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Straight Ahead Jazz with Jazz Calendar at 9 PM

Sun Jun 24th 2018 7.00pm–10.00pm

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Time zone: pacific


John Coltrane “I Want to Talk About You”
from My Favorite Things: Coltrane at Newport CD Album (Impulse U.S.A.) —1963


John Coltrane “One Down, One Up”
from My Favorite Things: Coltrane at Newport CD Album (Impulse U.S.A.) —1965


John Coltrane “impressions”
from My Favorite Things: Coltrane at Newport CD Album (Impulse U.S.A.) —John Coltrane - soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone Mccoy Tyner - piano Elvin Jones Jimmy Garrison - double bass Roy Haynes - drums-1963


Roland Kirk “Lonesome August Child”
from Domino (Mercury) —Roland Kirk - flute, tenor sax, vocals, stritch, manzello, nose flute, siren Henry Duncan - drums Herbie Hancock - piano Roy Haynes - drums Andrew Hill - piano, celeste Wynton Kelly - piano Vernon Martin - bass


The Soulful Drums of Jack Mcduff “hot barbeque”
from The Soulful Drums Single (Prestige) —George Benson - guitar, Red Holloway - tenor saxophone, Joe Dukes - drums, jack mc duff organ


The George Benson Quartet “summertime”
from It's Uptown (Columbia) —Ray Lucas, drums, Charlie Persip & Ron Cuber - baritone saxophone, Organ – Lonnie Smith


Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong “Summertime”
from Porgy & Bess (verve 1956) —Louis Armstrong – vocals, trumpet Ella Fitzgerald – vocals with Ella's rhythm section of Paul Smith – piano Alvin Stoller – drums, Joe Mondragon -bass


Charles Mingus “summertime”
from For Trane (EMI MUSIC JAPAN INC. 1995) —Bass – Yoshio Ikeda (tracks: 4 to 11), Motohiko Hino (tracks: 4 to 11), Mikio Masuda (tracks: 4 to 11), Trumpet – Terumasa Hino (tracks: 6 to 11)


Miles Davis “summertime”
from Porgy and Bess (Columbia) —Miles Davis – trumpet, Ernie Royal, Bernie Glow, Johnny Coles & Louis Mucci–trumpet, Dick Hixon, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland & Joe Bennett–trombone, Willie Ruff, Julius Watkins & Gunther Schuller–french horn, Bill Barber–tuba, Jerome Richardson & Ro


Eddie Jefferson “summertime”
from The Main Man Single (Inner City) —Eddie Jefferson - vocals, Billy Hart - drums, Harold Mabern - piano, Charles Sullivan - trumpet, Slide Hampton - trombone; Richie Cole, Hamiet Bluiett - Junior Cook - saxophone, Azzendin Weston Harold White - congas


John Colrane “my favorite things”
from My Favorite Things (Atlantic) —mccoy tyner-piano, steve davis bass, elvin jones-drums


Louis Jordan “June Tenth Jamboree”
from Jivin' With Jordan CD (Proper) —Jordan (saxes), Courtney Williams (trumpet), Lem Johnson (tenor sax), Clarence Johnson (piano), Charlie Drayton (bass) and Walter Martin (drums).


Ella Fitzgerald “Too Darn Hot”
from Sings the Cole Porter Songbook (Verve Records) —Bass – Joe Mondragon Drums – Alvin Stoller, Guitar – Barney Kessel, Piano – Paul Smith, Saxophone – Bob Cooper, Trombone – George Roberts, Joe Howard, Lloyd Ulyate, Milt Bernhart; Trumpet – Conrad Gozzo, Harry Edison, Maynard Ferguson, Pete Candoli


Lou Rawls “Summer wind”
from Rawls Sings Sinatra (Savoy) —Lou Rawls - vocals, George Bohanon,Maurice Spears - trombone; Brian Bromberg - bass; Fred Jackson Jr., Lon Price, Ray Pizzi & Benny Golson - saxophone; John Guerin - drums, Mike Melvoin - piano, Wayne Bergeron & Carl Saunders - trumpet, flugelhorn


Oscar Brown, Jr. “Summer in the City”
from Mr. Oscar Brown Jr. Goes to Washington (verve)


Jon Hendricks “In Summer”
from Freddie Freeloader (denon)


George Benson “Theme from Summer of '42”
from white rabbit (cti)


The Jazz Crusaders “Summer's Madness”
from The Festival Album (pacific jazz)


Bobby Hutcherson “Summer nights”
from Stick-Up! (Blue Note Records)


Miles Davis “Summer nights”
from quiet nights (Columbia)


Miles Davis “Once upon a Summertime”
from quiet nights (Columbia)


Charles Mingus “Pithecanthropus Erectus”
from pithecanthropus erectus Other Single (Atlantic Jazz)

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