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Jazz Program
Sunday, January 20, 2013 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
The Great Jazz Trio Someday My Prince Will Come Someday My Prince Will Come Columbia
Alberta Hunter Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning Young Alberta Hunter: The 20s & 30s Jass Records
Fred Ho and the Afro-Asian Music Ensemble Caravan The Underground Railroad to My Heart Soul Note
Vandermark/Drake/McBride We Travel the Spaceways Spaceways Incorporated Atavistic
Bessie Smith Cemetery Blues Complete Recordings, vol. 1 Columbia Legacy
James Solberg See That My Grave Is Kept Clean See That My Grave Is Kept Clean Atomic Theory
Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake Planet E From the River to the Ocean Thrill Jockey
Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica Terre Exotique Third River Rangoon Tiki
Charlie Ventura & Bill Harris The Man I Love Live at the Three Deuces, vol. 2 High Note
Charlie Ventura & Bill Harris Body and Soul Live at the Three Deuces, vol. 2 High Note
John Coltrane Crescent Live at Temple University Free Factory Personnel: Coltrane; Pharoah Sanders (tenor sax); Alice Coltrane (piano); Jimmy Garrison (bass); Rashied Ali (drums). Recorded live at Temple University, November 11, 1966. According to the liner notes, this was one of the very last occasions in which John Coltrane was recorded live.
Roland Kirk Bags' Groove Gifts and Messages Candid Records Personnel: Kirk (tenor saxophone, manzello, stritch, flute, nose flute, siren, saxophonium, voice); Stan Tracey (piano); Rick Laird (bass); Allan Ganley (drums). Recorded live at Ronnie Scott's Club, London, on October 21st 1964 and November 3, 1964.
Steve Hobbs St. James Infirmary Vibes, Straight Up Challenge Records