JAZZ ON SUNDAY: YUSEF LATEEF QUARTET - HAMBURG 1971

December 5, 2021 – 6:14 am

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YUSEF LATEEF QUARTET
Hamburg 1971 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Jazzhouse, Hamburg, Germany; October 21, 1971. Very good digital broadcast. Restored Version.

Thanks to jazzrita for sharing the tracks at Dime.

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Grammy-winning musician Yusef Lateef, a multi-instrumentalist known for fusing jazz and Eastern music, played in bands with Dizzy Gillespie and Charles Mingus and gained a global following as one of the first to incorporate world music into jazz. In 1987 he won a Grammy for best new age performance for Little Symphony, on which he played all the instruments. Lateef had battled prostate cancer and died at his home in 2013 in Shutesbury, Massachusetts. He was 93 - BBC

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Track 01. Out Of Nowhere 17:15
Track 02. Water Pistol 11:41
Track 03. Habibi 12:22
Track 04. Sphyx/Yesterdays/I’ll Remember April 17:41
59 mins

Lineup:
Yusef Lateef - tenor sax, flute, oboe
Kenny Barron - piano
Bob Cunningham - bass
Al Heath - drums

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  1. 22 Responses to “JAZZ ON SUNDAY: YUSEF LATEEF QUARTET - HAMBURG 1971”

  2. Rumor has it Yusuf had a Big Un

    By U L E on Dec 5, 2021

  3. Of course

    By U L E on Dec 5, 2021

  4. Many thanks BigO. Great post.

    By Alan on Dec 5, 2021

  5. Go play with yu sef, you homos.

    By Nelson on Dec 5, 2021

  6. To Nelson
    I don’t know if they are horo or straight, but they are definitely trolls. Bigozine comment section has become troll-infected and i don’t know why no-one does something to stop this bullshit.

    By Theo on Dec 5, 2021

  7. Derrick, anti , Nelson , CNN fires talk show host Cris Homo Cuomo over his role in helping his brother Andrew beat the harassment charges against him .

    By HHH on Dec 5, 2021

  8. Supposedly Cris was digging up dirt on the accusers and turning it over to Andrew and his lawyers . Actually to me Cuomo was the one anchor I could stomach at holier than thou cnn . Don Lemonhead is the worst . Lemonhead has his own legal issues. Supposedly he assaulted a man in a gay bar by jerking off and rubbing his hand in the guys face . Yet Lemonhead is still on the air . CNN talking heads are all mouthpieces for the George Soros destroy America agenda .

    By HHH on Dec 5, 2021

  9. In fairness to the Cuomos , these days if you want to wreck someone’s career and life, just bring on and play the SX card .pay off multiple whores and sluts to say they were fondled 20 years ago and presto , life and career ruined . Me too is alive and well in the 21st century.

    By HHH on Dec 5, 2021

  10. Triple, you are always on about Lemonhead when you know that it was you that he assaulted. Stop bragging about it .

    By DD on Dec 5, 2021

  11. Also triple, I’m surprised you haven’t mentioned the Crumbles .

    By DD on Dec 5, 2021

  12. Nice try with the name stealing Hebrew Mark .im sure that wasn’t dd / anti

    By HHH on Dec 6, 2021

  13. I never thought Cuomo was a Homo . Live and learn . I knew Lemon was a faggott .

    By T J on Dec 6, 2021

  14. tj , Cris Cuomo was always telling Lemon how much he loves him at the end of his show , before the little nigger fag started his . Sounds Homo to me .

    By Nelson on Dec 6, 2021

  15. Believe me, I know a gay when I see one. I’m gay myself.

    By Nelson on Dec 6, 2021

  16. He might be my dad, Mom fucked a LOT of guys who looked like him.

    By DD on Dec 6, 2021

  17. Mom played his skin flute a LOT, I bet.

    By DD on Dec 6, 2021

  18. I ate more of my shit for breakfast.

    I mixed in some fresh bacon bits and Montreal Steak seasoning, flattened it like a burger, then pan fried it with a light char on each side.

    I melted a cheese slice on it, then added a tomato slice, and topped it off with a fried egg, sunny side up.

    It was tasty but a bit dry, like a veggie burger. BBQ sauce would probably help some, or maybe even gravy.

    By HHH on Dec 6, 2021

  19. I beat off emotionlessly……. sigh…….

    By Derrick on Dec 6, 2021

  20. Take your meds Mark . You’re losing it .

    By HHH on Dec 6, 2021

  21. This spade had a trout in his trousers I heard . Big

    By ELU on Dec 6, 2021

  22. Hey ELU, we heard this spade had his big trout in your trousers.

    By HHH on Dec 6, 2021

  23. Thanks.
    Any recordings of Charles Lloyd?. Thanks you so much.

    By JazzC on Dec 13, 2021

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