Friday, February 19, 2010

Friday Soundings 2/19

Host - John Gaguine

The Int'l All-Stars (playing Benny Goodman) - Did I Remember (Ken Peplowski, clarinet)

The Insomniacs - At Least I'm Not with You, Root Beer Float, The Angry Surfer

Kim Nalley - September in the Rain (Al Warren/Harry Dubin), Say It Isn't So (Irving Berlin), Goin' to New York

Mark May and the Agitators - Mercury Blues, Don't Give Up

Joe Henderson (tenor sax) - Once I Loved (Amor em Paz), Triste - both from a great CD, Double Rainbow - the Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim

Brick House Showband - Zoot Suit Riot (big hit for the Cherry Poppin' Daddies in 1998) - they will be performing at the Shriners' Ball on 2/27 at Cent. Hall

Mason and Hundt - Pony Blues (Charlie Patton, considered by many to the father of the Delta blues), Rollin' and Tumblin' (traditional, possibly Muddy Waters)

Pete Fountain, the great New Orleans clarinetist - Muskrat Ramble (Kid Ory), Georgia (Hoagy Carmichael)

Canned Heat - Bullfrog Blues, Going Up the Country, Time Was, On the Road Again

Carmen McRae - I'm Coming Home, I'd Rather Leave While I'm in Love (both co-written by Carole Bayer Sager)

Mark May and the Agitators - Lights Are on But Nobody's Home (Albert Collins)

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