Joe Henderson on Milestone

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This week we feature a trio of Joe Henderson cuts from the late '60s-early '70s, showing his transition from the mainstream to the electric, plus another teaser from the Rubberband album by Miles Davis and a mixed bag of new and old releases.


  • Miles Davis "Paradise (feat. Medina Johnson)" from Rubberband (Warner Brothers) 00:00
  • Joe Henderson "Black Narcissus" from Power to the People (Milestone) 07:00
  • Roger Rota, Matthias Bauer & Maria Lucchese "Incontro 1 to 4" from Bergamo Fall (Roger Rota) 12:00
  • Brian Marsella Trio "Jekusiel" from Buer, Book of Angels Volume 31 (Tzadik) 24:00
  • Daniel Carter, Stelios Mihas, Irma Nejando, Federico Ughi "Ms. Gertrude" from Radical Invisibility (577 Records) 30:00
  • Robin Verheyen New York Quartet "Trinity" from Trinity (Studio 52 Creations) 35:00
  • Erik Vermeulen Trio "Subdominance" from Asterisk (El Negocito Records) 45:00
  • Alex Zhang Hungtai, David Maranha, Gabriel Ferrandini "There's No God Where I Am" from Eight Black Horses Crown Snake (Violante Do Céu) 52:00
  • Joe Henderson "Terra Firma" from Black Is the Colour (Milestone) 01:00:00
  • Kvintetten Som Sprängdes "This Guy Is the Limit" from Faller På Eget grepp (Found You Recordings) 01:13:00
  • Lovecraft's Aunts "An Antecedent and a Horror" from The Case of Charles Dexter Ward (Discordian Records) 01:22:00
  • Dave Holland Quintet "The Winding Way" from Dream of the Elders (ECM) 01:32:00
  • Florian Weber "Through the Mist" from Minsarah (Enja) 01:42:00
  • Joe Henderson "Power to the People" from Black Narcissus (Milestone) 01:48:00

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