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

Jazz Program
Sunday, November 24, 2019 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Jazz Program

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
The Science Fiction Corporation Galactic Adventures of the Outer Space Fleet "Hope" Dance With Action
Carla Bley / Paul Haines, with John McLaughlin, Paul Motian, Don Cherry, Leroy Jenkins, et al. Rawalpindi Blues Escalator Over the Hill : A Chronotransduction ECM Records "Escalator Over the Hill" was recorded over three years, 1968-71. Famously, LP Side 6 ended in a locked groove, the final Track ". . . And It's Again" continuing infinitely on manual record players. On my CD release, the final "hum" goes on for nearly 20 minutes before fading out. (See the Liner Notes, as well as the Wikipedia entry for more details.) The music critic for Time Out wrote that "Escalator Over the Hill" had "All the musical audacity of Sgt. Pepper, with better performers". Downbeat called it "A masterpiece, to put it mildly".
Carla Bley / Paul Haines, with John McLaughlin, Paul Motian, Don Cherry, Leroy Jenkins, et al. End of Rawalpindi Escalator Over the Hill : A Chronotransduction ECM Records
Patsy Cline Try Again The Patsy Cline Collection
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Out There A Minute Out There A Minute Blast First
Henri Rene & His Orchestra Sleep Walk Ultra-Lounge Vol. 6: Rhapsodesia
Wayne Shorter Footprints Untinted: Sources for Madlib's "Shades of Blue"
Jack Teagarden Orchestra These Things You Left Me It's Time for "T"
John Zorn, George Lewis & Bill Frisell Peckin' Time More News for Lulu - Live in Paris & Basel 1989
Charles Mingus Pedal Point Blues AH AUM - 50th Anniversary (Legacy Edition)
The Ventures Pedal Pusher Walk Don't Run: The Best of The Ventures
Louis Armstrong 2:19 Blues 100e Anniversaire CD
Frank Dunlop "What's My Line?" Theme Melba Liston & Her 'Bones
Thelonious Monk Just a Gigolo Misterioso
Koko Taylor Whatever I Am, You Made Me Koko Taylor
Kenyon Hopkins Contract With Depravity Crime Jazz: Music in the First Degree
Dim Dim El Bombo Atomico [Pizza del Sol mix] Tipsy Re-mix Party!
Mary Lou Williams What's Your Story, Morning Glory? Nite Life
Rez Abbasi & Junction And I You Behind the Vibration
Nat King Cole Trio This Will Make You Laugh The Jazz Collector Series
Ken Nordine What's There to Do? A Transparent Mask For Yoko[mole] --
Daniel Romano I'm Not Crying Over You Come Cry With Me
Harry Partch And on the 7th Day, Petals Fall in Petaluma Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones
V/A Thanksgiving in Stoughton The Tarquin Records Holiday Sampler Happy Thanksgiving to All!
Gerry Mulligan & The Teddy Wilson Trio Utter Chaos Jazz at Newport 1956-1961 Not Now Music
* Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer When I Grow Too Old to Dream Wahoo! Community Music
Zas Trio! St. James Infirmary Round About Armstrong Karonte