||Faces in the Jazzmatazz
||Son of Word Jazz
||Rhino Word Beat, 1990
||initially released 1958
||The Creator Has a Master Plan
||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
||This recording from the album, The Return of the 5,000 lb. Man, Warner Brothers, 1976.
||Meditations for a Pair of Wire Cutters
||Universal Classics and Jazz
||Charles Mingus composition. Recorded 3/24-29, 2010.
||Blue Note, 1989
||Recorded on 12/16/88.
||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.]
||The Majesty of the Blues
||The Majesty of the Blues, 1989
||Recorded 10/27-28, 1988.
|Sonny Sharrock Band
||As We Used to Sing
||Ask the Ages, 1991
||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).
||Night Time is the Right Time
||That's What I Say, 2005
||Album features the music of Ray Charles. John Scofield, guitar; Warren Haynes, vocals on this song. Released 6/2005.
||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.
||'Cause We've Ended as Lovers
||Jeff Beck Performing This Week Live at Ronnie Scotts, 2008
||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.
||St. James Infirmary
||The Bright Mississippi, 2009
||Recorded 3/19-22, 2008.