Real Deal Playlists 2014

Saturday, July 26:

JOANNE BRACKEEN

Stan Getz, "Lady Sings the Blues," Stan¹s Party (Steeplechase)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Remembering," Ancient Dynasty (Tappan Zee/Columbia)

JoAnne Brackeen Trio, "Just One of Those Things," Havin' Fun (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen & Special Friends, "Stardust," Fi-Fi Goes to Heaven (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen & Special Friends, "Fi-Fi Goes to Heaven," Fi-Fi Goes to Heaven (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Curved Space," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "It Could Happen to You," Live at Maybeck Recital Hall (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Seu Encanto (The Face I Love)," Breath of Brazil (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Loro," Breath of Brazil (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Where Legends Dwell," Where Legends Dwell (Ken)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Children's Games," Take a Chance (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Take a Chance," Take a Chance (Concord)

JoAnne Brackeen, "Beethoven Meets the Millennium in Spain," Pink Elephant Magic (Arkadia)

JoAnne Brackeen, "If I Were a Bell," Popsicle Illusion (Arkadia)

JoAnne Brackeen, "What's Your Choice, Rolls Royce?" Pink Elephant Magic (Arkadia)

 

Friday, July 25:

JOHNNY HODGES

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Hot Feet," Jungle Nights in Harlem (Bluebird/RCA)

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Hot and Bothered," The Essential Collection: 1927-1962 (Columbia)

Mills' Ten Blackberries, "Rent Party Blues," Duke Ellington: Early Ellington (Decca)

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)," Essential Collection: 1927-1962 (Columbia)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Pyramid," Duke's Men: Small Groups, Vol. 2 (Columbia)

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "On the Sunnyside of the Street," Hot Mallets (Bluebird)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Jitterbug's Lullaby," Duke's Men: Small Groups, Vol. 2 (Columbia)

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "In a Mellotone," Never No Lament (Bluebird/RCA)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Day Dream," Passion Flower (Bluebird/RCA)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Good Queen Bess," Passion Flower (Bluebird/RCA)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "That's the Blues Old Man," Passion Flower (Bluebird/RCA)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Squatty Roo," Passion Flower (Bluebird/RCA)

Duke Ellington & His World Famous Orch., "Passion Flower," Collection: ¹46-47 Recordings (Hindsight)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Standing Room Only," Complete 1951-1955 Sessions (Mosaic)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch., "Passion (A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing)," Complete 1951-1955 Sessions (Mosaic)

Duke Ellington, "Jeep's Blues," At Newport (Columbia)

Duke Ellington, "The Star-Crossed Lovers," Such Sweet Thunder (Columbia)

Duke Ellington, "All of Me," Jazz Party (Columbia)

Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges, "Squeeze Me," Side by Side (Verve)

Johnny Hodges, "The Things You Miss," Complete Verve Small Group Sessions 1956-1961 (Mosaic)

Johnny Hodges, "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," With Billy Strayhorn & the Orchestra (Verve)

Duke Ellington, "Isfahan," The Far East Suite (Bluebird/RCA)

Duke Ellington, "Blood Count," And His Mother Called Him Bill (Bluebird/RCA)

Frank Sinatra & Duke Ellington, "Indian Summer," Francis A. & Edward K. (Reprise)

Duke Ellington, "Blues for New Orleans," New Orleans Suite (Atlantic)

 

Saturday, July 19:

R.I.P. CHARLIE HADEN, Part 2

Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden “My Old Flame “ Last Dance (ECM)

Ornette Coleman “Ramblin’” Change of the Century (Atlantic)

Ornette Coleman “The Face of the Bass“ Change of the Century (Atlantic)

Denny Zeitlin “Later “ Mosaic Select (Mosaic)

Denny Zeitlin “Skippying “ Mosaic Select (Mosaic)

Keith Jarrett “Southern Smiles “ Shades (Impulse)

Keith Jarrett “Bop-Be “ Bop-Be (Impulse)

Joshua Redman “Blues for Pat “ Wish (Warner Bros.)

Geri Allen “Law Years “ Segments (DIW)

Geri Allen “La Pasionaria “ Segments (DIW)

Charlie Haden “Nightfall “ Nocturne (Verve)

Enrico Pieranunzi “Waltz for Ruth “ Special Encounter (Cam Jazz)

Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden “It Might as Well Be Spring “ Last Dance (ECM)

 

Friday, July 18:

R.I.P. CHARLIE HADEN, Part 1

Charlie Haden, "The Blessing," Quartet West (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "Song for Che," Liberation Music Orchestra (Impulse)

Charlie Haden, "For Turiya," Closeness (A&M)

Old and New Dreams, "Chairman Mao," Old and New Dreams (Black Saint)

Denny Zeitlin/Charlie Haden, "Ellen David," Time Remembers One Time Once (ECM)

Charlie Haden, "My Foolish Heart," Quartet West (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "Sunday at the Hillcrest," In Angel City (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "First Song (For Ruth)," In Angel City (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "Child's Play," In Angel City (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "Silence," Silence (Soul Note)

Charlie Haden, "Dance of the Infidels," Haunted Heart (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "Haunted Heart," Haunted Heart (Verve)

Charlie Haden/Hank Jones, "Go Down, Moses," Steal Away (Verve)

Charlie Haden, "Fuiste Tú (It Was You)," Land of the Sun (Verve)


Saturday, July 12
:

PAUL GONSALVES

Count Basie, “Backstage at Stuff's” Complete RCA Years (RCA)

Count Basie, “Blue and Sentimental” Complete RCA Years (RCA)

Duke Ellington, “Primpin' for the Prom” The Duke: The Essential Recordings, 1927-1962 (Columbia)

Duke Ellington, “Primpin' for the Prom” Happy Birthday, Duke! (LaserLight)

Duke Ellington, “Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue” Ellington at Newport (Columbia)

Clark Terry, “In a Mellow Tone” Duke with a Difference (Riverside/OJC)

Duke Ellington, “Happy Reunion” Live at Newport 1958 (Columbia)

Ray Charles, “Two Years of Torture” The Genius of Ray Charles (Atlantic)

Paul Gonsalves, “I Surrender Dear” Gettin' Together (Jazzland/OJC)

Paul Gonsalves, “Hard Groove” Gettin' Together (Jazzland/OJC)

John Lewis, “Body and Soul” The Wonderful World of Jazz (Atlantic)

Duke Ellington, “Take the ‘A’ Train” Featuring Paul Gonsalves (Fantasy/OJC)

Quincy Jones, “Manha de Carnaval” Big Band Bossa Nova (Mercury)

Duke Ellington, “Chelsea Bridge” Concert in the Virgin Islands (Reprise)

Duke Ellington, “Tourist Point of View” The Far East Suite (Bluebird)

Duke Ellington, “Mount Harissa” The Far East Suite (Bluebird)

Paul Gonsalves, “I Cover the Waterfront” Just a-Sittin' and a-Rockin' (Black Lion)

Earl Hines & Paul Gonsalves, “What Am I Here For?" It Don”t Mean a Thing if It Ain't Got That Swing (Black Lion)

 
Friday, July 11:

KARRIN’S COMING

 Karrin Allyson, “All You Need to Say (Never Say Yes)” Footprints (Concord)

Kurt Elling, “Nighttown, Lady Bright” The Gate (Concord)

Karrin Allyson, “Like Someone in Love” Daydream (Concord)

Dave Frishberg, “Van Lingle Mungo” Classics (Concord)

Lyle Ritz & Rebecca Kilgore, “Give Me the Simple Life” I Wish You Love (PDX Uke)

Mark Murphy, “I Know You from Somewhere” One to Every Heart (Verve)

Karin Krog, “I Remember You” I Remember You (Meantime/Spotlite)

Tony Bennett, “My Romance” Rodgers and Hart Songbook (Improv)

Ella Fitzgerald, “Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good to You?” Take Love Easy (Pablo)

Johnny Hartman, “Don’t Call It Love” I Just Dropped By to Say Hello (Impulse)

Jimmy Rushing, “Fine and Mellow” The You and Me that Used to Be (Bluebird)

Dinah Washington, “Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning” Back to the Blues (Roulette)

Joe Williams, “Lover, Come Back to Me” Together (Roulette)

Betty Roché, “Why Shouldn’t I?” Lightly and Politely (Prestige/OJC)

Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim, “The Girl from Ipanema” Complete Reprise Recordings (Concord)

Sarah Vaughan, “Poor Butterfly” Sassy Swings the Tivoli (Emarcy)

Sarah Vaughan, “I Could Write a Book” Sassy Swings the Tivoli (Emarcy)

Sarah Vaughan, “Time After Time” Sassy Swings the Tivoli (Emarcy)

Sarah Vaughan, “All of Me” Sassy Swings the Tivoli (Emarcy)

Sarah Vaughan, “I Hadn’t Anyone Till You” Sassy Swings the Tivoli (Emarcy)

Sarah Vaughan, “I Can’t Give You Anything but Love” Sassy Swings the Tivoli (Emarcy)

Mel Tormé, “Walk Between Raindrops” Reunion (Concord)

Mel Tormé, “The Goodbye Look” Reunion (Concord)



Saturday, July 5
:

The LIBRARY of CONGRESS

Jelly Roll Morton, "King Porter Stomp/The Story of King Porter Stomp" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "The Story of King Porter Stomp, cont./You Can Have It, I Don't Want It/Copyrights of Battles of Music" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "New Orleans Funerals/Steal Away/Nearer My God to Thee" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "Funeral Marches/Flee as the Bird to the Mountain" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "Oh! Didn't He Ramble/Evolution of Tiger Rag/Tiger Rag, first and second strains" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "Tiger Rag, third, fourth and fifth strains/Tiger Rag transformed" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton "Tiger Rag/Panama" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "Mr. Jelly Lord" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "How Jelly Roll Got His Name/Original Jelly Roll Blues" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "Original Jelly Roll Blues, cont./Jelly Roll's Four-Beat Foot" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "Sweet Peter" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

Jelly Roll Morton, "King Porter Stomp" The Complete Library of Congress Recordings by Alan Lomax (Rounder)

'22' & group, "O Rosie" Prison Songs, Vol. 2: Don'tcha Hear Poor Mother Calling? (Rounder)

Jimmie Strothers, "Blood-Strained Banders" A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings (Rounder)

Sid Hemphill & Lucius Smith, "Walk in the Parlor" Southern Journey, Vol. 1: Voices from the South (Rounder)

Fred McDowell, "Wished I Was in Heaven Sitting Down" Southern Journey, Vol. 1: Voices from the South (Rounder)

Blind Willie McTell, "Monologue on the History of the Blues" Atlanta 1940 (Proper)

Blind Willie McTell, "Delia" Atlanta 1940 (Proper)

George Johnson, "Garbage Man" Prison Songs, Vol. 2: Don'tcha Hear Poor Mother Calling? (Rounder)

Mississippi John Hurt, "Shortnin' Bread" D.C. Blues, Vol. 2 (Rounder)

Ora Dell Graham, "Shortenin' Bread" A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings (Rounder)

Tangle Eye, "Tangle Eye Blues" Prison Songs, Vol. 1: Murderous Home (Rounder)

Sonny Terry, "Lost John" A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings (Rounder)

Lightnin' Washington & group, "Long John" Afro-American Spirituals, Work Songs, and Ballads (Rounder)

Kelly Pace & group, "Rock Island Line" A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings (Rounder)

Charlie Butler, "Diamond Joe" A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings (Rounder)

Son House, "Walking Blues" Complete Library of Congress Sessions (Travelin' Man)

James 'Iron Head' Baker & group, "Black Betty" Alan Lomax: Popular Songbook (Rounder)

Mattie May Thomas, "Workhouse Blues" American Primitive, Vol. II (Revenant)

Lead Belly, "Mama, Did You Bring Any Silver?" Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 2 (Rounder)


Friday, July 4:

STRIPES & STARS: THE COLONIES & MORE

Jimmy Rowles, "Stars and Stripes Forever," We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together (Xanadu)

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orch., "I'm Coming Virginia," Bix Beiderbecke: Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Hoagy Carmichael & His Orch., "Georgia on My Mind," Stardust and Much More (Bluebird)

Sidney Bechet's Circle Seven, "Maryland, My Maryland," 1949 (Classics)

Thomas "Fats" Waller, "Carolina Shout," Piano Solos: Turn On the Heat (Bluebird)

Gene Krupa & His Orch., "Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina," Anita O'Day: Young Anita (Proper)

Earl Hines & His Orch., "Jersey Bounce," v/a: Jazz Dance Music (Fremeaux)

Gene Krupa & His Orch., "Massachusetts," Anita O'Day: Let Me Off Uptown (Columbia)

Glenn Miller & His Orch., "Pennsylvania 6-5000," Greatest Hits (RCA)

Herbie Fields & His Orch., "Connecticut," His Orchestra and Quintet (Vintage Music Productions)

Lee Wiley w/ Bobby Hackett & Joe Bushkin & His Swinging Strings, "Manhattan," Night in Manhattan (Columbia)

"Papa" John DeFrancesco, "Delaware Fox," Walking Uptown (Savant)

Weslia Whitfield, "Rhode Island Is Famous for You," Lucky to Be Me (Landmark)

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Alabamy Bound," 1924-1925 (Classics)

Six Jolly Jesters, "Oklahoma Stomp," Duke Ellington: Early Ellington (Decca)

Jelly-Roll Morton, "Michigan Water Blues," Last Sessions (GRP)

Lester Young­Nat Cole­Red Callendar, "Indiana," Lester Young: Complete Aladdin Recordings (Blue Note)

Johnny Smith Quartet, "Moonlight in Vermont," Moonlight in Vermont (Roulette)

Jimmy Rushing, "Arkansas Blues," Jazz Odyssey of James Rushing, Esq./& the Smith Girls (Lonehill Jazz)

Thelonious Monk, "Bright Mississippi," Monk's Dream (Columbia)

Sonny Stitt, "Idaho," Endgame Brilliance: Tune-Up!/Constellation (32 Jazz)

Sonny Rollins, "Tennessee Waltz," Falling in Love with Jazz (Milestone)

Ruby Braff & Dick Hyman, "America the Beautiful," America, the Beautiful (Arbors)

Frank Sinatra & Fred Waring Singers, ³You¹re a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith,² America, I Hear You Singing (Universal)



Saturday, June 28:

ADRIAN ROLLINI

Varsity Eight, "San," The Varsity Eight (Timeless)

Goofus Five, "I Ain't Got Nobody to Love," 1924-1925 (Timeless)

Goofus Five, "Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley!" 1924-1925 (Timeless)

Goofus Five, "Farewell Blues," 1926-1927 (Timeless)

Goofus Five, "I've Got the Girl," 1926-1927 (Timeless)

Red Nichols & His Five Pennies, "Cornfed," Rhythm of the Day (ASV)*

Red Nichols & His Five Pennies, " Feelin' No Pain," Rhythm of the Day (ASV)*

Joe Venuti's Blue Four, "Kickin' the Cat," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)

Joe Venuti's Blue Four, "Beatin' the Dog," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)*

Joe Venuti's Blue Four, "A Mug of Ale," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)*

New Orleans Lucky Seven, "Royal Garden Blues," Bix Beiderbecke: Vol. 1 (Columbia)

Fred Elizalde & His Orch., "Somebody Stole My Gal," Best of Fred Elizalde and His Anglo American Band (Retrieval)

Fred Elizalde & His Orch., "Dixie," Best of Fred Elizalde and His Anglo American Band (Retrieval)*

Fred Elizalde & His Orch., "Nobody's Sweetheart," Best of Fred Elizalde and His Anglo American Band (Retrieval)*

Joe Venuti's Blue Four, "Put and Take" (A take), Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)

Bert Lown & His Biltmore Hotel Orch., "I'll Be Blue, Just Thinking of You," & His Orchestra (The Old Masters)

Joe Venuti & His Blue Five, "Jig Saw Puzzle Blues," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)

Joe Venuti-Eddie Lang Blue Five, "Hey! Young Fella," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)*

Joe Venuti & His Blue Five, "Vibraphonia," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)*

Adrian Rollini & His Orch., "Mississippi Basin," Jazz in the Thirties (Swing/DRG)

Joe Venuti & His Blue Six, "Doin' the Uptown Lowdown," Classic Columbia and OKeh Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (Mosaic)

Adrian & His Tap Room Gang, "Bouncin' in Rhythm," Tap Room Swing (ASV)

Adrian Rollini & His Orch., "Tap Room Swing," Tap Room Swing (ASV)

Adrian Rollini Quartet, "Sweet Sue," Novelty Trio and Quintet (Swing Time)

Adrian Rollini Novelty Trio, "Bill," Novelty Trio and Quintet (Swing Time)

Adrian Rollini Quintet, “You¹re a Sweetheart,” Novelty Trio and Quintet (Swing Time)

Adrian Rollini Trio, "Diga Diga Doo," Novelty Trio and Quintet (Swing Time)

* also on Adrian Rollini: Tap Room Swing (ASV)

 

Friday, June 27:

ELMO HOPE

Lou Donaldson Quintet, "Bellarosa," Clifford Brown: Memorial Album (Blue Note)

Lou Donaldson Quintet, "Carvin' the Rock," Clifford Brown: Memorial Album (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, "Mo Is On" (alternate take), Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, "Happy Hour,” Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, " Stars Over Marakech,” Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Trio, "Freffie,” Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Quintet, "Later for You," Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Quintet, " Low Tide," Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope Quintet, " Crazy," Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Sonny Rollins, " Solid," Moving Out (Prestige/OJC)

Sonny Rollins, "Movin' Out," Moving Out (Prestige/OJC)

Elmo Hope Trio, "Quit It,” Meditations (Prestige/OJC)

Elmo Hope Sextet, "On It," All Star Sessions (Milestone)

Elmo Hope Sextet, "Polka Dots and Moonbeams," All Star Sessions (Milestone)

Elmo Hope Quintet, "So Nice," Trio and Quintet (Blue Note)

Elmo Hope, " Something for Kenny,” Trio (Contemporary/OJC)

Harold Land, "Mirror-Mind Rose," The Fox (Contemporary/OJC)

Harold Land, " One Second, Please," The Fox (Contemporary/OJC)

Elmo Hope Ensemble, "Ecstasy," Sounds from Rikers Island (Fresh Sound)

Elmo Hope Ensemble, " Kevin," Sounds from Rikers Island (Fresh Sound)


Saturday, June 21
:

ERIC DOLPHY, Part 2

Oliver Nelson, "Ralph's New Blues," Straight Ahead (New Jazz/OJC)

George Russell Sextet, "'Round Midnight," Ezz-thetics (Riverside/OJC)

Eric Dolphy, "Woody'n You," In Europe, Vol. 3 (Prestige/OJC)

Eric Dolphy, "God Bless the Child," In Europe, Vol. 1 (Prestige/OJC)

John Coltrane, "Naima," Live Trane: European Tours (Pablo)

John Coltrane, "Impressions," Live Trane: European Tours (Pablo)

Eric Dolphy, "Love Me," Conversations (Celluloid)

Eric Dolphy, "Iron Man," Iron Man (Celluloid)

Eric Dolphy, "Come Sunday," Iron Man (Celluloid)

Eric Dolphy, "Gazzelloni," Out to Lunch (Blue Note)

Eric Dolphy, "Out to Lunch," Out to Lunch (Blue Note)

Eric Dolphy, "You Don't Know What Love Is," Last Date (Fontana/Limelight)

 

Friday, June 20:

ERIC DOLPHY, Part 1

Roy Porter's 17 Beboppers, "Gassin' the Wig," Central Avenue Sounds: Jazz in Los Angeles 1921-1956 (Rhino)

Chico Hamilton Quintet, "I'm Beginning to See the Light," Original Ellington Suite (Pacific Jazz)

Eric Dolphy, "G.W.," Outward Bound (New Jazz/OJC)

Eric Dolphy, "Les," Outward Bound (New Jazz/OJC)

Oliver Nelson, "Screamin' the Blues," Screamin' the Blues (New Jazz/OJC)

Eric Dolphy, "Out There," Out There (New Jazz/OJC)

Latin Jazz Quintet + Eric Dolphy, "Spring Is Here," Caribé (New Jazz/OJC)

John Lewis, "The Stranger" [edit[, The Wonderful World of Jazz (Atlantic)

Charles Mingus, "All the Things You Could Be by Now if Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother," Presents Charles Mingus (Candid)

Charles Mingus, "What Love," Presents Charles Mingus (Candid)

Jazz Artists Guild, "Body and Soul," Charles Mingus: Reincarnation of a Love Bird (Candid)

Eric Dolphy, "Left Alone," Far Cry (New Jazz/OJC)

Eric Dolphy, "Tenderly," Far Cry (New Jazz/OJC)

 


Saturday, June 14
:

KEITH JARRETT’s European Quartet

Keith Jarrett, “Long as You Know You’re Living Yours,” Belonging (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “Personal Mountains,” Sleeper (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “Innocence,” Sleeper (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “So Tender,” Sleeper (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “Oasis,” Personal Mountains (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “Prism,” Sleeper (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “New Dance,” Sleeper (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “My Song,” My Song (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “The Windup,” My Song (ECM)

 

Friday, June 13:

KEITH JARRETT’s American Quartet

Keith Jarrett, “Gypsy Moth,” El Juicio (The Judgment) (Wounded Bird/Atlantic)

Keith Jarrett, “Birth,” Birth (Wounded Bird/Atlantic)

Keith Jarrett, “Mortgage on My Soul (Wah-Wah),” Birth (Wounded Bird/Atlantic)

Keith Jarrett, “De Drums,” Fort Yawuh (Impulse)

Keith Jarrett, “Le Mistral,” Treasure Island (Impulse)

Keith Jarrett, “Everything That Lives Laments,” Mysteries (Impulse)

Keith Jarrett, “The Survivors’ Suite: Beginning,” The Survivors’ Suite (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “The Survivors’ Suite: Conclusion,” The Survivors’ Suite (ECM)

Keith Jarrett, “Blackberry Winter,” Bop-Be (Impulse)


Saturday, June 7
:

TAL FARLOW

Red Norvo Trio, "Move," Modern (Savoy)

Red Norvo Trio, "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart," Modern (Savoy)

Red Norvo Trio, "Godchild," Modern (Savoy)

Tal Farlow, "Lover," Quartet (Blue Note)

Tal Farlow, "Gibson Boy," Tal Farlow Album (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "Autumn in New York," Autumn in New York (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "And She Remembers Me," Autumn in New York (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "Tal's Blues," Autumn in New York (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "Autumn Leaves," Interpretations (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "It's You or No One," Interpretations (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "You Stepped out of a Dream," Swinging Guitar (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "Isn't It Romantic," Tal (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "You Don't Know What Love Is," Tal (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "Wonder Why," This Is (Verve)

* Tal Farlow, "Telefunky," Guitar Artistry (Verve)

Sonny Criss, “Scrapple from the Apple,” Up, Up and Away (Prestige/OJC)

Tal Farlow, "A Time for Love/My Romance,” On Stage (Concord)

Tal Farlow, "Nuages," Chromatic Palette (Concord)

Tal Farlow, “Prelude to a Kiss,” Autumn Leaves (Concord)

* These are also on The Complete Verve Sessions (Mosaic).



Friday, June 6
:

GRANT GREEN

Grant Green, "Miss Ann's Tempo," Grant's First Stand (Blue Note)

Ike Quebec, "Blue and Sentimental," Blue and Sentimental (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "It Ain't Necessarily So," Complete Quartets with Sonny Clark (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "Oleo," Complete Quartets with Sonny Clark (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "My Funny Valentine," Grantstand (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "Nomad," Idle Moments (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "Jean de Fleur," Idle Moments (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," Feelin' the Spirit (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "The Kicker," Solid (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "My Favorite Things," Matador (Blue Note)

Grant Green, "Work Song," Iron City (32 Jazz)

Grant Green, "Sookie, Sookie," Alive! (Blue Note)



Saturday, May 31:


LOUIS HAYES

Horace Silver, "Virgo," Six Pieces of Silver (Blue Note)

Curtis Fuller, "Little Messenger," Complete Blue Note/UA Sessions (Mosaic)

Horace Silver Quintet, "Break City," Blowin' the Blues Away (Blue Note)

Cannonball Adderley Quintet, "Bohemia After Dark," In San Francisco (Riverside/OJC)

Louis Hayes Quintet, "Sassy Ann," Buddy de Franco Quintet/Louis Hayes Quintet (Vee Jay)

Louis Hayes Quintet, " Hazing," Buddy de Franco Quintet/Louis Hayes Quintet (Vee Jay)

Barry Harris, "Curtain Call," At the Jazz Workshop (Riverside/OJC)

Barry Harris, " Woody'n You," At the Jazz Workshop (Riverside/OJC)

Cannonball Adderley Quintet, "Our Delight," At the Lighthouse (Capitol)

Phineas Newborn Jr., "Oleo," A World of Piano (Contemporary/OJC)

Oscar Peterson, "Blues Etude," Blues Etude (Limelight)

Louis Hayes Group, "What's Goin' On," Variety Is the Spice (Gryphon)

Louis Hayes Group, " A Hundred Million Miracles," Variety Is the Spice (Gryphon)

Louis Hayes Quintet, “Enchantment,” Light and Lively (Steeplechase)

Louis Hayes & the Cannonball Legacy Band, "Fiddler on the Roof," Dreamin’ of Cannonball (TCB)

Louis Hayes & the Cannonball Legacy Band, "Sweet Georgia Bright," Maximum Firepower (Savant)

Louis Hayes, “Check In,” The Time Keeper (18th & Vine)

Louis Hayes Jazz Communicators, “Same Page,” Lou’s Idea (American Showplace)

Friday, May 30:

BENNY GOODMAN

Benny Goodman, "Ridin' High," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Moten Swing," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Nice Work if You Can Get It," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Vibraphone Blues," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "The Sheik of Araby," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Peckin'," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Nagasaki," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "St. Louis Blues," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Moonglow," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "I'm a Ding Dong Daddy," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Bumble Bee Stomp," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Sweet Leilani," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "That Naughty Waltz," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Roll 'Em," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "King Porter Stomp," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Have You Met Miss Jones," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Limehouse Blues," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Shine," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Minnie the Moocher's Wedding Day," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "You Turned the Tables on Me," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "At the Darktown Strutters' Ball," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "My Gal Sal," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Bugle Call Rag," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Clarinet Marmalade," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Time on My Hands," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Stardust," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Benny Sent Me," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Moonlight on the Highway," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Killer Diller," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Caravan," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)

Benny Goodman, "Goodbye," On the Air (1937-1938) (Columbia)


Saturday, May 24

ARCHIE SHEPP

Archie Shepp, "Syeeda's Song Flute," Four for Trane (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Niema" [Naima], Four for Trane (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Cousin Mary," Four for Trane (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Los Olvidados," Fire Music (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "In a Sentimental Mood," On This Night (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Rufus (Swung His Face at Last to the Wind, Then His Neck Snapped)," John Coltrane/Archie Shepp: Live at Newport (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Le Matin des Noires," John Coltrane/Archie Shepp: Live at Newport (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Lady Sings the Blues" Live in San Francisco (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Malcolm, Malcolm, Semper Malcolm," Fire Music (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Sophisticated Lady," The Way Ahead (Impulse)

Archie Shepp, "Attica Blues," Attica Blues (Impulse)

Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan, "Deep River," Goin' Home (Steeplechase)

Archie Shepp, "U-jaama," Attica Blues Big Band (Blue Marge)

Archie Shepp & Dollar Brand, “Barefoot Boy from Queensland ­ To Mongezi” Duet (Denon)

Archie Shepp & Mal Waldron “Easy Living” Left Alone Revisited (Synergy)


Friday, May 23

ARTIE SHAW

Red Norvo & His Swing Septet, "Old Fashioned Love," 1933-1936 (Classics)

Art Shaw & His Orch., "The Japanese Sandman," 1936 (Classics)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "No Regrets," Quintessential, Vol. 2 (Columbia)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "Summertime," Quintessential, Vol. 2 (Columbia)

Artie Shaw & His Strings, "Streamline," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., " Begin the Beguine," Centennial Collection (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "In the Mood," Artie Shaw (RCA Victor)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., ³Non-Stop Flight,² Artie Shaw (RCA Victor)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "One Night Stand," 1939, Vol. 2 (Classics)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Pastel Blue," 1939 (Classics)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Traffic Jam," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "St. Louis Blues," Artie Shaw (RCA Victor)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Frenesi," Artie Shaw (RCA Victor)

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five, "Summit Ridge Drive," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Star Dust," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Just Kiddin' Around," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Lady Day," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "Bedford Drive," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five, "The Grabtown Grapple," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five, "The Sad Sack," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., "These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)" 1945 (Classics)

Artie Shaw & His Orch., ³Lucky Number," Self Portrait (Bluebird)

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five, "The Gentle Grifter,² Complete Gramercy Five Sessions (-)

Artie Shaw, "Krazy Kat," Last Recordings, Vol. II (MusicMasters)

Artie Shaw, "So Easy," Last Recordings, Vol. II (MusicMasters)

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five, "The Chaser," Last Recordings: Rare & Unreleased (MusicMasters)

Artie Shaw & His Gramercy Five, "September Song," More Last Recordings: The Final Sessions (Jazz Heritage)

 


Saturday, May 17:

DEWEY REDMAN

Dewey Redman “Joie de Vivre” Coincide (Impulse)

Ornette Coleman “The Jungle Is a Skyscraper” Science Fiction (Columbia)

Dewey Redman “Qow” Coincide (Impulse)

Keith Jarrett “Gotta Get Some Sleep” Bop-Be (Impulse)

Keith Jarrett “Mushi Mushi” Bop-Be (Impulse)

Dewey Redman & Ed Blackwell “S 126 T” Red & Black (Black Saint)

Old & New Dreams “Rushour” Playing (ECM)

Dewey Redman Quartet “Boo Boodoop” Living on the Edge (ECM)

Ed Schuller “Star-Crossed Lovers” The Force (Tutu)

Harald Haerter/Dewey Redman “Walls-Bridges” Mostly Live (Tiptoe)

Dewey Redman/Elvin Jones “Spoonin¹” Momentum Space (Verve)

Tom Harrell “Caribe” The Art of Rhythm (RCA Victor)

Jon Ballantyne “Round Again” [edit], 4tets + Dewey Redman (Real Artist Works)

Joshua Redman “India” Back East (Nonesuch)

 

Friday, May 16:

BETTY CARTER

King Pleasure, "Red Top," King Pleasure Sings/Annie Ross Sings (Prestige/OJC)

Betty Carter "Frenesi" Social Call (CBS Special Products/Epic)

Betty Carter "Social Call" Social Call (CBS Special Products/Epic)

Betty Carter "I Can't Help It" I Can't Help It (Impulse)

Betty Carter "You're Driving Me Crazy," I Can't Help It (Impulse)

Betty Carter "Mean to Me," I Can't Help It (Impulse)

Betty Carter "What Is It?" Betty Carter Album (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "Tight," Betty Carter Album (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "Sounds (Movin' On)," Audience with Betty Carter (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most," (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "The Trolley Song," (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "New Blues (You Purrrrrr)," Whatever Happened to Love? (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "I Love Music," Droppin' Things (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "I'm All Smiles," Feed the Fire (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "If I Should Lose You," Feed the Fire (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "All or Nothing at All," Feed the Fire (Verve/Bet-Car)

Betty Carter "Everytime We Say Goodbye," Whatever Happened to Love? (Verve/Bet-Car)

 

Saturday, May 10:

RECENT RELEASES

John Abercrombie Quartet “39 Steps” 39 Steps (ECM)

John Abercrombie Quartet “LST” 39 Steps (ECM)

Ralph Alessi “Baida” Baida (ECM)

Ralph Alessi “Chuck Barris” Baida (ECM)

Zach Brock “Quo Vadis” Purple Sounds (Criss Cross)

Carla Bley “The Girl Who Cried Champagne” Trio Music (ECM)

Miles Davis “Directions” At the Fillmore (Columbia)

Miles Davis “The Mask” At the Fillmore (Columbia)

Miles Davis “It¹s About That Time” At the Fillmore (Columbia)

Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” At the Fillmore (Columbia)

Miles Davis “The Theme” At the Fillmore (Columbia)

Ed Palermo Big Band, “Little Umbrellas” Oh No! Not Jazz!! (Cuneiform)

 

Friday, May 9

KEITH JARRETT

Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden “Body and Soul” Jasmine (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “The Good America” The Carnegie Hall Concert (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “Paint My Heart Red” The Carnegie Hall Concert (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “My Song” The Carnegie Hall Concert (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “True Blues” The Carnegie Hall Concert (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “Time on My Hands” The Carnegie Hall Concert (ECM)

Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden, “Intro/I¹m Gonna Laugh You Right out of My Life” Jasmine (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “Stars Fell on Alabama” Somewhere (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” Somewhere (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “Somewhere/Everywhere” Somewhere (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “Tonight” Somewhere (ECM)

Keith Jarrett “I Thought About You” Somewhere (ECM)

Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden, “Don¹t Ever Leave Me” Jasmine (ECM)

 

Saturday, May 3:

JOHN LEWIS

Miles Davis All Stars, "Milestones," First Miles (Savoy)

Miles Davis All Stars, "Little Willie Leaps" First Miles (Savoy)

Dizzy Gillespie & His Orch. “Two Bass Hit” Complete RCA Victor Recordings (Bluebird)

Charlie Parker All Stars, "Parker's Mood" (take 2), Complete Savoy and Dial Studio Sessions (Savoy)

Miles Davis & His Orch. “Budo” Complete Birth of the Cool (Capitol)

Lester Young Quartet, "It All Depends on You," Complete Studio Sessions on Verve (Verve)

Miles Davis “Morpheus” And Horns (Prestige/OJC)

Milt Jackson “What’s New” Wizard of the Vibes (Blue Note)

J.J. Johnson “Turnpike” Eminent, Vol. 1 (-)

Modern Jazz Quartet "The Queen's Fancy" Django (Prestige/OJC)

Modern Jazz Quartet "Django" Django (Prestige/OJC)

John Lewis "Love Me or Leave Me" Grand Encounter (Pacific Jazz)

Modern Jazz Quartet "Concorde" Concorde (Prestige/OJC)

John Lewis "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" Improvised Meditations & Excursions (Atlantic)

John Lewis " Delaunay's Dilemma " Improvised Meditations & Excursions (Atlantic)

John Lewis "Afternoon in Paris" Wonderful World of Jazz (Atlantic)

John Lewis "I Remember Clifford" Wonderful World of Jazz (Atlantic)

John Lewis "Stardust" That Slavic Smile (Baystate)

John Lewis "That Slavic Smile " That Slavic Smile (Baystate)

John Lewis “Sait-On Jamais” Midnight in Paris (Emarcy)

 

Friday May 2

BING CROSBY w/ Instrumentals

Paul Whiteman & His Orch. "There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears" Bix Beiderbecke: Indispensable (RCA Fr.)

Dave Frishberg & Dan Goodwin "There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears," Double Play (Arbors)

Paul Whiteman & His Orch. "From Monday On" Bix Beiderbecke: Indispensable (RCA Fr.)

Eddie Condon All Stars "From Monday On" Complete CBS (Mosaic)

Wild Bill Davison w/ Percy Faith & His Orch. “You Took Advantage of Me” Classic Columbia Condon Mob Sessions (Mosaic)

Paul Whiteman & His Orch. “You Took Advantage of Me” Bix Beiderbecke: Indispensable (RCA Fr.)

Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys "Louise" Bing Crosby Story, Vol. 1: The Early Jazz Years, 1928-1932 (CBS)

Lester Young & Teddy Wilson "Louise" Quartet (Verve)

Lester Young Quartet, “Three Little Words,” Complete Studio Sessions on Verve (Verve)

Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orch. “Three Little Words, Centennial Edition (RCA Victor)

Bing Crosby, "I Surrender, Dear," Centennial Anthology (Master Classics)

Benny Goodman Sextet "I Surrender, Dear" Charlie Christian: Genius of the Electric Guitar (Columbia)

Benny Goodman Sextet “Star Dust” Charlie Christian: Vol. 1, 1939 (Masters of Jazz)

Bing Crosby “Star Dust” Centennial Anthology (Master Classics)

Charlie Parker Quintet “Out of Nowhere” Complete Savoy and Dial Studio Recordings (Savoy)

Bing Crosby  “Out of Nowhere” Centennial Anthology (Master Classics)

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "St. Louis Blues" Complete 1932-1940 Brunswick etc. (Mosaic)

Bing Crosby w/ Mills Brothers, "Dinah" (edit, takes 1 & 2), Mills Bros.: 1930's Recordings (JSP)

Django Reinhardt "Dinah" 1934-1935 (Classics)

Bing Crosby with Lennie Hayton, "Sweet Sue, Just You," Story, Vol. 1: Early Jazz Years, 1928-1932 (CBS)

Dicky Wells "Sweet Sue, Just You," 1927-1943 (Classics)

Bing Crosby "Some of These Days" Complete OKeh and Brunswick Bix Beiderbecke, Frank Trumbauer and Jack Teagarden Sessions (1924-1936) (Mosaic)

Benny Goodman Quartet "Some of These Days" Airplay (Dr. Jazz)

Bing Crosby w/ Mills Bros. & Dorsey Bros. Orch., "My Honey's Lovin' Arms" Mills Bros.: 1930's Recordings (JSP)

Bud Freeman Trio "My Honey's Lovin' Arms" 1928-1940 (Classics)

Bing Crosby w/ Georgie Stoll & His Orch., "Someday Sweetheart," And Some Jazz Friends (Decca/GRP)

Benny Goodman Trio "Someday Sweetheart," Complete RCA Victor Small Group Recordings (RCA Victor)

Bing Crosby w/ Eddie Condon & His Orch., "Blue (And Broken Hearted)," And Some Jazz Friends (Decca/GRP)

Vic Dickenson’s Quintet  "Blue (And Broken Hearted)," Ding Dong (Storyville)
Bing Crosby w/ Eddie Condon & His Orch., "After You've Gone," And Some Jazz Friends (Decca/GRP)

 


Saturday, April 26:

JIMMY GIUFFRE

Woody Herman & His Orch., "Four Brothers," Blowin Up a Storm (Columbia)

Shorty Rogers, "Four Mothers," Complete Atlantic and EMI Jazz Recordings (Mosaic)

Teddy Charles Quintet, "Evolution" Evolution (Prestige/OJC)

Jimmy Giuffre "I Only Have Eyes for You" Tangents in Jazz (Original Long Play/Capitol)

Shorty Rogers "Chant of the Cosmos" Martians Come Back/Way Up There (Collectables/Atlantic)

Jimmy Giuffre  "The Song Is You" Jimmy Giuffre 3 (Rhino/Atlantic)

Jimmy Giuffre "Deep Purple" Jimmy Giuffre Clarinet (Collectables/Atlantic)

Jimmy Giuffre "The Train and the River" The Sound of Jazz (Columbia)

Jimmy Giuffre "California, Here I Come" Trav'lin' Light (Warner/Atlantic)

Jimmy Giuffre "Trav'lin' Light" Trav'lin' Light (Warner/Atlantic)

Jimmy Giuffre "Four Brothers" Four Brothers Sound (Warner/Atlantic)

Herb Ellis "When Your Lover Has Gone" Meets Jimmy Giuffre (Verve)

Anita O'Day "Mack the Knife" Cool Heat (Verve)

Lee Konitz  "When Your Lover Has Gone" Meets Jimmy Giuffre (Verve)

Jimmy Giuffre "In the Mornings Out There" 1961 (ECM)

Jimmy Giuffre "Ictus" 1961 (ECM)

Jimmy Giuffre "Elephant" The Train and the River (Choice)

Jimmy Giuffre "Tibetan Sun" The Train and the River (Choice)

Jimmy Giuffre "In Between" Dragonfly (Soul Note)

Jimmy Giuffre & Steve Swallow "We Agree" Life of a Trio: Saturday (Owl)

Paul Bley, Jimmy Giuffre & Steve Swallow "By the Way, Part 2" Life of a Trio: Saturday (Owl)

Jimmy Giuffre "The Hidden Voice" Life of a Trio: Sunday (Owl)

 

Friday, April 25:

ELLA FITZGERALD Sings Gershwin

Ella Fitzgerald & Her Savoy Eight "I Was Doing All Right" Early Years, Pt. 1 (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Summertime" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "I Wants to Stay Here" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "My Man's Gone Now" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Buzzard Song" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Bess, You Is My Woman Now" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "It Ain't Necessarily So" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "What You Want Wid Bess?" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "A Woman Is a Sometime Thing" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Oh, Doctor Jesus" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Medley: Here Come De Honey Man/Crab Man/Dey's So Fresh and Fine (Strawberry Woman)" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong "Bess, Oh Where¹s My Bess?" Porgy and Bess (Verve)

Ella Fitzgerald "Oh, Lady Be Good" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Someone to Watch Over Me" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "My One and Only" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "But Not for Me" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Looking for a Boy" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "I've Got a Crush on You" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Maybe" Ella: Legendary Decca Recordings (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Soon" Sings the George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Love Is Here to Stay" Sings the George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Slap That Bass" Sings the George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Lorelei" Ella in Berlin (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "How Long Has This Been Going On?" Sings the George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "I Was Doing All Right" Sings the George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (Decca)

Ella Fitzgerald "Oh, Lady Be Good" Sings the George & Ira Gershwin Songbook (Decca)

 

Saturday, April 19:

MILES DAVIS at Philharmonic Hall, February 1964

Miles Davis "Autumn Leaves" Seven Steps: Complete Columbia Recordings 1963-1964 (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Autumn Leaves" Seven Steps: Complete Columbia Recordings 1963-1964 (Columbia)

Miles Davis "So What" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Walkin'" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "All of You" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Go-Go" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Summer Night" Quiet Nights (Columbia)

Miles Davis "All Blues" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "My Funny Valentine" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Joshua" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Seven Steps to Heaven" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "There Is No Greater Love" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Go-Go" Complete Concert 1964: My Funny Valentine + Four & More (Columbia)

 

Friday, April 18:

PESACH GOODIES

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Lilin" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Ner Tamid" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Yatzar" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Khebar" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Kivah" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Teli" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

John Zorn Masada "Jair" Alef (Tzadik)

John Zorn Masada "Bith Aneth" Alef (Tzadik)

John Zorn Masada "Tzofeh" Alef (Tzadik)

Electric Masada "Lilin" At the Mountains of Madness (Tzadik)

Electric Masada "Karaim" At the Mountains of Madness (Tzadik)

Bar Kokhba Sextet "Eitan" Bar Kokhba Sextet (Tzadik)

 

Saturday, April 12:

JOHNNY DODDS

King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Canal Street Blues" 1923 (Classics)

King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Dipper Mouth Blues" 1923 (Classics)

King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band "Snake Rag" 1923 (Classics)

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five "Lonesome Blues" Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy)

New Orleans Wanderers "Perdido Street Blues" Johnny Dodds: 1926 (Classics)

New Orleans Wanderers "Too Tight" Johnny Dodds: 1926 (Classics)

New Orleans Bootblacks "I Can't Say" Johnny Dodds: 1926 (Classics)

New Orleans Bootblacks "Mad Dog" Johnny Dodds: 1926 (Classics)

Freddie Keppard's Jazz Cardinals "Salty Dog"Johnny Dodds: 1926 (Classics)

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five "Skid-Dat-De-Dat" Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy)

Dodds & Parham "Oh Daddy" Johnny Dodds: 1927 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers "Wild Man Blues" Johnny Dodds: 1927 (Classics)

Dodds & Parham "Loveless Love" Johnny Dodds: 1927 (Classics)

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven "S.O.L. Blues" Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Columbia/Legacy)

Jelly-Roll Morton, "Wolverine Blues," Birth of the Hot (Bluebird)

Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers "After You've Gone" 1927-1928 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers "Come On and Stomp Stomp Stomp" 1927-1928 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers "Joe Turner Blues" 1927-1928 (Classics)

Blind Blake "Hot Potatoes" All the Published Sides (JSP)

Johnny Dodds Trio "Blue Clarinet Stomp" Blue Clarinet Stomp (Bluebird)

Johnny Dodds' Washboard Band "Bucktown Stomp" Blue Clarinet Stomp (Bluebird)

Johnny Dodds' Washboard Band "Blue Washboard Stomp" Blue Clarinet Stomp (Bluebird)

Johnny Dodds Hot Six "Goober Dance" Blue Clarinet Stomp (Bluebird)

Beale Street Washboard Band "Forty and Tight" Johnny Dodds: 1928-1940 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds & His Chicago Boys "Melancholy" Johnny Dodds: 1928-1940 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds & His Chicago Boys "29th and Dearborn" Johnny Dodds: 1928-1940 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds & His Orchestra "Red Onion Blues" Johnny Dodds: 1928-1940 (Classics)

Johnny Dodds & His Orchestra "Gravier Street Blues" Johnny Dodds: 1928-1940 (Classics)

 

Friday, April 11

HERBIE HANCOCK

Herbie Hancock "Watermelon Man" Takin' Off (Blue Note)

Miles Davis  "Seven Steps to Heaven" Seven Steps to Heaven (Columbia)

Miles Davis  "Stella by Starlight" My Funny Valentine (Columbia)

Herbie Hancock  "Maiden Voyage" Maiden Voyage (Blue Note)

Miles Davis "Orbits" Miles Smiles (Columbia)

Bobby Hutcherson  "Bouquet" Happenings (Blue Note)

Herbie Hancock "First Trip" Speak Like a Child (Blue Note)

Herbie Hancock "Goodbye to Childhood" Speak Like a Child (Blue Note)

Herbie Hancock "Someday My Prince Will Come" The Piano (Columbia)

Herbie Hancock "Dolphin Dance" Trio (Sony)

Herbie Hancock "The Sorcerer" Quartet (Columbia)

Herbie Hancock "Cotton Tail" Gershwin's World (Verve)

Directions in Music "My Ship" Live at Massey Hall (Verve)

 

The April 4 and 5 shows were during Challenge 2014. Thanks to everyone who contributed their time and/or financial support!

 

Saturday, April 5:

STANLEY TURRENTINE

Stanley Turrentine “Return Engagement“ Look Out! (Blue Note)

Stanley Turrentine “Tiny Capers“ Look Out! (Blue Note)

Stanley Turrentine  “You Said It “ Jubilee Shout (Blue Note)

Stanley Turrentine  “Sure as You¹re Born “ Let It Go (Impulse)

Stanley Turrentine  “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever “ ­ (Impulse)

Stanley Turrentine  “Sugar “ Sugar (CTI)

Stanley Turrentine  “Don¹t Mess with Mister T. “ Don¹t Mess with Mister T. (CTI)

Stanley Turrentine  “Impressions “ T Time (Musicmasters)

 

Friday, April 4:

CHALLENGE 2014, Part 1

Horace Silver, "Song for My Father," Song for My Father (Blue Note)

Annie Ross, "Twisted" King Pleasure Sings/Annie Ross Sings (Prestige/OJC)

Wardell Gray, "Twisted," Memorial, Vol. 1 (Prestige/OJC)

Dave Brubeck, "Take Five," Time Out (Columbia)

Dave Brubeck, "Blue Rondo a la Turk" Time Out (Columbia)

Lee Morgan, "The Sidewinder," Sidewinder (Blue Note)

Miles Davis, "Someday My Prince Will Come," Someday My Prince Will Come (Columbia)

Duke Ellington & John Coltrane, "In a Sentimental Mood," Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (Impulse)

Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges, "Stompy Jones," Side by Side (Verve)

Charles Earland, "More Today Than Yesterday," Black Talk (Prestige/OJC)

 

Saturday, March 29:

LADY SINGS & THE GENTLEMEN PLAY

Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, "Easy to Love," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. II (Columbia)

Babe Russin & His Orch. "Easy to Love," Tenor All Stars: Battle of the Saxes (Trip/Emarcy)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "Summertime," Quintessential, Vol. II (Columbia)

Miles Davis "Summertime Porgy & Bess (Columbia)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "These Foolish Things," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. II (-)

Lennie Tristano "These Foolish Things," Tristano (Atlantic)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "Pennies from Heaven," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. III (Columbia)

Harry "Sweets" Edison "Pennies from Heaven," The Inventive Mr. Edison (Pacific Jazz)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. III (Columbia)

Warne Marsh Quartet "I Can't Give You Anything but Love, Baby," A Ballad Album (Criss Cross)

Ruby Braff, "This Year's Kisses," With the Ed Bickert Trio (Sackville)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch. "This Year's Kisses," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. III (Columbia)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch. "I Must Have That Man," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. III (Columbia)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "Mean to Me," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. IV (Columbia)

Lester Young "Mean to Me," Lester Swings (Verve)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "Foolin' Myself," Billie Holiday:  Quintessential, Vol. IV (Columbia)

Warne Marsh­Lee Konitz Quintet "Foolin' Myself," Jazz Exchange, Vol. 2 (Storyville)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "Easy Living," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. IV (Columbia)

Al Haig Quartet "Easy Living," Wardell Gray: Memorial Album, Vol. 1 (Prestige/OJC)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "A Sailboat in the Moonlight," Quintessential, Vol. IV (Columbia)

Johnny Hodges & His Orch. "A Sailboat in the Moonlight," Duke Ellington Complete 1936-1940 Variety, Vocalion and Okeh Small Group Sessions (Mosaic)

Billie Holiday & Her Orch., "He's Funny That Way," Quintessential, Vol. V (Columbia)

Illinois Jacquet "He's Funny That Way," 1946-1947 (Classics)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "When You're Smiling," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. V (Columbia)

Ralph Sutton "When You're Smiling," Bix Beiderbecke Suite and Piano Portraits (Commodore)

Teddy Wilson & His Orch., "If Dreams Come True," Billie Holiday: Quintessential, Vol. V (Columbia)

Teddy Wilson Sextet "If Dreams Come True," 1942-1945 (Classics)


Friday, March 28:

 

TETE MONTOLIU

 

 

 

Roland Kirk, ³Half a Triple,² Complete Mercury Recordings (Mercury)

 

Tete Montoliu, ³Au Privave,² Catalonian Fire (Steeplechase)

 

- , ³Lament,² Tootie¹s Tempo (-)

 

- , ³Invitation,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Darn That Dream,² ­ (-)

 

George Coleman & Tete Montoliu, ³Lisa,² Meditation (Timeless)

 

Tete Montoliu, ³Blue Bossa,² Catalonian Nights, Vol. 1 (Steeplechase)

 

- , ³Theme,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Catalan Suite,² Tête à Tete (-)

 

Eddie Harris, ³Scandia Skies,² Steps Up (-)

 

Tete Montoliu, ³Cherokee,² Music I Like to Play, Vol. 2 (Soul Note)

 

- , ³Jo Vull Que M¹Acariciis,² Catalonian Nights, Vol. 3 (Steeplechase)

 

- , ³Whisper Not,² Music I Like to Play, Vol. 1 (Soul Note)

 

- , ³All Blues,² A Spanish Treasure (Concord)

 

 

 

Saturday, March 22:

 

GEORGE BENSON

 

 

 

Brother Jack McDuff, ³Rock Candy,² Live! (Prestige/OJC)

 

George Benson, ³Eternally,² It¹s Uptown (Columbia)

 

- , ³Ready and Able,² Cookbook (-)

 

- , ³Willow Weep for Me,² It¹s Uptown (-)

 

- , ³Shape of Things That Are and Were,² Shape of Things to Come (A&M)

 

- , ³So What,² Beyond the Blue Horizon (CTI)

 

- , ³The Gentle Rain,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams,² Bad Benson (-)

 

- , ³Love for Sale,² Live at the Casa Caribe (Columbia River)

 

- , ³Plum,² Body Talk (CTI)

 

- , ³Sky Dive,² In Concert: Carnegie Hall (-)

 

Jimmy Smith, ³Mimosa,² Off the Top (Elektra)

 

George Benson, ³Stella by Starlight,² Tenderly (Wounded Bird/Warner Bros.)

 

- , ³Tenderly,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³I Could Write a Book,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Naima,² Guitar Man (Concord)

 

 

 

Friday, March 21:

 

FRED ANDERSON (a day early)

 

 

 

Joseph Jarman, ³Little Fox Run,² Song For (Delmark)

 

Fred Anderson, ³The Bull,² Milwaukee Tapes, Vol. 1 (Atavistic)

 

- , ³Birdhouse,² Birdhouse (Okka Disk)

 

Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake, ³Losel Droma,² Back Together Again (Thrill

Jockey)

 

Fred Anderson, ³Straight, but Not Straight,² Live at the Velvet Lounge (Okka

Disk)

 

- , ³Ladies in Love,² On the Run (Delmark)

 

- , ³Hamid¹s on Fire,² ­ (-)

 

 

 

Saturday, March 15:

 

CHARLES LLOYD

 

 

 

Charles Lloyd, ³Love-In,² Love-In (Atlantic)

 

- , ³Forest Flower ­ Sunrise,² Forest Flower (-)

 

- , ³Forest Flower ­ Sunset,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³East of the Sun,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Night Blooming Jasmine,² A Night in Copenhagen (Blue Note)

 

- , ³Durga Durga,² Canto (ECM)

 

Charles Lloyd/Cedar Walton/Buster Williams/Billy Higgins, ³Blues for Bill,² Acoustic Masters (Atlantic)

 

Charles Lloyd, ³Forest Flower: Sunrise/Sunset,² Voice in the Night (ECM)

 

- , ³Ken Katta Ma Om,² Jumping the Creek (-)

 

- , ³Sangam,² Sangam (-)

 

- , ³Hagar Suite: Journey Up River,² Hagar¹s Song (ECM)

 

 

 

Friday, March 14:

 

QUINCY JONES

 

 

 

Lionel Hampton, ³Kingfish,² Q: The Musical Biography of Quincy Jones (Rhino)

 

Art Farmer & Clifford Brown w/ the Swedish All Stars, ³Stockholm Sweetnin¹,² ­ (-)

 

Sonny Stitt, ³Love Walked In,² Plays Arrangements from the Pen of Quincy Jones (Roost)

 

Quincy Jones, ³Boo¹s Blues,² This Is How I Feel About Jazz (Impulse)

 

- , ³Evening in Paris,² ­ (-)

 

Dinah Washington, ³Makin¹ Whoopee,² Q: The Musical Biography of Quincy Jones

(Rhino)

 

Quincy Jones, ³Stockholm Sweetnin¹,² This Is How I Feel About Jazz (Impulse)

 

Sarah Vaughan, ³Misty,² Misty (Mercury)

 

Quincy Jones, ³Moanin¹,² Q: The Musical Biography (Rhino)

 

Milt Jackson, ³Alone Together,² The Ballad Artistry of (Atlantic)

 

Quincy Jones, ³The Midnight Sun Will Never Set,² Pure Delight (Razor & Tie)

 

- , ³Straight No Chaser,² Quintessence (Impulse)

 

- , ³The Quintessence,² ­ (-)

 

Count Basie, ³I Can¹t Stop Loving You,² Q: The Musical Biography of Quincy Jones (Rhino)

 

Quincy Jones, ³Dreamsville,² Pure Delight (Razor & Tie)

 

Frank Sinatra & Count Basie, ³Fly Me to the Moon,² Q: The Musical Biography of Quincy Jones (Rhino)

 

Quincy Jones, ³Killer Joe,² Walking in Space (A&M)

 

- , ³Gula Matari,² Gula Matari (-)

 

- , ³Walkin,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³What¹s Going On,² Smackwater Jack (-)

 

 

 

Saturday, March 8:

 

GABOR SZABO

 

 

 

Chico Hamilton, ³Freedom Traveler,² Charles Lloyd: Discovery! & Nirvana (Super Bird/Columbia)

 

- , ³Come Rain or Come Shine,² Transfusion (Studio West)

 

- , ³A Different Journey,² A Different Journey (Reprise)

 

Charles Lloyd, ³The Best Thing for You,² Discovery! & Nirvana (Super

Bird/Columbia)

 

- , ³Voice in the Night,² ­ (-)

 

Gabor Szabo, ³Gypsy ¹66,² Gypsy ¹66 (Universal/Impulse)

 

- , ³My Foolish Heart,² Spellbinder (Impulse)

 

- , ³Gypsy Queen,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Lou-ise,² The Sorcerer/More Sorcery (-)

 

- , ³Mizrab,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Breezin¹,² High Contrast (Verve/Blue Thumb)

 

- , ³Spellbinder,² Live (Blue Thumb)

 

- , ³Another Dream,² In Stockholm (Four Leaf Clover)

 

Paul Desmond, ³Romance de Amor,² Skylark (CTI)

 

Gabor Szabo, ³Django,² In Stockholm (Four Leaf Clover)

 

- , ³Out of the Night,² Femme Fatale (Pepita)

 

 

 

Friday, March 7:

 

MORE RECENT RELEASES

 

 

 

Pete Mills, ³Shiner,² Sweet Shadow (Cellar Live)

 

Dayna Stephens, ³Field of Landmines,² I¹ll Take My Chances (Criss Cross)

 

Ulysses Owens Jr., ³Fee Fi Fo Fum,² Onward & Upward (D-Clef)

 

David Weiss Endangeredd Species, ³Fall,² Music of Wayne Shorter (Motema)

 

Philip Cizack, ³Jacob and the Angel,² Single Soul (Criss Cross)

 

- , ³Twins of a Gazelle,² ­ (-)

 

Alex Sipiagin, ³Here and Now,² From Reality and Back (-)

 

Zach Brock, ³Purple Sounds,² Purple Sounds (-)

 

Mark Masters Ensemble, ³Show Biz Kids,² Everything You Did (Capri)

 

- , ³Bodhisattva,² ­ (-)

 

Burak Bedikyan, ³Here, There, Everywhere,² Circle of Life (Steeplechase)

 

- , ³Do You Still Have Hope?² ­ (-)

 

Ulysses Owens Jr., ³Human Nature,² Onward & Upward (D-Clef)

 

 

 

Saturday, March 1:

 

MAINSTREAM MIX

 

 

 

Buddy Tate, ³Me Œn¹ You,² Groovin¹ with Tate (Prestige)

 

Coleman Hawkins, ³C¹mon In,² Hawk Eyes (Prestige/OJC)

 

Ray Bryant, ³Blues #3,² Alone with the Blues (New Jazz/OJC)

 

Joe Newman, ³Taps Miller,² Jive at Five (Prestige/Swingville/OJC)

 

Pee Wee Russell, ³The Very Thought of You,² Swingin¹ with Pee Wee (Prestige)

 

Billie Holiday, - , Collection Vol. 3 (Columbia)

 

Kenny Burrell, ³Don¹t Cry Baby,² Kenny Burrell (Prestige/OJC)

 

Hal Singer, ³Midnight,² Blue Stompin¹ (-)

 

Bennie Green, ³Body and Soul,² Blows His Horn (-)

 

Grant Green, ³You and the Night and the Music,² Standards (Blue Note)

 

Johnny Hodges, ³Reelin¹ and Rockin¹,² Ben Webster: The Soul of (Verve)

 

Shorty Baker & Doc Cheatham, ³Good Queen Bess,² Shorty & Doc

(Prestige/Swingville/OJC)

 

Harry Edison, ³Pussy Willow,² The Swinger and Mr. Swing (Verve)

 

 

 

Friday, Feb. 28:

 

RECENT RELEASES

 

 

 

Donald Edwards, ³History of the Future,² Evolution of an Influenced Mind (Criss Cross)

 

- , ³Niecee,² ­ (-)

 

Christophe Marguet, ³Satiric Dancer,² Constellation (Abalone)

 

- , ³Argiroupoli,² ­ (-)

 

Seamus Blake & Chris Cheek, ³Na Carreira,² Reeds Ramble (Criss Cross)

 

- , ³1974 Blues,² ­ (-)

 

Jane Ira Bloom, ³My Ship,² Sixteen Sunsets (Outline)

 

Anna Webber, ³Dan:ce,² Percussive Mechanics (Pirouet)

 

- , ³Terrarosa,² ­ (-)

 

Mark Masters, ³Aja,² Everything You Did (Capri)

 

- , ³Chain Lightning,² ­ (-)

 

Tom Rainey, ³Prelude to a Kiss,² Obbligato (Intakt)

 

Mostly Other People Do the Killing,² President Polk,² Slippery Rock (Hot

Cup)

 

Alex Sipiagin, ³Son Livedeny Posle (Dream Seen Later),² From Reality and Back (5 Passion)

 

James Brandon Lewis, ³The Preacher¹s Baptist Beat,² Divine Travels (Okeh)

 

 

 

Saturday, Feb. 22:

 

REX STEWART

 

 

 

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "The Stampede," A Study in Frustration

(Columbia)

 

- , "Singin' the Blues 'Til My Daddy Comes Home," 1931 (Classics)

 

Luis Russell & His Orch., "Moods (Primitive)," 1930-1934 (-)

 

- , "Ol' Man River," - (-)

 

Duke Ellington Sextet, "Tough Truckin'," The Duke's Men: The Small Groups, Vol. 1 (Columbia)

 

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Showboat Shuffle," 1935-1936 (Classics)

 

- , "Trumpet in Spades (Rex's Concerto)," 1936-1937 (-)

 

- , "Kissin' My Baby Goodnight," - (-)

 

Rex Stewart & His 52nd Street Stompers, "Tea and Trumpets," The Duke's Men:

The Small Groups, Vol. 1 (Columbia)

 

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Battle of Swing," 1938, Vol. 3

(Classics)

 

- , "Boy Meets Horn," 1938-1939 (-)

 

- , "Subtle Lament," - (-)

 

Rex Stewart & His Feetwarmers, "Solid Old Man," Django Reinhardt: All Star Sessions (Blue Note)

 

- , "I Know That You Know," - (-)

 

- , ³Finesse,² ­ (-)

 

Lionel Hampton & His Orch., "Memories of You," 1938-1939 (Classics)

 

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Morning Glory," The Blanton-Webster Years

(Bluebird)

 

- , "Dusk," - (-)

 

Rex Stewart & His Orch., "Mobile Bay," Duke Ellington: 1940, Vol. 2

(Classics)

 

- , "Linger Awhile," - (-)

 

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "John Hardy's Wife," The Blanton-Webster Years

(Bluebird)

 

Rex Stewart & His Orch., "Menelik the Lion of Judah," Duke Ellington:

Centennial Edition: Complete RCA Victor Recordings 1927-1973 (RCA)

 

- , "Subtle Slough," - (-)

 

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Five O¹Clock Drag," The Blanton-Webster Years

(Bluebird)

 

- , "Main Stem," - (-)

 

Rex Stewart & His Orch., " Jug Blues," 1947-1948 (Classics)

 

Fletcher Henderson All Stars, "The Way She Walks," The Big Reunion

(Jazztone)

 

Stewart-Williams & Co., "It Ain't Necessarily So," Porgy & Bess Revisited (DRG/Warner Bros.)

 

- , "There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York," - (-)

 

 

 

Saturday, Feb. 15:

 

HENRY THREADGILL

 

 

 

AIR, ³Midnight Sun,² Air Raid (Why Not)

 

Material, ³Unauthorized,² Memory Serves (Elektra/Musician)

 

Henry Threadgill Sextet, ³Gateway,² Just the Facts and Pass the Bucket (About Time)

 

Henry Threadgill, ³Spotted Dick Is Pudding,² Easily Slip into Another World

(Novus)

 

Henry Threadgill Very Very Circus, ³Better Wrapped/Better Unrapped,² Too Much Sugar for a Dime (Axiom)

 

Henry Threadgill & Make a Move, ³Burnt Til Recognition,² Everybody¹s Mouth¹s a Book (PI)

 

- , ³Don¹t Turn Around,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Tickled Pink,² Up Popped the Two Lips (-)

 

Dafnis Prieto, ³Afrotango,² Absolute Quintet (Zoho)

 

Billy Bang, ³Reflections² (edit), Vietnam: Reflections (Justin Time)

 

Henry Threadgill Zooid, ³Sap,² This Brings Us to Volume 1 (PI)

 

- , ³See the Blackbird Now,² Tomorrow Sunny/The Revelry, Spp (-)

 

 

 

Friday, Feb. 14:

 

HAROLD ARLEN

 

 

 

Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra, "Happy Feet," Complete Okeh and Brunswick Bix Beiderbecke, Frank Trumbauer and Jack Teagarden Sessions (1924-36)

(Mosaic)

 

Fletcher Henderson & His Orch., "Sweet and Hot," 1931 (Classics)

 

Roland Smith's Rascals, "Kickin' the Gong Around," I Love to Sing-a: The Other Songs of Harold Arlen (Jass)

 

Leo Reisman & His Orch., "Steppin' into Love," - (-)

 

Louis Armstrong & His Orch., "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea,"

1931-1932 (Classics)

 

Harry Richman, "I Love a Parade," Encores from the 30's, Vol. 1, 1930-1935

(Epic)

 

Bing Crosby, "I've Got the World on a String," 16 Most Requested Songs

(Columbia)

 

Ethel Waters, "Stormy Weather," 1931-1934 (Classics)

 

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Get Yourself a New Broom (And Sweep All Your Troubles Away)," 1933 (Classics)

 

Washboard Rhythm Kings, "Happy as the Day Is Long," I Love to Sing-a: The Other Songs of Harold Arlen (Jass)

 

Horace Henderson & His Orch., "(The Anniversary of) Minnie the Moocher's Wedding Day," Ridin' in Rhythm (DRG)

 

Red Kenzie & the Spirits of Rhythm, "As Long as I Live," Spirits of Rhythm:

1933-1945 (Classics)

 

Don Redman & His Orch., "Ill Wind," I Love to Sing-a: The Other Songs of Harold Arlen (Jass)

 

Cab Calloway & His Orch., "I Love to Sing-a," - (-)

 

Erroll Garner Trio, "Over the Rainbow," Penthouse Serenade (Savoy)

 

Jimmie Lunceford & His Orch., "Blues in the Night, Parts 1 & 2," 1940-1941

(Classics)

 

Jack Teagarden & His Orch., "I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues," I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues (ASV/Living Era)

 

Art Tatum, ³Get Happy," Solos (1940) (Decca)

 

Nat "King" Cole Trio, "It's Only a Paper Moon," Best of: The Vocal Classics, Vol. 1 (1942-46) (Capitol)

 

Woody Herman & His Orch., "Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe," Blowin' Up a Storm (Columbia)

 

Mel Powell Quintet, "That Old Black Magic," Piano Prodigy (Ocium)

 

Billie Holiday, "One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)," Songs for Distingué Lovers (Verve)

 

Chet Baker, "This Time the Dream's on Me," Quartet with Russ Freeman (Pacific Jazz)

 

Ella Fitzgerald, "The Man That Got Away," Sings the Harold Arlen Songbook, Vol. 2 (-)

 

Frank Sinatra, "Come Rain or Come Shine,² Sinatra & Strings (Reprise)

 

John Coltrane, "My Shining Hour," Coltrane Jazz (Rhino/Atlantic)

 

Helen Merrill, "Out of This World," Clear out of This World (Gitanes)

 

 

 

Saturday, Feb. 8:

 

LONNIE JOHNSON, MONK/TRANE

 

 

 

Thelonious Monk, ³Monk¹s Mood,² Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall (Blue Note/Thelonious)

 

- , "Evidence," - (-)

 

- , "Crepuscule with Nellie," - (-)

 

- , "Nutty," - (-)

 

- , "Epistrophy," - (-)

 

- , "Bye-Ya," - (-)

 

- , "Sweet and Lovely," - (-)

 

- , "Blue Monk," - (-)

 

- , " Epistrophy," - (-)

 

Lonnie Johnson, "To Do This You Got to Know How," Playing with the Strings

(JSP)

 

- , "Falling Rain Blues," - (-)

 

- , "Woke Up with the Blues in My Fingers," Original Guitar Wizard (Proper)

 

Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five, "I'm Not Rough," Playing with the Strings

(JSP)

 

- , "Hotter Than That," - (-)

 

Blue Boys, ³Memphis Stomp,² Folks, He Sure Do Pull Some Bow! (Old Hat)

 

Duke Ellington & His Orch., "Move Over," Lonnie Johnson: Playing with the Strings (JSP)

 

- , "Hot and Bothered," - (-)

 

- , "The Mooche," - (-)

 

Lonnie Johnson & Blind Willie Dunn, "Two Tone Stomp," Original Guitar Wizard

(Proper)

 

- , "Have to Change Keys to Play These Blues," - (-)

 

Chocolate Dandies, "Paducah," Lonnie Johnson: Playing with the Strings (JSP)

 

Blind Willie Dunn's Gin Bottle Four, "Blue Blood Blues," - (-)

 

Lonnie Johnson & Blind Willie Dunn, "Blue Guitars," Original Guitar Wizard

(Proper)

 

- , "Hot Fingers," - (-)

 

 

 

Friday, Feb. 7:

 

RAY CRAWFORD, BILL MAYS

 

 

 

Bill Mays & Red Mitchell, "Well You Needn't," Two of a Mind (ITI)

 

- , "Willow Weep for Me," - (-)

 

Bill Mays & Ed Bickert, "Bick's Bag," Bill Mays/Ed Bickert (-)

 

Gerry Mulligan, "My Funny Valentine," Dream a Little Dream (Telarc)

 

Gerry Mulligan, "As Close as Pages in a Book," ­ (-)

 

Bill Mays Trio, "Wig Wise," An Ellington Affair (Concord)

 

Bill Mays (& Marvin Stamm), " Invention #8/Ah-Leu-Cha," Fantasy (Palmetto)

 

Bill Mays Trio, "Charade," Mays at the Movies (Steeplechase)

 

Ahmad Jamal, ³Billy Boy,² Legendary Okeh and Epic Recordings (Epic)

 

- , ³New Rhumba,² Chamber Music of the New Jazz (Argo)

 

- , ³A Foggy Day,² ­ (-)

 

Gil Evans Orch., ³Joy Spring,² Great Jazz Standards (Pacific Jazz)

 

Ray Crawford, ³I Knew Prez,² Smooth Groove (Candid)

 

Gil Evans Orch., ³La Nevada,² Great Jazz Standards (Pacific Jazz)

 

Ray Crawford, ³Impossible,² Smooth Groove (Candid)

 

Curtis Amy & Dupree Bolton, ³Lonely Woman,² Katanga! (Pacific Jazz)

 

Jimmy Smith, ³Blues for Charlie,² Unfinished Business (Mercury)

 

 

 

Saturday, Feb. 1:

 

JOE ³TRICKY SAM² NANTON

 

 

 

The Get Happy Band, "Junk Bucket Blues," Sidney Bechet: Vol. 2 (Masters of

Jazz)

 

Duke Ellington & His Kentucky Club Orch., "East St. Louis Toodle-O,"

Brunswick Recordings, Vol. 1 (MCA)

 

- , "The Creeper," 1924-1927 (Classics)

 

The Washingtonians, "Black and Tan Fantasy," Brunswick Recordings, Vol. 1

(MCA)

 

- , "Jubilee Stomp," Jubilee Stomp (Blluebird)

 

- , "Yellow Dog Blues," Brunswick Recordings, Vol. 1 (MCA)

 

The Jungle Band, "Tiger Rag (Part 2)," - (-)

 

Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orch., "Harlemania," Jungle Nights in Harlem (Bluebird)

 

The Jungle Band, "Harlem Flat Blues," Brunswick Recordings, Vol. 2 (MCA)

 

Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orch., "Hot Feet," Jungle Nights in Harlem

(Bluebird)

 

- , "Stevedore Stomp," Jubilee Stomp (-)

 

The Jungle Band, "Wall Street Wail," Brunswick Recordings, Vol. 2 (MCA)

 

- , "Double Check Stomp," 1930 (-)

 

Mills' Ten Black Berries, "Sweet Mama," OKeh Ellington (Columbia)

 

The Harlem Footwarmers, "Rockin' in Rhythm," - (-)

 

- , "Sweet Chariot," - (-)

 

New York Syncopators, "I Can't Realize That You Love Me," - (-)

 

Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orch., "Echoes of the Jungle," 1931-1932

(Classics)

 

Duke Ellington & His Famous Orch., "Harlem Speaks," Best of (1932-1939)

(Sony/BMG)

 

- , "Slap Happy," - (-)

 

- , "Portrait of Bert Williams," Never No Lament (Bluebird)

 

- , "Ko-Ko," - (-)

 

- , "Chloe (Song of the Swamp)," - (-)

 

- , ³The Giddybug Gallop,² ­ (-)

 

- , "Johnny Come Lately," - (-)

 

- , "Work Song," Black, Brown and Beige (1944-1946 Band Recordings) (-)

 

- , "Frankie and Johnny" (beg.), Carnegie Hall Concerts (December 1944)

(Prestige)

 

- , "Black and Tan Fantasy," Black, Brown and Beige (1944-1946 Band

Recordings) (Bluebird)

 

Duke Ellington & His World Famous Orch., "In a Jam," The Uncollected

(Hindsight)

 

 

 

Friday, Jan. 31:

 

R.I.P. ROY CAMPBELL

 

 

 

Roy Campbell, ³Angel,² New Kingdom (Delmark)

 

- , ³Thanks to the Creator,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Mariescia,² ­ (-)

 

Roy Campbell Pyramid, ³Chant for Don Cherry,² Communion (Silkheart)

 

Roy Campbell & William Parker, ³Inner Order,² Matthew Shipp: Pastoral Composure (Thirsty Ear)

 

Roy Campbell Pyramid, ³One for Hannibal,² Communion (Silkheart)

 

Roy Campbell Pyramid Trio, ³Malcolm, Martin and Mandela,² Ethnic Stew and Brew (Delmark)

 

- , ³Imhotep,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Heavenly Ascending,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Ethnic Stew and Brew,² ­ (-)

 

Roy Campbell Quartet, ³New Groes for the New Millenium,² It¹s Krunch Time (Thirsty Ear)

 

Ehran Elisha & Roy Campbell, ³The Dizzy Roach,² Watching Cartoons with Eddie (Out Now)

 

William Hooker, ³Bike Lane,² Heart of the Sun (Engine)

 

 

 

Saturday, Jan. 25:

 

BENNY GOLSON

 

 

 

Miles Davis, "Stablemates," New Quintet (Prestige/OJC)

 

Dizzy Gillespie, "Whisper Not," Big Band (Verve)

 

Benny Golson, "You're Mine You," New York Scene (Contemporary/OJC)

 

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers, "Are You Real,² Moanin' (Blue Note)

 

- , ³Along Came Betty," - (-)

 

- , "Blues March," - (-)

 

Art Farmer­Benny Golson Jazztet, "Park Avenue Petite," Meet the Jazztet

(Universal)

 

- , "Killer Joe," - (-)

 

- , "I Remember Clifford," - (-)

 

Benny Golson, "Three Little Words," Complete Argo/Mercury Art Farmer/Benny Golson/Jazztet Sessions (Mosaic)

 

- , "You're My Thrill," ­ (-)

 

- "The Touch," - (-)

 

- , "Goodbye," Quartet (LaserLight)

 

- , "Stable Mates," - (-)

 

- , "Terminal 1," Terminal 1 (Concord)

 

- , "Gypsy Jingle-Jangle," New Time, New 'Tet (-)

 

- , "Uptown Afterburn," - (-)

 

 

 

Friday, Jan. 24:

 

JIMMY FORREST

 

 

 

Andy Kirk & His Orch., ³Fare Thee Honey Fare Thee Well,² 1943-1949

(Classics)

 

Duke Ellington, ³The Greatest There Is,² Complete 1947-1952 (CBS)

 

Jimmy Forrest, ³Night Train,² Night Train (Delmark)

 

Harry Edison, ³Sunday,² The Swinger/Mr. Swing (Verve)

 

- , ³Love Is Here to Stay,² ­ (-)

 

Jimmy Forrest, ³Black Forrest² (first take), Black Forrest (Delmark)

 

Jack McDuff, ³Autumn Leaves,² Tough ¹Duff (Prestige/OJC)

 

Jimmy Forrest, ³When Your Lover Has Gone,² Forrest Fire (Prestige/OJC)

 

- , ³Bolo Blues,² Out of the Forrest (-)

 

- , ³Crash Program,² ­ (-)

 

Oliver Nelson/King Curtis/Jimmy Forrest, ³Soul Street² [beg.], Soul Battle

(-)

 

Jimmy Forrest, ³That¹s All,² Sit Down and Relax with (-)

 

- , ³The Moon Was Yellow,² ­ (-)

 

- , ³Matilda,² Most Much! (-)

 

- , ³I Love You,² - (-)

 

Blue Mitchell, ³Mi Hermano,² Soul Village (Mainstream)

 

Count Basie Big Band, ³Body and Soul,² Fun Time (Pablo/OJC)

 

- , ³Plain Brown Wrapper,² I Told You So (-)

 

Al Grey, ³All of Me,² Struttin¹ and Shoutin¹ (Columbia)

 

Count Basie Big Band, ³Bag of Dreams,² Montreux ¹77 (Pablo/OJC)

 

 

 

Saturday, Jan. 18:

 

MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY / PRAYER for PEACE

 

 

 

Gregory Tardy, "Take My Hand Precious Lord," Hidden Light (J Curve)

 

Pharoah Sanders, "Hum-Allah-Hum-Allah-Hum Allah," Jewels of Thought

(Impulse)

 

Eric Dolphy, "Come Sunday," Iron Man (Restless/Douglas)

 

Bill Evans, "Peace Piece," Everybody Digs Bill Evans (Riverside/OJC)

 

Weather Report, "What's Going On," Sportin' Life (Columbia)

 

Ornette Coleman, "Peace," The Shape of Jazz to Come (Rhino/Atlantic)

 

Horace Silver, "Peace," Blowin' the Blues Away (Blue Note)

 

Charles Lloyd, "Lift Every Voice and Sing," Lift Every Voice (ECM)

 

Jessica Williams, "The Creator Has a Master Plan," Arrival (Jazz Focus)

 

John Coltrane, "Peace on Earth," Live in Japan (Impulse)

 

Duke Ellington, "Reflections in D," Piano Reflections (Capitol)

 

Nina Simone, "Why? (The King of Love Is Dead)," Best of (RCA)

 

Staple Singers, "Freedom Highway," Freedom Highway (Columbia)

 

Dock Reed & Vera Hall Ward, "Free at Last," Every Tone a Testimony

(Smithsonian/Folkways)

 

Southern Sons, "My Prayer for Tomorrow," Deep South Gospel (Alligator)

 

 

 

Friday: Jan. 17:

 

BILLY HARPER

 

 

 

Lee Morgan, ³Capra Black,² Last Session (Blue Note)

 

Billy Harper Quintet, ³The Cry of Hunger,² Live on Tour in the Far East, Vol. 3 (Steeplechase)

 

- , ³If One Could Only See,² Live on Tour in the Far East, Vol. 1 (-)

 

- , ³The One That Makes the Rain Stop,² Destiny Is Yours (-)

 

- , ³Soran-Bushi, B.H.,² Live on Tour in the Far East, Vol. 3 (-)

 

- , ³Priestess,² Live on Tour in the Far East, Vol. 2 (-)

 

 

 

Saturday, Jan. 11:

 

OSIE JOHNSON

 

 

 

Chris Powell & His Blue Flames, "Ida Red," Clifford Brown: Beginning and End

(Columbia)

 

Johnny Hodges, "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," Complete Sessions 1951-1955

(Mosaic)

 

Illinois Jacquet, "The Kid and the Brute," Flying Home (Verve)

 

Bull Ruther, "I Poured My Heart into a Song," Basses Loaded (RCA)

 

Osie Johnson Quintet, "Johnson's Whacks," Osie's Oasis (Period/OJC)

 

Osie Johnson & His Orch., "Osie's Oasis," - (-)

 

Coleman Hawkins, "I'm Shooting High," Hawk in Hi Fi (Bluebird)

 

Tony Scott Quartet, "Counterpoint Pleasant," & the Three Dicks (Lone Hill)

 

Billy Bauer, "Lincoln Tunnel," Plectrist (Verve)

 

Oscar Pettiford Orch., "Smoke Signal," Deep Passion (Impulse)

 

Whitey Mitchell Sextette, "Once in a While," Steve Lacy: Early Years (Fresh

Sound)

 

Gigi Gryce­Donald Byrd Jazz Laboratory, "Splittin'," At Newport (Verve)

 

Hank Jones Quartet, "Don't Ever Leave Me," Vol. 2 (Gambit)

 

Dave McKenna, "This Is the Moment," This Is the Moment (Portrait)

 

- , "Da-Da-Da-Go-Dig-It," - (-)

 

Hal Singer w/ Charlie Shavers, "Fancy Pants," Blue Stompin' (Prestige/OJC)

 

Coleman Hawkins, "Stealin' the Bean," Hawk Eyes (-)

 

Tal Farlow, "Wess Side," Complete Verve Sessions (Mosaic)

 

Pee Wee Russell, "Lulu's Back in Town," Swingin' with Pee Wee (Prestige/OJC)

 

Kenny Burrell, "Loie," Best of (Blue Note)

 

Ben Webster, "See You at the Fair," See You at the Fair (Impulse)

 

Jimmy Raney, "Betaminus," Two Jims and Zoot (Mainstream)

 

 

 

Friday, Jan. 10:

 

MAX ROACH

 

 

 

Charlie Parker¹s Reboppers, ³KoKo,² Birdsong (Savoy)

 

Jay Jay Johnson¹s Beboppers, ³Jay Jay,² Origins (-)

 

Charlie Parker Quintet, ³Klactoveesedstene,² Birdsong (Savoy)

 

Bud Powell Trio, ³Un Poco Loco,² The Amazing, Vol. 1 (Blue Note)

 

Charlie Parker Quartet, ³Kim,² Charlie Parker (Verve)

 

Clifford Brown­Max Roach Quintet, ³Stompin¹ at the Savoy,² Brown and Roach Incorporated (Emarcy)

 

- , ³Love Is a Many Splendored Thing,² At Basin Street (-)

 

Sonny Rollins, ³St. Thomas,² Saxophone Colossus (Prestige/OJC)

 

Thelonious Monk, ³Bemsha Swing,² Brilliant Corners (Riverside/OJC)

 

Max Roach, ³There Will Never Be Another You,² Deeds, Not Words (-)

 

- , ³Garvey¹s Ghost,² Percussion Bitter Sweet (Impulse)

 

- , ³For Big Sid,² Drums Unlimited (Atlantic)

 

M¹Boom, ³Onomatopoeia,² M¹Boom (Columbia)

 

Max Roach & Abdullah Ibrahim, ³Streams of Consciousness,² Streams of Consciousness (Piadrum)

 

Max Roach Double Quartet, ³Elixir Suite,² Bright Moments (Soul Note)

 

Max Roach, ³Self Portrait,² To the Max (Mesa/Bluemoon)

 

 

 

Saturday, Jan. 4:

 

SLIM GAILLARD & FRANK NEWTON

 

 

 

Frankie Newton & His Uptown Serenaders, "'Cause My Baby Says It's So,"

1937-1939 (Classics)

 

Slim & Slam, "Flat Fleet Floogie," Slim Gaillard: 1937-1938  (-)

 

- , "Oh, Lady Be Good," - (-)

 

- , "Tutti Frutti," - (-)

 

- , "Laughin' in Rhythm," - (-)

 

Slim Gaillard & His Flat-Foot-Floogee Boys, "Chicken Rhythm," 1939-1940 (-)

 

- , "Matzoh Balls," - (-)

 

- , "Palm Springs Jump," 1940-1942 (-)

 

- , "Ra-Da-Da-Da," - (-)

 

Slim Gaillard & His Orch., "Popity Pop," Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie:

Bebop's Heartbeat (Savoy)

 

- , "Dizzy Boogie," - (-)

 

- , "Slim's Jam," - (-)

 

Slim Gaillard, "Avocado Seed Soup Symphony, Part 1," The Legendary McVouty

(Hep)

 

Slim Gaillard & His Orch., "Yep Roc Heresy," ­ (-)

 

- , "Down by the Station," 1947-1951 (-)

 

Bessie Smith with Buck & His Band, "Do Your Duty," Complete Recordings, Vol.

5: Final Chapter (Columbia)

 

Frankie Newton & His Uptown Serenaders, "You Showed Me the Way," 1937-1939

(Classics)

 

- , "There's No Two Ways About It," - (-)

 

- , "The Onyx Hop," - (-)

 

Frankie Newton & Orch., "The Blues My Baby Gave to Me," - (-)

 

- , "Minor Jive," - (-)

 

Port of Harlem Jazzmen, "Rockin' the Blues," The Port of Harlem Jazzmen (Blue Note)

 

Port of Harlem Seven, "Pounding Heart Blues," - (-)

 

Frank Newton Quintet, "After Hours Blues," - (-)

 

Art Tatum, "Sweet Georgia Brown," God Is in the House (HighNote)

 

James P. Johnson's New York Orch., "The Dream," New York Jazz (Stinson)

 

 

 

Friday, Jan. 3:

 

HERBIE NICHOLS

 

 

 

Herbert Nichols acc. Chocolate Williams & His Chocolateers, "'S'Wonderful,"

Thelonious Monk and Herbie Nichols (Savoy)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, "The Third World," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue

Note)

 

- , "Step Tempest," - (-)

 

Misha Mengelberg et al., - , Change of Season (Soul Note)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, "Blue Chopsticks," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue

Note)

 

Roswell Rudd et al., - , Regeneration (Soul Note)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, "Amoeba's Dance," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue

Note)

 

Owen Howard, "2300 Skiddoo," Pentagon (Koch)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, - , Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

 

Herbie Nichols, "Cro-Magnon Nights," ­ (-)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, "Lady Sings the Blues," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

 

Archie Shepp, - , Live in San Francisco (Impulse)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, "House Party Starting," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue Note)

 

String Trio of New York, - , Intermobility (Arabesque)

 

Duck Baker, "134th Street," Spinning Song (Avant)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, ³117th Street,² Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue

Note)

 

Joe Thomas, "Blues for Baby," Vic Dickenson/Joe Thomas: Mainstream

(Koch/Atlantic)

 

Herbie Nichols Trio, "Spinning Song," Complete Blue Note Recordings (Blue

Note)