Jazz Profiles playlist for 04/10/2011

Artist Title Album Label Link
Sathima Bea Benjamin Darn that Dream; I Could Write a Book; I Should Care; Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year; The Man I Love; I'm Glad There Is You; Soon; Lover Man A Morning in Paris Ekapa
Abdullah Ibrahim (as Dollar Brand) What Really Happened in the Cornfield is that the Birds Made Music All the Day and So I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart At Duke's Place; Two Spirituals; Rose Got it Bad in Harlem; Impressions on a Caravan; Solitude; Ode to Duke Ode to Duke Ellington Inner City
Abdullah Ibrahim Mannenberg; Children of Africa; Anthem; Khoisan (flute solo) Autobiography Plainisphare
Abdullah Ibrahim (as Dollar Brand) Tsakve; Whoza Mtwana; The Homecoming Song; The Wedding; The Perfumed Forest Wet with Rain; Ishmael Dollar Brand at Montreux Inner City
Abdullah Ibrahim (as Dollar Brand) The Aloe and the Wild Rose; Fats, Duke and the Monk; Ancient Africa Sangoma Sackville
Max Roach Streams of Consciousness; Inception; Acclamation; Consanguinity Streams of Consciousness Piadrum
Abdullah Ibrahim Sister Rosie; Jabulani (Joy) Dollar Brand/The Journey Chiaroscuro
Abdullah Ibrahim Ekaya; Sotho Blue; Ntyilo, Ntyilo Ekaya ekapa
Abdullah Ibrahim Mandela; Song for Sathima; Manenberg Revisited Water from an Ancient Wall enja

This week on Jazz Profiles, we looked at the work of Abdullah Ibrahim (b. 1934), a South African pianist and saxophonist influenced heavily by his time growing up in apartheid South Africa and by such jazz greats as Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk.