Tracks played 29 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.
  • I‘ve Got You Under My Skin from the album Contemporary Concepts.
  • Nature Boy by The Tolga Quartet from the album I’ve Found A New Baby.
  • They Can’t Take That Away From Me by Ella Fitzgerald and Andre Previn from the album Nice Work If You Can Get It.
  • Moten Swing by the Brian Lemon-Roy Williams Quintet from the album A Beautiful Friendship.
  • Reggae – Later by Milt Jackson from the album A London Bridge.
  • Havana Club by the Neil Angilley Trio from the album Havana Club.
  • Tribute To Brownie by Louis Smith from the album Here Comes Louis Smith.
  • Excuse My French by Caro Emerald from the album The Shocking Miss Emerald.
  • Square One by Simon Spillett from the album Square One.
  • All Of Me by Lee Konitz from the album Inside Hi-Fi.
  • Piece To Keep Away Evils Spirits by Brandon Allen from the album The Gene Ammons Project.
  • We’ll Be Together Again by Gail Wynters from the album My Shining Hour.
  • Thursday’s With GK by the Brian Molley Quartet with Krishna Kishor from the album Intercontinental.
  • Rock-A-By-Basie by Buck Clayton from the album Complete Legendary Jam Sessions: Master Takes.
  • Lullaby In Rhythm by the Dave Brubeck Quartet from the album Jazz At The College Pacific.
  • Delight by Faiz Lamouri from the album Inner Light.
  • Think Pink by Emma Smith from the album Meshuga Baby.
  • Sprezzatura by Freddie Gavita from the album Transient.
  • Goodbye by the Ray Bryant Trio from the album Ray Bryant Four Classic Albums.

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