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Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' jazz requests includes music from Gerry Mulligan's Age of Steam, plus recordings by George Lewis and Charles Mingus.

1 hour

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Sat 18 Jan 2014 17:00

Music Played

  • Gerry Mulligan

    Maytag

    Performer: Bob Brookmeyer. Performer: Harry “Sweets” Edison.
    • The Age of Steam.
    • A&M.
    • 8.
  • Donald Byrd

    Ghana

    Performer: Duke Pearson. Performer: Doug Watkins. Performer: Lex Humphries. Performer: Hank Mobley.
    • Byrd In Flight.
    • Blue Note.
    • 1.
  • Django Bates

    Scrapple From The Apple

    Performer: Petter Eldh. Performer: Peter Bruun.
    • BELOVED BIRD.
    • LOST MARBLE.
    • 1.
  • Ken Colyer

    Stockyard Strut

    Performer: Chris Barber. Performer: Lonnie Donegan. Performer: Monty Sunshine.
    • New Orleans To London.
    • Lake Records.
    • 7.
  • George Lewis

    Burgundy Street Blues

    Singer: Monette Moore.
    • Doctor Jazz.
    • Upbeat.
    • 12.
  • Henry “Red” Allen

    Down In Jungle Town

    Performer: Henry “Red” Allen.
    • Down In Jungle Town.
    • Brunswick.
    • 1.
  • Man Overboard

    Topsy

    Performer: Thomas Gould. Performer: Ewan Bleach. Performer: Jean-Marie Fagon. Performer: Dave O'Brien.
    • All Hands On Deck.
    • Champs Hill.
    • 13.
  • Paul Whiteman

    Charleston

    Performer: Paul Whiteman.
    • THE CHARLESTON ERA.
    • ASV.
    • 1.
  • Dizzy Gillespie

    This Is The Way

    Performer: Lalo Schifrin.
    • Gillespiana and Carnegie Hall Concert.
    • Verve.
    • 7.
  • Joe Harriott

    It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing

    Performer: Tony Kinsey. Performer: Sammy Stokes. Performer: Bill Le Sage.
    • THE JOE HARRIOTT STORY.
    • PROPER.
    • 17.
  • Charles Mingus

    Better Git It In your Soul

    Performer: Jimmy Knepper. Performer: Horace Parlan. Performer: Dannie Richmond. Performer: John Handy. Performer: Booker Ervin.
    • Alternate Takes.
    • Columbia.
    • 1.

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