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Joie de Vivre


4:41 minutes (4.3 MB)

November 11, 1974
Recorded on the "Live Music Show"
Engineered by Joe Walker

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, harp?, zither)
Sirone (b)
Eddie Moore (d)

QOW, Joie de Vivre, and Title Unknown 1 - Redman on tenor
Title Unknown 2 - Redman on musette and zither
Title Unknown 3 - Redman on zither

QOW


9:35 minutes (8.78 MB)

November 11, 1974
Recorded on the "Live Music Show"
Engineered by Joe Walker

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, harmonica, zither)
Sirone (b)
Eddie Moore (d)

QOW, Joie de Vivre, and Title Unknown 1 - Redman on tenor
Title Unknown 2 - Redman on musette and zither
Title Unknown 3 - Redman on zither

Interview - Part 3, with Introduction of Coltrane's Sons


36:55 minutes (33.8 MB)

September 23, 1971
John Coltrane Birthday Broadcast
Hosted by Fred Seibert, David Reitman, Jim Carroll

Interview - Part 2, with Questions from Callers


9:18 minutes (8.52 MB)

September 23, 1971
John Coltrane Birthday Broadcast
Hosted by Fred Seibert, David Reitman, Jim Carroll

Interview - Part 1


22:22 minutes (20.48 MB)

September 23, 1971
John Coltrane Birthday Broadcast
Hosted by Fred Seibert, David Reitman, Jim Carroll

Interview


12:51 minutes (11.77 MB)

July 13, 1987
Archie Shepp on Albert Ayler for the Albert Ayler Birthday Broadcast
Interview with Mitch Goldman and Andy Rotman

Interview - Part 2


5:40 minutes (5.19 MB)

July 13, 1987
Milford Graves on Albert Ayler for the Albert Ayler Birthday Broadcast
Interview with Mitch Goldman and Andy Rotman

Interview - Part 1


36:22 minutes (33.29 MB)

July 13, 1987
Milford Graves on Albert Ayler for the Albert Ayler Birthday Broadcast
Interview with Mitch Goldman and Andy Rotman

Spiritualism Talk


10:48 minutes (9.89 MB)

July 13, 1987
Don Cherry talks about Albert Ayler for the Albert Ayler Birthday Broadcast
Interview with Andy Rotman

History Talk


7:06 minutes (6.5 MB)

July 13, 1987
Don Cherry talks about Albert Ayler for the Albert Ayler Birthday Broadcast
Interview with Andy Rotman

Untitled


59:51 minutes (54.8 MB)

August 1, 2010
Live on Live Constructions
Hosted by Narine Atamian

Interview


49:13 minutes (56.32 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Fri, 30 Sep 2011

December 2, 1995
Interview with Zach Levy

In a Landscape


3:28 minutes (3.96 MB)

Composed by John Cage

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

Interview 5


8:51 minutes (10.12 MB)

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

One


9:50 minutes (11.26 MB)

Composed by John Cage

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

Interview 4


1:35 minutes (1.81 MB)

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

Interview 3


3:30 minutes (4.01 MB)

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

The Perilous Night (part 2)


4:59 minutes (5.7 MB)

Composed by John Cage

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

The Perilous Night (part 1)


8:01 minutes (9.19 MB)

Composed by John Cage

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

Interview 2


14:56 minutes (17.08 MB)

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

In the Name of the Holocaust


6:45 minutes (7.73 MB)

Composed by John Cage

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

Interview 1


5:44 minutes (6.56 MB)

November 4, 1992
For WKCR's Cage Fest

NOTE: This particular section of the interview is of significantly worse sound quality than the remainder of the program. Check out the other parts!

Interview - Part 2


11:34 minutes (13.25 MB)

December 27, 2005
Phone interview for Bachfest

Interview - Part 1


19:18 minutes (22.09 MB)

December 27, 2005
Phone interview for Bachfest

Interview


32:37 minutes (37.33 MB)

June 21, 2011
Interview conducted by Leena Mahan

The Inflated Tear (incomplete)


8:54 minutes (10.19 MB)

January 6, 1975
Recorded live on Jazz Alternatives in WKCR Studio 3 (M/C)
Engineered by Joe Walker

Excition


26:09 minutes (29.93 MB)

January 6, 1975
Recorded live on Jazz Alternatives in WKCR Studio 3 (M/C)
Engineered by Joe Walker

Intro to the Inflated Tear


0:48 minutes (935.76 KB)

January 6, 1975
Recorded live on Jazz Alternatives in WKCR Studio 3 (M/C)
Engineered by Joe Walker

Now's the Time


22:36 minutes (25.86 MB)

January 6, 1975
Recorded live on Jazz Alternatives in WKCR Studio 3 (M/C)
Engineered by Joe Walker

Living Space


35:47 minutes (40.95 MB)

Composition by Noah Howard

July 5, 1973
Live at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University
Engineer: Greg Cokorinos
From the New York Musician's Fest

Personnel:
Noah Howard (as, perc, vocals)
Earl Freeman (el bass)
Glenn Dong (el g)
Jean-Louis Mechali (perc)

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