Mellow Side of the Blue Note Review & More

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This week, we finish tracking Volume 1 of the Blue Note Review, which is now out-of-print. Volume 2 just arrived and you can listen for it in the months ahead. We also feature selections from Sonny Rollins at his first full recording date as a leader from December 1951. But, of course, there's more—see for yourself, below. Enjoy the show! Next week, it's a February 1969 Blue Note 50th anniversary recording and BN-6 from Sidney Bechet.


  • Mike LeDonne "Here Comes the Doctor" from From The Heart (HighNote) 00:00
  • The Crusaders "Tough Talk" from Lighthouse '68 (Pacific Jazz) 07:22
  • Joe Henderson "Side Car" from So Near, So Far (Verve) 15:19
  • Lynne Arriale "Over And Out" from Give Us These Days (Challenge) 27:11
  • Sonny Rollins "With A Song In My Heart" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 32:27
  • Sonny Rollins "On A Slow Boat To China" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 36:04
  • Sonny Rollins "Time On My Hands" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 38:51
  • Alan Ferber "Get Sassy" from Jigsaw (Sunnyside) 41:32
  • Pierre Dorge "Mirjam's Dada Dance" from Soundscapes (Steeplechase) 51:09
  • Marty Ehrlich "Willie Whipporwill's Back Slidin' Heart Throb Two-Step" from Pliant Plaint (Enja) 58:17
  • Dave Douglas "Miracle Gro" from Brazen Heart (Greenleaf) 1:05:14
  • Theo Hill "For Those Who Do" from Interstellar Adventures (Posi-Tone) 1:13:17
  • Eric Dolphy "Left Alone" from Complete Prestige Recordings (Prestige) 1:19:07
  • John Abercrombie "Pebbles" from The First Quartet (ECM) 1:26:48
  • Derrick Hodge "To Be Fair" from Peace, Love & Fishing (Blue Note) 1:31:10
  • Terence Blanchard "Memories Of A Flame" from Peace, Love & Fishing (Blue Note) 1:36:10
  • Kandace Springs "Daydream" from Peace, Love & Fishing (Blue Note) 1:47:33

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