Tracks played 4 February, 2022

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

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  • Will You Make My Soup Hot & Silver by the Christine Dahl Trio from the album Heartbeats.
  • Mezzrow by Humphrey Lyttelton & His Band from the album “Hear Me Talkin’ To Ya”.
  • Pompton Turnpike by Louis Jordan & His Timpani Five from the album Jazz Greats, Volume 9: Louis Jordan: Saxa-Woogie.
  • Similar Souls by Joe Newman from the album Joe Newman: Four Classic Albums.
  • I’m Late, I’m Late by Stan Getz from the album Focus.
  • Mad About The Boy by Blossom Dearie from the album Blossom Time at Ronnie Scott’s.
  • Wee-dot by the Art Blakey Quintet from the album A Night At Birdland Vol. 1.
  • Milestones by Miles Davis from the album Milestones.
  • Yatra Ta by Liane Carroll from the album Dolly Bird.
  • Bulit by the Igor Butman Big Band from the album Eternal Triangle.
  • Poinciana by Hakan Basar from the album On Top Of The Roof.
  • The Road Less Travelled by Clare Teal from the album The Road Less Travelled.
  • Surfing Thermals by Hannah Horton from the album Inside Out.
  • What Am Here For? by the Mark Masters Ensemble from the album Masters & Baron Meet Blanton & Webster.
  • How Lovely To Be A Woman by Veronica Swift from the album This Bitter Earth.
  • I’ve Never Been In Love Before by the Roberto Bossard New Group from the album Nostalgia.
  • Feel The Beat by Fay Claassen & David Linx from the album And We Still Sing.
  • Swoop by Renee Rosnes from the album Kinds Of Love.
  • Heart and Soul by the Sam Braysher Trio from the album Dance Little Lady, Dance Little Man.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album The Ray Bryant Trio.

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