Tuesday, September 30, 2014

The Morells - Live in Chicago

Recorded in August 1982, featuring D. Clinton Thompson (guitar, vocals), Lou Whitney (bass, guitar, vocals), Maralie Whitney (keyboards, vocals), and Ron Gremp (drums, vocals).

The Morells on Wikipedia

Monday, September 29, 2014

Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley & Bootsy Collins
- "Let Him Out"

Recorded in 1990 for The Late Show with David Letterman, featuring Maceo Parker (alto sax, vocals), Fred Wesley (trombone, vocals), Bootsy Collins (bass, vocals), Paul Shafer (organ), Sid McGinnis (guitar), Will Lee (guitar, vocals), and Anton Fig (drums).

Bootsy Collins official site
Maceo Parker official site
Fred Wesley official site

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Sons of Champlin
- "Turn On Your Lovelight" & "Gold Mine"

Recorded in 1975 at Winterland in San Francisco, CA, featuring Bill Champlin (lead vocals, keyboards), Terry Haggerty (guitar), Geoff Palmer (keyboards), Dave Schallock (bass), James Preston (drums), Phil Wood (trumpet), Michael Andreas (saxophone) and Steve Frediani (saxophone).

Sons of Champlin official site
Bill Champlin official site

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Little Feat - "Willin'"

Recorded in 1977 for Rockpalast, featuring Lowell George (guitar, vocals), Bill Payne (keyboards), Paul Barrere (guitar), Kenny Gradney (bass), Richie Hayward (drums), and Sam Clayton (congas, percussion).

Little Feat official site

Monday, September 22, 2014

Joe Henderson - "Dreamer"

Recorded October 21, 1995 at Forum Leverkusen, Germany, featuring Joe Henderson (tenor sax), Helio Alves (piano), Nilssen Matta (bass), and Paulo Braga (drums).

Joe Henderson at the Hard Bop Homepage

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Hamiet Bluiett's Bio-Electric Ensemble
- Live at Vision Festival 18

Recorded June 16, 2013 at Roulette in Brooklyn, NYC, featuring Hamiet Bluiett (baritone sax), Matthew Whittaker (keyboard), D.D. Jackson (piano), Harrison Bankhead (bass), and Hamid Drake (drums).

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Max Roach Quintet with Abbey Lincoln - "All Africa"

Recorded in 1964 for Belgian TV, featuring Max Roach (drums), Clifford Jordan (tenor sax), Coleridge Perkinson (piano), Eddie Khan (bass), and Abbey Lincoln (vocals).

Max Roach Wikipedia page

Friday, September 12, 2014

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Wet Willie - "Grits Ain't Groceries"

Recorded September 10, 1973 at Central City Park in Macon, Georgia, featuring Jimmy Hall (vocals, harmonica), Jack Hall (bass), Lewis Ross (drums), Ricky Hirsch (guitar), and John Anthony (keyboards).

Wet Willie official site
Jimmy Hall official site