blues, bop & beyond

with will constantine jr

Thursday, July 23, 2015
11:00 to 14:00
other shows

Astor PiazzolaSoledadLa Camorra: The Solitude of Passionate ProvocationAmerican ClaveReleased in 1989.
Hino / Kikuchi / TogashiThe Saphire WayTriple HelixEnja RecordsA 1993 date.
Jose JamesGood Morning HeartacheYesterday I Had The BluesBlue NoteReleased in 2015.*
Harry AllenThe PeacocksTenors Anyone?Slider Music/JTC Music GroupRecorded in 1996.
Bobby Zankel SeptetHeart TreasureEmerging From the EarthCadence Jazz RecordsA 1994 date.
Ornette ColemanThe Garden of SoulsNew York Is Now!Blue Note2014 vinyl reissue of this 1960's date.*
Louis Prima1) Angelina/Zooma Zooma (2) Sing, Sing, SingCollectors SeriesCapitolReleased in 1991.
Louis Prima & Phil HarrisI Wan'na Be Like YouThe Jungle BookWalt DisneyRecorded between 1964 & 1967.
Louis PrimaIn a Little Spanish TownThe New SoundsLouis Prima2002 CD issue of this 1960's date.
Louis PrimaBrooklyn BoogiePlay Pretty for the PeopleSavoy JazzBig Band dates from the 1940's.
Louis PrimaFelicia No CapiciaStrictly PrimaCapitol1958
Sam Butera and the WildestJump, Jive And WailSheer EnergyJasmine
Lester BowieSardegna AmoreThe 5th PowerBlack SaintReleased in 1978.
Joe Lovano & Dave DouglasTo Sail Beyond the SunsetSound PrintsBlue NoteA 2015 release.
Russ NolanUncommon Air/GroundCall It What You WantRhinocerussReleased in 2015.*
Cal TjaderLeyteDescargaFantasyOriginally from "Live at the Funky Quarters", a 1972 date.
Bola JohnsonE Zuku BuzoNigerian Compilation? C
Cal TjaderBang BangPrimoFantasyReleased in 1973.
Tito Rodriguez & his OrchestraCara de PayasoMambo Mania!Rhino Records1962 C
Machito & his OrchestraTangaMambo Mania!Rhino Records1965 C
Tito Puente & his OrchestraMambo BeatThe Best of Tito Puente, volume 1RCA/BMGThis track was recorded in 1957.*
Pete RodriguezGuaguanco de AmorEl Conde NegroDestiny RecordsReleased in 2015.*
Cal TjaderMi GuaguancoCal Tjader's Latin ConcertFantasyA 1958 date.
Cal TjaderBlack OrchidHere and ThereFantasy1992 reissue of this 1976 date, originally issued as "Guarabe".