Cover of Emerson, Lake & Palmer
the potentially good stuff
- Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Live at Nassau Coliseum '78. Includes the usual classical fare e.g. Fanfare for the Common Man, Pictures at an Exhibition, Maple Leaf Rag, Drum Solo etc.
- John Adams. Portrait. Angele Dubeauand Louise Bessette. Road Movies, John's Book of Alleged Dances, and Shaker Loops (septet version).
- John Abercrombie Quartet. Arcade. ECM Records from 1979.
- Mal Waldron and others. The Call. ECM from 1971.
- Doc Severinsen. Brand New Thing. Tonight Show trumpet player also from the seventies, although not on ECM.
- The Afro Blues Today
- Ton Koopman. Buxtehude: Chamber music vol. 2
- Walton & Bax & Elgar: Coronation Marches
- Nicola Benedetti. Tchaikovsky-Bruch Violin Concertos
- Janine Jansen. Beau Soir
- Ray Charles Sings the Beatles. I love it when 60s jazz stars cover rock tunes; not sure about this one though.
- Bootsy Collins. Don't Take My Funk
- Judy Garland. Movie Songs, Vol. 2. Includes my favorite, Dear Mr. Gable.
- Led Zeppelin for Babies. For baby boomers, maybe.
- Rony Seikaly. Let You Go - Part Three. As I recall, Seikaly was a basketball player.
- Superchrist. God Being Male Is So Last Season.
My 34 favorite tracks from last week's releases: