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

Jazz Program
Sunday, December 27, 2015 | 09:00 to 11:00 | Specialty

Artist Song Album Label Comments
Henry Jerome Uptight (Everything's Alright) Ultra Lounge On The Rocks, Part One Capitol
Reminiscence Quartet Psycodelico Psycodelico Infinity
Stephen Rigert's Talking Drums Saramala Vol. II TCB
Paul Whiteman Parade of the Wooden Soldiers The Roaring 20s United Audio Entertainment
Sammy Rimington Bugle Boy March . . . Visits New Orleans Arhoolie
Georges Montalba Waltz of the Flowers Fantasy in Pipe Organ and Percussion & Pipe Organ Favorites Hit Thing
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Out There A Minute Out There A Minute Blast First
Willard Artis "Blind Pete" Burrell A Little Talk With Jesus Makes It Right Sorrow Come Pass Me Around Dust to Digital
George Shearing Quintet Away In A Manger Christmas with the George Shearing Quintet Telarc
Sister Rosetta Tharpe Jesus Taught Me How to Smile Complete Recordings in Chronological Order Vol. 2 -- 1942-44 Document
Ernie Marrs & the Marrs Family Plastic Jesus The Best of Broadside 1962-88 Smithsonian Folkways Listeners mght recognize this as the song "Luke" (Paul Newman) sings in the 1967 movie, "Cool Hand Luke".
Gary Bartz Music Is My Sanctuary Look Into The Flower -- Trip On Psychedlic Grooves with Blue Note Blue Note
Rejuvenation Trio Exclamation Pointe Rejuvenation Voyage Edgetone Records
Sam Rivers Figure Concept Rivbea Sound Company
Steve Reid, feat. The Legendary Master Brotherhood Free Spirits -- Unknown NOVA Universal Sound
David S. Ware Quartet Freedom Suite -- Part IV Freedom Suite AUM Fidelity Personnel: Ware (tenor), Matthew Shipp (piano), William Parker (bass), Guillermo Brown (drums). Sonny Rollins comp. Recorded in Brooklyn, NY, July 13, 2002.
Hans Reichel Arrival of the Midnight Queen A Guitar & Daxophone Operetta Rastacan
Robert Johnson Love In Vain King of the Delta Blues Singers Sony
[Re-Jazz] Torch of Freedom Re:Mix Kriztal
Graham Reynolds and the Golden Arm Trio Old King Dooji Duke! Three Portraits of Ellington Innova
Marc Ribot Mood Indigo Rootless Cosmopolitans Island
Cab Calloway I Gotta Go Places And Do Things Best of Cab Calloway Columbia b. 12/25/1907
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra Paraddidle This Is Hep Proper
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra The Lady With The Fan Swing, Swing, Swing Proper For Yoko(mole)-Always!
Cab Calloway & His Orchestra Oh Grandpa! This Is Hep Proper
Conjure Minnie The Moocher Cab Calloway Stands In For The Moon American Clave Conjure is: Allen Toussaint (piano); Don Pullen (organ, vocal); Nocentelli (electric guitar); Steve Swallow (electric bass); Robbie Ameen (trap drums); Olu Dara (trumpet, vocal, harmonica); Eddie Harris (tenor sax, vocal); David Murray (tenor sax, vocal); special guest Ishmael Reed.
The White Stripes St. James Infirmary The White Stripes Third Man Records "Oh Ko-Ko!" Ko-Ko the Clown was an animated character created by Max Fleischer. Ko-Ko the Clown appeared in the Betty Boop episode entitled, "Snow White" (1933), which featured Cab Calloway performing "St. James Infirmary". Calloway's dance moves were brought to animation reality via the then-new technology of "rotoscoping".