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First, Ohm’s Law (musically)

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Starting out, a 'physics lesson' courtesy of Seamus Blake, Hank Mobley & Tain! We revive our R&B compare and contrast feature with Ivory Joe Hunter versus Jimmy Smith. Centennials? Of course: Bird and Dave Brubeck (solo)! Along the way, John Patitucci, Bud Powell, Gregory Agid and Anat Cohen, as well as our continuing chronological celebration of the musical life of Sonny Rollins.

Playlist

  • Seamus Blake "Ohm" from Superconductor (5Passion) 00:00
  • Hank Mobley "Hi Voltage" from Hi Voltage (Blue Note) 07:02
  • Jeff "Tain" Watts "Dingle-Dangle" from Watts (Dark Key Music) 16:31
  • John Patitucci "Trinkle Tinkle" from Brooklyn (Three Faces) 23:00
  • Sonny Rollins "I'm an Old Cowhand [alternate]" from Way Out West (Contemporary) 29:01
  • Sonny Rollins "Come, Gone [alternate]" from Way Out West (Contemporary) 40:35
  • Sonny Rollins "Way Out West [alternate]" from Way Out West (Contemporary) 51:06
  • Ivory Joe Hunter "I Almost Lost My Mind" from 78 rpm single (MGM) 57:49
  • Jimmy Smith "I Almost Lost My Mind" from Prayer Meetin' (Blue Note) 1:01:58
  • Charlie Parker "Buzzy" from Complete Savoy Studio Sessions (Savoy) 1:11:14
  • Charlie Parker "Donna Lee" from Complete Savoy Studio Sessions (Savoy) 1:14:49
  • Bud Powell "Monopoly" from Time Waits [Amazing Bud Powell, Vol 4] (Blue Note) 1:17:21
  • Bud Powell "Danceland" from The Scene Changes [Amazing Bud Powell, Vol 5] (Blue Note) 1:23:01
  • Gregory Agid "Chatter Box" from JAMZ (Bubble Bath) 1:26:57
  • Anat Cohen "As Rosas Nao Falam" from Claroscuro (Anzic) 1:35:03
  • Dave Brubeck "You'll Never Know" from Indian Summer (Telarc) 1:41:18
  • Dave Brubeck "Spring Is Here" from Indian Summer (Telarc) 1:46:23
  • Dave Brubeck "This Love Of Mine" from Indian Summer (Telarc) 1:50:26

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