When referring to communication, call and response is an interaction between a speaker and a listener where the latter shows its agreement, disagreement, gratitude or disdain in direct response to what has been communicated. It’s a form of democratic participation in which a position that is typically seen as inferior no longer has to remain passive. In music, it is an interaction between instruments where one answers to what is referred to as a phrase played by another as a form of commentary or an addendum.
If you can stretch that futher within the realm of music, it can also include entire songs. The more my collection grows, the more I start making connections between songs. Whether it’s a commentary on general balance or the ying and yang of all things, I can’t quite say. But, it’s strange how things match up.
I Want To Talk About You – John Coltrane 
I Want To See You – Alice Coltrane 
Moon Dreams – Miles Davis 
Looks Just Like the Sun – Broken Social Scene 
Pusherman – Curtis Mayfield 
I’m Waiting For the Man – Velvet Underground