blues,bop &beyond

with will constantine jr

Thursday, October 19, 2006
11:00 to 13:00
other shows

Ken PeplowskiSingle Petal of a RoseThe Other PortraitConcord ConcertoA solo clarinet piece from Ken's 1996 jazz / classical release that features the Bulgarian National Symphony as well as his own quartet.
The David S. Ware QuartetAutumn LeavesBalladWareThirsty Ear2006 release, David's tenor sax joined by Matthew Shipp, William Parker and Guillermo E. Brown.*
Charles Gayle TrioWhat's NewLive at Glenn Miller Cafeayler recordsCharles is on alto sax with Gerald Benson on bass and Michael Wimberly on drums. A 2006 release.*R
Bobby Zankel SeptetHeart TreasureEmerging from the EarthCadenceRecorded in 1994, Bobby's alto sax joined by Stan Slotter (trumpet & flute), Tyrone Brown (bass), John Blake (violin), Uri Caine (piano), Ralph Peterson Jr. (drums) and ron Howerton on percussion.
Ray Vega Latin Jazz SextetK.D.Pa' LantePalmettoThe trumpeter's 2001 release with Bobby Porcelli on alto sax, Igor Atalita on piano, Boris Kozlov on bass, Willie Martinez on drums and Wilson "Chembo" Corniel on congas.
Quincy JonesKiller JoeWalking in SpaceA&MQuincy remakes the Benny Golson classic.R
Jimmy SmithSmall's MinorCool BluesBlue NoteLive recordings from Small's Paradise in N.Y.C. 1958.
Don CherryThe ThingWhere is Brooklyn?Blue NoteRecorded in 1966 with Pharoah Sanders, Henry Grimes and Ed Blackwell. A 2005 CD reissue.*
Kidd Jordan/Hamid Drake/William ParkerForeverPalm of SoulAUM Fidelity2006 release.*
Thomas Chapin TrioAlphavilleNight Bird SongKnitting Factory RecordsRecorded in 1992, released in 1999. The late multi-reed and woodwind player is joined here by Mario Pavone on bass and Michael Sarin on drums.
New Orleans Rhythm KingsEccentricJazz Archives No. 4VillageA 1922 date from one of the earliest jazz bands that ever recorded.
Blind Willie JohnsonIf I Had my Way I'd Tear the Building DownDark was the NightCOLUMBIA LEGACY1927
Charles GayleThy PeaceConsecrationBlack Saint1993
Tom LawtonWaxing ScachterianRetrospective / DebutDreambox MediaRecorded in 2003, Tom's piano joined by Ben Schachter, John Swana, Lee Smith and Jim Miller.