Tracks played 25 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.
  • Taps Miller by Count Basie and His Orchestra from the album Jazz Greats, Vol. 8 Count Basie: Jive At Five.
  • Little T (a.k.a) The New Message by Lee Morgan from the album Indeed!
  • Just One More Chance by Ernestine Anderson from the album Never Make Your Move Too Soon.
  • Darben The Redd Foxx by James Moody from the album Don’t Look Away Now!
  • Corcovado (Quiet Nights) by Monty Alexander – Ray Brown – Herb Ellis from the album Triple Treat III.
  • It’s Easy To Remember by Cleo Laine & Dudley Moore from the album Smilin’ Through.
  • Yes, Sir, That’s My Baby by Spike Robinson, Louis Stewart, Janusz Carmello from the album Three For The Road.
  • That Old Black Magic by Shorty Rogers from the album Shorty Rogers Swings.
  • Freddy Freeloader by Sandy Suchodolski from the album Remembering Ray.
  • These Foolish Things by Zoe Rahman from the album Dreamland.
  • Happy Talk by Gary Brumburgh from the album Full Circle.
  • Phantasy In Latin by Tom Harrell from the album Colors Of A Dream.
  • In The Market by the Mark Wade Trio from the album True Stories.
  • Lazy Daze by Michele Osten (single release).
  • Life Goes On by Marius Neset from the album Circle Of Chimes.
  • Up-Pepping Song by Loz Speyer Quartet from the album Two Kinds Of Blue.
  • You’ve Got To Be Carefully Taught by Gary Brumburgh from the album Full Circle.
  • Extended Stay by Connie Han from the album Crime Zone.
  • The Black Cat by Brandon Allen from the album The Gene Ammons Project.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant: Four Classic Albums.

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