Mid-winter Melodies

Feb 8, 2013

Stiff arm that post-Super Bowl, mid-winter malaise with sounds from Oliver Nelson, Stevie Wonder, Enrico Rava, Frank Sinatra and others (Dancing shoes sold separately).

Hour One

-Duke Ellington Orchestra- And His Mother Called Him Bill- Snibor, U.M.M.G.
-Johnny Hodges And The Ellington Men- Johnny Come Lately
-Enrico Rava-On The Dance Floor- They Don't Care About Us- Smile
-Marcus Miller- Renaissance- I'll Be There
-Madeline Eastman and Randy Porter- A Quiet Thing- Bad And The Beautiful
-Dominique Eade- Long Way Home- Come Down In Time
-Charles Lloyd Quartet-Rabo De Nube
-Kronos Quartet- Monk Suite-Brilliant Corners
-Steve Kuhn- Mostly Coltrane- Welcome, Central Park West
-Art Blakey- Moon River

Hour Two

-Jayne Cortez And The Firespitters- Taking The Blues Back Home- The Guitars I Used To Know
-Jimi Hendrix- First Rays Of The New Rising Sun- Belly Button Window
-Abdullah Ibrahim- Zimbabwe- Kramat
-Hugh Masekela-Tomorrow- London Fog
-Stevie Wonder- Music Of My Mind- Superwoman
-Marvin Gaye- Here, My Dear- Sparrow
-Anita O' Day- All The Sad Young Men- Up State, Night Bird
-Oliver Nelson-Three Shades Of Blue-Disillusion Blues, Black, Brown And Beautiful
-Pat Metheny- Lyle Mays- Its For You

Hour Three

-Bill Withers- Complete Sussex And Columbia Albums- Let Me In Your Life
-Bill Withers- Menagerie- I Want To Spend The Night
-Frank Sinatra-Duke Ellington- Francis A. And Edward K.- Follow Me
-Ray Charles- Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music- Half As Much
-Jane Ira Bloom/Fred Hersch-As One- Miyako, Janeology
-Mc Coy Tyner-Bobby Hutcherson- Manhattan Moods- Dearly Beloved
-Sonny Rollins- The Quartets- If Ever I Would Leave You
-Enrico Rava- New York Days- Thank you, come again
-Charles Mingus- The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady-Free Woman And Oh, This Freedom's Slave Cries