More great music this week’s: another new Mathew Hallsall track, a special mix from last month’s missing show, a dubwise pairing of Cedric Im Brooks and Little Axe, a track from the sensational new release from Jeremy Pelt and an electrifying Miles Davis set from the Isle of Wight in 1970.
And it’s week three in our countdown of top five jazz tracks – one from Derek and one from Neil. This week it’s nu-jazz trumpet classic and an early ethno-jazz exploration – check out the playlist below for more details and look out for another short feature on both tracks coming soon on the site.
Could you really ask for more? Only on Cosmic Jazz – and if you missed the show, just wait 24 hours or so for Listen Again.
- Tangerine Dream – Ziet/Miles Davis – Hip-Skip
- Matthew Halsall – The Journey Home
- John McLaughlin – Peace One
- Donald Fagen – I.G.Y
- Erik Truffaz – Siegfried
- Cedric Im Brooks – Silent Force
- Little Axe – Going Down Slow (dub version)
- John Hassall – Abu Gil/Terje Rypdal – Ghostdancing
- Joe Henderson – Y Ya La Quiero
- George Benson – Ready and Able
- Jeremy Pelt – Paradise Lost
- Miles Davis – It’s About That Time
- Roy Haynes – Dorian
- Matthew Halsall – Music for a Dancing Mind
- Loleatta Holloway – Hit and Run
And here’s the videoclip back again after last week’s omission. Check out Joe Henderson live in Germany in 1994 with his version of Blue Bossa. Al Foster is on drums and (I think) George Mraz on bass – but I can’t identify the pianist. Any ideas?