World of Jazz Podcast 55 – A to Z of Jazz “F”

So it’s time for letter F in the A-Z of the less well known jazz artists out there….

Playlist

  1. Joe Farrell – Outback
  2. Paulo Fresu & Uri Caine – Blood Money
  3. Henry Franklin – For Penny
  4. Art Farmer – Alone Together
  5. FME – Heavy Light (for Christian Wolff)
  6. David Friedmann – Four In One
  7. Bill Frisell – Lookout for Hope
  8. Yosie Fruchter – Shikora
  9. Curtis Fuller – Slide’s Ride

You can stream the show from here….

Sources of the music

  1. Outback (1971) The second and best of Joe Farrell’s dates for Creed Taylor’s CTI label. Recorded in a quartet setting in 1970, with Elvin Jones – drums , Chick Corea – pisno, and percussionist Airto Moreira,
  2. Think (2009) Fresu and Caine with the Alborada String Quartet.
  3. Tribal Dance (1977) Henry Franklinon bass, Dwight Dickerson on piano, Sonship on percussion, Jerry Rush on trumpet and flugelhorn and Charles Owens on flute, tenor and soprano.
  4. Yesterday’s Thoughts (1976) 1975 studio sessions recorded in New York for release in Japan by Eastwind. Art is joined by frequent collaborator Cedar Walton on piano, as well as bassist Sam Jones and drummer Billy Higgins.
  5. Cuts (2005) Free jazz from Ken Vandermark, Nate McBride and Paal Nilsen- Love
  6. Of The Wind’s Eye (1981) Vibraphonist and marimba player David Friedman has recorded and played extensively since the early ’70s.
  7. Gone, Just Like A Train (1998) Frisell in Chet Atkins meets jazz mode with drummer Jim Keltner and bassist Viktor Krauss.
  8. Pitorn (2008) Guitarist Yoshie Fruchter leads a quartet of violin, bass, and drums. Released on John Zorn’s Tzadik label as part of his Radical Jewish Culture series.
  9. Complete Blue Note UA Sessions (1996) A major post-bop stylist on trombone with remarkable techniques, including wide-octave leaps and whiplash phrases delivered in a relaxed manner.

Pitorn

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