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Throughout life there is one constant that is impossible to escape; at some point you will be waiting for someone or something to happen for longer than you would care to experience. In this hour we will explore some recordings for which we had to wait decades to pass between the time of the recording and ultimate release. Plus, we will hear performances related to the topic of waiting itself.
|Bob James||Serenata||Once Upon a Time:
the Lost 1965 New York Studio Sessions
|Art Blakey &
the Jazz Messengers
|Hipsippy Blues||Just Coolin'|
|Cannonball Adderley||Back Home Blues||Swingin' in Seattle:
Live at the Penthouse (1966-1967)
|Dave Tull||Stoplight at the End of the Street||Texting and Driving|
|Karrin Allyson||Something Worth Waiting for
|Michel Camilo||Hurry Up and Wait||Spirit of the Moment|
|Jim Hall & Pat Metheny||Waiting To Dance||Jim Hall and Pat Metheny|