Tracks played 11 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.
  • Jeanine by the Jerry Matuszkiewicz Swingtet from the album Jazz Jamboree ‘ 62 Vol. 2.
  • Just One Of Those Things by The Brian Lemon/Alan Barnes Octet from the album Old Hands – Young Minds.
  • Wham! by June Richmond from the album Jazz Greats, Vol. 53: Big Band Voices.
  • Suspension Blues by Vic Dickenson from the album Vic Dickenson Septet.
  • S Nice by Charlie Mariano from the album Charlie Mariano Plays.
  • Barbados by the Joe Albany Trio from the album Portrait of A Legend – Unissued 1966 Sessions.
  • It’s Crazy by Sarah Vaughan from the album Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown.
  • Skeleton in The Bathroom by Johnny Dankworth and His Orchestra from the album Too Cool For The Blues.
  • Straight No Chaser by Kohsuke Mine from the album First.
  • Another Night In Tunisia by The Mark Wade Trio from the album Moving Day.
  • Doctor Jazz by Gig from the album Street.
  • Papa Gato by Wendy Kirkland from the album Latin Lowdown Live.
  • Walk Don’t Run by Wayne Wilkinson from the album Yours Yours Yours.
  • All Too Soon by Jo Harrop from the album The Heart Wants.
  • East Of The Sun by Tom Remon & Jim Mullen from the album Duality.
  • Gemini by Adrianne Duncan from the album Gemini.
  • My Heart Belongs To Daddy by Jim Tomlinson from the album The Lyric.
  • A Nick Off The Mark the Terrell Stafford Quintet from the album Taking Chances: LIve At The Dakota.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album The Ray Bryant Trio.

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