“Look into my eyes: You’re getting groovy”.
Click on the link here for Audio Player – Hank Jones Trio – Live at The BBC – May 28, 1994
Taking a turn to the mellow this weekend, with a concert by the great Hank Jones and his Trio, broadcast on the BBC from May 28, 1994.
Jones is joined by Jesper Lundgaard on bass and Idris Muhammad on drums.
And for those of you interested in what’s being played . . . .
1. Lament (Donald Byrd) (8:18)
2. Lady Luck (Thad Jones) (7:09)
3. On Green Dolphin Street (Bronslau Kaper) (6:40)
4. Upon Reflection (Thad Jones) (7:26)
5. A Child is Born (Thad Jones) (6:03)
6. Speak Low (Kurt Weill) (5:54)
7. Emily (Johnny Mandel) (5:57)
8. Interlude (Hank Jones) (5:43)
Something to help you slip into Autumn(except maybe in Los Angeles, where it’s still 90-thereabouts).
Enjoy the rest of the weekend.
- Note by Note (moviewise.wordpress.com)
Pharoah Sanders – once described by Ornette Coleman as “Probably the best tenor sax player in the world”.
Click on the link here for Audio Player: [audio https://pastdaily.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/pharoah-sanders-live-1984.mp3]
Over to Zurich this weekend for a few words from Pharoah Sanders and his Quartet, recorded live at the Volkshaus during the International Jazzfest from October 26, 1984.
Accompanying Sanders during this adventure are – Kirk Lightsey, piano – Santi DeBriano, bass and Idris Muhammad, drums.
Originally broadcast over Swiss Radio (there’s an announcement right over the intro to Body & Soul), I’m not entirely sure this is a complete concert. But it is almost an hours worth of vintage Sanders.
Sometimes you just have to take what you can get.