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"Out There a Minute" with Micheal Akutagawa (archive)

Sunday, January 16, 2011 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Ken Nordine Faces in the Jazzmatazz Son of Word Jazz Rhino Word Beat, 1990 initially released 1958
Pharoah Sanders The Creator Has a Master Plan Karma, 1969 MCA Pharoah Sanders, tenor sax; Leon Thomas, vocal and percussion; lyrics by Amosis Leontopolis Thomas. Recorded 2/14/1969. The album, Pharaoh Sanders, The Impulse Story (Verve Music Group) includes the full 33+ minute version of the song.
Rahsaan Roland Kirk "Theme for 'The Eulipions'" Simmer, Reduce, Garnish and Serve, 1995 Warner Brothers This recording from the album, The Return of the 5,000 lb. Man, Warner Brothers, 1976.
Junko Onishi Meditations for a Pair of Wire Cutters Baroque, 2010 Universal Classics and Jazz Charles Mingus composition. Recorded 3/24-29, 2010.
Don Pullen Jana's Delight New Beginnings Blue Note, 1989 Recorded on 12/16/88.
Miles Davis Miles Runs the Voodoo Down The Complete "Bitches Brew" Sessions, 2004 Sony Music Entertainment Recorded 8/20, 21, 1969. [Note: There seems to be a discrepancy in the re-issues book and liner notes; see pp. 17 and 89.]
Wynton Marsalis The Majesty of the Blues The Majesty of the Blues, 1989 CBS Records Recorded 10/27-28, 1988.
Sonny Sharrock Band As We Used to Sing Ask the Ages, 1991 Axiom Sonny Sharrock, guitar; Pharoah Sanders, soprano saxophone. This performance is also to be found on the album "Progressions: 100 Years of Jazz Guitar" (Sony, 2005).
John Scofield Night Time is the Right Time That's What I Say, 2005 Verve Album features the music of Ray Charles. John Scofield, guitar; Warren Haynes, vocals on this song. Released 6/2005.
David Gogo It's a Man's Man's World" Live at Deer Lake, Official Bootleg Series, vol 1, 2006 Cordova Bay Records, 2010 A James Brown song. This live version released 11/7/2006.
Jeff Beck 'Cause We've Ended as Lovers Jeff Beck Performing This Week Live at Ronnie Scotts, 2008 Eagle Records Jeff Beck, guitar; Tal Wilkenfeld, bass; The song is a Stevie Wonder composition. "Progressions: 100 Years of Jazz Guitar" (see above), disc 4, contains a 1975 Jeff Beck recording of the song, produced by George Martin, with Phil Chenn on bass.
Allen Toussaint St. James Infirmary The Bright Mississippi, 2009 Nonesuch Recorded 3/19-22, 2008.