Happy Canada Day!
"Tempo" - Damian Nisenson Trio + 3 (En concert)
"The gathering" - Pharoah Sanders (Elevation)
"S'wonderful" - Jutta Hipp (Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims)
"Toronto" - Lenny Breau (Five o'clock bells)
"The rumpus" - Cosmologic (Eyes in the back of my head)
"Chandelier" - Bloom Project (Prismatic season)
"Broken arrow drive" - Liz Story (Escape of the circus ponies)
"Shining tear of the sun" - Elizabeth Shepherd (Parkdale)
"The seven powers" - Bahia Black (Ritual beating system)
"Aquarian moon" - Bobby Hutcherson (Happenings)
"Piano de patio (y bongo)" - Gabriel Alegria (Neuvo mundo)
"Hello again" - Mario Pavone (Trio arc)
"Dragon gate" - Larry Coryell (Tricycles)
"Slots" - Revolutionary Snake Ensemble (Forked tongue)
"Greasy drums" - Joe Dukes with the Brother Jack McDuff Quartet (The soulful drums of Joe Dukes with the Brother Jack McDuff Quartet)
"A long way from Beacon Hill" - Martin & Fisher (Little man on the boat)
"The birds near her house" - The Lounge Lizards (Queen of all ears)
"Intrades" - Bill Dixon (17 musicians in search of a sound: Darfur)
"Stella by starlight" - Kristian Alexandrov (Akoustika)
"Speak in tones" - Speak in tones (Subaro)
"Caravan of winter" - Wadada Leo Smith's Golden Quartet (Tabligh)
I decided not to do anything special for Canada Day; I ended up playing about the usual number of tracks by Canadian performers. Maybe next year I'll do something different.
Fave tunes this week: "The gathering" by Pharoah Sanders and "Speak in tones" by Subaro. Also can't forget "Toronto" by the late Lenny Breau; this and "Ebony queen/Pam's pad" are my favourite Breau pieces.