HHH 15 - High Education

Time to learn about the foundational sounds that is our love for music and explore how these sounds are still threaded through modern music today. Featuring sounds from Louis Armstrong to Sun Ra, Art Blakey to Timber Timbre, and Charles Mingus to Kendrick Lamar.


  1. Forty Days by Billy Brooks on Windows of the Mind (Crossover)
  2. Just You, Just Me by Lester Young, Oscar Peterson Trio on Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio (UMG)
  3. Moonscape Waltz by Misha Panifilov Sound Combo on Days as Echos (Funk Night Records)
  4. Half and Half by Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison Sextet on Illumination (UMG)
  5. Emakhaya by Heshoo Beshoo Group on Armitage Road (Little Giant)
  6. Hotter Than That by Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five on Jazz Moods - Hot (Columbia/Legacy)
  7. Remembrance by Yussef Kamaal on Black Focus (Brownswood Recordings)
  8. Don't Blame Me (Retake 1) by Thelonious Monk on Criss-Cross (Columbia/Legacy)
  9. Dance Cadaverous - Remastered1998/Rudy Van Gelder Edition by Wayne Shorter on Speak No Evil (Blue Note Records)
  10. Born Again (feat. Robert Glasper) by Leon Bridges, Robert Glasper on Gold-Diggers Sound (Columbia, Sony Music Publishing)
  11. Sunny by Errol Garner on Ready Take One (Octave)
  12. Asphalt Homeland by Ghost Funk Orchestra on Single (Golden Rules)
  13. Skull Session by Oliver Nelson on Skull Session (Ace Records)
  14. Walking on the Moon by Sun Ra and his Astro Infinity Arkestra on My Brother the Wind (Saturn Research)
  15. Grifting by Timber Timbre on Sincerely, Future Pollution (City Slang)
  16. Moanin' by Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers on Vol. 2 - Mission Eternal (Prestige)
  17. Alright by Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp A Butterfly (Aftermath, Sony Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music)
  18. Haitian Fight Song by Charles Mingus on The Clown (Rhino Atlantic)
  19. Afro Blue by Robert Glasper, Erykah Badu on Black Radio (Blue Note Records)
  20. Succotash - Remastered by Herbie Hancock on Inventions And Dimensions (Expanded Edition) (Blue Note Records)
  21. Générique - Bande originale du film by Miles Davis on "Ascenseur pour l'échafaud" (Universal Music Division Decca Records France)