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Friday October 9 2015 - Harry "Sweets" Edison

Count Basie & His Orch., "Every Tub," Complete Decca Recordings (Decca)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Shorty George," Complete Decca Recordings (Decca)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Jive at Five," Complete Decca Recordings (Decca)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Twelfth Street Rag," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Moten Swing," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Easy Does It," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Count Basie & His Orch., "Broadway," America's #1 Band! (Columbia)

Buddy Rich, "Just Blues," West Coast All-Star Sessions (Fresh Sound)

Harry Edison Quartet, "September in the Rain," At the Haig 1953 (Fresh Sound)

Harry Edison Quartet, "Indiana," At the Haig 1953 (Fresh Sound)

Harry Edison & His Orch., "Hollering at the Watkins," Sweets (Verve)

Harry Edison & His Orch., " Our Love Is Here to Stay," Sweets (Verve)

Billie Holiday, "Come Rain, Come Shine," Songs for Distingué Lovers (Verve)

Harry Edison, "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?" The Swinger/Mr. Swing (Verve)

Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges, "Stompy Jones," Side by Side (Verve)

Joe Williams & Harry "Sweets" Edison, "There's a Small Hotel," Together/Have a Good Time (Blue Note)

Harry "Sweets" Edison, "Embraceable You," Ben & Sweets (Columbia)

"Sweets" Edison & "Lockjaw" Davis, "Oo-ee!" Jawbreakers (Riverside/OJC)

Oscar Peterson & Harry Edison, "Days of Wine and Roses," Oscar Peterson & Harry Edison (Pablo/OJC)

Harry "Sweets" Edison, "'E,'" Edison's Lights (Pablo)

Seth Markow has been playing piano since age 7, clarinet (now bass clarinet) since 9, and has been a dedicated jazz fan since he was 13. He has bachelor's and master's degrees in music composition, has played and studied African and Asian music, and is a longtime member of the Javanese orchestra Gamelan Kyai Gandrung. He has also played in jazz, blues, rock, reggae, and world beat bands, as well as various classical ensembles. A radio host since 1976 and a Hawaii resident since 1979, his jazz show The Real Deal began in 1983 and has been heard on HPR-2 since that stream went on the air in 1989.
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