Miles Davis (with Wayne Shorter, saxophones; Chick Corea, keyboards; Dave Holland, bass; Jack DeJohnette, drums), live, Paris, 1969* ********** lagniappe baseball: Chicago Cubs It’s going to take a while, maybe a year or two, for this to sink in. ***** *Setlist (courtesy of YouTube): 1. Introduction 0:00 2. Directions 0:34 3. Bitches Brew 8:33 4. […]
From Kurt Civilette’s MSU faculty recital, March 2012, featuring Rich Illman and Ava Ordman.
from the album Samba Tzigane- 2006
Duško Gojković (also spelled as Dusko Goykovich, born October 14, 1931, Jajce, Yugoslavia, now Bosnia and Herzegovina), Serbian jazz trumpeter and composer.He studied in Belgrade Music Academy from 1948 to 1953. He played trumpet in a number of jazz Dixieland bands and, though only 18 years of age, joined Big Band of Radio Belgrade. After five years spent there he grew into a seasoned musician and decided to continue his career in West Germany.In 1956 he recorded his first LP as a member of Frankfurt All Stars band. Next four years he spent as a member of Kurt Edelhagen’s orchestra as a first trumpet. In these years he played with legends such as Chet Baker or Stan Getz. In 1958 he performed at Newport Jazz Festival and drew much attention on both sides of the Ocean.