Tracks Played 11 March, 2022

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

Central image by Katie Green
  • Will You Make My Soup Hot & Silver by the Christine Dahl Trio from the album Heartbeats.
  • Satin Dolly by Duke Ellington from the album Live At The Bluenote.
  • The Hustler by Stanley Turrentine from the album Hustlin’.
  • You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me by Anita O’Day from the album Anita O’Day: Four Classic albums.
  • Crow’s Nest by Stan Getz and Cal Tjader from the album Getz-Tjader Sextet.
  • Hub-Tones by Freddie Hubbard from the album Hub-Tones.
  • My Buddy by Chet Baker from the album The Best of Chet Baker Sings.
  • Scrapple From The Apple by the Frank Morgan Quartet from the album Yardbird Suite.
  • Once In Love With Amy by Sammy Davis Jr. & Buddy Rich from the album The Sounds of ‘66.
  • Familiar by Walter Smith III & Matthew Stevens from the album In Common III.
  • Anton’s Ball by the Tom Remon Quartet from the album Eagle Peak.
  • Tropical Paradise by the Harvey / O’Higgins Project from the album That’s The Way to Live!
  • Tackle and Babble by Fay Claassen & David Lynx from the album And We Still Sing.
  • Table For Five … At The Columbia Inn by Juan Carlos Quintero from the album Table For Five.
  • Falling Out by Conrad Herwig, Igor Butman from the album Reflections.
  • The Heart Wants What The Heart Wants by Jo Harrop from the album The Heart Wants.
  • Left Arm Blues by the Fabien Mary Octet from the album Left Arm Blues.
  • I Feel More Like I Do Now by the Mark Wade Trio from the album True Stories.
  • Out The Window by Jazzmeia Horn from the album Love & Liberation.
  • The Man With The Van by the Olga Konkova Trio from the album Open Secret.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant: Four Classic Albums.

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