Tracks Played 18 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.
  • Corner Pocket by Count Basie and His Orchestra from the album April in Paris.
  • Yes! Indeed by Bing Crosby and Connee Boswell from the album Jazz Greats, Volume 14: Jazz Voices – The Women.
  • Peckin’ Time by Hank Mobley from the album Peckin’ Time.
  • Swing Spring by Kenny Clarke’s Sextet from the album Jazz In Paris: Kenny Clarke’s Sextet Plays Andre Hodeir.
  • We Fell Out Of Love by Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band from the album Sad, Sweet Songs and Crazy Rhythms.
  • Blues In Bolero by Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band from the album Sad, Sweet Songs and Crazy Rhythms.
  • Leebop by Lee Morgan from the album Sixth Sense.
  • I’ll See You in My Dreams by Ella Fitzgerald and Her V-Disc Jumpers from the album Jazz Greats Volume 5: Ella Fitzgerald: Sing Me a Swing Song.
  • Skippy by John Beasley from the album Monk’estra Vol.1.
  • Pea-Eye by Clark Terry With Thelonious Monk from the album In Orbit.
  • Close Your Eyes by Cate Cody from the album I Hear Music.
  • E Is For Elephant by Peedu Kass Momentum from the album Peedu Kass Momentum.
  • You and The Night and The Music by the Ewan Bleach Quartet from the album Ewan The Night ‘n’ The Music.
  • The Influence of Jazz by the George Colligan Trio from the album George Colligan Trio Live in Arklow.
  • Just One Dance by Caro Emerald from the album Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor.
  • Tin Can Alley by The Guest Stars from the album Selected Recordings 1983-1987.
  • Milonjazz by Guillermo Calliero from the album S.A.P. Vol.1.
  • Q For Quincy Jones by Nicholas Payton from the album Smoke Sessions.
  • Blue Room by Eliane Elias from the album I Thought About You (A Tribute to Chet Baker).
  • Beware Chameleons Bearing Watermelons by Steve Waterman from the album Our Delight – A Jazz Odyssey: The Music of Tadd Dameron & Herbie Hancock.

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