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#JazzChurch 105 – Sunday, May 1, 2022

#JazzChurch 105 – Sunday, May 1, 2022 – The Special Happy New Year Edition!!!

A little over two years ago, I had an idea. I love music, especially jazz. It gives so much meaning to my life. Why not stream some of my favorites on Sunday afternoon. With a bit of encouragement from my friends, I began doing just that. It’s been a fantastic journey. We revisited the 25 songs I played on Episode #1 and then moved into an extended “After-Party.”

Thanks for being part of #JazzChurch! We made a #JoyfulNoise! 🎶🎙🎵

bbebop · #JazzChurch 105 – Sunday, May 1, 2022
  1. Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord – The Edwin Hawkins Singers
  2. Photograph – Joe Henderson
  3. Dear Lord – Gary Bartz feat. Andy Bey
  4. Come Sunday – Charles Lloyd
  5. The People Could Fly – Camilla George
  6. He Knows How Much You Can Bear – Terell Stafford
  7. New Delhi – Cannonball Adderley
  8. Lord, Help Me to Be – Alice Coltrane
  9. Tulle – John Scofield
  10. Nothing Personal – Michael Brecker
  11. Turiya And Ramakrishna – Alice Coltrane
  12. 30 Years – Betty Carter
  13. A Turtle’s Dream – Abbey Lincoln
  14. Harriet Tubman – Wynton Marsalis Septet
  15. Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord – Pharoah Sanders
  16. Tha Go ‘Round – B Sharp Jazz Quartet
  17. No. 3 – Geri Allen
  18. Beautiful Love – Harvey Wainapel
  19. Eternal – Branford Marsalis Quartet
  20. Friend Forever – Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
  21. Gaslight – Duke Pearson
  22. Sail Away – Kenny Barron
  23. I Waited For You – Bebop & Beyond
  24. Peresina – McCoy Tyner
  25. Time Remembered – Bill Evans
  26. Get Up – Amel Larrieux
  27. Golden Rough – The Bamboos
  28. Lovely Day – Bill Withers
  29. Lowdown – Boz Scaggs
  30. Chic Cheer – Chic
  31. Cherchez La Femme/Se Si Bon – Dr. Buzzard’s
  32. Brazilian Rhyme (Ponta de Areia) – Earth, Wind & Fire
  33. Think Twice – Erykah Badu featuring Roy Hargrove
  34. One Nation Under a Groove – Funkadelic
  35. Irreplaceable – The Funky Lowlives
  36. Believer (Funkhaus Sessions) – Jazzanova
  37. Bad Bad News – Leon Bridges
  38. You Should Do It – Peter Brown
  39. Once You Get Started – Rufus
  40. Keep On Movin’ – Soul II Soul
  41. Donaueschingen – Truby Trio
  42. Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
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#JazzChurch 105 Show Notes

1. The Edwin Hawkins Singers: “Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord”

Album: “Oh Happy Day”

2. Joe Henderson: “Photograph”

Album: “Double Rainbow”

Bass – Christian McBride
Composed By – Carlos Jobim*
Drums – Jack DeJohnette
Piano – Herbie Hancock
Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson

3. Gary Bartz: “Dear Lord”

Album: “Coltrane Rules: Tao of a Music Warrior”

Vocals – Andy Bey
Alto Saxophone – Gary Bartz
Piano – Barney McCall
Bass – James King
Drums – Greg Bandy
Composer – John Coltrane

I love this song, beginning with the original instrumental version by John Coltrane. I’ve always loved Andy Bey’s voice, and the lyrics he wrote for “Dear Lord”. Oh Man!!!

4. Charles Lloyd: “Come Sunday”

Album: “Jumping the Creek”

Come Sunday
Lord, dear Lord above, God almighty,
God of love, Please look down and see my people through.

Saxophone – Charles Lloyd
Piano – Geri Allen
Double Bass – Robert Hurst
Drums, Percussion – Eric Harland

5. Camilla George, Shirley Tetteh, Sarah Tandy, Daniel Casimir & Femi Koleoso: “The People Could Fly”

Album: “The People Could Fly”

Alto Saxophone, Written-By – Camilla George
Bass – Daniel Casimir
Drums – Femi Koleoso
Guitar – Shirley Tetteh
Piano, Electric Piano – Sarah Tandy

6. Terell Stafford: “He Knows How Much You Can Bear”

Album: “New Beginnings”

Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass – Derrick Hodge
Drums – Dana Hall
Piano – Mulgrew Miller
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Terell Stafford
Alto Saxophone – Dick Oatts

7. Cannonball Adderley: “New Delhi”

Album: “The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Plus”

Alto Saxophone – Cannonball Adderley
Cornet – Nat Adderley
Piano – Wynton Kelly
Vibraphone – Victor Feldman
Bass – Sam Jones
Drums – Louis Hayes

8. Alice Coltrane: “Lord, Help Me to Be”

Album: “Monastic Trio”

Piano – Alice Coltrane
Bass – Jimmy Garrison
Percussion – Ben Riley
Tenor Saxophone – Pharoah Sanders

9. John Scofield: “Tulle”

Album: “Quiet”

Alto Flute, English Horn, Tenor Saxophone – Charles Pillow
Bass Clarinet – Roger Rosenberg
Bass – Steve Swallow
Drums – Bill Stewart, Duduka Da Fonseca
Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Randy Brecker
Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Lawrence Feldman
French Horn – Fred Griffen*, John Clark
Guitar, Producer – John Scofield
Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
Tuba, Baritone Saxophone – Howard Johnson

10. Michael Brecker: “Nothing Personal”

Album: “Michael Brecker”

Saxophone – Michael Brecker
Keyboards – Kenny Kirkland
Guitar – Pat Metheny
Bass – Charlie Haden
Drums – Jack DeJohnette

11. Alice Coltrane: “Turiya And Ramakrishna”

Album: “Ptah, The El Daoud”

Piano – Alice Coltrane
Bass – Ron Carter + Wow THAT SOLO!!! TRANSCRIBE!!
Drums – Ben Riley
Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson and Pharoah Sanders

Pharoah and Joe, together!!!

12. Betty Carter: “30 Years”

Album: “Droppin’ Things”

Vocals – Betty Carter
Bass – Tarus Mateen
Drums – Gregory Hutchinson
Piano – Marc Cary

13. Abbey Lincoln: “A Turtle’s Dream”

Album: “A Turtle’s Dream”

Vocals – Abbey Lincoln
Piano – Rodney Kendrick
Tenor Saxophone – Julien Lourau
Bass – Charlie Haden
Drums – Victor Lewis

I love this song so very much!!!


Often I sing when I’m all alone
And no one can see me but me
think and wonder what I am
And how I came to be

I can swim the ocean
And it’s deep and wide
And in the house above me

Maybe one day I’ll fly like an eagle
Fly like a bird and go and go
Soar like an eagle
Walk like a lion
Although it won’t be I know

But I can swim the ocean
And it’s deep and wide
And in the house above me

I guess the time has come for me to go
And look around for something, oh
Just moving in my house you know
Moving slowly is not really bad
Moving slowly you see
The wonders of the deep
Just waiting there for me

And I can swim the ocean
And it’s deep and wide
And in the house above me
And in the house above me

Written By: Abbey Lincoln, Laurent Cugny

14. Wynton Marsalis Septet: “Harriet Tubman”

Album: “Live at the Village Vanguard”

Trumpet – Wynton Marsalis
Alto Saxophone – Wessell Anderson
Tenor Saxophone – Todd Williams
Trombone – Wycliffe Gordon
Piano – Marcus Roberts
Bass – Reginald Veal
Drums – Herlin Riley

15. Pharoah Sanders: “Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord”

Album: “Summun, Bukmun, Umyun”

Pharoah Sanders – saxophone, cow horn, bells, tritone whistle, cowbells, wood flute, thumb piano, percussion
Woody Shaw – trumpet, maracas, yodeling, percussion
Gary Bartz – alto saxophone, bells, cowbell, shakers, percussion
Lonnie Liston Smith – piano, cowbell, thumb piano, percussion
Cecil McBee – bass WOW! That Solo!!
Clifford Jarvis – drums
Nathaniel Bettis – xylophone, yodeling, African percussion
Anthony Wiles – conga drum and African percussion

16. B Sharp Jazz Quartet: “Tha Go ‘Round”

Album: “Tha Go ‘Round”

Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Randall Willis
Piano – Rodney Lee
Bass – Osama Afifi <– my bass teacher!!
Drums – Herb Graham Jr.

17. Geri Allen: “No. 3”

Album: “The Nurturer”

Piano – Geri Allen
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Marcus Belgrave
Alto Saxophone – Kenny Garrett
Bass – Robert Hurst
Drums – Jeff Watts

18. Harvey Wainapel: “Beautiful Love”

Album: “The Hang”

Harvey Wainapel Tenor Saxophone
Phil Grenadier Trumpet
Kenny Barron Piano
Larry Grenadier Bass
Kenny Wollesen Drums

19. Branford Marsalis Quartet: “Eternal”

Album: “Eternal”

Saxophone, Composer – Branford Marsalis
Piano – Joey Calderazzo
Bass – Eric Revis
Drums – Jeff “Tain” Watts

20. Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen: “Friend Forever”

Album: “Those Who Were”

Acoustic Bass – Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Ulf Wakenius
Drums – Victor Lewis

21. Duke Pearson: “Gaslight”

Album: “Sweet Honey Bee”

Piano – Duke Pearson
Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson
Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Alto Saxophone – James Spaulding
Bass – Ron Carter
Drums – Mickey Roker

22. Kenny Barron: “Sail Away”

Album: “Wanton Spirit”

Kenny Barron piano
Charlie Haden Bass
Roy Haynes drums

23. Bebop & Beyond: “I Waited For You”

Album: “Plays Dizzy Gillespie”

Trumpet, Percussion, Vocals – Dizzy Gillespie
Piano – George Cables
Guitar – Randy Vincent
Bass – Jeff Chambers
Drums – Donald Bailey

24. McCoy Tyner Big Band: “Peresina”

Album: “Journey”

Piano, Composer – McCoy Tyner
Alto Saxophone – Joe Ford
Bass – Avery Sharpe
Drums – Aaron Scott
Alto Saxophone, Flute – Doug Harris
French Horn – John Clark
Percussion, Trumpet – Jerry Gonzalez
Tenor Saxophone – Billy Harper (SOLO), John Stubblefield
Trombone – Frank Lucy, Steve Turré
Trumpet – Earl Gardner, Eddie Henderson (SOLO), Virgil Jones
Tuba – Tony Underwood

25. Bill Evans : “Time Remembered”

Album: “The Best of Bill Evans”

Piano, Written-By – Bill Evans Guitar – Jim Hall Tenor Saxophone – Zoot Sims Bass – Ron Carter Drums – “Philly” Joe Jones

26. Amel Larrieux: “Get Up”

Album: “Get Up - Single”

27. The Bamboos: “Golden Rough”

Album: “Step It Up”

Tenor Saxophone – Anton Delecca
Trumpet – Ross Irwin
Guitar – Lance Ferguson
Organ – Ben Grayson
Bass – Yuri Pavlinov
Drums – Daniel Farrugia

28. Bill Withers: “Lovely Day”

Album: “The Best Of Bill Withers: Lean On Me”

When the day that lies ahead of me
Seems impossible to face
When someone else instead of me
Always seems to know the way

Then I look at you
And the world’s alright with me
Just one look at you
And I know it’s gonna be
A lovely day (lovely day, lovely day, lovely day, lovely day)

29. Boz Scaggs: “Lowdown (Live at Great American Music Hall / August 2003)”

Album: “Greatest Hits Live”

30. Chic: “Chic Cheer”

Album: “C’est Chic”

David Lasley – vocals
Luci Martin – vocals
Nile Rodgers – guitar, vocals
Raymond Jones – Fender Rhodes electric piano
Robert Sabino – clavinet, acoustic piano, electric piano
Bernard Edwards – bass guitar
Tony Thompson – drums

31. Dr. Buzzard’s: “Cherchez La Femme/Se Si Bon”

Album: “”Original” Savannah Band”

Bass, Vocals, Lyrics By – August Darnell
Drums – Mickey Sevilla
Engineer – Jim Bonnefond
Engineer – Jeffrey Kawalek
Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Arranged By, Music By – Stony Browder
Percussion – Don Armando Bonilla
Producer – Sandy Linzer
Vibraphone – Andy Hernandez
Vocals – Cory Daye

32. Earth, Wind & Fire: “Brazilian Rhyme (Ponta de Areia)”

Album: “All ‘N All”

Vocals, Bass – Verdine White
Vocals, Congas, Percussion – Philip Bailey
Vocals, Drums, Kalimba – Maurice White

Composer - Milton Nascimento

33. Erykah Badu featuring Roy Hargrove: “Think Twice”

Album: “Worldwide Underground”

Bass – Braylon “Brother B.” Lacy
Keyboards – James Poyser
Trumpet, Vocals – Roy Hargrove
Written-By – Donald Byrd

34. Funkadelic: “One Nation Under a Groove”

Album: “Young Soul Rebels (Original Soundtrack) [Remastered]”

Throbbasonic Funkgeetarists:
> Mike ‘Kidd Funkadelic’ Hampton, Gary Shider
Banjo’d Muthaplucker:
> Bobby Lewis
> Mike Hampton
Keybo’ Dans & Synthezoidees:
> Bernie ‘DaVinci’ Worrell, Walter ‘Junie’ Morrison
Rotofunkie Drum & Percussionatin’ Thumpdans:
> Jerome Brailey, W. Bootsy Collins, Larry Fratangelo, Tyrone Lampkin
Bass Thumpasaurians:
> William ‘Bootsy’ Collins, Rodney “Skeet” Curtis, Cordell ‘Boogie’ Mosson
Funkadelic Blamgusta Vocaloids (Voices For Da Nation!):
> George Clinton, Raymond (Stingray) Davis, Ron Ford, Mallia Franklin, Lynn Mabry, W. ‘Junie’ Morrison, Cordell Mosson, Dawn Silva, Gary “Dowop” Shider, Greg Thomas, Jeanette Washington, Debbie Wright

35. The Funky Lowlives: “Irreplaceable”

Album: “Cartouche”

36. Jazzanova: “Believer (Funkhaus Sessions)”

Album: “Funkhaus Studio Sessions”

Saxophone, Flute – Sebastian Borkowski
Computer, Percussion – Axel Reinemer
Congas, Bongos, Percussion – Stefan Leisering
Drums – Carl-Michael Grabinger
Bass, Percussion – Paul Kleber
Electric Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar – Arne Jansen
Keyboards, Synthesizer, Trumpet – Sebastian Studnitzky
Trombone – Stefan Ulrich
Vocals – Paul Randolph

I can see the red light on the machine It let’s me know when it’s rolling!

37. Leon Bridges: “Bad Bad News”

Album: “Good Thing”

Backing Vocals – Ricky Reed
Backing Vocals, Drums – Joshua Block
Backing Vocals – Austin Michael Jenkins
Drums, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Percussion, Keyboards, French Horn, Trumpet – Nate Mercereau
Saxophone – Jeff Dazey

38. Peter Brown: “You Should Do It”

Album: “A Fantasy Love Affair”

Drums, Electric Piano, Percussion – Peter Brown
Backing Vocals – Betty Wright, Pat Hurley, Wildflower
Written-By – Robert Rans

39. Rufus: “Once You Get Started”

Album: “Rufusized”

Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Chaka Khan, Rufus
Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Tony Maiden
Organ, Clavinet, Backing Vocals, Piano, Synthesizer – Kevin Murphy
Bass, Backing Vocals – Bobby Watson
Drums, Percussion – André Fischer

40. Soul II Soul: “Keep On Movin’”

Album: “Keep On Movin’”

Featuring – Caron Wheeler

Why do people choose to live their lives this way? Keep on movin’ Keep on movin’, don’t stop, no

41. Truby Trio: “Donaueschingen (Peter Kruder’s Donaudampfschifffahrtsgesellschaftskapitänskajütenremix)”

Album: “Galicia / Donaueschingen”

42. McFadden & Whitehead: “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now”

Album: “McFadden & Whitehead”

Thanks for listening today! See you next Sunday!!!