A Tribute to Bobby Few

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A tribute to pianist, composer and improviser Bobby Few, who died in January 2021 aged 85. Whilst not well known outside of the jazz world he has a CV which many would envy working with some of the leading names in the business. There is music featured from across his career and impressive discography.


  • Bobby Few "Let It Rain" from Let It Rain (Self Released) 00:00
  • Undivided "Moves Between Clouds" from Moves Between Clouds (Multikulti Project) 05:35
  • Steve Lacy "Forgetful" from The Door (Novus) 20:34
  • Albert Ayler "Desert Blood" from The Last Album (Impulse!) 28:22
  • Cheikh Tidiane Fall, Bobby Few, Jo Maka "Sunflowers" from Diom Futa (Free Lance) 34:44
  • Noah Howard Featuring Kenny Clarke "Creole Girl" from Red Star (Mercury) 43:39
  • Gilles Torrent "Desert De Sel" from Desert De Sel (Doron Jazz) 52:15
  • Tailib Kibwe "Egyptian Oasis" from Egyptian Oasis (Cryonic) 55:21
  • Frank Wright Quartet "Grooving" from Uhuru Na Umoja (America Records) 1:00:53
  • Zusaan Kali Fasteau, Noah Howard, Bobby Few "Truth Be Told" from Expatriate Kin (CIMP) 1:08:08
  • Steve Lacy "The Rent" from Duets Associates (New Tone Records) 1:22:00
  • Noah Howard Quartet "The Blessing" from Live at the Unity Temple (Ayler Records) 1:31:48
  • Undivided "Król wyśmiany / Zaparcie się Piotra [Ridiculed King / The denial of St. Peter]" from The Passion (Multikulti Project) 1:44:41

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