Mark de Clive-Lowe / The Processional

Sunday Jazz Continues; as we check out Mark de Clive-Lowe  with  The Processional.  This is from his Church alum. Very relevant for today!! Check out the following statement  from the artist;

The Processional (from the Mark de Clive-Lowe album CHURCH)

“Featuring some of my favorite LA musicians, ‘The Processional’ is an homage to some of the greats that came before me. Specifically – Alice Coltrane, Joe Henderson, McCoy Tyner and J Dilla. In some senses it’s a concept piece, consciously holding those inspirations in mind. Low Leaf guests on harp and brings that Alice Coltrane undercurrent to the whole piece while Miguel Atwood- Ferguson on viola and Josiel Perez Hernandez on trumpet take the role of the horns. It’s a mood- setting entrance piece with a definite head nod factor with the synth bass and beats anchoring the whole thing.”

CHURCH is out worldwide now (mashibeats/ropeadope):

Bandcamp (2LP vinyl/CD/digital): http://mashibeats.bandcamp.com
iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/album/church/…

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Lee Morgan – Caramba

Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out this classic jazz / latin jazz / funk track Lee Morgan called Caramba. This is off the Lee Morgan ‎– Blue Breakbeats  compilation album released in 1998. Of course it was originally recorded in the 1960’s when Mr. Morgan was on Blue Note Records.

Check out the players and the track!!

Bass – Bob Cranshaw, Reggie WorkmanDrums – Billy HigginsPiano –  McCoy TynerSaxophone [Alto] – Jackie McLeanSaxophone [Tenor] –  Hank Mobley,Trumpet – Lee Morgan

Hank Mobley – Chain Reaction

Digital Crate Digging Continues…checking out one of my favorite saxophone players Hank Mobley…with a cut called Chain Reaction off of his Straight No Filter album…the players?

Lee Morgan – Trumpet; ….Hank Mobley – Tenor Saxophone;

McCoy Tyner – Piano;  ..Bob Cranshaw – Bass; ….Billy Higgins – Drums;

 

Wayne Shorter – Deluge

Sunday Jazz Continues…checking out one of my favorites..Wayne Shorter…tenor sax man..extraordinaire!! check out this cut called Deluge from his Ju Ju album…McCoy Tyner (piano); Reggie Workman (bass); Elvin Jones (drums) are helping him “put work in” …check this out…

Wayne Shorter – Black Nile

Sunday Jazz Continues…man this is a hot track!! Wayne Shorter with a cut called Black Nile

…of course Mr. Shorter is playing that tenor saxophone….with Lee Morgan (trumpet)….McCoy Tyner (piano); Reggie Workman (bass) and  Elvin Jones (drums) helping him out

…ladies and gentlemen? that’s an all star line up!! check this out!!

THE SONIC ASSAULT!!!…..STEADY BOMBARDMENT!!!!: Wayne Shorter – Black Nile.

McCoy Tyner Trio plus Freddie Hubbard & Joe Henderson – Inner Glimpse

Sunday Jazz Continues….Checking out the McCoy Tyner Trio….featuring Mr. Tyner on piano…Louis Hayes on drums and Avery Sharpe on bass

….joined by Freddie Hubbard on trumpet and Joe Henderson on tenor sax…so I guess you can just call it a quintet…the song is called Inner Glimpse

…picked this up off of You Tube….the comments mentioned that  the drummer Louis Hayes was pushing the tempo too fast….sounds good to me!! check this out….

McCOY TYNER, Passion Dance

Digital Crate Digging Continues…as we take a journey in sound…Sunday Jazz isn’t here yet…but I couldn’t resist this

…Check out Passion Dance by McCoy Tyner..one of my favorite piano players…Joe Henderson (tenor saxophone); Ron Carter (bass); Elvin Jones (drums) are his “partners in crime” ….check this out..

Random Thoughts From A Brotha: McCOY TYNER, Passion Dance.

McCoy Tyner & Phyllis Hyman; In Search of My Heart….Remember Me..

…….this is a hell of a song…WCLK  in Atlanta hipped me to it…Ms Hyman was some kind of songtress.. Stanley Clarke is supposed to be on the bass…plus Mr. Tyner was  THE piano player!! check this out…