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    Sentimental Journeys on Midday Jazz

    Rob says “Let’s take a sentimental journey and soak up another magnificent Canadian sunset. Misty stardust will probably be falling on us too.” But how does he know that Carmen McRae, Harry Connick Jnr, Julie London (picture curtesy of Last…

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    Cool Jazz with Rob on Midday Jazz

    Rob Scott has a date next Saturday night, with the Late Late Show. He’s hanging out that it will include a beautiful tale from Deanna, the “Lady with the Angel Eyes.” I wonder if Jack Jones, Blossom Dearie, Count Basie…

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    Easy Street on Midday Jazz

    My gal Sal knows that, although it’s a rainy night in Georgia, No 42 on Easy Street is the place to be until the real thing comes along. If Janet Seidel, James Morrison, Carolyn Daly or Count Basie had ever…

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    Rob Scott Midday Jazz

    Rob says “When Johnny comes marching home, I’ll give him just one wave to remind him as if it was only yesterday. Maybe fans of Herbie Hancock, Janet Seidel, Paul Desmond and Lisa Stansfield would be more generous.” Listen to…

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    Deep Musings on Midday Jazz

    Rob says “After a stormy Monday evening’s performance, the entertainer just kept breezin’ along on subsequent nights that week telling one beautiful tale after another.” Anita O’Dea, Lou Rawles, Julie O’Hara and Luiz Bonfa would have been impressed! Find out…

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    Rob’s Midday Jazz

    Rob Scott says “What a difference a day makes! At last the beast is no longer moanin’. Is that cheering from Coleman Hawkins, Etta James, Mark Isaacs and Marie Wilson that I can hear?” Maybe we can get Rob to…

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    Flying To The Moon on Midday Jazz

    Rob Scott is pleading “Please, please, please fly me to the moon. Otherwise my romance will be well and truly in the sweet bye and bye.”  Go figure! Meanwhile he’s gonna play songsters like Julie London, James Morrison, Frances Madden…

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    Margie’s Letter on Midday Jazz

    Rob says “Margie, why don’t you do it right? Your letter from home is better than anything I could dream up. Please just don’t show Stan Getz, Carmen McRae, Richard Harris or Maree Montgomery though.” What could Rob mean? You’ll…