Hot Ptah Posted March 31, 2020 Report Share Posted March 31, 2020 (edited) I can't figure out how to insert photos of the album covers using Windows 10. I found it very easy to do with my old Windows 7. 1. contemplation, by Nubya Garcia, from Nubya’s 5ive (Re:freshed, 2017) Composer: McCoy Tyner Nubya Garcia—Tenor Saxophone Joe Armon-Jones—Piano Daniel Casmir—Bass Moses Boyd—Drums 2. Tangled, by Ill Considered, from Ill Considered (Ill Considered Music, 2017) Idris Rahman—Saxophone Leon Brichard—Bass Emre Ramazanoglu-Drums Yahael Camara-Onono—Percussion This album is consistently at the level of this track. 3. . You Stepped Out of a Dream, by Anthony Braxton, from Five Pieces 1975 (Arista, 1975) Composer: Kahn/Brown Anthony Braxton—Alto Saxophone Dave Holland—Bass 4. 4. Mzwandile, by Shabaka and the Ancestors, from Wisdom of Elders (Brownswood, 2016) Shabaka Hutchings—Tenor Saxophone Mthunzi Mvubu—Alto Saxophone Siyabonga Mthembu-Vocals Mandla Mlangeni—Trumpet Nduduzo Makhathini—Piano, Electric Piano Ariel Zamonsky—Bass Tumi Mogorosi-Drums Gontse Makhene-Percussion London based Shabaka Hutchings, whose family comes from Barbados, records here with musicians from South Africa on this consistently strong album. 5. 5. Ran Kan Kan, by Tito Puente Composer—Tito Puente I cannot find detailed information about Tito Puente’s early work. I cannot tell if this song was first recorded in 1949 or 1955 as a single. It appears on the 1955 Mamborama LP on the Tico label. I cannot find musician credits for it. 6. 6. Ojos Asi, by Shakira, from ?Donde Estan los Ladrones? (Columbia/Sony 1998) Composers—Shakira Mebarak/Pablo Flores/Javier Garza Shakira—Vocals, harmonica Luis Fernando Ochoa—Guitar, Bass Adam Zimmon—Guitar Marcelo Acevedo--Guitar Lester Mendez—Keyboards Randy Barlow—Accordian Teddy Mulet—Trumpet John Falcone—Bass Brendan Buckley—Drums Edwin Bonilla--Percussion Wendy Peterson—Backing Vocals Shakira was one of the headlining Super Bowl halftime performers in February, 2020, with Jennifer Lopez. This song, “Ojos Asi,” was the fifth single released from this multi-platinum selling album, ?Donde Estan los Ladrones?, which has sold over seven million copies worldwide. This song, “Ojos Asi,” as a single, reached Number 9 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart. It has been performed on six of Shakira’s seven concert tours. For this song, Shakira won a Latin Grammy award in the category of Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2000. 7. 7. Space Shuttle—Ra to the Rescue. Ch. 2 (a.k.a. The Alter Destiny), by Sun Ra, from Ra to the Rescue (Saturn, 1983) Composer—Sun Ra Marshall Allen—Alto Saxophone Solo Sun Ra—Keyboards John Gilmore—Tenor Saxophone, Percussion Danny Thompson—Baritone Saxophone, Flute, Percussion Hayes Burnett-Bass Samari Celestial (Eric Walker)-Drums Michael D. Anderson—Drums Eddie Thomas—Percussion Atakatune (Stanley Morgan)—Congas 8. After Hours, by Roy Buchanan, from Second Album (Polydor, 1973) Composer—Avery Parrish Roy Buchanan—Lead Guitar Teddy Irwin—Rhythm Guitar Dick Heintze—Piano, Organ Don Payne—Bass Jerry Mercer—Drums 9. El Is a Sound of Joy, by Sun Ra, from Sound of Joy (Delmark, Recorded 1956) Composer—Sun Ra Sun Ra—Piano Art Hoyle—Trumpet Dave Young—Trumpet John Avant—Trombone Pat Patrick—Alto and Baritone Saxophone John Gilmore—Tenor Saxophone Charles Davis—Baritone Saxophone Victor Sproules—Bass William Cochran-Drums Jim Herndon—Tympani, Timbales 10. El Is a Sound of Joy, by Sun Ra, from Mayan Temples (Black Saint, 1990) Composer—Sun Ra Sun Ra—Piano, Keyboards Ahmed Abdullah—Trumpet Michael Ray—Trumpet Tyrone Hill-Trombone Marshall Allen—Alto Saxophone, Flute Noel Scott—Alto Saxophone John Gilmore—Tenor Saxophone, Timbales James Jacson—Bassoon, Ancient Egyptian Infinity Drum Ronald Wilson—Tenor Saxophone Carl LeBlanc—Guitar Jothan Collins—Bass Clifford Barbaro—Drums Earl “Buster” Smith—Drums Ron McBee—Congas, Percussion Jorge Silva—Percussion Elson Nascimento—Surdo, Percussion 11. Ginger Spice, by Ginger Baker, from Why (Motema Music, 2014) Composer—Ron Miles Pee Wee Ellis—Tenor Saxophone Alec Dankworth—Bass Ginger Baker-Drums Abass Nii Dodoo--Percussion 12. No Agreement, by Fela Kuti, from No Agreement (Decca Afrodisia, 1978) Composer—Fela Kuti Fela Kuti—Tenor and Alto Saxophones, Electric Piano, Vocals Lester Bowie—Trumpet Solo Tunde Williams—Trumpet Nwokoma Ukem—Trumpet Lekan Animashaun—Baritone Saxophone Leke Benson-Guitar Okalve Ojeah—Guitar Clifford Itoje—Guitar Oghene Kologbo-Guitar Nweke Atifoh-Bass Tony Allen—Drums Ayoola Abayomi—Percussion Babajide Olaleye—Maracas Oladeinde Koffi, Addo Nettey, Shina Abiodun—Congas 13, 14, 15. When You Love/Where You Love (edit)/How You Love, by Quicksilver Messenger Service, from Happy Trails (Capitol, 1969—recorded live in 1968) Composer—Bo Diddley; on the album, composers of these sections are listed as Gary Duncan/Greg Elmore/John Cipollina Gary Duncan—First Guitar Solo John Cipollina—Second Guitar Solo David Freiberg—Bass Greg Elmore--Drums Edited April 2, 2020 by Hot Ptah Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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