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

Sunday, August 23, 2009 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Jazz special

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Gil Evans Orchestra Sister Sadie Out of the Cool Impulse 1960
Ben Webster the Jeep is Jumpin' the Big Three Doctor Jazz Coleman Hawkins/Lester Young; 1946
Red Nichols Five Pennies Carolina in the Morning Lost Chords Retrieval 1915-1945
Earl Hines Honeysuckle Rose blues so low (for fats) Stash solo, for fats waller
Red Norvo Dance of the Octopus Lost Chords Retrieval 1915-1945; Benny Goodman on bass clarinet
Dave Brubeck the Song is You Jazz goes to college columbia 1954; at the University of Michigan; Paul Desmond on alto sax
Paul Desmond/Gerry Mulligan All the Things You Are the Bluebird Sampler bluebird 1962; desmond alto sax; mulligan baritone sax
Charlie Parker Blues for Alice the Verve Years Verve Red Rodney trumpet
Thelonious Monk Well You Needn't Live at the It Club Columbia 1964
Ella Fitz. and Louis Arm. Stompin at the Savoy Ella and Louis Again Verve
Jack Teagarden Bad Acting Woman JT: Jazz Great Bethlehem Archives 1956
Thelonious Monk Quartet and John Coltrane Sweet and Lovely live at Carnegie Hall Bluenote late show; 1957
Lionel Hampton Jack the Bellboy Swing Classics RCA Nat Cole piano; Oscar Moore drums
Duke Ellington Very Special Money Jungle Blue Note 1962; w/ Roach and Mingus
Count Basie + Orchestra the Legend the Legend Roulette Benny Carter
Benny Carter Constantinople Carter, Gillespie, Inc. Pablo w/ Joe Pass; Tommy Flanagan; Mickey Roker; Al McKibbon
Herbie Nichols Sunday Stroll the Complete Blue Note Blue Note 1955; Al McKibbon bass; Max Roach drums
Chris Connor Ridin' High Cocktails and Dusk Bethlehem Archives Cole Porter tune; JJ Johnson and Kai Winding trombones; Herbie Mann flute; Joe Puma guitar; Milt Hinton bass
Miles Davis No Blues in person at the blackhawk columbia hank mobley sax; paul chambers bass; jimmy cobb drums; 1961
Charles Mingus Hora Decubitus Red Hot on Impulse Impulse