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IRA'S BLEND #36: NEW JAZZ DIVAS


Diana Krall

IRA’S BLEND #36: NEW JAZZ DIVAS
Broadcast 10-8-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Diana Krall – This Can’t Be Love
Yuon Sun Nah (Na Yon-Sun) – Jockey Full of Bourbon
Fay Claassan – Conception/Deception
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Lisa Simone – Autumn Leaves
Dee Alexander – Letter From Home
Manuel Rocheman – Nature Boy
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Bireli Lagrene & Gipsy Project – What a Little Moonlight Can Do
Olivier Hutman with Dee Dee Bridgewater – What Did They Say Today?
Muriel Zoe – Have a Good Time
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Michel Benita – Oh Love
Monica Shaka – Moon and Sand
Stephy Haik – It’s Over
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Solveg Slettahjell – What Is This Thing Called Love?
Stacey Kent – Too Darn Hot
Robin McKelle – Something’s Gotta Give
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Norah Jones – Tennessee Waltz
Jackie Terrasson Trio – Walk On By
Rene Marie – Them There Eyes
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Ida Sand – Ain’t No Sunshine
Laika Fatien – Just Say Goodbye
Anne Ducros featuring Jackie Terrasson – God Bless the Child
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Cecile Norby – Diamonds & Gold
Clotilde Rullaud – Fragile
Sinne Eeg – What a Little Moonlight Can do
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Sidsell Endreson with Buege Wesseltoft – Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover

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