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

Jazz Program
Sunday, January 11, 2015 | 09:00 to 11:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Die Like A Dog Quartet (feat. Roy Campbell) Encore From Valley To Valley Eremite
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Out There A Minute Out There A Minute Blast First
The Bad Plus We Are The Champions Blunt Object Columbia
Gerald Beckett The Soothsayer Flute Vibes Summit
Arnett Cobb Go, Red, Go Arnette Blows For 1300 Delmark
Kansas City Six Good Morning Blues From Spirituals To Swing: The Legendary 1938 & 1939 Carnegie Hall Concerts Vanguard
Meade Lux Lewis Honky Tonk Train Blues From Spirituals To Swing: The Legendary 1938 & 1939 Carnegie Hall Concerts Vanguard
Golden Gate Quartet Gospel Train From Spirituals To Swing: The Legendary 1938 & 1939 Carnegie Hall Concerts Vanguard
Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill Mystery Train Sun Records Collection Rhino Elvis would have been 80 years old this week.
Rufus "Hound Dog" Thomas, Jr. Bear Cat (The Answer to Hound Dog) Sun Records Collection Rhino
Frank Munn Are You Lonesome Tonight? Echoes From the 1920s Yestermusic Recorded 1927.
Ray Charles I Got A Woman Elvis Classics P-Vine (Japan)
Ray Charles & Milt Jackson Blue Genius Soul Brothers / Soul Meeting Atlantic Jazz
Big Jay McNeely Things Ain't What They Used To Be Live At Birdland, 1957 Collectables
Big Jay McNeely Blow, Blow, Blow King Of The Honkin' Sax JSP Records Hollywood, Los Angeles, Cincinnati 1951 - 1954.
Big Jay McNeely Jay's Frantic King Of The Honkin' Sax JSP Records
Big Jay McNeely Sungi Mungi Swingin' -- Golden Classics Collectables
The Frank Wright Quartet Parts 5 & 6 Blues For Albert Ayler ESP-Disk According to the album liner notes, "Big Jay and his crazy stage antics and whaling and screaming tenor saxophone became a major influence on Wright and Ayler. . . . From Jump Blues, it would be artists like Big Jay McNeely that would help shape what would later be known as Avant Garde." Personnel: Wright (tenor sax, flute, vocals); James Blood Ulmer (guitar); Benny Wilson (bass); Rashied Ali (drums). Recorded live in New York City, 7/17/1974.
Jon Batiste and Stay Human The Jazz Man Speaks (Maple Leaf Rag) Social Music Razor & Tie
James Blood Ulmer Money Memphis Blood: The Sun Sessions Hyena
Jon Batiste and Stay Human St. James Infirmary Social Music Razor & Tie