Big Ears for Big SoundsBy
Click the play button to listenThis week, I've had big ears for some big sounds. And now you can too.
- Thelonious Monk "Esistrophy (Theme)" from Live at the It Club-Complete (Columbia) 00:30
- Stan Kenton "Prollouge" from Kenton's West Side Story (Capital Records) 02:00
- Don Ellis Orchestra "Turkish Bath" from Electric Bath (Columbia) 06:05
- Chick Webb and his Orchestra "Heebie Jeebies" from Jammin' for the Jackpot: Big Bands and Territory Bands of the 30s (New World Records) 16:33
- Yu Nishiyama "Honorary Whites" from A Lotus in the Mud (Outside in Music) 20:13
- Toshiko AkiyoshiLew Tabackin "Notorious Tourist from the East" from Mosaic Select: Toshiko AkiyoshiLew Tabackin Big Band (Mosaic) 26:26
- Duke Ellington "Reminiscing in Tempo" from Creole RhapsodyDuke Ellington In The Thirties (Living Era) 34:01
- George Russell & The Living Time Orchestra "So What" from So What (Blue Note) 34:01
- Anthony Braxton "22-M (Opus 58)" from Creative Orchestra Music 1976 (Arista) 34:01
- Anna Webber, Angela Morris Big band "Climbing on Mirrors" from Both Are True (Greenleaf Music) 1:02:16
- McCoy Tyner "Fly with the Wind" from Fly with the Wind (Milestone Records) 1:13:01
- Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra "Blues" from Gillespiana (Verve Records) 1:11:01
- Tata Vasques and His Orchestra "El Loco" from Ecstasy (Jazz Room Records) 1:34:11
- Manuel Valera New Cuban Express Big Band "Distancia" from Distancia (Greenleaf Music) 1:39:07
- Sam Rivers & the Rivbea Orchestra "Crux" from Mosaic Select: Trilogy (Moasic Records) 1:48:57
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