Jackie McLean, alto saxophone, Quadrangle, Horace Parlan, piano; Peter Washington, bass; Kenny Washington, drums and Wallace Roney, trumpet.
The following video features Rahsann Roland Kirk performing with Gil Evans in 1976, after he had a stroke and could only play with one hand.
Freddie Hubbard, trumpet; Bill Watrous, trombone; Hubert Laws, flute; Sonny Rollins, tenor saxophone; Rahsaan Roland Kirk, tenor saxphone; McCoy Tyner, piano; Chick Corea, keyboards; George Benson, guitar; Stanley Clarke, bass, Lenny White, drums; Airto, percussion.
Machine Gun is the second album by jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann, released on the Bro label in 1968, later reissued on the FMP label in 1971. In 1990 FMP issued the album on CD, adding two previously unreleased alternate takes.
Hampton Hawes, Stella by Starlight, Live at Shelly’s Manne Hole, 1970, featuring Bob Cooper, tenor saxophone, Ray Brown, bass, Shelly Manne, drums and Mr. Hawes at the piano.
Recorded 2005, Barcelona, Spain.
It’s a bit difficult to understand how, after more than four decades of playing guitar, Derek Bailey developed a debilitating case of carpal tunnel syndrome. It’s not like holding a pick was something new to him, but the condition (fortunately confined to his right hand) made it such that he was no longer able to hold a “plectrum.” This fact comes out in “Explanation & Thanks,” the introductory piece to the album entitled Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, an audio letter dictated/played by Derek to someone named “Carol.” [source]
Derek Bailey: Audio Production, Engineer, Guitar, Producer /
Kazunori Sugiyama: Assosiate Producer / John Zorn: Executive Producer
Step Across the Border is a 1990 avant-garde documentary film on English guitarist, composer and improviser Fred Frith. It was written and directed by Nicolas Humbert and Werner Penzel and released in Germany and Switzerland. The film was screened in cinemas in North America, South America, Europe and Japan, and on television in the United States, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and France. It was also released on VHS by RecRec Music (Switzerland) in 1990, and was later released on DVD by Winter & Winter (Germany) in 2003. [source]