[JPL] A Love Supreme

Don Lucoff dondlmedia at covad.net
Sun Mar 13 11:31:19 EST 2005


Kurt Elling Live in Chicago

> From: David Kunian <kunian1 at cox.net>
> Reply-To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 10:56:36 -0600
> To: jazzproglist at jazzweek.com
> Subject: [JPL] A Love Supreme
> 
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> Given that there has been a conversation going on about A Love Supreme
> and there have been a couple new recordings of it, some programmers
> might want to try to get a new perspective on it by doing what I did
> last night on WWOZ's Jazz Lunatique (midnight to 3 AM Weds. night/Thurs.
> AM).  I played the entire suite, but instead of doing it completely by
> one band, I mixed and matched from several recordings.
> 
> Acknowledgement - David Murray Octet - Octet Plays Trane
> Resolution - Elvin Jones Quintet live in Japan 1978 - Very Rare
> Pursuance - Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra - A Love Supreme
> Psalm - Branford Marsalis Quartet - A Love Supreme Suite live in Amsterdam
> 
> Listeners really liked it.  I got several calls around 1 AM.
> 
> If anyone else can think of other versions of the suite or the
> individual components, it would be great  to have them posted here.
> 
> David Kunian
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