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Christian Scott debuts “new” Quintet for four night run at St. Louis’ Jazz at the Bistro

Christian Scott Quintet – No Church In The Wild (Jay-Z / Kanye West cover) 10/20/12 St. Louis

Christian Scott Quintet
October 20, 2012
St. Louis, MO @ Jazz At The Bistro

internal mics > Tascam DR-2d > Cool Edit Pro (amplified) > CD Wave Editor (tracking) > FLAC

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Set One:
01. No Church In The Wild (Jay-Z / Kanye West cover) 12:47
02. Footprints (Wayne Shorter cover) 10:58
03. banter 11:03
04. Body and Soul 9:54
05. The Eye of the Hurricane (Herbie Hancock cover) 8:11
Total 52:51

Set Two:
01. Intro 1:36
02. Jihad Joe 10:25
03. vs. the Kleptocratic Union 8:13
04. banter 9:20
05. Body and Soul 8:07
06. No Church In The Wild (Jay-Z / Kanye West cover) 10:31
07. banter 5:16
08. New New Orleans > 9:19
09. K.K.P.D. 9:37
Total 72:24

Christian Scott – siren horn (custom trumpet/flugelhorn/coronet hybrid)
Kris Funn – bass
Corey Fonville – drums
Andrew Burglass – guitar
Braxton Cook – alto saxophone

Notes: This was the 4th night of a 4 night run at this venue. This run was also the debut of Christian’s new quintet. The first set was recorded from the front table on the right side. The second set was recorded from the second table dead center, so the sound is more balanced. Both renditions of Body and Soul are without Christian. For the second half of set two, Christian brought out his custom “reverse flugelhorn”, but never played it. For photos of the two horns, check this page: http://foresightandafterthought.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/christian-scott-atunde-adjuah/

Christian Scott Quintet – Isadora
October 19, 2012 – St. Louis, MO @ Jazz at the Bistro

Christian Scott Quintet – K.K.P.D. (incomplete)
October 19, 2012 – St. Louis, MO @ Jazz at the Bistro

10/22/12 UPDATE: It looks like Christian Scott is featured on a studio version of No Church In The Wild by a supergroup of next level jazz musicians calling themselves NEXT Collective. Their EP just dropped on iTunes today and the group is made up of Christian Scott, Matt Stevens, Jamire Williams, Ben Williams, Kris Bowers, Walter Smith III, Logan Richardson and Gerald Clayton. Check out their new EP over at The Revivalist.

Herbie Hancock Quartet 1977 with Jaco Pastorius, Bennie Maupin & James Levi

This is a new complete version of this historic bootleg, which I have compiled from several different sources. These are FLAC files, with the exception of 3 MP3’s.

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PART ONE
PART TWO

Herbie Hancock Quartet
February 16, 1977
Chicago, IL @ The Ivanhoe Theater

FM/SBD > ? > CDR > EAC > FLAC

01. WXRT Radio Intro
02. Chameleon
03. Hang Up Your Hangups
04. Gentle Thoughts (from “Live at the Ivanhoe Theatre” bootleg MP3)
05. It Remains To Be Seen
(banter at end spliced from “Live at Ivanhoe Theatre” bootleg MP3)
06. Jaco Bass Solo (inc. Blackbird/Okonkole y Trompa/Continuum/Portrait of Tracy)
(from “Live at the Ivanhoe Theatre” bootleg MP3)
07. Maiden Voyage (Herbie & Jaco duet)
08. People Music
BONUS:
09. Jaco Bass Solo (alternate version)
(from HH With JP: Live at the Ivanhoe Theater release MP3)
10. 1972 Fender Rhodes Demo – Side A
11. 1972 Fender Rhodes Demo – Side B

Herbie Hancock – Keyboards
Jaco Pastorius – Electric Bass
Bennie Maupin – Soprano & Tenor Saxophone, Lyricon
James Levi – Drums

FULL AUDIO DOWNLOAD: Questlove’s Bonnaroo Superjam featuring D’Angelo!!!

UPDATE: A new audio source has surfaced, which, in my opinion, has slightly better quality. Audio taper travelinbeat posted his recording of this superjam in February of 2013 as 24 bit flac files (which are no longer available). I have converted to 16 bit flac and you can download travelinbeat’s new source right here:

MP3 (travelinbeat source): DOWNLOAD

16BIT FLAC (travelinbeat source: TORRENT DOWNLOAD

24BIT FLAC (travelinbeat source): NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Also, Bonnaroo365 has posted 4 youtube episodes about this superjam, a total of 39 minutes of interviews, behind the scenes, and live footage. The videos have been embedded at the bottom of this post.

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Thanks to one of my close friends we have an excellent audio recording of D’Angelo‘s first U.S. performance in 12 years! On the morning of June 10, 2012 at 12:15am central time, Questlove hosted the Bonnaroo Music Festival Superjam and the rest is history. Finally, the Soulquarians reunited after 12 years!

UNTRACKED MP3: DOWNLOAD OR LISTEN

TRACKED MP3: DOWNLOAD

16BIT FLAC: TORRENT DOWNLOAD

24BIT FLAC: TORRENT DOWNLOAD

Questlove’s Bonnaroo Superjam featuring D’Angelo & The Soulquarians
June 9, 2012 (actually 12:15am on June 10th, 2012)
Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival
Source: Schoeps mk4v (DINa/FOB) > kcy > Sonosax SX-M2-LS2 > Sony M10 (24/48)
Transfer: Micro SD > Sound Studio > xACT > FLAC

THE SETLIST:
Intro >
Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland) [Jimi Hendrix] (including Go Back 2 The Thing & Superman Lover [Johnny Guitar Watson] teases) >
Pride And Vanity [Ohio Players] >
Players Balling (Players Doin’ Their Own Thing) [Ohio Players]
Funky Dollar Bill [Funkadelic] >
Hit It And Quit It [Funkadelic] >
What Is And What Should Never Be [Led Zeppelin]
Babies Making Babies [Sly & The Family Stone] >
Hollywood Squares [Bootsy Collins] >
Mother’s Son [Curtis Mayfield] (including Chicken Grease tease)
Power of Soul [Band of Gypsys]
She Came In Through The Bathroom Window [The Beatles]
My Summertime Thang [The Time] >
Jam (including Fire [Ohio Players] & other teases)

THE BAND:
Questlove – drums
Kirk Douglas – guitar
James Poyser – keys
Frank Knuckles – percussion
Pino Palladino – bass
Eric Leeds – saxophone
Jesse Johnson – guitar
Kendra Foster – vocals
D’Angelo – vocals, guitar, keys

All photos by Questlove.

P.S. You can find Questlove’s 2005 Bonnaroo Superjam with Herbie Hancock, Pino Palladino & Lionel Loueke here.

P.S.S. If you’ve missed it, I recently featured audio downloads of D’Angelo in Paris 2012, Voodoo Outtakes & Rehearsals, D’Angelo North Sea Jazz Festival 2000 audio and video and D’Angelo North Ea Jazz Fest 2012 video + Chris Dave & Friends aftershow video. Make sure you don’t miss any of those.