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Jazz Program
Sunday, September 24, 2017 | 09:00 to 11:00 | Jazz Program

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Red Garland Prelude Blues Red's Blues Prestige
Little Brother Montgomery I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll Jazz At A Tangent - British Traditional Jazz, Vol. 2 Lake Records
Modern Jazz Quartet One Never Knows Jazz on Film - The New Wave : Sait-On Jamais OST Moochinabout
George Delerue / Bobby Lapointe Poursuite Zazie Dans Le Metro Jazz on Film - The New Wave : Tirez Sur Le Pianiste (1960) OST Moochinabout
* Marius Preda Waltz For Debbie Mission Cimbalon Kari-On Productions
Shirley Scott Trio Freedom Dance For Members Only Impulse! Vinyl
Cozy Cole A Cozy Conception of Bizet's "Carmen" A Cozy Conception of "Carmen" Parker Records 1. Prelude; 2. Chorus of Street Boys; 3. Habanera; 4. Seguidilla; 5. Entr'acte (Acts 1 & 2); 6. Gypsy Song; 7. Castanet Dance; 8. Flower Song; 9. Sextet; 10. Entr'acte (Acts 3 & 4).
Gwendolyn Brooks "The Chicago Defender"[newspaper] sends a man to Little Rock Beyond the Blues - American Negro Poetry Argo Record Company Sixty years ago this week (1957), Arkansas governor Orval Faubus (re: the next two songs) dispatched the National Guard to prevent the "Arkansas Nine" from attending Little Rock's Central High School.
Charles Mingus Sextet with Eric Dolphy Fables of Faubus Cornell 1964 Blue Note Recorded live on March 18, 1964.
ISWHAT?! Fables of Faubus You Figure It Out s/r Personnel: Jack Walker (tenor / alto sax, flute & voice), Napoleon Maddox (MC & human beat-box), Matthew Anderson (string bass, selectric & scat).
Alexis Korner Doggone My Good Luck Soul Jazz At A Tangent - British Traditional Jazz, Vol. 2 Lake Records
* J. D. Sumner Sixteen Tons (Gospel version) Hillbillies in Hell Vol. 4: Country Music's Torment Iron Mountain Analogue Research
Red Garland St. James Infirmary Red's Blues Prestige