Sunday, May 12, 2019

HCM Mix - Root




After a really long hiatus, here's a new mix (maybe the last one). Hope you enjoy!


Playlist

1. M & M - Edward Vesala
2. Karelian Temple - Jorma Tapio & Janne Tuomi Duo
3. PG III - Milford Graves
4. Gongs, Cymbals and Bells - Carlos Niño
5. The Invisible Shield / Janus - Sun Ra
6. North brazilian ceremony hymn - Don Cherry
7. Enter - Fire! Orchestra
8. Benediction - Tina Marsh Creative Opportunity Orchestra
9. Your own self - Garrett List
10. Ah Hosianna mantra - Popol Vuh
11. Meditation at Luxor - Steve Douglas
12. Cosmic echoes - Khan Jamal
13. Forest birds
14. Hajj / Journey - Dollar Brand
15. Benediction - Tina Marsh Creative Opportunity Orchestra
16. Tanner blue - Lloyd Mcneill
17. Meditation among us - Milford Graves
18. At least we have a horizon - Juju
19. A Jackson in your house - Art Ensemble of Chicago
20. Mamarose - Archie Shepp
21. Africanasia - Claude Delcloo / Arthur Jones
22. Love rejoice - Kenneth Terroade
23. Reese and the Smooth ones - AEOC
24. Integration - Basil Kirchin
25. Piece for Diana (wood music's serie) - Tomasz Stańko
26. Mulogo - Malaku Daku
27. Oreo - The Universal Jazz Symphonette
28. It's after the end of the world - Sun Ra
29. Ketchaoua - Kenneth Terroade
30. Vent - Roswell Rudd and The Jazz Composers Orchestra
31. Inner peace - Khan Jamal
32. Cosmic echoes - Khan Jamal
33. Pieces 1 -2 abo - William Hooker
34. Some other dragon paths - Warren James & Lou Lausche
35. Meditations at Luxor - Steve Douglas
36. People in sorrow - AEOC
37. Signature - Peter Apfelbaum
38. Divine Love - Leo Smith
39. Ate - Konstrukt
40. Peace - Tordenskjolds Soldater
41. Forest birds
42. Rupavati - Jone Takamäki
43. High places - Walter Zuber Armstrong
44. M & M - Edward Vesala
45. Nu Jungle Folies
46. Dreams - Doug Riley
47. Monism - Milton Marsh
48. Angel of air - Santana & Coltrane
49. Enter - Fire! Orchestra
50. Hypnotic - David Boykin Outet


D/L soonish...


2 comments:

  1. Blimey HC, massive , bit of love for Tina marsh too , must dig that out , long time no play , a Daagnim classic

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  2. Thank you G. I think that's one of those LPs I need to thank you for discovering.

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