Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out some of this classsic jazz from
Stanley Turrentine – with a track called Leavin’ West…..
This is from the
California Concert Live at The Hollywood Palladium album released in 1972. This album featured an all star cast of jazz musicians on CTI Records. Check out the players and the track…
Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out some jazz / funk / rock from
Deodato …with a track called Super Strut…check out the players and the track…
Stanley Clarke,John Giulino:Bass
Billy Cobham,Rick marotta:Drums
Rubens Bassini,Gilmore Degap:Congas,Percussion
Sunday Jazz Continues ….checking out this supreme jazz / funk from
Johnny Hammond – with The Prophet…any word from the Prophet on this Sunday? check out the players and the track….
Sunday Jazz Continues….checking out bassist
Victor Bailey – with a track called Slippin’ ‘N’ Trippin’ …from his album of the same name..check out the players and the track..
, Keyboards, Vocals –
Electric Piano [Rhodes Solo]
Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out drummer
Billy Cobham with his track Nickels and Dimes. He must know about my cash flow!! anyway…check out the players and the track…
Digital Crate Digging Continues…well..its an anything goes night for this music….checking out some classic jazz / funk from
Freddie Hubbard with a track called Povo. This is from his Sky Dive album released in 1972.
Check out the players and the track. He has an all star lineup with him…
Bass – Ron Carter
Bass Clarinet, Piccolo Flute – Wally Kane
Drums – Billy Cobham
Flute, Flute [Alto], Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – George Marge
Flute, Flute [Alto], Clarinet, Oboe, English Horn – Romeo Penque
Flute, Flute [Alto], Flute [Bass] – Hubert Laws
Flute, Flute [Alto], Flute [Bass], Bass Clarinet, Piccolo Flute – Phil Bodner
Guitar – George Benson
Oboe – Romeo Penque
Percussion – Airto*, Ray Barretto
Piano, Electric Piano – Keith Jarrett
Producer – Creed Taylor
Trombone – Garnett Brown, Wayne Andre
Trombone [Bass] – Paul Faulise
Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Alan Rubin, Marvin Stamm
Tuba – Tony Price (2)
Sunday Jazz Continues…in conjunction with The Super Full Moon Madness…oh yeah!! its still in effect…a few days before and after the full moon…peep game.
..anyway….lets listen to some musicians “going off” like they’re mad or something!! check out this classic Miles Davis with a track called Right Off…off the Tribute to Jack Johnson album.
..the players are John McLaughlin on guitar, Billy Cobham on drums, Herbie Hancock on keyboards, Michael Henderson on bass, and Steve Grossman on saxophone…of course Miles did his thang with the trumpet…check it out..at THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Miles Davis – Right Off (A Tribute to Jack Johnson).