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Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests has plenty of female singers this week, with music by Ethel Waters and Anita O'Day, plus music from the Brian Lemon Trio.

1 hour

Last on

Sat 8 Feb 2014 17:00

Music Played

  • Anita O’Day

    Lullaby Of The Leaves

    Performer: Ralph Burns Orchestra.
    • Anita O'Day:Compact Jazz.
    • 3.
  • Alan Barnes

    College Groove

    Performer: David Newton. Performer: Matt Miles. Performer: Steve Brown.
    • Below Zero.
    • Concord Jazz.
    • 5.
  • Bryan Corbett

    Crystal Waters

    Performer: Chris Dodd.
    • Green.
    • BCCD.
    • 6.
  • Gene Krupa

    Stompin' At The Savoy

    Performer: Benny Carter. Performer: Oscar Peterson.
    • PROPER.
    • 9.
  • Ron Carter

    Seven Steps to Heaven

    Performer: Stephen Scott. Performer: Payton Crossley. Performer: Roger Squitero.
    • Dear Miles.
    • Blue Note.
    • 2.
  • Chris Barber

    Every Time I Feel The Spirit

    Performer: Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Performer: Monty Sunshine. Performer: Pat Halcox.
    • Chris Barber's Jazz Band 1957.
    • Lake.
    • 9.
  • Brian Lemon

    Autumn in New York

    Performer: Dave Green. Performer: Allan Ganley.
    • Zephyr Records.
    • 11.
  • Duke Ellington & His Orchestra

    I Can't Stop Loving You

    Performer: Lawrence Brown. Performer: Buster Cooper. Performer: Johnny Hodges. Performer: Cootie Williams.
    • RHINO.
    • 19.
  • Jim Hall

    Angel Face

    Performer: Bill Evans.
    • Intermodulation.
    • VERVE.
    • 4.
  • Humphrey Lyttelton

    Heads or Tails

    Performer: Bobby Pratt. Performer: Duncan Campbell. Performer: Eddie Blair. Performer: Bert Courtley.
    • The Humphrey Lyttelton Big Band with Jimmy Rushing.
    • Upbeat Jazz.
    • 23.
  • Ethel Waters

    Shake That Thing

    Performer: Pearl Wright.
    • Ethel Waters' Greatest Years.
    • Columbia.
    • 6.


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