Jazz Musicians-8

MUSICIANS ON THIS PAGE: TERRI LYNE CARRINGTON & SOCIAL SCIENCE * HOUSTON PERSON & RON CARTER * TIERNEY SUTTON * MARK ISHAM * FRED HERSCH * CHARLES MINGUS * TIGRAN HAMASYAN * NAT “KING” COLE * LIZZ WRIGHT * STEVE KUHN * HERBIE NICHOLS * HUDSON * METTE JUUL * GOGO PENGUIN * NUPHAR FEY * CHET BAKER * RED NORVO

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Playlist of most of the album “Waiting Game” (winner of Downbeat magazine’s International Critics Poll album of the year 2019):

Terri Lyne Carrington (Drums), Kris Davis (Piano), and Val Jeanty (Turntable) perform “Sympodial Sunflower/Corn Crake” with guests Jazzmeia Horn (Singer), Akua Naru (Rapper), Rick DiMuzio (Saxophone), and Charlie Lincoln (Bass) at the Berklee Performance Center:


Great tenor saxophone and bass duets. Playlist of entire album:


Tierney Sutton sings a medley of Gershwin’s “April in Paris” and Joni Mitchell’s “Free Man in Paris”:

A lovely medley of two classics:

The Tierney Sutton band (Tierney Sutton, vocals; Christian Jacob, piano; Kevin Axt, bass; Ray Brinker, drums) performs “Driven to Tears” from their 2016 release, The Sting Variations:



 

 

From Isham’s Miles Davis tribute album The Silent Way Project: Miles Remembered:

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Fred Hersch, piano; Bill Frisell, guitar:

Solo piano:



 

 

Playlist of entire album:


Armenian pianist plays a unique blend of jazz & Middle Eastern music:

 


King Cole Trio before Cole became a pop star:


Wonderfully soulful singer comes to jazz from Gospel music tradition:

Lizz Wright is a soulful intrepreter of jazz, folk, gospel and R&B:


 


 


Hudson (Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski , & John Scofield) interpret a Dylan classic:

Another Dylan cover:

 


 

Danish singer sings in English:

Mette Juul, vocal/guitar; Morten Lund, drums; Heine Hansen, Würlitzer; Klavs Hovman, bass:

 


Manchester-based trio [Go Go Penguin] conjure[s] richly atmospheric music that draws from their shared love of electronica, their grounding in classical conservatoires and jazz ensembles alongside indie bands, and a merging of acoustic and electronic techniques. –Amazon.com

Great video:

Set List: “Raven”; “Bardo”; “Window”:

 


 


 

Recorded in Brussels (Belgium) on May 2, 1964 by R.T.B.  Vocal & trumpet–Chet Baker; Bass-– Luigi Trussardi; Drums – Franco Manzecchi; Flute – Jacques Pelzer; Piano – René Urtreger:

 


Red Norvo – Vibraphone; Tal Farlow – Guitar; Charles Mingus – Bass:

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