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See's To Exist show - Show 146 - 7/10/16

See's To Exist show - Show 146 - 7/10/16

Playing tracks by

Coalition, Reggie Workman First, Archie Shepp, Arthur Blythe, Tim Berne and more.

Chart positions

This show was 19th in the global vinyl chart and 55th in the global jazz chart.

Image: Coalition - Birth (1978) LP cover

1. Coalition – Kenya's Horizon (Birth, Kenya Records, 1978) 11:40
2. Reggie Workman First – Conversation (“”, Denon, 1977) 18:04
3. Archie Shepp – Wise One (Ballads For Trane, Denon, 1977) 6:58
4. Arthur Blythe – Naima (In The Tradition, Columbia, 1979) 6:44
5. Tim Berne – Homage (Mutant Variations, Soul Note, 1983) 6:28
6. Byard Lancaster – What A Friend We Have in Jesus (Personal Testimony, Concert Artists, 1979) 2:02
7. Brother Ah – The Void (Key To Nowhere, Divine Records, 1983) 8:20
8. Sun Ra Arkestra – Images (Unity, Horo Records, 1978) 10:31
9. Lester Bowie – Tricky Slicky (African Children, Horo Records, 1978) 10:32
10. Johnny Dyani Quartet – Confession of Moods (Song For Biko, SteepleChase Records, 1978) 8:20
11. Ndikho Xaba and The Natives – Makhosi (Ndiko Zaba and The Natives, Trilyte, 1969) 2:57




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That's some high praise. Glad to have provided such an experience!


You should give Albert Dailey's Textures on Muse a chance. The version of "Pogo" on there is 🔥 and there's an amazing performance by Arthur Rhames (on sax not guitar) on a very Albert Ayler-ish spiritual/ gospel track. Also his playing with Harold Vick, the late period Dizzy Reece on Manhattan Project, etc. That Old Feeling is definitely more straight ahead but a master class none the less.

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Thanks for your reflections! I've got Textures, need to dig it out and re-listen now! The Manhattan Project I wasn't aware of, wow strong line up! Will look into it.. I like the Clockwork Orange rendition.. The Harold Vick LP from the late '60s (I think??) I had been meaning to check out, so will get on it..