Gilles Peterson – The Deep End Mix

Science dropped by Martini & Jopparelli. May-18-2010

A post for the Jazz lovers. You don’t like Jazz music? You think it’s boring? Maybe all you need is someone to present you the right tunes, the ones you can’t go wrong with. So let’s follow Gilles Peterson in this entrancing journey. Let’s get deep!

“Gilles and friends celebrate the life of Steve Reid at Cafe Oto in London this Sunday 16th May for a special Steve Reid Memorial Session. Come down and pay your respects to a true legend! Gilles put this mix together in tribute to the great man – enjoy!”

The Deep End Mix

01 – max roach – motherless child (atlantic)
02 – leroy vinegar – doing that thing (joy)
03 – stanley cowell – travelling man (arista)
04 – mary lou williams – free spirits (steeplechase)
05 – music inc – wilpan’s walk (strata east)
06 – bobby jackson – paul’s akr (ninth note)
07 – dewey redman – for eldon (freedom)
08 – shintaro quartet – sweet and sour sound (streetnoise)
09 – mtume – yebo (third street)
10 – roy ayers – hey uh- what you say come on (polydor)
11 – ken mcIntyre sextet – miss priss (steeplechase)
12 – trindade – capoeira (tapecar)
13 – cheik tidiane fall – black snow (freebird)
14 – chico freeman – crossing the sudan (contemporary)
15 – christian vander – colchique dans les pres (palm)
16 – takeo moriyama – watarase (denon)
17 – earl and carl grubbs – two wives (muse)

4 Responses to “Gilles Peterson – The Deep End Mix”

  1. Bill Mayan says:

    What a set list! Sounds like a great night

  2. fritz the cat says:

    Figata! Grazie

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