:: Gilles Peterson
:: Tracklisting 16/10/05
:: Brownswood Basement
1, Roy Haynes - 'Quiet Fire' (Galaxy)
2, Hampton Hawes - 'Web (Prestige)
3, Newban - 'Magic Lady' (Guinness)
4, Sheila Landis & Rick Matle - 'Summertime' (SheLan)
5, Franco Tampni - 'Movements' (Cooper)
6, Andre Lutereau - 'A 'Starlett' For You' (Tele Record)
7, Francy Boland - 'Un Graso De Areia' (KPM)
8, Junior Mance - 'Cubano Chant' (Tuba)
9, Ahmad Jamal - 'Taboo' (Argo)
10, Mitsuaki Kanno & Group - 'Busho' (RCA)
11, William Hooker - 'Drum Form' (Reality Unit)
12, Fumio Itabashi - 'Watarase' (Over The Rainbow) (Solid)
13, Dizzy Gillespie - 'Olinga' (Perception)
14, Bobby Hutchinson 'Love Song' (Blue Note)
15, Yusef Lateef - 'Morning' (Argo)
16, Fela Ransome Kuti & His Koola Lobitos - 'Ako' (Polydor)
17, Piero Umiliani - 'Le Ore Che Contano' (Liuto)
18, Starfire - 'Make The Most' (Dynamic Artists)
19, The Two Tons - ''Never Like This' (Fantasy)
20, Keni Burke - 'Keep On Singing' (Dark Horse)
21, Isley Brothers - 'Sensuality' (Epic)
Your comments on the tracks
Yusef Lateef : he is now 85 and i saw him play with the Belmondo brothers @ La Cigale in Paris. What an amazing artist, a worlwide snake charmer!!! Cheers from Paris, keep up the great job.
that piano was added to that japanese opera-like singing right? amazing.
Big Up Gilles!
Expecting you here in Berlin!
Hope you get Mr. Herbert in session soon!
all the best
Kenny Burke - TUNE!!!
Drifted off to a peaceful sleep with that tune after Dizzy Galespie...wonderful music. Had a cigarette and have now woken to listen to some more good music.
queued forever to get in tonight but glad i made it to your full moon do gilles.
YES...another Sunday night; im drooling over the potential treats in store tonight
Long time listener - just wanted to say the show sounds tight!
Alright! I think i'm in love with Alice Russell; could you send her my love; thanks
Gilles, we can hear all the dust and crackles...great.
big shout to all ww crew around the globe .. i'm enjoying the finest tunes down here in buenos aires ..
absolutely evil version of Cubano chant. good show so far, really liked the opening track.
looks like the first comment of the show, why are these brownswood basements sooo good! that basement must be pretty deep!
just trying to rattle out a lecture for tommorow intuition verus rationality... should be about concept evaluation, but have decided to take it somewhere else after hear francy on da harpsichord
Bad piano tune man...gotta get this.
Gilles, you are the man! You´ve once again enlivened an otherwise rather glum and dull Sunday evening :-) Cheers!
good old brownswood. wicked gilles
+ 1 great sunday night with GP...
thanx from portugal!
its been a long time... always a pleasure ww crew
Got a bad cold Gilles, was about to drink my hot toddy and get to bed, but how can I now eh,
Big shout to all the Brownswood basement crew, these tunes are making me hot
easy mate...me and the wife are listening. Indra in the atl and me in ol blighty...rockin the isight.
loving the toons...you know i'll be hunting them down after... ;o)
Big all the peeps and the worldwide crew
It's the end of the world...don't you know that yet!?
The new heritage orchetras jingle is sounding pretty damn smooth. Thankyou Mr. Peterson once again for what sounds like a nice lineup, peace
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