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Madlib – Medicine Show #8: Advanced Jazz

Madlib Medicine Show — August 1, 2010 | Comments (1)

IN THE SHOP: MADLIB MEDICINE SHOW #8: ADVANCED JAZZ

Imagine an 80-minute music history course talking place in a dusty, hazy studio with wall-to-wall jazz vinyl – records from the past 40 years – jazz, fusion, funky, obscure. This course will not be graded. There will be no lecture. Madlib’s at the turntable. Class is now in session.

Madlib has always called himself a DJ first, producer second, with jazz music as his first love and inspiration. With that in mind you might say this is what he does best. The front & back cover is the painting Jazzcats Crossing the Hudson. CD contains an 8-page booklet.

The track list is not published, but for a few years now the community has been working on it. Feel free to add:

Track / Time / Artist / Song Title

01. “Miles” – 0:00:00 – Intro –
01. “Miles” – 0:00:50 – Edison Machado – Solo
01. “Miles” – 0:02:18 – Jimmy Heath – Angel Man
01. “Miles” – 0:03:51 –
01. “Miles” – 0:04:06 –
02. “Ornette” – 0:00:00 – Horace Parlan – Dexi
02. “Ornette” – 0:00:00 – A Childs Garden of Grass Part 2 –
02. “Ornette” – 0:01:20 – marijuana skit
02. “Ornette” – 0:01:40 – Horace Tapscott – The Dark Tree
02. “Ornette” – 0:02:38 – Dadisi Komolafe – Speak No Evil
02. “Ornette” – 0:05:09 – Don Pullen – Sploogie Doo
03. “Pharoah” – 0:00:00 – Credibility Gap – Kingpin
03. “Pharoah” – 0:01:24 – Ensemble Al Salaam – Malika
03. “Pharoah” – 0:03:13 – Augusto Martelli – Walk In Caribe
03. “Pharoah” – 0:04:05 – Marion Brown Quartet – Capricorn Moon
03. “Pharoah” – 0:04:57 –
03. “Pharoah” – 0:05:02 – Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – New World
03. “Pharoah” – 0:10:35 – Kenny Cox & The Contemporary Jazz Quintet – Eclipse
04. “Herbie” – 0:00:30 –
04. “Herbie” – 0:00:55 –
04. “Herbie” – 0:01:40 – Black oral narrative poets – Get In Out Of The Rain
04. “Herbie” – 0:02:26 – New York Art Quartet – No.6
04. “Herbie” – 0:03:10 –
05. “Mingus” – 0:00:00 – Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Bonus Track
05. “Mingus” – 0:00:30 – Lester Bowie – Rope-A-Dope
05. “Mingus” – 0:02:20 –
05. “Mingus” – 0:03:20 –
05. “Mingus” – 0:04:15 – New York Art Quartet – Black Dada Nihilismus
05. “Mingus” – 0:05:10 – George Duke – My Soul
05. “Mingus” – 0:05:53 – Byron Morris & Unity – ERAA
05. “Mingus” – 0:07:46 – Miroslav Vitous – Purple
06. “Ra” – 0:00:00
06. “Ra” – 0:00:25
06. “Ra” – 0:01:00 – Young Jazz Rebels – Newear
06. “Ra” – 0:01:08
06. “Ra” – 0:01:40 – Doug Hammond & David Durrah – For Real
06. “Ra” – 0:04:00 – Billy Higgins – Horizons
06. “Ra” – 0:04:57 – Billy Higgins – Amazon
06. “Ra” – 0:07:50 – Jeremy Steig – Energy
06. “Ra” – 0:08:36 – Jeremy Steig – Energy / Conversation with Herbie Hancock
07. “Dolphy” – 0:00:28 – Miles Davis – Limbo (Alternate Take) / Conversation with Herbie Hancock
07. “Dolphy” – 0:01:43 – Phil Ranelin – Horace’s Scope
07. “Dolphy” – 0:04:32 – Ju Ju – (Struggle) Home
07. “Dolphy” – 0:05:18 – Bobby Hutcherson – Laugh, Laugh Again
07. “Dolphy” – 0:06:50 – Lord Buckley – Hip Einie
07. “Dolphy” – 0:08:19 – Eddie Henderson – Fusion
07. “Dolphy” – 0:10:33 – Nat Adderley – St. M
08. “Ranelin” – 0:00:30 – Nat adderley – Grey Moses
08. “Ranelin” – 0:00:39 – Nathan Davis Sextet – Sconsolato
08. “Ranelin” – 0:02:05 –
08. “Ranelin” – 0:03:27 – Khaliq Al-Rouf & Salaam – Malcolm, The Call
08. “Ranelin” – 0:05:15 – Justo Almario – Seventh Avenue
08. “Ranelin” – 0:06:10 – Justo Almario – Aquarian Mood
09. “Deodato” – 0:00:00 – Lord Buckley –
09. “Deodato” – 0:00:35 – Doug Hammond & David Durrah – Wake Up Brothers
09. “Deodato” – 0:01:38 – Jayne Cortez – How Long has The Trane Been Gone
09. “Deodato” – 0:02:45 –
10. “Coltrane” – 0:00:00 – Herbie Hancock – Chameleon
10. “Coltrane” – 0:00:24 – Horace Silver – The Soul And Its Expression: Part 1: The Search For Direction/Part 2: Direction Discovered
10. “Coltrane” – 0:04:45 – Elvin Jones – Moon Dance
10. “Coltrane” – 0:06:04 – Miles Davis – Sanctuary
10. “Coltrane” – 0:06:15 – Charles Tolliver – Plight
10. “Coltrane” – 0:07:37 – Lord Buckley – Governor Slugwell
10. “Coltrane” – 0:08:00
10. “Coltrane” – 0:08:40