On September 3, 1971, Weather Report plus three european horn players did a two hours radio broadcast on “Jazzworkshop” a Norddeutscher Rundfunk program. Taped in Berlin, the radio show is so far unissued (or eventually bootlegged) but during the rehearsals, two songs “Directions” and “Dr. Honoris Causa” were filmed.
This day (August 9, 1942), in Chicago, Illinois, is born Jack DeJohnette, an American jazz drummer.
‘Miles Davis at Fillmore’ is a live album recorded on June 17 – 20, 1970 at the Fillmore East in New York and released in December 1970 by Columbia. Track Listing : 1.Directions (Joe Zawinul) – 02:29 . 2.Bitches Brew (Miles Davis) – 00:53 . 3.The Mask (Miles Davis) – 01:35) . 4.It’S About That […]
Weather Report’s ‘Live in Tokyo’ is their third (and first live) album recorded on January 13, 1972 at Shibuya Kokaido Hall and released the same year by Columbia. Track Listing : 1.Medley: Vertical Invader, Seventh Arrow, T.H., Doctor Honoris Causa (Miroslav Vitous, Josef Zawinul) – 26:14 . 2.Medley: Surucucú, Lost, Early Minor, Directions (Wayne Shorter, […]
Weather Report’s ‘I Sing the Body Electric’ is their second album (with two new members : percussionist Dom Um Romão and drummer Eric Gravatt) recorded during November 1971 and January 1972 and released on May 26, 1972 By Columbia. Track Listing : 1.Unknown Soldier (Josef Zawinul) – 08:00 . 2.The Moors (Wayne Shorter) – 04:45 […]