[JPL] Long tracks

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Mon Sep 17 11:53:57 EDT 2007


Len,

Here are some long tracks of different styles to consider 



Dexter Gordon's "Tanya" from "One Flight Up."  

Miles Davis' "Spanish Key" from "Bitche's
Brew," or the infamous title track.

Stanley Clarke's "Sea Journey" from "Children Of Forever," 

Chick Corea's "Sometime Ago/La Fiesta" from "Return To Forever."  

"Cerulean Skies" from Maria Schneider's latest recording "Sky Blue."  

"Chameleon" from Herbie Hancock's "Headhunters." 

Toshiko Akiyoshi's "Minimata" from "Insights."

Charles Minguses "Love Chant" from "Pithecanthropus Erectus" 

Lester Bowie's "Trans Traditionalal Suite" from "All The Magic"

Max Roach's "A Little Booker" or "Mwalimu" from "To The Max."

Anthony Brown's "E.O. 9066" from "Family" just in time for the Ken Burns
series "The War"

Bobby Jackson
WCPN-FM/ Cleveland, OH



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