kh1958

Members
  • Content count

    8,172
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About kh1958

  • Rank
    Super Bad
  • Birthday 08/28/1958

Contact Methods

  • AIM Vvsbkfcd
  • Website URL http://
  • ICQ 0

Profile Information

  • Gender Male
  • Location Dallas, Texas

Recent Profile Visitors

6,621 profile views
  1. Yes, Dorothy Donegan on piano, with unnamed bass and drums. She does play a lot of piano. The album is okay.
  2. I wondered how a Bolivian jazz (sort of) band would come to the tiny North Dallas club The Kitchen....
  3. Date/Time Wed, Jun 26, 2019 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm Location The Kitchen Café Efecto Madarina Bossa Nova, Bolivian Folklore, R&B, Blues and Pop A band that started as an acid jazz band, then discovered the world of a different fusion with Bossa Nova, Bolivian Folcklore, R&B, blues and pop. They’re now one of the most popular bands in Bolivia thanks to the personality of each of the musicians who gave their essence to create their own compositions and beautiful arrangements of Bolivian folk music.
  4. African Music

    This is insane, the mighty Jupiter and Okwess jamming in tiny Preservation Hall with members of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
  5. Donnybrook with Donegan (Capitol) Deodato 2 (CTI)
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    The Big Sound of Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials (Alligator)
  7. Charlie Christian and Lester Young Together 1940 (Jazz Archives)
  8. My only live experiences with Miles Davis were post-final comeback. I'm glad I was able to hear him live three times. The last two (during the Warner era, with Kenny Garrett and Foley) were the best. His sound was still beautiful. Those were great experiences, nothing "sucked" about them.
  9. At McCullough Theatre in Austin: Andrew Cyrille Quartet Andrew Cyrille Quartet Andrew Cyrille, drums Bill Frisell, guitar Richard Teitelbaum, keyboards Ben Street, bass Presented in partnership with KUTX’s Sunday Morning Jazz with Jay Trachtenberg Renowned avant-garde jazz drummer Andrew Cyrille, whose associations have ranged from a long, vintage collaboration with pianist Cecil Taylor to performing with legendary musicians including Rahshan Roland Kirk and Freddie Hubbard, brings his quartet to the McCullough Theatre stage. Members of this all-star quartet include guitar luminary Bill Frisell, one of the most sought-after guitar voices in contemporary music; keyboardist Richard Teitelbaum, known for bringing the first Moog Synthesizer to Europe as well as being a founding member of the seminal electronic music group Musica Elettronica Viva; and highly in-demand bassist Ben Street. A tireless workhorse in the avant-garde, Mr. Cyrille deserves substantial credit for helping to unlock a freer pulse and purpose in the music, slipping away from a metronomic framework while preserving a rigorous attention to form. – The New York Times Fun Facts: Cyrille began studying science at St. John's University, but switched his studies to The Juilliard School. His first professional engagement was as an accompanist of singer Nellie Lutcher. Guitarist Bill Frisell was also a longtime member of Paul Motian's groups from the early 1980s until Motian's death in 2011. Keyboardist Richard Teitelbaum won a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Italy in 1964 with Goffredo Petrassi, then in 1965 with Luigi Nono. Bassist Ben Street is a native of Maine and is the son of saxophonist and saxophone mouthpiece maker Bill Street.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Stan Getz Quartet Live at the Village Gate (Verve)
  11. Duke Ellington, Piano in the Foreground
  12. Duke Ellington, Ellington 66 (Reprise)
  13. Gene Ammons, Brasswind (Prestige) Johnny Young's Chicago Blues Band (Arhoolie)
  14. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    R.L. Burnside, Well Well Well (M.C. Records) Brandee Younger, Soul Awakening