Braxton with Dave Brubeck and Chick Corea & Much More

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We're going everywhere this week. We offer you twenty-first century music from Joshua Redman, Michael Sarian, magnificent Vanessa Perica, Nicole Mitchell and Manu Katche. Roll up the rug for Benny Goodman's trio, Fletcher Henderson and Rex Stewart(with Johnny Hodges on soprano and Harry Carney on clarinet). Our Charlie Parker @ 100 celebration continues as we start to revive the Dial recordings. Anthony Braxton is featured in two settings: with Dave Brubeck (for his centennial, along with Lee Konitz) and with Chick Corea (an August 50th anniversary Blue Note recording—not the wrong October recording date on the album jacket; confirmed by Mr. Cuscuna). So far as I know, that recording (Circling In) was never reissued on CD and has been generally unavailable since its release in the mid-1970s. If you're a fan of the Circle band, you might want to check this out. Along the way, Eddie Harris and Kenny Garrett. Enjoy the show.


  • Eddie Harris "If I Would Ever Leave You" from The Tender Storm (Atlantic) 00:00
  • Joshua Redman "Unanimity" from Still Dreaming (Nonesuch) 08:15
  • Michael Sarian "This Is Only the Beginning" from New Aurora (Self-released) 14:05
  • Vanessa Perica "Scar for Charlie" from Love Is a Temporary Madness (Self-released) 20:23
  • Nicole Mitchell, Tomeka Reid, Mike Reed "B.K." from Artifacts (482 Music) 29:07
  • Dave Brubeck "Like Someone in Love" from All the Things We Are (Atlantic) 34:50
  • Dave Brubeck "In Your Own Sweet Way" from All the Things We Are (Atlantic) 42:04
  • Dave Brubeck "All The Things You Are" from All the Things We Are (Atlantic) 49:52
  • Kenny Garrett "Liberia" from Pursuance (Warner) 58:02
  • Charlie Parker "How Deep Is the Ocean" from The Complete Dial Modern Jazz Sessions (Mosaic) 1:05:36
  • Charlie Parker "Crazeology" from The Complete Dial Modern Jazz Sessions (Mosaic) 1:10:09
  • Charlie Parker "Bongo Beep" from The Complete Dial Modern Jazz Sessions (Mosaic) 1:12:57
  • Benny Goodman "Who?" from The Complete RCA Victor Small Group Recordings (RCA Victor) 1:16:13
  • Fletcher Henderson "Harlem Madness" from Indispensable Fletcher Henderson (1927/1936) (French RCA) 1:20:04
  • Rex Stewart "Rexatious" from 78 rpm single (Variety) 1:24:01
  • Chick Corea "Starp" from Circling In (Blue Note) 1:27:24
  • Chick Corea "73 A-Kelvin" from Circling In (Blue Note) 1:33:35
  • Chick Corea "Ballad" from Circling In (Blue Note) 1:42:27
  • Manu Katche "Slowing The Tides" from Touchstone for Manu (ECM) 1:49:05

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