The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on Lionel Hampton (Hr-1)
The Feeling of Jazz, program # 191 airing November 23, 2014 featured the father of the modern jazz vibes, Lionel Leo Hampton (April 20, 1908 – August 31, 2002), in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee featured music from artists like Horace Silver, Count Basie with vocalist Sarah Vaughan and Slide Hampton. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.
9 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length
1. Always, Lionel Hampton, The Complete Lionel Hampton Quartets and Quintets with Oscar Peterson on Verve, Irving Berlin, 7:58 min.
2. Soft Winds, Lionel Hampton, The Comnplete Lionel Hampton Quartets and Quintets with Oscar Peterson on Verve,Fletcher Henderson, 6:10 min.
3. Moonglow, Gene Krupa Quartet with Lionel Hampton & Teddy Wilson, The Complete 1955 Session, Delange-Hudson, 5:56 min.
4. Romeo is Gone Now, Lionel Hampton and His All-Stars, (Same as artist), Lionel Hampton, 6:25 min.
5.Gladys (alternate), Stan Getz-Lionel Hampton, Hamp and Getz, Lionel Hampton, 6:13 min.
6. Juicy Lucy, Horace Silver, Horace Silver 1959, Horace Silver, 5:45 min.
7. If I Were a Bell, Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan (v), Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan, Frank Loesser, 2:41 min.
8. Lester Leaps In, Slide Hampton and the World of Trombones, Sprit of the Horn, Lester Young, 6:08 min.