Cannonball Adderley / Bohemia After Dark

Sunday Jazz, err I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues!!

…checking out Cannonball Adderley with a cut called  Bohemia After Dark. It was recorded Live In Switzerland in 1963. Check out the players and the tracks…

Julian “Cannonball” Adderley sax alto – Nat Adderley cornet – Yusef Lateef sax tenor – Joe Zawinul piano – Sam Jones bass – Louis Hayes drums. That’s an all-star crew folks!!

 

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Charles Mingus – Fables Of Faubus

Sunday Jazz err I mean Digital Crate Continues!! actually? it’s the same concept..

Flashback Friday type of business is handled, O-Zone? per this good word they say he rambled!! it’s all game when he comes with it…

Brought the drum with it , plus other instruments; a brotha is instrumental in dropping this breakbeat scientific business..

I was done with it!!  not fooling with those handling that detrimental business.

…checking out this smooth track from Charles Mingus  called Fables Of Faubus.

This is taken from the 1959 “Mingus Ah Um” album, check out the players and the track to see what the deal is!!

Musicians:
John Handy: Alto sax
Booker Ervin: Tenor sax
Shafi Hadi: Tenor sax
Jimmy Knepper: Trombone
Horace Parlan: Piano
Charles Mingus: Bass
Dannie Richmond: Drums

Hank Mobley / Recado Bossa Nova

Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out this classic jazz from Hank Mobley – with a track called Recado Bossa Nova. Check out the players and the track…

Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins / The Jeep Is Jumpin’

Digital Crate Digging Continues; this track is jumping!! well, per Duke Ellington and  Coleman Hawkins The Jeep Is Jumpin’.

Well, per O-Dizzle dipping down I-20 in Atlanta in the hooptie / old school Toyota Camry the hooptie was jumping / bass bumping. So , I guess that’s close!! I can feel where those cats were coming from!! Anyway, check out the players and the track…

Joe Henderson – Mind Over Matter

Sunday Jazz Continues. Checking out  Joe Henderson – with a classic jazz  track called Mind Over Matter. I had a track called Invitation from Mr. Henderson on my Random Thoughts  blog.  Check out the players for this Mind Over Matter track.

Kenny Dorham / K.D.’s Motion

Sunday Jazz..errr I mean Digital Crate Digging Continues; I guess you can say I’m in a mood for some jazz. I’m checking out Kenny Dorham with a track called K.D.’s Motion. Check out the players and the track!! This is from his Afro-Cuban album. Check out the players and the track. These cats are laying it down!!

Baritone Saxophone – Cecil Payne
Bass – Percy Heath
Drums – Art Blakey
Piano – Horace Silver
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Tenor Saxophone – Hank Mobley
Trumpet – Kenny Dorham

Magic Malik Orchestra / Nigeria

Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out some jazz  / world music from French / African flutist  Magic Malik and his Orchestra..with a track called Nigeria. The sound perfectly reflects the ongoing struggle the Nigerian people are going through. Check it out!!

Stanley Turrentine – Leavin’ West

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…

William Parker – In Order to Survive

Digital Crate Digging Continues…in a Sunday Jazz mood..checking out William Parker – with a track called In Order to Survive…it has the right name too…it has a hectic / by any means necessary vibe to it!! check out the players and the track…

William Parker – bass
Cooper-Moore – piano
Rob Brown – alto sax
Susie Ibarra – drums

Wayne Henderson / Lush Life

Sunday Jazz Continues…R.I.P  Wayne Henderson, a trombonist and composer who was a founding member of the Jazz Crusaders, which played straight-ahead bebop beginning in the 1950s and then morphed into leading performers of jazz-funk, died on April 5 in Culver City, Calif. He was 74. This was per the New York Times article dated..4/9/2014.

..Let’s listen to his version of  the classic jazz song Lush Life…from his Big Daddy’s Place album from 1977…check out the fine players he has with him..plus the nice track…

Bass – Nathaniel Phillips Cello – Nathan Gershman Drums – Bruce Carter Electric Piano – Bobby “The Genie” Lyle* Guitar – Marlon “The Magician” McClain* Tenor Saxophone – Ronnie Laws Triangle – Vance “Mad Dog” Tenort* Trombone – Wayne Henderson Viola – James Dunham, Janet Lakatos Violin – Anatol Kaminsky, Bonnie Douglas, Carroll Stephens, Gordon Marron, Irman Neumann*, Nancy Anderson, Paul Shure, Robert Sushel Written-By – Billy Strayhorn