blues,bop &beyond

with will constantine jr

Thursday, January 20, 2005
11:00 to 13:00
Rock/etc
other shows

ArtistSongAlbumLabelCommentsNew
Billy Bang SextetThe Glow of AwarenessThe Fire from WithinSoul NoteViolinist Bang interprets the work of writer Carlos Casataneda. This 1984 release features him with Ahmed Abdullah (trumpet), Oscar Sandees (guitar), William Parker (bass), Thurman Barker (marimba) and John Betsch (drums).
The Dom Minasi TrioI Got It Bad and That ain't GoodTakin' the Duke OutCDM RecordsGuitarist / leader Minasi reinterprets in a refreshingly abstract , yet lyrical way. This 2001 date features Ken Filiano on bass and Jackson Krall on drums.
Giuseppi LoganWretched SaturdayMoreESPGiuseppi here on alto sax with Don Pullen , Eddie Gomez and Milford Graves.Recorded in 1965.
Max RoachTrypitch: Prayer / Protest / PeaceFreedom Now SuiteColumbiaThis 1960 recording was originally released on the " Candid" label, as no major label would touch it during the Civil Rights era. This track is a duet between Max and singer Abbey Lincoln.Other cuts feature Coleman Hawkins, Booker Little, Babatunde Olatunji among others. THIS LP IS A CLASSIC !
Lee KonitzDuplexityThe Lee Konitz DuetsMilestoneThis track features Lee on tenor sax and Ray Nance on violin. 1967 date.
Yeah NoBorn in the AirSwell HenrySquealer"Yeah No" is headed by reedist Chris Speed and olso features trumpeter Cuong Vu, bassist Skuli Sverrison and drummer Jim Black,.*
Max Roach Double QuartetCisEasy WinnersSoul NoteThis 1985 release features Max being joined by Odean Pope, Cecil Bridgewater and Tyrone Brown as well as the Uptown String Quartet.
Samarai CelestialNew FormalationCosmic Gold MillenniumCarrot Top Records1997 release from the drummer / leader. Disc one (the jazz disc) features Bobby Zankel on alto sax, Tyrone Hill on trombone, Rick Iannacone on guitar and Jason Oettel on bass. Disc 2 (the funk disc) features Celestial overdubbing various instuments and vocals.
Cecil Taylor and Max RoachDuets -Part 4Historic ConcertsSoul NoteRecorded live at McMillin theatre at Columbia University in New York City December 15, 1979.
Albert Ayler[untitled] / Truth is Marching InHoly GhostRevenantA 9 CD box set featuring rare/ previously unreleased material. This track recorded in Cleveland in 1966.*