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  1. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Now on to this less popular Miles Davis collaboration with Gil Evans that none-the-less I like a lot. Miles Davis "Quiet Nights" Sony DSD remastered lp facsimile cd, SRCS 9734
  2. #NP:Make It Up!

    Tom Jobim "Chopin Etudes" Liner notes by Clare Fischer
  3. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Yesterday was the birthday of one of my favorite composers and musicians, Antonio Carlos Jobim. I'll celebrate today as I missed yesterday as an opportunity. SFJazz Collective "Compositions of Antonio Carlos Jobim & Original Compositions" disc 1, the really well done arrangements of Jobim's works, which are freed from Bossa nova tropes and cliches.
  4. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Archie Shepp "Steam" Enja/Solid Records Japan cd Bass – Cameron Brown Drums – Beaver Harris Tenor Saxophone, Piano – Archie Shepp Steam is what you need while watching the snow fall. Brown and Harris make a great team for Shepp here. March 14, 1976, East-West Festival, Nuremberg, Germany
  5. Dormammu freaked me out as a kid reading Doctor Strange in the mid-sixties.
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Gene Ammons, Sonny Sitt, Brother Jack McDuff "Soul Summitt" Prestige
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    "Charles Mingus in Paris--The Complete America Sessions" disc 1 The albums "Blue Bird" and "Pythecanthropus Erectus" are on this disc, recorded October 31, 1970 in Paris for America Records. Charles Mingus - bass Eddie Preston - trumpet Charles McPherson - alto saxophone Bobby Jones - tenor saxophone Jaki Byard - piano Dannie Richmond - drums
  8. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Mario Adnet "Villa Lobos--um ohlar Sobre" cd Brazilian Chamber music that is quite a nice selection to watch gently falling snow.
  9. Last track before you go to sleep

    No music for me. My neighborhood--and my house across the road from a state wildlife preserve (acres and acres of forest) is so quiet, punctuated by the wind in the trees, the occasional call of an owl. . . I just fall asleep with that gentle background.
  10. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Starting off where I left off on this disc a few days ago with the Memphis Horns segment. Aretha Franklin and King Curtis with the Memphis Horns and Billy Preston Live at the Fillmore "Don't Fight the Feeling" WEA Japan 4 cd set, disc 3
  11. My biggest hardship is I can't seem to get my Wallaby keefir. I'm a lucky man.
  12. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    I still have my LP of this session which I bought when it was still fairly a new release, but this SHM-SACD is free from decades of wear and sounds very nice (I think it sounds right with my DAC in "Out" phase). Just such great music. This is where I heard Flora Purim and said "Wow" and followed her everywhere in that decade. Such a killer release. . .important in my listening life. Chick Corea "Return to Forever" ECM-Universal Japan SHM-SACD
  13. Yes, with George Rains on drums, a real nice guy who can play. Used to watch him weekly at Antone's in the 'eighties.
  14. Roy Brooks - The Free Slave CD reissue

    More saw. But another tune as well. I'll keep an eye out for it.
  15. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    He did blow his lip off. He has a few good records, I really like this one and the tribute to Fats.