Skip to main content

THE BLEND #10 (Broadcast 24/4/2016) - PLAYLIST



The Blend #10
Broadcast 24/4/2016
Host: Ira
Engineer: Wayne Allen
For: ex-patradio.fr

(You can see all of my playlists HERE.)

In The Mood – The Glenn Miller Orchestra – Les Plus Grand Moments Du Jazz
It Ain’t Necessarily So – Aretha Franklin – Les Plus Grand Moments Du Jazz
Blue Moon – Lionel Hampton – Les Plus Grand Moments Du Jazz
//
Take Five – Dave Brubeck – Les Plus Grand Moments Du Jazz
Ligia – Getz/Gilberto – Les Plus Grand Moments Du Jazz
//
If Ever You Should Leave – Ella Fitzgerald – Jazz & Blues Series
I Want to Be Happy – Ella Fitzgerald – Jazz & Blues Series
Hallelujah! – Ella Fitzgerald – Jazz & Blues Series
//
God Bless the Child – Billie Holiday – Ken Burns Jazz
How Long – Jimmie Witherspoon – Ain’t Nobody’s Business
A Change is Gonna Come – Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
//
Wade in the River of Jordan – Delaney & Bonnie – D&B Together
Sanctified Blues – Satan & Adam – Living on the River
Gather by the River – Davell Crawford – Our New Orleans Benefit
//
Down by the Riverside – Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee – East Coast Blues
Yes We Can Can – Allen Toussaint – Our New Orleans Benefit
Where We’ll Never Grow Old – Anne Hills & Cindy Mangsen – Never Grow Old
//
The Housewife’s Lament – Anne Hills & Cindy Mangsen – Never Grow Old
//
No Love Today – Chris Smither – Drive You Home
I Went to the Mardi Gras – Snooks Eaglin – Soul’s Edge
Levee Town – Sonny Landreth – Levee Town
//
Weasel and the White Boys Cool – Rickie Lee Jones – Rickie Lee Jones
Hey Pocky A-Way – The Meters – Go Marching In
Iko Iko – The Dixie Cups – Go Marching In
//
Zydeco Gris-Gris – Beausoleil – Bayou Dance Party
Zydeco Sont Pas Sales – David Doucet – Bayou Dance Party
Think It Over One More Time – Buckwheat Zydeco – Bayou Dance Party
//
Get a Better One – Chris Smither – Drive You Home

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

RESTAURANT ETIQUETTE IN FRANCE: SIMPLE PRIMER (WITH TONGUE IN MY AMERICAN CHEEK)

My recent reading of a poor internet review of a favorite restaurant of ours prompted this post. Some people simply should not be allowed internet access. Speech may rightly be free, but it shouldn't be worthless. From reading the review, I could determine that the reviewer was a tourist who started out in a bad mood because he had to pay extra for parking a camper van that exceeded the maximum height for parking in the free lot. His party arrived at the restaurant at the end of lunch and without a reservation. At first, he was told that an empty table that he pointed out was reserved. When he persisted, he was informed that lunch was over. Since none of the other restaurants in town were still open, the reviewer had to miss lunch. Let me count the ways... RESERVATIONS ARE NECESSARY. Maybe not at Burger King, maybe not in a touristy restaurant in a touristy destination. But if you are really hungry, if you really want to try that restaurant that everybody's talking ab

RESTAURANT TEN, UZES: RESTAURANT REVIEW

Ten sits just off the market square in Uzes, one of the prettiest villages in southern France. The newly renovated space is airy and comfortable with tables of sufficient size and sufficiently spaced to provide for a pleasant dining experience. Service was cheerful, fully bilingual, and attentive without being overbearing. The food presented well to both eye and tongue. And the rate of approximately 30 € per person for a party of five included starters, mains, a dessert or two, two bottles of local wine, and coffees at the finish. Reasonable if not cheap eats.  So why am I hesitant to give an unqualified thumbs up?  It took me a while to figure it out. Uzes is a quintessentially French village in a quintessentially French region of southern France. There are those who will say that the Languedoc is just as beautiful but less crowded and less expensive than its eastern neighbors. I know. I'm one of those people. But the fact remains that for many people, villages like Uzes are t

FINDING A HOUSE IN FRANCE: FIRST STEPS #2

  First, be advised. I am not an expert in anything except my own experiences. And my experiences are confined to a particular time and place. If you have issues, I welcome them in Comments. We've been house hunting in Herault on several occasions since 2003. (Herault is a French department, somewhere between an American county and a state.) We twice visited to find a holiday home from which to learn about and explore the region. After deciding that this region of France was where we wanted to settle in our retirement, another search led to our current home of seven and a half years. And recently, we searched for a home with broader, gentler stairs given the state of our old bones. So I do speak from experience. As always, my advice is free of charge and worth every penny. There's no multiple listing service in France. Each agent has their own website and, while some agencies do cooperate with partner agencies, it can easily be the case that there is a house for sale next door