Sing Out

Sing Out – April 25, 2018

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Folk and not so acoustic music, hosted by Larry Kelp.

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ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Tonight Sing Out brings you thereunion of a cappella quartetVOCOLOT, a salute to Bob Dorough, who just died at 94ROVA's 40th, and more fun
Vocolotlive in performance studioLinda Hirschhorn, Talia CooperShna Levy and Liz Stuartengineered by Tony Ferro
Vocolot"La Comida" (Ladino folk song, arr. Vocolot)live in performance studioengineer: Tony Ferro
VocolotSarah and Hagar (by Linda)live in performance studio
VocolotGluckstern's Restaurant and Caterers *(commercial from 1950s NYC Yiddish radio station)live in performance studio
Kurt RibakI Think I'm Staying InOnwardRodia Records
Kurt RibakTestifyin'OnwardRodia Records
guest Pat Mullan (trombonist)introduces the all-woman big bandMary Lou's Apartment, concert May 6 atthe Freight & Salvage
Mary Lou's ApartmentShafi (written by Mary Lou Williams)unreleasedn.a.
Mary Lou's ApartmentBen Loves Lu (written by Melba Liston)unreleasedn.a.
Mary Lou WilliamsRoll 'emlive at Keystone Korner 1977High Note
Quincy Jones Big Band (with Melba Liston on trombone)My ReverieLive in Paris Vo 2 1960Mercury
Dutch Jazz OrchestraLonely Moments (written by Mary Lou Williams)The Lady Who Swings the Band
Mary Lou WilliamsWhat's Your Story Morning Glory?Solo Recital (montreux 1978)Original Jazz Classics
Bob Dorough died on Monday atthe age of 94. Here are somefun songs by Bob
Bob Dorough and Dave FrishbergRockin' in rhythmWho's on First? (live in L.A. '99)Blue Note
Bob DoroughI've Got Just About EverythingJust About EverythingEvidence
Bob Dorough"Dog" (poem by Lawrence Ferlinghetti)Beat Jazz (originally Jazz Canto compilation, also called Jazz and Poetry)Pesky Serpent Records
Bob DoroughBetter than AnythingBegining to See the LightLaissez-Faire Records
Bob Dorough and Dave FrishbergI'm HipWho's on First?Blue Note
Bob Dorough and Dave FrishbergConjunction JunctionWho's on First?Blue Note
Henry KaiserFuture BLues / The Jinx BluesAlohaMetalanguage
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