Miles Davis – Lonely Fire (1970)

Lonely Fire is recorded 27 January 1970 in Columbia Studio B, and appears on the album Big Fun. Lineup:  Miles Davis – trumpet / Wayne Shorter – tenor saxophone / Bennie Maupin – bass clarinet / Khalil Balakrishna – sitar, Indian instruments / Chick Corea – electric piano / Joe Zawinul – electric piano, Farfisa organ / Dave Holland – double bass / Harvey Brooks – Fender … Continue reading Miles Davis – Lonely Fire (1970)

Lloyd Miller – Jazz in Iran 2, on NIRTV (197?)

Lloyd Miller (born 1938) is an American jazz musician and world music expert who is well known for his research work on Persian music and Afghan music. He can play 100 instruments in 15 jazz, ethnic and world music traditions.  [source] For JAZZ IN IRAN 2, Lloyd Miller demonstrated his Oriental Jazz and traditional Iranian music on his prime-time weekly NIRTV programs in Tehran in … Continue reading Lloyd Miller – Jazz in Iran 2, on NIRTV (197?)

Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Free For All (1964)

Incredibly high energy level. Free For All is composed by Wayne Shorter and appears on the album Free For All, recorded in Van Gelder Studio in February 1964. Yay! Shorter’s title track is one of the finest moments in the Jazz Messengers’ history. [source] Lineup: Art Blakey – drums / Cedar Walton – piano / Wayne Shorter – tenor saxophone / Freddie Hubbard – trumpet / … Continue reading Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Free For All (1964)

David S. Ware Quartet – Freedom Suite I. (2002)

From the album Freedom Suite by David S. Ware Quartet. Recorded on July 13, 2002 at Systems Two Studio, Brooklyn. Composed by Sonny Rollins, arranged by David S. Ware. David S. Ware – tenor sax Matthew Shipp – piano William Parker – bass Guillermo E. Brown – drums Recorded by Jim Anderson Tracks on album: Freedom Suite Movement 1 / Interlude / Freedom Suite Movement … Continue reading David S. Ware Quartet – Freedom Suite I. (2002)

Paul Bley – Nothing Ever Was Anyway (1968)

Paul Bley – Piano Gary Peacock – Bass Billy Elgart – Drums Composed by Annette Peacock. Paul Bley – Mr. Joy (1968) Label: Limelight Catalog#: LS 86060 Format: Vinyl, LP Genre: Jazz Style: Free Jazz, Avantgarde Recorded 10th & 12th May, 1968 at Audio Recording Inc.; and 11th May, 1968 at a live concert at the University of Washington, Seattle. Continue reading Paul Bley – Nothing Ever Was Anyway (1968)