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Historical Performance
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September 22, 2008 09:08 AM PDT
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This is a copy purschased without any info on the LP cover.
Anything I say about John Coltrane has alrady been said so
I will let the music speak for itself.

John Coltrane - Tenor Sax, Saprano Sax, Percussion
Alice Coltrane - Piano
Jimmy Garrison - Bass
Elvin Jones - Drums

Croquet Ballet
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September 22, 2008 08:44 AM PDT
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This one of the songs on the last self titled LP that Lee
Morgan made. His inspirations for playng the trumpet were
Clifford Brown and Dizzy Gillespie. For me he is one of the lions of the trumpet, he was also known as the "Young
Terror From Philadelphia P. A." by a local DJ.

Lee Morgan - Trumpet, Fluegel Horn
Harold Mabern Jr. - Piano, Elec. Piano
Bobby Humphrey - Flute
Billy Harper - Tenor Sax, Alto Flute
Grachan Moncur III - Trombone
Jymie Merritt - Elec. Bass
Reggie Workman - Acoustic Bass, Percussion
Freddie Waits - Drums, Recorder
Sept. 17th. & 18th., 1971

AGARTHA
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June 18, 2008 06:00 PM PDT
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Part two of Miles Davis in Osaka Japan.

1. Prelude Part two
2. Maiysha

CONTRASTS
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March 13, 2008 08:52 AM PDT
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Organist Larry Young's approach to playing
is fresh and different that evokes a
different feeling and mood. The members
of the group blend in perfectly.

1. Majestic Soul
2. Evening

Larry Young - Organ
Hank White - fluegelhorn
Tyrone Washington - Tenor sax
Hebert Morgan - Tenor sax
Eddie Wright - guitar
Edward Gladden - Drums
Stacey Edwards - Conga

A Monastic Trio
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March 12, 2008 10:56 PM PDT
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This music is dedicated to the
mystic, Ohnedaruth, known
as John Coltrane during the
period September 23, 1926
to July 17, 1967 - ALICE
COLTRANE

1. Lovely Sky Boat
2. Oceanic Beloved
3. Atmic Peace

Alice Coltrane - Harp
Jimmy Garrison - Bass
Rashied Ali - Drums
June 6, 1968

Sextant
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March 12, 2008 10:35 PM PDT
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Herbie Hancock is playing a
variety of electronics on this
set recorded in 1973. It was an
unusual sound for the time period.

1. HORNETS

MWANDISHI
(Herbie Hancock)
Synthesizers, Electric Piano, Clavinet
with Fuzz-Wah, Echoplex, Guiro, Phase
Shifter

MWILE
(Benny Maupin)
Clairnet, Afuche, Hum-A-Zoo,
Piccolo, Bass Clairnet

MGANGA
(Dr. Eddie Henderson)
Flugelhorn

PEPO
(Julian Priester)
Alto Trombone

MCHEZAJI
(Buster Williams)
Electric Bass with Wah-Wah and
Fuzz

JABALI
(Billy Hart)
Drums

Agharta
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March 12, 2008 09:55 PM PDT
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This set was recorded live @
Osaka Festival Hall, Japan,
February 1, 1975

1. Prelude Part 1

Miles Davis - Trumpet, Organ
Sonny Fortune - Alto Saxophone
Michael Henderson - Fender bass
Pete Cosey - Guitar, Synthi.
Al Foster - Drums
Reggie Lucas - Guitar
Mtume - Conga, Percussion, Water Drum

Swing Low Sweet Cadillac
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March 11, 2008 10:18 PM PDT
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One of the Progenitor's of Be-Bop and modern
Jazz trumpet, John Burkes (Dizzy) Gillespie is
presented here putting a twist on a Negro
Spiritual Swing Low Sweet Chariot. The next
tune is Mas Que Nada (Pow, Pow, Pow) which
is a Latin tune that Dizzy brought to modern
Jazz playing.

1. Swing Low Sweet Cadillac
2. Mas Que Nada (Pow, Pow, Pow)

Recorded live @ The Memory Lane in
Los Angeles, California on May 25, 26, 1967

Dizzy Gillespie - Trumpet
James Moody - Alto and Tenor Saxophone
Mike Longo - Piano
Frank Schifano - Electric Piano
Candy Finch - Drums

NEW AIR SHOW NO.1
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November 27, 2007 07:52 AM PST
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1. Achtud El Buod (Children's Song)

2. Don't Drink That Corner, My Life Is In The Bush

3. Air Show

Henry Threadgill - alto & tenor saxophone, flute, eastern banjo

Cassandra Wilson - vocals

Fred Hopkins - bass

Pheeroan Aklaff - percussion

June 2 & 3 1986

Lonnie Liston Smith (Live)
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October 04, 2007 09:30 AM PDT
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Lonnie Liston Smith (Live) - Side B

1. Visions Of A New World (PHASE ONE)
2. Visions Of A New World (PHASE TWO)
3. Watercolors
4. Sunset

Recored Live @ Smucker's Cabaret, Brooklyn, N.y.
May 19, 20, & 21, 1977

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