Tracks played 15 July, 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.
  • Watermelon Man by Herbie Hancock from the album Takin’ Off.
  • Wild Flower by Wayne Shorter from the album Speak No Evil.
  • Tres De Catorce by The Alex Clarke Quartet from the album Mirage.
  • Flash by The Phil Woods Quintet + one from the album Flash.
  • In Walked Bud by Helen Sung from the album Going Express.
  • Isfahan by the Dave Newton Trio from the album Inspired.
  • On A Misty Night by The Xhosa Cole Quartet from the album K(no)w Them, K(no)w Us.
  • Yardbird Suite by Greg Abate and Phil Woods from the album Greg Abate and Phil Woods at Chan’s.
  • What A Little Moonlight Can Do by Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra from the album Jazz Greats, Volume 1: Billie Holiday: All of Me.
  • Boogie Stop Shuffle by Alan Barnes from the album Alan Barnes + 11
  • Red Mary Janes & A Brand New Hat by Jo Harrop from the album The Heart Wants.
  • La Ronde Suite by Nat Steele from the album Portrait Of The MJQ.
  • Final Selection by Tubby Hayes from the album Tubby Hayes: Three Classic Albums Plus.
  • Ampollo by the Betty Accorsi Quartet from the album Growing Roots.
  • Samba Batucada by Ada Bird Wolfe from the album Odd Bird.
  • Jive Coffee by Chris Allard/Ross Stanley from the album Tortugas.
  • Watch Out/The Sidewinder by Vicki Burns from the album Lotus Blossom Days.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant Four Classic Albums.

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