Tracks played 1 April, 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.
  • Rockin’ In Rhythm by Madame Tussaud’s Dance Orchestra from the album Jazz Greats, Vol. 49 Jazz In Britain.
  • Play Me by Michel Petrucciani from the album The Blue Note Years.
  • Laugh Clown Laugh by Abbey Lincoln from the album Abbey Lincoln: Four Classic Albums.
  • Shanghaied by Adrian Cunningham from the album Ain’t That Right! The Music Of Neal Hefti.
  • Samba De Los Gatos by Swing Unlimited Big Band from the album Swing Unlimited Big Band.
  • Swing That Music by Marty Grosz and His Swinging Fools from the album Ring Dem Bells.
  • Meet Benny Bailey by Quincy Jones from the album Quincy Jones: Four Classic Albums Plus.
  • Hen House by Michael Zilber from the album East West – Music For Big Bands.
  • Floogie Boo by the Cootie Williams Sextet from the album Jazz Greats, Vol. 41: Dukes Men.
  • Jitterbug Waltz by Vasilis Xenopoulos and Paul Edis from the album A Narrow Escape.
  • Getting To Know You by Veronica Swift from the album This Bitter Earth.
  • Cumple Inaudito by Tronik from the album Plisisiplis.
  • Still Here by Issie Barratt’s Interchange from the album Donna’s Secret.
  • Flim Flam Man by Meschiya Lake and the Little Big Horns from the album Bad Kids Club.
  • Relaxin’ At Carmarillo by Tomoko Omura from the album Post Bop Gypsies.
  • Straight Street by Harold Mabern from the album Mabern Plays Coltrane.
  • Up Jumped The Devil by Soren Siegumfeldt Swing from the album This is Meschiya Lake.
  • Trinkets and Things by Ryo Kawasaki from the album Jazz Spectrum, Vol. 2.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant: Four Classic Albums.

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