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THE BLEND #17: NINA SIMONE, NAT COLE & BEBOP



The Blend #17
Broadcast 1-6-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Hear the archived show on Mixcloud HERE.

Mood Indigo – Nina Simone
I Love You, Porgy – Nina Simone
Love Me, or Leave Me – Nina Simone – My Baby Just Cares for Me
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Don’t Get Around Much Anymore – Nat King Cole
Embraceable You – Nat King Cole
Route 66 – Nat King Cole – Nat King Cole
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Gerry Meets Hampton – L. Hampton/G. Mulligan– Lionel Hampton Presents Mulligan
Walking Shoes – L. Hampton/G. Mulligan– Lionel Hampton Presents Mulligan
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Well You Needn’t – Thelonious Monk – Jazz Masters: Thelonious Monk
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Blue Train – John Coltraine – Jazz Masters: John Coltraine
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Deep in a Dream) – Chet Baker – Jazz Masters: Chet Baker
Milestones (with Herbie Mann) – Chet Baker – Jazz Masters: Chet Baker
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Bye Bye Blackbird – Miles Davis – Jazz Masters: Miles Davis
Bird of Paradise (with Charlie Parker) – Miles Davis – Jazz Masters: Miles Davis
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I Can’t Get Started – Dizzy Gillespie – Jazz Masters: Dizzy Gillespie
Groovin’ High – Dizzy Gillespie – Jazz Masters: Dizzy Gillespie
Ool-Ya-Koo – Dizzy Gillespie – Jazz Masters: Dizzy Gillespie
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Autumn Leaves – Stan Getz – Jazz Masters: Stan Getz
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Gipsy – Wynton Marsalis – Jazz Masters: Wynton Marsalis
Jody (with Ellis Marsalis) – Wynton Marsalis – Jazz Masters: Wynton Marsalis
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Bye Bye Blackbird – Rickie Lee Jones – Pop Pop 


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