World of Jazz 396

  1. Steve Cardenas “Lost and Found” from Blue Has A Range (Sunnyside) 00:00
  2. Erotic Winds “Erotic Winds Take 1/2” from Erotic Winds (Catalytic Sound) 07:29
  3. Carlo Uboldi & Felice Clemente “My Princess “To Sara Lucia” from Introspective (Music Center) 16:14
  4. Eddie Gale “The Rain” from Eddie Gale’s Ghetto Music (Blue Note) 23:42
  5. Eddie Gale Inner Peace Orchestra “Love Understanding” from Inner Peace Suite 2 (Life Force Records) 30:07
  6. Eddie Gale “It Must Be You” from Black Rhythm Happening (Blue Note) 41:28
  7. Erotic Winds “Dirty Talker” from Erotic Winds (Catalytic Sound) 47:30
  8. Antonio Farao “Medea” from Takes on Pasolini (C.A.M. Jazz) 52:42
  9. Carlo Uboldi & Felice Clemente “Introspective” from Introspective (Music Center) 1:00:00
  10. Antonio Farao “Something” from Domi (Cristal Records) 1:09:18
  11. Al Mclean, Azar Lawrence “Crescent” from Conduit (Intocus) 1:14:23
  12. Carlo Uboldi & Felice Clemente “Versace On The Floor” from Introspective (Music Center) 1:28:48
  13. Erotic Winds “Seduction Take 1” from Erotic Winds (Catalytic Sound) 1:33:28
  14. Joe McPhee, Dave Rempis, Tomeka Reid, Brandon Lopez, Paal Nilssen-Love “Osel” from Of Things Beyond Thule Vol 2 (Aerophonic Records) 1:41:54

  • On this show a tribute to trumpeter, Sun Ra alumni, and musical educator Eddie Gale who sadly passed away on July 10th.
  • Also featured the second album in the Catalytic Artist Album fundraising series – Joe McPhee’s trio album, “Erotic Winds,” which also features Joe Giardullo and John Howard.
  • As well as some other new releases and archive cuts there is further exploration of the recordings of Italian Saxophonist Felice Clemente.

  • HOUR ONE
  • Steve Cardenas “Lost and Found” from Blue Has A Range
  • Sunnyside Records
  • released July 10, 2020
  • Steve Cardenas – guitar
  • Jon Cowherd – piano
  • Ben Allison – bass
  • Brian Blade – drums
  • Featured track Lost and Found – The recording begins with the first piece that emerged when recording plans were made, namely “Lost and Found,” which borrows part of a motif from Wayne Shorter’s “Lost” before heading on its own magnetic, melancholy way.
  • Erotic Winds “Erotic Winds Take 1/2” from Erotic Winds
  • The second album in this Catalytic Artist Album fundraising series is Joe McPhee’s trio album, “Erotic Winds,” which also features Joe Giardullo and John Howard. All donations raised from sales of this recording will go in perpetuity to Black Girls Code, an organization recommended by Sylvie Courvoisier (www.blackgirlscode.com). The goal of Black Girls Code is “to increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology. To provide African-American youth with the skills to occupy some of the 1.4 million computing job openings expected to be available in the U.S. by 2020, and to train 1 million girls by 2040.”
  • released November 29, 2018
  • John Heward: Drums/Percussion
  • Joe Giardullo: Soprano Saxophone
  • Joe McPhee Pocket Trumpet
  • Carlo Uboldi & Felice Clemente “My Princess “To Sara Lucia” from Introspective
  • Music Center 2018
  • Uboldi – piano
  • Clemente Soprano
  • Eddie Gale “The Rain” from Eddie Gale’s Ghetto Music
  • Blue Note
  • 1968
  • Recorded at the Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, September 20, 1968
  • Eddie Gale Inner Peace Orchestra “Love Understanding” from Inner Peace Suite 2
  • 1995
  • Life Force Records
  • The Orchestra was composed of music students from the University of Santa Cruz 1995 Graduating Class
  • all music by Eddie Gale
  • Recorded. June 18, 1995 at Mckenna Theatre, San Francisco State University
  • Alto Saxophone – Emily Haozous
  • Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Ismael Navarrete
  • Double Bass – Allen Santos, Richard Duke
  • Drums – Otis (24), Tim Carter
  • Flugelhorn, Trumpet [Muted] – Eddie Gale
  • Percussion – Karl Deagling
  • Piano – Leonard Thompson
  • Tenor Saxophone – James Garrison (2)
  • Violin – Colette Zee, Yvette Zee
  • Vocals, Drum [Hand Drum] – Irina Mikhallova*
  • Eddie Gale “It Must Be You” from Black Rhythm Happening
  • Alto Saxophone – James Lyons*
  • Bass – Henry Pearson, Judah Samuel
  • Drums – Elvin Jones
  • Drums [African] – John Robinson (13)
  • Lead Vocals, Chorus Master – Fulumi Prince
  • Soprano Saxophone [Soprano Sax], Flute – Roland Alexander
  • Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Flute – Russell Lyle
  • Trumpet, Arranged By, Composed By, Conductor – Eddie Gale
  • Vocals – Carol Ann Robinson, Charles Davis (4), Joann Gale Stevens, Paula Nadine Larkin, Sondra Walston, Sylvia Bibbs, William Norwood
  • Erotic Winds “Dirty Talker” from Erotic Winds
  • Antonio Farao “Medea” from Takes on Pasolini
  • C.A.M. Jazz
  • 2005
  • Bass – Miroslav Vitous
  • Drums – Daniel Humair
  • Piano – Antonio Faraò
  • Recorded in Cavalicco, Udine on May 10-12, 2005 at Artesuono Recording Studio
  • HOUR TWO
  • Carlo Uboldi & Felice Clemente “Introspective” from Introspective
  • Antonio Farao “Something” from Domi
  • 2011
  • Cristal Records
  • Antonio Faraò piano
  • Darryl Hall double bass
  • André Ceccarelli drums
  • Al Mclean, Azar Lawrence “Crescent” from Conduit
  • 2015
  • Intofocus
  • Bass – Adrian Vedady
  • Drums – Andre White
  • Piano – Sean Fyfe
  • Tenor Saxophone – Al McLean, Azar Lawrence
  • Carlo Uboldi & Felice Clemente “Versace On The Floor” from Introspective
  • Erotic Winds “Seduction Take 1” from Erotic Winds
  • All donations raised from sales of this recording will go in perpetuity to Black Girls Code, an organization recommended by Sylvie Courvoisier (www.blackgirlscode.com). The goal of Black Girls Code is “to increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology. To provide African-American youth with the skills to occupy some of the 1.4 million computing job openings expected to be available in the U.S. by 2020, and to train 1 million girls by 2040.”
  • Joe McPhee, Dave Rempis, Tomeka Reid, Brandon Lopez, Paal Nilssen-Love “Osel” from Of Things Beyond Thule Vol 2
  • Recorded December 16, 2018, The Hungry Brain, Chicago, Illinois

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