Todays show was a tribute of sorts to the horn. In the many glorious shapes, sizes and sounds–the horn was honored today with some tunes chosen to cross horns of old with the new, from genre to genre I found some horns that fill in some of the gaps. I came into the show one hour early to get things blowin’ the right way.

Tutu- Russell Gunn
107 Steps- Kendrick Scott Oracle
Isfahan- Wayne Escoffery
Mr. Pastorius- Miles Davis (live in France)
Countdown- Coltrane
the Wailing Boat- Maynard Ferguson
Superbone meets the Bad Man- Maynard Ferguson
Tijuana Gift Shop- Charlie Mingus
You’ve got to have Freedom- Pharoah Sanders (live)
Take the A Train- the Duke Ellington Orchestra
Give it up or Turnit Loose- Javon Jackson
Little House I Used to Live in-Meridian Arts Ensemble
a Little Stranger- Twinemen
Hypnotized- A.K.A.C.O.D.
Jack Kerouac- Morphine
Concoction- Depth Quartet
September- Celia Baron
Mouse- Secretary
Baby let me Hold your Hand- Sex Mob
Thrills- Matana Roberts
Colon Pie- Skerik
Where Y’all at- Wynton Marsalis
Mercy Mercy Mercy- Cannon Re*Loaded
NY: Insane Inside the City- Stan Harrison
Conversation with Stan Harrison
Nothing Less than You- Stan Harrison
the Optimist- Stan Harrison
Big Chief- Skeebo Knight/Marcus Henderson
Workin’ Sux- King Johnson (live)
Crosstown Traffic- Boston Horns
Don’t be Cruel- the Josh Roseman unit
Threadin’ the Needle- Liquid Soul
What a Story- Liquid Soul
You’ve got a Friend in me- Bonerama
March of the Video Reptile-the Microscopic Septet
Fubractive D- Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber

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Setlist Architect/Art Scene Checker-Outer/Sound Feeler

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