Tracks played 4 March, 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.
  • Dickies Dream by the Frankie Capp/Nat Pierce Orchestra from the album Juggernaut.
  • Half A Sawbuck by Tubby Hayes from the album Late Spot At Scott’s.
  • Shall We Dance? by Stacey Kent from the album Let Yourself Go: Celebrating Fred Astaire.
  • Jalin Pachanga (Daylight) by the Fanina All Stars from the album Latin Jazz Fusion.
  • Bo by Duke Pearson from the album Duke Pearson: Four Classic Albums.
  • Bags’ Groove by The Modern Jazz Quartet from the album MJQ: Four Classic Albums.
  • Since I Fell For Yourself by Gail Wynters from the album My Shining Hour.
  • Sing, Sing, Sing by Peter Appleyard from the album Barbados Heat.
  • D.P (Song For Duke Pearson) by Fabien Mary from the album Fabien Mary and The Vinatage Orchestra: Too Short.
  • Linger With Lester by Don Rendell from the album Reunion featuring Ian Carr & Michael Garrick.
  • Whistling In The Dark by Esaie Cid from the album The Kay Swift Songbook.
  • Jive by Clare Martin from the album Secret Love.
  • The Stopper by Hart/Green/Ridley/Brown from the album MJQ Celebration.
  • New Level by David Gibson from the album Maya.
  • XY by Tom Ollendorff from the album A Song For You.
  • I Thought About You by Amy Tseng from the album Sonho.
  • Invocation Incantation by Estraven from the album Ignored Advice.
  • Nobody Else But Me by Paul Edis from the album Still Point Of The Turning World.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant: Four Classic Albums.

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