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

Jazz Program
Sunday, July 8, 2012 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Gil Evans Orange Was the Color of Her Dress Live at the Public Theater - New York 1980 Evidence (1994) Charles Mingus composition.
Charles Mingus Orange Was the Color of Her Dress, Then Silk Blues Mingus Plays Piano Grp (1997)
The Boswell Sisters Everybody Loves My Baby Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology Smithsonian Folkways (2010)
Shamalamacord Super Secret Track #2 Shamalamacord s/r "East St. Louis Toodle-Oo"
Jaki Byard Evidence The Jaki Byard Experience Ojc (1999)
Ken Nordine Chartreuse Colors Asphodel Records (2000)
John TchiCai with Rent Romus' The Lords of Outland! Chartreuse Adapt . . . or Die! Jazzheads (1999)
Monk Higgins Little Green Apples Blue Break Beats, vol. 4 Blue Note (1999)
Rahsaan Roland Kirk & Al Hibbler (v) Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me A Meeting Of the Times Rhino/Wea UK (2004)
Danyel Morgan & Robert Randolph You've Got to Move Recorded Live At The Second Sacred Steel Convention Arhoolie Records (2002; 2011)
Charles Mingus Track A - Solo Dancer The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse! (1995) Personnel: Rolf Ericson, Richard Williams (trumpets); Quentin Jackson (trombone); Don Butterfield (tuba); Jerome Richardson (soprano, baritone saxophone and flute); Dick Hafer (tenor saxophone and flute); Charlie Mariano (alto saxophone); Jaki Byard (piano); Jay Berliner (guitar); Mingus (bass and piano); Dannie Richmond (drums). Recorded 1/20/1963. "Stop! Look! And Listen, Sinner Jim Whitney!"
Charles Mingus Track B - Duet Solo Dancers The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse! (1995) "Hearts Beat and Shades in Physical Embrace"
Charles Mingus Track C - Group Dancers The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse! (1995) "(Soul Fusion) Freewoman and Oh, This Freedom's Slave Cries"
Charles Mingus Medley: Mode D - Trio and Group Dancers The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse! (1995) "Stop! Look! And Sing Songs of Revolutions!"
Charles Mingus Mode E - Single Solos and Group Dance The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse! (1995) "Saint and Sinner Join in Merriment on Battle Front"
Charles Mingus Mode F - Group and Solo Dance The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse! (1995) "Of Love, Pain, and Passioned Revolt, then Farewell, My Beloved, 'til It's Freedom Day"
Kurt Ellenberger Trio Sorcerer's Apprentice Songs From Far West Challenge (1999)
Frank Zappa The Grand Wazoo The Grand Wazoo Zappa Records (1995)
Junior Mance St. James Infirmary Harlem Lullaby Warner, Japan (n/d)