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A Soulful Serving of Big John Patton, Philly platters from Sonic Liberation Front, Johnathan Blake & more

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This week, a soulful serving of Hammond B3 platters from Big John Patton to Gloria Coleman and Shirley Scott. New releases form Philly's Sonic Liberation Front, drummer Johnathan Blake and a Nobel Force from Jazzmeia Horn. All platters come with two sides. Welcome friends and neighbors to The Jazz Continuum. Old, new, in, out... wherever the music takes us. Each week, we will explore the elements of jazz from a historical perspective.

Playlist

  • Jazzmeia Horn and Her Noble Force "He Could Be Perfect" from Dear Love (Empress Legacy Records) 0:01:24
  • Kahil El'Zabar "Freedom March" from America The Beautiful (Spiritmuse Records) 07:40
  • Sonic Liberation Front "Derecho (Storm of Change)" from Moon Rust Red Streets (High Two) 16:02
  • Rubén González "Tumbaco" from Introducing... Ruben Gonzalez (World Circut) 23:20
  • Arturo O'Farrill, The Afro Latin Jazz Ensemble "Ensayo Silencio" from Sleeping In Lions (Blue Note) 29:39
  • Don Pullen "Warriors" from New Beginnings (Blue Note) 0:35:01
  • Barry Harris "Blusey" from Breakin' it Up (Argo) 0:41:50
  • Gloria Coleman Quartet "Melbas Minor" from Soul Sisters (Impulse) 0:046:51
  • Shirley Scott "I Want You Back" from Something (Atlantic) 0:53:18
  • Dr. Lonnie Smith "Spiral" from Spiral (Palmetto Records) 0:55:59
  • Joey DeFrancesco "Soul Dancing" from More (Mack Avenue) 01:01:57
  • Big John Patton "Latona" from Let 'Em Roll (Blue Note) 01:09:20
  • Big John Patton "Soul Connection" from Soul Connection (Jazz Room Records) 01:16:44
  • Big John Patton "Along Came John" from Minor Swing (DIW) 01:26:29
  • Grachan Moncur III "Air Raid" from Evolution (Blue Note) 01:32:12
  • Eric Dolphy "Hat & Beard" from Out to Lunch (Blue Note) 01:41:31
  • Johnathan Blake "LLL" from Homeward Bound (Blue Note) 01:50:52

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