Sunday, December 20, 2009

281: Naima!

hi!
Happy Birthday Leopold S.
Just for you and your AMAZING spot,
(that's why I highwired your pic!)
I'll present 45 versions of one of
John Coltrane's finest.
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My wish is you keep on keepin' up
all the marvellous ear & eye candy,
may you find the spirit and perseverance
to continue & pursue the muse of both senses...
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ENJOY!
(or be s.i.c.k. from the versions I sneaked in,
you could hear in any elevator around the globe)
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1. A. Ray Fuller - Naima (5:44)
2. Anne Ducros - Naima (5:15)
3. Antonio Faraò - Naima (8:18)
4. Archie Shepp - Naima (1964) (7:09)
5. Archie Shepp & Jasper Van't Hof - Naima (6:37)
6. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - Naima (10:36)
7. Barbara Thompson - Naima (5:41)
8. Barry Ross & the Las Vegas Latin Connection - Naima (7:55)
9. Cedar Walton & George Coleman - Naima (8:43)
10. Dae Hwan/Umezu/Yamashita/Eun Il - Naima (12:11)
11. Dexter Gordon - Naima (6:45)
12. Elton Dean Quartet - Naima (20:23)
13. Eric Dolphy - Naima (15:18)
14. Eugene Chadbourne - Naima (7:37)
15. Frank Gambale - Naima (4:18)
16. Jack Wilkins - Naima (5:02)
17. Jamaaladeen Tacuma - Naima (5:18)
18. James Carter - Naima (7:09)
19. Jamey Aebersold - Naima (6:19)
20. John Abercrombie - Naima (4:10)
21. John McLaughlin - Naima (3:12)
22. Jon Faddis - Naima (3:29)
23. Kazumi Watanbe - Naima (6:22)
24. Larry Coryell - Naima (6:13)
25. Lionel Loueke - Naima (7:05)
26. Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes - Naima (4:01)
27. Mark Murphy - Naima (4:42)
28. Matthew Shipp - Naima (3:16)
29. McCoy Tyner - Naima (6:41)
30. Mike Mainieri - Naima (6:08)
31. New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble - Naima (7:43)
32. Nicolas Bearde - Naima (4:42)
33. Pat Martino - Naima (5:34)
34. Pharoah Sanders - Naima (5:31)
35. Piotr Wojtasik - Naima (5:47)
36. Raul Vaigla - Naima (5:55)
37. SF Jazz Collective - Naima (5:47)
38. Tete Montoliu Trio - Naima (13:04)
39. Tom Browne - Naima (6:22)
40. Tom Scott - Naima (2:45)
41. Tommy Flanagan - Naima (4:59)
42. Turtle Island Quartet - Naima (3:47)
43. Umo Jazz Orchestra - Naima (5:40)
44. Victor Wooten - Naima (5:55)
45. Ximo Tebar - Naima (4:32)
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please get all 5 parts for the whole experience....

10 comments:

E-mile said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/323212759/naima.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/323212761/naima.part2.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/323221081/naima.part3.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/323221084/naima.part4.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/323227873/naima.part5.rar

Leopold Stotch said...

Oh man thanks so much emile!!!!!!!

Leopold Stotch said...

Really looking forward to hearing the sanders, dolphy and art ensemble versions!

Anonymous said...

The most beautifule ballad ever period. Many thanks, E-mile!

Here comes a bonus:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=LZSAAD2D

tracklist:

Les Double Six - Les Double Six (1962)
Gianni Basso Quartet - Jazz Al Centro Pirelli (1970)
Maulawi Nururdin - Maulawi (1974)
Gary Bartz, Eddie Henderson, Norman Connors - Live at Nemu Jazz Inn (1975)
Michael Carvin - The Camel (1975)
Extra Ball - Go Ahead (Polish Jazz Vol. 59) (1979)
Massimo Urbani - Dedications (1980))
Conrad Herwig - Latin Side Of John Coltrane (1996)
David Murray Octet - Octet Plays Trane (1999)
Denys Baptiste - Be Where You Are (1999)
Deep Jazz - Heaven & Earth (2009)

Cheers!

Arkadin

E-mile said...

Arkadin, these are wonderful! thanks a zillion for the additions.
peace, E-mile

Brain Flakes said...

http://www.mediafire.com/?jt5zniuiznm

.......enjoy

- Diarrhea Planet

- Casey

http://mybrainflakes.blogspot.com

Bonobo said...

Thanks, E-Mile, Arkadin and Brain Flakes!

footrack said...

fyi

http://versionsgalore.blogspot.com/2009/12/trane-ing-day.html

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

sputnik707 said...

wow, i have been collecting versions of this but NOTHING like this! Not sure if this is in there: the 4hero remix version, "based on group The Visitors (aka Earl and Carl Grubbs) brothers 1971 version from their album Neptune (1972) on the Cobblestone label." wikipedia