December 12, 2023

The second week in a row (and third in total) of Jazz shows on Gulls Window Circus. Quincy James, Wes Montgomery, Bob James, Pat Metheny, Don Cherry and Herbie Hancock would be the big names in the show. Artists from the past that may be big names to those familiar with them are Mundell Lowe, Charles Lloyd, Rudolph Johnson, Bobbi Humphrey, Lee Konitz, Kellee Patterson, Doug Carn, Gene Russell, Chester Thompson, Ahmad Jamal, and George Russell. Surprise (but fitting in well) appearances are by Chrissie Hyde and Deborah Harry.

Bob James

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Artist Song Release Label
Don Cherry Mahakali Hear & Now Real Gone Music
Mundell Lowe Montage Blues For A Stripper Modern Harmonic
Charles Lloyd Lady Gabor Manhattan Stories Resonance Records
Herbie Hancock Butterfly Directstep Get On Down
Rudolph Johnson Fonda Spring Rain Real Gone Music
Bobbi Humphrey Sweeter Than Sugar Fancy Dancer Blue Note
Lee Konitz Plays With The Gerry Mulligan Quartet I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me Lee Konitz Plays With The Gerry Mulligan Quartet Blue Note
Kellee Patterson Maiden Voyage Maiden Voyage Real Gone Music
Chrissie Hynde With The Valve Bone Woe Ensemble Caroline, No Valve Bone Woe BMG
Artist Song Release Label
The Jazz Passengers Featuring Deborah Harry, Elvis Costello Pork Chop Individually Twisted Modern Harmonic
Quincy Jones Betcha’ Wouldn’t Hurt Me The Dude A&M Records
Bob James Valley Of The Shadows One Evosound
Doug Carn Featuring The Voice Of Jean Carn Fatherhood Revelation Real Gone Music
Gene Russell Get Down Talk To My Lady Real Gone Music
Pat Metheny Never Was Love Dream Box BMG
Chester Thompson Power House Powerhouse Real Gone Music
Ahmad Jamal All Of You Emerald City Nights – Live At The Penthouse 1963-1964 Jazz Detective
Wes Montgomery / Wynton Kelly Trio Laura Maximum Swing: The Unissued 1965 Half Note Recordings Resonance Records
George Russell And His Orchestra A Helluva Town New York, N.Y. Verve Records

One thought on “#601

  1. Pat Irwin

    @6:40 tonight you played a voice over of what totally sounded like Jeff Berlin! Saying “this is the Roy Green show”.
    The chat was closed :/


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