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Best track you heard all week

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Van Morrison- These Dreams Of You (Live version from It's Too Late To Stop Now)

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Hearing Curtis Fuller's "I Will Tell Her" on the way home from work the other night made me want to hurry home and hug my wife as tight as I could.

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"Scoops" by the Ralph Lalama Quartet CD titled MUSIC FOR GROWN-UPS on Criss Cross

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"Parkeriana" from The Great Concert of Charles Mingus.

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From the album Tim Hardin 3: Live in Concert

Stunning singing. Sad he left us too soon. Him and Hank, both.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utyyDLIyNS0&list=FLl_-tD2va_T6TPkdzAyZzIg&index=1

Studio version, from Tim Hardin II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAkcybHs6dc&feature=autoplay&list=FLl_-tD2va_T6TPkdzAyZzIg&playnext=1

Edited by Neal Pomea

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Howlin' Wolf's Spoonful. It has been a while.

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damn - how do I insert a video like those above?

ok I did it in Firefox (thanks Neal)

Edited by cih

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damn - how do I insert a video like those above?

I just put a link without the media/media tags that I see in your post, and it did it automatically for me. I was using Windows XP and Mozilla Firefox. Maybe the browser makes a difference? It didn't work when I simply removed your media and /media tags.

Edit: My browser was Mozilla Firefox 6.0.2

Edited by Neal Pomea

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"Free Forever" by Omer Avital from the album of the same name.

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Driving on the motorway the other night, I listened to Baby Face Willette's "Face To Face". "Something Strange" had me in some kind of other-worldly state, especially in Ben Dixon's cymbal crashes at the start of the soloists' choruses.

Strange how a simple blues that you've heard many times can do this. I tried it again a few days later, but it wasn't the same.

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Ben Webster plays "Cry Me a River" on disk 7 of this box set:

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Tom Waits- Step Right Up

Always get a kick out of this song!

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"Debris" - the Faces. written and sung by Ronnie Lane, with Rod on backing vocals. Sublime.

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"Stolen Moments" - from Jon Mayer - Full Circle (Reservoir) (Rufus Reid b. & Victor Lewis d.)

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Got me, again

Nice one dan. Bill used to play here in the UK regularly a few years, I used to watch and listen in awe.

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Got me, again

Nice one dan. Bill used to play here in the UK regularly a few years, I used to watch and listen in awe.

Glad you liked it.

Dana

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"For Cedar" from One For All Invades Vancouver (Cellar Live)

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Two tracks by Benny Green

"You Don't Know What Love Is" (solo piano) from the Benny Green Trio - Greens - (Blue Note)

"Opus de Funk" from Benny Green - Source (Jazz Legacy Productions)

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