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In honor of a Record Store Day release of In Baltimore, we decided to devote an episode to tenor saxophonist George Coleman, who served tours of duty with Max Roach, Elvin Jones, and Miles Davis among others. The focus is on his mid-sixties to early seventies work as we ponder George's strengths and weaknesses and whether he's been given a fair shake in jazz history. Pop matters touches on several groups and then wanders over into a discussion of jazz clubs because we're on our own without adult supervision and who can stop us?


  • Discussion of Miles Davis' albums 'Four' and More and 'My Funny Valentine (Columbia) 2:45
  • Discussion of Herbie Hancock's album Maiden Voyage (Blue Note) 20:50
  • Discussion of Elvin Jones' album Poly Currents (Blue Note) 34:35
  • Discussion of George Coleman's album In Baltimore (Reel to Real) 52:55
  • Pop Matters 1:08:07

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