Night Music: February 14, 2008

Here’s the music playlist from the Feb. 14, 2008 edition of Night Music with Connie G. All tracks played are listed below in the following format:

  • Song Title
  • Album Title
  • Artist Name
  • Label

Summertime
Porgy & Bess
Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald
Verve810049-2

Tell Me A Bedtime Story
Herbie Hancock The complete Warner Bros. Recordings
Herbie Hancock
Warner Bros 9 45732-2

SkyLark
Ray Brown Trio Some of My Best Friends Are Singers
Ray Brown Trio, with Kevin Mahogany vocal
Telarc Jazz CD-83441

Cherokee
Ray Brown Trio Some of My Best Friends Are Singers
Ray Brown Trio, with Dee Dee Bridgwater vocal
Telarc Jazz CD-83441

Freddie Freeloader
Live at Scullers
Ray Brown Trio
Telarc Jazz CD-83405

Nice Work If You Can Get It
Nice Work If You Can Get It
Ella Fitzgerald and Andre Previn
Pablo

In Walked Bud
Slanted
Ron Holloway
Milestone

If You Could See Me Now
Verve Silver Collection
Wes Montgomery
Verve

When I Think of One
Meant to Be!
Fleurine
Blue music

Rhythm-A-Ning
San Francisco Holiday
Thelonious Monk
Milestone

Anything Goes
Tony Bennett Sings The Great American Songbook Vol. 1
Tony Bennett
Columbia

Fly Me To The Moon
Back To Birdland
The George Shearing Quintet
Telarc Jazz CD-83524

Drop Me Off In Harlem
Back To Birdland
The George Shearing Quintet
Telarc Jazz CD-83524

Let’s Cool One
One Special Night
Shawn Montiero with Clark Terry
Whaling City Sound

Just Squeeze Me
Minions Dominion
Delfeayo Marsalis
Troubadour Jass

In The Wee Small Hours of The Morning
A Day Like This
New York Voices
MCG Jazz

Liza
Inglewood Jam Bird & Chet
Charlie Parke & Chet Baker
Time Is Records

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Constance Graffis Huff has served as KSKA’s Director of Operations since 1993 adding Assistant Program Director duties in 1995. Once the program director decides on the program schedule, Connie is responsible for the on-air logs for the station along with promotion and numerous duties assisting the program director.

On-air you hear her anchoring All Things Considered and on the jazz show Night Music every other Saturday night at 8.

Since coming to KSKA in October 1987 as a volunteer board operator and then jazz producer, Connie got her B.A. in Journalism and Public Communications from UAA in 1990. She was hired at KSKA in 1992 as assistant operations director and music director.

Connie arrived in Anchorage from southern California in 1983. She lives with her husband Richard Huff and their two golden retrievers.

chuff (at) alaskapublic (dot) org  |  907.550.8464 | About Constance