kh1958

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  1. Charlie Parker, On Dial, volume 3 (Spotlight) Presenting Red Mitchell (Contemporary). Unfortunately, the original cover was not included but I could not resist a deep groove mono copy for $4.
  2. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Jason Moran, The Sound Will Tell You (Yes)
  3. July 9, 2022: Lurie Bell, John Primer, Carl Weathersby, Antone's, Austin July 16, 2022: Quamon Fowler, Scat Jazz, Fort Worth July 22, 2022: Stanley Jordan, Windmills, The Colony July 23, 2022: Stanley Jordan, Windmills, The Colony July 30, 2022: Hindustani Flute Recital by Smt. Kanika Pandey, Cullen Hall, University of St. Thomas, Houston Tutu Jones, The Goat, Dallas August 6, 2022: Herlin Riley, Leroy Jones, Satchmo Summerfest, Old Mint, New Orleans August 7, 2022: Lawrence Cotton, Doreen's Jazz New Orleans, Jeremy Davenport, Satchmo Summerfest, Old Mint, New Orleans August 12, 2022: Adewale Ayuba a.k.a. Mr. Johnson, Arlington Music Hall, Artlington September 2-4, 2022: Eddie Palmieri, Robert Glasper, Dianne Reeves, Shelley Carrol, Gerald Veasley, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Dallas September 17, 2022: Abhishek Borkar (sarod), Shakir Khan (sitar), Houston September 23-24, 2022: Gili Yalo (Ethiopia/Israel), Son Rompe Pera (Mexico), Dacha Brahka (Ukraine), Al Bilali Soudan (Mali), Madalitso Band (Malawi), Kirin Aluwalla (India), Globalquerque, Albuquerque, New Mexico September 24, 2022: Purbayan Chatterjee (sitar); Rashesh Chaurasia (flute), Bates Recital Hall, Austin Seun Kuti, The Comet is Coming, Yuseff Dayes, Format Festival, Bentonville, Arkansas Tinariwen, Tulips FTW, Fort Worth September 25, 2022: Herbie Hancock, Vieux Farka Toure, Format Festival, Bentonville, Arkansas Tinariwen, Heights Theater, Houston Delvon Lamar Organ Trio, Antone's, Austin October 27, 2022: Imarhan, Empire Control Room, Austin October 30, 2022: Concert of Morning Ragas by PT Bhubanesh Komkali, Cullen Hall, University of St. Thomas, Houston November 4, 2022: Branford Marsalis, Cullen Theater, Houston November 12, 2022: Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio, Lensic Theater, Santa Fe, New Mexico December 5-6, 2022: Sullivan Fortner, Menil Collection, Houston January 21, 2023: Miguel Zenon, Cullen Theater, Houston March 4, 2023: Christian McBride, Cullen Theater, Houston March 30-April 2, 2023: Big Ears Festival, Knoxville, Tennessee April 13-16, 2023: French Quarter Festival, New Orleans April 26-30: Festival Internationale de Louisiane, Lafayette, Lousiana April 28-May 7, 2023: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival May 12, 2023: Kendrick Scott, Cullen Theater, Houston
  4. Stanley Jordan - Live in Concert! Date Friday July 22 and 23, 2022 Time Showtime 9:30pm Location Windmills Grandscape (map) 5755 Grandscape Blvd The Colony TX 75056 $25.00Play VideoShare Buy Tickets Guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan displays openness, imagination, versatility, and maverick daring. His music is imbued with warmth and sensitivity and can be counted on to take listeners on a breathless journey into the unexpected. His special touch technique allows him to play simultaneously on two different guitars, or even on guitar and piano. But this technique is always a means to a musical end. His versions of “The Lady in My Life” and “Eleanor Rigby” sent Magic Touch to the top of Billboard’s jazz chart for 51 weeks and made the album a gold-seller. Leonard Feather wrote, “Genius is a word often tossed around in musical circles, but it has been rightfully applied to Stanley Jordan.”
  5. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I noticed she was playing at the Old Mint Jazz Museum in New Orleans a couple of times in June and checked her out on youtube and Bandcamp. I'll be ordering the other CD too.
  6. Bruce Harris

    I definitely like him in Herlin Riley's group.
  7. One of the 1947 Dial sessions has J.J. Johnson, not this particular one.
  8. This LP has Dexterity, Bongo Bop, Dewey Square, The Hymn, Embraceable You, Bird of Paradise. One of the greatest recording sessions in jazz.
  9. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    The Pacific Jazz Piano Trios (Mosaic)
  10. Junior Mance with David Newman, Live at the Top (Atlantic) Charlie Parker on Dial, volume 4 (Spotlite)
  11. Jason Moran on Yes Records

    JASON MORAN - THE SOUND WILL TELL YOU [CD] $24.99 The Sound Will Tell You, Moran's 3rd Solo piano recording, was made on January 4-6, 2021. Half of the works use an effect dubbed "DRIP", a filter to allow the sound cast a shadow. The Drip gives the note another gravity. These pieces are marked by "tear", "honey" and "shadow. Moran, from Houston, also recalls DJ Screw's ability to give a song a new sluggish gait. Drawing out the drawl and sinking the beat into the mud. The music moves in slower motion. Many of the titles refer to Toni Morrison, the author Moran read most frequently during quarantine. She evokes sound often and speaks of the pitch black night as "it may as well be a rainbow." - Song of Solomon. The Sound Will Tell You is being concurrently released with an exhibition of new works on paper at the Luhring Augustine Gallery in Tribeca, New York. Moran's practice of recording his hand motions on the piano manual creates a variation on the "recording". The attack of the finger on the key leaves a mark and accumulates residue. A believer in "melody", much like his idols Thelonious Monk and Herbie Nichols, Moran writes pieces that retrace themselves. The songs step into their own footsteps, a choreography of repetition, occasionally disrupting their own dance. Body and Soul remains a piece Moran circles around, this time with a nod to Eddie Kendricks' "Intimate Friends". For Love was recently heard in the film version of Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me, which Moran scored. His dedication to the melody is what pulls this record into another territory, aiming to eliminate the differences between melody and solo. The narrative drives these works. How much more terrible was the Night highlights America's current state of pandemonium. ▌Track Listing▐ 01 - Follow The Light 02 - Spoken In Two (Tear) 03 - For Love 04 - My Mother's Handful Of Tea 05 - Only The Shadow Knows (Honey) 06 - Body & Soul With Intimate Friends (Shadow) 07 - Dawns After The Dream 08 - Bee Mantra (Honey) 09 - How Much More Terrible Was The Night 10 - The Only Morning Coming (Tear) 11 - Hum Then Sing Then Speak 12 - Toni Morrison Said Black Is A Rainbow (Shadow) ――――――――――――――― Credits released January 15, 2021 Cover Photo - Ari Marcopoulos Recorded on January 4-6, 2021 at: The Bridge Studio, in Brooklyn, NY Head Engineer: Amon Drum Assistant Engineer: Greg Tock Mixing Engineer: Amon Drum Mastering: Raven Moran Jason Moran is a Steinway & Sons artist. © All Rights Reserved ►NOTE TO CUSTOMERS: When purchasing multiple items, please contact us directly at yesrecordsorder@gmail.com for a combined shipping discount.◄ New solo piano release. https://yesrecords.bigcartel.com
  12. Benny Waters, From Paradise (Smalls) to Shangrila (Muse) Orchestre Les Volcans Du Benin