Saturday, March 16, 2019

March 18, 2019 WRFR Radio Show 3-5pm 93.3FM

Uncle Paul's Jazz Closet

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1369 Club Boston 1985


Paul Motian, Joe Lovano, Bill Frisell on tour in Sardinia or Lisbon 1986
photographer unknown ©Paul Motian Archive

On June 8, 1985 the Paul Motian Trio played excellent sets at the 1369 Club in Boston. I'll be featuring these unreleased tunes on this week's show.  The 1369 Club was a small jazz venue (80 seats) at Inman Square in Cambridge, MA that closed in 1988.

Monday, March 11, 2019

Set List 03_11_19

Uncle Paul's Jazz Closet

Theme:
1960s Classics and Innovators Part 2


Parts 1 & 2


Sam Motian, Paul Motian, Joe Castro Hawaii 1965
photo courtesy James Castro Collection

Turning Point Ictus
(Carla Bley)
1975
rec. 1964
Improvising Artists Paul Bley piano; John Gilmore tenor sax; Paul Motian drums; Gary Peacock bass
Pharaoh Sanders In the Beginning 1963-1964

Ictus
(Carla Bley)
2012
rec. May
1964
ESP Disk Paul Bley piano; David Izenzon bass; Pharaoh Sanders tenor sax; Paul Motian drums
Remind Me Remind Me
(Jerome Kern)
1965 Clover Records
unreleased
Joe Castro piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums; Teddy Edwards tenor; others unknown
Martial Solal 
At Newport ‘63
Round Midnight
(Monk)
1963 RCA Victor Martial Solal piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums
produced by George Avakian
Pharaoh Sanders In the Beginning 1963-1964

Walking Woman Take 1
(Carla Bley)
2012
rec. May
1964
ESP Disk Paul Bley piano; David Izenzon bass; Pharaoh Sanders tenor sax; Paul Motian drums
Remind Me Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
(Mercer Ellington)
1965 Clover Records
unreleased
Joe Castro piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums
Tony Martin Greatest Hits There’s No Tomorrow
(Hoffman/Carr)
abt 1950 RCA Tony Martin vocals
Trio 64 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
(Coots/Gillespie)
1963 Verve Bill Evans piano; Gary Peacock bass; Paul Motian drums
Bubber Johnson I’m Confessin’
(Dougherty/Reynolds/Neiburg)
1958 You Tube Bubber Johnson vocals, others unknown
Pharaoh Sanders In the Beginning 1963-1964

Paul Bley Interview
1960s Avant Garde
2012 ESP Disk Paul Bley voice
Pharaoh Sanders In the Beginning 1963-1964

Walking Woman Take 2
(Carla Bley)
2012
rec. May
1964
ESP Disk Paul Bley piano; David Izenzon bass; Pharaoh Sanders tenor sax; Paul Motian drums
Remind Me A Flower Is A Lonesome Thing
(Billy Strayhorn)
1965 Clover Records
unreleased
Joe Castro piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums
2nd Hour
Turning Point King Korn
(Carla Bley)
1975
rec. 1964
Improvising Artists Paul Bley piano; John Gilmore tenor sax; Paul Motian drums; Gary Peacock bass
Trio 64 A Sleeping Bee
(Capote/Arlen)
1963 Verve Bill Evans piano; Gary Peacock bass; Paul Motian drums
Remind Me Just Squeeze Me
(Duke Ellington)
1965 Clover Records
unreleased
Joe Castro piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums
Turning Point Calls
(Carla Bley)
1975
rec. 1964
Improvising Artists Paul Bley piano; John Gilmore tenor sax; Paul Motian drums; Gary Peacock bass
Remind Me Satin Doll
(Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn)
1965 Clover Records
unreleased
Joe Castro piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums
Trio 64 I’ll See You Again
(Coward)
1963 Verve Bill Evans piano; Gary Peacock bass; Paul Motian drums
Pharaoh Sanders In the Beginning 1963-1964

Generous 1 Take 2
(Carla Bley)
2012
rec. May
1964
ESP Disk Paul Bley piano; David Izenzon bass; Pharaoh Sanders tenor sax; Paul Motian drums
Paul Bley with
Gary Peacock

When Will the Blues Leave
(Ornette Coleman)
1970
rec.
April
1963
ECM Paul Bley piano; Gary Peacock bass; Paul Motian drums
Martial Solal 
At Newport ‘63
Suite pour une frise
(Martial Solal)
1963 RCA Victor Martial Solal piano; Teddy Kotick bass; Paul Motian drums
produced by George Avakian

Sunday, March 10, 2019

March 11, 2019 WRFR Radio Show 3-5pm 93.3FM

Uncle Paul's Jazz Closet

Theme:
1960s Classics and Innovators Part 2


Sam Motian, Paul Motian, Joe Castro Hawaii 1965
photo courtesy James Castro Collection

It's all fun and games until it isn't. More from the first half of the 1960s with Paul Motian, Joe Castro, Paul Bley, Pharoah Sanders, David Izenzon, Martial Solal, Gary Peacock and more.