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"This Much is Certain" with Mumbly Joe (archive)

Wednesday, April 1, 2009 | 20:00 to 22:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Archie Shepp Rufus (Swung, hisface at last to the wind, then his neck snapped) Four Trane Impulse 1964
Mal Waldron Sextets with john Coltrane blue Calypso Mal 2 Prestige 1957; waldron piano, art taylor
bill evans quintet Fudgecycle built for four the interplay sessions milestone bill evans piano, zoot sims tenor sax, jim hall guitar, 1962
Charles Mingus Devil Woman complete atlantic recordings atlantic 1956-61
art Blakey & the jazz messengers Alone Together at the cafe bohemia blue note 1955, hank mobley tenor sax
thelonious monk hackensack the london collection: volume 2 black lion 1971; after 8 week world tour; art blakey on drums; al mckibbon base
coleman hawkins picasso pictures from the gone world pesky serpent ?? beatnik record comp
duke ellington backward country boy blues money jungle blue note mingus, roach
Erroll Garner Loot to Boot classic pianos dr. jazz 1945
Betty Roche take the A Train columbi jazz masterpiecesw columbia with duke ellington orchestra
ella fitz and louis armstrong they all laughed ella and louis again verve
* Red Norvo and his Selected Sextet Get Happy fabulous jam session stash records dizzy gillespie trumpet; charlie parker alto sax
duke ellington the controversial suite: before my time uptown columbia 1952; Russell Procope clarinet and soprano sax; before my time reminisces on the fun of dixieland music
dave brubeck conversation about monk - monk's dream radio show hosted by dave brubeck, vol. 4 columbia