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Bud Freeman - What is there to say (from Buck Clayton-Earl Hines All-Stars - Jazz from a Swinging Era/,Disc 1, Lone Hill Jazz)

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55 6 (21) Variations - Wayne Horvitz (from: The Snowghost Sessions)

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Billie Holiday- Stars fell on Alabama

Henry “Sweet” Edison, Ben Webster, Jimmie Rowles , Barney Kessel
 

Later version from 1957

 

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Just listened to this on Billie Holiday "Songs for Distingue Lovers" Verve/Classic Records cd.

OMG. I love Jimmy Rowles with Billie and what a band and what arrangements and what playing and singing. And this is one of the most wonderful sounding cds of fifties music I have.

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Dave Pike Set feat. Volker Kriegel - Big Schlepp

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Incredible concert. The Lost Quintet: Rotterdam November 9, 1969. Final show of the tour.

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Made the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end. 

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with Larry Willis, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette

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I've been playing the new Bruce Springsteen CD over and over this week.  This is really a masterpiece album for him.  It's hard to pick one favorite track as there is not a throw-away or weak song in the bunch, but if I had to choose one, this album concluding song simply wows me every time:

 

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I'm sorry to admit that I've been totally oblivious to the music of Joe Henry.  I've got the passion of a new convert.  His new album, "The Gospel According to Water" is revelatory.  I'm gobsmacked.  Just bought seats to see him in Chicago in February and I'm so excited I can't sit still!

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Leonard Cohen: First We Take Manhattan

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1 hour ago, jlhoots said:

Leonard Cohen: First We Take Manhattan

Great track from a memorable album....

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On 12/8/2019 at 4:22 AM, soulpope said:

 

Never heard this version, this is after James Carr's right?  Very fine rendition, thanks.

 

On 10/16/2019 at 10:41 AM, soulpope said:

This would be the best of most weeks...am I the only one who hears a lot of Arthur in whathisname, fat dude who plays alto now?

 

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8 hours ago, danasgoodstuff said:

Never heard this version, this is after James Carr's right?  Very fine rendition, thanks.

James Carr 1967 Quiet Elegance 1973 ....

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