Jazz Ballads

The Sound Projector Radio Show
Friday 24th April 2020

  1. The Miles Davis Quintet, ‘My Funny Valentine’
    From Cookin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet, Prestige 1957
  2. The Chico Hamilton Quintet, ‘Voice In The Night’
    From A Different Journey, Reprise 1961
  3. Curtis Counce, ‘How Deep Is The Ocean’
    From You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce!, Contemporary Records 1957
  4. Lou Blackburn, ‘Stella By Starlight’
    From The Complete Imperial Sessions, Blue Note 2006 (recorded in 1963)
  5. Miles Davis, ‘I See Your Face Before Me’
    From The Musings Of Miles, Prestige 1955
  6. Roy Haynes & Booker Ervin, ‘Sketch of Melba’
    From Cracklin’, New Jazz 1963
  7. Count Basie, ‘I’ll Always Be In Love With You’
    From Kansas City 7, Pablo Live 1984
  8. Lee Morgan, ‘Ill Wind’
    From Cornbread, Blue Note 1967
  9. Bill Evans & Lee Konitz, ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’
    From Play the Arrangements of Jimmy Giuffre, Lone Hill Jazz 2005 (recorded in 1959)
  10. The Bill Evans Trio, ‘Time Remembered’
    From Since We Met, Fantasy 1974
  11. Dave Brubeck, ‘Don’t Get Around Much Anymore’
    From All The Things We Are, Atlantic 1976
  12. John Coltrane, ‘Violets For Your Furs’
    From Coltrane, Prestige 1957
  13. John Coltrane, ‘I’ll Wait And Pray’
    From Coltrane Jazz, Atlantic 1961
  14. Ted Curson Quartet, ‘Tears For Dolphy’
    From Tears For Dolphy, Fontana 1965
  15. Duke Ellington, ‘A Hundred Dreams Ago’
    From Piano in the Foreground, Columbia 1963

2 comments

  1. Dear Mr. Pinsent – In this time of lockdown, regular radio show listeners are missing your personal intros, outros, segues, context-setting, commentaries and non-sequiturs. Please might they be restored as part of these on-going home-broadcast shows?

  2. Dear C Joynes

    Thanks for your comment. Nice to hear that my verbal input on the shows is appreciated!
    Technically, it ought to be possible for me to do this at home. It’s a little bit more work in the assembly, but I’ll try for the next one.
    By the way – no show this Friday 1st May – it’s a Resonance anniversary and regular broadcasts are bumped.

    Ed

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