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Posts tagged “JAZZ

Arabesque — Estes Park, CO (10/25/80)

Arabesque – “a little bit Django, a little bit Dawg.” I gave this a listen a while back and fell in love with it. Beautiful music that’s 30+ years old. To put it in perspective, when they’re playing Norwegian Wood on this recording, John Lennon was still alive and well in NYC. Check it out and let me know what you think…

Minor Swing
March of the Siamese Children
Blue Bossa
Some Dark Hollow
Norwegian Wood
Stockton Blues
Take the A Train
Nine Pound Hammer
I Got Rhythm



John Scofield, Lettuce and Soulive

Live from Terminal 5.  From 10/2/10.

Maceo Parker & Fred Wesley — “Let’s Get It On”

Maceo, Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis perform Marvin Gaye’s classic and perhaps the best booty call song, “Let’s Get It On.”

Sunday Jazz — Bad Hat (featuring Trey Anastasio and Jon Fishman)

badhat_11Good morning jazz fans. Today we are reposting a previous favorite edition of Sunday Jazz that features Trey and Fishman performing some classic jazz covers from 9/11/94. Enjoy your Sunday…

1. Tuning/Banter
2. Bag’s Groove
3. Jump Monk
4. Bewitched
5. Band Intros and Banter
6. Jam > Vamping
7. Blues for Ernie
8. Take the A-Train
9. Milestones in the Sunshine
10. So What
11. Magilla
12. In A Sentimental Mood
13. The Country Open
Guitar – Trey Anastasio
Drums – Jon Fishman
Mandolin – Jamie Masefield
Bass – Stacey Starkwhether


(Repost from 11/28/08)

Sunday Jazz — John Scofield

scofieldLegendary guitarist John Scofield is Sunday Jazz’s focus today. I remember catching a Scofield show at The Georgia Theatre 8-9 years ago on same random evening. The vibe at the show was chill and I remember seeing Scofield walking through the front door and straight up on stage. Just kind of struck me as a no nonsense, no frills approach. There’s no need for me to rehash the greatness of his guitar work through the years (with Miles Davis, MMW, etc.), but his album A Go Go is really one of those albums everyone should have in their collection.

Here’s some of his work through the years.

Here’s Sco’ with Pat Martino and Joey DeFrancesco, which speaking of Joey, you should check out his Sinatra album, playing “Sunny”:

Jaco and Sco’:

With Miles from ’85:

With Medeski, Martin & Wood from ’07:

Miles Davis — Paris, FR (11/3/69)

MDA110057My favorite period of Miles is his electric period, in which he merged acid rock and funk. This show captures Miles at one of his many peaks in his incredible career.

Set 1
Bitches Brew
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Miles Runs The Voodoo Down > The Theme
Set 2
Bitches Brew
I Fall In Love Too Easily
It’s About That Time


Happy Birthday — John Coltrane

WallJohnColtraneBebop and free jazz saxophonist, John Coltrane would have been 83 today. To say that Coltrane was a great saxophonist is like saying Willie Mays was a good outfielder, translation = he was the best. Here’s John tackling the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, “My Favorite Things”.