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Lost & Found Recordings: Pepper Adams, Sheila Jordan, David S. Ware


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This week, lost and found recordings featuring Monk & Coltrane's final tour together, a lost movie soundtrack from Monk, a Sheila Jordan album she doesn't remember making, and other lost and found studio and live recordings from Pepper Adams, Bill Dixon & Cecil Taylor, Harold Land, David S. Ware, Ella Fitzgerald, Tim Berne Snakeoil and more!


  • Lee Morgan "Speedball" from Live at the Lighthouse (Blue Note) 0:11:54
  • Sheila Jordan "Comes Love" from Comes Love Lost Session 1960 (Capri) 0:14:04
  • Art Blakey "A Night in Tunisia" from First Flight to Tokyo: The Lost 1961 Recordings (Blue Note) 0:16:17
  • Tim Berne Snakeoil "Scanners" from Deceptive 4 (Intakt Records) 0:28:15
  • Harold Land "Vendetta" from Westward Bound! (Cellar Live Records) 0:34:41
  • Thelonious Monk "Rhythm-a-Ning" from Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960 (Sam Records) 0:40:59
  • Miles Davis, John Coltrane "So What" from The Final Tour: Copenhagen, March 24, 1960 (Columbia) 0:47:46
  • John Coltrane "Untitled Original 11383" from Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (Columbia) 1:02:22
  • Erroll Garner "Gypsy in My Soul" from Liberation In Swing: The Octave Records Story & Complete Symphony Hall Concert (Mack Avenue) 1:08:53
  • Ella Fitzgerald "Jersey Bounce" from The Lost Berlin Tapes (Verve Records) 1:12:01
  • Pepper Adams "Oleo" from Pepper Adams with The Tommy Banks Trio: Live at Room at the Top (Reel to Real) 1:16:36
  • Bill Dixon, Cecil Taylor "Piece Two" from Duets 1992 (Triple Point Records) 1:36:47
  • David S. Ware New Quartet "Reflection" from Theatre Garonne, 2008 (AUM Fidelity) 1:47:26

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