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

Jazz Program
Sunday, September 28, 2014 | 09:00 to 11:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Thomas Helton Fu & Thyrio Experimentations In Minimalism s/r
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Out There A Minute Out There A Minute Blast First
Pharoah Sanders Kazuko (Peace Child) Save Our Children Verve
Bobby Womack & JJ Johnson Harlem Clavinette Across 110th Street (OMPS) United Artists Records
East New York Ensemble de Music Sun Flower At The Helm Ikef
Frank Sinatra In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning Sinatra 80th All The Best Capitol
Ray Condo & His Ricochets What Is This Thing Called Love? High & Wild
Bobby Short Lydia The Tattooed Lady 50 by Bobby Short Atlantic
Duke Ellington The Tattooed Bride Masterpieces By Ellington Columbia Premiered November 13, 1948 at Carnegie Hall. On his wedding night, a young man discovers that his bride is tattooed all over with Ws. Ellington never offered any further amplification, except to say that the Ws represented two sets of parallel thematic notes.
The Creep Betty Lou 's Got A New Tattoo Pulp & Pop Culture Box, Vol. 1 Rock Beat
Dexter Gordon Body & Soul Ballads Blue Note Recorded at The Keystone Korner, San Francisco on September 16, 1978. Personnel: Gordon (tenor sax); George Cables (piano); Rufus Reid (bass); Eddie Gladden (drums).
Shuggie Otis Slow Goonbash Blues Shuggie's Boogie: Shuggie Otis Plays The Blues Sony 15 year old Shuggie Otis, son of Johnny Otis. For Molie: Ganbatte, Buddy!
Johnny Otis The Midnight Creeper, Parts 1 & 2 Midnight At The Barrelhouse, Vol. 1 1945 - 57 Ace
Johnny Otis & His Orchestra Rock-A-Bye Basie Spirit of the Black Territory Bands Arhoolie
Frankie Quartell & His Melody Boys Prince Of Wails Hot Dance Bands from Okeh, 1923 - 31 Challenge Records
Matt Lemmler St. James Infirmary The Music of New Orleans Lemmler Music