kh1958

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  1. Russ Freeman and Andre Previn, Double Play (Contemporary) Chuck Wayne, String Fever (RCA Vik) Bud Freeman Summa Cum Laude Orchestra, Chicago /Austin High School Jazz in Hi Fi (RCA)
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Sons of Kemet, Your Queen is a Reptile (Impulse)
  3. Art Blakey, Like Someone in Love (Blue Note, 1970s dark blue label pressing) Hampton Hawes, The Challenge (RCA)
  4. The Academy Records store on the lower East Side (415 E. 12th Street) is substantially better for jazz records. That's the one I go to when I have the chance.
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Bebe, Cambio De Piel (Warner Music Spain)
  6. Big Ears Festival

    Already announcing partial line-up for 2019 (March 21-24): NILS FRAHM ADD MARY HALVORSON: CODE GIRL ADD LONNIE HOLLEY ADD RACHEL GRIMES: THE WAY FORTH ADD THE MESSTHETICS ADD IRREVERSIBLE ENTANGLEMENTS ADD DEREK GRIPPER
  7. MILFORD GRAVES FULL MANTIS This new documentary illuminates the life, music, and philosophies of renowned drummer/percussionist Milford Graves. Since the 1960s, Graves (born 1941) has performed internationally with free-jazz luminaries such as Albert Ayler and Sonny Sharrock. Milford Graves Full Mantis takes viewers into Graves's Queens home to meet the relentlessly curious artist. His ruminations on life, nature, and the fluidity of rhythm are intercut with archival performance footage-including a European concert and an ecstatic happening at a Japanese school. June 16, 7pm at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  8. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Jason Marsalis and the 21st Century Trad Band, Melody Reimagined: book 1 (Basin Street)
  9. At Rudy's Jazz Room in Nashville: Last Sunday night: Charles Treadway Trio (soul jazz with organ/guitar/drums). Last Monday night: Giovanni Rodriguez (Cuban jazz/Latin music with violin, keyboards, bass guitar, congas, timbales).
  10. Date/Time Sat, Jun 23, 2018 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm Location The Kitchen Café Marvin Stamm, Bill Mayes, Ed Soph, & James Driscoll Bill Mayes, piano Ed Soph, drums Marvin Stamm, flg., trumpet James Driscoll, bass
  11. The Swingen'est (Bennie Green, Gene Ammons, Frank Foster, Frank Wess, Nat Adderley, Tommy Flanagan, Albert Heath, Ed Jones) (Veejay) Horace Silver, Silver's Serenede (Blue Note) Laurindo Almedia, Virtuoso Guitar (Crystal Clear direct to disc 45)
  12. No brainer pre-order for me.
  13. Kamasi Washington Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory @ Dallas, TX Sat, Sep 29, 2018
  14. Hugh Masekela - Home Is Where The Music Is

    Listening to the newly issued 3 disc anthology of Hugh Masekela recordings from 1966-76; the first disc and a half are pretty spotty; there is not much I would listen to twice. Then halfway through disc 2, you reach the entirety of Introducing Hedzoleh Sounds, which is a fantastic record (not issued before on CD?) with a group from Ghana, to whom Masekela was introduced by Fela. Worth the price of admission alone.
  15. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Hugh Masekela, '66-'76 (Wrasse Records)