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Something Blue – Wild – April 28, 2018

This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Debbie Deyo, Cecile McLorin Salvant, and Seamus Blake. For more about the show visit the Something Blue website at http://sbblues.com.

Don’t miss Something Blue, Saturday night at 10:00 PM CST, at http://kasu.org.

Debbie Deyo – When You Live Alone CD
https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/debbiedeyo2

Seamus Blake – Stranger Things Have Happened CD
https://www.seamusblake.com/home

Cecile McLorin Salvant – Dreams and Daggers CD
http://www.cecilemclorinsalvant.com/



Debbie Deyo, How Insensitive

Welcome to Something Blue. I’m Hairy Larry and I’ve got the blues, for you.

Cécile McLorin Salvant, Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues
Debbie Deyo, Whisper Not

All right now, from Debbie Deyo’s “When You Live Alone” CD that was “Whisper Not”. Kicking us off tonight she played “How Insensitive”. We also heard Cecile McLorin Salvant sing “Wild Women Don’t Have The Blues”.

Something Blue is broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at http://kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. For more about the show and to listen anytime visit the Something Blue website at http://sbblues.com.

Cécile McLorin Salvant recorded her album, “Dreams and Daggers”, live at the Village Vanguard in New York City. Here she is singing “The Best Thing For You (Would Be Me)” followed by Seamus Blake playing “Taurus People”.

Cécile McLorin Salvant, The Best Thing for You (Would Be Me)
Seamus Blake, Taurus People

Debbie Deyo, All The Things You Are
Seamus Blake, Perk

Now that’s what I’m talking about. From his CD, “Stranger Things Have Happened”, that was Seamus Blake playing “Perk”. Before that we heard Debbie Deyo do the jazz standard, “All The Things You Are”.

Something Blue is broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at http://kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. Tonight we’re featuring jazz musicians who are performing today. For more great contemporary jazz visit my blog, 21st Century Jazz Composers at http://21centjazz.com.

Ok now, here’s Cécile McLorin Salvant singing “My Man’s Gone Now” followed by Seamus Blake playing “Happenstance”. Until next time this is Hairy Larry reminding you once again, blues is the mainstream.

Cécile McLorin Salvant, My Man’s Gone Now
Seamus Blake, Happenstance

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