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

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 | 20:00 to 22:00 | Playlist

Artist Song Album Label Comments
the Trumpet Kings Indiana (Back Home Again in Indiana) a the Montreaux Jazz Fest 1975 pablo gillespie, eldridge, clark terry on trumpets
Hank Mobley Roll Call Roll Call bluenote freddie hubbard trumpet; hank tenor sax; paul chambers bass; art blakey drums
Yusef Latif Sea Breeze Cry! Tender prestige
Eric Dolphy Quintet Green Dolphin Street Outward Bound new Jazz 1960; freddie hubbard trumpet; jacky byard piano; george tucker bass
Herbie Nichols House Party Starting complete blue note recordings blue note 1955; Al Mckibbon bass; max roach drums
Thelonious Monk Trio Sweet and Lovely Blue Monk prestige 1952 art blakey drum; gary mapp bass
Duke Ellington Orchestra Black and Tan Fantasy Newport Jazz Fest. columbia
Fred Jackson Duck Fever For Jumpers Only! delmark fj on tenor sax
the Rythmakers Who's Sorry Now the Small Combos columbia pee wee russell clarinet; eddie condon banjo; belly banks vocals 1932
Lester Young I Got Rhythm classic Tenors doctor jazza lester young tenor sax; jo jones drums; 1943
Glenn Miller Orchestra In the Mood The Essentials bluebird
Jonah Jones Quartet Mack the Knife Muted Jazz capitol
Lionel Hampton and his jazz groups Aintcha Comin' Home swing classics rca victor
Sir Charles Thompson with Charlie Parker Street Beat Bop Lives! delmark 1945; buck clayton trumpet
dave brubeck radio show Conversation about miles davis masterpieces vol. 4 columbia