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"Out There a Minute" with Micheal Akutagawa (archive)

Jazz Program
Sunday, April 7, 2013 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Gilbert & Sullivan /The Welsh National Opera from The Mikado ("The flowers that bloom in the spring") The Mikado Telarc
Bill Frisell Winter Always Turns To Spring Ghost Town Nonesuch
Don Cherry Spring Is Here Live at "The Montmartre", Vol. 2 ESP Disk
John Cage Spring: The Seasons, Ballet in One Act Daughter of the Lonesome Island New Albion
Robert Glasper Butterfly Double Booked Blue Note "Kimi ya cho / ware wa Shosi ga / yume-gokoro" ("You the butterfly / and I Chuang Tzu / a dreaming heart"), Basho (1690).
David Torkanowsky Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most Steppin' Out Rounder Select
Tony Bennett Some Other Spring Tony Bennett On Holiday: A Tribute Sony
Mal Waldron Sakura My Dear Family Evidence
Sun Ra Opus in Springtime Mayan Temples Black Saint
Sun Ra Spontaneous Simplicity Disco 3000 Recommended Records / Art Yard
Steuart Liebig / Minim The Cherry Blossom Is Only Perfect When It's Falling From The Tree Sulphur pfMentum "Chiru beku mo oboenu hana no sakari kana" ("Who would guess they would ever scatter? Cherries in full bloom"), Gojo (1405 - 1469). Personnel: Liebig (guitars); Brad Dutz (percussion and marimba); Andrew Pask (clarinet and bass clarinet); Sara Schoenbeck (bassoon).
David Sanchez / Stefon Harris And This Too Shall Pass Ninety Miles Concord Picante
Sex Mob La Strada Sex Mob Plays Fellini The Royal Potato Family
Steve Dalachinsky Spring Equinox Incomplete Directions Knitting Fctory
Dr. Lonnie Smith Sukiyaki Spiral Palmetto Records For Yoko(mole). For Always.
Sun Ra Springtime in Chicago Super-Sonic Jazz Evidence
Lluis Coloma St. James Infirmary Rockin' My Blues in Chicago Swing Alley