The Feeling of Jazz, program # 289 airing June 4, 2017 featured a spotlight on former jazz baritone saxophone player who became a composer, arranger and band conductor Manny Albam (June 24, 1922 – October 2, 2001) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Bill Satterlee was off this week. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.
8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album, Composer, Time length 1. Poor Dr. Millmoss, Manny Albam with His Orchestra, Jazz Greats of Our Times Vol. 1, Many Albam, 5:29 min.2. I Got Plenty of Nothing, Nat Adderley, Branching Out (Orig. LP: 'S Wonderful, The Jazz Greats Play George Gershwin, George Gershwin, 4:59 min.3. All Too Soon, Manny Albam, Jazz Greats of Our Times Vol. 1, Duke Ellington, 5:05 min.4. Billie's Bounce, Johnny Griffin, Five Birds and a Monk, Charlie Parker, 5:21 min.5. Jive at Five, Manny Albam, Jazz Greats of Our Times Vol. 1, Harry Edison-Count Basie, 4:55 min.6. Do Nothig 'Til You Hear from Me, Ahmad Jamal; I Remember Duke, Hoagy and Strayhorn; Duke Ellington, 5:52 min.7. Thruway, Manny Albam, Manny Albam and His Jazz Greats: Jazz New Yrok, Manny Albam, 3:33 min.8. Minor Mood, Barney Kessel-Shelly Manne-Ray Brown, The Very Best of the Jazz Giants (Orig. LP: The Poll Winners), Barney Kessel, 3:18 min.9. Soul Junction, Red Garland, The Birth of Soul Jazz - Soul Junction (Chrome Dreams), Red Garland, 15:27 min.