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Today we present our reviewers top 10 albums of the year, and we also invite you to vote in the annual New Ears Awards.

The nominations for the award were made from compiling the lists below. This year, the blog writers are voting on the same choices, but in a separate poll. The award winner for both polls will be announced on January 1st.

Here, by the way, is a little known fact: it is not a simple act to come up with a top 10 list. There is teeth gnashing, tears of frustration, and sleepless nights over the difficult decisions that must be made, and then there is the haunting thought that these decisions will never be perfect. Choices are made with fairness in mind, with deference to a balance of labels, musicians, the new and the old, and all the other things that we can think will help as we craft our lists. This of course is stacked up against all of the albums we didn't get to write about, let alone listen to, throughout the year. Our list of albums for review topped 1600 this year - a new record, of course.

Regardless, thank you all for being a part of the Free Jazz Collective and supporting improvised music in general. The creative music community is a small and everyone plays a part whether it as a musician, promoter, writer/critic, listener, concert-goes, consumer, or a bit of each.

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List are presented in alphabetical order by reviewer's last name:
Paul Acquaro

Daniel Boeker Tom Burris   I truly believe the top two records on my list will be around for a long time to come. They contain music for the ages (assuming we still have ages in front of us – which is a pretty large assumption at this point in history). We Yankees need something to be proud of right now and for me, it's pretty much just this one thing: . women artists fucking rule, dude.

  1. Nicole Mitchell – Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds (FPE, 2017)
    The world Mitchell has been slowly building comes to fruition – and it is astonishing. Absolutely essential for every reader of this blog.
  2. jaime branch – Fly or Die (International Anthem, 2017)
    Equally essential. It took a long time for branch to get here & maybe that's why her debut as a leader comes fully realized. A marvel of a record that doesn't take itself too seriously, even when it's smart as shit.
  3. Ivo Perelman & Matthew Shipp – The Art of Perelman/Shipp : Saturn (Leo Records, 2017)
    Possibly the new gold standard for duo recordings. Heaven.
  4. Wadada Leo Smith – Solo: Reflections & Meditations on Monk (TUM Records, 2017)
    The minimalism of Monk goes extreme, one note at a time. Smith plays these tunes on the trumpet sounding a bit like we do when we hum along to Monk records. It's better than us.
  5. Mette Rasmussen/Tashi Dorji/Tyler Damon – To the Animal Kingdom (Trost, 2017)
    The total fire sound clash that is Dorji & Damon adds Rasumussen to the inferno. What could go wrong? Nothing does – and that's the point.
  6. Hear In Now - Not Living in Fear (International Anthem, 2017)
    The best album so far by this incredible string trio.
  7. Vijay Iyer Sextet – Far From Over (ECM Records, 2017)
    Vijay is popular. This is a great disc.
  8. Jason Stein – Lucille! (Delmark, 2017)
    I couldn't have loved a Stein record more than 2011's The Story This Time – or so I thought.
  9. Rempis/Piet/Daisy – Hit the Ground Running (Aerophonic, 2017)
    Inspired performance from this Chicago trio. All proceeds of this download-only recording benefit Refugee One, “a local Chicago-based organization that creates opportunity for refugees fleeing war, terror, and persecution to build new lives of safety, dignity, and self-reliance.”
  10. Chamber 4 – City of Light (Clean Feed, 2017)
    Beautiful textures that move slowly and fold in on themselves perform a ballet solely for listening. Godspeed You! Dream Chamber.
    *Eve Risser & Kaja Draksler – To Pianos (Clean Feed, 2017)
    Risser & Draksler are joined at the brain and create the greatest horror movie soundtrack ever recorded. European women artists are pretty badass too.
Stuart Broomer Not really a “best of,” but recordings of special interest and quality. There’s no numerical order intended, but weddings and collisions of inner (embouchure, dialects, circuit boards) and outer worlds (a mausoleum, a cityscape, a nuclear plant) may be an underlying theme.

Troy Dostert Lee Rice Epstein
  1. Satoko Fujii Orchestra New York – Fukushima (Libra, 2017)
    As southern and central California were struck by horrible wild fires (the Thomas fire continues to spread as I write this), Satoko Fujii's incredible Fukushima arrived as the most relevant, and powerful, work of the year.
  2. Mette Rasmussen, Tashi Dorji, and Tyler Damon - To the Animal Kingdom (Trost, 2017)
    Damon and Dorji released a really great duo album last year, and with the addition of Rasmussen they reach stellar new heights.
  3. Ikue Mori - Obelisk (Tzadik, 2017)
    This one oddly seemed to fly under the radar, but the debut recording of Mori's Obelisk group (with Okkyung Lee, Jim Black and Sylvie Courvoisier) is a major event.
  4. Eve Risser & Kaja Draksler - To Pianos (Clean Feed, 2017)
    This pairing of two marvels of piano and prepared piano far exceeded any expectations I had. The best piano recording of the year.
  5. Kate Gentile - Mannequines (Skirl, 2017) An incredible debut filled with a baker’s dozen of Gentile’s knotty compositions.
  6. Rob Mazurek - Chimeric Stoned Horn (Astral Spirits, 2017)
    The splendid marriage of Mazurek and Marfa.
  7. jaimie branch - Fly or Die (International Anthem, 2017)
    We all know why, but especially for the “leaves of grass / the storm / waltzer” triptych.
  8. Laura Cannell - Hunter Huntress Hawker (Brawl, 2017) Ever the experimental improviser, Cannell recorded this album "in the semi ruined church of Covehithe, which sits on a fast eroding cliff on the Suffolk Coast.”
  9. Made to Break - Trébuchet (Trost, 2017)
    Passionate and daring, Made to Break's latest is amplified by Bob Weston's sharp production.
  10. Marcelo dos Reis - Cascas (Cipsela, 2017)
    Like a lot of artists on my list (Fujii, Mori, Risser, Draksler, Vandermark, Halvorson, Mazurek) dos Reis released multiple albums that could have made my list, but his first solo album remained the high water mark.
    *Sylvie Courvoisier & Mary Halvorson - Crop Circles (Relative Pitch, 2017)
    This duet appeared early in the year, but I just kept going back to it. Some of Halvorson’s finest playing on record.
    *Matt Mitchell plays Tim Berne - førage (Screwgun, 2017)
    Mitchell reimagines and completely reinvents Berne’s music.
Stef Gjissels
  1. The Dorf - Lux (Umland, 2017)
    overwhelming and massive
  2. Chamber 4 - City Of Light (Clean Feed, 2017)
    musical flock of starlings
  3. LAMA + Joachim Badenhorst - Metamorphosis (Clean Feed, 2017)
    dark lyricism
  4. Lina Allemano's Titanium Riot - Squish It! (Lumo Records, 2017)
    wonderful, destabilising and creative quartet
  5. Sirius - Acoustic Main Suite Plus the Inner One (Clean Feed, 2017)
    lyrical trumpet and percussion from Portugal 
  6. Lotte Anker - Plodi (Klopotec, 2017)
    only she can find this emotional depth in an alto
  7. Anemone - A Wing Dissolved In Light (No Business, 2017)
    super star band delivers new vision
  8. Alexandra Grimal, Benjamin Duboc, Valentin Ceccaldi - Bambu (Ayler, 2017)
    poetic, light of touch, sensitive
  9. Deniz Peeters & Simon Rose - Edith's Problem (Leo, 2017)
    intimate, scintillating and dark piano and baritone sax duo
  10. Microtub - Bite Of The Orange (Sofa, 2017) slight ripples of deep sounds from the north
Chris Haines
  1. Ruokangas-Estola-Roland – Self-Titled (Alba)
    ...This year’s surprise package…
  2. Oliwood – Euphoria (Enja)
    ...A great mix of improvisation and composed elements…
  3. Tim Berne’s Snakeoil – Incidentals (ECM) …The saxophonist explores an extended palette of colours…
  4. Carlos Bica & Azul– More Than This (Clean Feed) …A great album of understated beauty…
  5. Raoul Bjorkenheim Triad – Beyond (Eclipse Music) …A power trio with so much more…
  6. Michael Gregory Jackson – Spirit Signal Strata (Golden) …Amazing to hear this legend making explorative instrumentals again…
  7. Moster/Parker/Abrams/Herndon – Ran Do (Clean Feed)
    …Chicago meets Scandinavia and sounding decisively European...
  8. Philip Gibbs – Infinite Spirit Perfect Now (Environmental Studies) …A complex and interesting set of solo pieces…
  9. Mark Dresser – Modicana (NoBusiness)
    ...Some vibrant solo playing from this free music stalwart…
  10. Noel Akchote – Complete Recordings (plays Anthony Braxton) (Solo Series) …Just for the sheer audacity!…
Eyal Hareuveni Albums:

No attempt to summarize the best or the most important free-jazz, free-improv or free-whatever albums of 2017. Just another personal list of my favorite, free-spirited albums, in no specific order:
Honorable Mention:
Books:

Mats Gustafsson - Discaholics! Record Collector Confessions, Volume 1 (Marhaug Forlag) and John Corbett - Vinyl Freak: Love Letters to a Dying Medium (Duke University Press) Both books suggest some useful, therapeutic ideas for the many ones who struggle with this common addiction.
Rick Joines The musicians who made these albums know how to get out of the way when music desires to reveal its essence. Unshackled from preconceptions of composition and improvisation, they know the authenticity of the music—and of themselves as musicians—is more important than conforming to any definition of “free” or “jazz.” This is music without cliché or artifice. It does not exist to entertain—in the background or as a distraction. It often seems strange and unfamiliar, but when we slow down, it teaches us how to listen and how “to dwell within the truth that his happening in the work,” as Heidegger says. This music contemplates; it reflects, it thinks—and it sweeps us into its drift, transporting all of us out of the habitual mundane, beyond ourselves, up into the luminous.

Depending on the week, any of these albums could have been at the top of my 2017 list, so please hit “shuffle” and play.

Connor Kurtz So, 2017 in jazz and improvised music:
  1. Keith Rowe & Michael Pisaro - 13 Thirteen (Erstwhile Records)
    The 140 minute duo recording brings together one of the most prominent electroacoustic improvisers with one of the most prominent avant-garde contemporary composers to create a beast which takes liberally from both worlds, creating something fresh, exciting and massive. It's hard to say exactly what 13 Thirteen is trying to say, but it feels extremely important.
  2. William Parker & Stefano Scodanibbio - Bass Duo (Centering Records)
    This archived recording documents a performance by a jazz bassist with a minimalist composer bassist to create music that belongs to neither genre, but recalls clearly why the two are great.
  3. Johan Berthling, Martin Küchen & Steve Noble - Threnody, at the Gates (Trost Records)
    This album is simply some of the most exciting jazz I've heard in a while. It's abstract and multi-faceted, but constantly invigorating and powerful.
  4. Masahide Tokunaga - Bwoouunn: Fleeting Excitement (Ftarri)
    Japanese avant-garde saxophonist Masahide Tokunaga is one of the most original acoustic performers in the world right now, and this solo recording is his best yet.
  5. Yan Jun & Ben Owen - swimming salt 游泳的盐 (Organized Music From Thessaloniki)
    This minimal improvisation for electronics contains little more than tones and static, but is endlessly endearing in its movement and (very modern) interplay. Despite feeling so cold and lifeless, the nature of the improvisation maintains a sense of playfulness which keeps it from becoming an academic bore.
  6. Samo Salamon Sextet - The Colours Suite (Clean Feed)
    The Colours Suite is a live recording of a ton of avant-garde jazz fun. The sextet, which includes two drummers, perform masterfully, yet youthfully, and all get their own comfortably placed times to shine.
  7. suzueri & Fiona Lee - Ftarri de Solos (Ftarri)
    Ftarri de Solos is a split between Japanese improv newbies suzueri and Fiona Lee, and immediately proves them both to be some of the most worthwhile and innovative improvisers to follow in upcoming years.
  8. Toshimaru Nakamura & Martin Taxt - Listening to the footsteps of living ones who are still on the ground (Ftarri)
    Nakamura's famous no-input mixing board is used to process a live tuba performance from Martin Taxt, creating a complex mess of sound which often borders upon being harsh noise.
  9. Sam Sfirri & Taku Unami - zymology (Hibari Music) zymology is an hour of avant-garde ultra-reductionist improvisation by Sam Sfirri and Taku Unami, who spend more time crumpling paper and starting washing machines than they do playing their instruments. Although it is a fairly serious and conceptual work, it maintains a certain homeliness which grants some listenability.
  10. Ikue Mori - Obelisk (Tzadik)
    It's hard for me to imagine a modern jazz quartet more exciting than Ikue Mori, Jim Black, Sylvie Courvoisier and Okkyung Lee, and their music comes far from disappointing.
Non-jazz/improv album of the year:
 Gustav Lindqvist
  1. Gard Nilssen's Acoustic Unity - Live In Europe  – (Clean Feed Records, 2017)
    One of the true highlights for me this year. From a conceptual perspective it’s a very nice approach. 3 live concerts on 3 CD’s with the trio transforming into a quartet and quintet. Some songs are heard more than once which allows the listener to hear how these musicians treat material when additional instruments are added to the mix. But most importantly I absolutely adore how Nilssen and his energetic companions twist, turn and reinvent ideas. Fearless, bold and full of energy is the summary.
  2. Se Och Hör - Se Mig Hör Mig Känn Mig - (Signal And Sound Records, 2017) (Not reviewed on FJB, per December 13 – write-up in progress)
    Everything Anna Högberg is involved in seems to turn into gold. Se Och Hör (Watch And Listen) latest album Se Mig Hör Mig Känn Mig (See me, Hear me, Feel me) is no exception. Vibraphonist Mattias Ståhl makes this album something extra. An album full of life!
  3. James Blood Ulmer & The Thing – Baby Talk (Trost, 2017)
    This was not reviewed as a five star by yours truly, but maybe I was too conservative with my grade, being a new reviewer and all. Anyway, I keep returning to this album whenever I need an injection of untamed and raw free jazz. As I say; "Mats a day keeps the doctor away."
  4. Jaimie Branch - Fly Or Die (International Anthem, 2017)
    This is probably my favorite album this year in terms of how it’s been recorded. Dave Vettraino & David Allen has done a spectacular job, period. The music is to die for…or fly for. The title of this album is spot on. The music feels like it’s now or never. It needs to be captured and delivered or it’s going to be lost forever.
  5. Peter Evans / Agustí Fernandez / Mats Gustafsson — A Quietness of Water (Not Two Records, 2017)
    This is one scary album, yet I can’t stay away from listening a bit more. This is a completely new language for me and it’s mesmerizing!
  6. Martin Küchen - Lieber Heiland, Laß und Sterben (Sofa Music, 2017)
    Alone in a very old room in a cathedral, Küchen invites me to connect titles with sounds, to allow feelings to come and to go and to dare being alone.
  7. Ken Vandermark - Momentum 1: The Stone (Catalytic Sound, 2017)
    The giant Vandermark. What can one say that hasn’t been said already? This box is a delight from start to finish. It’s such a treat to have and to hear. A monumental release.
  8. Marker – Wired For Sound (Catalytic Sound, 2017)
    A new group with Vandermark! Freaky funky rock-n’-swing axed to pieces, chopped to bits, mowed down and then put back together.
  9. Albert Cirera / Hernâni Faustino / Gabriel Ferrandini / Agustí Fernández - Before The Silence (No Business Records, 2016)
    Vibrant, passionate and energetic, yet not without lyricism. This album is beautifully recorded and is full of interesting layers to dive into as a listener.
  10. Joe McPhee / Damon Smith / Alvin Fielder - Six Situations (Not Two Records, 2017)
    Free jazz and improvisation of the highest order. I love how this group moves in and out of structures and ideas without any restraints. The beat is always there, yet the group has no problem moving into individual excursions far out.
Eric McDowell David Menestres Like all lists, this one should be taken with a healthy dose of salt. This isn’t a reflection of the best albums released this year, it’s a reflection of the very small subset of that group that I actually managed to listen to. For instance, I still haven’t heard that Jamie Branch album that I’m sure will be on almost everyone else’s list. And about the ordering: it goes from solo performance to larger groups. I have no idea how to place these albums one above the other, this seemed like a good solution.

  1. Nate Wooley – The Complete Syllables Music (Pleasure of the Text Records)
    A deep and fascinating plunge into solo trumpet work, pushing the trumpet into new realms of being.
  2. Proprioception – Alex Ward (Weekertoft)
    My second favorite solo release of the year featuring one of the my favorite instruments, the clarinet, with and without amplification.
  3. William Parker & Stefano Scodanibbio – Bass Duo (Aum Fidelity) A one off meeting between two of the greatest bass players of the last fifty years.
  4. Leila Bordreuil & Zach Rowden – Hollow (No Rent Records)
    Bass and cello and cello and bass, with the greatest PR line I’ve ever seen: “For fans of Morton Feldman and Richard Ramirez alike.”
  5. Hear In Now – Not Living In Fear (International Anthem)
    The best trio I heard this year, refreshing and new. Looking forward to hearing this trio grow for many years to come.
  6. Han-earl Park, Dominic Lash, Mark Sanders, Caroline Pugh - Sirene 1009 (Buster and Friends)
    As I said in my review “a fierce, adventurous band that goes where most bands don’t.”
  7. Nicole Mitchell – Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds (FPE Records)
    The ever illuminating Mitchell blazing a path into the future.
  8. Roscoe Mitchell – Bells for the South Side (ECM)
    I decided there would only be one album per label and this is my favorite ECM release this year.
  9. Matt Mitchell – A Pouting Grimace (PI)
    One of the most ambitious albums of the year.
  10. Alice Coltrane - World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane (Luka Bop)
    The one reissue I listened to more than anything else. 
Nicola Negri Fotis Nikolakopoulos
  1. ANEMONE - A Wing Dissolved In Light (NoBusiness, 2017)
    Ego-less, collective improvisation at it's best
  2. CARTER/GUERINNAU - Couleur De L'Exil (Improvising Beings, 2017) A dramatic and impressive dialogue
  3. Tony Conrad - Ten Years Alive On The Infinite Plain (Superior Viaduct, 2017)
    The best archival recording of 2017. is deeply missed
  4. Neuköllner Modelle : Denzler, Grip, Johansson, V. Schlippenbach ‎– Sektion 3-7 (Umlaut, 2017) Looking into the future through the past
  5. Akira Sakata & Manuel Mota & Giovanni Di Domenico & Mathieu Calleja ‎– Jomon (Holidays Records, 2017)
    Sakata's fire is always strong, even with new but fine artists
  6. Mama Luma - s/t (Krapp's Tapes/noise below, 2017)
    Lo-fi, noise, free jazz, piano music, whatever
  7. David S. Ware Trio ‎– Live In New York, 2010 (AUM Fidelity, 2017) David S. Ware is not from the past, but comes from the future
  8. Nicole Mitchell ‎– Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds (FPE Records, 2017)
    A holistic vision of contemporary black music
  9. Yves Charuest, Agusti Fernandez, Nicolas Caloia, Peter Valsamis ‎– Stir (tour de bras, 2017)
    Out of the blue, one of the best quartets of 2017
  10. Sun Ra And His Arkestra Featuring Pharoah Sanders and Black Harold - s/t (Superior Viaduct, 2017)
    The burning saxophone of Pharoah added to a collective that had no boundaries
Antonio Poscic
  1. Irreversible Entanglements - Irreversible Entanglements (International Anthem, 2017)
  2. Nicole Mitchell - Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds (FPE, 2017)
  3. Jaimie Branch - Fly or Die (International Anthem, 2017)
  4. Isabelle Duthoit & Franz Hautzinger - Lily (Relative Pitch, 2017)
  5. Kate Gentile - Mannequins (Skirl, 2017)
  6. Hear In Now - Not Living in Fear (International Anthem, 2017)
  7. Satoko Fujii Orchestra Tokyo - Peace (Libra, 2017)
  8. Áine O’Dwyer - Gallarais (MIE, 2017)
  9. Eve Risser and Kaja Draksler - To Pianos (Clean Feed, 2017)
  10. Mary Halvorson Quartet - Paimon: The Book of Angels Volume 32 (Tzadik, 2017)
“I can’t believe I still have to protest this fucking shit.” That’s the thought that marked 2017, a year which saw the resurgence of reactionary forces and a rapid social regression on both global and local scales. As usual, women’s rights were the first to be swept up in the turmoil spawned by the threatened status quo of patriarchy. In the world of jazz, this ludicrous fragility of masculinity was betrayed as two prominent jazz musicians nonchalantly portrayed women as mere objects bedazzled by the music of virile men.

It’s only fitting then for my top 10 of such a year to be dominated by female-lead acts which crafted exhilarating music. Mary Halvorson’s quartet closed John Zorn’s Book of Angels songbook with one of its best entries. Eve Risser, Kaja Draksler, Satoko Fujii, and Áine O’Dwyer spoiled us with their continued musical triumphs. Hear in Now with Tomeka Reid, Silvia Bolognesi, and Mazz Swift flowed between free jazz/improv, modern composition, and folk. Isabelle Duthoit showcased her amazing vocal expressiveness, while Kate Gentile and Jaimie Branch stepped up into the limelight with two potent debuts. But it was Nicole Mitchell and Irreversible Entanglements with Camae Ayewa (aka Moor Mother) that created this year’s masterpieces, their afrofuturism-imbued, philosophically and politically charged music connecting the past, present, and future, warning us and showing us the path forward.

Martin Schray Best album that doesn’t fit in our categories:
Best show:
Martin Selkelsky  Dan Sorrells This was another excellent year for music, and choosing just ten albums was difficult. I could easily have doubled or tripled this list, which certainly exceeds the scope of “free jazz,” but contains music I think can be appreciated by many readers. In no particular order:

Not listed but could have been included: work by Mike Majkowski, Carl Ludwig Hübsch, Richard Chartier, Lea Bertucci, Angles 9, Michael Pisaro, Delphine Dora & Sophie Cooper, any of several albums by Marcelo dos Reis, Vasco Trilla, Agustí Fernández, Ernesto Rodrigues, the list goes on and on…
Derek Stone

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Bob Brookmeyer Tenor YouTube Transcription by Mauro Guenza. In C (concert) key. Bb version available as video. Al Cohn Zoot Case No Problem Tenor Charles McNeal Alfonzo Blackwell Everytime I Cry Soprano Sax-Shed Alfonzo Blackwell Funky Shuffle Reflections Soprano Sax-Shed Alfonzo Blackwell Passion Soprano Sax-Shed Alfonzo Blackwell Spiritual Love Soprano Sax-Shed Alvin Batiste Bat’s Blues Late/Columbia Record Clarinet Casa Valdez Studio Transcription by Mark Sowlakis. Audio is available. Andrew Speight Tell Me Marsalis Music Honors Jimmy Cobbs Alto Charles McNeal Andy Snitzer Blue Train Sugar Tenor Charles McNeal Andy Snitzer I Got Rhythm I Got Rhythm (Manhattan Jazz Quintet) Tenor Charles McNeal Andy Snitzer Next Time You See Me Ties That Bind Tenor Sax-Shed Antonio Hart Jessica’s Day Don’t You Know I Care Alto Charles McNeal Antonio Hart Work Song Tokyo Sessions (Roy Hargrove) Alto Charles McNeal Archie Shepp In A Mellow Blues On Green Dolphin Street Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. For Eb instruments. Arnett Cobb Exactly Like You Moving Right Along Tenor Charles McNeal Arnett Cobb Smooth Sailing The Wild Man From Texas Tenor Randy Hunter Arnett Cobb Sometimes I’m Happy More Party Time Tenor Charles McNeal Art Pepper Anthropology Art Pepper + Eleven ‘Modern Jazz Classics’ Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Michel Weber Art Pepper Bird’s Works Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Corinne Juillerat Art Pepper Groovin’ High Art Pepper + Eleven Alto Charles McNeal Art Pepper Holiday Flight The Art of Pepper Alto Scooby-Sax Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Art Pepper Red Pepper Blues Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section Alto Charles McNeal Art Pepper Star Eyes Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Mauriozio Bionda Art Pepper Star Eyes Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section Alto Charles McNeal Art Pepper Stompin’ At The Savoy Free Wheeling Alto Soufflant EJMA Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Art Pepper The Way You Look Tonight Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Art Pepper Too Close For Comfort The Complete Aladdin Sessions Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Mauriozio Bionda Art Pepper What Is This Thing Called Love Modern Art Alto Scooby-Sax Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Art Pepper You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Corinne Juillerat Art Pepper You’d Be So Nice To Come Home (page 2 , 3 ) Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Art Pepper You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section Alto Transcription Hub Video version is available. Art Pepper Zenobia Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Barney Bigard Duke’s Place Clarinet OBM Jazz Transcription by Olivier Boyer-Masutti. Barney Bigard Mood Indigo Clarinet Gumbo Clarinet Mark Sowlakis Barney Willen All The Things You Are Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Curtis Swift ( ) Ben Goldberg Blind Paper Dragon The Sad Machinery of Spring Clarinet So Killing,Man! Trascription by Cory Grossman. Eb , C (concert key), A , bass clef versions and analysis with audio file are available. Ben Schachter Lullaby of The Leaves Land of Shadow Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Ben Doherty. Eb , C (concert key), bass clef versions and analysis with audio file are available. Ben Webster Better Go Ben and Sweets (with Harry “Sweets”Edison) Tenor Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. MP3 file is available. Ben Webster Cottontail Three Great Swing Saxophones Tenor Sax-Shed Transcription by David Pope Ben Webster Cottontail Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Ben Doherty. Eb , C (concert key), bass clef versions and analysis with audio file are available. Ben Webster How Deep Is The Ocean Meets Oscar Peterson Tenor Kevin Sun Eb and C (concert) versions are available. Ben Webster Our Love Is Here To Stay See You After The Fair Tenor Charles McNeal Ben Webster Perdido Complete 1943-1952 Small Group Recordings Tenor Charles McNeal Bennie Wallace Straight No Chaser Bennie Wallace Plays Monk Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Beh Doherty. Analysis with video of solo are available. Benny Carter Honeysuckle Rose Further Definitions Alto Charles McNeal Benny Carter Saint Louis Blues Billie Holiday with Benny Carter and his All-Stars Band Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Michel Weber Benny Carter When Day Is Done Alto Le Saxophone Transcription by Alexandre Litwak. Bb version is available. Benny Golson It Could Happen to You Tenor Charles McNeal Benny Golson Killer Joe Tenor Ed Ulman Bass clef Benny Golson November Afternoon The Jazztet at Birdhouse Tenor Transcription Hub Transcription by Mike Tomasiak. Benny Goodman AC-DC Current Clarinet Mark Sowlakis Benny Goodman At Sundown Complete Capitol Trios Clarinet Mahatma Candy Project Transcription by Tom Saul. C (concert key) version is available. Benny Goodman Blue (And Broken Hearted) Complete Capitol Trios Clarinet Mahatma Candy Project Transcription by Tom Saul. C (concert key) version is available. Benny Goodman Seven Come Eleven Clarinet Mark Sowlakis Bill Clinton President Bill Clinton’s 1993 inaugural sax solo Tenor Dan Higgins MP3 file is available. Bill Evans Fat Time Soprano Continuum Bill Perkins Star Eyes Lennie Niehaus,Vol. 4:The Quintets &Strings Tenor Scooby-Sax Eb and C (concert key) versions are available. Bill Pierce Cheryl Album of the Year (Art Blakey) Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. For Eb instruments. Bill Pierce Come Rain Or Come Shine Equilateral Tenor Charles McNeal Bill Pierce MS . Album of the Year (Art Blakey) Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. For Eb instruments. Bill Pierce That’s All Everything I Love (James Williams) Tenor Loren Weisbrod Billy Harper Speedball Intensity (Charles Earland) Tenor Charles McNeal Billy Tolles Manteca Chapulteset Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Amran Lullaby of Birdland (home recording) Tenor Bob Berg 3rd Street Blues Eastern Rebellion 3 (Cedar Walton) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg All Your Words Lite Flite (Kenny Drew) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Andalusia Far Out (Antonio Faraò) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Angel In The Night Cedar Waldron –Third Set Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Angles Enter the Spirit Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Autumn Leaves In the Shadows Tenor Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Adrien Espinouze Bob Berg Before You Visitation (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Blue Goo The Jazztime Superband Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Blue Goo Jazz Time Superband Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Blue Monk Cedar Walton Quartet –Third Set Tenor Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Eddie Saudrais. Bob Berg Blue Samba Embarkation (John McNeil) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Blue Silver Something in Common (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Blue Train Cedar Waldron –Second Set Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Blue’s Changes &Things (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Blues For Fela Enter the Spirit Tenor Rodolfo Varani The theme is also available Bob Berg Bob’s Blues Live at Open Music Jazz Club (personal recording) Tenor JazzItalia Transcription by Orazio Maugeri. MP3 file is available Bob Berg Bolivia Cedar Waldron –Third Set Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Bolivia Something in Common (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Bossa Mood Lite Flite (Kenny Drew) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Cedar’s Blues Cedar Walton Quintet Live Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Chromazone YouTube video Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Clock Wise Soweto (Billy Higgins) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Clock Wise Eastern Rebellion 3 (Cedar Walton) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Del Sasser Visitation (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Dirty Dogs Jazz Time Superband Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Every Man Is A King Something in Common (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Fiesta Espanola From an Eastern Rebellion concert in Civitanova Marche Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Fiesta Espanola Cedar Walton Quintet Live Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg For My Friend Far Out (Antonio Faraò) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Friday Night at the Cadillac Club The Jazz Times Superband Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Giant Steps ABQ ( Gerald Gradwohl ) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Hand In Glove Never published before,from a Eastern Rebellion concert in Civitanova Marche Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Humpty Dumpty YouTube video Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg I Didn’t Know What Time It Was Cedar Waldron –Second Set Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg I Thought About You The Truth (Niels Lan Doky) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg In The Shadows In The Shadows Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. The Eb version is avalaible. Bob Berg Jazz Lament The Forbidden Zone (Tom Coster) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Kalimba Short Stories Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. Includes David Sanborn’s solo. For Eb instruments. Bob Berg Latin America Soundscapes (Cedar Walton) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Laverne Walk Changes &Things (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Lite Flite Lite Flite (Kenny Drew) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Loose Ends YouTube video Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Manteca Eastern Rebellion 4 (Cedar Walton) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Miss Morgan Changes &Things (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani The theme is also available Bob Berg Never Will I Marry Virtual Reality Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. For Eb instruments. Bob Berg No Moe Enter the Spirit Tenor Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Adrien Espinouze Bob Berg No Moe Enter The Spirit Tenor Mario Haltinner Eb version is available. Bob Berg No Trouble Another Standard Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. Bob Berg Off Minor Cedar Waldron –First Set Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Ojos De Rojo Eastern Rebellion 2 (Cedar Walton) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Oleo The Jazztimes Superband Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Only You Lite Flite (Kenny Drew) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Pink Lady Reflecting Times (Klaus Sounsaari) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Precious Lady Lite Flite (Kenny Drew) Tenor Rodolfo Varani The theme is also available Bob Berg Rhythm-A- Ning Cedar Waldron –Third Set Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Rhythm-A- Ning The Maestro (Cedar Walton &Abbey Lincoln) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Second Sight Enter the Spirit Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Seven Steps To Heaven Far Out (Antonio Faraò) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Seven Steps To Heaven Far Out (Antonio Faraò) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Silverado Back Roads Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. The Eb version is avalaible. Bob Berg Silverado Jazz Time Superband Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Softly,As In A Morning Sunrise YouTube video Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Something In Common Something in Common (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg St. Thomas Eastern Rebellion 4 (Cedar Walton) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg Stablemates Changes and Things (Sam Jones) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Berg Stablemates Changes and Things (Sam Jones) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg The Crossing In The Shadows Tenor Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. The Eb and C (concert key) versions are avalaible. Bob Berg Yesterday Lite Flite (Kenny Drew) Tenor Rodolfo Varani Bob Berg You And The Night And The Music Tenor Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt (Eb transposition)). Bob Kenmotsu Punjab The Joe Henderson Songbook Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Malach Help the Poor YouTube video ) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Malach Moment’s Notice Kozo (Kozo Suganuma) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Malach Too Hot To Touch Too Hot To Touch (Ben Sidran) Tenor Roman Chwalinski Bob Malach You Don’t Know What Love Is The Searcher Tenor Charles McNeal site Transcription by Friedrich Kullmann Bob Mintzer Blue Train GRP All-Stars Big Band Tenor Darcy Hepner RealAudio file is available Bob Mintzer Clair’s Song YouTube video EWI Nicholas M. Reilingh Bob Mintzer Duo (page 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 ) Hymn (with Peter Erskine) Tenor JazzItalia Transcription by Orazio Maugeri. MP3 file is available,with a slowed down version. Bob Mintzer Giant Steps Twin Tenors Tenor Adam Roberts Includes Michael Brecker’s solo. Solo analysis is available. Bob Mintzer Giant Steps Twin Tenors Tenor Jazz- Transcription by Adam Roberts. Includes Michael Brecker’s solo. The web site requires registration. Bob Mintzer Giant Steps Twin Tenors Tenor Charles McNeal site Transcription by Friedrich Kullmann Bob Mintzer Impressions YouTube video Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Mintzer Listen Here Tenor Kenyon Carter Bob Mintzer Little Motif Hymn Tenor Petri Krzywacki Bob Mintzer Runferyerlife The Hunson Project Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Mintzer The Chicken YouTube video ) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Mintzer The Song Is You One Music Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Mintzer There Is No Greater Love First Steps (Bob Lark) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Mintzer Up From New Orleans Club Nocturne (YellowJackets) Tenor JazzItalia Transcription by Gaetano Cristofaro. MP3 file is available. Bob Reynolds Out of Nowhere YouTube video Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Ben Doherty. Eb , C (concert key), bass clef versions and analysis with audio file are available. Bob Reynolds Vultures YouTube video Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Ben Doherty. Eb , C (concert key), bass clef versions and analysis with audio file are available. Bob Sheppard It Already Happened lava Jazz (Lounge Art Ensamble) Tenor Charles McNeal Bob Sheppard The First Circle The Music of Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays (Bob Curnow) Soprano Transcription Hub Transcription by Maksym Grynchuk. Bobby Jaspar Milestones Memories of Dick Tenor Charles McNeal Audio is available Bobby Jaspar Naptown . J is for Jazz () Tenor Charles McNeal Bobby Keys Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones album) Tenor Transcription’s Pool Bobby Militello Take The “A”Train Double Live from the USA and UK (Dave Brubeck) Alto Colin Campbell Bobby Watson Conservation YouTube video (George Coleman Octet) Alto Eric Oatts In C (concert) key. Bobby Watson Convervation Conservation (George Coleman Octet) Alto Eric Oatts In C (concert) key. Booker Ervin All The Things You Are The Song Book Tenor Charles McNeal Brad Leali But Not For Me On Track (Grover Mitchell) Alto Charles McNeal Brad Leali Puddin’ Time .’s Time (with Claus Raible) Alto Charles McNeal Brandon Fields Diggin’On James Brown Souled Out (Tower of Power) Tenor Eddie Rich Includes audio file. Brandon Fields I’ll Remember … Fields and Strings Alto Charles McNeal Branford Marsalis A Night In Tunisia Killer Joe (Art Blakey and George Kuwaguchi) Alto Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. Branford Marsalis An Englishman In New York Nothing Like the Sun (Sting) Soprano Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Yves Lefranc Branford Marsalis Cain and Abel The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born Tenor Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. Includes Wynton Marsalis’score. MP3 file is available. Branford Marsalis Citadel Reinassance Soprano Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Charles Schneider. Branford Marsalis I Was Brought To My Senses Mercury Falling (Sting) Soprano clmbrdude MP3 file, Eb and C (concert key) versions are available. Branford Marsalis In The Door In The Door (Joey Calderazzo) Tenor Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Charles Schneider. Branford Marsalis In The Crease Contemporary Jazz Tenor Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. MP3 file is available. Branford Marsalis Mo’ Better Blues Mo’ Better Blues soundtrack Tenor Continuum Branford Marsalis No Sidestepping Scenes in the City Tenor Loren Weisbrod Branford Marsalis Strike Up The Band Young Man and Olos (Ed Thigpen) Tenor Charles McNeal Branford Marsalis Well You Needn’t Killer Joe (Art Blakey and George Kuwaguchi) Alto Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. Branford Marsalis Yes And No Random Abstract Tenor Charles McNeal Branford Marsalis Yes Or No (page 2 , 3 ) Tenor Continuum Brew Moore Laverne Walk Svinget 14 Tenor Charles McNeal Brew Moore Them Three Eyes The Brew Moore Quintet Tenor Charles McNeal Brian Scanlon East Coast Envy Act Your Age (Gordon Goodwin) Tenor Transcription Hub Transcription by Thomas Voss. Video version is available. Bruce Johnstone A Simple Wish House of Relics (Kelly Bucheger) Bari Kelly Bucheger Audio file is available. Bruce Johnstone Stay Loose With Bruce . Horn 4 &5 –Live at Jimmy’s Bari Jazz Bari Sax Transcription by Gabe Katell. Bud Shank Theme (Blues) The Bud Shank Quartet feat. Claude Williamson Alto Charles McNeal Buddy DeFranco All The Things You Are I Hear Benny Goodman and Artie Show Clarinet Mark Sowlakis Buddy DeFranco Deep Purple Clarinet Mark Sowlakis Buddy DeFranco Giant Steps Chicago Fire (with Terry Gibbs) Clarinet Mark Sowlakis Bunky Green Step High Step High Alto Charles McNeal Candy Dulfer Bird Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Michelle Numes Brito Cannonball Adderley A Little Taste The Summer of “55” Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Arriving Soon The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Plus Alto Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. MP3 file is available. Cannonball Adderley Au Privave The Poll Winners Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Au Privave Cannonball Adderley and the Poll Winners Alto Eddie Rich Includes audio file. Cannonball Adderley Autumn Leaves An Orderly Evolution Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Cannonball Adderley Autumn Leaves (page 2 , 3 , 4 ) (1963 version) Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Cannonball Adderley Autumn Leaves (page 2 , 3 ) (1960 version) Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Cannonball Adderley Autumn Leaves (page 2 , 3 , 4 ) (1958 version) Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Cannonball Adderley Awful Mean (page 2 , 3 ) Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Includes the theme. Cannonball Adderley Blues Oriental Alto Transcription’s Pool Cannonball Adderley Blues for Bohemia In the Land of Hi-Fi with Julian Cannonball Adderley Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Congo Mulence Kenya Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Corcovado ’58 Miles (Miles Davis) Alto JazzItalia Transcription by Paolo Mannelli. MP3 file is available,with a slowed down version. Cannonball Adderley Corcovado (Take 2) Alto So Killing,Man! Transcription by Jason Fabus. Bb and C (concert key) versions,and audio file are available. Cannonball Adderley Corcovado Cannonball’s Bossa Nova Alto JazzItalia Transcription by Paolo Mannelli. MP3 file (with slowed down version) is available. Cannonball Adderley Dat Dere Alto Transcription’s Pool Transcription by Bobby Timmons Cannonball Adderley Dat Dere Them Dirty Blues Alto Le Saxophone In C (concert key) Cannonball Adderley Del Sasser Them Dirty Blues Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Cannonball Adderley Dr Jekyll (page 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ) Milestone (Miles Davis) Alto Continuum Includes John Coltrane’s solo Cannonball Adderley Ease It Go Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Ease It (page 3 ) Just Friends (with Paul Chambers) Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Includes the theme. Page 2 is missing. Cannonball Adderley Easy To Love Alto Sax-Shed Transcription by David Olmstead Cannonball Adderley Flamenco Sketches Alto Transcription’s Pool Cannonball Adderley Freddie Freeloader (page 2 , 3 ) Kind of Blue Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Cannonball Adderley Grand Central Cannonball Adderley Quintet in Chicago Alto Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. Includes John Coltrane’s solo. MP3 file is available. Cannonball Adderley Groovin’ High Things Are Getting Better Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Hi-Fly Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francesco Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Cannonball Adderley Hold It! Back Door Plus Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Cannonball Adderley Hurricane Connie Shearing/Cannonball Quintets in Newport Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley I Got Rhythm The Original Jazz Masters,vol. 3 disc 3 Alto Samir Kambarov Cannonball Adderley I’m On My Way Why Am I Treated So Bad Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Cannonball Adderley If This Isn’t Love Cannonball Takes Charges Alto Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. MP3 file is available. Cannonball Adderley If This Isn’t Love Cannonball Takes Charges Alto Practice Portal Transcription by James Mahone. MP3 file is available. Cannonball Adderley I’ll Remember April Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley I’ll Remember April (radio performance) Alto Charles McNeal File audio is avalable. Cannonball Adderley I’m On My Way (page 2 , 3 ) Why Am I Treated So Bad Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Cannonball Adderley I’ve Told Ev’ry Little Star Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley Limehouse Blues Limehouse Blues (with John Coltrane) Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley Love For Sale ’58 Miles (Miles Davis) Alto JazzItalia Transcription by Marco Guidolotti. MP3 file is available,with a slowed down version. Cannonball Adderley Love for Sale Alto Mind for Music Transcription by Tom Abbott. Cannonball Adderley Mini Mama Alto graham Cannonball Adderley Minority Alto Jazz- Web site requires registration Cannonball Adderley Never Will I Marry Cannonball Adderley and the Poll Winners Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley On Green Dolphin Street (page 2 ) ’58 Sessions Alto Kevin Sun Cannonball Adderley Poor Butterfly Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley Sid’s Ahead Milestones (Miles Davis) Alto John McGann Cannonball Adderley Sleeping Bee Cannonball Presents Nancy Wilson Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley So What (page 2 ) Kind of Blue Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Cannonball Adderley Spectacular Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley Spectacular Sessions,Live Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Spontaneous Combustion Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francesco Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Star Eyes Cannonbal Adderley Quintet Plus Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Straight,No Chaser Newport Jazz Festival Alto Includes solos by Miles Davis,John Coltrane,and Cannonball Adderley. Cannonball Adderley Striaght No Chaser Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francesco Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley The Old Country Nancy Wilson &Cannonball Adderley Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley The Song Is You Julian “Cannonball” Adderley Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley The Sticks Live in Japan Alto Saxopedia Transcription by Thomas Høeg-Jensen. Cannonball Adderley Things Are Getting Better Things Are Getting Better Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley This Here Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francesco Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Unit 7 Nancy Wilson &Cannonbal Adderley Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Val’s Blues Here Comes Louis Smith (Louis Smith) Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Waltz For Debby Know What I Mean Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Well You Needn’t Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley What Is This Thing Called Love Cannonbal Adderley Quintet at the Lighthouse Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Cannonball Adderley With Apologies To Oscar The Summer of “55” Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Work Song YouTube video Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cannonball Adderley Work Song (take 3) Them Dirty Blues Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Work Song (take 4) Them Dirty Blues Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley Work Song YouTube video Alto Charles McNeal Cannonball Adderley Yardbird Suite Bird Watching Alto Giles Miton RealAudio file, Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Cannonball Adderley You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To Alto Scribd Transcription by Mark Halberstadt Cecil Payne Cool Blues Performing Charlie Parker Music Bari Jazz Bari Sax Transcription by Aaron Lington. Cecil Payne Groovin’High Patterns of Jazz Bari Charles McNeal Charles McPherson East Of The Sun (1st chorus) Alto clmbrdude MP3 file and C (concert key) version are available. Charles McPherson I Should Care Horizons Alto Charles McNeal Charles McPherson Lynn’s Grins (page 2 ) Alto Bob Hartig Charles McPherson Si Si Bebop Revisited Alto Charles McNeal Charles McPherson The Good Life From This Moment On Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Kohlhase His Tulips Were Soft As Berries Life Overflowing Alto Andrew Frankhouse C (concert key) version is also available. Charlie Mariano Quartet Shelly Manne and His Men Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Mauriozio Bionda Charlie Mariano Three Little Words Charlie Mariano Plays Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker 52nd St. Theme The Complete Live Performances on Savoy Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker After You’ve Gone Bird Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Pascal Thouvenin Charlie Parker All The Things You Are Jazz at the Massey Hall Alto Charlie Parker Anthropology International Jam Session Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker Au Privave Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Pascal Thouvenin. An arrangement for 5 saxes (with MP3 file) is available Charlie Parker Bird Feathers Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Pascal Thouvenin Charlie Parker Bird of Paradise Alto JazzItalia Transcription by Fabio Perina. MP3 file is available. Improvisation on “All The Things You Are”chords. Charlie Parker Bloomdido Alto Jazz- Web site requires registration Charlie Parker Blues for Alice Alto Learn Jazz Standards Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Charlie Parker Carvin’the Bird (alternate take) The Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings (1944-1948) Alto Scooby-Sax Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Charlie Parker Carvin’the Bird The Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings (1944-1948) Alto Scooby-Sax Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Charlie Parker Cheers Charlie Parker’s New Stars Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker Cherokee Alto Brent Struntzner Transcription by Curtis Swift ( ) Charlie Parker Cheryl (page 2 , 3 ) Early Bird Alto Kevin Sun Charlie Parker Compulsion (page 2 ) Collectors’Item Tenor Kevin Sun Audio file is available. Charlie Parker Confirmation The Complete Live Performances on Savoy Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker Confirmation (page 2 ) Verve Master Edition –Charlie Parker Alto Continuum In C (concert key). Charlie Parker Cool Blues The Complete Carnegie Hall Performances:Disc 3 Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker Dizzy Atmosphere Charlie Parker:The complete Savoy and Dial Studio Recordings Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker Donna Lee Alto YouTube Transcription by Daniel Vasey. PDF version is available. Charlie Parker Don’t Blame Me The Complete Savoy Recordings –1944-1948 Alto JazzItalia Transcription by Paolo Mannelli. MP3 file is available,with a slowed down version. Charlie Parker Groovin’ High The Complete Savoy Live Recordings Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker I Didn’t Know What Time It Was Charlie Parker with Strings Alto Sax-Shed Transcription by David Pope Charlie Parker Just Friends Parker with Strings Alto Charlie Parker Just Friends April in Paris Alto Scribd Transcription by Ann Christin Næss. Charlie Parker . Blues The Essential Charlie Parker Alto Jazz- Web site requires registration. Charlie Parker Love For Sale The Verve Jazz Masters 28 Alto Brent Struntzner Transcription by Jeff Hackett Charlie Parker Moose The Mooche (take 1) Charlie Parker:The Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings 1944-1948 Alto Scooby-Sax Bb and C (concert key) versions are available Charlie Parker Oh Lady Be Good Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Pascal Thouvenin Charlie Parker Ornithology Alto Jazz- Web site requires registration Charlie Parker Ornithology (take 3) The Complete Savoy and Dial Studio Recordings Alto Charles McNeal It isn’t the version included in Charlie Parker’s Omnibook Charlie Parker Ornithology Alto Bob Hartig Charlie Parker Parker’s Mood Alto Corey Kendrick Charlie Parker Perdido (from Dean Benedetti recordings) Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker Relaxin’at Camarillo (Take A) The Complete Dial Sessions Alto Eddie Rich Includes audio file. Also see the comparison of all four takes. Charlie Parker Relaxin’at Camarillo (Take C) The Complete Dial Sessions Alto Eddie Rich Includes audio file. Also see the comparison of all four takes. Charlie Parker Relaxin’at Camarillo (Take D) The Complete Dial Sessions Alto Eddie Rich Includes audio file. Also see the comparison of all four takes. Charlie Parker Relaxin’at Camarillo (Take E) The Complete Dial Sessions Alto Eddie Rich Includes audio file. Also see the comparison of all four takes. Charlie Parker Relaxin’ At Camarillo Charlie Parker:The Complete Savoy and Dial Recordings 1944-1948 Alto Scooby-Sax Bb and C (concert key) versions are available. Charlie Parker Scrapple From The Apple Alto South Carolina School of Music Transcription by Bert Ligon. Version in C (concert key). Charlie Parker Scrapple From The Apple Bird and Miles Alto JazzItalia Transcription by Marcello Zappatore. Version in C (concert key). MP3 file is available,with a slowed down version. Charlie Parker She Rote Genius of Bebop Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Giles Miton. Includes Bb and C (concert key) versions. Charlie Parker Star Eyes Verve (sessione 17/1/1951) Alto Charlie Parker Steeplechase The Savoy Recordings Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Giles Miton. The Bb version is available. Fixes a few mistakes found in Charlie Parker’s Omnibook. Charlie Parker Sweet Georgia Brown Alto Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Pascal Thouvenin Charlie Parker Swingmatism Alto Le Saxophone Charlie Parker White Christmas The Complete Live Performances on Savoy Alto Charles McNeal Charlie Parker White Christmas (page 2 , 3 ) Early Bird Alto Kevin Sun Charlie Rouse Bye-Ya Monk’s Dream (Thelonious Monk) Tenor Jamie Breiwick C (concert key) is available. Charlie Rouse Green Chimneys (page 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 ) Underground (Thelonious Monk) Alto Kevin Sun Charlie Rouse Rhythm A Ning Tenor Soufflant EJMA Transcription by Marc Juffer. Charlie Rouse Samba De Orfeu Bossanova Baccahanal Tenor Charles McNeal Charlie Rouse Upptankt Takin’ Care of Business Tenor Charles McNeal Chris Hunter Giant Steps YouTube video Alto Charles McNeal Chris Hunter It Don’t Mean a Thing Hey Duke (David Matthew) Alto Charles McNeal Chris Potter All The Things You Are Tenor bendohertyjazz Chris Potter All The Things You Are (masterclass at Youngstown University) Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Ben Doherty. C (concert key) version, analysis with audio file are available. Chris Potter Amsterdam Blues Unspoken Tenor Charles McNeal Chris Potter Anthropology Diggin’ In –Diggin’ Out (Tom Cohen) Tenor Charles McNeal Chris Potter Black Nile Brandyn Tenor Saxopedia Transcription by Jason Michael Smith. Chris Potter Body And Soul Legends of Jazz:The Tenors Tenor South Carolina School of Music Transcription by Kevin Jones Chris Potter Boogie Stop Shuffle Pure Tenor So Killing,Man! Trascription by Ben Doherty. Analysis with audio file are available. Chris Potter Chief Seattle Song for Everyone Tenor Steve Neff Transcription by Corey Armstrong Chris Potter Confirmation (Web lesson at ArtistShare ) Tenor Adam Roberts Chris Potter Ducks in a Row Uncertain Living (Ben and John Betton) Tenor Ben Britton Eb , C (concert key) versions, MP3 file,and solo analysis are available. Chris Potter Early Autumn Not Just Another Pretty Bass (Jim Ferguson) Tenor Petri Krzywacki Chris Potter Giant Steps YouTube video Tenor Charles McNeal site Transcription by Marcos Aldana Chris Potter I’m Getting Sentimental Over You Million To One (Steve Million) Tenor Charles McNeal Chris Potter Invisible Man Traveling Mercies Tenor Le Saxophone Transcription by Léo Darras. In C (concert key) Chris Potter New Year Unity Band (Pat Metheny) Tenor Adam Roberts C (concert) version and solo analysis are available. Chris Potter


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