Playlist (partial) – 11/17/17

Armando Garzon, Sublime Illusion (Boleros)
Eric Mingus, Weary Blues (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)
Melissa Aldana, Time (Back Home)
Jean-Michel Pilc, Tableau No. 3 (Etude)
Jimmy Scott, Angel Eyes (All The Way)
Billie & DeDe Pierce, Eh La Bas (Gulf Coast Blues)
Barry Altschul & The 3Dom Factor, For Papa Joe, Klook, And Philly Too (Live in Krakow)
Lightnin’ Hopkins, Don’t Think I’m Crazy
Junior Wells, Why Are People Like That (Come On In This House)
Eric Mingus, In Time of Silver Rain (Langston Hughes: The Dream Keeper)
Rob Reddy, Solipsism (A Hundred Jumping Devils)
Freddie Hubbard, Just A Ballad For Woody Shaw (Double Take)
Brian Landrus Orchestra, Every Time I Dream (Generations)
Marc Ribot, Untitled (…Plays Guitar Works of Franz Casseus)
Paul Motion Band, Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (Garden of Eden)
Eric Dolphy w/Woody Shaw & Bobby Hutcherson, Jitterbug Waltz (Conversations)
Lena Bloch, Lateef Suite (Heart Knows)
John Vanore, St. Louis Blues (Stolen Moments)
Joachim Kuhn, Intim (Beauty & Truth)
Tyshawn Sorey, Template (Alloy)
Andrew Hill, Passing Ships
Frank Carlberg, You And Me (Word Circus)
Muhal Richard Abrams, title (Family Talk)
The Whammies, Dutch Masters (Play the Music of Steve Lacy)
David Lewiston, Persian Song
Jason Roebke, Cand Time (High/Red/Center)
Milton Cardona, Freedom of Expression (Cambucha)
Gerald Cannon, A Thought (Combinations)
Gato Libre, Tora (Neko)
Lucky Star, The Nearness of You (Black Gardenia)
Charles Thompson, Git Wit It (The Colors of a Dream)
Kris Davis, Where Does That Tunnel Go (Good Citizen)
Taylor Ho Bynum & Spidermonkey Strings, Le Patomane (Madeleine Dreams)
Mark Masters, Peggy’s Blue Skylight (Blue Skylight)
Orrin Evans, Time After Time (Freedom)
Mal Waldron, Just Friends (Blues of Lady Day)
Lena Bloch, Munir (Heart Knows)
Alberto Pibiri, Walkin’ (Jazz Legacy)

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