mikeweil

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  • Birthday 02/21/1954

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  1. Artists who left us in 2018

    Since nobody opened this annual thread so far, I thought I'd post this link to an overview by the Jazz Journalists Association: http://news.jazzjournalists.org/2019/01/final-bars-of-2018/ As always, too many ....
  2. The Disconnected Works 1980-2018

    Got mine but will not have time to post the Percy France tracks before the weekend. This will take me some time to dig in, but it is a treasure trove, that's for sure. Doc Cheatham side by side with Julius Hemphill, just to name a pairing on disc one - ideal working ground for musicians that hate to be pigeonholed.
  3. Not only in Zurich .....
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Allen Lowe ‎– An Avant Garde Of Our Own: Disconnected Works, 1980 - 2018 disc 1
  5. This is mandatory for every Jack Wilson / Roy Ayers fan. Great playing. A lovingly produced issue with great notes and photos.
  6. New server and increased cost...

    Excellent idea!
  7. (RIP) Is Jack Wilson (Atlantic & Blue Note 60s pianist) dead?

    Jack Wilson (p) + others unknown but most likely Jack Wilson Quartet : Roy Ayers (vib) Jack Wilson (p) Al McKibbon (b) Nick Martinis (d) Los Angeles, January 24, 1963 6759 Nirvana & Dana (unissued) Atlantic 6760 Harbor freeway - 6761 Smif's blues - 6748 Herman's helmet - 6749 Di critifeux - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Corcovado : Jack Wilson Quartet : Roy Ayers (vib) Jack Wilson (p) Al McKibbon (b) Nick Martinis (d) New York, February 6, 1963 6794 Corcovado [Quiet nights] Atl LP1406,Discovery DS 872, Atl 5035 (ed) 6795 Nirvana & Dana - - 6796 De cretifeux - - 6797 (Smif's blues) Blues we use - - 6798 Jackleg - - 6750 Harbor freeway - - 6851 unknown title (unissued) Note: All titles from Atlantic LP1406 also on Atlantic (Jap)AMJY-1406. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jack Wilson (org) Gene Edwards (g) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Donald Dean (d) Los Angeles, December 5, 1963 7481 Sanctification Atl 5041 7482 Lonely Avenue - 7483 The night has a thousand eyes (unissued) 7484 Yesterdays - ................................................................................................................................................................................................ The Two Sides Of Jack Wilson : Jack Wilson (p) Leroy Vinnegar (b), Philly Joe Jones (d) Los Angeles, May 13, 1964 7862 Once upon a summertime Atl LP1427, (Jap)AMCY-1154 [CD] 7863 Sometime ago - - 7864 Erika (unissued) 7865 The good life Atl LP1427, (Jap)AMCY-1154 [CD] 7866 The end of a love affair - - 7867 The scene is clean - - 7868 Glass enclosure - - 7869 Good time Joe - - 7870 Kinta [After you've gone] - - Note: All titles from Atlantic LP1427 also on Atlantic (Jap) AMCY-1427, Collectables COL-CD-6177 [CD]. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bobby Bryant (tp,flhrn) Lou Blackburn (tb) Buddy Collette (as,fl) Harold Land (ts) Jack Wilson (p) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Philly Joe Jones (d) "Lindy Opera House", Los Angeles, August 9, 1964 8122 Yours is my heart alone (unissued) Atlantic ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Bobby Bryant (tp,flhrn) Melvin Moore, Emmett Berry, Charlie Patterson (tp) Lou Blackburn, John Ewing, Pete Myers, Donald Cooke (tb) Buddy Collette (as,fl) Jay Migliori (as,sop) Harold Land (ts) Curtis Amy (ts,sop) Jack Nimitz (bar,cl) Roy Ayers (vib) Jack Wilson (p) Al McKibbon (b) Philly Joe Jones (d) "Lindy Opera House", Los Angeles, August 9, 1964 8123 The good life (unissued) Atlantic 8125 The fourth dance - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Curtis Amy (ts,sop) Roy Ayers (vib) Jack Wilson (p) Al McKibbon (b) Philly Joe Jones (d) "Lindy Opera House", Los Angeles, August 9, 1964 8124 Woody'n you (unissued) Atlantic 8126 Medley: - Young and foolish - Goodbye - 8127 Oleo - 8128 Out of sight - 8129 Most soulful man - 8130 Walkin' - 8131 Tenderly - 8132 Jackleg - 8133 Medley: - Too late now - CFD - 8134 Flame on the desert - 8135 Nirvana - 8136 Harbor freeway - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Jazz Organs : Jack Wilson, Genghis Kyle (org) John Gray (g) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Philly Joe Jones (d) Los Angeles, September 4, 1964 8156 Blues 'n boogie Vault 108 8157 Spontaneous blues (unissued) 8158 Street scene Vault 108 8159 Juicy (unissued) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Jack Wilson, Henry Cain (org) Gene Edwards (g) Leroy Vinnegar (b) Donald Bailey (d) Los Angeles, September 4, 1964 8160 My favorite things Vault LP108 8298 One mint julep - 8299 Far Carl - 8300 Lonely Avenue - 8301 Cain's Abel - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Next were Brazilian Mancini and Ramblin' for Vault, no unissued tracks listed with them.
  8. That Gil Evans sound great on that disc, even if one doesn't have a SACD player - someone should grab it. IIRC it was the first stereo release of that session from the original session tapes.
  9. Don Sleet

    He can also be heard on the two albums by Lennie McFrowne & The Four Souls.
  10. She does it the right/hard way by memorizing boppish solos and even setting lyrics to them - she will be the next scat and vocalese giant. On her facebook page she regularly posts videos of her singing, one has her singing along with a very complex Hermeto Pascoal solo. Check out her albums (I have yet to get the second): http://www.sunnysiderecords.com/artist.php?id=535&Bertault&Camille She also has a track on a vocalists' Bird tribute: https://www.camillebertault.fr/