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"This Much is Certain" with Forrest (archive)

Sunday, June 12, 2011 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Eric Dolphy Jitterbug Waltz Conversations Celluloid
Sun Ra and his Astro Infinity Arkestra Holiday for Strings Holiday for Soul Dance Evidence 1968
Jimmy Rushing Sonny Boy Blues Every Day I Have the Blues Impulse 1968
Coleman Hawkins Jumping for Jane Body and Soul RCA 1947; Roach, Navarro, JJ Johnston
Joe Haymes and his Orchestra Hot Jazz Pie 1932-35 bluebird 1932; Mike Dotey vocals
Hank Mobley The Breakdown Roll Call Blue Note 1960; hubbard, mobley, chambers, blakey
Coleman hawkins The world is waiting for the sun the Genius of... verve
Max Roach A Little Booker To the Max! Mr. Bluemoon
ARchie Shepp Quintet/Annette Lowman Lush Life Lover Man Timeless
Jimmy Heath Dew and Mud Nice People Riverside 1962;
Thelonious Monk w/ John Coltrane Epistrophy at Carnegie Hall blue note 19574
Duke Ellington Ready Go! Jazz Party Columbia 1959; paul gonsalves on sax
Ella Fitz & Louis A. I won't dance Again Verve
Miles Davis sippin' at Bells First Miles Savoy 1947; Charlie Parker, Max Roach
JJ Johnson my old flame the trombone master CBS
Buck Clayton After Hours Jam Sessions from the vault Columbia 1956; Billy Butterfield, Ruby Braff trumpets; Coleman Hawkins tenor sax
Wynton Marsalis / Duke Ellington The Mooche Columbia Jazz Masterpieces radio show, vol. 3 columbia