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This mix is the second in a cross genre series all based on the same theme.

To avoid some confusion, no, the direction in the title is nothing more than a marker of difference. The mixes are all collections of place names grouped by genre.

Listen to and/or download this podcast! The Funkomaticjamatron Presents… A Sense of Place, South

NOTE: New “The Funkomaticjamatron Presents…” podcasts are generally posted on Fridays. The show archives are around ten shows deep. Beyond that, if the link isn’t active, the mix has been deleted to make way for new material.

Song – Artist – Album
A Night In Tunisia – The Quintet – Jazz At Massey Hall [Live].
Barbados – Charlie Parker – Best of the Complete Live Performances On Savoy [Live].
St. Thomas – Sonny Rollins – Saxophone Colossus.
April In Paris – Thelonious Monk – Genius Of Modern Music Vol. 1.
Holiday in Harlem – Ella Fitzgerald – The Essential Ella Fitzgerald.
Autumn In New York – Sonny Stitt – The Original Jazz Masters Series, Vol. 1 [Disc 1].
Kansas City Wrinkles – Count Basie – Jazz Masters 2.
Georgia On My Mind – Ray Charles – Billboard Top 100 Of The 1960s.
The Girl From Ipanema – Stan Getz & Asturd Gilberto – Billboard Top 100 Of The 1960s.
Dear Old Stockholm – Miles Davis – ‘Round About Midnight.
Congo Blues – Red Norvo And His Selected Sextet – Charlie Parker: Small Group Sessions 1945-46.
Indiana – The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz: Red, Hot And Cool.
Idaho – Bill Coleman & Guy Lafitte – The Original Jazz Masters Series, Vol.1 [Disc 5].
Stars Fell On Alabama – Billie Holiday – Lady In Autumn: The Best Of The Verve Years [Disc 2].
St. Louis Blues – Louis Armstrong – The Best Of Ken Burns Jazz.
When the Quail Come Back to San Quentin – Artie Shaw – Artie Shaw and His Gramercy Five.


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