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Discography: Reimagining Africa: From Popular Swing to the Jazz Avant-Garde

1. Art Ensemble of Chicago -“Ancient Future” (Art Ensemble of Chicago vol.1)

2. Jackie McLean – “Appointment in Ghana” (Jackie’s Bag)

3. Art Blakely – “Dinga” (Holiday for Skins)

4. Thomas J. Marshall – “Arwhoolie (Cornfied Hollar)”

5. Jason Moran – “RAIN” (Artist in Residence)

6. Art Ensemble of Chicago -“Promenade Cote Bamako II”

7. Duke Ellington – “Jungle Blues” (Jungle Blues Volume 8)

8. Duke Ellington – “Jungle Nights in Harlem” (Best of…)

9. Louie Armstrong – “Shine” (The Essential Louis Armstrong)

10. Billie Holiday – “Strange Fruit” (Ken Burnz Jazz)

11. Duke Ellington – “Come Sunday” (Black, Brown and Beige)

12. Charlie Parker – “Ko Ko” (Ken Burns Jazz)

13. Charlie Parker – “Salt Peanuts” (Jazz at Massey Hall)

14. Dizzy Gillepse – “Manteca” (Ken Burns Jazz)

15. Charles Mingus – “Freedom” (Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus)

16. Charles Mingus – “Original Fables of Faubus” (Charles Mingus Presents…)

17. Art Blakely – “Feast” (Holiday for Skins)

18. Max Roach – “Triptych-Prayer/Protest/Peace” (We Insist! Freedom Now Suite)

19. Archie Shepp – “Malcolm, Malcolm – Semper” (Fire Music)

20. John Coltrane Quartet – “Nature Boy” (The New Wave in Jazz)

21. Art Ensemble of Chicago – “Number 1”

22. Muhal Richards Abrams – “Bloodline” (Blu Blu Blu)

23. Art Ensemble of Chicago – “Fanfare for the Warrior” (Fanfare for the Warrior)

24. Amina Claudine Myers – “African Blues” (Salutes Bessie Smith)

 

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