Teasing the Korean

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  1. Miles Davis – Ascenseur Pour L'Échafaud 2cd version

    No, the reverb-free versions have been out before. I think they lack the mood and vibe of the film versions, but that's just my opinion. There is one track in the movie that has never been on any LP or CD version I've heard. It includes drums and piano and maybe bass, but I don't think there are horns, at least not the segment that is used in the film.
  2. John Coltrane and Red Garland

    Thanks all for the replies. So I guess it was bull@#$% after all. Most people don't listen to jazz, so they don't agree with either of us. When he hooked up with McCoy, Elvin, and Jimmy.
  3. John Coltrane and Red Garland

    A name-dropping former music professor of mine indicted that John Coltrane didn't like Red Garland's piano playing, that "only those very few of us who were close to the (Miles Davis) group knew this." I thought this was a funny statement even as a teenager. Well, John Coltrane certainly recorded with Red Garland outside of the Miles Davis group. At the same time, Coltrane to me didn't fully become Coltrane until he hooked up with McCoy Tyner. So name-dropping aside, is there any truth to this? Was Coltrane simply doing his thing and waiting for a player like McCoy Tyner to show up?
  4. Buddy Mntgomery - Ties Of Love (Landmark, 1987)

    And then there are chains of love.
  5. Kind of Latin Rhythm

  6. does piano technique suffer from playing organ?

    A Hammond B3 with the click and percussive harmonic engaged is as percussive as a piano, IMO.
  7. Erroll Garner

    Mambo Garner:
  8. Clare Fischer Discography

    Now what you think of track 4, the exotica track with the wordless female vocals? That is the money cut IMO. Also, do you think that Joe Henderson may have subconsciously plagiarized the song that sounds like "Blue Bossa?"
  9. That store was great in the early- to mid-90s when everyone was unloading vinyl. You could spend all day just in the dollar section before moving on to the main stock. Those were the days.
  10. Erroll Garner

    I love this Garner original. When I was a kid, this album cover seemed to me like this idealized version of adulthood. I imagined that the parents had someone else looking after the kids, and they were having cocktails and a picnic outside.
  11. Erroll Garner

    Years ago, I made a bossa comp consisting of bossas - or more accurately fake bossas - that appeared on otherwise non-bossa LPs. I included an Erroll Garner bossa from a soundtrack album he did for Mercury. PM me if anyone is interested in my track listing. Here is the track:
  12. "Gone" from Miles Davis and Gil Evans Porgy and Bess

    Thanks. I confirmed that the track I'm talking about is take 4. I don't know which take the finished version is, unless it is a composite.
  13. "Gone" from Miles Davis and Gil Evans Porgy and Bess

    It is labeled take 4 on the CD I have, in case there are more than one on the box set.
  14. Does anyone agree with my assessment that the alternate take of "Gone" appearing on the expanded CD is a tighter and more cohesive performance than the originally released version?