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To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records we present the second in a series of shows tracing the history of jazz's greatest label featuring Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver, Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, Donald Byrd, Dexter Gordon, Jackie McLean, Jimmy Smith, Grant Green, Freddie Hubbard, Hank Mobley, Ike Quebec, Lou Donaldson, Dizzy Reece, Art Taylor and Freddie Redd with Wynton Kelly, Wayne Shorter, Stanley Turrentine, McCoy Tyner, Junior Cook, Curtis Fuller, Blue Mitchell, Cedar Walton, Duke Pearson, Horace Parlan, Tina Brooks, Walter Davis, Jr., Baby Face Willette, Paul Chambers, Reggie Workman, Jymie Merritt, Gene Taylor, Butch Warren ,Herbie Lewis, George Tucker, Billy Higgins, Joe Harris, Donald Bailey, Dave Bailey, Al Harewood, Ben Dixon, Lex Humphries, Louis Hayes and Philly Joe Jones Photo: Dexter Gordon All titles issued on Blue Note [] Dizzy Reece- Groovesville (Star Bright, BLP 4023 and BST 84023, recorded November 19, 1959) Reece- tp; Hank Mobley- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Art Taylor- d [] Hank Mobley- If I Should Lose You (Soul Station, BLP 4031 and BST 84031, recorded February 7, 1960) Mobley- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Art Blakey- d [] Jimmy Smith- Minor Chant (Back at the Chicken Shack, BLP 4117 and BST 84117, recorded April 25, 1960) Stanley Turrentine- ts; Smith- org; Donald Bailey- d [] Donald Byrd- Bo (Byrd in Flight, BLP 4048 and BST 84048, recorded July 10, 1960) Byrd- tp; Jackie McLean- as; Duke Pearson- p; Reggie Workman- b; Lex Humphries- d [] Art Taylor- Cookoo and Fungi (A.T.'s Delight, BLP 4047 and BST 84047, recorded August 6, 1960) Stanley Turrentine- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Taylor- d; Patato Valdes- cga [] Freddie Redd- Blues-Blues-Blues (Shades of Redd, BLP 4045 and BST 84045, recorded August 13, 1960) Jackie McLean- as; Tina Brooks- ts; Redd- p; Paul Chambers- b; Louis Hayes- d [] Lou Donaldson- A Foggy Day (Here 'Tis, BLP 4066 and BST 84066, recorded January 23, 1961) Donaldson- as; Grant Green- g; Baby Face Willette- org; Dave Bailey- d [] Grant Green- Miss Ann's Tempo (Grant's First Stand, BLP 4064 and BST 84064, recorded January 28, 1961) Green- g; Baby Face Willette- org; Ben Dixon- d [] Dexter Gordon- It's You or No One (Doin' Allright, BLP 4077 and BST 84077, recorded May 6, 1961) Freddie Hubbard- tp; Gordon- ts; Horace Parlan- p; George Tucker- b; Al Harewood- d [] Freddie Hubbard- Birdlike (Ready for Freddie, BLP 4085 and BST 84085, recorded August 21, 1961) Hubbard- tp; Wayne Shorter- ts; Bernard McKinney- euph; McCoy Tyner- p; Art Davis- b; Elvin Jones- d [] Ike Quebec- Minor Impulse (Blue and Sentimental, BLP 4098 and BST 84098, recorded December 16, 1961) Quebec- ts; Grant Green- g; Paul Chambers- b; Philly Joe Jones- d [] Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers- Backstage Sally (Buhaina's Delight, BLP 4104 and BST 84104, recorded December 18, 1961) Freddie Hubbard- tp; Wayne Shorter- ts; Curtis Fuller- tb; Cedar Walton- p; Jymie Merritt- b; Blakey- d [] Jackie McLean- Omega (Let Freedom Ring, Blue Note BLP 4106 and BST 84106, recorded March 19, 1962) McLean- as; Walter Davis Jr.- p; Herbie Lewis- b; Billy Higgins- d; [] Herbie Hancock- Three Bags Full (Takin' Off, BLP 4109 and BST 84109, recorded May 28, 1962) Freddie Hubbard- tp; Dexter Gordon- ts; Hancock- p; Butch Warren- b; Billy Higgins- d [] Horace Silver- The Tokyo Blues (The Tokyo Blues, BLP 4110 and BST 84110, recorded July 13, 1962) Blue Mitchell- tp; Junior Cook- ts; Silver- p; Gene Taylor- b; Joe Harris- d [] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribu te, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 133: A History of Blue Note, part 1 Celebrate the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records with the first in a series of shows tracing the history of jazz's greatest label 138: The Time Machine 5: May to August 1959 Another trip back in time to hear great jazz recorded 50 years ago, between May and August 1959 131: The Time Machine 4: Jan- Apr 1959 A trip back 50 years to hear jazz recorded January to April, 1959 118: The Time Machine 3: Sep- Dec 1958 Another trip back in time to hear jazz recorded September to December 1958 117: Silver Jubilee! An 80th birthday tribute to pianist and composer Horace Silver
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Great jazz performances recorded live featuring Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Thelonious Monk, Cannonball Adderley, Lee Morgan, Elvin Jones, The Jazz Crusaders and Charles Tolliver with Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Dave Liebman, Paul Desmond, Joe Zawinul, Charlie Rouse, Steve Grossman, Nat Adderley, Bennie Maupin, John Hicks, Harold Maber, Ron Carter, Reggie Workman, Herbie Lewis, Jymie Merritt, Gene Perla, Gene Wright, Larry Gales, Ben Riley, Joe Morello, Mickey Roker, Alvin Queen, Roy McCurdy and Tony Williams [1'13] Elvin Jones- The Children, Save the Children (Live at the Lighthouse, Volume 2, Blue Note 1972) David Liebman- ss; Steve Grossman- ts; Gene Perla- b; Jones- d; live at the Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California [8'58] Thelonious Monk- Ba-lue Bolivar Ba-lues-are (Live at the It Club- Complete, Columbia 1964) Charlie Rouse- ts; Monk- p; Larry Gales- b; Ben Riley- d; live at the It Club, Los Angeles [17'59] Miles Davis- Stella by Starlight (The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel, Columbia 1965) Davis- tp; Wayne Shorter- ts; Herbie Hancock- p; Ron Carter- b; Tony Williams- d; live at the Plugged Nickel, Chicago [32'14] The Jazz Crusaders- Native Dancer (Lighthouse '68, Pacific Jazz 1967) Wayne Henderson- tb; Wilton Felder- ts; Joe Sample- p; Buster Williams- b; Stix Hooper- d; live at the Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California [41'09] Dave Brubeck- Koto Song (Summit Sessions, Columbia 1966) Paul Desmond- as; Brubeck- p; Eugene Wright- b; Joe Morello- d; live in Karlsruhe [49'11] Charles Tolliver- Grand Max (Live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival aka Grand Max, Strata East 1972) Tolliver- tp; John Hicks- p; Reggie Workman- b; Alvin Queen- d; live at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival, Holland [60'13] Cannonball Adderley- Requiem for a Jazz Musician (Money in the Pocket, Capitol 1966) Nat Adderley- cor; C. Adderley- as; Joe Zawinul- p; Herbie Lewis- b; Roy McCurdy- d; live at The Club, Chicago [70'43] Lee Morgan- Nommo (Live at the Lighthouse [CD version], Blue Note 1970) Morgan- tp; Bennie Maupin- ts, fl, bcl; Harold Mabern- p; Jymie Merritt- b; Mickey Roker- d live at the Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach, California [88'28] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 126: The World's Greatest Jazz Concert 11 The great jazz artists captured live
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The long awaited return of illasounds with another trip back in time to hear great jazz recorded 50 years ago, between May and August 1959 featuring John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, Horace Silver, Dave Brubeck, Oscar Peterson, Chet Baker, Thelonious Monk, Donald Byrd, Jimmy Smith, Jackie McLean, Kenny Burrell, Coleman Hawkins, Benny Golson, Sonny Stitt, Andre Previn, Curtis Fuller, Harold Land, Ira Sullivan and Walter Davis Jr with Red Garland, Tommy Flanagan, Charlie Rouse, Don Cherry, Paul Desmond, Johnny Griffin, Pepper Adams, Junior Cook, Blue Mitchell, Thad Jones, Booker Ervin, Roland Hanna, Horace Parlan, Elmo Hope, Ray Bryant, John Handy, Percy France, Paul Chambers, Charlie Haden, Ray Brown, Sam Jones, Red Mitchell, Eugene Wright, Eugene Taylor, Dannie Richmond, Shelly Manne, Ed Thigpen, Pete LaRoca, Billy Higgins, Joe Morello, Louis Hayes and Art Taylor All tracks recorded 1959 [1'13] Jackie McLean- Minor Apprehension (New Soil, Blue Note) Donald Byrd- tp; McLean- as; Walter Davis Jr- p; Paul Chambers- b; Pete LaRoca- d; recorded May 2 [8'43] John Coltrane- Giant Steps (Giant Steps, Atlantic) Coltrane- ts; Tommy Flanagan- p; Paul Chambers- b; Art Taylor- d; recorded May 5 [13'26] Charles Mingus- Open Letter to Duke (Mingus Ah Um, Columbia) John Handy- as, cl; Booker Ervin- ts; Curtis Porter- ts, as; Willie Dennis- tb; Horace Parlan- p; Mingus- b; Dannie Richmond- d; recorded May 12 [19'12] Sonny Stitt & Oscar Peterson- The Gypsy (Sonny Stitt Sits in With the Oscar Peterson Trio, Verve) Stitt- as; Peterson- p; Ray Brown- b; Ed Thigpen- d; recorded May 18 [22'35] Curtis Fuller- Blues-ette (Blues-ette, Savoy) Fuller- tb; Benny Golson- ts; Tommy Flanagan- p; Jimmy Garrison- b; Al Harewood- d; recorded May 21 [28'04] Ornette Coleman- Eventually (The Shape of Jazz to Come, Atlantic) Coleman- as; Don Cherry- cor; Charlie Haden- b; Billy Higgins- d; recorded May 22 [32'24] Jimmy Smith- I Got a Woman (Home Cookin', Blue Note) Percy France- ts; Smith- org; Kenny Burrell- g; Donald Bailey- d; recorded May 24 [36'17] Donald Byrd- The Injuns (Byrd in Hand, Blue Note) Byrd- tp; Charlie Rouse- ts; Pepper Adams- bars; Walter Davis, Jr- p; Sam Jones- b; Art Taylor- d; recorded May 31 [42'20] Thelonious Monk- Jackie-ing (Five by Monk by Five, Riverside) Thad Jones- cor; Charlie Rouse- ts; Monk- p; Sam Jones- b; Art Taylor- d; recorded June 4 [48'26] Benny Golson- Staccato Swing (Gone With Golson, Prestige) Golson- ts; Curtis Fuller- tb; Ray Bryant- p; Tom Bryant- b; Al Harewood- d; recorded June 20 [53'12] Dave Brubeck- Kathy's Waltz (Time Out, Columbia) Paul Desmond- as; Brubeck- p; Eugene Wright- b; Joe Morello- d; recorded June 25 [57'59] Chet Baker- Almost Like Being in Love (Plays the Best of Lerner & Loewe, Riverside) Baker- tp; Herbie Mann- ts; Zoot Sims- as, ts; Pepper Adams- bars; Bob Corwin- p; Earl May- b; Clifford Jarvis- d; recorded July 22 [62'49] Ira Sulivan- Wilbur's Tune (Blue Stroll, Delmark) Sullivan- tp; Johnny Griffin- as; Jodie Christian- p; Vic Sproles- b; Wilbur Campbell- d; recorded July 26 [68'51] Oscar Peterson- It's All Right With Me (Oscar Peterson Plays Cole Porter, Verve) Peterson- p; Ray Brown- b; Ed Thigpen- d; recorded July or August [71'42] Walter Davis, Jr- Minor Mind (Davis Cup, Blue Note) Donald Byrd- tp; Jackie McLean- as; Davis- p; Sam Jones- b; Art Taylor- d; recorded August 2 [78'05] Coleman Hawkins & Red Garland- Red Beans (Coleman Hawkins with the Red Garland Trio, Swingville) Hawkins- ts; Garland- p; Doug Watkins- b; Specs Wright- d; recorded August 12 [82'18] Harold Land- The Fox (The Fox, Contemporary) Dupree Bolton- tp; Land- ts; Elmo Hope- p; Herbie Lewis- b; Frank Butler- d; recorded August [87'50] Andre Previn- Something's Coming (West Side Story, Contemporary) Previn- p; Red Mitchell- b; Shelly Manne- d; recorded August 24 or 25 [90'21] Kenny Burrell- 36-23-36 (On View at the Five Spot Cafe, Blue Note) Burrell- g; Roland Hanna- p; Ben Tucker- b; Art Blakey- d; recorded August 25 [94'04] Horace Silver- Sister Sadie (Blowin' the Blues Away, Blue Note) Blue Mitchell- tp; Junior Cook- ts; Silver- p; Eugene Taylor- b; Louis Hayes- d; recorded August 30 [100'19] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 131: The Time Machine 4: Jan- Apr 1959 A trip back 50 years to hear jazz recorded January to April, 1959 118: The Time Machine 3: Sep- Dec 1958 Another trip back in time to hear jazz recorded September to December 1958 133: A History of Blue Note, part 1 Celebrate the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records with the first in a series of shows tracing the history of jazz's greatest label
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A 100th birthday celebration of tenor saxophonist Ben Webster featuring tracks from the albums Soulville, Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson, King of the Tenors, See You at the Fair, The Soul of Ben Webster, Ben Webster and Associates, Music for Loving, Music With Feeling, Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster (with Coleman Hawkins), Ben and Sweets (with Harry 'Sweets' Edison) and The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 8 (with Art Tatum) featuring Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum, Teddy Wilson, Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Harry 'Sweets' Edison, Hank Jones, Herb Ellis, Billy Strayhorn, Al Haig, Hot Lips Page, Jimmy Jones, Les Spann, Ray Brown, Oscar Pettiford, Big Sid Catlett and Jo Jones All titles feature Ben Webster, tenor saxophone, with- [1'01] Sophisticated Lady (Music for Loving, Norgran 1954) Teddy Wilson- p; Ray Brown- b; Jo Jones- d [4'04] Frog And Mule (Haven 1946) Al Haig- p; Bill De Arango- g; John Simmons- b; Big Sid Catlett- d [7'11] Soulville (Soulville, Verve 1957) Oscar Peterson- p; Herb Ellis- g; Ray Brown- b; Stan Levey- d [15'13] with Duke Ellington- Five O'Clock Drag (Victor 1941) Wallace Jones, Ray Nance- tp; Rex Stewart- cor; Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown- tb; Juan Tizol- vtb; Barney Bigard- cl, ts; Johnny Hodges- cl, as; Otto Hardwick- as; Harry Carney- cl, as, bars; Fred Guy- g; Jimmie Blanton- b; Sonny Greer- d [18'25] with Harry 'Sweets' Edison- My Romance (Ben and Sweets, Columbia 1962) Edison- tp; Hank Jones- p; George Duvivier- b; Clarence Johnson- d [24'30] Teezol (radio broadcast 1943 or 1944) Hot Lips Page- tp; Clyde Hart- p; Charlie Drayton- b; Denzil Best- d [27'16] with Art Tatum- All the Things You Are (The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 8, Pablo 1956) Tatum- p; Red Callender- b; Bill Douglass- d [34'27] Blue Skies (Savoy 1944) Johnny Guarnieri- p; Oscar Pettiford- b; David Booth- d [37'43] Chelsea Bridge (Music With Feeling, Norgran 1954) Tony Scott- cl; Billy Strayhorn- p, arr; George Duvivier- b; Louie Bellson- d; strings [41'37] with Duke Ellington- Cotton Tail (Victor 1940) Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams- tp; Rex Stewart- cor; Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown- tb; Juan Tizol- vtb; Barney Bigard- cl, ts; Johnny Hodges- cl, as; Otto Hardwick- as; Harry Carney- cl, as, bars; Fred Guy- g; Jimmie Blanton- b; Sonny Greer- d; Ellington & Webster- arr [44'48] That's All (King of the Tenors, Norgran 1953) Harry 'Sweets' Edison- tp; Benny Carter- as; Oscar Peterson- p; Herb Ellis- g; Ray Brown- b; Alvin Stoller- d [48'35] with Coleman Hawkins- Blues for Yolande (Coleman Hawkins Encounters Ben Webster, Verve 1957) Hawkins- ts; Oscar Peterson-p; Herb Ellis-g; Ray Brown-b; Alvin Stoller-d [55'19] Old Folks (Mercury 1951) Maynard Ferguson- tp; Benny Carter- as; Gerald Wiggins- p; John Kirby- b; George Jenkins- d [58'13] Dark Corners (Haven 1946) Idrees Sulieman- tp; Tony Scott- cl; Argonne Thornton- p; Bill De Arango- g; John Simmons- b; Big Sid Catlett- d [61'12] with Oscar Peterson- The Touch of Your Lips (Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson, Verve 1959) Peterson- p; Ray Brown- b; Ed Thigpen- d [67'28] with Teddy Wilson: 71 (Columbia 1940) Karl George, Doc Cheatham, Harold 'Shorty' Baker- tp; Floyd Brady- tb; Pete Clark- cl, as, bars; Rudy Powell- cl, as; George Irish- ts; Wilson- p; Al Casey- g; Al Hall- b; J.C. Heard- d; Webster- arr [70'30] Time After Time (Ben Webster and Associates, Verve 1959) Jimmy Jones- p; Les Spann- g; Ray Brown- b; Jo Jones- d [75'03] with Duke Ellington- All Too Soon (Victor 1940) Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams- tp; Rex Stewart- cor; Joe Nanton, Lawrence Brown- tb; Juan Tizol- vtb; Barney Bigard- cl, ts; Johnny Hodges- cl, as; Otto Hardwick- as; Harry Carney- cl, as, bars; Fred Guy- g; Jimmie Blanton- b; Sonny Greer- d [78'32] See You at the Fair (See You at the Fair, Impulse 1964) Hank Jones- p; Richard Davis- b; Osie Johnson- d [84'43] When I Fall in Love (The Soul of Ben Webster, Verve 1958) Art Farmer- tp; Harold Ashby- ts; Jimmy Jones- p; Mundell Lowe- g; Milt Hinton- b; Dave Bailey- d [89'39] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 125: Blue Rhythm Fantasies Classic jazz from the swing era, 1936 - 1944 119: Brother 'Ball: A Tribute to Cannonball Adderley An 80th birthday celebration of saxophonist Cannonball Adderley 116: Shorter Moments- A Birthday Tribute to Wayne Shorter A 75th birthday tribute to saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter 113: The Battle of the SaxesThe great jazz saxophonists meet face to face
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Mellow, soulful jazz for the early hours featuring Stan Getz, Joe Lovano, James Carter, David Murray, Jim Hall, George Coleman, Red Rodney, Bobby Watson, Howard Alden, Steve Grossman, Charles McPherson and Dusko Goykovich with Kenny Barron, Hank Jones, Tommy Flanagan, John Hicks, Harold Mabern, David Kikoski, Michael Weiss, Craig Taborn, Gil Goldstein, George Mraz, Eddie Gomez, Cecil McBee, Ray Drummond, Paul Motian, Billy Higgins, Andrew Cyrille, Victor Lewis, Marvin 'Smitty' Smith and Elvin Jones Photo: Joe Lovano [1'14] Bob Berg- All the Way (Another Standard, Stretch 1997) Berg- ts; David Kikoski- p; Ed Howard- b; Gary Novak- d [6'47] Bobby Watson- The Love We Had Yesterday (Love Remains, Red 1986) Watson- as; John Hicks- p; Curtis Lundy- b; Marvin 'Smitty' Smith- d [12'43] Howard Alden- No More (A Good Likeness, Concord 1993) Alden- g; Michael Moore- b; Alan Dawson- d [17'13] Stan Getz- Yours and Mine (Bossas and Ballads: The Lost Sessions, Verve 1989) Getz- ts; Kenny Barron- p; George Mraz- b; Victor Lewis- d [25'10] Dusko Goykovich- I'll Close My Eyes (Soul Connection, Enja 1993) Goykovich- tp; Tommy Flanagan- p; Eddie Gomez- b; Mickey Roker- d [32'57] Joe Lovano- Autumn in New York (Joyous Encounter, Blue Note 2005) Lovano- ts; Hank Jones- p; George Mraz- b; Paul Motian- d [42'51] George Coleman- Old Folks (My Horns of Plenty, Verve 1991) Coleman- as; Harold Mabern- p; Ray Drummond- b; Billy Higgins- d [56'32] Jim Hall- Prelude to a Kiss (All Across the City, Concord 1989) Hall- g; Gil Goldstein- p; Steve LaSpina- b; Terry Clarke- d [61'19] David Murray- Ballad for David (Jazzosaurus Rex, Red Baron 1993) Murray- ts; John Hicks- p; Ray Drummond- b; Andrew Cyrille- d [67'05] Charles McPherson- My Funny Valentine (First Flight Out, Arabesque 1994) McPherson- as; Michael Weiss- p; Peter Washington- b; Victor Lewis- d [72'36] Red Rodney- If You Could See Me Now (Then and Now, Chesky 1992) Rodney- flh; Garry Dial- p; Jay Anderson- b; Jimmy Madison- d [78'23] Steve Grossman- Till There Was You (Time to Smile, Dreyfus 1993) Grossman- ts; Willy Pickens- p; Cecil McBee- b; Elvin Jones- d [84'06] James Carter- 'Round Midnight (The Real Quiet Storm, Atlantic 1995) Carter- bars; Craig Taborn- p [90'08] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 124: 'Round Midnight 11 Cool, mellow jazz for the early hours 110: The World's Greatest Jazz Concert- 'Round Midnight 10 Mellow, late night jazz recorded live
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Piano, bass, drums- Music by great piano trios featuring Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, The Bad Plus, Red Garland, Kenny Barron, Erroll Garner, Paul Bley, Ahmad Jamal, Marian McPartland, Cedar Walton, Sonny Clark, Monty Alexander, Mulgrew Miller, Bobo Stenson, Mary Lou Williams, Tete Montoliu and Hilton Ruiz with Dave Holland, Paul Chambers, Buster Williams, John Pattitucci, Gary Peacock, Rufus Reid, Ira Coleman, Jimmy Rowser, Israel Crosby, Anders Jormin, David Williams, Rusty Gilder, Wyatt Ruther, Kent Carter, Booker Collins, Philly Joe Jones, Billy Higgins, Paul Motian, Barry Altschul, Jon Cristensen, Daniel Humair, Dave Weckl, Marvin 'Smitty' Smith, Akira Tana, Specs Wright, Vernel Fournier, Eugene 'Fats' Heard, Troy Davis, Joe Corsello and Ben Thigpen Photo: Ahmad Jamal with Israel Crosby and Vernel Fournier [1'13] Monty Alexander- You Make Me Feel So Young (Echoes of Jilly's, Concord 1996) Alexander- p; John Patitucci- b; Troy Davis- d [5'17] Kenny Barron- Scratch (Scratch, Enja 1985) Barron- p; Dave Holland- b; Daniel Humair- d [10'33] Marian McPartland- Trouble is a Man (Plays the Music of Alec Wilder, Halcyon 1973) McPartland- p; Rusty Gilder- b; Joe Corsello- d [13'43] Red Garland- Satin Doll (Red Garland at the Prelude, Prestige 1959) Garland- p; Jimmy Rowser- b; Specs Wright- d [19'55] The Bad Plus- 1979 Semi-Finalist (Give, Columbia 2004) Ethan Iverson- p; Reid Anderson- b; David King- d [25'12] Mary Lou Williams- Clean Pickin' (1936) Williams- p; Booker Collins- b; Ben Thigpen- d [27'55] Chick Corea- Spain (The Chick Corea Akoustic Band, GRP 1989) Corea- p; John Patitucci- b; Dave Weckl- d [33'47] Cedar Walton- Afternoon in Paris (Manhattan Afternoon, Criss Cross 1992) Walton- p; David Williams- b; Billy Higgins- d [40'42] Bobo Stenson- T. (Serenity, ECM 2000) Stenson- p; Anders Jormin- b; Jon Christensen- d [47'18] Sonny Clark- Tadd's Delight (Sonny Clark Trio, Blue Note 1957) Clark- p; Paul Chambers- b; Philly Joe Jones- d [53'14] Hilton Ruiz- One for Hakim (Piano Man, Steeplechase 1975) Ruiz- p; Buster Williams- b; Billy Higgins- d [57'32] Erroll Garner- Exactly Like You (Contrasts, EmArcy 1954) Garner- p; Wyatt Ruther- b; Eugene 'Fats' Heard- d [60'42] Paul Bley- Start (Touching, Arista Freedom 1965) Bley- p; Kent Carter- b; Barry Altschul- d [68'58] Ahmad Jamal- Stompin' at the Savoy (Ahmad Jamal, Argo 1958) Jamal- p; Israel Crosby- b; Vernel Fournier- d [73'11] Tete Montoliu- Like Someone in Love (A Spanish Treasure, Concord 1992) Montoliu- p; Rufus Reid- b; Akira Tana- d [79'18] Keith Jarrett- Bye Bye Blackbird (At the Deer Head Inn, ECM 1992) Jarrett- p; Gary Peacock- b; Paul Motian- d [89'13] Mulgrew Miller- Song for Darnell (Keys to the City, Landmark 1985) Miller- p; Ira Coleman- b; Marvin 'Smitty' Smith- d [95'39] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 129: The Real McCoy A 70th birthday celebration of the music of pianist McCoy Tyner 117: Silver Jubilee! An 80th birthday tribute to pianist and composer Horace Silver
An 80th birthday tribute to saxophonist, composer and arranger Benny Golson featuring tracks from the albums Groovin' With Golson, Meet the Jazztet*, Domingo, Gone With Golson, The Other Side of Benny Golson, Big City Sounds*, The Modern Touch, Gettin' With It, New York Scene, Turning Point, Another Git Together*, Take a Number from 1 to 10, Live, That's Funky, Free, Moanin'** and Birks' Works*** [* with the Jazztet; ** with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers; *** with Dizzy Gillespie] with Curtis Fuller, Art Farmer, Dizzy Gillespie, Lee Morgan, McCoy Tyner, Wynton Kelly, Nat Adderley, Tommy Flanagan, Kenny Dorham, J.J. Johnson, Bobby Timmons, Mulgrew Miller, Gigi Gryce, Cedar Walton, Jimmy Cleveland, Sahib Shihab, Monty Alexander, Ray Bryant, Benny Harris, Grachan Moncur III, Harold Mabern, Tom McIntosh, Ron Carter, Paul Chambers, Jymie Merrit, Ray Drummond, Max Roach, Art Blakey, Albert 'Tootie' Heath, Marvin 'Smitty' Smith, Philly Joe Jones, Jimmy Cobb, Charli Persip, Roy Haynes and Art Taylor All tracks feature Benny Golson (tenor saxophone), with: [1'14] Are You Real? (The Other Side of Benny Golson, Riverside 1958) Curtis Fuller- tb; Barry Harris- p; Jymie Merritt- b; Philly Joe Jones- d [6'49] Mad About the Boy (Free, Argo 1962) Tommy Flanagan- p; Ron Carter- b; Art Taylor- d [14'05] with the Jazztet- This Nearly Was Mine (Another Git Together, Mercury 1962) Art Farmer- tp; Grachan Moncur III- tb; Harold Mabern- p; Herbie Lewis- b; Roy McCurdy- d [20'30] with Dizzy Gillespie- Left Hand Corner (Birks' Works, Verve 1957) Gillespie- tp; Talib Daawud, Lee Morgan, Ermet Perry, Carl Warwick- tp; Al Grey, Melba Liston- tb; Rod Levitt- btb; Ernie Henry, Jimmy Powell- as; Billy Mitchell- ts; Billy Root- bars; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul West- b; Charli Persip- d [22'49] Domingo (Domingo, Dreyfus 1991) Curtis Fuller- tb; Kevin Hays- p; James Genus- b; Tony Reedus- d [30'39] The Touch (Take a Number from 1 to 10, Argo 1960) Nick Travis, Bernie Glow- tp; Willie Ruff- Frh; Hal McKusick- ts; Sol Schlinger- bars; Tommy Williams- b; Albert 'Tootie' Heath- d [35'55] Autumn Leaves (Gone With Golson, New Jazz 1959) Curtis Fuller- tb; Ray Bryant- p; Tom Bryant- b; Al Harewood- d [42'42] Venetian Breeze (The Modern Touch, Riverside 1957) Kenny Dorham- tp; J.J. Johnson- tb; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Max Roach- d [48'20] Blues March (That's Funky, Arkadia Jazz 2000) Nat Adderley- tp; Monty Alexander- p; Ray Drummond- b; Marvin 'Smitty' Smith- d [56'53] I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Groovin' With Golson, New Jazz 1959) Curtis Fuller- tb; Ray Bryant- p; Paul Chambers- b; Art Blakey- d [62'16] with the Jazztet- Five Spot After (Dark Big City Sounds, Argo 1960) Art Farmer- tp; Tom McIntosh- tb; Cedar Walton- p; Tommy Williams- b; Albert 'Tootie' Heath- d [65'33] with Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers- Along Came Betty (Moanin', Blue Note 1958) Lee Morgan- tp; Bobby Timmons- p; Jymie Merritt- b; Blakey- d [71'41] Just By Myself (New York Scene, Contemporary 1957) Art Farmer- tp; Gigi Gryce- as; Sahib Shihab- bars; Julius Watkins- Frh; Jimmy Cleveland- tb; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Charli Persip- d [75'48] Jam the Avenue (Live, Dreyfus 1989) Mulgrew Miller- p; Peter Washington- b; Tony Reedus- d [86'59] with the Jazztet- Easy Living (Meet the Jazztet, Argo 1960) Art Farmer- tp; Curtis Fuller- tb; McCoy Tyner- p; Addison Farmer- b; Lex Humphries- d [90'32] The Masquerade is Over (Turning Point, Mercury 1962) Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Jimmy Cobb- d [95'09] Tippin' on Thru (Gettin' With It, New Jazz 1959) Curtis Fuller- tb; Tommy Flanagan- p; Doug Watkins- b; Art Taylor- d [101'49] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 115: The Art of Art Farmer- A Birthday Tribute An 80th birthday tribute to jazz trumpeter/ flugelhornist Art Farmer 131: The Time Machine 4: Jan- Apr 1959 A trip back 50 years to hear jazz recorded January to April, 1959 118: The Time Machine 3: Sep- Dec 1958 Another trip back in time to hear jazz recorded September to December 1958
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Blue Note Records we present the first in a series of shows tracing the history of jazz's greatest label featuring Miles Davis, Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, Sonny Rollins, Lee Morgan, Horace Silver, Jimmy Smith, Donald Byrd, Hank Mobley, Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Kenny Burrell, Lou Donaldson, Johnny Griffin, J.J. Johnson, Sidney Bechet, Tadd Dameron, Sonny Clark, Albert Ammons, Elmo Hope and Herbie Nichols with Fats Navarro, Clifford Brown, Kenny Dorham, Jimmy Heath, Wynton Kelly, Benny Golson, John Lewis, Tommy Flanagan, Curtis Fuller, Charlie Rouse, Pepper Adams, Meade 'Lux' Lewis, Walter Davis Jr, Frank Foster, Paul Chambers, Percy Heath, Roy Haynes, Philly Joe Jones, Art Taylor and Max Roach Photo: Thelonious Monk with label founder, Alfred Lion All titles issued on Blue Note [1'14] Albert Ammons- Melancholy (single 1, recorded January 6, 1939) Ammons- p [5'16] Sidney Bechet- Summertime (single 6, recorded June 8, 1939) Bechet- ss; Meade 'Lux' Lewis- p; Teddy Bunn- g; Johnny Williams- b; Big Sid Catlett- d [9'28] Tadd Dameron- The Squirrel (The Fabulous Fats Navarro, Volume 1, BLP 5004, recorded September 26, 1947) Fats Navarro- tp, Ernie Henry- as, Charlie Rouse- ts, Dameron- p, Nelson Boyd- b, Shadow Wilson- d [12'25] Thelonious Monk- Suburban Eyes (Genius of Modern Music, Volume 2, 10" LP BLP 5009 and 12" LP BLP 1511, recorded October 15, 1947) Idrees Sulieman- tp; Danny Quebec West- as; Billy Smith- ts; Monk- p; Gene Ramey- b; Art Blakey- d [15'24] Bud Powell- Bouncing With Bud (The Amazing Bud Powell, Volume 1, 10" LP BLP 5003 and 12" LP BLP 1503, recorded August 9, 1949) Powell- p; Tommy Potter- b; Roy Haynes- d [18'25] Elmo Hope- Mo Is On (New Faces- New Sounds, 10" LP BLP 5029, recorded June 18, 1953) Hope- p; Percy Heath- b; Philly Joe Jones- d [21'12] J.J. Johnson- Capri (Jay Jay Johnson with Clifford Brown, 10" LP BLP 5028 and The Eminent J.J. Johnson, Volume 1, BLP 1505, recorded June 22, 1953) Clifford Brown- tp; Jimmy Heath- ts; Johnson- tb; John Lewis- p; Percy Heath- b; Kenny Clarke- d [24'48] Miles Davis- Take Off (Miles Davis, Volume 3, 10" LP BLP 5040 and Miles Davis, Volume 2, 12" LP BLP 1502, recorded March 6, 1954) Davis- tp; Horace Silver- p; Percy Heath- b; Art Blakey- d [28'25] Herbie Nichols- The Gig (Herbie Nichols Trio, BLP 1519, recorded August 1, 1955) Nichols- p; Al McKibbon- b; Max Roach- d [32'46] Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers- The Theme (At the Cafe Bohemia, Volume 1, BLP 1507, recorded November 23, 1955) Kenny Dorham- tp; Hank Mobley- ts; Horace Silver- p; Doug Watkins- b; Blakey- d [38'55] Kenny Burrell- Now See How You Are (Kenny Burrell, Volume 2, BLP 1543, recorded March 12, 1956) Frank Foster- ts; Burrell- g; Tommy Flanagan- p; Oscar Pettiford- b; Shadow Wilson- d [44'44] Johnny Griffin- Nice and Easy (Introducing Johnny Griffin, BLP 1533, recorded April 17, 1956) Griffin- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Curly Russell- b; Max Roach- d [49'02] Jimmy Smith- Judo Mambo (Jimmy Smith at the Organ, Volume 3, BLP 1525, recorded June 18, 1956) Smith- org; Thornel Schwartz- g; Donald Bailey- d [54'31] Horace Silver- Cool Eyes (Six Pieces of Silver, BLP 1539, recorded November 10, 1956) Donald Byrd- tp; Hank Mobley- ts; Silver- p; Doug Watkins- b; Louis Hayes- d [60'23] Lee Morgan- Mesabi Chant (Lee Morgan, Volume 2, BLP 1557, recorded March 24, 1957) Morgan- tp; Gigi Gryce- as; Benny Golson- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Charli Persip- d [66'30] Sonny Rollins- Wail March (Sonny Rollins, Volume 2, BLP 1558, recorded April 14, 1957) Rollins- ts; J.J. Johnson- tb; Horace Silver- p; Paul Chambers- b; Art Blakey- d [72'37] Sonny Clark- Dial 'S' for Sonny (Dial 'S' for Sonny, BLP 1570, recorded July 21, 1957) Art Farmer- tp; Curtis Fuller- tb; Hank Mobley- ts; Clark- p; Wilbur Ware- b; Louis Hayes- d [80'00] Hank Mobley- High and Flighty (Peckin' Time, BLP 1574, recorded February 9, 1958) Lee Morgan- tp; Mobley- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Charli Persip- d recorded February 9 [86'05] Lou Donaldson- Blues Walk (Blues Walk, BLP 1593, recorded July 28, 1958) Donaldson- as; Herman Foster- p; Peck Morrison- b; Dave Bailey- d; Ray Barretto- cga; recorded July 28 [92'41] Donald Byrd- Devil Whip (Byrd in Hand, BLP 4019, recorded May 31, 1959) Byrd- tp; Charlie Rouse- ts; Pepper Adams- bars; Walter Davis Jr- p; Sam Jones- b; Art Taylor- d [97'20] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 131: The Time Machine 4: Jan- Apr 1959 A trip back 50 years to hear jazz recorded January to April, 1959 126: The World's Greatest Jazz Concert 11 The great jazz artists captured live 118: The Time Machine 3: Sep- Dec 1958 Another trip back in time to hear jazz recorded September to December 1958 117: Silver Jubilee! An 80th birthday tribute to pianist and composer Horace Silver 109: Morganized! A Tribute to Lee Morgan A 70th birthday tribute to the great jazz trumpeter 106: Bebop Lives! Bebop brilliance from the early 1950s
An 80th birthday celebration of jazz guitarist Joe Pass featuring tracks from the albums Virtuoso, For Django, Joy Spring, Live at Yoshi's, Catch Me, I Remember Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson et Joe Pass à la Salle Pleyel (with Oscar Peterson), Fitzgerald & Pass... Again (with Ella Fitzgerald), Virtuoso #2, Portraits of Duke Ellington, On Time (with Les McCann), Ira, George and Joe, Chops, Finally, One for My Baby and Virtuoso #3 with Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Clare Fischer, Plas Johnson, Gerald Wiggins, John Pisano, Mike Wofford, Ray Brown, Jim Hughart, Red Mitchell, Albert Stinson, Monty Budwig, Leroy Vinnegar, Andy Simpkins, Albert 'Tootie' Heath, Ron Jefferson, Bobby Durham and Colin Bailey All tracks feature Joe Pass (guitar), with: [1'14] Grooveyard (Virtuoso #2, Pablo 1976) [5'56] Rosetta (For Django, Pacific Jazz 1964) John Pisano- g; Jim Hughart- b; Colin Bailey- d [9'02] Lover Man (Chops, Pablo 1978) Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen- b [14'34] Bay City Blues (One for my Baby, Pablo 1988) Plas Johnson- ts; Gerald Wiggins- p; Andy Simpkins- b; Albert 'Tootie' Heath- d [21'38] Out of Nowhere [Concept I] (I Remember Charlie Parker, Pablo 1979) [26'56] Falling in Love With Love (Catch Me, Pacific Jazz 1963) Clare Fischer- org; Albert Stinson- b; Colin Bailey- d [32'42] with Oscar Peterson: Blues for Bise (Oscar Peterson et Joe Pass à la Salle Pleyel, Pablo 1975) Peterson- p [38'53] The Song is You (Live at Yoshi's, Pablo 1992) John Pisano- g; Monty Budwig- b; Colin Bailey- d [45'02] Sultry (Virtuoso #3, Pablo 1977) [49'30] with Les McCann: On Time (On Time, Pacific Jazz 1962) McCann- p; Leroy Vinnegar- b; Ron Jefferson- d [53'45] with Ella Fitzgerald: I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues (Fitzgerald & Pass... Again, Pablo 1976) Fitzgerald- vcl [57'50] Oh Lady Be Good (Ira, George and Joe, Pablo 1981) John Pisano- g; Jim Hughart- b; Shelly Manne- d [62'09] Stompin' at the Savoy (Virtuoso Live, Pablo 1991) [67'16] The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (Joy Spring, Blue Note 1964) Mike Wofford- p; Jim Hughart- b; Colin Bailey- d [74'18] Have You Met Miss Jones? (Finally, EmArcy 1992) Red Mitchell- b [79'45] In a Mellow Tone (Portraits of Duke Ellington, Pablo 1974) Ray Brown- b; Bobby Durham- d [86'05] How High the Moon (Virtuoso, Pablo 1974) [91'04] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 122: Consciousness Fiery fusion from the greats of jazz rock guitar 119: Brother 'Ball: A Tribute to Cannonball Adderley An 80th birthday celebration of saxophonist Cannonball Adderley 117: Silver Jubilee! An 80th birthday tribute to pianist and composer Horace Silver
A trip back 50 years to hear jazz recorded January to April, 1959 featuring Miles Davis, Horace Silver, Charles Mingus, Milt Jackson & John Coltrane, Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges, Thelonious Monk, Ornette Coleman, Coleman Hawkins, Wynton Kelly, Red Garland, Chet Baker, Gil Evans, Kenny Dorham, Cecil Taylor, Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis & Jimmy Giuffre and Blue Mitchell with Bill Evans, Cannonball Adderley, Benny Golson, Jackie McLean, Donald Byrd, Hank Jones, Don Cherry, Booker Ervin, Pepper Adams, Phil Woods, Charlie Shavers, Horace Parlan, Cedar Walton, Junior Cook, John Handy, Jimmy Knepper, Tiny Grimes, Ted Curson, Bill Barron, Paul Chambers, Sam Jones, Percy Heath, Jimmy Cobb, Philly Joe Jones, Shelly Manne, Art Taylor, Louis Hayes, Dannie Richmond, Connie Kay and Art Blakey All tracks recorded 1959 [1'13] Blue Mitchell- When the Saints Go Marching In (Out of the Blue, Riverside) Mitchell- tp; Benny Golson- ts; Wynton Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Art Blakey- d; recorded January 5 [8'14] Milt Jackson & John Coltrane- Bags & Trane (Bags & Trane, Atlantic) Coltrane- ts; Jackson- vib; Hank Jones- p; Paul Chambers- b; Connie Kay- d; recorded January 15 [15'36] Chet Baker- Time on My Hands (You in My Arms) (Chet, Riverside) Baker- tp; Bill Evans- p; Paul Chambers- b Philly Joe Jones- d; recorded January 19 [20'05] Horace Silver- Finger Poppin' (Finger Poppin', Blue Note) Blue Mitchell- tp; Junior Cook- ts; Silver- p; Gene Taylor- b; Louis Hayes- d; recorded January 31 [24'48] Gil Evans- Joy Spring (Great Jazz Standards, Pacific Jazz) Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Danny Stiles- tp; Jimmy Cleveland, Curtis Fuller- tb; Rod Levitt- btb; Earl Chapin- Frh; Bill Barber- tu; Steve Lacy- ss; Eddie Caine- as, fl; Budd Johnson- ts, cl; Evans- p; Ray Crawford- g; Tommy Potter- b; Elvin Jones- d; recorded February 2 [27'36] Charles Mingus- My Jelly Roll Soul (Blues and Roots, Atlantic) John Handy, Jackie McLean- as; Booker Ervin- ts; Pepper Adams- bars; Willie Dennis, Jimmy Knepper- tb; Horace Parlan- p; Mingus- b; Dannie Richmond- d; recorded February 4 [34'22] Kenny Dorham- Blue Spring (Blue Spring, Riverside) Dorham- tp; Cannonball Adderley- as; Cecil Payne- bars; David Amram- Frh; Cedar Walton- p; Paul Chambers- b; Jimmy Cobb- d; recorded February 18 [40'33] Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges: Loveless Love (aka Careless Love) (Back to Back, Verve) Harry 'Sweets' Edison- tp; Hodges- as; Les Spann- g; Sam Jones- b; Jo Jones- d; recorded February 20 [47'37] Thelonious Monk- Little Rootie Tootie (At Town Hall, Riverside) Donald Byrd- tp; Eddie Bert- tb; Bob Northern- Fr; Phil Woods- as; Charlie Rouse- ts; Pepper Adams- bars; Jay McAlister- tu; Monk- p; Sam Jones- b; Art Taylor- d; recorded February 28 [56'26] Miles Davis- So What (Kind of Blue, Columbia) Davis- tb; Cannonball Adderley- as; John Coltrane- ts; Bill Evans- p; Paul Chambers- b; Jimmy Cobb- d; recorded March 2 [65'47] Ornette Coleman- Tomorrow Is The Question! (Tomorrow Is The Question!, Contemporary) Don Cherry- tp; Coleman- as; Percy Heath- b; Shelly Manne- d; recorded March 9 or 10 [68'55] Wynton Kelly- On Green Dolphin Street (Kelly Blue, Riverside) Kelly- p; Paul Chambers- b; Jimmy Cobb- d; recorded March 10 [73'35] Herb Ellis & Jimmy Giuffre- Goose Grease (Herb Ellis Meets Jimmy Giuffre, Verve) Art Pepper, Bud Shank- as; Richie Kamuca- ts; Giuffre- ts, bars, arr; Lou Levy- p; Ellis, Jim Hall- g; Joe Mondragon- b; Stan Levey- d; recorded March 26 [76'36] Barney Kessel- Runnin' Wild (Some Like It Hot, Contemporary) Joe Gordon- tp; Art Pepper- reeds; Jimmie Rowles- p; Kessel, Jack Marshall- g; Monty Budwig- b; Shelly Manne- d; recorded March 30 or 31 [79'56] Coleman Hawkins- Through for the Night (Hawk Eyes, Prestige) Charlie Shavers- tp; Hawkins- ts; Tiny Grimes- g; Ray Bryant- p; George Duvivier- b; Osie Johnson- d; recorded April 3 [85'04] Cecil Taylor- Little Lees (Louise) (Love for Sale, United Artists) Ted Curson- tp; Bill Barron- ts; Taylor- p; Buell Neidlinger- b; Dennis Charles- d; recorded April 15 [94'07] Red Garland- He's a Real Gone Guy (Red in Bluesville, Prestige) Garland- p; Sam Jones- b; Art Taylor- d; recorded April 17 [99'15] This podcast is made possible with your PayPal contributions. Please use the link below to contribute, or visit illasounds.podomatic.com and look for the Paypal button in the right hand column. Thank you. Click the green arrow below to stream the show to your PC, or choose the 'download' option to save the file. If you enjoy this podcast, try these: 118: The Time Machine 3: Sep- Dec 1958 Another trip back in time to hear jazz recorded September to December 1958

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