Midday Jazz with Dick Conte

Midday Jazz with Dick Conte

August 21, 1998

Guest DJ: Clay Ryder
The recording captured 2:03:53 of this morning's show from 10:00am - 12:04pm.

The original high fidelity stereo recording of this show was lost. This version is a re-creation using high quality sources for the music and the available aircheck for the announcers. Due to the limitations in splicing sources, there may be some audio degradation or imbalance evident.

Artist Track Album
Nat Adderley Sack 'o Woe Work Song
Australian Jazz Quintet +1 Jazz in D minor, part I Australian Jazz Quintet +1
Ben Sidran Little Sherry Bop City
Dizzy Gillespie Hey Pete, Let's Eat More Meat Dizziest
Charlie Parker Fine and Dandy One Night in Washington
Count Basie and Joe Williams Everyday I Have the Blues Basie Swings Williams Sings
Little Charlie and the Nightcats Gerontology Straight Up
Eddie Jefferson Jeannine The Main Man
Charles Earland Undecided Mama Roots
Lou Rawls Cottage for Sale Shades of Blue
Eddie Harris Gone Home Exodus to Jazz
Thelonious Monk Bemsha Swing Live at the It Club
Wayne Shorter Harry's Last Stand Introducing Wayne Shorter
Steve Ray Vaughn Gone Home Soul to Soul
Ramsey Lewis Carmen Ramsey Lewis and his Gentlemen of Swing
Take 6 Sunday's on the Way So Much 2 Say
Ray Charles Moanin' Genius + Soul = Jazz
Horace Silver Doodlin' Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers
Wynton Marsalis Think of One Think of One
Ron McCroby Mayberry RFD The Other Whistler
Horace Silver SeƱor Blues Sterling Silver
Duke Robilard The Trouble with Me is You After Hours Swing Session

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