World of Jazz 350

  1. John Coltrane “Billie’s Bounce” from The Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 00:00
  2. Khan Jamal “Blues for P.C.” from Impressions of Coltrane (Steeplechase) 10:44
  3. Jack DeJohnette, Matthew Garrison, Ravi Coltrane “Alabama” from In Movement (ECM) 19:51
  4. Teodross Avery “Blues Minor” from After The Rain, A Night For Coltrane (Tompkins Square) 27:10
  5. Max Schultz “Afro Blue” from Max Schultz Plays Coltrane (Touché Music) ‎37:22
  6. Dominic Duval, Jimmy Halperin, Brian Willson “Naima” from Music of John Coltrane (NoBusiness Records) 42:32
  7. McCoy Tyner “Naima” from Echoes of a Friend (JVC) 53:27
  8. Jürgen Hagenlocher “Wise One” from JHQ plays Coltrane (Jürgen Hagenlocher) 1:00:46
  9. John Coltrane “Lonnies Lament” from Crescent (Impulse) 1:11:49
  10. Paul Dunmall, Tony Bianco “Alabama” from Thank You John Coltrane (SLAM Productions) 1:24:10
  11. Sonny Fortune “Ole” from In The Spirit of John Coltrane (Shanachie) 1:30:46
  12. Paul Dunmall Sunship Quartet “Ascension” from John Coltrane 50th Anniversary Memorial Concert at Cafe OTO (Confront Core Series)
  13. Diego Rivera “Naima” from Connections (Posi-tone) 1:42:18
  14. John Coltrane “Syeeda’s Song Flute” from The Heavyweight Champion: The Complete Atlantic Recordings (Atlantic) 1:53:20

LATE SESSION BONUS CONTENT ON MIXCLOUD SELECT  (only subscribers can access this show)

  1. John Coltrane – Vilia (Take 5)
  2. Ravi Coltrane – After The Rain
  3. Max Schultz –  The Wise One
  4. Sonny Fortune – Africa
  5. John Coltrane – Impressions (Take 2)
  6. Max Schultz – Central Park West
  7. George Garzone, Peter Erskine, Alan Pasqua, Darek Oles – Equinox
  8. Dominic Duval, Jimmy Halperin, Brian Willson – Pursuance
  9. Alan Skidmore – Ascension
  10. Frank Catalano & Jimmy Chamberlin – A Love Supreme Part 1
  11. Khan Jamal – One Down One Up
  12. Diego Rivera – Naima
  13. Max Roach – Giant Steps
  14. Tisziji Munoz – Wise One
  15. John Coltrane – Untitled Original 11386 (Take 5)

  • To mark reaching the 350th edition of World of Jazz a show focusing on the music of John Coltrane with music from the man and also interpretations of his compositions by other jazz artists….
  • HOUR ONE
  • John Coltrane “Billie’s Bounce” from The Prestige Recordings
    • Originally from from Dig It!  by The Red Garland Quintet, recorded in 1957 and 1958 but not released until 1962 on the Prestige label as PRLP 7229
    • A Charlie Parker composition
    • Red Garland – piano
      John Coltrane – tenor saxophone
      Donald Byrd – trumpet
      George Joyner – bass
      Art Taylor – drums
  • Khan Jamal “Blues for P.C.” from Impressions of Coltrane
    • A song in homage to the great bassist Paul Chambers who worked with JC on his Prestige recordings and as part of the first great MD quintet – Coltrane would honour Chambers via the tune Mr PC
    • Steeplechase
    • Bass – Curtis Lundy
    • Drums – Edgar Bateman
    • Piano – Farid Barron
    • Vibraphone – Khan Jamal
    • 2009
  • Jack DeJohnette, Matthew Garrison, Ravi Coltrane “Alabama” from In Movement (ECM)
    • 2016
    • ECM
    • Originally on the Coltrane album Live at Birdland (1963). It was written in response to the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1963, an attack by the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama that killed four African-American girls
  • Teodross Avery “Blues Minor” from After The Rain, A Night For Coltrane
    • Originally on the Africa/Brass album
    • Teodross Avery tenor, soprano saxophone
      Adam Shulman piano
      Jeff Chambers acoustic bass
      Darrell Green drums2019 Tompkins Square TSQ 5623
  • Max Schultz “Afro Blue” from Max Schultz Plays Coltrane
    • Mongo Santamaria composition
    • Live at Birdland – jazz waltz
    • Touché Music
    • ‎Bass – Dan Berglund
      Drums – Magnus Öström
      Guitar – Max Schultz
      Piano – Bobo Stenson
  • Dominic Duval, Jimmy Halperin, Brian Willson “Naima” from Music of John Coltrane
    • Originally on Giant Steps
    • NoBusiness Records 2010
    • Bass – Dominic Duval
      Drums – Brian Willson
      Tenor Saxophone – Jimmy Halperin
  • McCoy Tyner “Naima” from Echoes of a Friend
    • JVC 2009
  • HOUR TWO
  • Jürgen Hagenlocher “Wise One” from JHQ plays Coltrane
    • Originally on Crescent
    • Jürgen Hagenlocher tenor saxophone
      Andy Herrmann piano
      Jens Loh bass
      Matthias Daneck drums
    • 2019 Jürgen Hagenlocher
  • John Coltrane “Lonnies Lament” from Crescent
    • Impulse 1964
    • Bass – Jimmy Garrison
      Piano – McCoy Tyner
      Tenor Saxophone,  – John Coltrane
  • Paul Dunmall, Tony Bianco “Alabama” from Thank You John Coltrane
    • 2012 Slam Productions
    • Recorded at Delbury Hall on November 27, 2011Paul Dunmall tenor, soprano saxophone
      Tony Bianco drums
  • Sonny Fortune “Ole” from In The Spirit of John Coltrane
    • Shanachie 2010
    • Bass – Santi Debriano
      Drums – Ronnie Burrage
      Piano – John Hicks
      Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Sonny Fortune
  • Paul Dunmall Sunship Quartet “Ascension” from John Coltrane 50th Anniversary Memorial Concert at Cafe OTO
    • Confront Core Series 2019
    • Recorded live at Cafe OTO, London on July 17, 2017Paul Dunmall tenor saxophone
      Howard Cottle tenor saxophone
      Olie Brice double bass
      Tony Bianco drums
      Alan Skidmore tenor saxophone
      Julie Kjaer flute
      Ståle Liavik Solberg percussion
      Mark Wastell percussion
  • Diego Rivera “Naima” from Connections
  • John Coltrane “Syeeda’s Song Flute” from The Heavyweight Champion: The Complete Atlantic Recordings (Atlantic)
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