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BFT 180 answers

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Here are the answers to the blindfold test. 

 

BFT 180

01. Broadway
David Murray- ts, George Coleman- ts, Joshua Redman- ts, Don Braden- ts, John Hicks- p, Christian McBride- b, Herlin Riley- d.
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC August 6, 1993

02. Dramatis Personae
Wayne Shorter, ts, ss, Ryan Kisor, tp, Wayne Goodman, tb, Andy Farber, ts, ss, Eric Reed, p, Jim Beard, kb, Christian McBride, b, David Gilmore, g, Mino Cinelu, perc, 
Sean Thomas, steel drums, Herlin Riley, d, Robert Sadin, special consultant accompanying orchestra.
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, April 25, 1998

03. Sweet Suckers
Rhoda Scott- b3, Randy Johnson- g, Houston Person- ts, Idris Muhammad- d. 

04. These Are Soulful Days 
Joey DeFrancesco- b3, Pat Martino- g, James Carter- ss, Idris Muhammad- d. 

05. If You See Kay 
Dr. Lonnie Smith- b3, James Carter- ts, Ronnie Cuber- bs, John Abercrombie- g, Idris Muhammad- d. 

06. St. Thomas
Jimmy McGriff- b3, James Carter- ts, Houston Person- ts, Ronnie Cuber- bs, Randy Johnson- g, Pat Martino- g, Idris Muhamad- d.

07. Blue Monk
Cedar Walton- p, Buster Williams- b.
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center, NYC October 11, 2000

08. I Wish
Cyrus Chestnut- p, Reginald Veal- b.
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center, New York City, April 13, 2000.

09. I Remember April
Percy Heath- b, Jeb Patton- p.
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center, New York City February 03, 2001

10. Strighten Up And Fly Right
Ray Brown and Monty Alexander 
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, Lincoln Center, New York City, 2000-12-18

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I listened and enjoyed, but have been so busy that I never got around to writing up my thoughts. I recognized only David Murray, Wayne Shorter, and Lonnie Smith. I really enjoyed "I Remember April."

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Which albums are these songs from? Are some not on albums?

i like to know the album identifications so that I can buy the albums of the songs that I like. 

Also if some of these are not on albums, how did you have copies of such great recordings?

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There are a ton of private recordings - radio broadcasts/audience/soundboard - that trade on the interwebs. I wouldn't be surprised if most or all of these are from his own personal collection.

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2 hours ago, Hot Ptah said:

Which albums are these songs from? Are some not on albums?

i like to know the album identifications so that I can buy the albums of the songs that I like. 

Also if some of these are not on albums, how did you have copies of such great recordings?

All of these are recordings I’ve made. None are available commercially. 

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