World of Jazz 263

PLAYLIST

  1. Deep Tide Quartet – See One, Do One, Teach One – See One, Do One, Teach One
  2. Gaia Wilmer Octet – After Them – Migrations
  3. Jane Ira Bloom – Nearly Summertime – The Nearness
  4. Iiro Rantala & Ulf Wakenius – Vienna – Good Stuff
  5. David Virelles, Ramon Diaz, Nosotros Ensemble  – Tierra – Gnosis
  6. Yedo Gibson,Vasco Trilla – Aperture – Antenna
  7. John Coltrane – Stardust – The Prestige Recordings
  8. Thelonious Monk Quintet – Friday The 13th – The Complete Prestige 10-Inch LP Collection
  9. John Coltrane – C.T.A. – The Prestige Recordings
  10. Evan Parker, John Edwards, John Russell – Mirth – Walthamstow Moon (’61 Revisited)
  11. Andrew Hill – Pax – Pax
  12. Dennis González Yells At Eels feat. Aakash Mittal – Dokonori Shiito – Colorado at Clinton
  13. Dennis González & Faruq Z Bey with Northwood Improvisers – Calligraphy – Hymn For Tomasz Stanko
  14. Jim Hall – In A Sentimental Mood – In Berlin, It’s Nice To Be With You
  15. Tigran Hamasyan, Yerevan State Chamber Choir, Harutyun Topikyan – Nor Tsaghik – Luys I Luso
  16. Deep Tide Quartet – Crackerjack Favours – See One, Do One, Teach One

NOTES

  1. 2017 Discus – Martin Archer – saxophones, Kim Macari – trumpet, Laura Cole – piano,  Walt Shaw – percussion, live electronics.  Recorded at Chairworks, in Castleford, England, on May 8-9, 2017
  2. 2017 Red Piano –  Yulia Musayelyan – flutes, Song Yi Jeon – voice, Gaia Wilmer and Gustavo D’Amico – saxophones, Leandro Pellegrino – guitar,  Vitor Gonçalves – piano and accordion, Mayo Pamplona – bass, Richie Barshay – drums
  3. 1996 Arabesque –  with Julian Priester, Kenny Wheeler, Rufus Reid and Bobby Previte.
  4. 2017 ACT – Iiro rantala – piano, ulf wakenius –  guitar
  5. 2017 ECM –  14-piece ensemble including vocalist and percussionist Roman Diaz  bassist Thomas Morgan, clarinetist Rane Moore, flutist Allison Loggins-Hull, the celebrated Nosotros Ensemble (percussionists), playing mostly drums and instruments of Afro-Cuban heritage, a string trio, and a chorus of four backing vocalists.
  6. 2017 Multikulti Project – Yedo Gibson – baritone, soprano saxophone.  Vasco Trilla – drums, percussion. Recorded on June 13, 2016 at Scratch Built Studio, Lisbon
  7. 1963 (1991) Prestige – John Coltrane – tenor saxophone, Wilbur Harden – flugelhorn,
    Red Garland – piano, Paul Chambers – bass, Jimmy Cobb – drums.  Van Gelder Studios.
  8. 1954 (2017) Prestige – Thelonious Monk – piano, Sonny Rollins – tenor saxophone,
    Julius Watkins – french horn, Percy Heath – bass, Willie Jones – drums.
  9. 1957 (1991) Prestige – Art Taylor – drums, John Coltrane – tenor sax, Red Garland – piano, Paul Chambers – bass – originally on the Taylors Wailers album.
  10. 2017 Byrdout – Evan Parker – saxophones, John Russell – guitar, John Edwards – double bass. Recorded November 23, 2016 at the old Cinema in Walthamstow
  11. 2006 Blue Note – Andrew Hill – piano, Freddie Hubbard – cornet, Joe Henderson – tenor saxophone, Richard Davis – bass, Joe Chambers – drums. Recorded February 10, 1965 Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
  12. 2013 Ayler records – Dennis González – C trumpet, Bb cornet, Aakash Mittal – alto saxophone, Aaron González bass, Stefan González drums. Recorded on Sep 5 and Oct 14, 2011 in Dallas, TX, USA
  13. 2009 Qbico – Dennis González – trumpet, percussion, Faruq Z. Bey – tenor, alto saxophone, gong, Skeeter C.R. Shelton –  tenor, soprano saxophone, Mike Carey tenor sax, bass clarinet, Mike Gilmore – vibraphone, marimba, tamboura, Mike Johnston – bass, percussion, Nick Ashton – drums, percussion
  14. 1969 MPS – Jim Hall – guitar, Jimmy Woode – bass, Daniel Humair – drums.  Teldec Studio Berlin, West Germany
  15. 2015 ECM –  a unique project for piano and voices by Tigran Hamasyan featuring Yerevan State Chamber Choir conducted by Harutyun Topikyan.
  16. as 1.
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World of Jazz 252

PLAYLIST

  1. Trojan Horse – Herbie Hancock – Fukushima Surfer Boys
  2. Jane Ira Bloom – Emily & Her Atoms – Wild Lines: Improvising Emily Dickinson
  3. Ralph Alessi – Anastomosi – Anastomosi
  4. Tobias Delius, Nicola Hein, Niklas Wandt –  Die Unvorstellbarkeit des Todes für einen Lehrenden – Anthropophagus III
  5. Maciej Garbowski, Piotr Damasiewicz, William Soovik – Forsta – Sesto Elemento
  6. Klaus Treuheit, Lou Grassi – Misterioso I – Port of Call
  7. Piotr Damasiewicz – Part 1 – Hadrons
  8. Uwe Oberg, Evan Parker – Multiple, at Last Black – Full Bloom
  9. Uwe Oberg – Flakes – Lacy Pool
  10. Uwe Oberg – Jazz Ab 40 – Lacy Pool 2
  11. Throttle Elevator Music – Liminality – Retrorespective
  12. Bobby Bradford And The Mo’tet – Sho Nuff Blues – Lost in LA
  13. Miriam Makeba – African Sunset – Welala
  14. Peter Ehwald, Stefan Schultze, Tom Rainey – Capucine – Behind Her Eyes
  15. Michael Formanek – Inside The Box – The Rub and Spare Change
  16. Boney James – Low and Slow -Honestly
  17. Indigo Trio & Michael Edelin – The Ethiopian Princess meets The Tantric Priest/Ambre Sunset – The Ethiopian Princess meets The Tantric Priest

World of Jazz 217

PLAYLIST

  1. Adam Pieronczyk – The Arrival – Monte Alban
  2. Christopher Irniger – Acid – Big Wheel Live
  3. Jane Ira Bloom – Dangerous Times – Early Americans
  4. Misha Tsiganov – Yes or No – Spring Feelings
  5. Angelika Niescier & Florian Weber – Parsifal – NYC Five
  6. Charles Bobo Shaw – Beyond The New Horizon – Junk Trap
  7. Dan Blake – The Lonely Liar – The Digging
  8. Donald Harrison Quintet – So What! – For Art’s Sake