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  1. On January 1, 2020, I'm launching a new blog dedicated to exploring recorded jazz from the 1970s. It's called Playing Favorites: Reflections on Jazz in the 1970s. During the year-long blogging project, I plan to list one album per day for the entire year. So, at the end of the year, the site will provide details for 366 albums, all recorded between January 1, 1970 and December 31, 1979. As the title of the blog implies, I'm not focusing on the "most important" or "best" recordings from the decade. Rather, I'm discussing my favorite recordings, music that has personal meaning to me. One other caveat: I'm limiting myself to one recording as a leader per artist and one recording as a co-leader per artist. Rather than digging deeply into a handful of musicians, I wanted to show the breadth and diversity of jazz during the decade. This strategy also had the effect of prompting me to listen to lots of new music -- and to carefully re-examining old favorites. The URL for my blog is So far, I've written one post, providing background info about the project (as above). I've already chosen all 366 recordings. I have them listed chronologically (by recording date) on a spreadsheet -- with sidemen, labels, reissue details, etc. I've already written several of the entries, but I won't post them until next year on their "assigned" date. Some blog entries may only provide a sentence or two of commentary. Other entries will be longer. I think the main value of the project will be to shine a light (however dim) on some under-valued artists and express some appreciation for all the enjoyment that they have given me. It goes without saying that I will NOT be sharing files on this blog. That's not my purpose. I may occasionally provide links to music that others have posted on YouTube -- assuming that those YT posts are legal. But I'll emphasize again that my main purpose is to offer up a sizable, annotated LIST of recordings that others might recognize as jumping off points or gateways for further exploration. I've been tinkering with this idea for a long time, and I'd intended to write a book on the topic. But, based on the progress that I've made (nearly none), I decided that it would be better to create something, rather than holding on to a grander idea and as a result produce nothing. Let's see how this thing goes.
  2. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Beaver Harris 360° Music Experience - Negcaumongus (Cadence Jazz) with Ken McIntyre, Ricky Ford, Hamiet Bluiett, Don Pullen, Cameron Brown, and steel drummer Francis Haynes Powerful.
  3. You're right. That should be on my list! I've read it!
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    with Lonnie Smith, Ronnie Cuber, and Jimmy Lovelace Terrific !!!
  5. Here's a list of books that I've compiled. It's not precisely limited the subject of "Jazz in the 1970s." Instead, it's a list of book about any artists who made music in the 1970s. That's why it's extensive. That said, I'm sure that there are MANY that I'm missing. I should also say that I have not read all of these. Only some. ... I've highlighted a few that are special to me. ******************************* Balliett, Whitney. New York Notes: A Journal of Jazz in the Seventies. (Houghton Mifflin, 1976) Balliett, Whitney. Night Creature: A Journal of Jazz 1975-1980. (Oxford University Press, 1981) Balliett, Whitney. Goodbyes and Other Messages: A Journal of Jazz 1981-1990. (Oxford University Press, 1991) Basie, Count and Albert Murray. Good Morning Blues: The Autobiography of Count Basie. (Random House, 1985) Bauer, William R. Open the Door: The Life and Music of Betty Carter. (University of Michigan Press, 2003) Beal, Amy C. Carla Bley. (University of Illinois Press, 2011) Benson, George and Alan Goldsher. Benson: The Autobiography. (Da Capo, 2014) Berger, Edward and David Chevan. Bassically Speaking: An Oral History of George Duvivier (Scarecrow Press, 1993) Berger, Morroe. Benny Carter: A Life in American Music. (Scarecrow, 1982) Bley, Paul and David Lee. Stopping Time: Paul Bley and the Transformation of Jazz. (Véhicule Press, 2014) Bley, Paul and Norman Meehan. Time Will Tell: Conversations with Paul Bley. (Berkeley Hills Books, 2003) Blumenthal, Bob and John Abbott. Saxophone Colussus: A Portrait of Sonny Rollins. (Harry N. Abrams, 2010) Britt, Stan. Dexter Gordon: A Musical Biography. (Da Capo, 1989) Büchmann-Møller, Frank. Someone to Watch Over Me: The Life and Music of Ben Webster (University of Michigan Press, 2008) Burton, Gary. Learning to Listen. The Jazz Journey of Gary Burton: An Autobiography. (Berklee Press, 2013) Campbell, Robert L. and Christopher Trent. The Earthly Recordings of Sun Ra, 2nd edition. (Cadence Jazz Books, 2000) Carr, Ian. Keith Jarrett: The Man And His Music. (Da Capo, 1992) Chamberlain, Safford. An Unsung Cat: The Life and Music of Warne Marsh. (Scarecrow Press, 2004) Chambers, Jack. Milestones: The Music and Times of Miles Davis. (DaCapo, 1998) Conzo, Joe and David A. Pérez. Mambo Diablo: My Journey with Tito Puente. (Backbeat Books, 2012) Cook, Richard. It's About That Time: Miles Davis On and Off the Record. (Oxford University Press, 2007) Cooke, Mervyn. Pat Metheny: The ECM Years, 1975-1984. (Oxford University Press, 2017) Coryell, Larry. Improvising: My Life in Music. (Hal Leonard, 2007) Dahl, Linda. Haunted Heart: A Biography of Susannah McCorkle. (University of Michigan Press, 2008) Dahl, Linda. Morning Glory: A Biography of Mary Lou Williams. (University of California Press, 2001) Dance, Stanley. The World of Count Basie. (Da Capo, 1985) Dance, Stanley. The World of Earl Hines. (Da Capo, 1983) Dance, Stanley. The World of Duke Ellington. (Da Capo, 2000) Davis, Miles and Quincy Troupe. Miles: The Autobiography. (Simon & Schuster, 1990) Davis, Francis. Bebop and Nothingness: Jazz and Pop at the End of the Century. (Schimer, 1996) Davis, Francis. In the Moment: Jazz in the 1980s. (Oxford University Press, 1986) Davis, Francis. Outcats: Jazz Instrumentalists, Composers, and Singers. (Oxford University Press, 1992) Davis, Francis. Like Young: Jazz, Pop, Youth, and Middle Age. (Da Capo, 2001) De Barros, Paul. Shall We Play That One Together?: The Life and Art of Jazz Piano Legend Marian McPartland. (St. Martin's Press, 2012) Deffaa, Chip. In the Mainstream: 18 Portraits in Jazz. (Scarecrow Press, 1992) Doerschuk, Robert L. 88: The Giants of Jazz Piano. (Backbeat Books, 2001) Doran, James M. Erroll Garner: The Most Happy Piano. (Scarecrow Press, 1985) Ellington, Duke. Music Is My Mistress. (Da Capo, 1973) Enstice, Wayne and Paul Rubin. Jazz Spoken Here: Conversations with Twenty-Two Musicians. (Da Capo, 1994) Enwezor, Okwui (ed.), et al. ECM: A Cultural Archaeology. (Prestel, 2013) Erskine, Peter. No Beethoven: An Autobiography & Chronicle of Weather Report. (Alfred Music, 2013) Freeman, Bud and Alicia Jay White. You Don't Look Like a Musician. (Balamp, 2012) Freeman, Bud and Robert Wolf. Crazeology: The Autobiography of a Chicago Jazzman. (University of Illinois Press, 1989) Friedwald, Will. A Biographical Guide to the Great Jazz and Pop Singers. (Knopf Doubleday, 2010) Gabbard, Krin. Better Git It in Your Soul: An Interpretive Biography of Charles Mingus. (University of California Press, 2016) Garrick, Michael and Trevor Bannister. Dusk Fire: Jazz in English Hands. (Springdale Press, 2010) Gavin, James. Deep in a Dream: The Long Night of Chet Baker. (Chicago Review Press, 2011) Geerken, Hartmut and Chris Trent. Omniverse Sun Ra, 2nd edition. (Art Yard, 2015) Giddins, Gary. Rhythm-A-Ning: Jazz Tradition and Innovation in the 80's. (Oxford University Press, 1985) Giddins, Gary. Riding on a Blue Note: Jazz and American Pop. (Da Capo, 2000) Giddins, Gary. Visions of Jazz: The First Century. (Oxford University Press, 1998) Giddins, Gary. Weatherbird: Jazz at the Dawn of Its Second Century. (Oxford University Press, 2004) Gillespie, John Birks "Dizzy" and Al Fraser. To Be, or Not… to Bop (Da Capo, 2009) Ginell, Cary. Walk Tall: The Music & Life of Julian "Cannonball" Adderley. (Hal Leonard, 2013) Glasser, Brian. In a Silent Way: A Portrait of Joe Zawinul. (Sanctuary Publishing, 2001) Gluck, Bob. The Miles Davis Lost Quintet and Other Revolutionary Ensembles. (University of Chicago Press, 2016) Gluck, Bob. You'll Know When You Get There: Herbie Hancock and the Mwandishi Band. (University of Chicago Press, 2014) Goldsher, Alan. Hard Bop Academy: The Sidemen of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. (Hal Leonard, 2002) Goodman, John F. Mingus Speaks. (University of California Press, 2013) Gordon, Maxine. Sophisticated Giant: The Life and Legacy of Dexter Gordon. (University of California Press, 2018) Gourse, Leslie. Sassy: The Life of Sarah Vaughan. (Da Capo, 1994) Green, Sharony Andrews. Grant Green: Rediscovering the Forgotten Genuis of Jazz Guitar. (Backbeat Books, 1999) Hall, Fred M. It's About Time: The Dave Brubeck Story (University of Arkansas Press, 1996) Hamilton, Andy. Lee Konitz: Conversations on the Improviser's Art. (University of Michigan Press, 2007) Hancock, Herbie and Lisa Dickey. Possibilities. (Viking, 2014) Harper, Colin. Bathed in Lightning: John McLaughlin, the 60s and the Emerald Beyond. (Jawbone Press, 2014) Hasse, John Edward. Beyond Category: The Life And Genius Of Duke Ellington. (Da Capo, 1995) Hawes, Hampton and Don Asher. Raise Up Off Me: A Portrait of Hampton Hawes. (Da Capo, 2001) Heath, Jimmy. I Walked with Giants: The Autobiography of Jimmy Heath. (Temple University Press, 2010) Heining, Duncan. George Russell: The Story of an American Composer (Scarecrow Press, 2009) Heining, Duncan. Mosaics: The Life and Works of Graham Collier (Equinox Publishing, 2018) Heller, Michael. Loft Jazz: Improvising New York in the 1970s. (University of California Press, 2016) Hennessey, Mike. The Little Giant: The Story of Johnny Griffin. (Northway Publications, 2008) Hicock, Larry. Castles Made Of Sound: The Story Of Gil Evans. (Da Capo, 2002) Hinton, Milt and David G. Berger and Holly Maxson. Playing the Changes: Milt Hinton's Life in Stories and Photographs. (Vanderbilt University Press, 2008) Hodes, Art and Chadwick Hansen. Hot Man: The Life of Art Hodes. (University of Illinois Press, 1992) Isoadari, Steve. The Dark Tree: Jazz and the Community Arts in Los Angeles. (University of California Press, 2006) Jacobsen, Thomas W. The New Orleans Jazz Scene, 1970-2000: A Personal Retrospective. (LSU Press, 2014) Jarrett, Michael. Pressed for All Time: Producing the Great Jazz Albums from Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday to Miles Davis and Diana Krall. (UNC Press, 2016) Jewell, Derek. Duke: A Portrait of Duke Ellington. (W.W. Norton, 1977) Johnson, Batt. What Is This Thing Called Jazz: Insights and Opinions From the Players. (Writer's Showcase, 2001) Johnson, Ellen. Jazz Child: A Portrait of Sheila Jordan. (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2014) Jones, Peter. This Is Hip: The Life of Mark Murphy (Equinox UK, 2018) Josephson, Sanford. Jeru's Journey: The Life & Music of Gerry Mulligan. (Hal Leonard, 2015) Jost, Ekkehard. Free Jazz. (Da Capo, 1994) Judge, Maria S. Jake Hanna: The Rhythm and Wit of a Swinging Jazz Drummer. (Meredith Music, 2012) Kahn, Ashley. The House That Trane Built: The Story of Impulse Records. (Norton, 2006) Kelly, Robin D.G. Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original. (Free Press, 2010) Kofsky, Frank. Black Nationalism and the Revolution in Music. (Pathfinder, 1970) Kolosky, Walter. Power, Passion and Beauty: The Story of the Legendary Mahavishnu Orchestra. (Abstract Logix Books, 2006) Kruth, John. Bright Moments: The Life and Legacy of Rahsaan Roland Kirk. (Welcome Rain Publishers, 2000) Kuehn, John and Arne Astrup. Buddy DeFranco: A Biographical Portrait and Discography. (Scarecrow Press, 1993) Lake, Steve (ed.) and Paul Griffiths (ed.). Horizons Touched: The Music of ECM (Granta UK, 2007) Lees, Gene. The Leader of the Band: The Life of Woody Herman. (Oxford University Press, 1995) Lees, Gene. Waiting for Dizzy. (Oxford University Press, 1991) Lees, Gene. Oscar Peterson: The Will to Swing. (Prima, 1991) Lewis, George E. A Power Stronger Than Itself: The AACM and American Experimental Music. (University of Chicago Press, 2009) Liebman, Dave and Lewis Porter. What It Is: The Life of a Jazz Artist. (Scarecrow Press, 2013) Litweiler, John. The Freedom Principle: Jazz After 1958. (Da Capo, 1990) Litweiler, John. Ornette Coleman: A Harmolodic Life. (William Morrow, 1993) Lock, Graham. Forces In Motion: Anthony Braxton and the Meta-reality of Creative Music. (Dover, 2018) Looker, Benjamin. Point from which creation begins: The Black Artists' Group of St. Louis. (Missouri Historical Society Press, 2004) Loza, Steven Joseph. Tito Puente and the Making of Latin Music. (University of Illinois Press, 1999) Lyons, Len. The Great Jazz Pianists. (Da Capo, 1983) Maggin, Donald L. Dizzy: The Life and Times of John Birks Gillespie. (Harper, 2005) Maggin, Donald L. Stan Getz: A Life in Jazz. (William Morrow, 1996) Majer, Gerald. The Velvet Lounge: On Late Chicago Jazz. (Columbia University Press, 2005) Mandel, Howard. Miles, Ornette, Cecil: Jazz Beyond Jazz. (Routledge, 2007) Martino, Pat and Bill Milkowski. Here and Now! The Autobiography of Pat Martino. (Backbeat Books, 2011) McGregor, Maxine. Chris McGregor and the Brotherhood of Breath: My Life with a South African Jazz Pioneer. (Bamberger Books, 1995) McKay, George. Circular Breathing: The Cultural Politics of Jazz in Britain. (Duke University Press, 2006) McMillan, Jeff. Delightfulee: The Life and Music of Lee Morgan. (University of Michigan Press, 2008) Mercer, Michelle. Footprints: The Life and Work of Wayne Shorter. (Tarcher, 2004) Meyer, Edward N. Giant Strides: The Legacy of Dick Wellstood. (Scarecrow Press, 1999) Milkowski, Bill. Jaco: The Extraordinary and Tragic Life of Jaco Pastorius. (Backbeat Books, 2005) Mingus, Charles. Beneath the Underdog: His World as Composed by Mingus. (Vintage, 1991) Minor, William. Jazz Journeys to Japan: The Heart Within. (University of Michigan Press, 2004) Nicholson, Stuart. Ella Fitzgerald: A Biography of the First Lady of Jazz. (Da Capo, 1995) Nicholson, Stuart. Jazz-Rock: A History (Schirmer, 1998) Nisenson, Eric. Open Sky: Sonny Rollins and his World of Improvisation. (Da Capo, 2000) Nurmi, Mikko. The Art of Ron Carter. (CreateSpace, 2015) O'Day, Anita and George Eells. High Times, Hard Times. (Limelight Editions, 2004) Ouelette, Dan. Ron Carter: Finding the Right Notes. (KMW Studio, 2014) Pepper, Art and Laurie Pepper. Straight Life: The Story Of Art Pepper. (Da Capo, 1994) Pepper, Laurie. ART: Why I Stuck with a Junkie Jazzman. (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2014) Perchard, Tom. Lee Morgan: His Life, Music and Culture. (Equinox Publishing, 2008) Pettinger, Peter. Bill Evans: How My Heart Sings. (Yale University Press, 2002) Ponomarev, Valery. On the Flip Side of Sound. (AuthorHouse, 2009) Porter, Bob. Soul Jazz: Jazz in the Black Community, 1945-1975 (XLIBRIS, 2016) Priestley, Brian. Mingus: A Critical Biography. (Da Capo, 1984) Purdie, Bernard "Pretty." Let the Drums Speak! The Life Story of the World's Most Recorded Drummer. (Pretty Media, 2014) Ramsey, Doug. Jazz Matters: Reflections on the Music & Some of its Makers. (University of Arkansas Press, 1989) Ramsey, Doug. Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond. (Parkside, 2005) Reid, S. Duncan. Cal Tjader: The Life and Recordings of the Man Who Revolutionized Latin Jazz. (McFarland, 2013) Roberts, John Storm. Black Music of Two Worlds. (Original Music, 1982) Roberts, John Storm. Latin Jazz: The First Fusion, 1900 - Today. (Schirmer, 1999) Roberts, John Storm. The Latin Tinge: The Impact of Latin American Music on the United States, 2nd Edition. (Oxford, 1999) Robinson, Perry and Florence Wetzel. Perry Robinson: The Traveler (iUniverse, 2002) Shacter, James D. Loose Shoes: The Story of Ralph Sutton. (Jaynar Press, 1994) Shearing, George and Alyn Shipton. Lullaby of Birdland: The Autobiography of George Shearing. (Bloomsbury Academic, 2004) Sheridan, Chris. Dis Here: A Bio-Discography of Julian "Cannonball" Adderley. (Greenwood, 2000) Shipton, Alyn. Handful of Keys: Conversations with 30 Jazz Pianists. (Routledge, 2004) Shipton, Alyn. Groovin' High: The Life of Dizzy Gillespie. (Oxford University Press, 1999) Shipton, Alyn. A New History of Jazz. (Bloomsbury, 2001) Shipton, Alyn. Out of the Long Dark: The Life of Ian Carr. (Equinox Publishing, 2006) Shoemaker, Bill. Jazz in the 1970s: Diverging Streams (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2017) Silver, Horace and Phil Pastras. Let's Get to the Nitty Gritty: The Autobiography of Horace Silver. (University of California Press, 2007) Smith, Chris. The View from the Back of the Band: The Life and Music of Mel Lewis. (University of North Texas Press, 2014) Spellman, A.B. Four Lives in the Bebop Business. (Limelight, 1985) Stein Crease, Stephanie. Gil Evans: Out of the Cool: His Life and Music. (Chicago Review Press, 2001) Steinbeck, Paul. Message to Our Folks: The Art Ensemble of Chicago (University of Chicago Press, 2017) Svorinich, Victor. Listen to This: Miles Davis and "Bitches Brew." (University Press of Mississippi, 2015) Szwed, John. So What: The Life Miles Davis. (Simon & Schuster, 2002) Szwed, John. Space Is The Place: The Lives and Times of Sun Ra. (DaCapo, 1998) Tapscott, Horace and Steven Isoardi (editor). Song of the Unsung: The Musical and Social Journey of Horace Tapscott. (Duke University Press, 2001) Taylor, Art. Notes and Tones: Musician-to-Musician Interviews. (Da Capo, 1993) Terry, Clark and Gwen Terry. Clark: The Autobiography of Clark Terry. (University of California Press, 2011) Torff, Brian Q. In Love with Voices: A Jazz Memoir (iUniverse, 2008) Tracey, Clark. The Godfather of British Jazz: The Life and Music of Stan Tracey (Equinox Publishing, 2017) Tucker, Mark (editor). The Duke Ellington Reader. (Oxford University Press, 1993) Ullman, Michael. Jazz Lives: Portraits in Words and Pictures. (New Republic Books, 1980) Vache, Warren W. Crazy Fingers: Claude Hopkins' Life in Jazz. (Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992) Weiss, Jason (editor). Steve Lacy: Conversations. (Duke University Press, 2006) Weston, Randy and Willard Jenkins. African Rhythms: The Autobiography of Randy Weston. (Duke University Press, 2010) Whitehead, Kevin. New Dutch Swing. (Billboard Books, 1998) Wilber, Bob and Derek Webster. Music Was Not Enough. (Oxford University Press, 1988) Wilmer, Valerie. As Serious As Your Life: The Story of the New Jazz. (Serpent's Tail, 1992) Wilson, Peter Niklas. Ornette Coleman: His Life and Music. (Berkeley Hill Books, 1999) Woodard, Josef and Charlie Haden. Conversations with Charlie Haden. (Silman-James Press, 2017) Youngquist, Paul. A Pure Solar World: Sun Ra and the Birth of Afrofuturism. (University of Texas Press, 2016) Zammarchi, Fabrice and Sylvie Mas. A Life in the Golden Age of Jazz: A Biography of Buddy DeFranco. (Parkside, 2003)
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Buddy Terry - Pure Dynamite (Mainstream, 1972) This is really, really good. ... Not surprising, perhaps, given the ridunkulous line-up of young up-and-comers supporting Terry. Eddie Henderson, Woody Shaw, Kenny Barron, Joanne Brackeen, Buster Williams, Stanley Clarke, Billy Hart, Lenny White, Airto Moreira, and Mtume. In other words, a Seventies dream band.
  7. Looks interesting. Especially the tracks with Prez. Will keep an eye out for this one.
  8. Dexter Gordon - Live in Chateauvallon 1978

    Very exciting! Like soulpope, this immediately made me think of Gordon's recordings from the Keystone. Some of my favorite Dex!
  9. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Andrew Cyrille & Maono - Metamusicians' Stomp (Black Saint) Tremendous. That particular benediction -- and box score -- is new to me.
  10. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    John Coltrane - The Stardust Sessions (Prestige)
  11. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    NP: Jimmy McGriff - Blues to the Bone (Milestone) Fun to hear Al Grey here. You don't hear trombones with Hammond organ groups everyday. But Grey sounds sweeeeeet, as does the whole band.
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Cedar Walton - Spectrum (Prestige) CD compiles two LPs: Spectrum (1968) and The Electric Boogaloo Song (1969) and The Horace Silver Quintet featuring Stanley Turrentine - Serenade for a Soul Sister (Blue Note) Both excellent.
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    It's feeling like a Richard "Groove" Holmes sort of day. Now: Earlier: Up next:
  14. What vinyl are you spinning right now??

    Cecil McBee Sextet - Music from the Source (Enja/Inner City, 1979) The companion LP to Compassion.
  15. RIP Stanley Crouch

    Iverson's obit is an excellent bit of writing. The way Iverson recalls how Crouch made his interview transcript even more provocative and volatile than their actual discussion! That tells the tale. Stanley Crouch, right there. It's Crouch's combative tone that almost always turned me off. The way he put down people; it reminded me of a jazz version of Rush Limbaugh. Not listening "in good faith," always trying to score some sort of point in an imaginary game. ... But I guess that was Stanley Crouch. He loved to provoke people. EDIT: Am I speaking ill of the dead? I guess so. ... But also maybe Crouch's temperament, his experience, and his circumstances were just so different than mine that I have difficulty bridging the gap. ... How about this? He loved what he loved. You can't take that away from him.
  16. Michael, PM sent on the following ANDREW CYRILLE titles: 121262-2 X Man ‎(CD, Album) rear insert trimmed square $2 Black Saint – 120025-2 Metamusicians Stomp (with Maono) no rear insert $3 Soul Note ‎121012-2 Special People rear insert trimmed square $3 Soul Note – 121062-2 Andrew Cyrille Feat. Ted Daniel - Sonelius Smith - Nick Di Geronimo* - The Navigator rear insert trimmed square $4 Black Saint – 120030-2 Andrew Cyrille / Jeanne Lee / Jimmy Lyons (2) - Nuba rear insert trimmed square $6 121292-2 Good to Go -A tribute to Bu rear insert trimmed square $3 Thanks.
  17. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    More material for inclusion in the comprehensive Bill Barron BOX SET !
  18. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Jo Jones Special (Fresh Sound; originally Vanguard) and Ben Markley Quartet featuring Joel Frahm - Slow Play (OA2)
  19. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Sam Jones - Something in Common (32 Jazz; originally Muse) 5 stars.