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"This Much is Certain" with Forrest (archive)

Sunday, February 23, 2014 | 10:00 to 12:00 | jazz!

Artist Song Album Label Comments
archie shepp le matin des noire red hot on impulse impulse shepp tenor sax
hank mobley roll call roll call blue note fred hubbard trumpet; mobley tenor sax; art blakey drums; 1960
Andrew Hill Flight 19 Point of Departure blue note 1964; hill piano; dolphy bass clarinet
thelonious monk quartet w/ john coltrain bye-ya at carnegie hall blue note 1657
Duke Ellington A Tone Parellel to Harlem (the Harlem Suite) Uptown columbia 1951
the Bill Evans Quintet Loose Bloose the interplay sessions milestone 1962
Charlie Parker The Bird the jazz scene verve
the dave brubeck trio spring is here ? fantasy record store day release!
duke ellington/max roach/charles mingus switch blade money jungle blue note 1962
miles davis well you needn't md vol.2 blue note 1954; blakey drums; heath bass; horace silver piano
John Coltrane Little Melonae Trane's Reign prestige 1958; Trane tenor sax; paul chambers bass; arthur taylor drums; red garland piano
kid thomas and his algiers stompers milk cow blues new orleans: the legends live jazzology KT trumpet; ragtime stompers
ida cox blues for rampart street blues for rampart street riverside w/ coleman hawkins quintet
the king oliver creole jazz band canal street blues featuring Louis Armstrong olympic 1923; actually formed in Chicago
johnny dodds and kid ory perdido street blues ? columbia 1926?
louis armstrong the hot fives YOU'RE NEXT the hot fives vol.1 coumbia 1926
charles mingus sextet w/ dolphy jitterbug waltz cornell 1964 blue note