Ancestor Worship 81: After The Rain

This week’s episode of Ancestor Worship comprises recordings made by the John Coltrane Quartet for Impulse Records between November 13, 1962 and November 18, 1963, including the recordings issued as the album titled Ballads and concluding with the brilliant performance titled ”Alabama.” “Vilia” is from March 6, 1963 and “After The Rain” and “Dear Old Stockholm” from April 29, 1963.

 

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AFTER THE RAIN

ANCESTOR WORSHIP 81

John Sinclair, Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, February 17, 2014 [18097]

 

Charlie Parker: Another Hairdo

John Coltrane Quartet: What’s New?

John Coltrane Quartet: Nancy (With The Laughing Face)

John Coltrane Quartet: Too Young To Go Steady

John Coltrane Quartet: All Or Nothing At All

John Coltrane Quartet: I Wish I Knew

John Coltrane Quartet: You Don’t Know What Love Is

John Coltrane Quartet: Say It (Over And Over Again)

John Coltrane Quartet: Vilia

John Coltrane Quartet: After The Rain

Coltrane Quartet: Dear Old Stockholm

John Sinclair Closing Comments & Outro

John Coltrane Quartet: Alabama

 

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Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: SSteve Pratt

Special thanks to Celia Sinclair, Frenchy, Tina & Two Bears

 

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Mood Indigo 68: Blue Concept

Leslie Keros is playing great music this week by Donald Byrd and Gigi Gryce, the Dave Brubeck Quartet, Billie Holiday, Howard Alden & Andy Brown, Bob Brookmeyer & Bill Evans, the Bill Harris Quintet, Erwin Helfer, and Scott Whitfield.

 

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BLUE CONCEPT

MOOD INDIGO 68

Leslie Keros, WDCB-FM, Chicago, February 8, 2017 [18092]

 

Shirley Scott & Stanley Turrentine: Trouble No. 2

Donald Byrd & Gigi Gryce: Blue Concept

Dave Brubeck Quartet: Basin Street Blues

Billie Holiday: Travelin’ Light

Howard Alden & Andy Brown: Louisiana

Bob Brookmeyer & Bill Evans: The Way You Look Tonight

Bill Harris Quintet: Bluesy Lucy

Erwin Helfer: The Preacher

Scott Whitfield: B Squad Blues

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Leslie Keros for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by Leslie Keros for WDCB-FM, Chicago

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 2018 Leslie Keros. Used with permission.

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Beyond The Groove Yard 216: Passin’ Through

George Klein presents a second hour of recordings by bands led by drummers, including Chico Hamilton, Stanton Moore, Jack DeJohnette, Jason Marsalis, and Max Roach.

 

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PASSIN’ THRU

BEYOND THE GROOVE YARD 216

George Klein, Groove Yard Studio, Ypsilanti, December 30, 2017 [18091]

 

Chico Hamilton: Passin’ Thru

Chico Hamilton: Sun Yen Sen

Chico Hamilton: Blues Medley

Stanton Moore: Don’t Be Comin’ With No Weak Sauce

Stanton Moore: Paul Barbarin’s Second Line

Stanton Moore: Lauren Z

Jack DeJohnette’s Special Edition: Festival

Jason Marsalis: He Who Swings de Rumba Clave

Max Roach All Stars: I Get a Kick Out of You

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by George Klein for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by George Klein in Ypsilanti MI

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 2018 George Klein. Used with permission.

 

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Ancestor Worship 80: Out of This World

We’re continuing our investigation into the recorded works of the John Coltrane Qyartet on Impulse Records, this episode of Ancestor Worship begins with the 45 version of “Greensleeves” from December 21, 1961 with Reggie Workman on bass, McCoy Tyner on piano and Elvin Jones on drums, then the song “It’s Easy To Remember” from Ballads on April 11, 1962 with Jimmy Garrison permanently installed on bass, and continuing through the sessions of June 19-20 and June 29 for the great album titled Coltrane (Impulse A-21), and ending on September 18, 1962 with “Up ‘Gainst The Wall.” Our bonus track, “The Last Blues,” is from a later Impulse session.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

OUT OF THIS WORLD

ANCESTOR WORSHIP 80

John Sinclair, Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, February 17, 2014 [18083]

 

Charlie Parker: Another Hairdo

John Coltrane Quartet: Greensleeves

John Coltrane Quartet: It’s Easy To Remember

John Coltrane Quartet: The Inch Worm

John Coltrane Quartet: Big Nick

John Coltrane Quartet: Out Of This World

John Coltrane Quartet: Soul Eyes

John Coltrane Quartet: Miles’ Mode (The Red Planet)

John Coltrane Quartet: Tunji

John Coltrane Quartet: Up ‘Gainst The Wall

John Coltrane Quartet: The Last Blues

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Celia Sinclair, Frenchy, Tina & Two Bears

 

© 2014, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

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Jazz Lunatique 163: Space Is The Place

We’re continuing our investigation into the recorded works of the John Coltrane Qyartet on Impulse Records, this episode of Ancestor Worship begins with the 45 version of “Greensleeves” from December 21, 1961 with Reggie Workman on bass, McCoy Tyner on piano and Elvin Jones on drums, then the song “It’s Easy To Remember” from Ballads on April 11, 1962 with Jimmy Garrison permanently installed on bass, and continuing through the sessions of June 19-20 and June 29 for the great album titled Coltrane (Impulse A-21), and ending on September 18, 1962 with “Up ‘Gainst The Wall.” Our bonus track, “The Last Blues,” is from a later Impulse session.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

OUT OF THIS WORLD

ANCESTOR WORSHIP 80

John Sinclair, Frenchy’s Studio, New Orleans, February 17, 2014 [18083]

 

Charlie Parker: Another Hairdo

John Coltrane Quartet: Greensleeves

John Coltrane Quartet: It’s Easy To Remember

John Coltrane Quartet: The Inch Worm

John Coltrane Quartet: Big Nick

John Coltrane Quartet: Out Of This World

John Coltrane Quartet: Soul Eyes

John Coltrane Quartet: Miles’ Mode (The Red Planet)

John Coltrane Quartet: Tunji

John Coltrane Quartet: Up ‘Gainst The Wall

John Coltrane Quartet: The Last Blues

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced, recorded, edited & assembled by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

Special thanks to Celia Sinclair, Frenchy, Tina & Two Bears

 

© 2014, 2018 The John Sinclair Foundation

 

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Sounds of Blue 127: The Scorpion

Bob Putignano has some great music this week by Traffic, Fuzz, Ivan “Boogaloo Joe” Jones, Dennis Coffey, and Lou Donaldson with Melvin Sparks & Idris Muhammad.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

THE SCORPION

SOUNDS OF BLUE 127

Bob Putignano, Sounds of Blue Studio, New York, November 15, 2017 [18079]

Traffic: Dear Mr. Fantasy

Fuzz: By the Time I Get to Phoenix
Ivan “Boogaloo Joe” Jones: Someday We’ll be Together
Dennis Coffey: The Look of Love
Lou Donaldson with Melvin Sparks & Idris Muhammad: The Scorpion
Dennis Coffey: Maiden Voyage

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Bob Putignano for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced by Bob Putignano at Sounds of Blue Studio, New York

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 2018 Robert Putignano. Used with permission.

 

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Mood Indigo 67: Greazzy Blues

Leslie Keros is playing music this week by Charles Earland, the Red Holloway Quartet, Curtis Robinson, Michael Dease, the Mike Longo Trio, The Nightcrawlers, The Three Sounds, and Ronnie Earl.

 

The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

GREAZZY BLUES

MOOD INDIGO 67

Leslie Keros, WDCB-FM, Chicago, February 8, 2017 [LKMI- 0067]

 

Shirley Scott & Stanley Turrentine: Trouble No. 2

Charles Earland: Blues for Rudy

Red Holloway Quartet: Greazzy Blues

Curtis Robinson: Wes and Pat

Michael Dease: The Shade of the Cedar Tree

Mike Longo Trio: Love for Sale

The Nightcrawlers: Bone In

The Three Sounds: A.M. Blues

Ronnie Earl: Churching

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by Leslie Keros for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by Leslie Keros for WDCB-FM, Chicago

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 2018 Leslie Keros. Used with permission.

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Beyond The Groove Yard 215: One By One

George Klein presents an hour of music by bands led by drummers, including Art Blakey, Johnny Vidacovich, Max Roach, Smokey Johnson, and Roy Haynes.

 

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ONE BY ONE

BEYOND THE GROOVE YARD 215

George Klein, Groove Yard Studio, Ypsilanti, December 30, 2017 [18077]

 

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messingers: Mosaic

Art Blakey Quintet: If I Had You

Art Blakey & the Jazz Messingers: One by One

Johnny Vidacovich: Glass House

Johnny Vidacovich: Little Joe > Carnival

Johnny Vidacovich: Deb’s Garden

Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet: The Scene is Clean

Smokey Johnson: It Ain’t My Fault

Roy Haynes with Booker Ervin: Bad News Blues

 

A JOINT PRODUCTION

Hosted by George Klein for Radio Free Amsterdam

Produced & recorded by George Klein in Ypsilanti MI

Post-production, editing & annotation by John Sinclair

Executive Producer: Steve Pratt

 

© 2018 George Klein. Used with permission.

 

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