New Finds and Old Favorites with Radio Deluxe

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Saturday, November 09, 2013

When someone says to John, “Nobody’s making music like that anymore,” he sets them straight. Many contemporary artists are still performing and recording “music like that,” and this week John & Jessica present a few of their favorites on a Radio Deluxe episode called WORKING ARTISTS. 

The Playlist:

John Proulx - What a Difference a Day Made (Moon and Sand)

Gregory Porter - The "In" Crowd (Liquid Spirit)

Tony DeSare - Just One of Those Things (Piano)

3 Cohens - Tiger Rag (Family)

Sting - Dead Man's Boots (The Last Ship)

Jessica Molaskey - Heavy Cloud, No Rain (Sitting in Limbo)

Nina Simone - Nobody (After Hours)

Nina Simone - Little Girl Blue (Quiet Now: Night Song)

Diana Krall - Too Marvelous for Words (Quiet Nights)

Ivan Lins - Madalena (Cantando Historias Ivan Lins)

Peter Bernstein - Autumn In New York (Live at Smalls)

Tony DeSare - Autmn Leaves (Piano)

Bill Charlap & Renee Rosnes - Never Will I Marry (Double Portrait)

Larry Fuller Trio - Ray's Idea (Easy Walker)

Michael Buble w/ The Puppini Sisters - Never the Less (To Be Loved)

Kat Edmonson & Lyle Lovett - Long Way Home (Way Down Low)

Melody Gardot - Who Will Comfort Me (Live from SoHo)

Frank Wess - Baubles, Bangles and Beads (Jazz for Playboys)

John Bunch Trio w/ Frank Wess - Change Partners (The John Bunch Trio with Guest Frank Wess Plays the Music of Irving Berlin - Except One)

Nat King Cole - I Never Knew (The Piano Style of Nat King Cole)

Oscar Peterson Trio - Gypsy in My Soul (At the Stratford Shakesperean Festival)

Jerry Douglas & Mumford & Sons - The Boxer (Traveler)

Zoot Sims - Oh, Lady Be Good (Zoot Sims & the Gershwin Brothers)

Hosted by:

Jessica Molaskey and John Pizzarelli

Comments [2]

james from Upper East Side

Somehow, the Artist/Track information associated with the audio stream says only "Radio Deluxe" on Saturday Nov 9th, when on Friday, it was listing artists and song names.

Some of us aren't expert enough to know every tune that might be played, so this metadata is appreciated.

But it is nice to have this... it makes every morning and night a "Sunday afternoon", which is a pleasant little diurnal abnormality.

Nov. 09 2013 12:32 PM
gladys polo from SARASOTA, FL


Nov. 09 2013 10:10 AM

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