50th Anniversary Blue Notes For JulyBy
Click the play button to listenFirst show of the month, you know that means: Blue Note 50th anniversaries! This month, Bobby Hutcherson and Harold Land (San Francisco), Lee Morgan (celebrating his July birthday at the Lighthouse), McCoy Tyner (Cosmos via Asante), and Elvin Jones (Coalition). We've also got the 78s of BN-24 from James P. Johnson, as well as Clifford Brown and Jimmy Smith (recorded on July 4, 1957). There's also the Thinking of Home session by Hank Mobley, but that will have to wait until late July or the August Blue Note show, since we ran out of time (and waiting for the Mosaic box to arrive). But hurry, this show fills up quickly.
- Clifford Brown "Cookin" from Complete Blue Note and Pacific Jazz Recordings (Blue Note) 00:00
- Bobby Hutcherson, Harold Land "Ummh" from San Francisco (Blue Note) 04:01
- Bobby Hutcherson, Harold Land "Jazz" from San Francisco (Blue Note) 11:53
- Bobby Hutcherson, Harold Land "Goin' Down South" from San Francisco (Blue Note) 17:06
- James P. Johnson "J.P. Boogie" from 78 rpm single (Blue Note) 24:30
- James P. Johnson "Gut Stomp" from 78 rpm single (Blue Note) 28:46
- Lee Morgan "Speedball" from Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note) 32:56
- Lee Morgan "The Sidewinder" from Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note) 44:02
- McCoy Tyner "Forbidden Land" from Asante (Blue Note) 57:41
- McCoy Tyner "Hope" from Asante (Blue Note) 1:12:30
- Elvin Jones "Shinjitu" from Coalition (Blue Note) 1:26:57
- Elvin Jones "Ural Stradania" from Coalition (Blue Note) 1:35:03
- Elvin Jones "Simone" from Coalition (Blue Note) 1:43:22
- Jimmy Smith "Cha Cha J" from Jimmy Smith Trio + LD (Blue Note) 1:50:19
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