Tuesday, March 25, 2008

March 25, 2008

"Verona's story" - Hutchinson Andrew Trio (Music box)
"Follow your heart" - Joe Farrell Quartet (Joe Farrell Quartet)
"My little humidor" - Galactic (Organ-ized: an all-star tribute to the Hammond B3 organ)
"Purple" - William Parker (Alternative to what… noise?)
"Which well" - Keefe Jackson's Project Project (Just like this)
"Juju" - Jerry Leake (Vibrance)
"Don't let it bring you down" - Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey (Sameness of difference)
"La papa" - Roberthino Silva (Shot on goal (perigo de gol))
"Bedford celebrities" - The Chris Tarry Group (Almost certainly dreaming)
"For the rabbit" - Cecil Taylor (For Olim)
"Xibaba" - Duke Pearson (Jazznova Blue Note trip)
"Around the corner" - Eero Koivistoinen Music Society (Jazz from Finland 2008)
"Contradiction" - Gregg August Sextet (One peace)
"The magilla" - Stanley Turrentine (The spoiler)
"Past things we don't recall" - Ganesh Anandan, John Gzowski (Shruti project)
"Daxaar" - Steve Reid Ensemble (Daxaar)
"Five and dime" - Brad Shepik (Places you go)
"Elegy for a duck" Oliver Nelson (Sound pieces)
"Blue at midnight" - Panthelion (Life after 339)
"The tick tock club" - Golden Arm Trio (Alternative to what?)
"Clic" - Bernard Falaise (Clic)
"Between the devil and the deep blue sea" - Mike Walbridge's Chicago Footwarmers Featuring Kim Cusack (Crazy rhythm)
"Cielo azul" - Negroni's Trio (Father & son)
"Story writing" - Ornette Coleman & Joachim Kuhn (Colors)
"Happy disillusion"- Susie Ibarra & Assif Tsahar (Home cookin')

I have to say that this was a pretty good show. I didn't trip over my tongue too badly and lots of great tunes were played. Two particular favourites of mine were "Follow your heart" by the Joe Farrell Quartet and Duke Pearson's "Xibaba". I also managed to play sets of four or more this week (and last, actually); one set stretched to six (short) tunes, something that is hard to do with jazz tracks (many shows, I play six things - or less - in an hour, never mind in one set).


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