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In some artists' careers there are recordings that become classics, some instantly, and others over time. Generally, this is driven by one or more tracks that become standards, if not the definitive reference recording. However, while it's easy to focus on the "hits" or better known pieces, there are many other tracks that get overlooked. In this hour, we will explore some of those tracks in between, or recordings that are less commonly heard from the artist in question.
|Horace Silver||Camouflage||Six Pieces of Silver|
|Wayne Shorter||Charcoal Blues||Night Dreamer|
|Archie Shepp||Mr. Syms||Four for Trane|
|Lalo Schifrin||Patinho Feio (AKA Ugly Duckling)||Bossa Nova New Brazilian Jazz|
|Joe Sample, Ray Brown & Shelly Manne||Yearnin'||The Three|
|Pharoah Sanders||Too Young to Go Steady||Shukuru|
|Dave Frishberg||Billy Strayhorn Medley:
Take the "A" Train,
A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing,
Johnny Come Lately,
Something To Live For
|Let's Eat Home|
|Duke Ellington & John Coltrane||The Feeling of Jazz||Duke Ellington & John Coltrane|