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Randy Weston Tribute & New Releases

Ludovico Granvassu By

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Another master has left us. Randy Weston passed away on Sept. 1st at the venerable age of 92. This week we celebrate the music of an artist that consciously built a bridge between jazz and African musical traditions and, in doing so, strongly contributed to the awareness of the African roots of jazz music.

This episode will then feature some interesting new releases by Phronesis, Stefon Harris, Stephane Spira, Fred Hersch and others.

Happy listening!

Playlist

  • Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" (self-released) 0:00
  • Randy Weston "Ifrane" from Blue Moses (CTI) 0:16
  • Host talks 5:31
  • Randy Weston "Night in Medina" from Blue Moses (CTI) 8:03
  • Rodney Kendrick "Jahjuka" from We Don't Die, We Multiply (Verve) 14:46
  • Randy Weston "African Village (Bedford Stuyvesant)" from Blues to Africa (Freedom) 20:31
  • {Heiner Franz & Friends"Little Niles " from Let's Have a Ball (Jardis) 25:45
  • Host talks 29:26
  • Randy Weston "Introduction: Uhuru Kwanza (Part One)" from Uhuru Africa (Roulette) 31:58
  • Randy Weston "1st Movement: Uhuru Kwanza (Part Two)" from Uhuru Africa (Roulette) 34:34
  • Randy Weston "Lalla Mira (Part 2)" from Spirit! The Power of Music (Sunnyside) 40:20
  • Rodney Kendrick "Gnawa in Paris" from The Secrets of Rodney Kendrick (Verve) 45:34
  • Host talks 55:31
  • Freddie Hubbard "Cry Me Not" from Hub Cap (Blue Note) 57:00
  • Te Randy Weston Septet "Berkshire Blues" from African Cookbook (Rhino Atlantic) 1:01:46
  • Al Grey "African lady" from Snap Your Fingers (Argo) 1:06:38
  • Rodney Kendrick "The Last Day" from Dance World Dance (Verve) 1:11:00
  • Host talks 1:18:31
  • Randy Weston Solo "Functional" from That's the Way I Feel Now -A Tribute to Thelonious Monk (A&M) 1:20:17
  • Fred Hersch Trio "I Mean You" from Heart Songs (Sunnyside) 1:24:19
  • Stefon Harris & Blackout "Dat dere" from Sonic Creed (Motema) 1:28:48
  • Stéphane Spira "Underground Ritual" from New Playground (Jazzmax) 1:34:06
  • Dinosaur "Forgive, Forget; Old Times' Sake" from Wonder Trail (Edition) 1:41:47
  • Phronesis "The Edge" from We Are All (Edition) 1:48:02
  • Host talks 1:53:53
  • Esbjorn Svensson Trio "Spunky Sprawl" from Live in London (ACT) 1:56:41

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