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Best track you heard all week

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Randy Crawford - WIld is the Wind (from: Play Mode)

What a voice, what a song, what an arrangement - definitely belongs to my top five  vocal ballads ever!

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Apparently Randy Newman on piano.

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Here I am - Donald Byrd (from: Byrd in Hand)

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There's still a lot of music to listen to this weekend, but I'm really digging Hugh Masekela's take on Hancock's Cantelope Island, which is on Masekela's live album The Americanization of Oooga Booga.

 

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"Blue Monk" from 

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Freddie Hubbard - Mirrors (from: Breaking Point/BN)

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On 3/13/2020 at 9:00 PM, soulpope said:

 

I have a soft spot for this Benson version (from "Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon, Vol. 2"), showcasing pianist Mickey Tucker :

Sound is bad, but its fun anyway!

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Posted (edited)

Here's one to gently start off the day. 

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For those who like a good OST - from The Secret Life of Pets 2 - with a few jazzers on board...

 


PS If you think you hear a touch of the Maynard Ferguson’s in there, that would be Wayne Bergeron and Alex Iles - former Maynardites. Pete Erskine is the drummer. 

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Lizz Wright - Silence (is a Song) (from: "Salt"/Verve)

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Lee Morgan - Melancholee (from: Serach for the new land/BN)

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Helen Merrill magic guaranteed ....

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Something dumb and happy, just what I need today.

 

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Something weird and wonderful was going on in England in the early 1980s

 

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11 hours ago, Matthew said:

Something weird and wonderful was going on in England in the early 1980s

 

I was there. I had completely forgotten about the Jo Boxers, sparked briefly and dimmed quickly I seem to remember

 

This was what was really happening then and who the Jo Boxers were riding on the coat tails of

 

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Superb singer .... made my day ....

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