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I had the good fortune to see Mary Lou Williams twice, once in a solo concert up in the Berkeley area, and once at the Hollywood Bowl as a part of the Giants of Jazz package. She had replaced Monk in a group that included Dizzy, Sonny Still and J.J. Johnson, and did not disappoint! In both instances, solo and with a combo, Mary Lou impressed me an an artist who had developed an approach to her music early in life, but who had never ceased to grow and develop. She wrote this variation on the blues, “Little Joe From Chicago,” in the latter part of the 1930s. Here, in the 1970s, Mary Lou reinvents the tune in this concert performance.


George Cables – “Inner Glow” (Cables’ Vision, 1979)

George Cables – Piano, Electric Piano
Tony Dumas – Bass
Freddie Hubbard – Flugelhorn
Bobby Hutcherson – Vibraphone
Ernie Watts – Tenor Saxophone
Vince Charles – Percussion
Peter Erskine – Drums

John James

Oscar Peterson – The Berlin Concert 1985

Oscar Peterson – Piano
Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen – Bass
Martin Drew – Drums
1. Salute to Bach
2. Who Can I Turn To
3. Blues Etude
4. Yours is My Heart Alone
5. Falling in Love with La Belle Province
6. Nigerian Marketplace
7. Cakewalke
8. Skylark – My Foolish Heart
9. Perdido
10. Caravan



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