World of Jazz 337

  1. Angelika Niescier “The Surge” from New York Trio (Intakt) 00:00
  2. Matthias Spillmann “Peace” from Live At The Bird’s Eye Jazz Club (Clean Feed) 09:53
  3. Ocean Fanfare “We Can’t Stop Now” from First Nature (Barefoot Records) 16:06
  4. Regina Carter “Day Dreaming On The Niger” from Reverse Thread (E1 Entertainment) 21:37
  5. Stefano Bollani “Caos Calmo” from Omaggio Alle Occassioni Perdute (Casa Del Jazz) 28:27
  6. Bobby Hutcherson “Ghetto Lights” from Dialogue (Blue Note) 36:10
  7. Bobby Hutcherson “Ankara” from Patterns (Blue Note) 43:15
  8. Bobby Hutcherson “Theme from ‘Blow Up” from Oblique(Blue Note) 50:30
  9. Hayden Chisholm, Marcus Schmickler, Philip Zoubek “Miles” from Cassiopeian Slowdance (Moontower Foundation) 59:11
  10. Hearts & Minds “Back & Forth” from Electroradiance (Astral Spirits) 1:10:40
  11. Steve Kuhn “Solar” from Live at Maybeck Recital Hall Vol 13 (Concord Jazz) 1:16:20
  12. Matthias Spillmann “A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing” from Live At The Bird’s Eye Jazz Club (Clean Feed) 1:26:50
  13. Angelika Niescier “Ekim” from New York Trio (Intakt) 1:37:45
  14. Ocean Fanfare “Cordovan” from First Nature (Barefoot Records) 1:43:00
  15. Steve Kuhn, Miroslav Vitous, Aldo Romano “Oceans In The Sky” from Oceans In The Sky (Owl Records) 1:48:30

SHOW NOTES

Angelika Niescier “The Surge” from New York Trio (Intakt)

released April 19, 2019

  • Angelika Niescier: Alto Saxophone
  • Christopher Tordini: Bass
  • Gerald Cleaver: Drums
  • Jonathan Finlayson: Trumpet

Music by angelika niescier. Recorded January 16, 2018, at Douglas Recording, Brooklyn

Matthias Spillmann “Peace” from Live At The Bird’s Eye Jazz Club (Clean Feed)

  • Matthias Spillmann trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Andreas Lang double bass
  • Moritz Baumgärtner drums

Recorded Live at the Bird’s Eye Jazz Club, Basel Switzerland, July 21 & 22, 2017

An Ornette Coleman composition

Ocean Fanfare “We Can’t Stop Now” from First Nature (Barefoot Records) 

released April 4, 2019

  • Sven Dam Meinild Alto Saxophone
  • Tomasz Dąbrowski Trumpet
  • Richard Andersson Double Bass
  • Peter Bruun Drums

Regina Carter “Day Dreaming On The Niger” from Reverse Thread (E1 Entertainment)

Accordion – Gary Versace
Bass –   Mamadou Ba (tracks: 2, 3, 9)
Drums, Percussion – Alvester Garnett
Percussion – Alvester Garnett
Violin – Regina Carter

Released in 2010

Stefano Bollani “Caos Calmo” from Omaggio Alle Occassioni Perdute (Casa Del Jazz)

Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Nico Gori
Double Bass – Ferruccio Spinetti
Drums, Percussion – Cristiano Calcagnile
Piano – Stefano Bollani
Soprano, Tenor Saxophone and Baritone Saxophone,EWI – Mirko Guerrini

Released in 2008

Bobby Hutcherson “Ghetto Lights” from Dialogue (Blue Note)

Bass – Richard Davis
Drums – Joe Chambers
Piano – Andrew Hill
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute – Sam Rivers
Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Vibraphone, Marimba – Bobby Hutcherson

1965

First album as a leader

“Ghetto Lights” was written whilst Bobby was at Hill’s house and was inspired by a tune played by Hill’s wife, Laverne. As Hutcherson recounted, “some of her tunes had a real ghetto feel”

The Penguin Guide to Jazz awarded it the maximum five stars, as well as the special “crown” accolade .   “Dialogue stands head and shoulders above [Hutcherson’s other classic Blue Note dates]. Drawing on some of the free-harmonic and -rhythmic innovations developed on Eric Dolphy’s Out to Lunch (on which Hutcherson played), he began to develop a complex contrapuntal style that involved parallel melodies rather than unisons and complex rhythmic patterns which he conceived… as focal points round which the musicians operated

Bobby Hutcherson “Ankara” from Patterns (Blue Note)

Alto Saxophone, Flute – James Spaulding
Bass – Reggie Workman
Drums – Joe Chambers
Piano – Stanley Cowell
Vibraphone  – Bobby Hutcherson

A Joe Chambers composition

Recorded on March 14, 1968 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

Released 1980

Bobby Hutcherson “Theme from ‘Blow Up” from Oblique(Blue Note)

Bass – Albert Stinson
Drums – Joe Chambers
Piano – Herbie Hancock
Vibraphone   – Bobby Hutcherson

Recorded on July 21, 1967. Released 1979

Hayden Chisholm, Marcus Schmickler, Philip Zoubek “Miles” from Cassiopeian Slowdance (Moontower Foundation)

  • Hayden Chisholm – Saxophone, Bass Clarinet
  • Marcus Shmickler – Electronics
  • Phillip Zoubek – Prepared Piano
  • Daniel Schroteler – Drums

Hearts & Minds “Back & Forth” from Electroradiance (Astral Spirits)

released October 5, 2018

HEARTS & MINDS is:
Jason Stein — bass clarinet
Paul Giallorenzo — synthesizer, keyboards
Chad Taylor — drums, percussion

Steve Kuhn “Solar” from Live at Maybeck Recital Hall Vol 13 (Concord Jazz)

Solo piano – Recorded live at Maybeck Recital Hall, Berkeley, CA, November 18, 1990 released 1991

Matthias Spillmann “A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing” from Live At The Bird’s Eye Jazz Club
Angelika Niescier “Ekim” from New York Trio (Intakt)
Ocean Fanfare “Cordovan” from First Nature 

Steve Kuhn, Miroslav Vitous, Aldo Romano “Oceans In The Sky” from Oceans In The Sky (Owl Records)

Double Bass – Miroslav Vitous
Drums – Aldo Romano
Piano – Steve Kuhn

Recorded at Ferber Studio, Paris, September 20, 21, 1989, released 1990

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