Jazz Profiles playlist for 06/20/2010

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Basin Street Blues
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Weather Bird
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No, Papa, No
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Muggles
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St. James Infirmary
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Tight Like This
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West End Blues
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Skip the Gutter
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Baby, Won't You Please Come Home
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Mood Indigo
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Caravan
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Pops' Blues
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Save It Pretty Mama
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Bye Bye Baby
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Smoke Rings
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Shoe Shine Boy
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It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
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Over the Rainbow
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What Am I Here For?
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Earl's Pearl
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If It's True
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One Night in Trinidad
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Chicago
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Fatha Meets Gates
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That's a Plenty
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Fat Babes
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Maple Leaf Rag
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Sweet Georgia Brown
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Rosetta
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Copenhagen
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Angry
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Wolverine Blues
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Rock and Rye
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Cavernism
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Easy Rhythm
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In Swamplands
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Comin' in Home
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Jelly, Jelly
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Windy City Jive
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Swingin' on C
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Yellow Fire
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The Father Jumps
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The Jitney Man
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The Earl
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Second Balcony Jump
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Stormy Monday Blues
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Cotton Tail
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The Blues in My Flat
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You Can Depend on Me
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A Monday Date
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Chicago High Life
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Stowaway
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Chimes in Blues
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Panther Rag
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Just Too Soon
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Blues in Thirds
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Off Time Blues
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Congaine
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Love You Madly
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Sophisticated Lady
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I'm Beginning to See the Light
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Warm Valley
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Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me
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C Jam Blues
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Rhapsody in Blue / A Foggy Day
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Love Is Here to Stay
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They All Laughed
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Some Day You'll Be Sorry
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When It's Sleepy Time Down South
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Jazz profiles subject: Earl "Fatha" Hines I divided this show into three sections, the first featuring Earl Hines with a small group ("Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines" through "Lionel Hampton Presents"), the second featuring Earl Hines with a big band ("South Side Swing" through "Once upon a Time"), and the third featuring Earl Hines as a solo pianist ("A Monday Date" through "My Tribute to Louis").
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