Jazz Time with Steve Williams

Jazz Time with Steve Williams Playlist for December 24th, 2017



Salt Peanuts, Charlie Parker
Green Haze, Miles Davis
Peppermint Patty, Vince Guaraldi
“Let it Snow, Let it Snow”, Count Basie Orchestra with Ellis Marselis
Twelve Days of Christmas, Sam Pilafian and Frank Vignola
The Christmas Song, Mel Torme
Blue Christmas, Houston Person
White Christmas, Etta James
Christmas Waltz, Oscar Peterson
Deck the Halls, Richard Stoltzman
XMas is the Warmest Day of the Year, Wayne Bergeron
The Little Drummer Boy, Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band
Santarriffic, “Harry Connick, Jr.”
I Like Snow, Karrin Allyson
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Hot Club of Detroit
Jingle Bells, Ray Brown Trio & Marlena Shaw
Silent Night, New York Voices
No Place Like Home for the Holidays, Sergio Salvatore
I Like the Sunrise, Nnena Freelon and John Brown Big Band
Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Bill Evans Trio
A Beebop Carol, Plas Johnson
SnowFall, Tony Bennett
“Let it Snow, Let it Snow”, Craig Larson Trio and Friends
No Place Like Home for the Holidays, Joe Pass
What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?, “Harry Connick, Jr.”
We Three Kings, Ellis Marsalis
Peace Round, Yellowjackets
Mistletoe and Holly, Frank Sinatra
Jingle Bell Rock, Dean Martin
This Christmas, University of Utah Jazz Band
Home for the Holidays, Betty Carter
First Snow, Al Dimeola
We Wish You a Merry Christmas, Boots Randolph and Tommy Newsome
I Want a Smile for Christmas, Freddy Cole
Cool Yule, Kurt Elling
I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, Eliane Elias
Frosty the Snowman, David Leonhardt Jazz Group
Holiday Lovin’, Anna Wilson
Silent Night, Dave Brubeck
“Baby, It’s Cold Outside”, Lou Rawls and Dianne Reeves
Winter Wonderland, Ted Rosenthal Trio
Christmas Rag, Kurt Bestor
White Bird, David LaFlamme
Skating, David Benoit
“Mr. Williams’ Opus, Steve’s Blues”, Craig Larson Quartet

Jazz Time with Steve Williams
"Jazz Time with Steve Williams" features live performances, interviews, commentary, history, a local jazz calendar of events, and of course music – curated by legendary radio host Steve Williams. From ragtime to bop, from Havana to Paris to Salt Lake City, from Billie Holiday to Joe Lovano, Steve is your guide through the many varieties Produced by KCPW Studios
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