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Hush

Label: Wounded Bird Records
Released: 2012

Ten Years Hence

Label: Wounded Bird Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Samba De Amor (Fantasy): Samba De Amor (Part 1), Time Montage, Samba De Amor (Part II); Yusef's Mood; But Beautiful; A Flower; I Be Cold.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yusef Lateef: Ten Years Hence

Read "Ten Years Hence" reviewed by Bert Bailey

This 2008 release of a live 1975 performance at San Francisco's Keystone Korner may appeal to Lateef completists, but those still new to him or curious about his fame might consider starting elsewhere.The first of Ten Years Hence's five long numbers is Bob Cunningham's three-part “Samba De Amor," which begins with the bassist bowing ...

Connection

Label: Wounded Bird Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Put it Where You Want it; Alone Again (Naturally); Superstar; I Feel the Earth Move; Theme from "The French Connection"; Conquistador; Roundabout; Chain Reaction; Goodbye to Love; Lean on Me; Train to Get There.

Don Ellis at Fillmore

Label: Wounded Bird Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Final Analysis; Excursion II; The Magic Bus Ate My Doughnut; The Blues; Salvatore Sam; Rock Odyssey; Hey Jude; Antea; Old Man's Tear; Great Divide; Pussy Wiggle Stomp.

Tears Of Joy

Label: Wounded Bird Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Tears of Joy; 5/4 Getaway; Bulgarian Bulge; Get it Together; Quiet Longing; Blues in Elf; Loss; How's This for Openers?; Samba Bajada; Strawberry Soup; Euphoric Acid.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Ellis: Don Ellis at Fillmore

Read "Don Ellis at Fillmore" reviewed by Jim Santella

What a memorable album. I guess I grew up on this one. That was back when my hair still had color, my knees both worked quite well, and I still had that “fresh out of college" attitude that took me off in many directions at once. Don Ellis takes you off on a whirlwind ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Ellis: Tears of Joy

Read "Tears of Joy" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded at San Francisco's Basin Street West in 1971, Tears of Joy marked a subtle change in the Don Ellis big band. The trumpeter was gradually drifting toward popular music, and he was beginning to use the new electronic technology to its best advantage. However, he continued to load each arrangement with the kinds of musical ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Don Ellis: Connection

Read "Connection" reviewed by Jim Santella

In the early 1970s, Don Ellis reshaped his big band, dropping the three acoustic basses and substituted one Fender bass. His guitarist added echoplex effects and wah-wah sensations, taking the group away from its straight-ahead big band sound and plunging it into the electronic decade. The band got connected to pop culture. Ellis made ...


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