Hardbopjazz

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  1. This was just released on Amazon Prime. Has anyone watched it yet? I knew it was being worked on for the past 4 or so years. I didn't know till this now it is available. https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B08DK6MTHK/ref=atv_dp_share_r_fb_0fea07c937584?fbclid=IwAR1wYwFRksKkW7KvqM9INq0LsBsH6yN8c7PqeN7K0g_htz1CYvRm5ezEC7s
  2. I recently bought an Argo first issue recording of James Moody, "James Moody." The vinyl on this record is so thick, unlike any other records I've ever had. You can see how good the quality of the vinyl used in this recording by just holding the records. Which record company(s) used the best vinyl in your opinion?
  3. Overlooked pianists

    There are two that come to mind for me that have drifted into oblivion, and one day when their names are mention, most might remember them. Both I feel were real fine players who need to get more respect. Herman Foster Albert Dailey Lou Donaldson's "Blues Walk" and "Light Foot", Foster's playing is so good. There not much of Foster as a leader available. I've found these two recordings offered in one package. Explosive Piano of Herman / Have You Heard Herman. Albert Dailey died way too young. Plus he didn't have that much output as a leader, but he was an amazing player. He plays so nice on Stan Getz's album "Lover Man" and Freddie Hubbard's "Backlash." From these two albums I started to hunt down recordings with him. Dailey was also in Sonny Rollins' band in the early 70's, but I don't believe he recorded with Sonny. Any recordings with either of these two that come to mind? Can anyone think of other pianists that for one reason or another don't hit the radar but you think should? I did manage to get a copy of Piano Jazz with Albert Dailey. He is brilliant.
  4. Finally, a WOODY SHAW thread...

    Blue note’s email said it’s a new one only available as a download.
  5. Eddie Van Halen dead at 65 from metastatic throat cancer

    wow. 65 is young.
  6. The Whotles.

    McCartney, Starr, Townsend and Doltrey to form a new group and will record an album and tour. Ha ha ha. https://madhousemagazine.com/beatles-the-who-merge-to-record-album-tour-in-2021/?fbclid=IwAR2A69uLjei8tSbWjK0dmApBU8vFcaF3ETBKFn_NHOecdORjZW0n52eOrKY
  7. Finally, a WOODY SHAW thread...

    How about now?
  8. Finally, a WOODY SHAW thread...

    Here's a new one on Blue Note.
  9. Doesn't anyone know of a web page with the Prestige catalog?
  10. Is there a complete discography on of the Prestige catalog?

    Looking for numerical listing that all. Thanks. I found what I was looking for.
  11. RIP Helen Reddy.

    Move the discussion to the artist forum.
  12. Bob Gibson -- RIP

    RIP. two of greatest pitchers I ever seen died a few weeks apart from each other.
  13. RIP Helen Reddy.

    That’s what happens when I type on my iPhone. It always thinks I meant to spell something else.
  14. JAZZ NOTES He wrote his first piece when a boy, by way of trying to woo a girl. That he failed in his quest didn't cause Wayne Shorter too much angst because he already saw art as a doorway to adventures of a more internal sort. Chasing girls was put on hold while he conquered clarinet, saxophone, and composition. He listened avidly to Stravinsky, Dvorak, and Ravel, and then at the age of 15 heard Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie. His world was turned on its head. https://www.theage.com.au/culture/music/assured-and-compelling-wayne-shorter-s-relentless-quest-for-truth-20200928-p55zu7.html?fbclid=IwAR0ppdEEg4t1vICIrWXa7k8QuwVoCkBdZgm4KQGjJSRMrLThMqX2sGWSIuY
  15. Thanks for the alert. I will be getting this one.
  16. The director of the Louis Armstrong house mentioned today that Mosaic is working on a new 7 CD box Louis Armstrong RCA material. He played one track and I will differently make this one set I can't bypass.
  17. Happy 80th Birthday, Gary Bartz!

    Happy birthday, Gary. Enjoy and stay healthy.
  18. Great solo efforts.

    I've been listening to Lee Konitz's "Lone-Lee" solo album. This is a good one.
  19. Great solo efforts.

    Here are some great jazz solo albums (unaccompanied albums). Any others that come to mine? Yes, despite what many people think, this is a good album. Joe Pass always was great playing with himself.
  20. What happens to your collection?

    It will go into a wing named after me of a museum called trash 😀
  21. RIP Stanley Crouch

    He was very active in the jazz world. Many times he would speak before concerts and give his opinion. RIP, Stanley.
  22. Juliette Grèco 1927-2020

    RIP. She’s hanging with Miles again.