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Playlists, gig announcements, maybe some rants

Trilogy Playlist 11/25

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Thanksgiving-eve special! 30 bonus minutes!

  1. Lee Morgan – “Cornbread” from Cornbread, Blue Note Records, 1965
  2. Lou Donaldson – “Gravy Train” from Gravy Train, Blue Note Records, 1961.
  3. Dizzy Gillespie – “Hey Pete, Let’s Eat More Meat” from The Complete RCA/Victor Recordings, Bluebird, 1995 (rec. 1949)
  4. The JB’s – “Pass The Peas” from Food For Thought, People Records, 1972
  5. Altered Images – “Happy Birthday” from Happy Birthday, Portrait, 1981 [by request]
  6. Sunny Murray – “Giblet” from Sunny Murray, ESP Disk, 1966.
  7. Tanya Tagaq – “Aorta”, Six Shooter Records, 2015. Produced by Jesse Zubot.
  8. Tribe Called Red – “General Generations” from A Tribe Called Red, 2012.
  9. Jim Pepper – “Custer Gets It” from Comin’ and Goin’, Europa, 1983.
  10. David Rosenboom – How Much Better If Plymouth Rock Had Landed on the Pilgrims, section IV (life). New World Records, 2009.
  11. The Rivingtons – “The Bird’s the Word”, Liberty Records, 1963
  12. Dave Holland Quartet – “Conference of the Birds” from Conference of the Birds, ECM Records, 1973
  13. Thelonious Monk Quartet – “Stuffy Turkey” from It’s Monk’s Time, Columbia Records, 1964
  14. Oscar Brown, Jr. – “Watermelon Man” from Sin & Soul, Columbia Records, 1961
  15. Eugene Chadbourne – “People Will Vote for Whoever Gives them Food” from Songs, Intakt Records, 2011
  16. Bristle – “Copalectic” from Future(s) Now(s), Queen Bee Records, 2014.
  17. Allen Toussaint – “Cast Your Fate to the Wind” from Toussaint, Sceptor Records, 1970. [By request]

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