APPEARING TODAY  ON THE ALLAN HOLENDER MUSIC PROJECT on wxmr fm 100.7 click and listen today at 4 p.m. pacific 7 p.m. eastern at http://www.wxmrfm.com
  • FRESH FACES: Introducing Carmen Jackson, niece of the legendary Milt Jackson
  • Rare vocal by Chet Baker
  • "Spring is Here": Bud Shank & Lou Levy
  • Frank Sinatra with Nelson Riddle Orchestra- "Spring is Here"
  • " How High The Moon" -Sarah Vaughn- Live session from 1960 in Chicago 
  • Vintage Mel Torme & Friends  Live at Marty's nightclub in New York June 1980
  • George Shearing & Mel Torme teaming up at the JVC Jazz festival in 1986
  • The Rat Pack LIVE at the Kiel Opera House- St. Louis- June 20, 1965 featuring the singing debut of Johnny Carson
  • More Rat Pack LIVE from the Copa Room at the Sands Hotel in 1963
  • Featurette:  "The Death Of Frank Sinatra"
  • Diana Krall Medley accompanied by Guitarist Russell Malone and Bassist Christian McBride. (East of the Sun, They Can't Take That Away From Me, I've Got You Under My Skin)
  • Milt Jackson-"You Leave Me Breathless" 
  • Teddy Wilson & Lester Young- "All Of Me"
  • Houston Persons & Teddy Edwards- "That's All"
  • George Benson- "Lil Darlin"

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GERALD ALBRIGHT
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