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

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 | 20:00 to 22:00 | Playlist

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Coleman Hawkins Avalon Bean and the Boys Highnote 1958; Sonny Greer drums; Coleman tenor sax; Peewee Russell clarinet; Harry Sheppard vibes
Bessie Smith Jazzbo Brown from Memphis Town Blues to Barrelhouse Columbia 1926; fletcher henderson keys; buster bailey clarinet
Jimmy ushing See See Rider Listen to the Blues Vanguard 1930s? Jo Jones drums; Buddy Tate tenor sax; Emmett Berry trumpet
John Coltrane and Duke Ellngton My Little Brown Book same as artist impulse 1962; Aaron Bell bass; Sam Woodyard drums
George Russell Sextet "Round Midnight Ezz-thetics Riverside Eric Dolphy alto sax; george russell piano; Dave Baker trombone with dislocated jaw
Art Tatum All the Things You Are the Tatum Solo Masterpieces vol. 3 Pablo 1953
Charles Mingus Sextet So Long, Eric Cornell 1964 Blue Note w/ Eric Dolphy alto sax, Jaki Byard piano; Mingus bass; Johnny Coles trumpet
Miles Davis & John Coltrane Two Bass Hit the Complete Columbia Recordings Columbia sampler; 1955-1961
Buck Clayton After Hours Jams from the Vault CBS 1956; Clayton, Strayhorn, Braff trumpets; Coleman Hawkins tenor sax;
Ralph Burns Sprang the Jazz Scene Verve 1955; Oscar Peterson piano; Ray Brown bass; Ralph Burns, Roy Eldridge et al trumpets;
Jimmy Rushing Evenin' Listen to the Blues Vanguard same as above
Duke Ellington Very Special Money Jungle Blue Note Ellington/Mingus/Roach