World of Jazz – 8th December 2011

On this show

  • Paul Chambers –  Just for Love – Whims of Chambers (1956) Mr PCs debut as a leader with a great band including JohnColtrane on tenor, trumpeter Donald Byrd, guitarist Kenny Burrell, pianist Horace Silver and drummer Philly Joe Jones
  • Eyvind Kang – Forest Sama’i – The Narrow Garden (2012) A sneak preview of Eyvind’s newest album which is released early next year. A fascinating mixture of jazz, world and classical music.
  • Stanley Turrentine – Meat Wave – Easy Walker (1969) A small-group soul-jazz session from Stanley Turrentine, backed by a rhythm section of pianist McCoy Tyner, drummer Mickey Roker, and bassist Bob Cranshaw.
  • Julian and Roman Wasserfuhr – Fade A Little – Upgraded in Gothenberg (2009) the new two new wunderkind brothers of German jazz in fine fettle on this ACT release. The line-up is Julian Wasserfuhr – trumpet, Roman Wasserfuhr – piano, Lars Danielsson – bass, cello and Anders Kjellberg – drums
  • Eric Dolphy – It’s Magic – Far Cry (1960) – Dolphy in transition between his Parkeresque early career and the later and freer side of this work. Booker Little and Jaki Byard add great value to the session.
  • Enrico Pieranunzi with Marc Johnson and Joey Baron – Nefertiti – The Chant of Time (1997) The italian piano master in fine company.
  • Tina Brooks – Up Tights Creek – True Blue (1960)Brooks is teamed with the young trumpeter Freddie Hubbard (on one of his earliest sessions), pianistDuke Jordan, bassist Sam Jones, and drummer Art Taylor for a set dominated by Brooks’ originals.
  • Sam Rivers – Detour Ahead – A New Conception (1966) the name of the album refers to Rivers’ ingenious interpretations of standards. The band includes pianist Hal Galper, bassist Herbert Lewis, and drummer Steve Ellington.
  • Julian and Roman Wasserfuhr – Twinkle Eyes – Gravity (2011) from their latest album this time with Wolfgang Haffner on the drums.
  • Enrico Rava – Amnesia – Tribe (2011) arguably this latest album is one of his strongest – in the band are Enrico Rava: trumpet; Gianluca Petrella: trombone; Giovanni Guidi: piano; Gabriele Evangelista: double bass; Fabrizio Sferra: drums and Giacomo Ancillotto: guitar.
  • Enrico Pieranunzi – It Speaks For Itself – Night Gone By(2003) – with Marc Johnson again but this time with the late great Paul Motian on the drums.

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