Tracks played 8 April, 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.
  • Hogtown Blues by Angel Pocho Gatti Big Band from the album Jazz from Italy.
  • Showtype Tune by Karen Sharp from the album Spirit.
  • Sum It Up (Disturbing The Peace) by Fay Claassen & David Linx from the album And We Still Sing.
  • White Water by Fergus McCreadie from the album Forest Floor.
  • Barbara by Tullio De Piscopo with Luis Agudo from the album Jazz from Italy.
  • Late Bloomin’ Jazzman by Mark Winkler from the album Late Bloomin’ Jazzman.
  • Crazy Valves by Nat Gonella & His Georgians from the album Georgia on My Mind.
  • Descent by the NDR Big Band from the album Bravissimo: 50 Years NDR Bigband.
  • Black Coffee by Claire Martin from the album Too Darn Hot!
  • The Last Time I Saw Paris by The New York Blue Note Quintet from the album A Weekend at Le Vauban.
  • Give Me The Simple Life by Phineas Newborn Jr. from the album Piano Portraits.
  • Bossa Nova Days by Mark Winkler from the album Late Bloomin’ Jazzman.
  • Chasing Kites by Pete Oxley and Nicholas Meier from the album The Colours of Time Quartet.
  • Firm Roots by Charlie Sepulveda & The Turn Around from the album This is Latin Jazz.
  • Sarah Said by the Brian Molley Quartet from the album Modern Traditions.
  • Fascinating Rhythms by Beverley Beirne from the album Dream Dancer.
  • Blooz by the Billy Usselton Sextet from the album Complete Recordings.
  • Indi-go-go by Angel Roman & Mambo Blue from the album Festive Interplay.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant Four Classic Albums.

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