Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy’s Ovaltine?
Billie Holiday: Chronological recordings of Nice Work
Billie Holiday: Comes Love
Music of the Persian Gulf
Um Kulthum: La ya Habibi
Lithophones from Togo
From: “The Rabbi’s Basement Tapes” of Harry Smith
The Band of Light: Live “Under the Volcano” (2005)
Water Drumming (Baka of Cameroun)
Passover with the Last Abulafia Rabbi
Monk: “Nutty” (1958, Five Spot) / “Misterioso” (1948)
Three songs of Shel Silverstein for Children of All Ages:
1. / 2. / 3.
South Africa: Shona Story Song (The Hare and the Tortoise)
Lena Horne (1945): “Indeed I Do”
“Frog Went a Courting”
19 Versions of “Barbra Allen” (only the first is hyperlinked here)
A Veda of the Black Yagur
James Joyce, John Cage and Eric Malone
Breath songs of the Tlinglit
“Kindling Wood” : The original story and the song from the Georgia Coast Islands
Happy Bloomsday 2005
Feel good guitars from Southern Africa in the 1950s: I. / II.
“Jegog” (Bamboo Gamelan)
Monk: “(I Don’t Stand) A Ghost of a Chance With You” (1957)
Sacred Music of Kurdistan. Example 1. Example 2.
Songs & Sounds of the Parchman Prison Farm 1 / 2 / 3
Shel Silverstein :: After you’ve been having steak for a long time, beans taste just fine”
“Nothing” from the Fugs first LP, recorded by Harry Smith, 1965
From “The Hotel Breslin Tapes” :: Swiss Alps / Gabon Rain Forest
NY Art Quartet with Amiri Baraka (35th Reunion): “Seek Light At Once”
Amiri Baraka (1976) “Dope”
Steve Turre : “Straight, No Chaser” on “Conch” (Lincoln Center, 4 Dec. 2003)
Min Xiao Fen on the Chinese pipa: Monk’s “Ask Me Now” (Lincoln Center, 6 Dec. 2003)
Located in: Shemesh Reshuffled
Jack Spicer : “Imaginary Elegies I-IV”, and other poems (KPFA, ca. 1963)
Nicole Peyrafitte : “Song (Autumn Festival)” of Gerrit Lansing
Located in: Telgrams to Parmenides
Ed Sanders: “High-Tech Heraclitus” / “Tropei, Tropei, Tropei”
Atrium Musica de Madrid : “First Delphic Hymn to Apollo”
Located in: “When in Rome, Do as the Greeks Did” :: :: “Dark Resonances” of Charles Stein and Gary Hill from The Flavian Amphitheater
The Incantations of Charles Stein : No. 1 / No. 2 / No. 3
The songs of Paulina Wellensberg-Olsson :
Little Dead Girl
Milk Honey Chloride
Why Father Why
The madness of Gary Hill : Madness Of The Brain
Mikhail Horowitz : “Bird Lives”
Excerpts from a recording of an Ifa Ceremony (Ile-Ilfe, 1975)
Abbey Lincoln and Max Roach (“Straight Ahead”, 1961): “When Malindy Sings”
“Death’s Gonna Straighten All You Members When He Comes”
“El Ritmo” /
Looking East: A Suite in Three Parts (Raphe Malik Quartet, Boston Vision Festival, October 1999.
Fractals from Part One.
Personnel: Raphe Malik: b-flat and c trumpets; Sabir Mateen: tenor and alto saxophones, flute, b-flat clarinet, alto clarinet; Larry Roland: bass; Cody Moffett: drums.
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Marcos Miranda and Guillermo Gonzalez :: Homage to Albert / Homage to Rhasaan
Hernan Hecht and Jarry Singla :: Bemsha Swing(s)
More for Monk
Codaryl “Cody” Moffett et al. :: Evidence from Evidence
with Ravi Coltrane, Kenny Drew Jr., Kenny Garrett, Charnett Moffett, Antoine Roney, Wallace Roney
Marcos Miranda and Huitzilin Sanchez :: Evidence from Evidencias
Marcos Miranda and Pavel Sandoval :: Bemsha Swing from En casa de Nur
Tootie Heath solo, Live Lincoln Center, 5 Dec 2003, Friday the 13th (18 min tambourine and traps)
Codaryl Moffett (“My Favorite Things”): “Jambalaya_Suite” / “Simone”
“Ornette Coleman Trio at the Golden Circle” : “Faces and Places”
Louis Armstrong’s Birthday Music, 2005 Includes: “The Saint Louis Blues”: w/Bessie Smith, NYC 14 Jan. 1925 / “Heebies Jeebies”: Kid Ory (tb), Johnny Dodds (cl), Lil Hardin-Armstrong (p), Johnny St. Cyr (bjo), Chicago, 26 Feb. 1926 (The first recorded scat). / “Cornet Chop Suey”: (as above) / “Hotter Than That”: Kid Ory (tb), Johnny Dodds (cl), Lil Hardin-Armstrong (p), Johnny St. Cyr (bjo), Lonnie Johnson (g), Chicago, 13 Dec. 1927 / “Weather Bird”: Earl Hines, Chicago, 5 Dec. 1928 / “West End Blues”: Fred Robinson (tb), Jimmy Strong (cl, ts), Earl Hines (p), Mancy Carr (bjo), Zutty Singleton (dr), Chicago 28 June 1928
The Complete Recordings of Louis Armstrong and Bessie Smith
Charnett Moffett (Lincoln Center, 4 Dec. 2003): “Monk in Mind”
Charnett Moffett Quartet, Live at Sweet Rhythms, NYC, 19.05.04. Charnett Moffett, bass, Codaryl Moffett, drums, Mondre Moffett, trumpet, Scott Brown, piano.
Ibibio dance music (recorded in Calabar, Nigeria, 1981)
Ibibio cradle songs (recorded in Ile-Ife, Nigeria 1977)
Babatunde Olatunji, WKCR Memorial Broadcast, 10 April 2003.
Maxine Sullivan and Dick Hyman 2 Songs from The Bard
Juan Luis Guerra, Ojala Que llueva Cafe / Ojala Que llueva Cafe with Atilla
Oddbird and Yardbird
Catalogued as: Other Galleries.