Time Travel

Jimmy Knepper with the Joe Albany Quartet at The Lighthouse Cafe, Hermosa Beach, California -- December 3, 1981 with Leroy Vinnegar(bass) and Donald Bailey(drums) -- photo by Mark Weber -- Jimmy Knepper (1927-2003) was born and grew up in L.A. not far from the Hi-De-Ho Club where Charlie Parker had a gig March 1 - 13, 1947) and was part of the young scholars that followed Charlie around on the Coast, and as the story goes he and Dean Benedetti would transcribe Bird's solos, and according to Phil Schaap's thoroughly engrossing scholarly notes on the recordings from that club (emphasis on "thoroughly"), Dean had a band that included both Joe Albany and Jimmy Knepper at that time ---- See booklet for Mosaic's box COMPLETE DEAN BENEDETTI RECORDINGS OF CHARLIE PARKER (1990)

Jimmy Knepper with the Joe Albany Quartet at The Lighthouse Cafe, Hermosa Beach, California — December 3, 1981 with Leroy Vinnegar(bass) and Donald Bailey(drums) — photo by Mark Weber — Jimmy Knepper (1927-2003) was born and grew up in L.A. not far from the Hi-De-Ho Club where Charlie Parker had a gig March 1 – 13, 1947) and was part of the young scholars that followed Charlie around on the Coast, and as the story goes he and Dean Benedetti would transcribe Bird’s solos, and according to Phil Schaap’s thoroughly engrossing scholarly notes on the recordings from that club (emphasis on “thoroughly”), Dean had a band that included both Joe Albany and Jimmy Knepper at that time —- See booklet for Mosaic’s box COMPLETE DEAN BENEDETTI RECORDINGS OF CHARLIE PARKER (1990)

The Thursday Jazz Radio Show

January 18, 2o17 Jazz @ Noon every Thursday (starts at 12:07 after the satellite news) Host MARK WEBER KUNM Albuquerque, USA 89.9 FM (Mountain Standard Time) also streaming on the web KUNM.org Current time zone offset: UTC*/GMT -6 hours (*Coordinated Universal Time)/Greenwich Mean Time)

TIME TRAVEL

Keeping a chunk of red brick next to my typewriter (I still call my computer
a “typewriter”) that came from the foundation of Mark Twain’s
writing room on that hill in Elmira
A Petoskey stone from Lake Michigan 400 million years old coral reef
An 1960s cast iron pencil sharpener exactly like I used in drafting class in high school
that Paula found for me on the web
Driftwood from where the Ohio River meets the Mississippi and on that foggy night
Huck & Jim missed their turn (they were coming down the Mississippi and should
have hung left up the Ohio to freedom)
An old hypodermic needle
An Anasazi pot sherd
An old beat-up discarded plunger mute that Michael Vlatkovich used for years
My Lightnin’ Hopkins autograph
A dialing pencil that my Mom used that year (1951) she was a switchboard operator
for Bell Telephone
One of Bobby Bradford’s old cornet mouthpieces
An empty cigarette pack of Kenny Davern’s Camels
Little tiny iridescent feathers from a hummingbird
A matchpack from Ernest Tubb’s Record Store
A chunk of rosy granite from the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho

It’s time travel to look or hold any one of these talismans
It’s not “remembering,” it’s a time travel to that place
Some people have the gift of seeing the past, the rest of us
visit graves, old historic bridges, the mound of Babylon (I hope someday), or
an old oak that escaped being cut down to build the Spanish Armada
Or a grove a yew trees that could be related to the ones that made the long bows
William the Conqueror used to invade England 1066 (yew wood is long-grained,
therefore longer bows, more projection)
Keepsakes and touchstones, talismanic, what is it
we gather from these pilgrimages to the past?
Those moments you read a petroglyph and know what is being conveyed . . . .

I park my truck not a block away from where Lester’s young wife Beatrice
worked as a domestic for a physician (1928-1929) and can sense Lester
Young age 19 walking this same sidewalk as I do on my way to the
radio station every Thursday

I always remember how well that sense of destiny in the past
was illustrated in the movie PATTON and the goosebumps
when General Patton traveling across north Africa asks his
jeep driver to stop in the middle of nowhere (somber music wells
up) because
the general senses an ancient battle took place here

Club Hi-De-Ho at 50th & Western, Los Angeles -- 1977 when it was the First Evangelical Church -- photo by Mark Weber

Club Hi-De-Ho at 50th & Western, Los Angeles — 1977 when it was the First Evangelical Church — photo by Mark Weber

Site of the old Hi-De-Ho Club ---- This is a slightly different shot than my photo that appears in THE COMPLETE DEAN BENEDETTI RECORDINGS OF CHARLIE PARKER ---- I might suppose that the statute of limitations of guilt and assholeness can be invoked and said asshole can now admit he's the one who spray-painted "BIRD LIVES!" on the side of that church back in 1977 (I've only told 2 or 3 people this story) being not too proud of spray painting graffiti, but I was under the pall of Ross Russell's fanciful biography of Charlie Parker (BIRD LIVES! 1973) and the re-issue at that time of the Dial recordings on Spotlite (remember those mauve/lavender/pink album covers!) and no doubt had been drinking, does that count? Well, it gave me courage, I'll say, as vandalism is way outside my skill set and comfort zone, but thinking back: Why did I have a can of spray paint in the trunk of my VW? Does this mean I pre-meditated (a strange choice of words from the legal profession) this act of unholy reverence for Bird? It was very late at night, I had been in one of the blues clubs in Watts (more correctly known as "South Central" nowadays) probably listening to Pee Wee Crayton as these frames are on the same sequence of negatives . . . . Bars close at 2am in Los Angeles, on my way home I drove over and did the deed, then a few weeks later came by and snapped a few photos in the broad daylight ---- My wife asked, "So, what else did you graffiti?" Just the inside of my skull ---- Am I absolved? I kind of doubt it, as a person has to live with oneself in this mortal coil, and I'm not Catholic so a confession has not helped, St Peter probably maybe just might let me in? After all Charlie Parker is in Heaven ---- BUT it do make a nice picture, no? And look at that lamp post! That very lamp post probably now resides at LACMA in that regimented line-up of 202 restored 1930s lamp posts created by artist Chris Burden ("Urban Light" 2008) ---- Some time shortly after taking my photo I gave an 8x10 B&W copy to my friend Bob Porter of the BOSTON PHOENIX and it was he who gets credit for getting that photo to Mosaic, which is the absolute most perfect place for it to be

Site of the old Hi-De-Ho Club —- This is a slightly different shot than my photo that appears in THE COMPLETE DEAN BENEDETTI RECORDINGS OF CHARLIE PARKER —- I might suppose that the statute of limitations of guilt and assholeness can be invoked and said asshole can now admit he’s the one who spray-painted “BIRD LIVES!” on the side of that church back in 1977 (I’ve only told 2 or 3 people this story) being not too proud of spray painting graffiti, but I was under the pall of Ross Russell’s fanciful biography of Charlie Parker (BIRD LIVES! 1973) and the re-issue at that time of the Dial recordings on Spotlite (remember those mauve/lavender/pink album covers!) and no doubt had been drinking, does that count? Well, it gave me courage, I’ll say, as vandalism is way outside my skill set and comfort zone, but thinking back: Why did I have a can of spray paint in the trunk of my VW? Does this mean I pre-meditated (a strange choice of words from the legal profession) this act of unholy reverence for Bird? It was very late at night, I had been in one of the blues clubs in Watts (more correctly known as “South Central” nowadays) probably listening to Pee Wee Crayton as these frames are on the same sequence of negatives . . . . Bars close at 2am in Los Angeles, on my way home I drove over and did the deed, then a few weeks later came by and snapped a few photos in the broad daylight —- My wife asked, “So, what else did you graffiti?” Just the inside of my skull —- Am I absolved? I kind of doubt it, as a person has to live with oneself in this mortal coil, and I’m not Catholic so a confession has not helped, St Peter probably maybe just might let me in? After all Charlie Parker is in Heaven —- BUT it do make a nice picture, no? And look at that lamp post! That very lamp post probably now resides at LACMA in that regimented line-up of 202 restored 1930s lamp posts created by artist Chris Burden (“Urban Light” 2008) —- Some time shortly after taking my photo I gave an 8×10 B&W copy to my friend Bob Porter of the BOSTON PHOENIX and it was he who gets credit for getting that photo to Mosaic, which is the absolute most perfect place for it to be

No, I did not graffiti anything on this hallowed block -- 52nd Street at Fifth Avenue looking west toward 6th, which is where Bird landed immediately after his 15-month sojourn (December 1945 - April 1947) in "Lotus Land" as Ross Russell has it -- photo by Mark Weber -- July 2, 2003

No, I did not graffiti anything on this hallowed block — 52nd Street at Fifth Avenue looking west toward 6th, which is where Bird landed immediately after his 15-month sojourn (December 1945 – April 1947) in “Lotus Land” as Ross Russell has it — photo by Mark Weber — July 2, 2003

Bobby Bradford has spent a lot of his life in classrooms, you could say it's his natural habitat as he's a real teacher (emphasis on "real") ---- University of New Mexico special clinic that Tom Guralnick of Outpost organized ----- Chuck Manning(tenor), Bobby(cornet), William Jeffrey(drums), Roberto Miranda(bass) -- April 13, 2004 -- photo by Mark Weber

Bobby Bradford has spent a lot of his life in classrooms, you could say it’s his natural habitat as he’s a real teacher (emphasis on “real”) —- University of New Mexico special clinic that Tom Guralnick of Outpost organized —– Chuck Manning(tenor), Bobby(cornet), William Jeffrey(drums), Roberto Miranda(bass) — April 13, 2004 — photo by Mark Weber

Toby Delius and Tristan Honsinger, tenor saxophonist and cellist with ICP Instant Composers Pool visiting from Amsterdam -- backstage at Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque -- October 25, 2004 -- photo by Mark Weber

Toby Delius and Tristan Honsinger, tenor saxophonist and cellist with ICP Instant Composers Pool visiting from Amsterdam — backstage at Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque — October 25, 2004 — photo by Mark Weber

Everett Brown Jr worked with Horace Tapscott since 1964, "Real steady 1964 - 1975." He returned to his hometown of Kansas City in May 1975. During his years on the coast he played with Charles Kynard, H. Ray Crawford, Jimmy Smith, Esther Phillips, Sonny Stitt, John Handy (early 60s in Oakland), and private sessions playing with Eddie Moore. Also, mid-60s played two week engagement at the It Club with Harold Land-Hampton Hawes group, and is the drummer on Sonny Criss Lp SONNY'S DREAM (Prestige). Tom Albach calls him "the greatest supportive drummer around." Taught at the Charlie Parker Foundation in KC November 75 through October 78. His group in KC was called SLICK. ----- This is him at United-Western Studios -- April 29, 1980 -- photo by Mark Weber ---- Everett would travel to L.A. whenever Horace needed him, usually for these recording sessions [quotes are from conversations at this recording session]

Everett Brown Jr worked with Horace Tapscott since 1964, “Real steady 1964 – 1975.” He returned to his hometown of Kansas City in May 1975. During his years on the coast he played with Charles Kynard, H. Ray Crawford, Jimmy Smith, Esther Phillips, Sonny Stitt, John Handy (early 60s in Oakland), and private sessions playing with Eddie Moore. Also, mid-60s played two week engagement at the It Club with Harold Land-Hampton Hawes group, and is the drummer on Sonny Criss Lp SONNY’S DREAM (Prestige). Tom Albach calls him “the greatest supportive drummer around.” Taught at the Charlie Parker Foundation in KC November 75 through October 78. His group in KC was called SLICK. —– This is him at United-Western Studios — April 29, 1980 — photo by Mark Weber —- Everett would travel to L.A. whenever Horace needed him, usually for these recording sessions [quotes are from conversations at this recording session]

Lorelei and Horace Tapscott (behind them is David Bryant and Michael Detts Wilcots) at United-Western Studios -- Lorelei at this session to sing "Prayer of Happiness" for the cd I WANT SOME WATER cd -- May 3, 1980 -- photo by Mark Weber

Lorelei and Horace Tapscott (behind them is David Bryant and Michael Detts Wilcots) at United-Western Studios — Lorelei at this session to sing “Prayer of Happiness” for the cd I WANT SOME WATER cd — May 3, 1980 — photo by Mark Weber

David Bryant and Billie Harris warming up at United-Western Studios on Sunset for session #2 that produced the cd I WANT SOME WATER (Nimbus West Records) -- May 3, 1980 Los Angeles -- photo by Mark Weber

David Bryant and Billie Harris warming up at United-Western Studios on Sunset for session #2 that produced the cd I WANT SOME WATER (Nimbus West Records) — May 3, 1980 Los Angeles — photo by Mark Weber

Marla Gibbs and Linda Hill looking over some of my photos that I brought for them ---- Marla was a big supporter of the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra and, at least on one occasion, sang with the band ---- (maybe someone can identify the guy?) ---- (Marla was the maid in the TV series The Jeffersons, as well, she owned Marla's Memory Lane jazz club) ---- July 5, 1980 Watts Towers Jazz Festival ---- Linda was co-pianist in PAPA -- photo by Mark Weber

Marla Gibbs and Linda Hill looking over some of my photos that I brought for them —- Marla was a big supporter of the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra and, at least on one occasion, sang with the band —- (maybe someone can identify the guy?) —- (Marla was the maid in the TV series The Jeffersons, as well, she owned Marla’s Memory Lane jazz club) —- July 5, 1980 Watts Towers Jazz Festival —- Linda was co-pianist in PAPA — photo by Mark Weber

Otis Rush backstage at The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach -- one of the all-time greats of post-war electric Chicago blues visiting California -- May 14, 1977 -- photo by Mark Weber

Otis Rush backstage at The Lighthouse, Hermosa Beach — one of the all-time greats of post-war electric Chicago blues visiting California — May 14, 1977 — photo by Mark Weber

Muhal Richard Abrams, Tylon Barea, Malachi Favors ---- Art Ensemble of Chicago setting up at Schoenberg Hall, UCLA, for their concert that night -- October 20, 1979 -- photo by Mark Weber

Muhal Richard Abrams, Tylon Barea, Malachi Favors —- Art Ensemble of Chicago setting up at Schoenberg Hall, UCLA, for their concert that night — October 20, 1979 — photo by Mark Weber

Alex Cline, sonic rhythms born of metal & trees (he's a drummer) -- October 21, 1979 Los Angeles -- photo by Mark Weber -- We'll listen this day to some of his music

Alex Cline, sonic rhythms born of metal & trees (he’s a drummer) — October 21, 1979 Los Angeles — photo by Mark Weber — We’ll listen this day to some of his music

John Carter -- January 7, 1977 at Century City Playhouse, Los Angeles -- this is the photo used on the album ECHOES FROM RUDOLPH'S (the sole record released on Ibedon Records -- John's record company) -- photo by Mark Weber

John Carter — January 7, 1977 at Century City Playhouse, Los Angeles — this is the photo used on the album ECHOES FROM RUDOLPH’S (the sole record released on Ibedon Records — John’s record company) — photo by Mark Weber

Barbara Wells sitting on a Saturday night at The Rubaiyat Room, 1400 S. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, with the Blevins Brothers & Eddie Cleanhead Vinson -- Leo Blevins, guitar (who you can hear on the Beehive sessions of Max Roach & Clifford Brown) -- March 5, 1977 -- photo by Mark Weber ---- That was one of the beautiful things about clubs in South Central L.A. those years, was that the working bands let folks from the neighborhood sit in, many is the time a family at a table would push their mother or grandmother on stage to sing one, always good fun, and almost always quite good, no complaints from my table (Note: the 1400 block of Western Avenue is not technically in "South Central" as it is a few blocks north of the I-10 freeway)

Barbara Wells sitting on a Saturday night at The Rubaiyat Room, 1400 S. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, with the Blevins Brothers & Eddie Cleanhead Vinson — Leo Blevins, guitar (who you can hear on the Beehive sessions of Max Roach & Clifford Brown) — March 5, 1977 — photo by Mark Weber —- That was one of the beautiful things about clubs in South Central L.A. those years, was that the working bands let folks from the neighborhood sit in, many is the time a family at a table would push their mother or grandmother on stage to sing one, always good fun, and almost always quite good, no complaints from my table (Note: the 1400 block of Western Avenue is not technically in “South Central” as it is a few blocks north of the I-10 freeway)

I'd get my camera ready and then give a shout "Hey, Ernie" and when he turned around I snapped ---- Ernie Andrews at Maiden Voyage, downtown L.A. watching a Harold Land group rehearse for gig that night -- January 25, 1982 -- photo by Mark Weber ----- Maybe we'll listen (again!) to his version of "On Broadway" which just kills me, Ernie Andrews is a great jazz singer

I’d get my camera ready and then give a shout “Hey, Ernie” and when he turned around I snapped —- Ernie Andrews at Maiden Voyage, downtown L.A. watching a Harold Land group rehearse for gig that night — January 25, 1982 — photo by Mark Weber —– Maybe we’ll listen (again!) to his version of “On Broadway” which just kills me, Ernie Andrews is a great jazz singer

Michael Vlatkovich Quartet: Michael, David Mott, Jonathan Golove, Chris Garcia -- May 19, 2003 -- photo by Mark Weber ---- You can hear the concert from this night on cd ALiveBURQUERQUE (pfMENTUM 045)

Michael Vlatkovich Quartet: Michael, David Mott, Jonathan Golove, Chris Garcia — May 19, 2003 — photo by Mark Weber —- You can hear the concert from this night on cd ALiveBURQUERQUE (pfMENTUM 045)

My wife Janet on the Staten Island Ferry -- July 2, 2003 -- photo by her husband -- This day (January 18) is her birthday, I have a special track to spin for the occasion

My wife Janet on the Staten Island Ferry — July 2, 2003 — photo by her husband — This day (January 18) is her birthday, I have a special track to spin for the occasion

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  1. ——————playlist———————-
    the yardbird jazz radio show
    January 11, 2o18
    Host MARK WEBER

    *All music composed by Charlie Parker

    1. Alan Broadbent Trio “Chi Chi” — Nov.2007 cd MOMENT’S NOTICE w/Putter Smith(bass), Kendall Kay(drums), Alan (piano)
    2. Charlie Parker “Mohawk” –6june50 NYC w/ Dizzy Gillespie(trumpet), Buddy Rich(drums), Thelonious Monk(piano), Curly Russell(bass) ——— I quoted clarinetist Bill Payne who posted at this FaceBook > “Monk’s hippest 4-bar intro ever. . . Knocks me out every time I hear it . . . He takes from the outside and makes it on the inside . . .”
    3. Clifford Jordan Quartet “Quasimodo” Lp THE ADVENTURER (Muse) — 9feb78 NYC w/ Grady Tate(drums), Bill Lee(bass), Tommy Flanagan(piano), Clifford(tenor)
    4. Lou Donaldson “Cool Blues” –23jan61 cd HERE ‘TIS (Blue Note) w/ Baby Face Wilette(organ), Grant Green (guitar), Dave Bailey(drums), Lou (alto) ———- saucy —- Lou Donaldson rarely makes an album or a concert that he doesnt play at least one Bird tune
    5. Gil Evans “Bird Feathers” –26may58 — large orchestra features w/ Art Blakey(drums), Cannonball Adderley(alto), Johnny Coles(trumpet), Frank Rehak (trombone), Paul Chambers(bass), Chuck Wayne(guitar), Gil(piano)
    6. Jack Kerouac poem “Charlie Parker” w/ Steve Allen(piano) –1959 cd POETRY FOR THE BEAT GENERATION
    7. Supersax “Parker’s Mood” from their first album — 1973 — SUPERSAX PLAYS BIRD (Capitol)
    8. Sheila Jordan in-studio 5march2o15 singing along w/ Bird’s “Now’s The Time” 1945 w/ Cameron Brown in-studio as well
    9. George Russell Sextet “Confirmation” w/Don Cherry(trumpet), Cameron Brown(bass, age 19!), Ray Pitts(tenor), Tootie Heath(drums) —– 31aug1965 Stuttgart — Lp LIVE AT BEETHOVEN HALL (MPS)
    10. Cheryl Richards “Barbados” w/ lyrics by Sheila Jordan-Leroy Mitchell-Skeeter Spight — January 2015 w/ Nick Lyons(alto), and Adam Caine(guitar) cd IF NOT FOR YOU (New Artists Records)
    11. Lanny Morgan Quartet “Segment” — 1997 w/ Lou Levy(piano), Tom Warrington(bass), Paul Kreibich(drums), Lanny(alto) — cd A SUITE FOR YARDBIRD (Fresh Sound)
    12. Joe Lovano group Us Five “Passport” — Sept.2o10 — cd BIRD SONGS (Blue Note) w/ 2 drummers: Otis Brown & Francisco Mela; Esperanza Spaulding(bass), Joe(tenor), James Weidman(piano)
    13. Ted Brown Trio “Relaxin’ at Camarillo” cd FREE SPIRIT (Criss Cross) w/ Hod O’Brien(piano), Jacques Schols(bass), Ted(tenor) —- 4oct87

  2. Happy Birthday Janet and many more!!!

  3. I find myself wondering if there was any set at any club or concert or jam session in southern California at which you were not in attendance back in the day. Your photos are always a pleasure to see, and your recollections of the subjects and circumstances are always welcome. Good grief, Mark, what a wealth of of jazz experience you’ve collected up in that head of yours. Thanks for sharing.

  4. My journal notes for that Joe Albany-Jimmy Knepper gig at the Lighthouse tell me that they played “All The Things You Are,” “I Can’t Get Started,” “Star Eyes,” “Donna Lee,” “Out of Nowhere,” “Autumn in New York,” “Dream Dancing,” “Bird Blues,” “Yardbird Suite,” “Ruby My Dear,” “Stompin’ at the Savoy,” “‘Round Midnight,” “There Will Never Be Another You,” “Lotus,” “Lush Life” and “Confirmation.”

    I interviewed Joe at length a short time later and found him to be quite thoughtful, if very self-deprecating. There was more than a little tragedy hanging over him.

  5. Happy Birthday Janet!

  6. THIS JUST CONFIRMED: After procrastinations on my end I finally got off my butt and telephoned (thank you
    Michael Vlatkovich & Tony Garcia for tracking down the number) ANTHONY ORTEGA and we’ll be talking with him over the telephone this day (my wife’s birthday) from his home in Encinitas, California ——— I told him we’ll talk a lot about 1950s Los Angeles jazz scene so if that gets old just tell me to put a cork in it and let’s talk about more current activities like his weekly gig at Mr Peabody’s in Encinitas and recent cd releases———–etcetera

  7. great, stuff as always, Mark. I trust you have set up a place where the public can see these things after you’ve gone on….

  8. ———————————playlist——————————
    Ortega’s Dance jazz radio show
    January 18, 2o18
    KUNM Albuquerque
    Host MARK WEBER

    1. Anthony Ortega Quartet “Titoro” –1961 w/ Hank Jones(piano), Addison Farmer(bass), Ed Thigpen(drums), Anthony(alto) NYC cd A MAN AND HIS HORNS
    2. Gerald Wilson Orchestra “Perdido” –13jan65 — featuring crazy flying solo by Anthony Ortega — track opens with Roy Ayers(vibes), then Anthony on alto, followed by Teddy Edwards(tenor), and playing the song out on baritone Jack Nimitz — box set COMPLETE PACIFIC JAZZ RECORDINGS OF GERALD WILSON (Mosaic)
    3. Anthony Ortega Trio “All or Nothing at All” — 9july2000 Van Nuys w/ Mike Wofford (piano!) and Joe LaBarbera(drums) — cd SCATTERED CLOUDS (Hatology)
    4. Anthony Ortega “Bat Man Blues” — Nov.1956 — opens with what I guess is melophone (Ray Starling) as it doesnt sound like Jimmy Cleveland(trombone) w/ Anthony soloing on flute, clarinet, & tenor —- cd EARTH DANCE (Fresh Sound) ———- I wanted this to be the fade-in to the interview but we were having issues
    with the telephone interface, and so, I had to spin another track while 4 of us dealt with this problem . . . . .
    5. “These Foolish Things” same as previous
    6. LIVE telephone talk with ANTHONY ORTEGA from his home in Encinitas, California — 30 minutes
    7. Anthony Ortega & Thierry (pronounced “Cherry” I learned from AO) Bruneau (1949-2o12) both on alto saxophones “Round Midnight” –31march1992 France — cd SEVEN STANDARDS & A BLUES (Serene)
    8. “Happy Birthday” song for Janet (born 18jan1960) as render’d by Michael Vlatkovich(trombone), Bill Payne(clarinet), William Roper(tuba), & MW(squeeze horn)—14dec2005 cd ALBUZERXQUE Vol.23 (Zerx Records)
    9. Frank Zappa “Calvin” w/ Anthony Ortega on clarinets (bass & Bb) — 1972 cd GRAND WAZOO
    10. Gigi Gryce Orchestra w/ Clifford Brown — “Keeping Up with Jonesy” — 28sept53 w/ alto solo by Anthony Ortega — cd COMPLETE PARIS SESSIONS vol.1 (Vogue) * Coughing no extra charge — haha — Brandon, the following host noticed I had my mike potted up and with headphones on you can’t tell —- this high blood pressure med that I’ve started last week — Lisinopril 5mg — seems to be possibly making me cough

  9. ———————————playlist————————-
    Thursday’s Child jazz radio show
    January 25, 2018
    KUNM Albuquerque
    Host MARK WEBER

    1. Coleman Hawkins Quintet “Bird of Prey Blues” –Feb.1958 –w/ Buck Clayton(trpt), Hank Jones(p), Ray Brown(b), Mickey Sheen(d), Coleman(tenor saxophone) album THE HIGH & MIGHTY HAWK (Felsted recordings)
    2. Miles Davis –5oct51 — “My Old Flame” w/ Sonny Rollins(tenor), Walter Bishop Jr(piano), Art Blakey(drums), Tommy Potter(bass) released under various titles (Prestige Records)
    3. Steve Nelson Quartet “Grew’s Tune” –9dec2o16 w/ Danny Grissett(piano), Peter Washington(bass), Lewis Nash(drums), Steve(vibes) cd BROTHERS UNDER THE SUN (High Note)
    THREE HERBIE NICHOLS TUNES
    4. Herbie Nichols Trio “Sunday Stroll” w/ Max Roach(drums), Al McKibbon(bass) — 7aug55
    5. Howard Alden-Buell Neidlinger-Marty Krystall trio: guitar, cello, flute — “Change of Season” — June 2o13 cd
    THE HAPPENINGS (K2B2 Records)
    6. Roswell Rudd tentet “Change of Season” — w/ Ken Filiano(bass) & 3 trombones — 15mar99 cd BROAD STROKES
    7. Sonny Rollins Quartet “Blue 7” — 22june56 w/ Tommy Flanagan(piano), Doug Watkins(bass), Max(drums)
    cd box COMPLETE SONNY ROLLINS ON PRESTIGE
    8. Anthony Ortega — blazing alto sax w/ orchestra “Just one of those things” — Nov. 1956 — cd EARTH DANCE
    9. Bev Kelly w/ Jerome Richardson(flute), Jimmy Jones(piano), Kenny Burrell(guitar), Milt Hinton(bass), Roy Haynes(drums) — Oct. 1959 — cd LOVE LOCKED OUT (Riverside)
    10. Matt Wilson + Carl Sandburg —- solo drums + poem “Fog” — Oct. 2016 cd HONEY AND SALT (Palmetto)
    11. Bucky Pizzarelli “Lester Leaps In” w/ Warren Vache(cornet), John Bunch(piano), Jay Leonhart(bass), Mickey Roker(drums), Bucky(guitar) — May 2006 — cd 5 FOR FREDDIE (Arbors)
    12. Jack Sheldon “Grazing in the Grass” R.I.P. Hugh Masekela died last Tuesday age 78 — 1969 Lp THE WARM WORLD OF JACK SHELDON (Dot)

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