Two songs based on Berio’s Folk Songs cycle, tunes by Sun Ra and Chick Corea with her own words, and four Joyce settings.
The guitarist recorded in 1974 with Jan Hammer — organ, synthesizer, piano — and Jack DeJohnette.
With violinist Mark Feldman, Thomas Morgan and Joey Baron.
Joyous interpretations of Bill Evans’ Interplay, Miles’ Flamenco Sketches, a Trane and a Rollins, Ornette’s Blues Connotation; several originals. With Joe Lovano, Drew Gress and Joey Baron.
An Axelrod production. (This is where Studio One copped Swing Easy.)
Big-band arrangements of well-known pieces by Dave Holland, Chick Corea, Trygve Seim, Jan Garbarek, and Keith Jarrett, featuring Tommy Smith alongside the double-bassist.
Laid-back jazz and soul with singer-songwriter aspirations. Cape Verdean roots still just about showing, when the going gets good. UK street-soul legend Omar in the house.
With Francois Couturier, piano; Jean Louis Matinier, accordion.
John Surman, bass clarinet and soprano saxophone; Dave Holland, double-bass.
Crafted, swinging, soulful Middle Eastern jazz, led by oud and bass clarinet. Dedicated to the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. (Why he didn’t win the Nobel Prize isn’t a mystery.)