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

Jazz Program
Sunday, June 12, 2016 | 09:00 to 11:00 | Specialty

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Chris Speed, Chris Cheek & Stephanie Furic Leibovici Carter Variations I - V Jugendstil ESP-Disk
The Afromotive Blinded Scare Tactics Harmonized NC
* C. W. Stoneking We Gon' Boogaloo Gon' Boogaloo King Hokum
Takashi Korgo Bamboo Forest #3 Somewhere On This Planet Sakura
Dean Martin & Julie London Sway (remix) ElectroLounge - Electronic Excursions in Hi-Fidelity Capitol
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Out There A Minute Out There A Minute Blast First
Barbara Sutton Curtis Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying Solos & Duets Sackville
Isaac Hayes Walk On By Can You Dig It? Ultimate Isaac Hayes Stax
John Lurie Tuesday Night In Memphis Exotic Sounds From Many Worlds Milan From the movie "Mystery Train".
Ray Charles That Lucky Old Sun Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music Rhino
Page Scherer He Is He Hits & Misses - Muhammad Ali & the Ultimate Sound of Fistfighting Trikont
Miles Davis Right Off A Tribute to Jack Johnson Columbia/Legacy Jack Johnson (b.1878 d. 6.10.1946) was the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion (1908-1915). Personnel on the recording - Davis (trumpet), Steve Grossman (soprano sax), Herbie Hancock (organ), John McLaughlin (electric guitar), Michael Henderson (electric bass), Billy Cobham (drums). Recorded April 7, 1970 in NYC; album produced by Teo Marcero.
Muhal Richard Abrams Think All, Focus One Think All, Focus One Black Saint
Dave Holland Quartet Lazy Snake Dream of the Elders ECM
Abby Huber's Low Down Wizards Black Snake Blues Funeral Songs - Faraway Blues FabFour
Fess Williams I Wasn't Scared, But I Just Thought I Had Better Go Pre-Victors, The Complete Set 1925-27 Retrieval
Bob French's Storyville Jazz Band St. James Infirmary Movements Tramp