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Bill McCann
(Last Update: 4/12/2008)
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Music Department: Jazz
Years a WCDB DJ: 31¼
Year Started: 1985
Show Times
Saturday  8:00AM - 12:00PM
"The Saturday Morning Edition of Jazz"  [Jazz]
The Capital District's best in jazz, since 1985. This award winning show (Best Jazz DJ - Metroland) is a great mix of classic and new mainstream jazz.
Show Playlist
AristSong Title
WOODY HERMAN BIG BANDTHINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE
LOUIS ARMSTRONG & DUKE ELLINGTONDUKE'S PLACE
DUKE ELLINGTONHARLEM SPEAKS/EAST ST. LOUIS TOODLE-OO
DUKE ELLINGTONCREOLE LOVE CALL
DUKE ELLINGTONLAZY RHAPSODY (AKA SWANEE RIVER RHAPSODY)
DUKE ELLINGTONDAYBREAK EXPRESS
DUKE ELLINGTON AND ELLA FITZGERALDSOPHISTICATED LADY
DUKE ELLINGTONSUMMERTIME
DUKE ELLINGTONNIGHT CREATURE/SECOND MOVEMENT
DUKE ELLINGTONPIE EYE BLUES
DUKE ELLINGTONJEEP'S BLUES
BILLIE HOLIDAYSOLITUDE
JUDY COLLINSI DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT YOU
JUDY COLLINSSONG FOR DUKE
DUKE ELLINGTONBLOWIN IN THE WIND
DUKE ELLINGTONTOURIST POINT OF VIEW
DUKE ELLINGTONTHE TATTOOED BRIDE
DUKE ELLINGTONMATUMBA
SMITHSONIAN JAZZ MASTERWORKS ORCHESTRACASHMERE CUTIE
JOHNNY MATHISDAYDREAM
DUKE ELLINGTONJUMP FOR JOY
DUKE ELLINGTON W/ MAHALIA JACKSONCOME SUNDAY
DUKE ELLINGTONKING FIT THE BATTLE OF ALABAM
DUKE ELLINGTONACHT O'CLOCK ROCK
JOE JACKSON AND IGGY POPIT DON'T MEAN A THING IF IT AIN'T GOT THAT SWING
WILLIE NELSONDON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE
DUKE ELLINGTONTHINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY USED TO BE