Tracks played 10 December, 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.
  • That’s Walking by Ted Heath from the album Ted Heath: The Perfectionist.
  • Goodbye Pork Pie Hat by Charles Mingus from the album Mingus Ah Um.
  • Take The ‘A’ Train by Ella Fitzgerald and The Duke Ellington Orchestra from the album Ella Sings The Duke Ellington Songbook.
  • You Are My Sunshine by the Gene Harris/Scott Hamilton Quintet from the album At Last.
  • How’s This by Kenny Baker from the album The Half Dozen … After Hours.
  • That Old Black magic by Harold Nicholas & His Orchestra from the album Harold Nicholas, June Richmond, Andy Bley: Jazz In Paris.
  • 20 Rue de Madrid by Maynard Ferguson from the album Octet.
  • Fungi Mama by Monty Alexander – Ray Brown – Herb Ellis from the album Triple Threat.
  • Sometimes I’m Happy by the Nat “King” Cole Trio from the album After Midnight The Complete Session.
  • Take Ten by Paul Desmond from the album Take Ten.
  • Zebrano by The Andrew Neu Big Band from the album Catwalk.
  • Textures by the Peter Zak Quartet featuring Marcos Valera from the album One Mind.
  • La Gavina by Andrea Motis from the album Emotional Dance.
  • The Hackney Two Step by The Matt Wates Sextet from the album Yemanja.
  • Jongo Street by the Jukka Eskola Soul Trio from the album Steamy!
  • Goodbye Pork Pie Hat by The Strictly Smokin’ Big Band from the album Harlem Street ’58 Vol. 1.
  • Calavera by Giuseppi Milaci & Vogue Trio from the album The Endless Way.
  • Antenore by Evaristo Perez from the album Cajon Jazz Trio.
  • Pretty People by Esther Bennet from the EP The Songs of Duncan Lamont.
  • What A Wonderful World by Omer Klein from the album Personal Belomgings.
  • Goodbye by Ray Bryant from the album Ray Bryant Trio.

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