Tracks played 20 May, 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.
  • Night Flight by the Sammy Nestico Big Band from the album Night Flight.
  • St Louis Blues by Gil Evans from the album Gil Evans: Four Classic Albums.
  • The Man on The Little White Keys by The Nat King Cole Trio from the album Jazz Greats, Volume 4: Nat ‘King’ Cole: Body & Soul.
  • The 12 Hours Effect by Raynald Colom from the album Sketches Groove.
  • Concerto No. 2: l’Été – 1 er Mouvement (Allegro non Molto) by Raymond Fol from the album Les 4 Saisons.
  • All or Nothing at All by Nick Vayenas from the album Nick Vayenas.
  • M-Squad Theme by the Red Garland Trio from the album Red Garland Trio at The Prelude.
  • Samba Cepeda by Paul Desmond from the album Jazz Indispensable Paul Desmond.
  • Showdown by the Paul Shaw Quintet from the album Moments of Clarity.
  • The Barista by the San Gabriel 7 feat. Sinne Eeg from the album Under The Stars.
  • The Duke by Mike Nock & Marty Ehrlich from the album The Waiting Game.
  • Brazilian Girls by Azar Lawrence from the album Elementals.
  • My Kind of Girl by Richard Shelton from the album An Englishman in Love in LA.
  • Manhattanville by Nick Vayenas from the album Nick Vayenas.
  • Broadway Blues by Rolf Kristensen from the album Invitation.
  • Es Rubia, El Cabello Suelto by Manuel Valera New Cuban Express Big Band from the album Jose Marti en Nueva York.
  • Battle feat. Binker & Moses by Ashley Henry from the album Beautiful Vinyl Hunter.
  • September in The Rain by Raynald Colom from the album A Million Dreams.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant Four Classic Albums.

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