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Ike Quebec at 100, D-Stringz & A Walk On The Outside

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A show from the 2018 archive with a salute to Ike Quebec, a wickedly good session with Stanley Clarke, Bireli Lagrene and Jean-Luc Ponty that you might have missed, as well as coloring outside the lines with Mary Halvorson, Henry Threadgill and Charles Mingus with Roland Kirk. Oh, and our usual dose of grease & funk. Click the play button & enjoy the show.

Playlist

  • Don Braden, Karl Latham "Deja Vu" from Big Funk Live (Creative Perspective Music) 00:00
  • The Vampires "Torta Salata" from The Vampires Meet Lionel Loueke (Earshift) 08:20
  • Vince Mendoza "Keep It Up" from Homecoming (Sunnyside) 16:50
  • Pat Martino "Nightwings" from Formidable (HighNote) 25:27
  • Stanley Clarke, Bireli Lagrene and Jean-Luc Ponty "To and Fro" from D-Stringz (Impulse!) 34:11
  • Stanley Clarke, Bireli Lagrene and Jean-Luc Ponty "Blue Train" from D-Stringz (Impulse!) 41:39
  • Stanley Clarke, Bireli Lagrene and Jean-Luc Ponty "Nuages" from D-Stringz (Impulse!) 47:58
  • Django Reinhardt "Marie" from The Indispensable Django Reinhardt (1949-1950) (French RCA) 53:02
  • Grant Green "Cool Blues" from Born to Be Blue (Blue Note) 57:03
  • Ike Quebec "Heavy Soul" from Heavy Soul (Blue Note) 1:05:06
  • Ike Quebec "Don't Take Your Love From Me" from Blue & Sentimental (Blue Note) 1:12:34
  • Ike Quebec "A Light Reprieve" from It Might as Well Be Spring (Blue Note) 1:19:34
  • Mary Halvorson "Reverse Blue" from Reverse Blue (self-release) 1:26:01
  • Henry Threadgill "Award the Squadtett " from Easily Slip into Another World (RCA) 1:31:38
  • Charles Mingus "Old Blues for Walt's Torin" from Tonight at Noon (Atlantic) 1:38:32
  • Larry Young "Ritha (quartet version)" from Into Somethin' (Blue Note) 1:46:21

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