Tuesday, January 15, 2008

January 15, 2008

"Some hail caesar" - Steve Hilliam (Inside the lines)
"Oleo" - Keith Jarrett (My foolish heart)
"Greasy feets music" - Josh Roseman (New constellations)
"Yesterdays" - Paul Chambers (Bass on top)
"Hand in hand" - Mulgrew Miller (Hand in hand)
"Somewhere between good and evil" - Jay Crocker (A sound experiment: live sessions from CJSW 90.0 FM)
"In 4 scenes" - Avi Granite (6: red tree)
"Leap frog" - Charlie Parker (Une anthologie 1948/1953)
"Ozymandias" - Altered Laws Quartet (Metaphora)
"Tabula rasa" - The Brecker Brothers (Sneakin' up behind you)
"Esher sketch (a tale of two rhythms)" - Michael Brecker (Now you see it… (now you don't))
"Autumn in our town" - Dave Brubeck (Indian summer)
"Freedom" - 3 Cohens (Braid)
"Amnesia" - Jazz Pharmacy (Amnesia)
"The swing and I" - Eric Reed (The swing and I)
"Suspended variations II" - Tomasz Stanko Quartert (Suspended night)
"Green shift" - Richard Underhill (Kensington suite)
"Concierto de Aranjuez: movement II: allegro" - Ted Nash & Odean (La espada de la nocha)
"Improvisation 1" - Thurston Moore and Rashied Ali (Cooler, New York, March 1, 1997)
"Clear blue lou" - Jessica Williams (The best of Jessica Williams on Jazz Focus)
"Tony's solo" - Wilson/Lee/Bentley (Escondido dreams)
"Let's carve forever together" - Fond Of Tigers (Release the saviours)

Not a bad show. I liked pretty much everything, save, perhaps, for the lead-off track (too slick for me). The setlist does go places, from Charlie Parker through to the Thurston Moore/Rashied Ali improvisation (which almost got played on Christmas Day but there was only so much time).


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