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

Jazz Program
Sunday, July 24, 2016 | 09:00 to 11:00 | Specialty

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Magnificent Seventh's Brass Band Just A Closer Walk With Thee Authentic New Orleans Jazz Funeral Mardi Gras Records
Wynton Marsalis Premature Autopsies (Sermon) The Majesty of the Blues Columbia Sermon written by Stanley Crouch.
Ellis Marsalis The Mooche Duke in Blue Sony Music
Medeski Martin & Wood Acht O' Clock Rock Red + Hot + Indigo Red Hot Organization
* Cara & Mike Gangloff with The Great American Drone Mood Indigo Knock on Life's Door MIE
Sun Ra & His Arkestra Out There A Minute Out There A Minute Blast First
Eugene Chadbourne Summertime G.O.I.N. straw2gold
Charlie Byrd Struttin' With Some Barbecue For Louis Concord Records
Big Maybelle I'm Gettin' 'Long All Right The Okeh Rhythm & Blues Story, 1949-57 Epic/Okeh/Legacy
Grant Green That Lucky 'Ol Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day) His Majesty King Funk Verve
Sam Cooke Time Brings About A Change Sam Cooke's SAR Records Story, 1959-65 ABKO
Jackie & The Cedrics Run Chicken Run Guitar Ace - Link Wray Tribute Musick
Wes Montgomery & The Wynton Kelly Trio No Blues Smokin' At The Half Note Verve Personnel - Montgomery (guitar), Kelly (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums); recorded June 1965 @ The Half Note, New York City. Miles Davis composition.
The Souljazz Orchestra Rejoice, Parts 1 & 2j Rising Sun Strut Pharoah Sanders composition.
Pharoah Sanders Let Us Go Into the House of the Lord Smmun, Bukmun, Umyun Impulse! Personnel: Sanders (soprano sax, cow horn, tritone whistle, cowbells, wood flute, thumb piano, percussion), Woody Shaw (trumpet, yodeling, percussion), Gary Bartz (alto sax, bells, cowbell, shakers, percussion), Lonnie Liston Smith (piano, cowbell, thumb piano, percussion), Cecil McBee (bass), Clifford Jarvis (drums), Nathaniel Betts (bylophone, yodeling, African percussion), Anthony Wiles (conga drum, African percussion); recorded @ A&R Recording Studios, New York City on July 1, 1970.
Arnett Cobb Someone To Watch Over Me The Wild Man From Texas Proper
Charles Brown A Hundred Years From Today These Blues Gitanes/Verve For Yoko[mole] -- "And yet, and yet. . . ."
Glenn Ferris & "Pentessence" Quintet St. James Infirmary Skin Me! Naive