Gheorghe

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About Gheorghe

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  • Birthday 12/14/1959

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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Great ! As much as I know the only live album of Horace Silver on BN.
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Fantastic ! This was the great Mingus Band of the 70´s, with George Adams and Don Pullen (later replaced by Ricky Ford and Bob Neloms). I´ll never Forget how impressed I was by their live versions of "Sue´s Changes". And Don Pullen could play everything from stride piano to free. Like Jakie Byard in the 60´s bands.....
  3. Really great to read about the early days of Sun Ra.
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I also love those early MJQ albums
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Well, I can understand what you say, and I must admit that in the last 20 years I don´t think I spinned it more often than 3 times. My favourite Green Album is the previously unissued "Solid" with McCoy Tyner and Elvin Jones, but as I said, there are days when I have a Special mood, when I had a few bad days and am grateful that Things are ok again, and than I have those Beautiful voicings of "Am I Blue" in my mind. That intro really has a moving Quality. But you are Right, there are hundreds of other Blue Note Albums that are better…..
  6. I saw the notes and my first thought was : DEXTER , especially in his later period, it´s one of his favourite licks…..
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    What a wonderful relaxed thing after some heavy days , now things start to calm down and this record really does relax me. Even my wife likes this version of "Am I Blue"....
  8. Oh yes, I´m also a big fan of Fats Navarro, and the Tadd Dameron bands, especially the live broadcasts from Royal Roost.
  9. Happy Birthday, Kenny Burrell

    I´ll never Forget the first time I heard him on record. It was his solos on "Whims of Chambers" and how much I like what he Plays. I never saw him live, but have a lot of his records.
  10. Happy Birthday, JoAnne Brackeen

    Same here ! I also saw here in Joe Henderson´s quartet in Vienna in late 1978. I don´t remember who was on bass and drums, but it was a great concert. Not Long after, or during here tenure with Joe Henderson there was an interview with her in "Jazz Podium". I remember that she may have been slightly influenced by McCoy Tyner.
  11. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Horizon is one of my favourite McCoy Tyner Albums. And on some tracks is Ran Blake on violin. I saw this Formation live in march 1980.
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    This Jackie McLean Album is great. I think it was the last Album he did for BN. I like it more than the shortly before recorded "´Bout Soul". Strange cover art, it Looks more like that eerie and Abstract cover art Miles´ Bitches Brew or even more "Live Evil"...….
  13. Rarest "classic" BN in CD Era?

    The hardest to find for me was Paul Chamber´s "Bass on Top". It was not on RVG and not on Conoisseur and not on the other regular reissues until I finally ordered it from Japan, even there were not many reissues of it, my copy is one of those mini LP cover CDs.
  14. Archie Shepp

    When I saw Shepp live the first time it was the same personnel like on this record, minus the to me unknown trumpet player. But it was the great Siegfried Kessler , german born but french based, on piano, Bob Cunningham, and Clifford Jarvis......such a great concert.....