The Feeling of Jazz

Clark Terry, jazz flugelhorn and trumpet player.

The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on Clark Terry (Hr-1)

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The Feeling of Jazz, program # 198 airing January 18, 2015 featured a spotlight on jazz trumpeter and flugelhorn player Clark Terry (born December 14, 1920) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee presented music by artists like Gerry Mulligan, Frank Morgan, Johnny Hartman and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.

9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length

1. The Lady is a Tramp, Gerry Mulligan, Compact Jazz – Gerry Mulligan, Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart, 5:12 min.
2. Swahili, Clark Terry, Clark Terry, Quincy Jones, 6:07 min.
3. Neil’s Blues, Frank Morgan, Frank Morgan (GNP Crescendo Records), Frank Morgan, 5:00 min.
4. Rockin’ and Rhythm, Clark Terry, The Happy Horns of Clark Terry, Duke Ellington, 4:37 min.
5. Tenderly, Johnny Hartman, All of Me, Gross-Lawrence, 3:18 min.
6. Diminuendo & Crescendo in Blue, Clark Terry, C-Jam All Stars, Duke Ellington, 5:27 min.
7. Blues in My Heart, Scott Hamilton, After Hours, Benny Carter, 6:23 min.
8. Swinging the Blues, Clark Terrty, Spacemen, Count Basie, 5:02 min.
9. Easy Living, Ray Brown Trio feat. Joe Lovano-Tenor Sax, Some of My Best Friends are… Sax Players, Leo Robin-Ralph Rainger, 6:10 min.


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