Frank Kimbrough: A Musical Portrait, Part 2

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We continue our exploration of the musical world of Frank Kimbrough through his works as leader, co-leader, sideman in groups of long-time collaborators and in live unreleased recordings. For the part 1, click here.


  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
  • Frank Kimbrough, Lucas Pino "The Spins" Live at Spectrum, NYC, 2016.10.29 (Unreleased) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:37
  • Rich Perry "Big Foot" Left Alone (SteepleChase) 7:00
  • Host talks 13:53
  • Ben Allison "Slap Happy" Peace Pipe (Sonic Camera) 16:20
  • Ted Nash "The Party" The Mancini Project (Palmetto) 24:23
  • Host talks 30:43
  • The Herbie Nichols Project "Delights" Strange City (Palmetto) 31:48
  • Ron Horton "Cantarnos" Subtextures (Fresh Sound/New Talent) 39:08
  • Frank Kimbrough Trio "Dusk" Live at Kitano (Palmetto) 46:33
  • Host talks 54:41
  • Frank Kimbrough Trio "Single Petal of a Rose" Live at Kitano (Palmetto) 56:20
  • Jazz Composers Collective Trio "For Duke" Live at Il Torrione, Ferrara, Italy, 2003.10.23 (Unreleased) 1:05:46
  • Frank Kimbrough "It Should Have Happened a Long Time Ago" Air (Palmetto) 1:14:01
  • Host talks 1:20:12
  • Frank Kimbrough "Epistrophy" Monk's Dreams: The Complete Compositions of Thelonious Sphere Monk (Sunnyside) 1:22:34
  • Jon Gordon "The Spins" Currents (Double-Time) 1:26:54
  • Host talks 1:34:00
  • Frank Kimbrough "Waiting in Santander" Play (Palmetto) 1:36:44
    • Photo credit: Ludovico Granvassu

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