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

Jazz Program
Sunday, June 16, 2013 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Marc Bolan Summertime Blues Electric Warrior Teichiku Records (Japan)
Matthew Shipp Duo / William Parker Summertime Zo Rise
Charles Lloyd and Jason Moran Bess, You Is My Woman Now Hagar's Song ECM
Charles Lloyd Figure in Blue, Memories of Duke The Call ECM
Charles Lloyd and Jason Moran Pretty Girl Hagar's Song ECM
Bird Up Now's The Time (remix by Red Hawk) The Charlie Parker Remix Project Savoy Jazz
John Lewis One! Of Parker's Moods Evolution II Atlantic
Charlie Parker Jam Blues Charlie Parker Plays the Blues Folio
Charlie Parker Star Dust The Legendary Rockland Palace Concert (9/26/1952) Jazz Classics
Jack Kerouac (with Steve Allen) Charlie Parker Beat Generation Jazz Chrome Dreams
George Lewis Homage to Charles Parker Homage to Charles Parker Black Saint Personnel: Lewis (electronics, tenor trombone); Anthony Davis (piano); Douglas Ewart (cymbals, alto sax); Richard Teitelbaum (Polymoog, Multimoog, and Micromoog synthesizers). First performed at the AACM Festival in Chicago, September, 1978.
Jason Moran I'll Play the Blues for You Same Mother Blue Note
Albert King I'll Play the Blues for You (Parts I & II) The Ultimate Collection Rhino
George Lewis Tin Roof Blues Hello Central . . . give me Doctor Jazz Delmark
Nicholas Payton St. James Infirmary Gumbo Nouveau Verve