Tracks played 10 September, 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.
  • Guessin’ by the Freddie Redd Trio + Guests from the album Get Happy With Freddie Redd.
  • The Masquerade Is Over by Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Addderley from the album Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Addderley.
  • Give Em Hal by Hal McKusick from the album Jazz At The Academy.
  • American Beauty Rag by Morton Gunnar Larson from the album Fingerbreaker.
  • Squatty Roo by Johnny Hodges from the album Perdido.
  • Sundown Mamma by George Melly from the album The Best of George Melly.
  • Ad Lib Blues by the Lester Young Trio from the album Lester Young Trio with Oscar Peterson.
  • Omicron by Paul Chambers from the album Chambers’ Whims.
  • Two Bass Hit by the Ulysses Owens Jr. Big Band from the album Soul Conversations.
  • I Swing Because I’m Happy by Gregory Tardy from the album If Time Could Stand Still.
  • The Lady is a Tramp by Queen Latifah from the album We All Love Ella.
  • Untitled Boogaloo by Xhosa Cole from the album Know Them Know Us.
  • Hot House by the Simon Moullier Trio from the album Countdown.
  • The All Night Diner by Zoe Gilby from the album Aurora.
  • Nobody Else But Me by Paul Edis from the album The Still Point of The Turning World.
  • Groovy Samba by Hideo Shikari from the album Deep Modern Jazz From Japan Vol. 3.
  • Airmail Special by Nikki Yanofsky from the album We All Love Ella.
  • Cuban Fantasy by the Raul Guttierrez Big Band from the album Son Elegante.
  • Berkshire Blues by Miki Yamanake from the album Human Dust Suite.
  • Goodbye by Ray Bryant from the album Ray Bryant Trio.

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