from the album Blue Heaven.
  • My Day With Pierre by Mikael Mani from the album Nostalgia Machine.
  • Magic by Craig “Thumper” Samuals.
  • Goodbye by Ray Bryant from the album Ray Bryant Trio.

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